Patrick Mooney1

Male, #962, b. circa 1833, d. circa 1913
Last Edited24 Jul 2014

Patrick Mooney was born circa 1833 in Queens Co.1 He signed his name as Patt Mooney 1907.2

Patrick Mooney married Margaret Gaffney.1

On 23 April 1907 Patrick Mooney witnessed the deed of assignment when John Mooney transferred his farm to John Dorgan in exchange for free maintenance for the rest of his life.3,2

Patrick Mooney died circa 1913 aged 84.2

Census

YearPlaceEntry
1901Durrow, Queens CoHe was listed as the head of household in the 1911 census at Durrow, Queens Co. The household was enumerated at house 7 as:

Patrick Mooney, Head, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 79, M, Farmer, Widower, Queens Co
Patt Mooney, Son, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 40, M, Farmer, Single, Queens Co
William Mooney, Son, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 36, M, Farmer, Single, Queens Co
Martin Mooney, Son, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 34, M, Farmer, Single, Queens Co1,4
1901Durrow, Queens CoHe was listed as the head of household in the 1901 census at Durrow, Queens Co. The household was enumerated at house 11 as:

Patrick Mooney, Head, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 68, M, Farmer, Married, Queens Co
Margaret Mooney, Wife, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 67, F, Farmer, Married, Queens Co
Patt Mooney, Son, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 32, M, Farmers son, not married, Queens Co
Stasia Mooney, Daughter, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 30, F, Farmers Daughter, not married, Queens Co
William Mooney, Son, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 28, M, Farmers son, not married, Queens Co
Martin Mooney, Son, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 24, M, Farmers son, not Married, Queens Co1

Family

Margaret Gaffney b. 1834
Children

Citations

  1. [S1216] Online details of the Census of Ireland for Durrow, Queens Co (Patrick Mooney - 1901 Census of Ireland, www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Queen_s_Co_/Durrow/Grenan/784627) (My ref: tm0895).
  2. [S511] Information supplied by Dermot Dorgan on 10 September 2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, notes by AJB (my ref: tm0261 - see note 16).
  3. [S510] Deed of assignment Grennan farm, granted by John Mooney to John Dorgan, Attanagh, 23 April 1907 (John Dermot Dorgan, unknown repository address, original) (My ref: tm0260).
  4. [S1217] Online details of the Census of Ireland for Durrow, Queens Co (National Archives of Ireland - 1911 Census, www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Queen_s_Co_/Durrow/Grenan/1643142) (My ref: tm0896).

William Mooney1

Male, #963, b. circa 1873
Last Edited24 Jul 2014
FatherPatrick Mooney1 b. c 1833, d. c 1913
MotherMargaret Gaffney2 b. 1834

William Mooney was born circa 1873 in Durrow, Queens Co.2

On 23 April 1907 William Mooney witnessed the deed of assignment when John Mooney transferred his farm to John Dorgan in exchange for free maintenance for the rest of his life.3,1

Census

YearPlaceEntry
1901Durrow, Queens CoHe was listed as the son of Patrick Mooney in the 1911 census at Durrow, Queens Co. The household was enumerated at house 7 as:

Patrick Mooney, Head, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 79, M, Farmer, Widower, Queens Co
Patt Mooney, Son, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 40, M, Farmer, Single, Queens Co
William Mooney, Son, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 36, M, Farmer, Single, Queens Co
Martin Mooney, Son, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 34, M, Farmer, Single, Queens Co2,4
1901Durrow, Queens CoHe was listed as the son of Patrick Mooney in the 1901 census at Durrow, Queens Co. The household was enumerated at house 11 as:

Patrick Mooney, Head, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 68, M, Farmer, Married, Queens Co
Margaret Mooney, Wife, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 67, F, Farmer, Married, Queens Co
Patt Mooney, Son, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 32, M, Farmers son, not married, Queens Co
Stasia Mooney, Daughter, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 30, F, Farmers Daughter, not married, Queens Co
William Mooney, Son, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 28, M, Farmers son, not married, Queens Co
Martin Mooney, Son, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 24, M, Farmers son, not Married, Queens Co2

Citations

  1. [S511] Information supplied by Dermot Dorgan on 10 September 2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, notes by AJB (my ref: tm0261 - see note 16).
  2. [S1216] Online details of the Census of Ireland for Durrow, Queens Co (Patrick Mooney - 1901 Census of Ireland, www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Queen_s_Co_/Durrow/Grenan/784627) (My ref: tm0895).
  3. [S510] Deed of assignment Grennan farm, granted by John Mooney to John Dorgan, Attanagh, 23 April 1907 (John Dermot Dorgan, unknown repository address, original) (My ref: tm0260).
  4. [S1217] Online details of the Census of Ireland for Durrow, Queens Co (National Archives of Ireland - 1911 Census, www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Queen_s_Co_/Durrow/Grenan/1643142) (My ref: tm0896).

Catherine Hackett1,2

Female, #964, b. 1865
Last Edited8 Apr 2016
FatherPatrick Hackett2,3 b. c 1820, d. 11 Jun 1890
ChartsPatrick Mooney #926
Patrick Mooney #926 Descendants Chart

Catherine Hackett was born in 1865 at Kilkenny.3 and married William Dowling, son of Edward Dowling and Judith Mooney, on 6 June 1883 at Kilkenny, Ireland.1,4,2,5 Catherine was a Mistress at the Girls' School in Sliabh Rua on 13 February 1885.5 She was a National Teacher1,2

Family

William Dowling b. 21 May 1864, d. 19 Nov 1906
Children

Citations

  1. [S512] Emails from Frances Lennon and Fergal Farrell (various email addresses) to T Mooney, 2002 (Tony Mooney, printouts). (My ref: tm0262).
  2. [S739] Diary transcript of Edward Dowling, Moggerhanger, 1914-1915 (Tony Mooney, tm453) "unknown cd" (My ref: tm0453).
  3. [S1250] Online family tree by Sarah Pearce (Ancestry, www.ancestry.com) accessed on 23 November 2014. (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0928).
  4. [S606] Information supplied by Dermot Dorgan on 12 October 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, notes). (My ref: tm0338).
  5. [S1245] Jim Walsh Sliabh Rua: A History of its People and Places, Jubilee and Bi-centenary Committee of Slieverue Parish Pastoral Council, not given, not given (c.2001) (Tony Mooney, processed scan) "The book was obtained by Sandy Library through the interlibrary loan scheme" (My ref: tm0923).
  6. [S1226] Emails from Sarah Pearce (withheld) to Tony Mooney, 15 January 2014 to 8 February 2014 (Tony Mooney, printout). (My ref: tm0904).

