M*CH*MORE One Name Study

SOUTHERN SOUTH HAMS

Tree 11. Descendants of Thomas MUCHEMORE
(Thurlestone 174x)

The earliest members of this tree were born and lived in the Bigbury-Ringmore area of South Devon. DNA results suggest that this tree has an origin quite different from any other tree.

In the 19th century, this tree gradually spread out to Brixham, Ilsington and Plymouth. The Brixham branch adopted the surname spelling MITCHMORE, the only case where this variant is still extant in England. (The only other known MITCHMOREs are in Texas.) A narrative history of this MITCHMORE family is available here.

The first members of this tree to leave Devon were John, who moved to Winchester in the 1860s, and his brother William Henry, who moved to London at about the same time. Alfred Edward moved to the London area in the 1890s. The only known emigrant was Ronald Benjamin, who moved to Australia with his family in 1958.  

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Generation 1

Tree 11

Generation 1

Family 1988

head  Thomas MUCHEMORE

b 174x

1769 Thurlestone: 3rd banns read 12Feb for Thomas MUCHAMORE and Cecilia BORYER

m 14Feb1769 Bigbury: Thomas MUCHAMORE ^ Thurlestone; Cecilia BORRYER the younger

bur 13Oct1778 Bigbury, "died 12 Oct" (MITCHAMORE)

sp      Cecilia BORYER

chr 5May1751 Bigbury, "daughter of John & Sisely" (BOWBEER)

m 14Feb1769 Bigbury (BORRYER)

son    John MUCHEMORE

chr 25Apr1769 Thurlestone

bur 19Jul1809 South Milton

son    Thomas MITCHAMORE

chr 13Feb1771 Bigbury

dau    Elizabeth MITCHAMORE

chr 10Aug1773 Bigbury

bur 15Nov1778 Bigbury

son    William MITCHAMORE

chr 30Dec1775 Bigbury

bur 12Nov1778 Bigbury, "died 11 Nov"

son    William MITCHAMORE

chr 10Jan1779 Bigbury

 

 
Generation 2

Tree 11

Generation 2

Family 1989

head  Thomas MITCHAMORE

chr 13Feb1771 Bigbury

?1790 witness with Edward MUCHAMORE to the South Milton marriage of Nathaniel COLE and Agnes WILLS

1794 Bigbury: banns read Aug for Thomas MITCHAMORE, sojourner ^ Newton Ferrers, and Elizabeth BECK

m 22Aug1794 Bigbury (MITCHELMORE)

d 9Feb1837 @ 66; bur Bigbury (MITCHMORE)

bur 12Feb1837 Bigbury @ 66, influenza (MITCHAMORE)

sp      Elizabeth BECK

(b 1768)

m 22Aug1794 Bigbury

d 20Jan1828 @ 60; bur Bigbury (MITCHMORE)

MITCHMORE descendants had a Nile Victory Medal 1798 and a cutlass belonging to William BECK, a relative of Elizabeth personal communication

son    Thomas MITCHELMORE

chr 17Jan1796 Bigbury (MICHAELMORE)

son    John Beck MICHAMORE

chr 13Nov1804 Bigbury

dau    Elizabeth MITCHAMORE

chr 25Dec1811 Bigbury

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Thomas's gravestone

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Elizabeth's gravestone

 
Generation 3

Tree 11

Generation 3

Family 0919

head  Thomas MITCHELMORE

chr 17Jan1796 Bigbury (MICHAELMORE)

m 6Sep1816 Ringmore: Thomas MITCHEMORE, sojourner; Elizabeth WAKEHAM, sojourner, weaver; witness Thomas WAKEHAM

1829 subject to Parish Removal Order from South Pool to South Milton

1841 agricultural labourer @ 40 b Devon ^ Village, Ringmore (Thos MITCHMORE)

184x occupier of house etc on 550 m2 land in Ringmore Early UK population returns

1851 agricultural labourer @ 54 b Bigbury ^ Ringmore

1861 agricultural labourer @ 64 b Bigbury ^ Village, Ringmore

1871 agricultural labourer @ 76 b Bigbury ^ Village Cottage, Ringmore

d 1874.1 Kingsbridge

d 1874 @ 78; bur Bigbury. Named on same memorial: his wife Elizabeth and son John

sp      Elizabeth WAKEHAM

(b 1797) Ringmore

m 6Sep1816 Ringmore

1829 subject to Parish Removal Order from South Pool to South Milton

1841 @ 40 b Devon ^ Village, Ringmore (Elizh MITCHMORE)

1851 @ 54 b Ringmore ^ Ringmore

1861 @ 64 b Ringmore ^ Village, Ringmore

1871 @ 76 b Ringmore ^ Village Cottage, Ringmore

d 11Oct1877 @ 82; bur Bigbury

son    Edward Beck MICHAMORE

chr 19Jan1817 Ringmore

son    Thomas Wakeham MICHAMORE

chr 2Aug1818 Ringmore

d before 1830 [when a brother of the same name was baptised]

dau    Jane Wakeham MICHAMORE

chr 2Apr1820 Ringmore

1841 female servant @ 20 b Devon ^ Village, Ringmore (Jane MITCHMORE); head: Peter RANDLE, farmer

m 1844.3 Ringmore, John FARLEY

m 27Sep1844 Ringmore: John FARLEY, servant @ 24 ^ Ringmore, father Richard FARLEY, fisherman; Jane Wakeham MICHELMORE, servant @ 24 ^ Ringmore, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, husbandman

1851 agricultural labourer wife @ 31 b Ringmore ^ Ringmore with husband & family

dau Sarah Mitchelmore FARLEY

b 1855.4 Kingsbridge

1881 @ 24 b Ringmore ^ Cottage, Ringmore with parents

m 1881.4 Kingsbridge (Sarah Michelmore)

m 9Nov1881 Ringmore: William Henry PEDRICK, labourer @ 24 ^ Ringmore, father William PEDRICK, labourer; Sarah Michelmore FARLEY, dressmaker @ 26 ^ Ringmore, father John FARLEY, labourer

dau    Betsy Wakeham MICHAMORE

chr 5May1822 Ringmore

1841 apprentice @ 15 b Devon ^ Haughton, Bigbury; head: John ADAMS, farmer

1851 unm house servant @ 27 b Ringmore ^ Ringmore Cottages, Ringmore (Elizabeth MITCHELMORE); head: Robert RANDLE, farmer

m 1856.4 Kingsbridge, John YOUNG (Betty Wakeham MICHELMORE)

m 16Oct1856 Ringmore: John YOUNG, sailor @ 31 ^ Ringmore, father William YOUNG, coastguard; Betsy Wakeham MITCHELMORE @ 33 ^ Ringmore, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, labourer

