In 1901 he and Eliza were living at 3 Barcham Square, lowestoft 451. Charlotte b 1st qr 1877 Lowestoft Mutford 4a 837 m either Thomas Samuel vine 3rd qr 1897 Mutford 4a 1782 Note: Charlotte was a "nurse girl" in the 1891 census. Thomas was a fisherman in 1901 and they lived at 2 Bath Cottages, Whapload Rd Lowestoft 452. Emma b 2nd qr 1881 Lowestoft Mutford 4a 835 453. Sidney b 1885 Lowestoft 453a. Florence b 2nd qr 1886 Lowestoft Mutford 4a 961 D 1966 Norfolk and Norwich Hospital 454. Elizabeth b 1888 Lowestoft 455. Charles b 1890 Lowestoft 456.
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Catherine b 1st qr 1878 bap lowestoft Mutford 4a 765 443. Rosa may b bap lowestoft 344 Charlotte mewse b m Arthur dudman (b 18) massage 3rd qr 1872 Epsom. Note: In 1891 Charlotte was a widow and a needlewoman Child of Charlotte and unknown (Poss. Alice Atkin mewse bap lowestoft d 1869 Lowestoft bur ote: Age in burial record 1 yr Note in 1881 Arthur was a coachman, and the family were at Half moon Stables, half moon Lane, camberwell Children of Arthur and Charlotte 445. Arthur E b 1874 Dulwich 446. Charles H b 1877 Dulwich Note: In 1891 Charles was a florist's assistant 447. Frederick w b 1880 Dulwich Note Frederick was a sawyer in wood in 1901 living at 25 Whittington Rd Camberwell with his wife 448. Kate b 1883 Dulwich 345 Emma mewse b m William clarke (son of William clarke sen) Note: William was a bricklayer Children of William and Emma 449. Edith Margaret (Maggie) mewse b last qr 1872 Lowestoft - poss illeg dau of William clarke - shown in Census as daughter. William Thomas b 3rd qr 1876 Lowestoft m Eliza (b 1875 Halesworth) Note: William was seaman then mate on the "Daffodil" in 1902/3 having previously been on the "Sunshine". He was seaman on the "Peace" after serving on the "boy jack" in 1903 and became fisherman on the "General White" in 1904.
He was ordinary seaman on "James and Martha" in 1878 and mate on the "boy willie" in 1897. In 1901 he was a bricklayer ladging at The Alma, military Rd, colchester 435. Alice Albina b 1st qr 1864 Lowestoft Mutford 4a 735 Note: Alice was recorded in the 1901 census as an imbecile from childhood 436. Arthur b 2nd qr 1868 in Lowestoft Mutford 4a 7t 42 seago Street, lowestoft m Eliza sharpe 4th qr 1887 Mutford 4a 1785 Note: In 1901 Arthur was a carpenter living at 42 seago Street, lowestoft 437. Eva b 2nd qr 1869 Lowestoft, mutford 4a 716 d 1870 438. Eva emma b 1st qr 1871 bap in Lowestoft Mutford 4a 764 439. Margaret b 4th qr 1872 Lowestoft Mutford 4a 758 Bap lowestoft Note: Margaret was a dresmaker in 1901 440. Mary summary Ann b 1st qr 1875 Lowestoft Mutford 4a 766 441. Bessie jane b Oct 1876 bap lowestoft 442.
On, when living at book 23 Beresford road, lowestoft, samuel who was a trader at Lowestoft Fish Market petitioned for bankruptcy, his creditors receiving 7s 31/2d in the pound. He was discharged His public hearing was at the suffolk hotel, lowestoft.45. When Samuel and Jane died they were at Fishermen's Cottages, Whapload biography road Child of Samuel and naomi 432. Beatrice b 1872 Lowestoft 343 Maria mewse b m William goodwin, bricklayer, (bap bur lowestoft plot L/11/62) mutford 4a 903 Note: William was the son of Ambrose goodwin (bricklayer). Witnesses to the wedding were Ambrose goodwin and Mary wheler (sic). In 1901 the family was at 85 Wollaston road, lowestoft Child of Maria 433. William, poss son of William goodwin b, bap bur lowestoft 434. William b 1861 in Lowestoft Note: William was staying with his grandparents, william and Charlotte in 1861.
