Family History

Susannah was the sister of my ancestor Mary trimmer. Still a lot of gaps here - can you help? If so please contact me Susan on NASH SUSANNAH TRIMMER Father: Peter Trimmer Mother: (Mary) Ann Ayling Baptised: 12/1/1794 Buried; 12/1/1828 Harting from East Harting Married: 12/11/1817 Harting Spouse: Thomas Nash, widower Birth: 1779 Harting Buried: 15/7/1855 Harting from East Harting Children: Mary Nash b 1818 Harting Mercy (Martha) Nash b 1819 Harting Ann Nash b 1821 Harting John Nash b 1824 Harting Harriet Nash b 1826 Harting 1841 census: Thomas living East Harting with Harriet and Mary aged 23 and her children 1851 census: Living with daughter Elizabeth Green, East Harting Street. Occupation: agricultural labourer, pauper. : Thomas had previously married Harting 10/5/1798 Lucy Shier and had Rose Nash (baptised 20/10/1799 Harting), William Nash (baptised 29/9/1802 Buriton, Hants), Elisabeth Nash (Baptised 7/6/1805 Buriton). Elizabeth married Charles Green. MARY NASH Born: 1818 Harting Father: Thomas Nash Mother: Susannah Trimmer Baptised: 15/1/1818 Harting Married: 4/12/1844 Harting Spouse: William Watts Buried: 16/3/1871 Harting aged 85 from South Harting Born: 1785 Westbourne? Baptised: Possibly 1/3/1789 Westbourne Parents: Possibly George and Ann Watts Children: Mary Nash born 1838 Harting Thomas Nash born 1840 Harting Elijah Watts born 1845 Harting Andrew Watts born 1847 Harting Sarah Watts born 1849 Harting Alfred Watts bapt 21/5/1851 Harting Rhoda Watts bapt 15/2/1852 Harting Ellban Watts bapt 25/2/1855 Harting Ann Watts bapt 28/6/1857 Harting 1841 census: Residing with father in Harting, with children Mary and Thomas 1851 census: Residing Harting. Occupation: agricultural labourer 1861 census: Residing Harting. Occupation: innkeeper. Father Thomas an aricultural labourer with them 1871 census: Widow Mary residing alone in Harting. Occupation: charwoman Mary Nash baptised 22/1/1838 Harting 1851 census: Residing with mother and stepfather. No occupation Thomas Nash baptised 21/6/1840 Harting died 1922 Petersfield district married 26/12/1863 Sarah Ann Blackmore baptised 14/3/1847 daughter of Jane Blackmore singlewoman died 1918 Petersfield district Children: George Nash b 1864 Harting; Thomas Nash b 1865 Bedhampton; Frederick Nash b 1868 Harting; William Nash b 1870 Steep; Charles H Nash b 1872 Steep; Edith Nash b 1875 Buriton; Alice Nash b 1878 Langrish; Albert Nash b 1880 East Meon; Agnes Nash b 1881 East Meon; Rose Nash b 1884 East Meon 1881 census: Residing Lone Kiln Cottage, Langrish. Occupation: agricultural labourer 1891 census: Residing Langrish. Occupation: agricultural labourer. Son Thomas a cab driver, Charles a general labourer, Edith a servant 1901 census: Residing Stroud Cottage Langrish. Only Agnes, working as a servant with them. Visitors Frederick Ewens, blacksmith and his children Lily 9 and Mabel 8 from Harting. Daughter Rose a housemaid to Henry Crawter, High St, Petersfield. 1911 census: Residing Lilac Cottage, Stroud, Petersfield. Occupation: agricultural labourer. He and Sarah living on their own. 5 rooms. 9 children, 2 deceased Elijah Watts baptised 18 November 1845 Harting died 1920 Alverstoke district married 29/6/1868 Harting Mary Ann Martin baptised 7/3/1847 daughter of John and Harriet Martin. 