Family History


I would love to hear from you about this family - the brother of my gt-gt-grandmother. Susan Martin martis1@hotmail.co.uk CHARLES SAXBY Born: 1817 Oving Father: Thomas Saxby Mother: Ann Ellis Baptised; 20/7/1817 Oving Buried: 3/9/1881 Madehurst Married: Spouse: Mary Ann Stubbington Born: 1823 Died: 18/1/1892 59 Radnor St, New Swindon Buried: Madehurst, Sussex Children: Sarah Saxby b 1853 Trinity, Jersey Mary Ann Saxby b 1854 Lawrence, Jersey Louisa Saxby b 1856 Lawrence, Jersey Elizabeth Jane Saxby b 1860 St Helier Jersey Charles Thomas Saxby b 1862 St Saviours Jersey Edward William Saxby b. 10/8/1863 St Saviours Jersey 1851 census: Residing Trinity, Jersey. Occupation: head gardener and steward Trinity Manor 1861 census: Residing St Saviour Rd, St Helier, Jersey. Occupation: gardener 1871 census: Residing Belivant Road, St Helier. Occupation: gardener 1881 census: Residing 32 Belivent Rd St Helier. Occupation: gardener. They had a servant 1881: Madehurst Church-yard ‘In loving memory of Charles Saxby who fell asleep Sept 2nd 1881: aged 63 years “I am the resurrection, and the life/he that believeth in me though he were dead, yet shall he live”/ Also of MARY ANN SAXBY/ wife of the above/who fell asleep Jan 18th 1892 / aged 69 1891 census: Widow Mary Ann living with daughter Mary Ann as housekeeper 1892: Mary Ann left £365 16s 7d. Administration to son Charles Saxby, clerk in Great Western Railway Company, New Swindon Sarah Saxby Born: 1853 Trinity, Jersey Father: Charles Saxby Mother: Mary Ann Stubbington Died: 1919 Reading Married: 1878 Highworth District Spouse: Valentine Morris Born: 1855 Swindon Died: 22/2/1919 Tudor Villa, 83 Baker Street, Reading 1881 census: Residing 8 Clifton Street Swindon. Occupation: engine fitter and turner 1891 census: Residing Church Lane, Gorton, Lancs. Occupation: locomotive engineering foreman 1901 census: Residing Church Lane, Gorton Lancs. Occupation: locomotive engineering foreman. Nephew Frederick Valentine Manquais with them, engineering apprentice 1911 census: Residing 83 Baker St, Reading. Occupation retired locomotive engineering foreman 1919: Left estate of £9278 0s 10d. Probate to Samuel percy Morris and Frank Alfred Morris, newspaper proprietors Mary Ann Saxby Born: 20/10/ 1854 Lawrence, Jersey Father: Charles Saxby Mother: Mary Ann Stubbington Died: 29/4/ 1942 Swindon Married: Spouse: Joseph Le Manquais Born: 1841 Died: 24/1/1882 buried St Helier Children: Joseph Charles Ross Le Manquais born 20/11/1879 St Helier; Frederick Valentine Le Manquais born 1881 St Helier 1881 census: Residing 62 Don Street, St Helier. Formerly certified schoolmistress 1891 census. Widow residing Radnor St, Swindon. Certified schoolteacher. With her widowed mother, housekeeper, brother Charles. 1911 census: Residing 101 Clifton St, Swindon. Occupation: headmistress board school. With her son Joseph, science teacher, secondary school. 1939 Register: Residing 101 Clifron Street, Swindon. Occupation: retired headmistress. Living with son Joseph retired science and maths master 1942: At time of death living 101 Clifton St, Swindon leaving estate of £1576 2s 1d, administration to son Joseph Charles Ross Le Manquais, retired schoolmaster Joseph Charles Ross Le Manquais died 21/11/1944 The Laurels 101 Clifton Street Swindon. Left estate of £2895 10s 5d probate to Frederick Charles Le Manquais, engineer Frederick Valentine Le Manquais died 13/4/1962 Victoria Hospital Swindon from 214 Drake Road Swindon. Estate of £2975 17s 2d, administration to Frederick Charles le Manquais. Married 1909 Swindon Agnes Fulton born 1885 died 20/10/1980 6 Compton Gardens Kinver, Son Frederick Charles born 17/3/1910 died 1968 Hatfield district married 1939 Surrey mid-eastern district Violet N Bayles born 12/3/1908 died 1988 Hatfield district. 