1881 widowed laundress @ 58 b Ringmore ^ Cottage, Ringmore

d 1882.1 Kingsbridge@ 59

dau    Mary Anne MICHAMORE

chr 24Jan1824 Ringmore

d before 1837

dau    Sarah MITCHLEMORE

chr 1Jan1826 Ringmore

1841 female servant @ 15 b Devon ^ Lower Farm, Ringmore (Sarah MITCHMORE); head: John CRIMP, farmer

m 1844.1 Kingsbridge

m 9Feb1844 Ringmore: Thomas BOON, labourer @ 24 ^ Ringmore, father Michael BOON, labourer; Sarah MICHELMORE, servant @ 19 ^ Ringmore, father Thomas MICHELMORE, labourer

1851 @ 25 b Ringmore ^ Ringmore Village with husband Thomas BOON and 3 children, oldest 6

son John Mitchelmore BOON

b 1851.3 Kingsbridge

m 1873.1 Kingsbridge, Kezia Ellen HOOPELL

1881 agricultural labourer @ 29 b Ringmore ^ Sherford (John M)

son James Henry Michelmore BOON

b 1881.4 Kingsbridge (James Henry M)

chr 25Dec1881 Sherford

son James Mitchelmore BOON

b 1884.1 Kingsbridge

d 1884.1 Kingsbridge @ 0

dau Eleanor Louisa Michelmore BOON

b 1885.3 Kingsbridge (Eleanor Louisa M)

chr 11Oct1885 Sherford

1891 agricultural labourer @ 40 b Ringmore ^ Stokenham (John M)

dau Betsy Mitchelmore BOON

b 1854.2 Kingsbridge

1861 @ 6 b Ringmore ^ Ringmore Village with parents (Betsey)

m 1873.2 Kingsbridge, John TRIGGS [1881 fisherman] (Betsey Michelmore BOONE)

1881 @ 26 b Ringmore ^ Cottage, Ringmore (Betsy M)

1891 @ 36 b Ringmore ^ Village, Ringmore (Betsey M)

1901 @ 48 b Ringmore ^ Ringmore (Betsy)

1911 widow @ 58 b Ringmore ^ Ringmore

d 1911.2 Kingsbridge @ 58

1861 agricultural labourer's wife @ 35 b Ringmore ^ Ringmore Village (Betsey)

d 1870.3 Kingsbridge @ 45

dau    Hannah Wakeham MITCHLEMORE

chr 2Dec1827 Ringmore

1841 @ 13 b Devon ^ Village, Ringmore with parents (Hannah MITCHMORE)

m 1846.4 Kingsbridge, Henry HEDGER (Hanna Wakeham MICHELMORE)

m 18Oct1846 Ringmore: Henry HODGE, servant @ 24 ^ Ringmore, father not known; Hannah Wakeham MITCHELMORE, servant @ 19 ^ Ringmore, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, husbandman

1851 agricultural labourers wife @ 23 b Ringmore ^ Village, Ringmore (Hannah WIDGER)

1861 @ 33 b Ringmore ^ Village, Ringmore (Hannah W WIDGER)

1881 wife to agricultural labourer @ 55 b Holbeton ^ Cottage, Ringmore (Hannah W WIDGER)

dau Hannah Mitchelmore WIDGER

b 1856.4 Kingsbridge

1861 @ 4 b Ringmore ^ Village, Ringmore with parents (Hannah)

m 1877.2 Kingsbridge

son    Thomas Wakeham MICHAMORE

chr 21Feb1830 Ringmore

son    John Beck MITCHLEMORE

chr 18Dec1831 Ringmore

1841 @ 9 b Devon ^ Village, Ringmore with parents (John MITCHMORE)

1851 farm labourer @ 19 b Ringmore ^ Middle Farm, Ringmore; head: William MARTIN, farmer (John MITCHELMORE)

d 17May1851 @ 19 yr 5 mo; bur Bigbury (John)

dau    Mary Ann MITCHELMORE

chr 26Feb1837 Ringmore

1841 @ 9 b Devon ^ Village, Ringmore with parents (Mary MITCHMORE)

1851 @ 14 b Ringmore ^ Ringmore with parents

m 1859.4 Plymouth, James TRIGGS [1861 mason]

1861 dressmaker @ 24 b Ringmore ^ Village, Ringmore (Mary A)

1881 @ 44 b Ringmore ^ Cottage, Ringmore

See below for enlargements

Family gravestone in
Bigbury churchyard

Upper part: John. Lower
part
: Thomas & Elizabeth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The date of death on the memorial is not clear.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Betsy's nephew Edward and her cousin George were both employed by the same John ADAMS in 1851.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Despite the two marriage transcriptions, later records show that the Hannah's husband's surname was WIDGER.


Tree 11

Generation 3

Family 0257

head  John Beck MICHAMORE

chr 13Nov1804 Bigbury

m 13Mar1826 Brixham St Mary: John Beck MITCHEMORE; Rachel LANE, sojourner

1841 agricultural labourer @ 35 b Devon ^ Milton Street, Brixham (John MITCHELMORE)

1851 labourer @ 48 b Bigbury ^ Milton Street, Brixham (MITCHELMORE)

1861 lime burner @ 58 b Bigberry ^ Drew Street, Brixham (MITCHELMORE)

d 1866.4 Totnes @ 64 (John B MICHELMORE)

bur 3Oct1866 Brixham St Mary @ 63

sp      Rachel LANE

(b 1799) South Brent

m 13Mar1826 Brixham St Mary

1841 @ 40 b Devon ^ Milton Street, Brixham

1851 @ 51 b Brent ^ Milton Street, Brixham

1861 @ 62 b South Brent ^ Drew Street, Brixham

1871 laborer's widow @ 72 b South Brent ^ Furzeham Hill, Brixham with son John and family (MITCHMORE)

1881 widow @ 82 b South Brent ^ 9 Horsepool, Brixham, with son John and family (MITCHELMORE)

d 1883.2 Totnes @ 85 (MITCHMORE)

bur 24Jun1883 Brixham St Mary @ 85 (MITCHMORE)

dau    Elizabeth MITCHEMORE

chr 17Feb1827 Brixham Wesleyan

1841 not at home

1851 domestic duties @ 24 b Brixham ^ Milton Street, Brixham with parents

dau Mary Elizabeth Mitchelmore COYDE

b 1855.2 Totnes

1861 @ 8 b Brixham ^ Milton Street, Brixham with family (Mary)

d 1880.2 Newton Abbot @ 18 (Mary Elizabeth)

m 1851.4 Totnes

m 20Nov1851 Brixham St Mary: Samuel COYDE, labourer ^ Brixham, father Samuel COYDE, labourer; Elizabeth MITCHEMORE, mantle maker ^ Brixham, father John Beck MITCHEMORE, labourer; witnesses [father] John Beck MITCHEMORE & [sister] Mary Lane MITCHEMORE

dau Mary Elizabeth Mitchelmore COYDE

b 1855.2 Totnes

b 18Mar1855

chr 4Apr1855 Brixham All Saints (Elizabeth Ann Michelmore)

bur 19Mar1858 Brixham St Mary @ 3 (Elizabeth Ann Mitchelmore)

