Family History


ELIZABETH WAS THE DAUGHTER OF MY ANCESTORS CHARLES BRIDGER. THIS PAGE IS NOT COMPLETE. IF YOU HAVE ANY ADDITIONS OR AMENDEMENTS PLEASE E-MAIL ME Martis1@hotmail.co.uk

 

ELIZABETH MARGARET BRIDGER

Born: 1856 Chichester

Father: Charles Bridger

Mother: Mary Ann Biles

Died: 1928 Chichester district

Married: 1876 Chichester

Spouse: Charles Seamark

Born: 1833-1839 Middlesex

Died: 1892 Chichester aged 52

Married: 23/4/1894 Chichester

Spouse; Charles (Charlie) Biles

Born: 1862 Chichester

Father: Richard Biles

Children: Elizabeth Margaret Seamark b 1875 Chichester (see Note 1)

Catherine Sarah Seamark b 1877 Chichester (see Note 2)

Richard Seamark b 1881 Chichester (see Note 3)

Gertrude Seamark b 1883 Chichester (see Note 4)

Charles Byles (W G Charlie) b 1894 Chichester

H George Byles b 1895 Chichester

( Edward) Henry Byles b 1897 Chichester

1871 census: Elizabeth residing School house in Churchyard. Occupation: domestic servant

1881 census: Residing Tower St, Chichester. Occupation: general labourer. Elizabeth a charwoman. Mother-in-law mary Ann Bridger, sister sarah Hudson and niece Minnie Hudson also living with family

1891 census: Residing Tower St, chichester. Occupation: army pensioner

1901 census: Residing 14 George St, Chichester. Occupation: sronw? Sawyer. Richard Seamark 4 wks step-grandson living with them

1911 census: Residing 14 George Street, Chichester. Occupation: general labourer.

Son Charlie a genral labourer, George an assistant in bookshop

Note 1: Elizabeth Margaret Seamark.

1891 census: residing with parents. Occupation : domestic servant

1901 census: servant in Clapham

She married 1903 Wandsworth district either Walter Oliver Bunce or Alfred Edward Lewis

Note 2: Catherine Sarah Seamark married 1900 Chichester district Frederick Turner born 1876 Chichester

Children: Gertrude May Turner born 1900 Chichester; Grace Hilda Turner born 1903 Chichester; Violet Catherine born 1905 Chichester; Ethel Louise Turner born 1907 Chichester.

1901 census: Residing 32 George Street Chichester. Occupation: bricklayer

1911 census: residing 32 George Street. Fred not with them

Note 3: Richard Seamark married 1908 Chichester district Louisa born 1889 Westbourne

Children: Richard Seamark born 1909 Westbourne

1901 census: Barman at Anchor Hotel, Market Square, Horsham

1911 census: Residing North Street, Westbourne. Occupation; carter

Note 4: (Clara) Gertrude Seamark married George Biles 7/6/1903. He was the brother of her step-father. Born 1870 Chichester

Children: Jane Elizabeth Byles born 1903 Chichester; Richard Byles born 1805 Chichester; Gertrude Mabel born 1906 Chichester; George Byles born 1909 Chichester; William Charles Byles born 1911 Chichester

Their son John Biles b 1912 married Ada Ewens. John had previously married Ella Longlands and had Robert Biles 1934-2000 and a surviving daughter.

1901 census: gertrude’s 4 week old son Richard Seamark living with her at her parents.

1911 census: Residing 39 Washington Street, Chichester. Occupation: labourer