1939 register residing 44 Handside Lane Welwyn Garden City, Occupation: physicist radio research. Daughter Margaret Le Manquais born 1916 Croydon. 1939 register she was a probationer nurse Kingston-upon-Thames General Hospital Louisa Saxby Born: 19/7/ 1856 Lawrence, Jersey Father: Charles Saxby Mother:;;;;;Mary Ann Stubbington Died: 12/11/1940 37 West Street, Marlow. 1881 census: residing Dymock Village (boarder). Occupation: schoolmistress (national) 1891 census: Residing National school house, Gravel Hill, Henley. Occupation: pupil teacher 1901 census: Residing national school house, Gravel Hill, Henley. Occupation: Joint head 1911 census: Visiting nephew Frederick Val Le Manquais and his wife Agnes. His job a railway engineering demonstrator, Imperial College. She a county council headmistress 1939 Register: Residing 37 West Street Marlow. Occupation: retired teacher. With her brother Edward, his wife Louisa and her sister Elizabeth Saxby 1940: Left estate of £3280 19s 2d. Administration to Lloyds Bank. Elizabeth Jane Saxby Born: 9/4/1860 St Helier, Jersey Father: Charles Saxby Mother: Mary Ann Stubbingtom Died: 24/10/1939 Marlow 1881 census: Residing Training College, The Close, Salisbury 1891 census: Residing High St, Castle Carey, Somerset (boarder). Occupation: board schoolmistress 1901 census: Residing as a boarder High St, Castle Carey. Occupation: board schoolmistress 1911 census: Visiting nephew Frederick Val Le Manquais and his wife Agnes. His job a railway engineering demonstrator, Imperial College. She a county council headmistress 1939 register: Residing 37 West Street with sister Louisa. Occupation: retired teacher 1939: Died from Clyde Villa, 8 Shelburne Rd, Calne, Wilts at 37 West St, Marlow. Adminstration to Joseph Charles Ross le Manquais retired schoolmaster and Frederick Valentine Le Manquais, retired schoolmaster. Estate £2378 2s Charles Thomas Saxby Born: 1862 St Saviours, Jersey Father: Charles Saxby Mother: Mary Ann Stubbington Died: 6/2/1947 Field View, 214 Drove Rd, Swindon. Estate of £3051 3s 2d administration to Edward Williams Saxby retired watchmaker 1881 census: Residing 7 Clifton St, Swindon. (Lodger) Occupation: Railway clerk 1891 census: Residing Radnor St, Swindon with mother. Occupation: railway clerk 1901 census: Residing 14 Newhall St, Swindon (lodger). Occupation: railway clerk 1947: Estate of £3051 3s 2d administration to Edward Williams Saxby retired watchmaker Edward William Saxby Born: 10/8/1863 St Saviours Jersey Father: Charles Saxby Mother: Mary Ann Stubbington Died: 23/10/1948 Swindon Buried: 23/10/1948 at Christ Church Swindon (MI recorded). Married: 1890 New Forest district Spouse: Louisa Elizabeth Blanchard Born: 21/12/1863 Dibden/Hythe, Hants, Buried: 21/2/1957. Children: Alfred Charles born and died 1891. 1891 census: Residing 126 St Mary Rd, Southampton. Son was 9 days old. Occupation: stock taker. 1901 census: Residing West Street, Marlow. Occupation: shopkeeper 1911 census: Residing West Street, Marlow. Occupation jobbing watchmaker, self-employed 1939 register: Residing 37 West Street Marlow with sister Louisa. Occupation: master watch and clock maker 1948: Left estate of £2147 13s 10d. Probate 1950, administration to widow and Edward Blanchard progress chaser Note 5: Madehurst Church-yard ‘In loving memory of Charles Saxby who fell asleep Sept 2nd 1881: aged 63 years “I am the resurrection, and the life/he that believeth in me though he were dead, yet shall he live”/ Also of MARY ANN SAXBY/ wife of the above/who fell asleep Jan 18th 1897 / aged 69