1861 @ 36 b Brixham ^ Milton Street, Brixham (Elizabeth)

son John Mitchelmore COYDE

b 1862.4 Totnes

b 8 Oct 1862

chr 9Nov1862 Brixham All Saints

1881 steam sawyer @ 18 b Brixham with parents

m 1883.3 Totnes, Fanny Mary WOODMAN (John Mitchmore)

m 1Jul1883 Brixham St Mary: John Mitchemore COYDE, laborer @ 21, father Samuel COYDE, laborer; Fanny Mary WOODMAN @ 20, father John WOODMAN, laborer

1891 sawyer @ 28 b Brixham ^ St Mary Square, Brixham (John M)

1901 @ 38 ^ Brixham

1881 @ 54 b Brixham ^ 24 Drew Street, Brixham (Elizabeth)

d 1909.2 Totnes @ 82

son    John Beck MITCHLEMORE

chr 11Oct1829 Brixham St Mary

d before 1836

dau    Mary Lane MITCHLMORE

chr 12Feb1832 Brixham St Mary

1841 @ 9 ^ Milton Street, Brixham with parents

1851 house servant @ 19 b Brixham ^ King Street, Brixham; head: Moses TYRER, shipowner (MITCHELMORE)

m 23Feb1857 Brixham All Saints: Henry SALISBURY, widowed fisherman ^ Lower Brixham, father Henry SALISBURY, fisherman; Mary Jane MITCHELMORE ^ Lower Brixham, father John Beck MITCHELMORE, labourer; witnesses [father/brother] John Beck & [sister-in-law] Ann MICHEMORE

m 1859.1 Totnes (MITCHEMORE)

son John Mitchemore SALSBURY

b 1865.3 Totnes

1881 @ 15 b Brixham ^ Higher Street, Brixham with parents (John)

1891 trawler employee, unm @ 24 b Brixham ^ 4 Higher Street, Brixham with mother

1881 @ 49 b Brixham ^ Higher Street, Brixham (Mary)

1891 widow @59 b Brixham ^ 4 Higher Street, Brixham

son    John Beck MITCHMORE

chr 5Jun1836 Brixham St Mary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary Lane's marriage seems to have been registered very late. But it does appear to be the correct one, since Henry SALSBURY's marriage is recorded on the same register page.


Tree 11

Generation 3

Family 1990

head  Elizabeth MITCHAMORE

chr 25Dec1811 Bigbury

180 ^ Houghton

m 13Apr1830 Bigbury: Samuel EVANS, sojourner; Elizabeth MITCHAMORE; witness Thomas MITCHEMORE

son    George MITCHMORE

chr 14Feb1830 Bigbury

1851 agricultural labourer, servant @ 21 b Bigbury ^ Lower Cumery, Bigbury (George EVANS); head: John ADAMS, farmer. Also in household: his second cousin Edward, also employed by John ADAMS

sp      Samuel EVANS

b 180x

m 13Apr1830 Bigbury, "sojourner"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

George's cousin Betsy was apprenticed to the same John ADAMS in 1841.

 
Generation 4

Tree 11

Generation 4

Family 1056

head  Edward Beck MICHAMORE

chr 19Jan1817 Ringmore

m 1840.1 Kingbridge (MITCHMORE)

m 25Mar1840 Ringmore: Edward MICHMORE, labourer @ 23 ^ Ringmore, father Thomas MITCHMON, labourer; Maria FOX @ 21 ^ Ringmore, father William FOX, cordwainer

1841 agricultural labourer @ 20 b Devon ^ Village, Ringmore (Edwd MITCHMORE)

184x occupier of a cottage etc. on 304 m2 land in Ringmore (Edward) Early UK population returns

1848 labourer ^ Howton, Bigbury (MITCHLEMORE)

1851 agricultural labourer @ 34 b Ringmore ^ Bigbury (MITCHMORE)

1861 agricultural labourer @ 42 b Ringmore ^ Bigbury Village (MITCHELMORE). Also in household: Jane WAKEHAM @ 35 and Alice WAKEHAM @ 12 (Edward)

1871 agricultural labourer @ 54 b Ringmore ^ No. 1 Bigbury Village, Bigbury (MITCHELMORE)

1881 agricultural labourer @ 62 b Ringmore ^ Bigbury (MITCHELMORE)

1891 widowed agricultural labourer @ 73 ^ Newquay, Bigbury with son Thomas (MITCHELMORE)

d 1892.3 Kingsbridge @ 76 (MITCHELMORE)

sp      Maria FOX

chr 24Jan1819 Modbury, "daughter of William & Phillipa"

m 1840.1 Kingbridge

m 25Mar1840 Ringmore (Mari FON)

1841 @ 20 b Devon ^ Village, Ringmore (MITCHMORE)

1851 @ 32 b Modbury ^ Bigbury

1861 @ 40 b Modbury ^ Bigbury Village

1871 @ 52 b Modbury ^ Bigbury Village

1881 @ 60 b Modbury ^ Bigbury Village

d 1884.1 Kingsbridge @ 62

son    Edward MITCHELMORE

(b 1839) Modbury

son    Edwin MITCHELMORE

b 1842.3 Kingsbridge

son    Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1845.3 Kingsbridge

son    John MITCHELMORE

b 1848.1 Kingsbridge

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1852.4 Kingsbridge

dau    Betty Wakeham MITCHELMORE

b 1856.4 Kingsbridge


Tree 11

Generation 4

Family 1046

head  Thomas Wakeham MICHAMORE

chr 21Feb1830 Ringmore

1841 @ 11 b Devon ^ Village, Ringmore with parents (Thos MITCHMORE)

1851 unm outdoor servant @ 19 b Ringmore ^ Village Well, Broadhempston; head: John BLACKLER, landed proprietor

m 1856.1 Newton Abbot [also indexed as  Thomas Wacomb MICHELMORE]

m 15Jan1856 Bickington: Thomas Wacomb MITCHELMORE, labourer ^ Bickington, father Thomas MICHELMORE, labourer; Susanna SMERDON ^ Bickington, father John SMERDON, parish clerk