Witnesses to the wedding were Edward coleman and Eliza so living with the family in 1891 were mary a marjoram, a 23 year old netmaker a daughter to Elizabeth and her daughter-in-law Matilda marjoram aged. At that time Elizabeth was a net maker. After James died Elizabeth Ann married again to william green 1st qr 1884 Lowestoft Mutford 4a 1033 Child of James and Elizabeth 431. Mildred Susannah b 2nd qr 1879 Lowestoft Note: Mildred was described as lame in the 1891 census, and was living with her mother who was again a widow. Very sadly she was committed to an asylum and the Ipswich journal of reported that at the 34th annual meeting of the eastern counties Asylum for idiots and imbeciles 14 year old Mildred was amongst those elected for five years as "inmates of the institution". Naomi was living at 2 lakenham Cottages, beach St pakefield in 1891 with her brother Henry fisher and his wife sarah. In 1892 Samuel and naomi were divorced: the co-respondent was William cook.
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See details here 424. Eliza ann Alice b 4th qr 1873 Mutford 4a 710 bap Feb 1954 aged 79 bur plot L/R/376 m Walter William Harvey catchpole (b 3rd qr 1875 Alburgh, norfolk d 4th qr 1957 Lothingland 4b 972) 2nd qr 1900. Mutford 4a 1985 Note: In 1891 she was a brass maker. She registered and was present at her mothers death in 1919, at which time she lived at Loddon Rd Broome bungay. Walter made himself a car about 1900 which can be seen here and was a mechanical engineer. In 1901 they were staying with John and Elizabeth, but in 1911 they were at 69 Lorne park road, lowestoft. Walter was at that time a marine engineer making engines for drift net fishing vessels.
When Eliza died as a 79 year old widow, she was living at 7 reeve street, lowestoft. Alice maud Susan bap bur 426. John Samuel b Ilford, Essex 427. Samuel John b bap bur 428. Samuel Ernest b bap 429. Alice maud daisy b bap ll saints Church, lowestoft d bur t Margarets, lowestoft 430. Alice may bap 1887 bur ged essay 2 months 335 James mewse m Elizabeth Ann marjoram (widow b 1845) lowestoft Note: Elizabeth was the daughter of James Garwood jones, painter.
Crickmore branch) her grandmother and Susan's grandsons, william aged 5 and James aged. Also living at no 1 was James pye who is recorded as Susans grandson. Elizabeth nee crickmore died while living at Fishermens Hospital Cottages (6 almshouses for retired fishermen) Whapload Rd (between Rant's Score east and Wildes' St) of Cardiac failure and Bronchitis. John had died the year before at the same address. He is buried in plot L/K/36 in Lowestoft Cemetery Children of John and Francis 419.
John Samuel bap 1860 d 420. Frances (Fanny) bap 1863, a net repairer in 1881 m John James crickmore 4th qr 1881 St John's Church, lowestoft. Mutford 4a 1760 Witnesses were william Almond crickmore and James Robert crickmore ( see crickmore branch ) Note: At the time of his marriage john James was living at 52 Toning Street, lowestoft and Frances Mewse was at 7 St John's St Lowestoft Children. Samuel John bap 422. Elizabeth Mary Ann bap 423. Elizabeth Mary Ann b 4th qr 1870 Lowestoft Mutford 4a 692 bap m Frank james green to become my grandmother see green branch witnesses george taylor and Alice Elizabeth green note: In 1881 she was living next door at 1 Rants Score with her grandmother. Elizabeth Mary Ann was an assistant schoolteacher in 1891 at Hintlesham, suffolk, boarding with Tom and Annette atkin at Hadleigh road, hintlesham. She was a teacher at Kirkley infant School during its first year of operation in 1898, and was given a clock as a wedding present from staff and pupils, still in my posession, 112 years on when she left.
