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Lee Goleby's original notes on the family of Ken's great-grandfather, John Bishop Baldry

John Bishop BALDRY[1]
Harriett[2] GOLEBY[3]

Their Children:
Rosetta E.[4]
Ernest W.[5]
Martha E.[7]
John Bishop
Albert A. A.[8]
Harriett E.[10]
Sidney W.
Charlotte Rosetta[11]

b. Aug 12 1841 m. 1860 d. Aug 5 1915
b. Jun 28 1839 d. Sep 4 1911

b. Feb 5 1861
b. Jan 14 1863
b. July 8 1865 d. Jun 2 1867
b. Nov 2 1867
b. Jul 28 1869 d. Mar 5 1952
b. Jun 6 1871 d. Apr 8 1872
b. Jan 25 1873 d. Mar 9 1951
b. Oct 1874 [9]
“Kate” b. Aug 17 1876 d. Oct 10 1972
b. Feb 3 1878
b. Mar 14 1880
b. Aug 7 1882 m. 1917 d. Sep 28 1964, age 82, Cremated at Ipswich

[1] Son of Isaac BALDRY and Elizabeth BISHOP. He married Harriet 6 May 1860, Holy Trinity Church, Islington, Middlesex, England
Jeannie TAYLOR, nee GOLEBY, writes her as “Harriett E. BALDRY”. This may be an error.
Daughter of William GOLEBY and Martha SEAMAN.
Rosetta Elizabeth, known as “Rosie”.
Ernest William BALDRY.
Known as “Annie”. She married William Albert JOHNSON.
Martha Eliza BALDRY married William “Bill” YOUNG.
On the 1881 Census he appears as “Adolphus” BALDRY. I presume he is named after his two uncles who died young, so his whole name would be Albert Adolphus Abraham
Jeannie has the date as Oct 17.
Kate married a TOWNSEND or a BURTON (perhaps?).
Charlotte Rosetta, known as “Lottie” ("Lot" according to Ken, who met her), married her first cousin, Albert GOLEBY.


Albert William (or William Albert) JOHNSON, his wife Angelina, and daughter Annie (known as Nan) (5)
1901 Census Information: Public Record Office Reference: RG13 / Piece 59 / Folio 148 / Page 18 / Schedule 131
Address: 29 Harbledown Rd Civil Parish: Fulham Ecclesiastical Parish: St John Parliamentary Borough or Division: Fulham Administrative County: London


Bill and Martha YOUNG and their three children, William (known as Willie) (6), Peter J (5), and Ethel M (5 months)
Martha and Bill lived at 48 Kennington Oval, South London. Martha later moved to Silwood House, East Sheen, near Richmond, Surrey. 1901 Census Information: Public Records Office Reference: RG13 / Piece 413 / Folio 37 / Page 1 / Schedule 9 Address: 48 Kennington Oval Civil Parish: Lambeth Ecclesiastical Parish: Kennington St Mark Parliamentary Borough or Division: Kennington Administrative county: London
Martha’s sister Lottie was also with Martha and Bill at the time of the 1901 census.
Mary G. WOOD, a domestic servant, age 14, born in Westminster, London, was also in the house at the time of the Census.


Victor and Amelia and their son Sidney, (1)
1901 Census Information: PRO RG13 / Piece 58 / Folio 41 / Page 20 / Schedule 127 Address: 3 Adeney Road Civil Parish: Fulham Ecclesiastical Parish: St Clements Parliamentary Borough or Division: Fulham Administrative County: London
There was a visitor to the household at the time of the 1901 Census: Margaret Gore, aged 21, Single, Born North Shield, Northumberland, Domestic Housemaid

Contact: Ken Baldry for more information, 17 Gerrard Road, Islington, London N1 8AY
+44(0)20 7359 6294 but best to e-mail him

URL: Last revised 29/12/2003