1861 @ 30 b Ringmore ^ Howton , Highweek (Thomas W MITCHELMORE)

1863, 1866 labourer ^ Houghton

1870 cider retailer ^ South Knighton, Ilsington (Thomas MITCHELMORE) UK street & trade directories

1871 labourer @ 42 b Ringmore ^ South Knighton, Ilsington (Thomas)

27Aug1872 ^ South Knighton: issued licence to sell beer and cider at his premises in South Knighton, Ilsington (Thomas MITCHELMORE) UK legal documents

1878-79 beerhouse and cowkeeper ^ South Knighton, Ilsington (Thomas MICHELMORE) UK street & trade directories

1881 farmer of 19 acres & innkeeper @ 50 b Ringmore ^ Knighton, Ilsington (Thomas MITCHMORE)

1889 cider merchant ^ South Knighton, Ilsington (Thomas) UK street & trade directories

1891 labourer @ 61 b Ringmore ^ South Ilsington (Thomas MICHELMORE). Also in household: his granddaughter Edith Jane DENBY @ 9 b Ilsington [his daughter Susan's daughter]

20Mar1894 dairyman ^ Ilsington: at Newton police court, find 1 10s for possessing unstamped weights (Thomas MICHELMORE) UK legal documents

d 1896.1 Newton Abbot @ 66

d 26Mar1896 South Knighton @ 66 (Thomas MICHELMORE) UK newspaper announcements

bur 31Mar1896 Bickington personal communication

d 22Mar1896 South Knighton, Ilsington: retired innkeeper; letter of administration granted 22Feb1897 Exeter to [son] Albert MITCHELMORE, dairyman, estate 22 1s 8d UK wills & probates

sp      Susanna SMERDON

(b 1825) Bickington

m 1856.1 Newton Abbot

m 15Jan1856 Bickington

1861 @ 36 b Bickington ^ Howton , Highweek

1871 @ 46 b Bickington ^ South Knighton, Ilsington (Susan)

1881 farmers wife @ 56 b Bickington ^ Knighton, Ilsington ( MITCHMORE)

1891 @ 66 b Bickington ^ South Ilsington

1901 @ 77 b [not stated] ^  Jolly Sailor Inn, Bickington with daughter Susan(Susan)

d 1909.1 Newton Abbot @ 84

d 14Feb1909 Bickington @ 84 UK newspaper announcements

bur 19Feb1909 Bickington personal communication

son    Albert J MITCHELMORE

b 1856.4 Newton Abbot

dau    Susan MITCHELMORE

b 1860.1 Newton Abbot

1861 @ 1 b Highweek ^ Horrton, Highweek

1871 scholar @ 11 b Highweek ^ South Knighton, Ilsington with parents (WHITCHMORE)

m 1879.4 Newton Abbot, John DENLEY

1881 @ 21 b Highweek ^ Furzemans Cottage, Ilsington

1891 @ 31 b Highweek ^ Rising Sun public house, Torbryan

1901 @ 41 b Highweek ^ Jolly Sailor inn, Bickington

1911 @ 51 b Highweek ^ Jolly Sailor inn, Bickington

d 27Jan1933 personal communication

bur Jul1934 Bickington personal communication

dau    Emma MITCHELMORE

b 1863.2 Newton Abbot

b 14Mar1863

chr 26Apr1863 Highweek (MICHELMORE)

1871 scholar @ 8 b Highweek ^ South Knighton, Ilsington with parents

1881 dressmaker @ 18 b Highweek ^ Knighton, Ilsington with parents (MITCHMORE)

m 1881.3 Newton Abbot

m 22Sep1881 Ilsington: William WILLCOCKS, baker @ 23 ^ South Knighton, father George WILLCOCKS, farmer ; Emma MITCHELMORE @ 18 ^ South Knighton, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, farmer

m 22Sep1881 Ilsington

d 14Apr1926 Church House, Bickington personal communication

bur Apr1926 Bickington personal communication

son    Elias MITCHELMORE

b 1866.1 Newton Abbot

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas's marriage certificate gives his name as Thomas Wacomb MICHELMORE, but he signed as Thomas Wakeham MITCHELMORE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Thomas's estate would have been equivalent to about 10,000 today.


Tree 11

Generation 4

Family 0064

head  John Beck MITCHMORE

chr 5Jun1836 Brixham St Mary (John Back)

1841 @ 5 b Devon ^ Milton Street, Brixham with parents (John MITCHELMORE)

1851 @ 14 b Brixham ^ Milton Street, Brixham with parents (John MITCHELMORE)

m 1856.3 Totnes (John MITCHELMORE)

m 5Aug1856 Brixham St Mary: John MITCHEMORE, wheelwright @ 20 ^ Brixham, father John MITCHEMORE, labourer; Ann TUCKER @ 19 ^ Brixham, father James TUCKER, labourer; witness [sister-in-law] Mary Jane TUCKER

1861 wheelwright @ 24 b Brixham ^ Drew Street, Brixham, same building as his father John (MITCHELMORE)

1871 foreman at paint works @ 34 b Brixham ^ Furzeham Hill, Brixham (John B)

1881 wheelwright @ 45 b Brixham ^ 9 Horsepool, Brixham (John B). Also in household: his widowed mother Rachel

3Sep1885 caught his leg in some machinery while working at the Paint Workds near Gulwell Bridge; his wife cut the driving belt but the injured limb had to be amputated (John) UK life events

1891 wheelwright, cripple @ 55 b Brixham ^ Frogwell Lane, Brixham (John)

1901 retired cooper @ 65 b Brixham ^ Drew Street, Brixham (John)

d 1902.2 Totnes @ 66

bur 14May1902 Brixham St Mary @ 66

sp      Ann TUCKER

b 1838.1 Kingsbridge

m 1856.3 Totnes

m 5Aug1856 Brixham St Mary

1861 @ 23 b Blackawton ^ Drew Street, Brixham

1871 @ 33 b Blackawton ^ Furzeham Hill, Brixham

1881 @ 43 b Blackawton ^ 9 Horsepool, Brixham

1891 shopkeeper, invalid @ 54 b Blackawton ^ Frogwell Lane, Brixham

1901 @ 64 b Blackawton ^ Brixham

1911 old age pensioner, widow @ 73 b Blackawton ^ Eden Villa, Knick Knack, Brixham with family of William & Sarah Ann CHIVERS (Ann)

d 1920.1 Totnes @ 82

son    John Thomas MICHELMORE

b 1858.3 Totnes

 
Generation 5

Tree 11

Generation 5

Family 0403

head  Edward MITCHELMORE

(b 1839) Modbury

1841 @ 1 b Devon ^ Village, Ringmore with parents (Edwd MITCHMORE)

chr 30Nov1848 Bigbury @ 9

1851 agricultural labourer, servant @ 11 b Modbury ^ Lower Cumery, Bigbury; head: John ADAMS, farmer. Also in household: his second cousin George EVANS, also employed by John ADAMS