Michael Griffin1,2

Male, #970, d. 14 July 1903
Last Edited16 May 2016
FatherMartin Griffin2
ChartsPatrick Mooney #926 Descendants Chart

Michael Griffincame from Tuam, Cork, but was a native of Loughrea, County Galway.3,4,5 He married Julia Mooney, daughter of John Mooney and Elizabeth McCabe, on 7 February 1892 at the Church of Our Lady of Refuge, Rathmines, Dublin. The marriage was solemnised according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Roman Catholic Church by MA Canon Fricker PP. Both Julia and Michael were described as being of full age and they both signed their names. The marriage was witnessed by William Mooney and Alice Cassidy. Julia's address was given as Tuam, Galway and Michael's as 1 St George's Street, Cork. They married only a few years before he died and had no children.2,3,5 Michael died on 14 July 1903 at the North Infirmary, Cork, aged 41.1 At the time of his death he was living at Great George's Street, Cork.1

Michael Griffin was in the Royal Irish Constabulary.2,6,5

Citations

  1. [S508] Private papers of Tony Mooney, Elizabeth Mary Mooney - family papers inc 23 photos, 1850-2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, originals). See item 35 (My ref. tm0258.EMMP).
  2. [S709] Copy marriage record of Julia Mooney and Michael Griffin, married 7 February 1892 in the Registration District of Rathmines (General Record Office of Ireland (Dublin), reference not given) "unknown cd" (My ref: tm0425).
  3. [S606] Information supplied by Dermot Dorgan on 12 October 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, notes). See note 21 (My ref: tm0338).
  4. [S688] Information supplied by Dermot Dorgan on 2 March 2005 (John Dermot Dorgan, unknown repository address, original). (My ref: tm0404).
  5. [S1279] Notebook of Andrew Martin Mooney, in the care of Andrew James Mooney, c. 1922 - c. 2000 (Tony Mooney, photocopies, see page 14) (My ref: tm0957).
  6. [S508] Private papers of Tony Mooney, Elizabeth Mary Mooney - family papers inc 23 photos, 1850-2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, originals). (My ref. tm0258.EMMP).

James McCabe1

Male, #971, d. 9 April 1947
Last Edited3 Mar 2009

James McCabe died on 9 April 1947 at Tullyard.1

Citations

  1. [S508] Private papers of Tony Mooney, Elizabeth Mary Mooney - family papers inc 23 photos, 1850-2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, originals). See item 43 (My ref. tm0258.EMMP).

Pawson Hodgson1

Male, #974, b. 10 June 1883, d. 1 February 1960
Last Edited26 Jun 2019
Pawson Hodgson
FatherRobert Hodgson2,3 b. 15 Oct 1842, d. c May 1904
MotherSusannah Pawson2,3 b. 1 Jan 1844, d. c Feb 1930
RelationshipGreat-uncle of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsRichard Hodgson #998

Pawson sent a postcard to Dear little Elsie. He wrote: don't look for me on here Elsie as I'm not there.4 He was born on 10 June 1883 at Hedon, Yorkshire.5,6 and was baptised in the parish of Hedon in the County of Yorkshire.3

Pawson Hodgson married Eleanor Duncan, daughter of Robert Duncan and Sarah (?), on 27 March 1909 at one 'o'clock at Register Office, 12 Harley Street, Beverley Road, Sculcoates, County of Yorkshire East Riding and Kingston-upon-Hull. The marriage was by certificate and was conducted by John Clapham the registrar. Pawson was described as a Bachelor aged 24 and Eleanor as a spinster aged 19. They both signed their names in the presence of two witnesess, Thomas Hodgson, his brother, and Rose Helen Hodgson his brother's wife. Eleanor was said to be rich, although her descendants didn't agree.7,8,9,10,11,12,13 They both gave 3A Hotham Grove, Hotham Street, Hull, as their address.8,12

He served in the Army Ordnance Corp during the 1914-1918 war as 032338 Private Pawson Hodgson. There is a photo of him in his Army uniform with two fellow soldiers. Pawson is on the left but the other two have not been identified. between 1914 and 1918.14,4

On 6 August 1917 Pawson sent his wife Eleanor a postcard from Rouen, France, saying he would write soon.4

On 10 August 1917 Pawson sent a postcard to his sister Ann from Rome saying A liitle further away and stiil smiling.4

On 16 November 1917 Pawson sent his wife Eleanor a postcard thanking her for the glasses she had sent him.4 Pawson was awarded the British War Medal and the Victory Medal.15

On Saturday 17 May 1919 Pawson sent his wife a postcard from St Germains, France, saying he would arrive home on Monday or Tuesday.4

This document shows that Pawson received an allowance from the Ministry of Pensions which expired on 4 July 1922. The final payment wa £1 14s 8d. This was the equivalent of about £80 in 2013. on 4 July 1922.4

Pawson went blind. His granddaughter Sheila Adams recalled: I always assumed he was blinded in the first World War but I read my father's war memoirs round about 2013 and he mentioned at one point that 'Dad's sight is worsening.16'

Sheila Hodgson recalled: I have vivid memories of going to my grandparents' house on a Sunday with a bunch of flowers and reciting something from Sunday School.17

Pawson Hodgson lived at 76 Bexhill Avenue, Greatfield Estate, Hull, on 1 February 1960.18,19

Pawson died of broncho pneumonia on 1 February 1960 at age 76 at Western General Hospital, Hull, hospital only five days after his wife died. Two notices appeared in a local paper under Hodgson.Both were in memoriam and one gave details of the funeral.20,21,22,10,18,19

Pawson Hodgson was a Joiner14,23 for most of his life but, he is shown as a Saw Mill labourer on his marriage certificate and as a Pit Prop Carrier on his own and his wife's death certificates.24,18,12

Signed another postcard (presumably sent to Eleanor). It shows a pretty young lady looking pensively into the distance. Pawson wrote: I fancy this is how you will be (waiting).4

Pawson appeared in a school photo circa 1890.4

A number of items of memorabilia exist for for Pawson all kindly provided by Sheila Adams in 2013.4

Pawson was photographed with his workmates in the docks as a young man. A sailing ship is visible in the background.4

On VE Day on 8 May 1945 Pawson appeared in a photograph with Eleanor Duncan, Marie Hodgson and Winnie Hodgson and many others. Pawson is next to the rightmost post. Marie, Eleanor, and Winnie are on the right standing with the dog.4

There is charming photo of Eleanor with a photo of Pawson in his Army uniform inserted behind her.4

There is also a photo of Pawson and Eleanor walking down a street with Sadie Duncan close behind them.4

