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Post by Karen on Wed 26 Jan 2011 - 9:59

The names of the jurors that sat at the inquest of Mary Jane Kelly are the following:

G. Giesel - freemason
Joseph Gobley - publican of The Green Man Tavern
John Lloyd - honorary secretary of the National Providence League
William Worf - Norfolk farmer
George Buffery - collector (taxes?)
Samuel Jenkins
Joseph Roberts
Edwin Stevens - jeweller, committed suicide in 1908; aged 66
Abraham Clements - landlord of the Baron's Arms, freemason
Lewis F. Hunter - ironworker
John Harvey - Royal huntsman
Richard Nettlefield - cheesemongery business owner (Richard Nettlefields Limited)
George Harry Wilson
Henry Dawkes - Queen's-tax collector, died from illness in 1889; aged 58, freemason

Of these jurors, I was only able to find information on the following:

JOSEPH GOBLEY

LAMENTABLE DEATH FROM DESTITUTION.
ANOTHER ALLEGATION OF WORKHOUSE INHUMANITY.

Another melancholy case of death from destitution, involving a charge of inhumanity against workhouse officials, was investigated at a late hour last night by Mr. H. Raffles Walthew, the deputy-coroner for East Middlesex, at an inquiry held at the Marquis Cornwallis Tavern, Curtain-road, Shoreditch, upon the body of Elizabeth Wilmot, otherwise Lloyd, aged forty-nine.
Thomas Wilmot, 61, Charlotte-street, Old-street-road, said the deceased had been in ill-health for the last five months, and they had fallen into extreme poverty. Finding that with his utmost efforts he could not obtain for her proper food he sent her about six weeks ago to Mr. Rogers, the relieving-officer of St. Leonard's Union, for relief. Mr. Rogers called in three days' time, and although he saw the condition in which they were, he refused to give anything, and said "he could do nothing for them." She subsequently obtained a certificate from three respectable tradesmen, testifying to her good character and to the urgency of the case, but Mr. Rogers refused to submit it to the board of guardians, and handed it back. On Wednesday night he was awoke by her moaning, and he got her some water, but she died in his arms. If the workhouse officer had given the slightest assistance she would have been alive now. When he found her to be dead he took her from the mattress on which they were lying on the floor, and placed her in another corner of the room, and went back then to the mattress himself. No one heard of her being dead until the landlord came in and found the body. After the relieving officer said that he could do nothing for them he thought it would be no use to trouble the neighbours about her being dead, they being all no better off than himself.
Mr. Joseph Gobley said that on Saturday last he saw the landlord of the last witness enter the house, and finding a dreadful stench, he exclaimed, "Good God! what is the matter?" Wilmot replied, "It is only my old woman that is dead." The corpse was huddled in a corner, merely covered with an apron.
Mr. Waller, the coroner's officer, said that he found the place in a state of the most abject and squalid poverty. There was hardly an article in the house besides a couple of broken chairs and something shaken down in the corner as a bed. From inquiries he found that Wilmot was a shoemaker, and was very hardworking when he could get employment.
Dr. Burchell said that the body of the deceased was much emaciated. Death resulted from exhaustion, consequent on disease and want of proper nourishment.
The Coroner said that cases of this afflicting character were becoming painfully numerous. He should adjourn the court for the production of the relieving officer in question, and also for the purpose of hearing from the board of guardians a statement as to what standing instructions they had in force with reference to such cases.
The court was accordingly adjourned.

Source: The Evening Star, Tuesday September 9, 1862, Page 3

It would appear that Joseph Gobley was also publican of the Green Man Tavern in Shoreditch:

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Source: Commercial Gazette, March 27, 1889, Page 12


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John Harvey

Post by Karen on Wed 26 Jan 2011 - 10:01

JOHN HARVEY

Another juror at the Kelly inquest was Mr. John Harvey, who just may be this gentleman, the new Royal huntsman, who would have been familiar with Prince Albert Victor's deer-hunting and dressing procedures. Also, please note the interesting date of the following article - as it is November 10, 1888.

SPORT.
CATCHING DEER IN WINDSOR PARK.

Hie we now to her Majesty's beautiful park at Windsor. Here we have Sketches by another Artist of catching deer in Windsor Park for the Queen's Buckhounds, which have this autumn commenced hunting under the new Royal huntsman, Mr. John Harvey. The Great Western Railway on Tuesday ran a special train down to Slough for the opening meet at Salt Hill. The Earl of Coventry and the Comte de Paris were present.

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Source: The Penny Illustrated Paper and Illustrated Times, Saturday, November 10, 1888; Page 298; Issue 1432


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EdwinEdward Stevens

Post by Karen on Wed 26 Jan 2011 - 10:02

EDWIN STEVENS

SHOREDITCH JEWELLER'S SUICIDE.
MR. E. STEVENS' TRAGIC DEATH.

Mr. Edwin Stevens, who for some 36 years had carried on business as a jeweller in Shoreditch High-street, left his shop opposite the Church on Tuesday afternoon about two o'clock. There was nothing suspicious about his departure, and the assistants merely thought he was going out on business in the usual way or to his home at Graham-road, Dalston.
Later in the day came the sad news that the body of Mr. Stevens had been recovered from the Thames at Richmond, having been first seen by a Regent-street tailor out for a row. When found the body had apparently only been in the water about ten minutes, and an attempt was made to restore animation, but it was too late.

NOTHING BUT TRIFLING WORRIES.