1861 unm carter @ 21 b Modbury ^ Back Lane, Modbury; head: Betsy FOX, widow

m 1866.3 Plymouth (MICHAMORE)

1871 formerly laundress [sic] @ 45 b Plymouth ^ 7 Mount Street, Plymouth Charles

1881 quarryman @ 42 b Bigbury ^ 13 Salem Street , Plymouth Charles

1891 agricultural labourer @ 63 b Modbury ^ 9 Moon Lane, Plymouth Charles (E); head: Susan CROCKER, living on own means

1901 @ 66 [sic] b Modbury ^ 8 Mount Street , Plymouth (Edwin)

d 1903.3 St Thomas @ 63

bur 3Aug1903 Exminster Asylum Cemetery @ 63 ^ Devon County Asylum

sp      Betsy FOX

chr 5Feb1829 Modbury, "base child of Mary Ann” (Elisabeth)

m 1866.3 Plymouth (Elizabeth)

1871 tailoress @ 37 b Stonehouse ^ 7 Mount Street, Plymouth Charles (Bessy)

1881 @ 48 b Modbury ^ 13 Salem Street, Plymouth Charles

1891 @ 66 b Modbury ^ 9 Moon Lane, Plymouth Charles (B)

1901 @ 75 b Modbury ^ Plymouth

d 1909.3 Plymouth @ 88 (Betsy MITCHELMORE)

 

Edward was baptised at the same ceremony as his brothers Edwin, Thomas and John.

 

Edward's aunt Betsy was an apprentice to the same John ADAMS in 1841.

 

 

The 1871 census entry has been heavily corrected and is difficult to read.

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is not known if there was any relationship between Betsy and the Maria FOX who married Edward's father Edward.


Tree 11

Generation 5

Family 0010

head  Edwin MITCHELMORE

b 1842.3 Kingsbridge

chr 30Nov1848 Bigbury @ 6

1851 @ 8 b Bigbury ^ Bigbury with parents (MITCHMORE)

1861 unm shoemaker @ 18 b Bigbury ^ Bigbury Village with parents

m 1869.1 Kingsbridge

m 30Mar1869 Bigbury: Edwin MITCHELMORE, shoemaker ^ Bigbury, father Edward MITCHELMORE, labourer; Mary Jane STONE @ 15 ^ Averton Gifford, father Robert Lithidge STONE, labourer; witness [father] Robert Lithidge STONE

1871 shoemaker @ 28 b Modbury ^ Bigbury Village with parents

1881 general labourer @ 38 b Bigbury ^ Bigbury Village

1891 shoemaker, sole head @ 48 ^ Higher Stadbury, Aveton Gifford

1901 shoemaker, sole head @ 58 b Bigbury ^ St Anns Chapel, Bigbury

d 1910.2 Plymouth @ 76

sp      Mary Jane STONE

(b 1854) Aveton Gifford

m 1869.1 Kingsbridge

m 30Mar1869 Bigbury

1871 @ 16 b Holland [sic] ^ Village, Aveton Gifford with parents Robert and Elizabeth STONE (Mary)

1881 @ 26 b Aveton Gifford ^ Bigbury Village (Mary J)

1891 charwoman @ 37 b Aveton Gifford ^ Holwell, Bigbury with daughter Elizabeth (Mary J)

1901 charwoman @ 46 b Aveton Gifford ^ Plymouth with son William

1911 widow @ 56 b Aveton Gifford ^ 18 Clarement Street, Plymouth (M J)

d 1925.4 Plymouth @ 71 (Mary J)

son    William MITCHELMORE

b 1870.1 Kingsbridge

b 1Jan1870 Aveton Gifford Royal Navy records

1871 @ 1 b Aveton Gifford ^ Village, Aveton Gifford with mother and grandparents

1881 admitted to Erne & Avon School, Ringmore UK life events

1881 scholar @ 10 b Aveton Gifford ^ Bigbury Village with parents

RN seaman Royal Navy records

1901 stoker of HM Navy @ 30 b Aveton Gifford ^ Plymouth with mother

1911 navy pensioner @ 40 b Aveton Gifford ^ 18 Clarement Street, Plymouth with mother

1939 @ 69 ^ Plymouth. Also in household: Alice [Tree 01]

d 1940.1 Plymouth @ 70

dau    Annie Beatrice MITCHELMORE

b 1873.3 Kingsbridge

b 5Sep1873 Bigbury UK life events

1881 admitted to Erne & Avon School, Ringmore (Annie) UK life events

1881 scholar @ 7 b Bigbury ^ Bigbury Village with parents (Annie B)

1891 general servant @ 17 b Bigbury ^ Court Farm, Bigbury

1901 housekeeper domestic servant @ 27 b Bigbury ^ Plymouth; head: George JACKSON

m 1910.2 Plymouth

m 18Jun1910 Plymouth Charles, William George BARTLETT

dau    Elizabeth Emily MITCHELMORE

b 1875.4 Kingsbridge

b 9Nov1875 Bigbury UK life events

1881 admitted to Erne & Avon School, Ringmore (Emily) UK life events

1881 scholar @ 5 b Bigbury ^ Bigbury Village with parents (Elizabeth E)

1891 scholar @ 15 b Bigbury ^ Holwell, Bigbury with mother (Elizabeth E)

m 1897.3 Plymouth

m 25Sep1897 Plymouth Charles: Ernest Cecil TINGLEY, labourer @ 22 ^ 5 Hampton Cottages, Regent Street, father Henry TINGLEY, labourer; Emily Elizabeth MITCHELMORE @ 21 ^ 19 Leigham Terrace, father Edwin MITCHELMORE, shoemaker; witnesses [siblings] William & Annie Beatrice MITCHELMORE

 

 

Edwin was baptised at the same ceremony as his brothers Edward, Thomas and John.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Erne & Avon School has William's date of birth recorded as 1Jan1871.