Another photograph of Pawson and Eleanor.4

Census

YearPlaceEntry
1891Sheriff HighwayHe was listed as the son of Susannah Pawson in the 1891 census at Sheriff Highway. Part of the family was recorded as:

Susan (sic) Hodgson Wife 47 Mariner's wife Yorks Knottingley
Joseph - Son S 20 mariner Employee Yorks Hedon
Thomas - Son S 12 Scholar Yorks Hedon
Pawson Son S 7 Scholar Yorks Hedon25
190188 Crowle Street, Hedon RoadHe was listed as the son of Robert Hodgson in the 1901 census at 88 Crowle Street, Hedon Road. The family was enumerated as follows:

Robert Hodgson - head, aged 59, mariner, worker, born Brotherton, Yorks
Susannah - wife, aged 57, born Knottingley, Yorks
Robert - son, aged 32, mariner, worker, born Yorkshire, Hedon
Joseph - son, aged 30, general labourer, worker, born Yorkshire, Hedon
Thomas - son, aged 23, stone mason, worker, born Yorkshire, Hedon
Pawson - son, aged 18, joiner, worker, born Yorkshire, Hedon5
1901Canal, Stanley FerryPawson and his father also appeared in the 1901 census at the Canal, Stanley Ferry, as follows:

Robert Hodgson - Head, M, 58, Canal Boatman, Worker, Pontefract, Yorks
Pawson do - Son, 17, Joiner, do, Hull, do26

Family

Eleanor Duncan b. 30 Sep 1890, d. 27 Jan 1960
Children
  • Cyril Robert Hodgson27 b. c Feb 1910
  • Queenie Margaret Hodgson28 b. c Mar 1914
  • Elsie May Hodgson29 b. c Aug 1915
  • Lena Annie Hodgson30 b. 2 Feb 1918, d. c Aug 1918
  • William Arnold Hodgson+31 b. 13 Feb 1922, d. 27 Nov 2005
  • Ada Marion Hodgson32 b. c Feb 1926
  • Winifred Mary Hodgson33 b. c May 1928

Citations

  1. [S561] Emails from 'Joanne' (e-mail address) to T Mooney, July 2003 (Tony Mooney, printout). RG10/3921,f.-,p.45 (My ref: tm0300).
  2. [S519] Information supplied by Geoffrey Hodgson on 23 October 2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, notes). (My ref: tm0269).
  3. [S1205] Certificate of baptism of Pawson Hodgson, 22 July 1883, Primitive Methodist (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout) (My ref: tm0888.SA09).
  4. [S1202] E-mails from Sheila Adams (withheld) to Tony Mooney, 6 - 12 August 2013 (Tony Mooney, printouts). Ref: tm0888.SA08,.
  5. [S527] 1901 national census for Sculcoates, Kingston upon Hull (The National Archives, printout) RG13/4483,f.14,p.19 (My ref: tm0277).
  6. [S598] Copy birth certificate of Pawson Hodgson, born 10 June 1883, registered 21 July 1883 in the Registration District of Sculcoates (General Record Office, copy, 9d 155) (My ref: tm0330).
  7. [S537] Interview with Marlene Anderson (informant address withheld), by T Mooney, 20 February 2003. (Tony Mooney, notes), see note 5. (My ref: tm0286).
  8. [S758] Copy marriage certificate of Pawson Hodgson and Eleanor Duncan, married 27 March 1909 in the Registration District of Sculcoates (Tony Mooney, certificate, 9d 317) (My ref: tm0472).
  9. [S1201] P Hodgson and E Duncan, Official notice, (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, image), 27 March. (My ref: tm0888.SA07).
  10. [S1204] Emails from Sheila Adams (withheld) to Tony Mooney, 13 - 17 October 2013 (Tony Mooney, printouts). (My ref: tm0890).
  11. [S1206] Copy birth certificate of Eleanor Duncan, born 30 September 1890, registered 10 November 1890 in the Registration District of Sculcoates (Tony Mooney, printout, 9d 164), (My ref: tm0888.SA10).
  12. [S1207] Copy marriage certificate of Pawson Hodgson and Eleanor Duncan, married 27 March 1909 in the Registration District of Sculcoates (Tony Mooney, printout, 9d 317) (My ref: tm0888.SA11).
  13. [S1306] Email from Sheila Adams (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 7 March 2019 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout) . (My ref: tm0983).
  14. [S768] Denise Priddy, Printed narrative, unknown date, (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original) (My ref: tm0481).
  15. [S1305] Email from Sheila Adams (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 9 March 2019 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout) . (My ref: tm0982).
  16. [S1152] E-mails from Sheila Adams (withheld) to Tony Mooney, 20-25 June 2013 (Tony Mooney, printouts). Ref: tm0854, see note 3.
  17. [S1152] E-mails from Sheila Adams (withheld) to Tony Mooney, 20-25 June 2013 (Tony Mooney, printouts). Ref: tm0854, see note 2.
  18. [S1208] Copy death certificate of Pawson Hodgson, died 1 February 1960, registered 2 February 1960 in the Registration District of Hull (Tony Mooney, printout, not known) (My ref: tm0888.SA12).
  19. [S1210] Clipping from unknown newspaper, c. 1 February 1960,Pawson Hodgson - newspaper clipping (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0888.SA14).
  20. [S1152] E-mails from Sheila Adams (withheld) to Tony Mooney, 20-25 June 2013 (Tony Mooney, printouts). Ref: tm0854, see note 1.
  21. [S1152] E-mails from Sheila Adams (withheld) to Tony Mooney, 20-25 June 2013 (Tony Mooney, printouts). Ref: tm0854, see note 8.
  22. [S1153] Online index to death for Hull (Free BMD, http://www.freebmd.org.uk/) accessed on 23 June 2013 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). , Hull 2a 209).
  23. [S1197] Copy marriage certificate of William Arnold Hodgson and Enid Green, married 18 October 1947 in the Registration District of Hull (Tony Mooney, image, not known) (My ref: tm0888.SA03).
  24. [S1198] Original death certificate of Eleanor Hodgson, died 28 January 1960, registered 28 January 1960 in the Registration District of Hull (Tony Mooney, image, not known) (My ref: tm0888.SA04).
  25. [S561] Emails from 'Joanne' (e-mail address) to T Mooney, July 2003 (Tony Mooney, printout). RG12/3921,f.-,p.2,s.11 (My ref: tm0300).
  26. [S749] 1901 national census for England & Wales (National Census 1901 - online, printout) RG13 4282 97 42 (My ref: tm0463).
  27. [S1152] E-mails from Sheila Adams (withheld) to Tony Mooney, 20-25 June 2013 (Tony Mooney, printouts). Ref: tm0854, see note 13.
  28. [S1152] E-mails from Sheila Adams (withheld) to Tony Mooney, 20-25 June 2013 (Tony Mooney, printouts). Ref: tm0854, see note 15.
  29. [S1152] E-mails from Sheila Adams (withheld) to Tony Mooney, 20-25 June 2013 (Tony Mooney, printouts). Ref: tm0854, see note 22.
  30. [S1152] E-mails from Sheila Adams (withheld) to Tony Mooney, 20-25 June 2013 (Tony Mooney, printouts). Ref: tm0854, see note 26.
  31. [S1152] E-mails from Sheila Adams (withheld) to Tony Mooney, 20-25 June 2013 (Tony Mooney, printouts). Ref: tm0854, see notes 11 and 12.
  32. [S1152] E-mails from Sheila Adams (withheld) to Tony Mooney, 20-25 June 2013 (Tony Mooney, printouts). Ref: tm0854, see note 39.
  33. [S1152] E-mails from Sheila Adams (withheld) to Tony Mooney, 20-25 June 2013 (Tony Mooney, printouts). Ref: tm0854, see note 43.