Subsequently the manager, Mr. Carmichael, discovered a slip of paper on which the deceased had written, "Can't stand the worry. Goodbye." This statement has given rise to the rumour that things were in a very bad way, but Mr. Carmichael assured our representative that such was not the case. There were only a few trifling worries inseparable from modern business life, which could have been overcome with a little patience, and the old gentleman might have finished his life quite happily.
The body was identified by a sister of the deceased and by Mr. Allwright, who had been with him in the business for some years, and the inquest takes place at Richmond at 5:45 p.m. this (Friday) evening.
The deceased tradesman was of a very genial disposition, but of late years had been occasionally depressed by business matters. He was 66 years of age, and although he never interested himself actively in local affairs, his neighbours and fellow tradesmen held him in great respect. He left no family, and his wife died about eight years ago.

Source: The Shoreditch Observer, Hackney Express, Bethnal Green Chronicle, and Finsbury Gazette, September 26, 1908, Page 6

OFFICIAL.

EDWIN STEVENS, deceased.

PURSUANT to the Statute 22 and 23 Vic. c. 35 Notice is hereby given that all Creditors and other persons having any debts or claims against the estate of Edward Stevens late of 125 High-street Shoreditch in the County of London Jeweller who died at Richmond Surrey on the 22nd day of September 1908 and Probate of whose Will was on the 5th day of October 1908 granted out of the Principal Probate Registry to Albert Stevens of 52 Grovedale-road Upper Holloway in the County of London the sole Executor named in the said Will, are hereby required to send in writing particulars of their claims or demands to the undersigned the Solicitors for the said Executor before the 30th day of November 1908 after which date the said Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased amongst the persons entitled there to having regard only to the claims of which he shall then have had notice. And that he will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased or any part thereof so distributed to any person or persons of whose claims he shall not have notice at the time of the distribution.
Dated this 24th day of October 1908.

HILLEARY'S,
5, Fenchurch-buildings,
London, E.C.

Source: The Shoreditch Observer, Hackney Express, Bethnal Green Chronicle, and Finsbury Gazette, October 31, 1908, Page 4


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G. Giesel

Post by Karen on Wed 26 Jan 2011 - 10:33

G. GIESEL

Here is Mr. Giesel, who was initiated into the "mysteries" of Freemasonry in 1886. Please notice another familiar name; that of A.A. Clement. Is this the juror Abraham Clement, by chance?

MASONIC. - The usual monthly meeting of the Saint Leonard Lodge, No. 1766, was held at the Town Hall, Shoreditch, on Wednesday last, under the presidency of Bro. E. Walker, W.M., assisted by Bros. J. Funston, I.P.M., C.F. Barham, P.M., E. Benjamin, P.M. J.A. Jones, P.M., A.A. Clement, P.M., F. Matthews, S.W., R. Drysdale, J.W., Rev. H.G. Henderson, Chaplain, J. Cox, Secretary, H.J. Thrower, S.D., L.A. Harrison, J.D., W. Beasley, I.G., T. Douglass and J.W. Griffiths, Stewards; J. Very Tyler. There were also present Bros. H. Waynforth, S. Fennell, F. Meriton, J. Tidball, W.H. Jones, R.H. Drysdale, W. Strickland, Jas. Roberts, W. Edwards, J. Austin, R.S. Mendey, W. Jones, H.J. Scott, E.J. Rose, and A.C. Critchfield. The business included the passing of Bros. W.H. Mills and S. Batcheler, together with Bros. J.J. Giesel and A. Hoffmann, of the Abbey Lodge, No. 2030, accompanied by Bro. W.H. Baker, W.M. 2030. Mr. S. Bertin, of Gore-road, Victoria Park was balloted for, and duly initiated into the mysteries and privileges of the Order. Bro. W.H. Brand, P.M., was unanimously elected Treasurer of the Lodge, and at the close the brethren adjourned for refreshment.

Source: The Hackney Express and Shoreditch Observer, February 6, 1886, Page 2


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Abraham Clement(s)

Post by Karen on Wed 26 Jan 2011 - 10:40

ABRAHAM CLEMENTS

CHARGES OF BURGLARY.

At Clerkenwell yesterday, Thomas King, 20, Edward Randall, 20, and William Jackson, 18, all of Windmill-street, Deptford, were charged, on remand, with loitering with housebreaking implements in their possession in Roseman-street, Clerkenwell, on the 29th ultimo. The prisoners, who were apprehended by Police-sergeant Daybell, had in their possession a screwdriver, a box of matches, a latch-key, a chisel, and a jemmy. The prisoners were now further charged with having on the 17th of May burglariously broken into the office at No. 1 Wharf, Great Northern Goods Station, St. Pancras, and with having stolen therefrom a coat, a rule, and other articles, the property of John Rogers, assistant-manager to the goods station. Still further charges were preferred against them of having broken into the Baron's Arms, Oldfield-road, Deptford, and with having stolen therefrom 120 cigars, nine penny stamps, and other articles, the property of Mr. Abraham Clements; and with having broken into the White Swan, Greenwich-road, and with having stolen therefrom 150 cigars, 5 pounds in gold, a shirt, and other articles, the property of Mr. James Randall, the landlord. Part of the proceeds of the above burglaries were found by the police at the house occupied by the prisoners at 18, Windmill-street, Deptford. King was wearing the shirt stolen from the White Swan, which was identified by the owner. Entrance was effected into the Baron's Arms by scaling a wall at the back of the premises, and forcing open a side window. Mr. Barstow again remanded the prisoners for further evidence.

Source: The Echo, Friday July 4, 1884, Page 4


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Henry Dawkes

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HENRY DAWKES

DEATH OF MR. HENRY DAWKES.