Tree 11

Generation 5

Family 0009

head  Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1845.3 Kingsbridge

chr 30Nov1848 Bigbury @ 6

1851 @ 5 b Bigbury ^ Bigbury with parents (MITCHMORE)

1861 farm servant @ 15 b Bigbury ^ Mount Folly, Bigbury; head: Robert HOOPPELL, farmer

1871 servant @ 25 b Bigbury ^ Hingston, Bigbury; head: Thomas APRIL

m 1875.4 Plymouth

1875 ^ 5 Sutton or Fulton Street, Plymouth personal communication

1876 labourer ^ 10 Commerical Street, Plymouth

1881 agricultural labourer @ 35 b Bigbury ^ Bigbury Village

1883 farm labourer ^ Bigbury

1891 agricultural labourer @ 45 ^ Newquay, Bigbury

1901 general labourer @ 55 b Bigbury ^ 8 Collingwood Avenue, Plymouth Sutton. Also in household: grandson William

sp      Elizabeth Ann STEPHENS

b 1853.1 Liskeard

m1 1875.4 Plymouth, MITCHELMORE

1875 ^ 7 Moon Street, Plymouth personal communication

1881 @ 28 b Cornwall ^ Bigbury Village

1891 @ 40 b Lancellos, Cornwall ^ Newquay, Bigbury

1901 @ 50 b Polperro, Cornwall ^ 8 Collingwood Avenue, Plymouth Sutton (Bessie)

1911 @ 60 b Polpero ^ Cape Cottage, Woolster Street, Plymouth with daughter Amy and her family

m2 26Jan1913 St George the Martyr, Queens Square, Southwark: John Fergus STOCKLEY, painter @ 62, widower ^ 164 Queens Building, Southwark Bridge Road, father John STOCKLEY (deceased), shoe maker; Elizabeth Ann MITCHMORE @ 62, widow ^ 164 Queens Building, Southwark Bridge Road, father John STEPHENS (deceased), labourer; witnesses Edward STOCKLEY, [son] Alfred E S MITCHELMORE

son    John Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1876.3 Plymouth

son    Charles Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1879.1 Kingsbridge

dau    Bessie Maud MITCHELMORE

b 1881.3 Kingsbridge

1891 scholar @ 10 b Bigbury ^ Newquay, Bigbury with parents (Bessie M)

1901 general servant @ 19 b Bigbury ^ 8 Collingwood Avenue, Plymouth Sutton with parents (Maud)

m1 1902.2 Plymouth

m2 1904.3 Plymouth

m2 30Jul1904 Plymouth St Jude, William George WAY

son    Alfred Edward Stephens MITCHELMORE

b 1883.3 Kingsbridge (Alfred Edward S)

dau    Amy Maria MITCHELMORE

b 1885.3 Kingsbridge

1891 @ 6 b Bigbury ^ Newquay, Bigbury with parents (Amy M)

1901 housemaid domestic servant @ 16 b Bigbury ^ Plymouth (Amy M); head: Francis LANE

m1 1904.4 Plymouth

m2 1905.2 Plymouth (Amy)

m2 15Apr1905 Plymouth St John: Frederick SUSSEX, corporal RMLT @ 25 ^ Stonehouse, father Frederick SUSSEX (dec'd), labourer; Amy MITCHELMORE @ 19 ^ 92 Embankment Road, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, labourer; witness [sister-in-law] Janie MITCHELMORE

m3 1909.3 Plymouth, John Henry BAILEY

1911 @ 25 b Bigbury ^ Cape Cottage, Woolster Street, Plymouth. Also in household: her mother Ann

 

 

Thomas was baptised at the same ceremony as his brothers Edward, Edwin and John.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth may have been the servant who, in 1871, was working alongside Thomas's brother John at St Faith, Winchester.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It appears that Bessie and William married in a register office in 1902 and then re-married in church in 1904.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It appears that Amy and Frederick also married in a register office and then later in church.


Tree 11

Generation 5

Family 0119

head  John MITCHELMORE

(b 1848) Bigbury

b 1848.1 Kingsbridge

chr 30Nov1848 Bigbury @ 6

1851 @ 2 b Bigbury ^ Bigbury with parents (MITCHMORE)

1861 servant, plough driver @ 13 b Bigbury ^ Easton, Bigbury; head: John BENBOW, farmer

1871 servant @ 23 b Bigbury ^ Edgar Road, St Faith [Winchester], Hampshire; head: James T STOUSSEMAYNE DU BOULEY, schoolmaster

m 1874.2 Mile End

m 14Apr1874 St Philip, Stepney: John MITCHELMORE, butler @ 26 ^ 65 Nelson Street; father Edward MITCHELMORE, bailiff; Mary Ann SELFE @ 19 ^ 65 Nelson Street; father Charles SELFE, coachman; witness: Elizabeth SELFE

1881 married butler domestic @ 33 b Bigbury ^ 18 Edgar Road, St Faith, Winchester; head: James T H DU BOULAY, clergyman and schoolmaster [at Winchester College]

1891 waiter, servant @ 41 b Bigbury ^ 34 Clarges Street, St George Hanover Square, London

1894 waiter

1912 deceased butler

sp      Mary Ann SELFE

(b 1855) Hursley, Hampshire

m 1874.2 Mile End

m 14Apr1874 St Philip, Stepney

1881 married @ 26, b Horsley ^ 10 North Walls, Winchester

1891 married @ 36 b Hursley ^ 35 Hyde Close, St Bartholomew Hyde, Hampshire

1900-1913 nurse ^ 31 Lower Stockbridge Road, Winchester (Mrs MICHELMORE) UK street & trade directories

1901 married monthly nurse @ 46 b Hursley ^ Wolvesey, St Peter Colebrook, Southampton; head: William CARDEY

1911 grocer's housekeeper @ 56 b Hursley ^ Messr Geo Underwood, 126 High Street, Winchester (Mary)

d 1935.4 Winchester @ 80 (Mary A)

d 4Oct1935 1 St Pauls Hill, Winchester @ 80; widow of John MITCHELMORE, occupation unknown; cause senility; informant: daughter Dorothy EADES

son    Edward Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1874.3 Droxford

son    Ernest George MITCHELMORE

(b 1878) Winchester

1881 scholar @ 4 b Winchester ^ 10 North Walls, Winchester with mother

d 1881.4 Winchester @ 3

son    Frederick Percy MITCHELMORE

b 1879.1 Winchester

son    Wilfred John MITCHELMORE

b 1881.3 Winchester (Wilfred J)

dau    Dorothy Isobel M MITCHELMORE

b 1888.1 Winchester

1891 @ 3 b Winchester ^ 35 Hyde Close, St Bartholomew Hyde, Hampshire with mother (Dorothy M S)

1901 @ 13 b Winchester ^ 31 Lower Stokebridge Road, Weeke Within, Southampton with aunt Charlotte [her mother's sister] and uncle George MARLOW (Dorothy I M)

1911 assistant sales woman @ 24 b Winchester ^ 22 Corn Market Street, Oxford

m 1914.4 Brighton, Augustus L EADES (Dorothy I N)

5Oct1935 informant of mother's death ^ 63 Shaftbury Ave, Southampton

 

 

 

John was baptised at the same ceremony as his brothers Edward, Edwin and Thomas.

