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Trying to connect Revd. Charles William Vick to William Vick
« on: Monday 15 July 13 12:10 BST (UK) »
I am trying to connect Charles William Vick (b. abt 1860 in Staveley, Derby) as a son of William Vick (b. abt 1833 in Ebley, Gloucestershire – d.15 April 1911 in Raynes Park, Surrey).

William Vick married a Mary Ann ??? (b. abt 1836 in Marylebone, Middlesex) and was a photographer with premises at the junction of Clarkson Street and London Road, Ipswich, Suffolk from 1868 until at least 1891.
I have found 3 children - Henry William Vick (abt 1867 in Cainscross, Gloucestershire), Eleanor Mary Vick (abt 1871 in Ipswich, Suffolk) and Anne Maud Vick (abt 1874 in Ipswich, Suffolk)
According to his will (1911) he was a widower and lived at 50 Fordwych Road, Cricklewood, Middlesex and died at St Johns Lodge, Nursing Home Grand Drive, Raynes Park.

Cannot find his or her parents or when they married.

Charles William Vick is shown at 50 Fordwych Road, Cricklewood, Middlesex in 1911, with his wife and children. He was a Baptist Minister at Brondesbury Baptist Church, Kilburn High Road. He married ? Agnes Mabel ??? and they had 5 children:
Charles Julian Vick   abt 1885 in Leicester, Leicester - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Mabel Joyce Vick   abt 1886 in Loughborough, Leicestershire
Gladys Mary Vick   1887 in Loughborough, Leicestershire - 1968 in Barrie, Ontario
Kenneth Jesson Vick   1890 in Loughborough, Leicestershire – 5 July 1917 in England
Donald William Vick   abt 1896 in Willesden, Middlesex
(There is a previous enquiry under ‘Help! Where did this memorial come from?’ regarding his son - Kenneth Jesson Vick).

There is mentioned of a Revd Charles Vick, at Winchmore Hill Baptist Church who resigned in 1929 ?, but I cannot find when or where he died.

Any assistance or leads very welcome.
 :)Bobfilm
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Re: Trying to connect Revd. Charles William Vick to William Vick
« Reply #1 on: Monday 15 July 13 12:22 BST (UK) »
Have you got a copy of his will or have you just seen the probate records? The will might mention Charles William as a son. If he names  other children, but not Charles that would make me think he either wasn't his son, or there was a reason why he wasn't named.
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Re: Trying to connect Revd. Charles William Vick to William Vick
« Reply #2 on: Monday 15 July 13 12:25 BST (UK) »
Marriage for Charles William Vick September quarter 1883 - one of possible spouses is Agnes Mabel David vol 6a page 543.
GOATER, LAN, ALL
BOURKE, MAYO/ LAN
LONERGAN, TIP
McGREAL, MAYO
FLAHERTY, GALWAY/ ALL
HOUGH, LAN/ ALL

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Re: Trying to connect Revd. Charles William Vick to William Vick
« Reply #3 on: Monday 15 July 13 12:28 BST (UK) »
The Chelmsford Chronicle has a death notice for Rev Charles W Vick. He died at Benfleet on 21/07/1931 aged 72  :)
GOATER, LAN, ALL
BOURKE, MAYO/ LAN
LONERGAN, TIP
McGREAL, MAYO
FLAHERTY, GALWAY/ ALL
HOUGH, LAN/ ALL


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Re: Trying to connect Revd. Charles William Vick to William Vick
« Reply #4 on: Monday 15 July 13 12:30 BST (UK) »
Do not have will only probate record.
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Re: Trying to connect Revd. Charles William Vick to William Vick
« Reply #5 on: Monday 15 July 13 12:31 BST (UK) »
The 1861 census has this family Piece: 1771 Folio: 47 Page: 16

5, Cainscross Savings Bank, Cainscross, Stonehouse


William Vick   Head   Married   M   27    National Schoolmaster    Randwick, Gloucestershire   
Joyce    Vick Wife   Married   F   28    National Schoolmaster's Wife   Moreton in Marsh,
Charles W   Vick Son      M   1                                    Staveley, Derbyshire   
Margaret Baghi Daughter   Unmarried   F   14    General Servant   Stroud, Gloucestershire

Doesn't look as if he is connected to the William who was a photographer unless William changed careers and remarried.
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Re: Trying to connect Revd. Charles William Vick to William Vick
« Reply #6 on: Monday 15 July 13 12:33 BST (UK) »
Beat me to it Groom  ;D
GOATER, LAN, ALL
BOURKE, MAYO/ LAN
LONERGAN, TIP
McGREAL, MAYO
FLAHERTY, GALWAY/ ALL
HOUGH, LAN/ ALL

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Re: Trying to connect Revd. Charles William Vick to William Vick
« Reply #7 on: Monday 15 July 13 12:46 BST (UK) »
Unless he changes occupation from schoolteacher to photographer  ???

There's a death in 1865 for Joyce Vick in Stroud and a possible re-marriage in Marylebone (POB of Mary Ann) also in 1865 - candidates Mary Ann Agar/ Lewis.

Henry W's POB is also Cainscross which ties in with the 1861 ?????
GOATER, LAN, ALL
BOURKE, MAYO/ LAN
LONERGAN, TIP
McGREAL, MAYO
FLAHERTY, GALWAY/ ALL
HOUGH, LAN/ ALL

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Re: Trying to connect Revd. Charles William Vick to William Vick
« Reply #8 on: Monday 15 July 13 12:58 BST (UK) »
William Vick is supposed to have bought the photographic business and opened on 19 Dec 1868 at London Road, Ipswich.
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