The death of Mr. Henry Dawkes, Queen's-tax collector of High-street, Shoreditch, took place at his residence, Wood Green, on Tuesday night, November 20th, at five minutes to twelve. Mr. Dawkes had been ailing, but the sad termination came very suddenly and unexpectedly. Mr. Dawkes was 58 years of age, and leaves a widow, son, and two daughters. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon, at Highgate Cemetery. Mr. Dawkes held the post of collector of Queen's-taxes for nearly 28 years, and the family has for a long time been connected with Shoreditch, his father having been connected with the old Trustee Board. The business in Shoreditch is still carried on by Mr. Henry Dawkes, the son, with whom, and the family, very deep sympathy is felt by a large number of the inhabitants of this district.

Source: The Hackney Express and Shoreditch Observer, December 7, 1889, Page 3

N.B. The information in the above death notice leaves one question still unanswered. Was the juror present at the Kelly inquest the previous year, the deceased man; or his son?

CURRENT EVENTS.

We regret to have to announce the death of Mr. Henry Dawkes, jun., of High-street, Shoreditch, which took place suddenly on Wednesday morning.

Source: The Hackney Express and Shoreditch Observer, November 30, 1889, Page 2

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Richard Nettlefield

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RICHARD NETTLEFIELD

SHOREDITCH BOARD OF GUARDIANS.
THE QUARTERLY CONTRACTS.

The Board then proceeded to open tenders and contract for the supply of provisions required for the coming quarter. Contracts were entered into as follows: -

Meat - Jupp, of High-street, Shoreditch.
Cheesemongery - Messrs. Nettlefield.
Coals - J. Roberts, house coal, 18s. 6d.; steam ditto, 15s. 9d.
Cornchandlery - Wilcox.
Flour - French, Bow Mills. Households, 1 pound 5s.; Foreign, 1 pound 8s.
Grocery - G.T. Cox and Sons.
Potatoes - Haseltine, 3 pounds, 5s. per ton.
Tea - De Salis. There were 28 samples, from which the tea taster selected three, and of these one was chosen by lot.
There was no other business of general interest, and the Board shortly afterwards adjourned.

Source: The Hackney Express and Shoreditch Observer, December 18, 1886, Page 3

SHOREDITCH BOARD OF GUARDIANS.
SUPPLIES.

The Board then proceeded to open tenders for supplies, and the following tenders were accepted: -
Butchers' Meat, Messrs. Blofeld and Sons; cheesemongery, Mr. Nettlefield; coal, Mr. Roberts; cornchandlery, Mrs. Crabb; flour, Messrs. Collen; grocery, Messrs. G.T. Cox and Sons; potatoes, Mr. Hazeltine; tea, Mr. Lloyd.
The Board then adjourned.

Source: The Hackney Express and Shoreditch Observer, June 18, 1887, Page 3

GUARDIANS' CONTRACTS.

The quarterly and annual contracts of the Shoreditch Board of Guardians were entered into at a special meeting held on Thursday in last week.
There were six tenders for butchers' meat, and that of Messrs. Walker Bros., of Golden-lane, was accepted; cheesemongery (five tenders), Mr. R. Nettlefield; seaborne and steam coal, Messrs. Miller and Co., of Mare-street; cornchandlery, Mr. Wilcox; flour (1 pound 6s. 6d. best, 1 pound 4s. 6d. No. 2, 1 pound 6s. 6d. American), Mr. F.D. Collen, Rotherhithe; grocery, Messrs. G.T. Cox and Sons; potatoes, Messrs. White and Son, Borough Market; tea, Randall, Woollett, and Co., of Philpot-lane.

Source: The Hackney Express and Shoreditch Observer, September 29, 1888, Page 2

SHOREDITCH BOARD OF GUARDIANS.
THE QUARTERLY CONTRACTS.

Cheesemongery. - This contract was given to the present contractor, Mr. R. Nettlefield, Shoreditch. The tenders of Messrs. C.E. Webb, and Palmer, and Bryant were also voted upon, and the other tenders opened were from Messrs. Percival, J. Clark, and Cox & Sons.

Source: The Hackney Express and Shoreditch Observer, March 19, 1892, Page 3

SHOREDITCH BOARD OF GUARDIANS.
QUARTERLY CONTRACTS.

The Board proceeded to open tenders for the usual quarterly contracts. There were eight tenders for butchers' meat, and that of Messrs. Blofeld and Son was accepted. Mr. R. Nettlefield's tender for cheesemongery was accepted. Several of the tenders for coal were thrown out for containing the "strike" clause, and Messrs. Facer's tender. 16s. 2d. for house coal, and 15s. 3d. for steam coal was accepted. There were five tenders for flour, and that of Messrs. Collen and Sons was accepted, at a rise of four or five shillings a sack all round. Messrs. Teetgen were successful for grocery, and Messrs. White and Son for potatoes, at 4 pounds 5s., per ton. The tea taster recommended three numbered samples as the best, and after the usual "hat trick," the tender of Messrs. Randall, Woollett and Co. (1s. 2d. per lb.) was accepted.
The Board adjourned after a long sitting.

Source: The Hackney Express and Shoreditch Observer, June 22, 1895, Page 3

SHOREDITCH BOARD OF GUARDIANS.
THE QUARTERLY CONTRACTS.

