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Re: Willliam Edward Hilliard
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 06 January 21 22:51 GMT (UK) »
There's a record of a newspaper marriage notice in 1854  for William Edward Hilliard, merchant of Oxford, son of William Edward gentleman, but I can't see him in 1851

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Re: Willliam Edward Hilliard
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 06 January 21 23:37 GMT (UK) »
There's a record of a newspaper marriage notice in 1854  for William Edward Hilliard, merchant of Oxford, son of William Edward gentleman, but I can't see him in 1851

"on the 1st inst at Culham , Oxon, by the Rev Robt. Walker, the Vicar, William Edward HILLIARD Esq of Sydney New South Wales to Ellen Ann, third daughter of the late Frederic Deacon, Esq of Quorndon, Leicestershire

Evening Mail August 4th 1854

I am sure the one who dies in Australia is this man. and not the one married to Susannah
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Re: Willliam Edward Hilliard
« Reply #11 on: Wednesday 06 January 21 23:43 GMT (UK) »
at the baptism of Thomas Holyoake HILLIARD at Lambeth, St John the Evangelist, William is a Druggist, address Cornwall Road.

There is a burial 27 May 1832 of a William HILLIARD of Union Street age 30 at St John, Hoxton, Hackney.
The only Union St I can see is in Lambeth not far from Cornwall Road
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Re: Willliam Edward Hilliard
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 07 January 21 08:38 GMT (UK) »
Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser 24 April 1826

BANKRUPTS to surrender in BASINGHALL STREET

William Edward Hilliard, late of Redditch, Worcestershire
chemist and druggist, April 29, May 9 at 11, June 3 at 10.
Attornies Messrs Jessopp and Jordan, Thavies Inn
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Re: Willliam Edward Hilliard
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 07 January 21 08:39 GMT (UK) »
Worcester Journal 3 May 1827

Littleworth, Near Redditch
in the county of Worcester.

Rreversion to Two Freehold Mortgages, with suitable
Out-buildings, and a Close of Pasture Land, about 5 acres

TO BE SOLD BY AUCITON,
BY MR JAMES WHITE,

At GARRAWAY’S COFFEE-HOUSE, Change-Alley,
Cornhill, LONDON, on Tuesday, the 8th of may, 1827.
at twelve o’clock, by order of the assignees of Mr WILLIAM
EDWARD HILLIARD, a Bankrupt:

The Reversionary interests of the Bankrupt
of one third part of two freehold messuages
or tenements, with Barns, Stables, and other
Out-buildings, with a Close of Pasture Land of about
5 Acres, situate at Littleworth, near Redditch,
in the County of Worcester, expectant upon the
determination of the Life of a Lady aged 56 years, either wholly
by the Wife of the Bankrupt survivng her Husband before the
reduction of the Reversion.
Full descriptive particulars may be had at the Offices
of Mr James White, Auctioneer, no 11, Threadneedle-street,
London, or Messrs Jessopp and Jordan, no 7 Lincoln;s
Inn-Fields and at Garraways
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Re: Willliam Edward Hilliard
« Reply #14 on: Thursday 07 January 21 08:42 GMT (UK) »
I don' t understand that last piece and the Lady of 56 but perhaps someone else does.

The timing of him being bankrupt and having to present in London 3 times, fits with Thomas's baptism doesn't it.

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Re: Willliam Edward Hilliard
« Reply #15 on: Thursday 07 January 21 08:55 GMT (UK) »
28 August 1834 by licence, at St Pancras

Susannah HILLIARD, widow married Edward GATTY a bachelor

I see Thomas Holyoake HILLIARD had a son  Edward Gatty Donald HILLIARD
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Re: Willliam Edward Hilliard
« Reply #16 on: Thursday 07 January 21 09:09 GMT (UK) »

Sheffield Independent 21 March 1876

Gatty - March 13, at 3 Ryder Terrace, Twickenham
Susanna, widow of Edward Gatty, Esq., late of the
Court of Exchequer, aged 70
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Re: Willliam Edward Hilliard
« Reply #17 on: Thursday 07 January 21 09:15 GMT (UK) »
1841 Census

No 2 Red Lion Square, Holborn

Edward Gatty esq 45 born in county  Atty (Attorney)
Susanna Gatty  30 not born in county
Edwd  Gatty 5  b in c
Thos. Hilliard 14  b in c    ;D ;D


quite a lot of hits with Gatty at 2 Red Lion Square in newspaper as he was a lawyer

Hopefully someone else can see Susanna up to 1876, because I cannot.
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