Margaret Quinn1

Female, #975, b. 1877
Last Edited5 Mar 2009

Margaret Quinn was born in 1877 at Kilkenny.1

Census

YearPlaceEntry
1901South StreetShe was listed as the servant of Mary Kennedy in the 1901 census in South Street. The household was enumerated as:

Mary Kennedy, Head of Family, RC, Read & Write, 56, F, Shopkeeper, Widow, Co Wexford
James Kennedy, Son, RC, Read & Write, 28, M, Shipbroker, Unmarried, New Ross
Margaret Quinn. Servant, RC, Read & Write, 24, F, Servant, Unmarried, Co Kilkenny
Kate Walsh, Aunt, RC, Read & Write, 45, F, Housekeeper, Married, Co Wexford
James Walsh, Son, RC, Read & Write, 14, M, Scholar, Unmarried, Co Wexford

The form was signed by Mary Kennedy1,2,3

Citations

  1. [S523] Online details of the 1901 national census for New Ross Co. Wexford, Ireland (Leitrim & Roscommon, www.leitrim-roscommon.com) (My ref: tm0273).
  2. [S666] Noel Farrell New Ross Town Family Roots, Noel Farrell, Majella, Park Road, Longford, Co Longford, Ireland, First (1998) ISBN not given 1901 Census (My ref: tm0383).
  3. [S714] 1901 national census for Ireland (National Archives of Ireland, photocopy) 9 South Street, New Ross (My ref: tm0430).

Decephas Houghton1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

Female, #979, b. 31 August 1850, d. circa May 1931
Last Edited14 Jun 2020
FatherJames Houghton3,10 b. c 1810, d. c Oct 1890
MotherElizabeth Kent7,10 b. b 1816, d. c Feb 1887
RelationshipGreat-grandmother of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsThomas Osbourn #1365
Patrick Joseph Mooney #23
Anthony George Patrick Mooney #1
Maureen Burton nee Mooney #17

Decephas Houghton was born on 31 August 1850 at Charlestown, St Austell, Cornwall.1,7,11 She was baptized two weeks later in St Dennis, which was about five miles from Charlestown, on 13 October 1850.10,8

Note: Her forename seems to have been difficult to record up to her first marriage appearing in many records with different spellings e.g. Desipha, Josepha, Desepha. Similarly her surname has been recorded in all the usual variations e.g. Hotton, Hotten, Haughton. After her marriage her forename appears consistently as Decephas and when her maiden name is used as Houghton.12,3,4,5,6,7,8,10,9,13,14

Decephas Houghton married John Osborne, son of George Forbes Osbourn and Elizabeth Baldwin, on 11 March 1871 at St Paul's Church, Charlestown, Cornwall, according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns by AA Ferris. James Stephens signed as witness and Susan Yates made her mark. They were described as a widower aged 26 and a spinster aged 21.1,6,13

Decephas Houghton and John Osborne lived at Charlestown, Cornwall, on 11 March 1871.6

As of 12 April 1885,her married name was Hart.3

Decephas Osborne married John Hart, son of Richard Hart and Hannah Hall, on 12 April 1885 The marriage was solemnized at Christ Church in the Parish of East Knottingley in the County of York by the vicar, John Crawford according to the rites and ceremonies of the Established Church by Superintendent Registrar's Certificate. He was described as a bachelor aged 30 and she as a widow aged 33. The two witnesses were John Ramskill? and John Robinson Tomlinson.3

Decephas and John lived at Knottingley on 12 April 1885. At the time.3

Decephas Hart was a Housekeeper Domestic on 31 March 1901.15

Decephas Houghton died circa May 1931 aged 81.16

Census

YearPlaceEntry
1851Union Work House, St Austell, CornwallShe was listed as an inmate of the Union Work House, St Austell, Cornwall, in the 1851 census with her mother. They were recorded as:

Elizabeth Hotten, Inmate, M, 29, F, Pauper, Cornwall, St Dennis
Josepha (sic), Inmate, -, 7m, F, Pauper, Cornwall, St Austell17,18
18818 Island Court, KnottingleyShe was listed as the head of household in the 1881 census at 8 Island Court, Knottingley. The family was recorded as:

Decephas Osbourne, Head, Mar, F, 30, Mariner's wife, Cornwall, Charlestown
Betsey, daughter, -, F, 8, scholar, Yorkshire, Knottingley
John, son, -, M, 7, scholar,Yorkshire, Knottingley
Percy, son, -, 5, scholar, Yorkshire, Knottingley
Infant, daur, -. 4 months, Yorkshire, Knottingley1,19
1891The Island, KnottingleyShe was listed as the wife of John Hart in the 1891 census at The Island, Knottingley. The family was enumerated as follows:

John Hart - head, M, 36, Bricklayer. Neither Employer nor Employee, Yorkshire, Knottingley
Decephas - wife, 40, Cornwall, Charlestown
John Husband (?), son, S, 17, Glassblower (apprend) Yorkshire, Knottingley
Miriam do., Daur, 10, Scholar, Yorkshire, Knottingley
Richard Hart, son, 2, Yorkshire, Knottingley
Elise do., Daur, 1 mo., Yorkshire, Knottingley4,13
190129 Pretoria AvenueDecephas Hart appeared in the 1901 census at 29 Pretoria Avenue. The household was enumerated as follows:

Robert Johnson, Head, M, 45, Plumber House, Own Account, Northumberland, Alnwick
Emily do., Daur, S, 14, Northumberland, Charlestown Cornwall
Alice do., Daur, S, 11, Northumberland, Morpeth
Robert do., Son, S, 7, do., do.
Decephas Hart, Serv., Wid., 48, Housekeeper, worker, do., do.15
1911102 Newgate StreetDecephas Hart appeared in the 1911 census on 2 April 1911 at 102 Newgate Street. The household was enumerated as follows:

Robert Johnson, Head, M, M, 54, Plumber House, 1857, Plumber, Alnwick Northd
Decephas Hart, Housekeeper, Widow, 55,1856, House Keeper, Charlestown Cornwall
Robert Johnson Hart, Son, Single 18, 1893, Labourer Masons, Morpeth Northd20

Family 1

John Osborne b. 2 Jan 1845, d. Oct 1882
Children

Family 2

John Hart b. c 1855, d. Jun 1891
Children

Citations

  1. [S526] Online index to the 1881 National Census of England and Wales for Knottingley, Yorkshire (Latter Day Saints, www.familysearch.org) RG11/4585,f.90,p.7 (My ref: tm0276).
  2. [S582] Copy birth certificate of Miriam Hodgson, born 23 March 1881, registered 16 April 1881 in the Registration District of Pontefract (General Record Office, copy, 9c 93) (My ref: tm0317).
  3. [S583] Copy marriage certificate of John Hart and Decephas Osbourne, married 12 April 1885 in the Registration District of Pontefract, (General Record Office, copy, 9c 129) (My ref: tm0318).
  4. [S584] Email from Joanne (e-mail address) to Tony Mooney, dated 17 August 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout) . (My ref: tm0319).
  5. [S585] 1901 National Census for England and Wales (The National Archives, printout) (My ref: tm0320).
  6. [S597] Copy marriage certificate of John Osbourn and Decephas Houghton, married 11 March 1871 in the Registration District of St Austell, (General Record Office, copy, 5c 181) (My ref: tm0329).
  7. [S651] Copy birth certificate of Desiphas Hotton, born 31 August 1850, registered 30 September 1850 in the Registration District of St Austell, Cornwall (General Record Office, copy, ix 12 51) (My ref: tm0368).
  8. [S655] Index to Cornwall Family History Society transcriptions, compiled by CFHS, 5 Victoria Square, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2RS, compile dates not given, (Tony Mooney, tm372 - printout). (M Ref: tm0372).
  9. [S684] 1881 National Census for England (Cornwall Family History Society, printout) (My ref: tm0408).
  10. [S653] St Dennis - baptismal records, 1850 - 1858 , (April 2004) (Royal Institute of Cornwall, photocopy) (My ref: tm0370).
  11. [S655] Index to Cornwall Family History Society transcriptions, compiled by CFHS, 5 Victoria Square, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2RS, compile dates not given, (Tony Mooney, tm372 - printout). 1851 St Austell 1907 f 326 125 (M Ref: tm0372).
  12. [S526] Online index to the 1881 National Census of England and Wales for Knottingley, Yorkshire (Latter Day Saints, www.familysearch.org) (My ref: tm0276).
  13. [S940] Letter from Ron Gosney, Knottingley, West Yorkshire, to Tony Mooney, dated 4 March 2008 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original) (My ref: tm0651).
  14. [S934] Online index to the 1851 National Census for England and Wales for Cornwall (Ancestry, www.ancestry.co.uk) (My ref: tm0645).
  15. [S585] 1901 National Census for England and Wales (The National Archives, printout) RG13/4832,f.41,p.80 (My ref: tm0320).
  16. [S1233] Online index to deaths for Morpeth (Decephas Hart - death, www.freebmd.org.uk) accessed on 13 Agust 2012 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout).Morpeth 10b 464 (My ref: tm0911).
  17. [S655] Index to Cornwall Family History Society transcriptions, compiled by CFHS, 5 Victoria Square, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2RS, compile dates not given, (Tony Mooney, tm372 - printout). HO107/1907,f.326,p.31,s.125 (M Ref: tm0372).
  18. [S934] Online index to the 1851 National Census for England and Wales for Cornwall (Ancestry, www.ancestry.co.uk) HO107/1907,f.326,p.31,s.125 (My ref: tm0645).
  19. [S684] 1881 National Census for England (Cornwall Family History Society, printout) RG11/4585,f.90,p.7,s.8 (My ref: tm0408).
  20. [S1328] Online details of the 1911 National Census for Morpeth, Northumberland (Find My Past, https://www.findmypast.co.uk) RG14PN31011 RG78PN1774 RD564 SD1 ED15 SN42 (My ref: tm1000).
  21. [S694] Copy birth certificate of Decephas Osbourn, born 11 October 1882, registered 20 November 1882 in the Registration District of Pontefract (Tony Mooney, copy, 9c 95) (My ref: tm0411).
  22. [S696] Index to England and Wales Civil Registration (Births), 1837-1983, compiled by Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, compile date not given. (Tony Mooney, printout). March 1886 Pontefract 9c 104 (My ref: tm0413).
  23. [S696] Index to England and Wales Civil Registration (Births), 1837-1983, compiled by Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, compile date not given. (Tony Mooney, printout). March 1887 Pontefract 9c 98 (My ref: tm0413).
  24. [S696] Index to England and Wales Civil Registration (Births), 1837-1983, compiled by Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, compile date not given. (Tony Mooney, printout). March 1890 Pontefract 9c 95 (My ref: tm0413).

Bessey Osbourne1,2

Female, #980, b. 6 May 1872
Last Edited3 Mar 2009
FatherJohn Osborne1,2 b. 2 Jan 1845, d. Oct 1882
MotherDecephas Houghton1,2 b. 31 Aug 1850, d. c May 1931
RelationshipGreat-aunt of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsThomas Osbourn #1365

Bessey Osbourne, daughter of John Osborne and Decephas Houghton, was born on 6 May 18721,2 and was baptised on 20 June 1872.1

Census

YearPlaceEntry
18818 Island Court, KnottingleyShe was listed as the daughter of Decephas Houghton in the 1881 census at 8 Island Court, Knottingley. The family was recorded as:

Decephas Osbourne, Head, Mar, F, 30, Mariner's wife, Cornwall, Charlestown
Betsey, daughter, -, F, 8, scholar, Yorkshire, Knottingley
John, son, -, M, 7, scholar,Yorkshire, Knottingley
Percy, son, -, 5, scholar, Yorkshire, Knottingley
Infant, daur, -. 4 months, Yorkshire, Knottingley2,3

Citations

  1. [S940] Letter from Ron Gosney, Knottingley, West Yorkshire, to Tony Mooney, dated 4 March 2008 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original) (My ref: tm0651).
  2. [S526] Online index to the 1881 National Census of England and Wales for Knottingley, Yorkshire (Latter Day Saints, www.familysearch.org) RG11/4585,f.90,p.7 (My ref: tm0276).
  3. [S684] 1881 National Census for England (Cornwall Family History Society, printout) RG11/4585,f.90,p.7,s.8 (My ref: tm0408).