A good part of the sitting was occupied in opening tenders and deciding upon the quarterly contracts for the supply of provisions, coals, etc., for the ensuing quarter. Several quotations were read for butcher's meat, and the contract was again given to Messrs. Blofeld and Son, and Mr. R. Nettlefield's (Shoreditch) prices were accepted for the supply of cheesemongery to all establishments. For cornchandlery and grocery, the prices of Messrs. G.T. Cox and Sons were accepted for the supply of the Workhouse, Infirmary, and Cottage Home. The contract for best quality house coal was given to Sergeant, Longstaff & Co., Workhouse and Infirmary at (17s. 6d.) cottage homes and branch school (at 18s.) Lea and Co.'s prices were accepted for second quality house coal for the Workhouse and Infirmary (at 20s. 1d.) and the Branch Workhouse, Wood Green (at 20s.) and steam coals (at 16s. 6d.) for both places. Daldy's quotation (at 18s. 3d.) was accepted for the supply of steam coal to the Cottage Homes. Second quality house coal for the branch school, Miller and Co. (at 20s.) No tenders were accepted which contained a strike clause. The flour contract was entrusted to Collen and Sons. The contract for potatoes was given to Mr. H. Morris, of the Borough Market, for the Workhouse, Infirmary and Cottage Homes. The three samples of tea selected by the taster were "raffled" as usual, the name drawn by the Chairman being that of Mr. H. Fogden, of Fenchurch-street, who will supply the tea required at 1s. 2d. per lb.

Source: The Hackney Express and Shoreditch Observer, March 18, 1899, Page 3

We are pleased to hear that the concert on behalf of the Nursing Home realised quite 60 pounds. This splendid result was largely due to the valuable help rendered by Mr. Nettlefield, jun.

Source: The Hackney Express and Shoreditch Observer, December 13, 1902, Page 2

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John Lloyd

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JOHN LLOYD

"NATIONAL PENSIONS FOR OLD AGE."

Continuing the course of lectures arranged by the Political Council of the Borough of Shoreditch Liberal and Radical Club, 43, New North-road, Canon Blackley addressed a public meeting on Wednesday last, on the subject of "National Pensions for Old Age." Mr. Hubbard, L.C.C., had arranged to speak, but County Council business kept him away, and Canon Blackley kindly volunteered his services at a moment's notice. Having made this subject a special study for upwards of twelve years, the reverend lecturer was not handicapped by the shortness of notice. On the contrary, the project was handled in a masterly manner in a speech bristling with pregnant fact and weighty argument, rendered more enjoyable by the racy anecdote and humorous illustration so frequently adopted. Having answered numerous questions, a short and lively discussion ensued, the compulsory character of any pension scheme being strongly insisted on by the various speakers. Eventually, a resolution affirming the necessity for "a well-considered scheme of State-aided national pensions for old age of a compulsory nature" was unanimously passed. Hearty thanks were accorded to the lecturer and Mr. John Lloyd, of the National Providence League, for their services, and a similar compliment was paid to the chairman, Mr. T.B. Chant, and Mr. Hall, secretary of the Political Council.

Source: The Hackney Express and Shoreditch Observer, November 14, 1891, Page 3

Mr. Thomson Aikman, who has joined Mr. John Lloyd as Hon. Secretary of the Public Safety League, is of Scottish descent. For several years he has resided at Wimbledon.

Source: The Shoreditch Observer, Hackney Express, Bethnal Green Chronicle and Finsbury Gazette, November 2, 1912, Page 4

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Source: The Shoreditch Observer, Hackney Express, Bethnal Green Chronicle and Finsbury Gazette, Saturday October 19, 1912

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Lewis F. Hunter

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LEWIS F. HUNTER

1881 census - household transcription
Person: HUNTER, Louis F
Address: 63, Allen St, Darlington

HORSFIELD, William Head Married M 53 1828 Labourer At Iron Works
Ripon, Yorkshire

HORSFIELD, Ann Wife Married F 55 1826
Stanghow, Yorkshire

MIDDLETON, Joseph Stepson Single M 27 1854 Puddler At Iron Works
Darlington, Durham

CARROLL, Luke Boarder Single M 27 1854 Puddler At Iron Works
Sunderland, Durham

CAMPBELL, Robert Boarder Widower M 30 1851 Furnaceman At Iron Works
Gateshead, Durham

PALLISTER, Sarah Boarder Single F 17 1864 Spinner At Wool Factory (Worsted)
Darlington, Durham

CLASPER, Elizabeth J Servant Single F 15 1866 General Dom Servant
Darlington, Durham

CAMPBELL, Celina E Boarder Single F 6 1875
Darlington, Durham

MIDDLETON, Mary H Step Daughter Single F 13 1868 Scholar
Darlington, Durham

HUNTER, Louis F Boarder Single M 21 1860 Puddler At Iron Works
Manchester, Lancashire


RG number: RG11
Piece: 4885
Folio: 124
Page: 9

Registration District: Darlington
Sub District: Darlington
Enumeration District:
Ecclesiastical Parish:

Civil Parish: Darlington
Municipal Borough:
Address: 63, Allen St, Darlington
County: Durham

VISIT OF BELGIAN MINING ENGINEERS TO GREAT BRITAIN.