 

An Elizabeth STEPHENS was also a servant at St Faith in 1871possibly John's brother Thomas's future wife.

 

 

 

 

 

In 1891, John was living in the same street as his son Edward. He appears to have separated from his wife by this time.


Tree 11

Generation 5

Family 0416

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1851.4 Kingsbridge

1861 @ 8 b Bigbury ^ Bigbury Village with parents

1871 footman @ 18 b Bigbury ^ The Grove, Lymington, Hampshire; head: Adaline E S HARDING (Wm Hy)

m 1874.4 Southampton

m 12Dec1874 Christ Church, Southampton: William Henry MITCHELMORE, servant ^ Wilton Crescent, London, father Edward MITCHELMORE, labourer; Charlotte Lydia ALLUM ^ 17 Lower Princes Street, father John ALLUM, woodman; witness [sister-in-law] Mary Ann MICHELMORE

1881 butler (dom) @ 29 b Bigbury ^ 35 Vachel Road, Reading

1891 general domestic servant @ 39 b Bigbury ^ 13 The Avenue, Beckenham, Kent (William H)

1901 gardener domestic @ 49 b Bigbury ^ Holmbush Cottage, Seale, Surrey (William H)

1911 under gardener domestic @ 58 b Bigbury ^ Seale Hill , Farnham

d 1922.4 Farnham @ 69 (William H)

bur 7Oct1922 Seale @ 69

d 3Oct1922 Seale Lodge Cottages, Seale, Sussex: letter of administration granted 29Jan1923 to Charlotte Lydia MITCHELMORE, widow, estate 447 4s 0d UK wills & probates

sp      Charlotte Lydia ALLUM

b 1855.1 Bradfield

m 1874.4 Southampton

m 12Dec1874 Christ Church, Southampton

1881 @ 26 b Bradfield ^ 35 Vachel Road, Reading (Charlotte M)

1891 general domestic servant @ 36 b Bradfield ^ 13 The Avenue, Beckenham, Kent (Charlotte L)

1901 needlewoman @ 46 b Bradfield ^ Holmbush Cottage, Seale, Surrey (Charlotte L)

1911 @ 58 b Bradfield ^ Seale Hill , Farnham

d 1932.4 Farnham @ 77

bur 19Nov1932 Seale @ 77

d 17Nov1932 Seale Lodge Cottages, Seale, Surrey: widow; probate granted 25Nov1932 London to Charlotte Maria MITCHELL (wife of Henry Thomas MITCHELL), estate 63 10s 8d UK wills & probates

dau    Charlotte Maria MITCHELMORE

b 1875.1 Kingsbridge

1881 @ 6 b Bigbury ^ 35 Vachel Road, Reading St Lawrence with parents

1901 @ 26 b Bigbury ^ Holmbush Cottage, Seale, Surrey with parents (Charlotte M)

m 1908.2 Chelsea, Henry Thomas MITCHELL

m 29Apr1908 St Luke, Chelsea: Henry Thomas MITCHELL, butler @ 39 ^ 35 Lennox Gardens, father William MITCHELL (deceased), butler; Charlotte Maria MITCHELMORE @ 33 ^ 35 Lennox Gardens, father William MITCHELMORE, gardener; witnesses [parents] William Henry & Charlotte Lydia MITCHELMORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, William's estate would have been equivalent to about 60,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Charlotte's estate would have been equivalent to about 12,000 today.


Tree 11

Generation 5

Family 1052

head  Albert J MITCHELMORE

b 1856.4 Newton Abbot (Albert)

1861 @ 4 b Highweek ^ Horrton, Highweek with parents (Albert)

1871 scholar @ 14 b Highweek ^ South Knighton, Ilsington with parents (Albert)

1881 farmers son @ 18 b Highweek ^ Knighton, Ilsington with parents (MITCHMORE)

m 1882.3 Newton Abbot (Albert)

m 10Aug1882 Bickington: Albert MITCHELMORE, gardener ^ Ilsington, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, farmer; Henrietta Eva COUCH ^ Bickington, father William COUCH, shoemaker

1889-1902 farmer ^ South Knighton, Ilsington (Albert) UK street & trade directories

1891 farmer @ 35 b Highweek ^ South Ilsington (Albert)

1897 dairyman (Albert)

1901 farmer @ 44 b Highweek ^ Farm House, Ilsington (Albert)

1906-1919 journeyman gardener ^ 39 Parr Street, Exeter (Albert) UK street & trade directories

1911 jobbing gardener, widower @ 54 b Highweek ^ 39 Parr Street, Exeter (Albert)

d 1934.4 Exeter @ 78 (Albert)

d Oct1934: gardener ^ 39 Parr Street, Exeter (Albert) UK newspaper announcements

bur 14Oct1934 Exeter Higher Cemetery @ 78 ^ St Matthew (Albert)

bur 1934 Exeter Higher Cemetery (Albert) UK newspaper announcements

d 10Oct1934 39 Parr Street, Exeter: probate granted 23Oct1934 Exeter to John TOWILL, insurance agent, estate 445 10s 9d UK wills & probates

sp      Henrietta COUCH

(b 1854) Ilsington

m 1882.3 Newton Abbot

m 10Aug1882 Bickington

1891 @ 37 b Ilsington ^ South Ilsington

1901 @ 48 b Ilsington ^ Farm House, Ilsington

d 1907.1 Exeter @ 53

bur 16Feb1907 Exeter Higher Cemetery @ 53 ^ St Matthew

son    Percy MITCHELMORE

b 1883.2 Newton Abbot

dau    Margaret May MITCHELMORE

b 1885.4 Newton Abbot

1891 scholar @ 5 b Ilsington ^ South Ilsington with parents

1901 @ 15 b Ilsington ^ Farm House, Ilsington with parents (Margaret M)

1911 confectioner shop assistant, boarder @ 25 b Ilsington ^ 3 Quay Road, Newton Abbot; head: William AMOS, retired foreman, Great Western Railway boiler brick

d 1912.2 Exeter @ 26 (Margaret M)

bur 16May1912 Exeter Higher Cemetery @ 26 ^ St Matthew

dau    Violet MITCHELMORE

b 1887.2 Newton Abbot

1891 @ 4 b Ilsington ^ South Ilsington with parents

1901 @ 14 b Ilsington ^ Farm House, Ilsington with parents

1911 @ 24 b Ilsington ^ 39 Parr Street, Exeter with father

d 1918.1 St Thomas @ 30

bur 16Jan1918 Exeter Higher Cemetery @ 30 ^ St Matthew

dau    Janet Hilda MITCHELMORE

b 1889.3 Newton Abbot

b 19Jul1889 Ilsington UK life events

1891 @ 1 b Ilsington ^ South Ilsington with parents

1894 admitted to Bickington Church of England School (Janet) UK life events

1901 @ 11 b Ilsington ^ Farm House, Ilsington with parents (Janet H)

d 1906.3 Exeter @ 17 (MITCHELLMORE)

bur 28Jul1906 Exeter Higher Cemetery @ 17 ^ St Matthew

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Albert's estate would have been equivalent to about 70,000 today.