John Osbourne1

Male, #981, b. 11 January 1874
Last Edited21 May 2011
FatherJohn Osborne2,1 b. 2 Jan 1845, d. Oct 1882
MotherDecephas Houghton2,1 b. 31 Aug 1850, d. c May 1931
RelationshipGreat-uncle of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsThomas Osbourn #1365

John Osbourne, son of John Osborne and Decephas Houghton, was born on 11 January 18741,2 and was baptised on 15 February 1874.2

Note: Sometimes a baptism and a christening took place if the father was away at sea.2

John Osbourne was a Glass Blower (Apprent) on 5 April 1891.3

Census

YearPlaceEntry
18818 Island Court, KnottingleyHe was listed as the son of Decephas Houghton in the 1881 census at 8 Island Court, Knottingley. The family was recorded as:

Decephas Osbourne, Head, Mar, F, 30, Mariner's wife, Cornwall, Charlestown
Betsey, daughter, -, F, 8, scholar, Yorkshire, Knottingley
John, son, -, M, 7, scholar,Yorkshire, Knottingley
Percy, son, -, 5, scholar, Yorkshire, Knottingley
Infant, daur, -. 4 months, Yorkshire, Knottingley1,4
1891The Island, KnottingleyHe was listed as the son of John Hart in the 1891 census at The Island, Knottingley. The family was enumerated as follows:

John Hart - head, M, 36, Bricklayer. Neither Employer nor Employee, Yorkshire, Knottingley
Decephas - wife, 40, Cornwall, Charlestown
John Husband (?), son, S, 17, Glassblower (apprend) Yorkshire, Knottingley
Miriam do., Daur, 10, Scholar, Yorkshire, Knottingley
Richard Hart, son, 2, Yorkshire, Knottingley
Elise do., Daur, 1 mo., Yorkshire, Knottingley3,2

Citations

  1. [S526] Online index to the 1881 National Census of England and Wales for Knottingley, Yorkshire (Latter Day Saints, www.familysearch.org) RG11/4585,f.90,p.7 (My ref: tm0276).
  2. [S940] Letter from Ron Gosney, Knottingley, West Yorkshire, to Tony Mooney, dated 4 March 2008 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original) (My ref: tm0651).
  3. [S584] Email from Joanne (e-mail address) to Tony Mooney, dated 17 August 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout) . (My ref: tm0319).
  4. [S684] 1881 National Census for England (Cornwall Family History Society, printout) RG11/4585,f.90,p.7,s.8 (My ref: tm0408).

Percy Osbourne1

Male, #982, b. 6 February 1876
Last Edited20 Jun 2012
FatherJohn Osborne1,2 b. 2 Jan 1845, d. Oct 1882
MotherDecephas Houghton1,2 b. 31 Aug 1850, d. c May 1931
RelationshipGreat-uncle of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsThomas Osbourn #1365

Percy Osbourne, son of John Osborne and Decephas Houghton, was born on 6 February 18761,2 and was baptised on 2 March 1876.2

Percy Osbourne was a Rivet Heater on 5 April 1891.3

Census

YearPlaceEntry
18818 Island Court, KnottingleyPercy Osbourne was listed as the son of Decephas Houghton in the 1881 census at 8 Island Court, Knottingley. The family was recorded as:

Decephas Osbourne, Head, Mar, F, 30, Mariner's wife, Cornwall, Charlestown
Betsey, daughter, -, F, 8, scholar, Yorkshire, Knottingley
John, son, -, M, 7, scholar,Yorkshire, Knottingley
Percy, son, -, 5, scholar, Yorkshire, Knottingley
Infant, daur, -. 4 months, Yorkshire, Knottingley1,4
18912 First StHe was listed as the nephew of Joseph Rhodes in the 1891 census at 2 First St. The household was enumerated as follows:

Jos (sic) Rhodes Head M 50 Mariner Employer Yorkshire Knottingley
Mary - wife M 47 Yorkshire Knottingley
Hannah O - Daur S 14 Scholar Yorkshire Knottingley
Mary T - Daur S 12 Scholar Yorkshire Knottingley
Wm. Robt. - Son S 1 Durham Sunderland
Bessie Osbourn (sic) Wife's Mother Wid 74 Yorkshire Castleford
Percy - Nephew S 15 Rivet heater Yorkshire Knottingley2,3

Citations

  1. [S526] Online index to the 1881 National Census of England and Wales for Knottingley, Yorkshire (Latter Day Saints, www.familysearch.org) RG11/4585,f.90,p.7 (My ref: tm0276).
  2. [S940] Letter from Ron Gosney, Knottingley, West Yorkshire, to Tony Mooney, dated 4 March 2008 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original) (My ref: tm0651).
  3. [S561] Emails from 'Joanne' (e-mail address) to T Mooney, July 2003 (Tony Mooney, printout). RG12/4220,f.-,p.2 (My ref: tm0300).
  4. [S684] 1881 National Census for England (Cornwall Family History Society, printout) RG11/4585,f.90,p.7,s.8 (My ref: tm0408).

Emma Boulton1,2,3

Female, #983, b. 1873, d. 27 March 1945
Last Edited23 Jun 2012
ChartsRichard Hodgson #998

Emma Boulton was born in 1873 at Stanley Ferry, Yorkshire.2

Emma Boulton married John Richard Albert Hodgson, son of Robert Hodgson and Susannah Pawson, circa November 1891 at Wakefield.1,2,4

Emma Boulton died on 27 March 1945 aged 71 years.2 Her body was interred at Preston Road Cemetery, Stanley Ferry.2

Census

YearPlaceEntry
1901Bendles, KnottingleyShe was listed as the wife of John Richard Albert Hodgson in the 1901 census at Bendles, Knottingley. The family were enumerated aboard a vessel at Bindles as follows:

John Richard Hodgson - Head, aged 33, captain, worker, born Yorks, Hedon, Hull
Emma - wife. aged 28, born Yorks, Stanley Ferry
Charles Richard - son, aged 8, born Yorks, Stanley Ferry
John Robert - son, aged 6, born Yorks, Hedon
Ethel Alberta - daur, aged 5, born Yorks, Hedon
Harry Clifford - son, aged 3, born Yorks, Hedon
Gladys Emma - daur, aged 10 months, born Yorks, Hedon1

Family

John Richard Albert Hodgson b. c Dec 1867, d. 23 May 1942
Children

Citations

  1. [S529] 1901 national census for England and Wales (The National Archives, printout) RG13/4293,f.60,p.33 (My ref: tm0279).
  2. [S724] Information supplied by Carol Dawson on 2 April 2006 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, journal report) (My ref: tm0440).
  3. [S768] Denise Priddy, Printed narrative, unknown date, (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original) (My ref: tm0481).
  4. [S1049] Online index to marriages for Wakefield (FreeBMD, www.freebmd.org.uk) accessed on 19 Feb 2006 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0755).