A party of forty-six members of the Societe des Ingenieurs sortis de l'Ecole des Mines du Hainaut, have arrived in England, on a visit to various parts of the Western Station by Mr. R. De Soldenhoff, Mr. Archicountry, and on June 27 they commenced their tour of inspection at Cardiff. The party were received at the Great bald Hood, Mons. Bregeon, and Mr. H. Huxham (hon. sec.), on behalf of the South Wales Institute, and conveyed in brakes to the Town Hall, where they were received by the Mayor (Alderman T. Rees) and Mr. Thomas Foster Brown (president of the South Wales Institute) and the members of the Council. After partaking of luncheon the party were conveyed to the Bute Docks, where, under the guidance of Captain Pomeroy, Mr. David Morgan, and Mr. Hunter, the visitors were afforded an opportunity of inspecting the various shipping appliances, especially the "Lewis Hunter" patent coaling cranes, by which a vessel may be loaded or discharged at three or more hatchways simultaneously, and which are capable of shipping 7,000 tons of coal in twenty-four hours. The party afterwards proceeded to inspect the Dowlais Iron and Steel Works, being received by the general manager, Mr. E.P. Martin. The blast-furnaces and engines were greatly admired, many of the visitors taking sketches of the ponderous machinery displayed. After seeing over the works, they were conveyed back to Cardiff by train, and proceeded to Barry Docks. Here the visitors had an opportunity of seeing the wrought-iron floating gates worked by hydraulic cylinders, and other interesting features of the docks. Returning to Cardiff, dinner was served at the Park Hotel at the invitation of the president and members of the South Wales Institute. The visitors resumed their inspection of the various large industrial enterprises near Cardiff on June 28, inspecting on that day the Great-western Collieries, the Llwynypia Colliery, belonging to the Glamorgan Coal Company, the Dowlais Cardiff Colliery new sinking at Aberdare, Harris's Navigation Colliery, and the Cyfarthfa Steel Works. The party of mining engineers will visit successively, Crewe, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Loch Katrine, Glasgow, Sheffield, &c, returning to Brussels on July 5.

Source: Iron, July 1, 1892, Page 13



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George Buffery

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GEORGE BUFFERY

1881 census - household transcription
Person: BUFFERY, George
Address: 44, Cumming St, Clerkenwell

BUFFERY, George Head Married M 50 1831 Collector
Birmingham, Warwickshire


BUFFERY, Ellen F Wife Married F 47 1834
St Pancras, Middlesex

BUFFERY, Emily S Daughter Single F 20 1861 Dressmaker
Islington, Middlesex

BUFFERY, Alice M M Daughter Single F 17 1864
Islington, Middlesex

BUFFERY, Charles T Son Single M 12 1869 Scholar
Clerkenwell, Middlesex

BUFFERY, Annie L Daughter Single F 10 1871 Scholar
Clerkenwell, Middlesex

BUFFERY, Florence A Daughter Single F 4 1877
Clerkenwell, Middlesex

RG number: RG11
Piece: 354
Folio: 119
Page: 46

Registration District: Holborn
Sub District: Pentonville
Enumeration District:
Ecclesiastical Parish:

Civil Parish: Clerkenwell
Municipal Borough:
Address: 44, Cumming St, Clerkenwell
County: Middlesex

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Source: The Colonies and India, November 11, 1893, Page 32


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William Worf

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WILLIAM WORF

William Worf was another interesting choice in a juror, since he resided in Norfolk, and as most of my readers know, Sandringham House, where the Prince of Wales celebrated his birthday on Nov. 9/10, is also in the county of Norfolk. Could Mr. Worf have seen something in the early morning hours of November 10th, as he was tending to his farming duties? Is this why he was at the Kelly inquest?

1881 census - household transcription
Person: WORF, William
Address: The Common, East Walton

WORF, William Head Married M 60 1821 Ag Labourer
East Walton, Norfolk


WORF, Mary Wife Married F 58 1823
Gt Massingham, Norfolk

WORF, Frederick Son Single M 12 1869 Scholar
East Walton, Norfolk

RG number: RG11
Piece: 1994
Folio: 16
Page: 5

Registration District: Freebridge Lynn
Sub District: Gayton
Enumeration District:
Ecclesiastical Parish:

Civil Parish: East Walton
Municipal Borough:
Address: The Common, East Walton
County: Norfolk

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Samuel Jenkins

Post by Karen on Tue 1 Feb 2011 - 18:49

Here are a couple of possibilities for the juror, Samuel Jenkins. The first one is a hairdresser, born and living in Shoreditch and the second one is a married labourer living in Spitalfields, but was born in Shoreditch.

SAMUEL JENKINS

1881 census - household transcription
Person: JENKINS, Samuel
Address: 69, St Johns Rd, Shoreditch

JENKINS, Samuel Head Married M 42 1839 Hair Dresser
Shoreditch, Middlesex

JENKINS, Jane Wife Married F 34 1847
Shoreditch, Middlesex
JENKINS, Samuel C Son Single M 15 1866
Shoreditch, Middlesex
JENKINS, Elizabeth Daughter Single F 13 1868 Scholar
Shoreditch, Middlesex
JENKINS, Alice Daughter Single F 10 1871 Scholar
Shoreditch, Middlesex
JENKINS, Ada Daughter Single F 6 1875 Scholar
Shoreditch, Middlesex
JENKINS, Edmund Son Single M 4 1877 Scholar
Shoreditch, Middlesex

RG number: RG11
Piece: 397
Folio: 25
Page: 43

Registration District: Shoreditch
Sub District: Hoxton Old Town
Enumeration District:
Ecclesiastical Parish:

Civil Parish: Shoreditch
Municipal Borough:
Address: 69, St Johns Rd, Shoreditch
County: Middlesex

or...................