1861 census: Residing with parents. Occupation: garden boy 1867: Hampshire Telegraph 16/2/1867 Elijah Watts a witness in a case of John Blackman and William Eade stealing a hare 1871 census: Lodging with Joseph Isac, Dragon St, Petersfield .Occupation: bricklayer Andrew Watts born 1847 Harting died 1918 Portsmouth married 1875 Petersfield Rhoda Jane Budd b 1850 Steep as Rhoda Jane Hearsey, baptised 13/3/1852 Petersfield daughter of Mary Ann Hearsey. Died 1924 Portsmouth. Children: Alice Maud Watts born 1876 Steep;Ethel Watts born 1890 Portsmouth 1881 census: Residing Dragon St, Petersfield. Occupation: bricklayer’s labourer 1891 census: Residing Traveller’s Joy, Portsmouth. occupation: barman and housemaid. Landlord John Budd was Rhoda’s half brother. Alice a needlewoman 1901cenus: Residing Black Lion Public House, Milton Toad, Portsmouth. Rhoda is publican and Andrew a farm labourer, Rhoda’s uncle Tom Budd rsiding with them and niee Maud Budd. 1911 census: Residing Museum gardens, Fratton, Hants. Rhoda a publican, Andrew no occupation. Daughter Ethel a barmaid MERCY (MARTHA) NASH Born: 1819 Harting Father: Thomas Nash Mother: Susannah Trimmer Buried: 29/4/1874 from South Gardens, South Harting Baptised: 13/1/1820 Harting Married: 4/10/1839 Harting Spouse: James Chitty Blackmore Baptised: Possibly 3/12/1813 Harting from East Harting, baseborn Parents: Mary Blackbore Children: George Blackmore bapt 18/10/1840 Harting Martha Jane Blackmore b 1847 Harting 1839: On marriage certificate name given as Martha 1840: Baptism register. Residing East Harting. Occupation: labourer 1841census: Residing Harting with George ^ and Ann Bolton 6 months. James not with them 1851 census: In workhouse Easebourne as a widow ANN NASH Born: 1821 Harting Father: Thomas Nash Mother: Susannah Trimmer Baptised: 10/12/1821 Harting Children: Ann Nash bapt 6/11/1842 bur 11/1/1843 From Easebourne workhouse, aged 3 months JOHN NASH Born: 1824 Harting Father: Thomas Nash Mother: Susannah Trimmer Died: 1890 Midhurst district Baptised: 14/3/1824 Harting Married: 6/2/1856 Harting Spouse: Ann New born Todman Baptised: 28/4/18308 Harting from East Harting Parents: Luke & Elizabeth Todman Died: 1903 Harting Children: Mary Ann Nash b 1861 Harting Alice Nash b 1865 Harting Reuben Nash b 1868 Mossley, Surrey James Nash b 1870 Elsted Leonard E Nash b 1873 Elsted 1848: 21/10/1848 Ann Todman married James New 1851 census: Ann New living with husband James, agricultural labourer, born Petersfield, and shepherd, and daughter Ellen 2 in East Harting 1854: 4/1/1854 James New husband of Ann buried from East harting aged 29 1861 census: Residing Harting. Occupation: carter. Joseph New b 1833 boarding with them 1871 census: Residing Street, Elsted. Occupation: carter 1881 census: Residing Street, East Harting. Occupation: agricultural labourer. John’s place of birth given as Chalton, Surrey. Alice a domestic servant, Reuben and James agricultural labourers 1891 census: Widow Ann residing East Harting, receiving parish relief. Sons Reuben and Leonard, agricultural labourers with her 1901 census: Widow Ann residing Shepherd ? cottages, East Harting. An invalid. Widowed daughter Alice King with her HARRIET NASH Born: 1826 Harting Father: Thomas Nash Mother: Susannah Trimmer Baptised: 8/10/1826 Harting Children: Harriet Sophia Matilda Nash bapt 26/6/1846 Harting. She could possibly have died 1855 Peterfield district