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The medal shown below was issued to john, along with the others of the rescuers, and is now in the maritime museum, lowestoft. The 'laetitia' was a guaranteed 42'6" x 11'8" Norfolk and Suffolk class lifeboat built in Sparham's Yard which was on station from 1850 to 1876. In 47 launches her crew rescued 271 people. She was broken up in 1876. This medal was presented to the museum by 421 Russell Mewse, great grandson of John shredder after being found in the effects of his deceased brother 419 ray alan Mewse. And here is a picture of the lifeboat Kentwell in 1910 of which John was cox from 1901 to 1911(He would be the man with his hand on the tIller.). And here is an account from the Ipswich journal of he was also involved in the abortive rescue of the crew of the "Defender" in 1902 - for a description click here, also in the 1881 census Elizabeth Mary Ann lived at 1 Rant Score.
1861, and the other was. The volante can be seen here with a list of the 1861 crew. In 1883 there was a great storm in which the volante lost her boat and sails - an account in verse may be seen here, at this time the volante was owned. W slack of Denmark road, lowestoft according to the 1883 cook's Directory of Lowestoft. Kelly's directory of 1900 shows John as second coxswain of the lifeboat. John, who had the nickname of "Crorney inherited by his son John Samuel, was coxswain of the lowestoft lifeboat from 1901 to 1911, but had been involved as a member of the lifeboat crew since the 1850's and had been second coxwain from 1896. In 1905 he took the lifeboat "Samuel Plimsoll" to the Thames, where she was used for motor trials by the rnli, and returned with the 46 foot "Kentwell" built at a cost of 2197 by Thames ironworks. See an account of all his launches here, in 1866 John helped in a courageous rescue of the crew of the austrian ship "Osip" for which he was later awarded a medal, along with the rest of the crew. For a description of the event, click here.
The 1881 census shows John and Elizabeth living at 2 Rant Score (see a picture here lowestoft: John, fisherman aged 44, Elizabeth aged 33, fanny 18, Eliza 7, john. In 1891 the family was essays in Anguish Street, lowestoft In Kelly's of 19irectory john was shown at 2 waveney terrace, whapload road In the 1901 census John is described as a "Shrimper". The 1911 census shows John as a fisherman living at 12 Whapload Rd, lowestoft. John was a member of the "Old Company" - a group (there were three at Lowestoft) which had been formed to salvage wrecked vessels. There was plenty of opportunity involved - on one day in 1882 (28 Oct) no fewer than 13 ships were lost between Lowestoft and covehithe, to three of which the two lowestoft Lifeboats of the day went to the rescue, and there can be little. Even in the mid 1800s when John was first a member, priority was given to saving lives over salvage, but when the alarm was raised there was a concerted rush by each company, since the first to get to the wreck got the salvage money. You can see some of the "Old Company" outside their "shod" here.
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B 1836 m 1, frances garner (b 1833 d 4th qr 1864) last qr 1859 Mutford 4a 1617. Frances was the daughter of, william James garner and, frances chatten - see chatten branch and was a braider in 1861. Elizabeth crickmore (b 1847 d ) t John's Church, lowestoft see. Crickmore branch, john and Elizabeth were my great grandparents. Note: Witnesses, william mewse and, elizabeth adams, the 1861 census shows John as master of the volant, at e 1871 census shows John and Elizabeth, my great grandparents, living "Next the gas house john is shown as a fisherman - he was Master of the. The london gazette records proceedings for bankruptcy for John starting on 2nd Feb 1880 and describes John as a boat owner. A second hearing is recorded in August word 1880, but the outcome is the time his address is given as pye's buildings Rant Score.