1881 census - household transcription
Person: JENKINS, Saml
Address: 5, George St, Spitalfields

LEWIS, Daniel Head Married M 29 1852 Fish Dealer
Spitalfields, Middlesex
LEWIS, Anna L Wife Married F 25 1856
Spitalfields, Middlesex
LEWIS, Daniel Son Single M 8 1873 Scholar
Spitalfields, Middlesex
LEWIS, Michal Son Single M 2 1879
Spitalfields, Middlesex
JOHNSON, W Single M 23 1858 Carman
Whitechapel, Middlesex
TUCKER, B Single M 30 1851 Laborer
Poplar, Middlesex
BROWN, L Single M 37 1844 Laborer
London, London, Middlesex
SMITH, F Single M 24 1857 Laborer
Whitechapel, Middlesex
GILES, S Single M 28 1853 Laborer
Whitechapel, Middlesex
THOMPSON, F Single M 21 1860 Laborer
Whitechapel, Middlesex
WILLIAMS, J Single M 26 1855 Carman
Poplar, Middlesex
DRISCOLE, D Single M 25 1856
Whitechapel, Middlesex
ELLISON, L Single M 31 1850 Laborer
London, London, Middlesex
DENNIS, D Single M 24 1857 Laborer
London, London, Middlesex
DENNIS, F Son Single M 21 1860 Carman
Whitechapel, Middlesex
STEINES, G Single M 25 1856 Labourer
London, London, Middlesex
STIRLING, ? Single M 22 1859 Labourer
London, London, Middlesex
JONES, T Single M 21 1860 Carman
London, London, Middlesex
EARLEY, J Single M 27 1854 Porter
Limehouse, Middlesex
SMART, L Single M 31 1850 Carman
London, London, Middlesex
BRYANT, B Single M 23 1858 Laborer
Whitechapel, Middlesex
CRAWLEY, T Single M 25 1856 Laborer
Poplar, Middlesex
DONOVAN, D Single M 23 1858 Labourer
London, London, Middlesex
YOUNG, C Single M 21 1860 Labourer
London, London, Middlesex
SWIFT, W Single M 32 1849 Labourer
Whitechapel, Middlesex
SULLIVAN, T Single M 28 1853 Carman
London, London, Middlesex
SHORT, F Single M 23 1858 Lab
London, London, Middlesex
EVANS, J Single M 35 1846 Lab
London, London, Middlesex
POSBEY, J Single M 46 1835 Lab
Wales
DAVIS, G Single M 26 1855 Porter
London, London, Middlesex
SMITH, F Single M 31 1850 Lab
Whitechapel, Middlesex
CRAWFORD, T Single M 24 1857 Carman
Poplar, Middlesex
MITCHALE, J Single M 31 1850 Porter
Whitechapel, Middlesex
CHORLEY, G Single M 21 1860 Porter
Limehouse, Middlesex
CASH, T Single M 32 1849 Porter
Poplar, Middlesex
CONNAR, G Single M 28 1853 Carman
Shoreditch, Middlesex
CONNOLEY, T Single M 22 1859 Lab
Whitechapel, Middlesex
JOAH, G Single M 23 1858 Lab
London, London, Middlesex
BRIGHT, T Single M 21 1860 Carman
London, London, Middlesex
SHAW, J Single M 19 1862 Lab
London, London, Middlesex
CRANE, T Single M 23 1858 Lab
London, London, Middlesex
COCKLIN, J Single M 21 1860 Porter
Whitechapel, Middlesex
STONE, S Single M 26 1855 Carman
London, London, Middlesex
CRAGG, W Single M 18 1863 Lab
Whitechapel, Middlesex
CRAGG, T Married M 43 1838 Lab
Nottingham
MAY, C Single M 21 1860 Porter
London, London, Middlesex
DRUIN, T Single M ? Lab
London, London, Middlesex
DAWSON, F Single M 31 1850 Carman
London, London, Middlesex
DOVE, G Single M 22 1859 Carman
Poplar, Middlesex
COOPER, J Single M 24 1857 Porter
Limehouse, Middlesex
COLLINS, W Married M 36 1845 Lab
Shoreditch, Middlesex
CASTEN, F Single M 21 1860 Carman
Devon
DAY, J Single M 23 1858 Porter
London, London, Middlesex
BRITTEN, J Single M 23 1858 Lab
Whitechapel, Middlesex
CARTER, L Single M 23 1858
Poplar, Middlesex
COLLIER, F Single M 21 1860
Shoreditch, Middlesex
SAMPSON, J Single M 24 1857
London, London, Middlesex
DALTON, F Single M 23 1858 Porter
London, London, Middlesex
DILLON, John Married M 20 1861 Laborer
Essex
MCCARTHY, John Single M 32 1849 Tinsmith
Ireland
SMITH, Thos Single M 19 1862 Lab
Wales
DAVIS, Robert Married M 40 1841 Lab
Kent
ELLISTON, James Married M 60 1821 Portman
Woodford, Essex
WHITFORD, Ellen Single F 25 1856 Dressmaker
Ilford, Essex
MASON, Mary Married F 27 1854 Servant (Dom)
Nottingham
MURREY, Eliza Married F 29 1852 Servant (Dom)
Lambeth, Surrey
KERR, John Single M 18 1863 Laborer
Ireland
WHITFORD, James Married M 27 1854 Carman
Scotland
SMITH, Margaret Single F 14 1867 Servant
Ireland
GRAHAM, Elizabeth Married F 28 1853 Match Box Maker
Kensington, Middlesex
BOYD, Marria Single F 15 1866 Staymaker
Poplar, Middlesex
BROWN, J Widower M 44 1837 Lab
Shoreditch, Middlesex
DENT, Saml Married M 22 1859 Lath Render
Scotland
CRAGG, Thomas Married M 40 1841 Ginger Beer Maker
Nottingham
PHERBIA, John Single M 25 1856 Carman
Dunbar, Scotland
ALEXANDER, John Single M 29 1852 Lab
Notting Hill
JENNISON, Saml Married M 40 1841 Lab
Essex
TAYLOR, James Single M 35 1846 Lab
Australia
CONNOLEAY, N Married M 27 1854 Clark
London, London, Middlesex
DAVIS, Robt Married M 28 1853 Bootmaker
Lambeth, Surrey
JENKINS, Saml Married M 24 1857 Lab
Shoreditch, Middlesex

