Author Topic: Willie Eade/Emma King marriage  (Read 1244 times)

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Re: Willie Eade/Emma King marriage
« Reply #72 on: Monday 06 May 19 17:06 BST (UK) »
I was wondering if you had looked at this family as a possibility these details I posted at reply 48 (April 19)

This is Only speculations if we say

first son William named after his father Willie
Second son George could be named after Emmaís father
First dau Bessie named after Willieís Mother Betsy
one of the sons has middle name Thomas after Willeís father

they donít appear to have  named a dau Emma

1911/1901 Emma Eade/King pob Marylebone bn1868/1865
1891 pob is dittoed as Paddington bn 1864

Could this be Emma on 1881

Emily G. Caplin   40
Laura Caplin   37
Emily Jessie   24
Emma KING   18 (1863) born Marylebone


1871 RG10; Piece: 152; Folio: 111; Page: 50
there is this entry but yob is earlier for both mother & daughter haven't yet investigated this family further

living Marylebone
George King   45
Emma King   39 (1832)
Matilda King   13
Ellen King           11
Emma King   9 (1862) bn London
Katey King   5
James King   3
Jane King   9 Months
Elizabeth Bowler   54


Matilda KING mn   HIBBETT
1857  D Quarter in MARYLEBONE  Volume 01A  Page 347   

Emma KING, mn   HIBBETT
1861  J Quarter in MARYLEBONE  Volume 01A  Page 415

edited 1881 c

RG11; Piece: 138; Folio: 5; Page: 3 - No Emma Snr. but notes George as married
12 Little Marylebone St
George King mar. 52 ladies shoemaker
Matilda King   23
Ellen King   21
Emma King   19 Marylebone Dom Serv. out of employ
Elizabeth King   15
Jane King   10

Again only speculation as there is no evidence to support this if
Emma King on 1911 census visitor is Emma Eade's mother and she was born illegitimately
maybe she had a different surname and when her mother Emma ? married ? King Emma Jnr. then became Emma King  ???

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