Charles Richard Hodgson1

Male, #984, b. circa 1893
Last Edited19 Mar 2014
FatherJohn Richard Albert Hodgson1 b. c Dec 1867, d. 23 May 1942
MotherEmma Boulton1 b. 1873, d. 27 Mar 1945
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsRichard Hodgson #998

Charles Richard Hodgson was born circa 1893.1

Charles Richard Hodgson married Elizabeth Gelder. Charles and Elizabeth did not have any children.2 Charles Richard Hodgson and Elizabeth Gelder lived at 32 Egton Street, Hull.2

Census

YearPlaceEntry
1901Bendles, KnottingleyHe was listed as the sonof John Richard Albert Hodgson in the 1901 census at Bendles, Knottingley. The family were enumerated aboard a vessel at Bindles as follows:

John Richard Hodgson - Head, aged 33, captain, worker, born Yorks, Hedon, Hull
Emma - wife. aged 28, born Yorks, Stanley Ferry
Charles Richard - son, aged 8, born Yorks, Stanley Ferry
John Robert - son, aged 6, born Yorks, Hedon
Ethel Alberta - daur, aged 5, born Yorks, Hedon
Harry Clifford - son, aged 3, born Yorks, Hedon
Gladys Emma - daur, aged 10 months, born Yorks, Hedon1

Citations

  1. [S529] 1901 national census for England and Wales (The National Archives, printout) RG13/4293,f.60,p.33 (My ref: tm0279).
  2. [S724] Information supplied by Carol Dawson on 2 April 2006 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, journal report) (My ref: tm0440).

John Robert Hodgson1

Male, #985, b. circa 1895
Last Edited26 Oct 2008
FatherJohn Richard Albert Hodgson1 b. c Dec 1867, d. 23 May 1942
MotherEmma Boulton1 b. 1873, d. 27 Mar 1945
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsRichard Hodgson #998

John Robert Hodgson was born circa 1895.1

John Robert Hodgson married Bella Edgecombe.2

Census

YearPlaceEntry
1901Bendles, KnottingleyHe was listed as the son of John Richard Albert Hodgson in the 1901 census at Bendles, Knottingley. The family were enumerated aboard a vessel at Bindles as follows:

John Richard Hodgson - Head, aged 33, captain, worker, born Yorks, Hedon, Hull
Emma - wife. aged 28, born Yorks, Stanley Ferry
Charles Richard - son, aged 8, born Yorks, Stanley Ferry
John Robert - son, aged 6, born Yorks, Hedon
Ethel Alberta - daur, aged 5, born Yorks, Hedon
Harry Clifford - son, aged 3, born Yorks, Hedon
Gladys Emma - daur, aged 10 months, born Yorks, Hedon1

Family

Bella Edgecombe
Children
  • Ada Hodgson2
  • Joyce Hodgson2
  • Isabel Hodgson2

Citations

  1. [S529] 1901 national census for England and Wales (The National Archives, printout) RG13/4293,f.60,p.33 (My ref: tm0279).
  2. [S724] Information supplied by Carol Dawson on 2 April 2006 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, journal report) (My ref: tm0440).

Ethel Alberta Hodgson1

Female, #986, b. 7 December 1895
Last Edited16 Jul 2017
FatherJohn Richard Albert Hodgson1 b. c Dec 1867, d. 23 May 1942
MotherEmma Boulton1 b. 1873, d. 27 Mar 1945
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsRichard Hodgson #998

Ethel Alberta Hodgson was born on 7 December 1895.1,2 She was a Nanny.2

Ethel Alberta Hodgson was Ethel was in service when she was young. She once worked for an Italian family as a nanny/mother's help living-in with the family and looking after their children. During the war she worked in a munitions factory making shells and ammunition. When the war ended she returned to live with the Italian family staying there until she married in 1919.2

Ethel Alberta Hodgson married Edward Dawson, son of William Dawson and Lucy Ann Shaw, on 21 June 1919 at St Philip's Parish Church, Kingston-upon-Hull.2,3

Ethel Alberta Hodgson married James Arthur Darwin after 1923 at St Mark's Church, Kingston-upon-Hull, The witnesses were Charles and Gladys Hodgson and the vicar was Frank Sedgewick.2 Before this marriage she lived at 12 Regent Square, Syke Street, Hull.2

Ethel Alberta Hodgson lived at 6 Outram Terrace, Rodney Street, Hull, in 1923.2

Census

YearPlaceEntry
1901Bendles, KnottingleyShe was listed as the daughter of John Richard Albert Hodgson in the 1901 census at Bendles, Knottingley. The family were enumerated aboard a vessel at Bindles as follows:

John Richard Hodgson - Head, aged 33, captain, worker, born Yorks, Hedon, Hull
Emma - wife. aged 28, born Yorks, Stanley Ferry
Charles Richard - son, aged 8, born Yorks, Stanley Ferry
John Robert - son, aged 6, born Yorks, Hedon
Ethel Alberta - daur, aged 5, born Yorks, Hedon
Harry Clifford - son, aged 3, born Yorks, Hedon
Gladys Emma - daur, aged 10 months, born Yorks, Hedon1

Family

Edward Dawson b. 21 Jul 1895, d. 6 May 1923
Children

Citations

  1. [S529] 1901 national census for England and Wales (The National Archives, printout) RG13/4293,f.60,p.33 (My ref: tm0279).
  2. [S724] Information supplied by Carol Dawson on 2 April 2006 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, journal report) (My ref: tm0440).
  3. [S1039] Online index to marriages for Sculcoates (FreeBMD, www.freebmd.org.uk) accessed on 21 Mar 2010 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0745).