MASON, Jane Married F 25 1856 Staymaker
Poplar, Middlesex
KERR, Annie Single F 24 1857 Nurse (Dom)
Tipperary
SIMPSON, Eliza Married F 26 1855 Kitchenmaid (Dom)
Wales
PARRINSON, Saml Married M 29 1852 Lab
Kingsland, Herefordshire
TAYLOR, David Single M 25 1856 Bootmaker
Whitechapel, Middlesex
ESSEX, Charles Married M 30 1851 Hawker
Wales
THOMAS, Alexander Single M 25 1856 Butcher
Antrim
KELLY, Barney Married M 30 1851 Salesman
Lambeth, Surrey
HAILY, Catherine Single F 28 1853 Staymaker
Whitechapel, Middlesex
HALE, Elizabeth Single F 22 1859 Bootmaker
Scotland
KELEY, Thomas Single M 21 1860 Engineer
Wales
LAMPTON, John Married M 32 1849 Lab
Poplar, Middlesex
EGRONMACH, James Married M 25 1856 Carman
Whitechapel, Middlesex
WHEELER, Mary Single F 22 1859 Boot Maker
Essex
WHITE, James Single M 22 1859 Labourer
Poplar, Middlesex
SIMPSON, Saml Single M 22 1859 Dock Labourer
Canada
ENGLISH, James Single M 40 1841 Labourer
Pentonville
Middlesex
TAYLOR, Jane Single F 22 1859 Stay Maker
Ramsgate, Kent
SMITH, Sarah Single F 22 1859 Dress Maker
Margate, Kent
JENNISON, Sam Married M 42 1839 Carman
Whitechapel, Middlesex
HARRY, Caroline Single F 32 1849 Stay Maker
Islington, Middlesex
SERVICE, Thomas Single M 21 1860 Labourer
Brighton, Sussex
WATSON, William Married M 32 1849 Painter
Brighton, Sussex
DANIELS, Danniel Single M 25 1856 Fishmonger
Poplar, Middlesex
KERRY, Peter Married M 40 1841 Umbrella Maker
(City Road)
WARNER, James Married M 30 1851 Printer
Marylebone, Middlesex
SURREY, Thos Married M 39 1842 Painter
Cork
MULLER, Thos Single M 28 1853 Baker
(City Road)
MAYARE, Allice Single F 32 1849 Boot Maker
Whitechapel, Middlesex
JENNING, John Married M 48 1833 Umbrella Maker
Islington, Middlesex
PERR, Saml Single M 20 1861 Hawker
Cork
BOYD, James Single M 28 1853 Bus Driver (Cabman)
Limerick

RG number: RG11
Piece: 435
Folio: 110
Page: 21

Registration District: Whitechapel
Sub District: Spitalfields
Enumeration District:
Ecclesiastical Parish:

Civil Parish: Spitalfields
Municipal Borough:
Address: 5, George St, Spitalfields
County: Middlesex

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Joseph Roberts

Post by Karen on Tue 1 Feb 2011 - 18:57

Here are a couple of good possibilities for Joseph Roberts. One is a Costermonger and the other is just listed as a lodger (no occupation listed).

1881 census - household transcription
Person: ROBERTS, Joseph
Address: 26, Kingsland Rd, Shoreditch

ROBERTS, Joseph Head Married M 57 1824 Costermonger
Hoxton, Middlesex


ROBERTS, Jane Wife Married F 50 1831 Costermonger
Southwark, Surrey

ROBERTS, Annie Daughter Single F 17 1864 Costermonger
Bethnal Green, Middlesex

RG number: RG11
Piece: 385
Folio: 72
Page: 19

Registration District: Shoreditch
Sub District: St Leonard
Enumeration District:
Ecclesiastical Parish:

Civil Parish: Shoreditch
Municipal Borough:
Address: 26, Kingsland Rd, Shoreditch
County: Middlesex

or............................


1881 census - household transcription
Person: ROBERTS, Joseph
Address: 19, Buckland St, Shoreditch

FOWLES, Frank Head Married M 34 1847 Gold Watch Maker
Islington, Middlesex

FOWLES, Louisa Wife Married F 31 1850
Islington, Middlesex

FOWLES, George Son Single M 4 1877
Shoreditch, Middlesex

FOWLES, Louisa Daughter Single F 1 1880
Shoreditch, Middlesex

ROBERTS, Joseph Lodger Single M 47 1834
Clerkenwell, Middlesex


RG number: RG11
Piece: 396
Folio: 90
Page: 29

Registration District: Shoreditch
Sub District: Hoxton Old Town
Enumeration District:
Ecclesiastical Parish:

Civil Parish: Shoreditch
Municipal Borough:
Address: 19, Buckland St, Shoreditch
County: Middlesex


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George Harry Wilson

Post by Karen on Tue 1 Feb 2011 - 19:04

Here are a couple of possibilities for the juror George Harry Wilson. One was a carman and the other was a tailor.


1881 census - household transcription
Person: WILSON, George
Address: 43, Bridport Place, Shoreditch

WILSON, George Head Married M 36 1845 Carman
Northampton, Northamptonshire


WILSON, Catherine Wife Married F 40 1841
Hoxton, Middlesex

WILSON, Louisa Daughter Single F 6 1875
St. Lukes, Middlesex

WILSON, Emily Daughter Single F 5 1876
St. Lukes, Middlesex

WILSON, Mary Daughter Single F 3 1878
Hoxton, Middlesex

RG number: RG11
Piece: 397
Folio: 40
Page: 11

Registration District:
Shoreditch Sub District:
Hoxton Old Town Enumeration District:
Ecclesiastical Parish:

Civil Parish: Shoreditch Municipal Borough:
Address: 43, Bridport Place, Shoreditch
County: Middlesex

or...................................

