Family History


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JOHN HILL

Born: 1806 Harting

Father: William Hill

Mother: Sarah Shier (Shire)

Baptised: 28/9/1806 Harting

Buried: 1/6/1838 Harting (see Note 1)

Married: 3/6/1827 Harting

Spouse: Mary White

Baptised: 4/4/1802

Parents: George and Sarah White

Buried: 1/6/1838 Harting

Children: John Hill b 1828 Harting (baptised 21/4/1828 Harting)

Mary Hill b 1829 Harting (baptised 20/8/1829 Harting) twin (see Note 3)

William Hill b 1829 Harting (baptised 20/8/1829 Harting) twin

Sarah Hill b 1831 Harting (baptised 8/10/1831)

Note 1: He and Mary buried together as man and wife

Note 2: Marriage witnessed by William & Mary Hill. All made their marks.

Note 3: After their parentsí death the children were admitted to the workhouse, Easebourne

JOHN HILL

Born: 1828 Harting

Father: John Hill

Mother: Mary White

Baptised: 21/4/1828 Harting

Buried: 15/7/1829 Harting aged one year

MARY HILL

Born: 1829 Harting

Father: John Hill

Mother: Mary White

Baptised: 20/8/1829

Died: 1891 Reading

Married: 1855 Portsea district

Spouse: Richard Browning

Born: 1831 Ferry Somborne, Hants

Parents: John & Fanny Browning

Children: Alfred Browning b 1856 Portsmouth (see Note 5)

William Browning b 1859. Portsmouth

George Browning b 1861 Portsmouth (see note 1)

Richard Browning b 1863 Portsmouth (see Note 2)

Frederick Browning b 1869 Reading (see Note 3)

Albert Browning b 1873 Reading (see Note 4)

1841 census: Mary with William and Sarah in Midhurst Union Workhouse.

1851 census: kitchenmaid Up-Park

1861 census: Residing 28 Buckland St, Portsmouth. Richardís occupation: bone boiler. Brother Alfred Browning 18, labourer and Mary Churcher 15 boarder, labourers, with them

1881 census: Widow residing 25 Foundry St, Reading. Brothe-in-law Alfred, labourer, with them

1871 census: Residing Flint Court, St mary, Reading. Occupation: miller

1891 census: Widow residing 25 Foundry St, Reading.. Brother-in-law Alfred, labourer in biscuit factory with them

Note 1: George Browning married 1888 St Saviour district Eliza Alice Judd born 1867 Lambeth

Children: Mabel born 1888; Ada born 1892; Lily born 1894; George born 1896; Alice born 1897; Agnes born 1899.

1881 census: Residing Reading with mother. Occupation: labourer

1891 census: Residing 79 Sayer Street, Newington. Occupation: bricklayer

1901 census: Residing 128 Lion Street, Newington. Occupation: bricklayer

1911 census; No trace of George but Eliza is recorded as married and visiting with Agnes Richard Bonniwell compositor aged 48 from Wales at 54 Agnes Place, Lambeth

Note 2: Richard Browning. 1891 census: Residing with mother in Reading. Occupation: labourer in biscuit factory

Note 3: Frederick James Browning. Married 1891 Reading Elizabeth Cox born 1868 Reading.

Children: Elizabeth born 1891 Reading, Frederick born 1893 Reading, William born 1894 Reading, Kate born 1897 Caversham, Hilda Mary born 1902 caversham; Albert Edward born 1904 Caversham; Charles Victor born 1906 Caversham; Arthur born 1908 Caversham

1891 census: Residing with mother in Reading. Occupation: labourer in biscuit factory

1901 census: residing 17 briants Avenue Caversham. Occupation: biscuit maker

1911 census: Residing 17 Briants Avenue Caversham. Occupation: biscuit maker. Sons Frederick & William labourers in biscuit factory

Note 4: Albert Browning. 1891 census: Residing with mother. Occupation: labourer

Note 5: Alfred Browning. 1881 census; Residing with mother in Reading. Occupation: labourer (name as Brown on census)

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WILLIAM HILL

Born: 1829 Harting

Father: John Hill

Mother: Mary White

Baptised: 20/8/1829 Harting. (twin)

Died: 1884

Married: 1880

Spouse; Jessie Nairn Cormack b 1840 Newport, Scotland (see Note 1)[a William Cormack b Scotland died 1880 aged 69. In 1871 living with son John in Southampton, a shipswright]

1841 census: Midhurst workhouse

1851: census: Farm servant to James Allen, farmer, Hambleton

1861:census: labourer HM Dockyard, residing 6 Cleifeís Cottage, Kingston, Hants. Nephew James Hill b 1860 Brompton, Kent with him. Head of house Lucretia Hayward 41 housekeeper, seamanís wife. Also residing there Louisa Hayward 17 stay maker, Alice Hayward 9, Sarah Knight 6 months.

1871census: Still lodging with Lucretia Hayward seamanís wife. New Rd, Portsea. Also with them Sarah Hayward aged 10, Olive aged 7, James E Cleife, 21.

1881 census: 7 Central St, Portsea. With them James Cormack stepson aged 17 born Dundee, shoemaker and John Cormack stepson aged 6 born Dundee

Note 1: a William Cormack b Scotland died 1880 aged 69. In 1871 living with son John in Southampton, a shipsw

 

SARAH HILL

Born: 8/10/1831.

Father: John Hill

Mother: Mary White

1841 census: In Midhurst workhouse, Easebourne with William & Mary

1851 census: a servant living with aunt and uncle William and Ann Pay. William Pay had married in 30/12/1836 Ann White