Mary Ann Rothenburg was first cousin to my husban's great-grandmother. Mary Ann had a short life. There are still a few gaps with her children's lives. Can you help to fill them or correct any mistakes. Please contact me email@example.com Susan Martin
Mary Ann Rothenburg
Born: 1850 St George in the East, London
Father: Frederick Rothenburg
Mother: Emma Kennicott
Married: 18/11/1871 St Thomas Bethnal green
Spouse: William Sloane
Born: 2/7/1846 Bethnal Green
Baptised: 30/8/1846 St Philip, Bethnal Green
Parents: Hugh and Jane Sloane
Died: 1909 Bethnal Green district.
Children: William Sloane b 1871
Caroline Ann Sloane b 1873
Mary Ann Sloane b 1875
Elizabeth Sloane b and died 1878
1846: Baptism register. William baptised from 38 Bacon Street, Bethnal Green. Father a turner
1851 census: Mary Ann residing 7 Bowyers Building, St George in the East. Father a tobacco pipe maker
1861 census: Mary Ann residing with parents 6 Ann St, Bethnal Green. William residing with his parents 5 3 Coll? Corner, Hare Street, Bethnal Green
1871 census: Mary residing with parents 6 Ann Street, Bethnal Green. No occupation given (possibly pipe trimmer like her mother). William lodging 79 James Street. Occupation: turner
1871: At Marriage Mary Ann was living 6 Ann Street Bethnal Green and William at 79 James Street. Fathers given as Hugh Sloane wood turner and Frederick Rothenburg pipe maker. Williamís occupation wood turner. Mary Ann signed, William made his mark. Witnessed by Frederick Rothenburg (signed) and Jane Sloane (mark)
1881 census: William residing 22 Pundersons Gardens. Occupation: turner. Children living with him and Jane Sloane, lodger, 65 unemployed (his mother I presume)
1887: Widower William marries 30/7/1887 St James, Bethnal Green Sarah Carpenter aged 25 daughter of William Carpenter, last? Maker. William was residing 30 Pundersons Gardens and Sarah 25 St Peter Street. He signed this time. Witnessed by Arthur William ? and Elizabeth Carpenter
1891 census: Widow William residing 21 Turin Street, Bethnal Green witth second wife Sarah and lodger Emma Forsey 19 and her daughter Gertrude aged one. His age given as 41. Occupation: wood turner
1901 census: William and Sarah residing alone at 27 Turin Street, Bethnal Green. Occupation: wood turner, working on own account. Age given as 50.
1911 census: widow Sarah residing on her own 19 Turin Street. Occupation: daily domestic servant working on own account
Caroline Ann Sloane born 9/5/1873 died 1954 Islington district. married 25/12/1892 Shoreditch Richard Nettleton, born 16/8/1863 baptised 18/9/1863 St James Clerkenwell from 60 Exmouth Street, son of Richard and Ellen Nettleton. Richard a picture frame maker. Richard probably died 1914 Islington district. Caroline married 1924 Islington district William Sumpter born 19/8/1883.
Children: Richard William Nettleton born 27/9/1893 baptised 29/10/1893 St James the Great Bethnal Green. Fatherís occupation florist. Died 1896 Durham. William Henry Nettleton born 28/6/1895 baptised 14/7/1895 St Silas Pentonville Rd, Islington Father Richard a florist; Thomas Nettleton born 1896 Clerkenwell; Constance Nettleton born 1903 Clerkenwell; Lilian Nettleton born 1906 Clerkenwell. Census return shows she had 6 children, two deceased.
1891 census: Caroline possibly residing Hill Street Camberwell.Occupation: servant to Samrah Timbs widow. However aged given as 20 and place of birth Chelsea
1893: Baptism register. Residing 25 Turin St Bethnal Green
1895: Baptism register. Residing 6 Albert St, Islington
1901 census: Residing 86 Chapel St, Clerkenwell (as Robert and Clara). William and Thomas with them. Occupation: artificial florist
1911 census: Residing 16 Cloudsley Place. Islington (3 rooms). Occupation: artificial florist. Son William a printed reading boy (at printers) and son Thomas a vanguard clerk.
1939 register: Residing 107 Barnsbury St Islington. William a demolisher, George Surmen born 1916, kitchen hand, living with them
Mary Ann Sloane married 31/7/1898 Bethnal Green parish church Charles Isaac Clark born 1873 son of henry Clark
1898: At time of marriage Mary Ann was living 27 Turin St, Bethnal Green and Charles 8 Eyra Street. Fathers given as William Sloane wood turner and Henry Clark clicker. Witnessed by William Sloan and Lily Rattray
Children: Charles Henry Clark bapt 2/7/1899 St Mary Haggerston;Henry Clark b 1902 Hoxton; William Clark b 1903 Walthamstow; Winifred Clark b 1906 Haggeston
1899: Baptism register. Residing 84 Scarfell? Street Haggerston. Occupation: French polisher
1901 census: residing 2 Bacchus Walk, Hackney. Occupations: French polisher and button coverer. Her place of birth given as Hackney
1911 census: residing 33 Fanshaw St, Hoxton. Occupation: French polisher. Mary Annís place of birth is still given as Hackney
She married 1898 Charles Isaac Clark 1874-1937 born Hackney, children: Charles b