1881 census - household transcription
Person: WILSON, George
Address: 15, York Row, Shoreditch

GREEN, Richard Head Married M 26 1855 Ironmongers Shopman
Bethnal Green, Middlesex

GREEN, Martha Wife Married F 21 1860
St Georges East, Middlesex

WOODLAND, John Widower M 30 1851 Tailor
Ampthill, Bedfordshire

WILSON, George Single M 21 1860 Tailor
Clifton, Derbyshire


REEVES, William Lodger Single M 43 1838 Wood Sawyer
Nailsea, Somerset

RG number: RG11
Piece: 403
Folio: 93
Page: 22

Registration District:
Shoreditch Sub District:
Haggerston Enumeration District:
Ecclesiastical Parish:

Civil Parish:
Shoreditch Municipal Borough:
Address:
15, York Row, Shoreditch County:
Middlesex


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William Worf and East Walton

Post by Karen on Wed 2 Feb 2011 - 3:32

The following tidbits are taken from Court and Society journals and newspapers and the reason I have posted them is to show very clearly that the Royal family travelled through East Walton to arrive at Sandringham House and would also go hunting and shooting at various estates and grounds surrounding the agricultural village of East Walton.
The fact that William Worf, the East Walton farmer, was present at the Kelly inquest becomes even more clear after reading the following extracts. This gentleman saw or heard or knew something pertaining to the Royal family and their activities surrounding the 9th and 10th of November. Could he have seen two gentlemen riders heading in the direction of Sandringham on the morning of the 10th? Remember, Mary's neighbour, Elizabeth Prater stated that on the morning of the 9th she saw two men saddling horses in the court at approximately 5:10 a.m.

THE VISIT OF THE PRINCE OF WALES TO BUCKENHAM.
BUCKENHAM, TUESDAY.

His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, attended by Major Grey, arrived here yesterday afternoon about five o'clock, on a visit to the Earl and Countess of Dudley, having driven from Sandringham by Walton and Swaffham. The following is a list of the company invited for the week to visit the Earl and Countess of Dudley: -

His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Major G.H. Grey (in attendance on the Prince of Wales), the Duke of Sutherland, and the Earl and Countess of Leicester, Lady Ann Coke, Lady Mary Coke, the Earl and Countess of Tankerville, Viscount and Viscountess Royston, Sir W. Bagge, Bart., M.P., Hon. T. De Gray, M.P., Hon. C. Vivian, Miss Ward, and Miss Claughton.

Source: The Edinburgh Evening Courant, Thursday December 12, 1867


Home News.

The meet of the West Norfolk pack was held at Sandringham on Wednesday, when the Prince joined the field, and the Princess was present in her pony-carriage. The royal covers, however, were blank, but a fox was eventually found, though, the scent being bad, there was a poor run. In the evening their Royal Highnesses gave a servants' dance in the new servants' hall. The Prince shot on Thursday and Friday, and on Saturday hunted with the West Norfolk hounds at East Walton. The Prince and Princess on Sunday morning attended church, when the sermon was preached by the Rev. W. Lake Onslow. The Princess of Wales continues to drive out daily in her small pony-carriage through the gardens and grounds and the neighbourhood. Her Royal Highness, who takes much interest in the children on the estate, was present on Monday at their examination in the parish schools, distributing to them their prizes. Her Royal Highness was accompanied by the lady guests at the house. Several of the clergy were also present.

Source: The Guardian, January 22, 1868, Page 84

COURT AND SOCIETY.
MOVEMENTS OF THE QUEEN AND THE ROYAL FAMILY.

FRIDAY, DEC. 27th. - Her Majesty went out in the morning, attended by the Marchioness of Ely. Princess Beatrice and Prince Arthur rode out, and Prince Leopold and Prince Christian, attended by Colonel Du Plat and Mr. Collins, crossed over to Netley in her Majesty's yacht Alberta, and visited the Royal Victoria Hospital there. His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, attended by Major Grey and the Hon. Eliot Yorke, visited Mr. Henry Villebois for a day's shooting on his Marham Estate. The Royal party travelled by special train from Wolferton, via Lynn, to Narborough Station on the Dereham line, where carriages were in waiting to receive them, returning by the same route in the evening. The Princess of Wales, attended by Miss Knollys, took open-air exercise. The Duke of St. Alban's arrived in the afternoon on a visit to Sandringham House. The Queen drove out in the afternoon, accompanied by Princess Christian, Princess Beatrice and Prince Arthur. The Rev. George and Mrs. Prothero had the honour of dining with the Queen and the Royal family.

SATURDAY, DEC. 28th. - Her Majesty walked out with Princess Christian and Princess Beatrice in the morning. Prince Christian and Prince Arthur, attended by Sir John Cowell, went out shooting. The Queen and Princess Beatrice drove to Ryde in the afternoon, attended by the Countess of Gainsborough and the Marchioness of Ely. Colonel Du Plat was in attendance on horseback as Equerry in Waiting. The Prince of Wales and the Duke of Edinburgh, accompanied by the Duke of St. Alban's and attended by Major Grey and the Hon. Eliot Yorke, drove from Sandringham to East Walton, on the estate of Mr. Anthony Hamond, for a day's shooting with that gentleman.

Source: The Ladies - A Journal of the Court, Fashion, and Society, January 4, 1873, Page 296

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