Ontario census 1921 online dating
In 1861 Alfred (an Accountant) and Mary's family includes Alfred R 14, Mary A E 12, Emily C 11, Fanny E 8, John E 9, Frederick 6 Amy Palmer 4, Helen P 18 months plus a servant.They are living at 7 Queens Road Villas, St Pancras. Their occupations are recorded as : Alfred - Managing Clerk to Wholesale Stationers, Mary A (E) - Teacher of Singing, Fanny E - Art Student, John E - Architect's Assistant. In 1881 Alfred, Mary Ann & Fanny are living at 7 Findon Road, London.She was known to us as Cousin Mary." "Aunt Goodall" was Edward's sister Ann.With the benefit of the information in Evelyn's journal I found the Pallot's Marriage record for Ann Goodall to John Holland in 1823 in St James, Clerkenwell.During the War of 1812, most of the inhabitants of Upper Canada (present day Ontario) fought on the British side in defence of the colony. The Executive Council conferred with the Judges and the Attorney General, and after anxious consideration and careful weighing of all the facts, it was determined that seven might be saved from death; these seven, the Hartwells, Cornelius Howey, Issac Pitt[sic - Petit], Jacob Overholzer, Garret Neill and John Johnson were respited till July 28, to enable proper enquiry to be made and proper terms fixed for commutation.
Ann was born in Leeds according to census records and on the baptismal record for Ann Goodall, daughter of Samuel, on 4 November 1792 at Beeston which is an area in the south of Leeds, West Yorkshire. England & Wales National Probate Calendar on ancestry. The value of Effects was 17,912 pounds 12s 6d and of Resworn 18,044 pounds 9s 8d 24. Birth record for Edith Chittenden Goodall for the March quarter 1863, Pancras District (volume 1b page 6) 25. Death record for Edith Chittenden Goodall for the September quarter 1865, Pancras District (volume 1b page 6) 26.
In 1881 he is single, age 27, occupation 'Artist Painting' and living at 26 Howland St St Pancras.
In 1891 Grace W Goodall, married, is living at the Sommerville Club at 231 Oxford Street where she is recorded as Manager.
Fanny Edith signed the census record on her mother's behalf. Surprisingly there were two additional children who were born after the 1861 census and passed away before the 1871 census. The actual date of death from the England & Wales, National Probate Calendar 1861-1941 on uk The probate record shows his residence as 2 Boscombe Road, Shepherd's Bush and probate was granted to (his son in law) Berry Francis Berry, wine merchant's clerk. uk Marriage record for Alfred William Goodall in the September quarter of 1847, Marylebone district, Volume 1 Page 260. A marriage record for a Mary Anne Palmer is given for the same quarter but on page 240. Alfred William and Mary Ann married in August of 1847 47. Death record for Alfred Richard Goodall for the December quarter 1865, Pancras District (volume 1b, page 130) in the sub - district of Kentish Town, County of Middlesex. The death registration was in the March quarter 1938, Hendon (volume 3a page 600).
The GRO certificate gives the actual date of death and the cause (phithsis of 4 months duration) 48. A record of a sea voyage for Fanny Edith Goodall, age 60, departing London on the P & O ship "Geelong" on 27 March 1913. Probate was granted on 27 October 1938 to Amy Palmer Berry of 154a Alexandra Road, St John's Wood NW8.
Also the 1841 England census has widowed Ann and Mary M Holland together. Found the website by a google search for 'Frances Smith Chittenden' .