Family History


Mary Ann was the sister of my great-great-grandmother Rebbeca Miram. I would love to kno more - or be corrected! martis1@hotmail.co.uk MARY ANN MIRAM Born: 17/2/1799 Wisborough Green Baptised: 23/2/1799 Wisborough Green Father James Miram Mother: Ann Williams Died: 1879 Woolwich district Married: 26/9/1821 St Mary, Stone, Kent Spouse: Charles Viner Baptised: 21/11/1790 St Margaret Darient, Kent Parents: Robert & Mary Viner Died: 1855 Dartford district Children: Ann Bates Viner born 1818 Bexley Eliza Viner born 1822 Bexley Sarah Viner born 1825 Bexley Jane Viner born 1827 Bexley Harriet Viner born 1830 Bexley Emma Maria Viner born 1832 Bexley Charles William Viner born 1836 Bexley Ellen Murrum Viner born 1839 Bexley 1815: 11/11/1815 Charles Viner married Mary Walter St Margaretís Rochester 1819: Mary Viner aged 32 buried St Peter & Paul, Shorne, Kent 1821: At marriage Mary Annís name recorded as Murrum 1841census: Post Master, BexleyHeath 1851census: Residing London Rd, Bexley. Charles licensed to let horses and carriages. Son Charles 15 his assistant 1861census: widow, 27 Lower Robert Street, Plumstead. Laundress, Henry Young lodger with her 1871 census: Residing 27 Lower Robert Street Plumstead on her own. Occupation: laundress Ann Bates Viner baptised 6/12/1818 Bexley died 1895 Woolwich district 1841 census: Residing with father. No occupation 1851 census: Residing 2 Brunswick Square, Camberwell. Occupation: cook 1861 census: visitor to Jane & Philip Cranefield, Hammersmith 1871 census: servant to Handy family, Camberwell Green 1881 census: unmarried shopkeeper 27 Roberts St, Plumstead. George Young annuitant living with her 1891census: residing same address, Washerwoman, George Young still lodger, also Robert & Mary Randford Eliza Viner baptised 25/8/1822 Bexley 1851 census: Residing with parents. No occupation Sarah Viner baptised 27/2/1825 Bexley died 1896 Woolwich district (as Sarah Ann) married 9/7/1843 Bexley Edward Kirby baptised 9/7/1821 Faversham Kent son of Edward & Sarah Kirby, died 1882 Woolwich district. Children: Alfred Kirby b 1844 East Wickham; Mary Ann Kirby b 1847 Bexley Heath; Arthur Kirby b 1850 Welling; Edward Kirby b 1855 Plumstead; Ellen Kirby b 1860 Plumstead, 1841 census: Residing Woodville Close, East Wivkham, Kent. Occupation;female servant 1851 census: Residing Reeves Row, Bexley. Occupation: carpenter 1871 census: Residing 7 Robert St, Plumstead. Occupation: carpenter. Son Alfred carpenter, Arthur a fitter and Edward Labourer, ironworks 1881 census: Residing 7 Robert St, Plumstead. Occupation: carpenter. Son Alfred, carpenter, and daughter Ellen no occupation with them 1891 census: Widow Sarah residing 7 Robert Road, Plumstead living on own means. A boarder with her Jane Viner baptised 15/7/1827 Bexley died 1884 Fulham district married 23/9/1849 St Botolph without Bishopgate Philip Cranefield baptised 16/12/1827 St Botolph without Bishopsgate son of Philip and Elizabeth Cranfield died 1895 Fulham district. Married witnessed by Charles and Ellen Myram Viner. Groom living 4 Bohemia Place Hackney, occupation gentleman. Charles Viner called a fly proprietor Children: Jane Sophia Cranefield b 1850 Hackney died 1905; Philip Cranefield b 1853 Holloway m 15/8/1881 St Mary Acton Emily Harriet Reed b 1856 Chancery Lane (Violet Cranefield b 1884 Acton; Philip Archibald Cranefield b 1888 Hammersmith; Reginald Thomas Cranefield b.1895 Clapham; Dorothy Emily Cranefield b 1896 Clapham . 1901: railway superintendent/ residence 65 Granville park, Lewisham, servant Christine McGregor. 1911 census: Residing 65 Granville Park Lewisham. Occupation: railway superintendent 1851 census: Residing 12 Orchard Cottages, Hackney. Occupation: conductor 1861 census: Residing 15 St Peterís Grove Hammersmith. Occupation: omnibus conductor 1871 census: Residing: 15 St Peterís Grove Hammersmoyh. Ocupation: omnibus conductor, son Peter a clerk 1881census: Occupation: cab driver, Hammersmith. Daughter Jane a machinist, son Philip a clerk 1891census: retired Hammersmith. Daughter Jane living with him Harriet Viner baptised 4/4/1830 Bexley 1841 census: Residing with parents Emma Maria Viner baptised 30/12/1832 Bexley died 1872 Woolwich district married 28/12/1854 St Saviour Southwark Charles Alfred Grove baptised 31/8/1832 St Giles Camberwell son of Charles and Sarah Margaret Grove. He died 7/4/1899 and was buried Bexleyheath Cemetery 12/4/1889 as Charles Alfred. At time of marriage she was living Southwark Square and he was living Tooley St and occupation hairdresser. One of the witnesses was Ellen Murrum Viner. Her father was given as Charles Viner postmaster. Children: Alfred Viner Grove b 1855 Bexley 1841 census: Residing with parents 1861 census: Residing North Side, Bexley Heath. Charlesís occupation hairdresser 1871 census: Residing Dover Rd, Bexley. Occupation: parish clerk and stationer. Son Alfred audit clerk London& Kent Railway Co 1881 census: Charles living with new wife Clara and children Nairn? Rd Bexleyheath. Occupation: stationer Charles William Viner baptised 17/4/1836 possibly died 1869 Woolwich district but birth date given as 1832 1851 census: Residing with parents. Occupation: assistant to father Ellen Murrum Viner baptised 8/9/1839 married 18/2/1865 St Maryís Hornsey Charles John Thomas, baptised 29/12/1842 son of Henry and Elizabeth Thomas. Henry a gentleman on both baptism and marriage records. At time of marriage Charles an ironmonger. Both living Brownswood? Park, Hornsey. Children: Henry Thomas b 1869 St Pancras 1849: Witnessed marriage of sister Jane and Philip Cranfield 1851 census: staying with sister Jane 1854: Witnessed marriage of sister Emma and Charles Grove 1871 census: Residing Warren Road, Reigate. Occupation: ironmonger, out of business So far I have been unable to trace the family after the 1871 census