Harry Clifford Hodgson1

Male, #987, b. circa February 1898
Last Edited22 Jun 2012
FatherJohn Richard Albert Hodgson2 b. c Dec 1867, d. 23 May 1942
MotherEmma Boulton1 b. 1873, d. 27 Mar 1945
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsRichard Hodgson #998

Harry Clifford Hodgson was born circa February 1898 at Hedon, Yorkshire.1,3,4

Harry Clifford Hodgson married Gladys Cooper.3

Census

YearPlaceEntry
1901Bendles, KnottingleyHe was listed as the son of John Richard Albert Hodgson in the 1901 census at Bendles, Knottingley. The family were enumerated aboard a vessel at Bindles as follows:

John Richard Hodgson - Head, aged 33, captain, worker, born Yorks, Hedon, Hull
Emma - wife. aged 28, born Yorks, Stanley Ferry
Charles Richard - son, aged 8, born Yorks, Stanley Ferry
John Robert - son, aged 6, born Yorks, Hedon
Ethel Alberta - daur, aged 5, born Yorks, Hedon
Harry Clifford - son, aged 3, born Yorks, Hedon
Gladys Emma - daur, aged 10 months, born Yorks, Hedon1

Family

Gladys Cooper
Child
  • June Hodgson3

Citations

  1. [S529] 1901 national census for England and Wales (The National Archives, printout) RG13/4293,f.60,p.33 (My ref: tm0279).
  2. [S529] 1901 national census for England and Wales (The National Archives, printout) RG13/4293/60 (My ref: tm0279).
  3. [S724] Information supplied by Carol Dawson on 2 April 2006 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, journal report) (My ref: tm0440).
  4. [S1050] Online index to births for Sculcoates (FreeBMD, www.freebmd.org.uk) accessed on 23 Jul 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0756).

Gladys Emma Hodgson1

Female, #988, b. circa 1900
Last Edited6 Mar 2009
FatherJohn Richard Albert Hodgson1 b. c Dec 1867, d. 23 May 1942
MotherEmma Boulton1 b. 1873, d. 27 Mar 1945
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsRichard Hodgson #998

Gladys Emma Hodgson, daughter of John Richard Albert Hodgson and Emma Boulton, was born circa 1900 in Hedon, Yorkshire.1,2

Gladys Emma Hodgson married Richard Stead.2

Census

YearPlaceEntry
1901Bendles, KnottingleyShe was listed as the daughter of John Richard Albert Hodgson in the 1901 census at Bendles, Knottingley. The family were enumerated aboard a vessel at Bindles as follows:

John Richard Hodgson - Head, aged 33, captain, worker, born Yorks, Hedon, Hull
Emma - wife. aged 28, born Yorks, Stanley Ferry
Charles Richard - son, aged 8, born Yorks, Stanley Ferry
John Robert - son, aged 6, born Yorks, Hedon
Ethel Alberta - daur, aged 5, born Yorks, Hedon
Harry Clifford - son, aged 3, born Yorks, Hedon
Gladys Emma - daur, aged 10 months, born Yorks, Hedon1

Family

Richard Stead
Children
  • Monica Stead2
  • John Stead2

Citations

  1. [S529] 1901 national census for England and Wales (The National Archives, printout) RG13/4293,f.60,p.33 (My ref: tm0279).
  2. [S724] Information supplied by Carol Dawson on 2 April 2006 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, journal report) (My ref: tm0440).

Robert Markham Loft1,2

Male, #989, b. 13 November 1846, d. 30 October 1932
Last Edited10 Feb 2020
ChartsEdward Shaw Loft #989

Robert Markham Loft was born on 13 November 1846 at St Nicholas, Beverly, E. Yorks.2 He married Mary Elizabeth Shaw on 29 October 1867 in Sculcoates, Hull.2

Robert was a Barge Riverman in 1881, a Keelman in 1883, a Waterman in 1889, a Master Mariner in 1891, a Riverman Captain in 1892/95/97 and a Waterman in 1911/1913.2

He died on 30 October 1932 at age 85 at Withernsea, E. Yorks.2

Robert Markham Loft was a Master Mariner.2

Family

Mary Elizabeth Shaw b. 20 Mar 1849, d. 13 Aug 1881
Child

Citations

  1. [S536] Interview with Sheila Morton (informant address withheld), by Tony Mooney on 20 February 2003. (Tony Mooney, notes). See note ajb7) (My ref: tm0285).
  2. [S1320] David Simpson A Study of the Ancestry of George and Bertha Simpson Part 3, privately published by David Simpson, (My ref: tm0992).

Sarah Linnane1

Female, #990, b. 18 August 1889, d. 26 August 1979
Last Edited18 May 2016

Sarah Linnane was born on 18 August 1889 at Kinvara, County Galway, (her mother's maiden name was probably Moran)2,3 and died on 26 August 1979 at age 90.1 She was buried at St Mochanog Church, Kilmacanogue. She was laid to rest with Andrew Martin and Katie Mooney who she served for many years.1 In 2003 Andrew James Mooney arranged for a new headstone to be erected over the family grave at Kilmacanogue to record all five people who were buried there together with Frank Mooney who was buried in London. Later, Elizabeth Mary Mooney (Sr Colette) and John Mooney were added. Sarah Linnane is commemorated on the headstone together with Andrew Martin Mooney, Catherine Mary Mooney, Andrew Martin Mooney, Joseph Francis Mooney, May Mooney, Elizabeth Mary Mooney and Jack Mooney.2,4

Two prayerbooks exist which used to belong to Sarah. One is inscribed:

A present from a friend to dear Sarah from Mother General, Mercy Convent, Clifden, Co. Galway

The other is inscribed:

Miss Sarah Linnane was received into the Association of the Children of Mary, on Feast of the Immaculate Conception at the Convent of Mercy Clifden

Tucked inside the lining is a newspaper clipping about the death of John Dennehy of Rocky Valley, Kilmacanogue.5

Sarah Linnane was a Housekeeper1 She was housekeeper for many years to Andrew Martin Mooney and Catherine Mary Buckley.6

Citations

  1. [S507] Information collected by me in September 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, field notes). See note 37 (My ref: tm0257).
  2. [S609] Monumental inscription on the grave of Andrew Martin Mooney and others (Kilmacanoge graveyard) . (My ref: tm0341).
  3. [S1279] Notebook of Andrew Martin Mooney, in the care of Andrew James Mooney, c. 1922 - c. 2000 (Tony Mooney, photocopies, see page 25) (My ref: tm0957).
  4. [S1028] Online index to Headstone image for Kilmacanogue (Kilmacanague headstone, www.igp-web-com) accessed on 13 November 2009 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, image). (My ref: tm0735).
  5. [S551] Various people, prayer books, (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, originals), (My ref: tm0296.EMMP - see items 4 and 6).
  6. [S507] Information collected by me in September 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, field notes). (My ref: tm0257).