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Re: Ruffell/Hayden
« Reply #18 on: Wednesday 23 January 13 20:08 GMT (UK) »
Hi there,
The drummer referred to in the post was my grandfather. He died in 1941 and is buried in Birr Co. Offaly, Ireland. Fred, his brother was the son of John (same name as my grandfather) born 6 Dec 1846 in Plaistow Essex. John (Senior) died on Feb 1921 in Leytensone. He married Ann McEvoy about 1868 in Kilkenny Ireland.

Ann McEvoy was born about 1851 in Ireland. She died 1910 in Finchley, London.

John (Senior)'s father was Charles Haiden (spelling in 1851). Charles was born in 1816 in Essex. He died about 1860. He married Elizabeth Jales about 1840.
Elizabeth Jales was born in 1816 in Plaistow. Charles was a stoker ie stoked fuel into a furnace or boiler eg. on a ship. Hope this info helps. My name is Pat Hayden. Frederick was my grand uncle.

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Re: Ruffell/Hayden
« Reply #19 on: Friday 02 March 18 17:33 GMT (UK) »
Frederick William Hayden b 4.3.1876 d 18.4.1939
m 25.12.1907 Rose Jane Ruffell b 13.7.1889 d 22.10.1951

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Re: Ruffell/Hayden
« Reply #20 on: Monday 06 August 18 12:53 BST (UK) »
1881 census: RG11, 1709, 107, 31
7 Nut Tree Grove, Plaistow, West Ham

Hayden, John  Head  M  34  Stoker  b Plaistow
Hayden, Anne  WIfe  F  30  b Ireland
Hayden, Anne  Daughter  F  13  Scholar  b Ireland
Hayden, John  Son  M  10  Scholar  b Plaistow
Hayden, Charles  Son  M  8  Scholar  b Plaistow
Hayden, Frederick  Son  M  5  Scholar  b Plaistow   (so born c1876?! ;D)
Hayden, Louisa  Daughter  F  3  Scholar  b Plaistow
Hayden, Albert  Son  M  2  Scholar  b Plaistow
Hayden, Alfred  Son  M  3 months  b Plaistow


Hi, the Albert on here is my Great grand father. Think we nee to talk .........

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Re: Ruffell/Hayden
« Reply #21 on: Monday 06 August 18 13:07 BST (UK) »
Thank you both very much.

At least three of the brothers were ion Boar war.
The presumption of why the Leinster regiment......
Their mother Annie McEvoy was Irish.

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Re: Ruffell/Hayden
« Reply #22 on: Monday 06 August 18 15:55 BST (UK) »
Thank you both very much.

At least three of the brothers were ion Boar war.
The presumption of why the Leinster regiment......
Their mother Annie McEvoy was Irish.

Ummm . . . . that would be Boer War?! ;D
(Boer is Afrikaans/Dutch for farmer ;) )
Garrad (Suffolk, Essex, Somerset), Crocker (Somerset), Vanstone (Devon, Jersey), Sims (Wiltshire), Bridger (Kent)

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Re: Ruffell/Hayden
« Reply #23 on: Monday 06 August 18 16:28 BST (UK) »
Thank you both very much.

At least three of the brothers were ion Boar war.
The presumption of why the Leinster regiment......
Their mother Annie McEvoy was Irish.

Yes, spelling not my strong point.
My g grandfather Albert Hayden was in Boer War with Leinster Regiment

Ummm . . . . that would be Boer War?! ;D
(Boer is Afrikaans/Dutch for farmer ;) )