Tree 11

Generation 5

Family 0439

head  Elias MITCHELMORE

b 1866.1 Newton Abbot

b 15Jan1866

chr 25Feb1866 Highweek (MICHELMORE)

1871 scholar @ 5 b Highweek ^ South Knighton, Ilsington with parents

1881 scholar @ 15 b Highweek ^ Knighton, Ilsington with parents (MITCHMORE)

m 1890.4 Exeter

m 6Dec1890 Exeter St Sidwell: Elias MITCHELMORE, gardener @ 24 ^ Elsington, father farmer Thomas MITCHELMORE; Mary Jane WAY @ 24 ^ 7 Paris Street, father labourer George WAY; witnesses Alfred and Eliza Ann WAY

1891 coachman & gardener @ 25 b Highweek parish ^ The Rock, Ilsington

1901 innkeeper & gardener @ 35 b Highweek ^ New Inn, Ilsington

1902-1919 innkeeper ^ New Inn, Ilsington UK street & trade directories

1911 innkeeper @ 45 b Highweek ^ New Inn, Ilsington

d 1935.1 Newton Abbot @ 69

d 3Mar1935 @ 69 ^ Murley Lodge, Bishopsteignton: formerly licensee of the New Inn, Ilsington, afterwards resided at Holbroak, Ilsington UK newspaper announcements

d 3Mar1935 Murley Lodge, Bishopsteignton: probate granted 29Apr1935 London to [son] Edgar MITCHELMORE, poultry farmer, estate 1273 4s 11d UK wills & probates

sp      Mary Jane WAY

(b 1866) Winkleigh

m 1890.4 Exeter

m 6Dec1890 Exeter St Sidwell

1891 @ 24 b Chittlehamholt ^ The Rock, Ilsington (Mary)

1901 @ 34 b Winkleigh ^ New Inn, Ilsington (Mary J)

1911 assisting in business @ 44 b Winkleigh ^ New Inn, Ilsington (Mary)

1935 ^ Murley Lodge, Bishopsteignton UK wills & probates

1939 @ 73 ^ Newton Abbot (Mary J)

d 1956.2 Newton Abbot @ 87

son    Edgar MITCHELMORE

b 1891.4 Newton Abbot

b 29Jul1891 personal communication

chr 5Nov1891 Ilsington personal communication

1897 admitted to Bickington Church of England School UK life events

1901 @ 9 b Ilsington ^ New Inn, Ilsington with parents

1911 assisting in business @ 19 b Ilsington ^ New Inn, Ilsington with parents

1935 poultry farmer UK wills & probates

1939 @ 48 ^ Newton Abbot with mother

d 1958.4 Newton Abbot @ 67

d [24Oct1958]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Elias's estate would have been equivalent to about 240,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bickington Church of England School has Edgar's birth date recorded as 29Jul1893, clearly an error.


Tree 11

Generation 5

Family 0436

head  John Thomas MICHELMORE

b 1858.3 Totnes

b 1Jul1858

chr 25Jul1858 Brixham St Mary

1861 @ 2 b Brixham ^ Drew Street, Brixham with parents

1871 scholar @ 12 b Brixham ^ Brixham with parents

1881 carpenter @ 23 b Brixham ^ 9 Horsepool with parents (John T)

m 1886.1 Newton Abbot (MITCHMORE)

m 9Feb1886 Ashburton: John Thomas MITCHELMORE, carpenter @ 27 ^ Brixham, father John MITCHMORE, wheelwright; Sarah Jane WEBBER @ 20 ^ Ashburton, father John WEBBER, labourer

1891 carpenter @ 32 b Brixham ^ 5 Parkham Cottages, Brixham (John MITCHMORE)

1895 moved to Staverton to help build new cider factory at Hillcroft personal communication

1895-1907 carpenter ^ Alms Houses, Staverton

1901 journeyman carpenter @ 43 b Brixham ^ Alms Houses, Staverton (MITCHMORE)

1911 carpenter @ 52 b Brixham ^ Hill Croft, Staverton (John)

d 1921.2 Totnes @ 62 (John T)

bur 1921 Staverton personal communication

sp      Sarah Jane WEBBER

b 1865.3 Totnes

1881 general servant (domestic) @ 15 b Staverton ^ Tidwell Farm House; head: Thomas HEYWARD, farmer

m 1886.1 Newton Abbot

m 9Feb1886 Ashburton

1891 @ 26 b Brixham ^ 5 Parkham Cottages, Brixham (Sarah MITCHMORE)

1901 @ 36 b Staverton ^ Alms Houses, Staverton (Sarah Jane)

1911 @ 46 b Staverton ^ Hill Croft, Staverton (Sarah)

became mentally ill following death of brother, son and husband 1915-1921, cared for by daughter Ada until she died and then by Annie until Sarah had to be admitted to hospital personal communication

1939 @ 73 ^ Totnes (Jane S MITCHMORE)

d 1956.1 Devon Central @ 91 (Sarah J)

died in Exminster mental hospital personal communication

bur 1956 Staverton personal communication

dau    Annie Maud MITCHMORE

b 1886.4 Totnes

b 1Nov1886

chr 10Feb1887 Brixham St Mary

1891 scholar @ 4 b Brixham ^ 5 Parkham Cottages, Brixham (Ann)

8Sep1899 admitted to Brixham National School, previously at Higher Brixham School (Annie) UK life events

1901 servant domestic @ 14 b Brixham ^ Alms Houses, Staverton with parents

1911 general servant domestic @ 24 b Brixham ^ Maisonetta, St Marychurch (Annie MITCHEMORE); head: Thomas ROBERTSON, captain RN retired

m 1911.4 Newton Abbot

m 191x, Charles SMITH personal communication

husband died 1927, returned to Hillcroft about 1946 to care for her mother, later returned to Torquay personal communication

died about 1981 in a nursing home personal communication

son    Alfred John MITCHMORE

b 1889.1 Totnes

dau    Edith May MITCHMORE

b 1891.2 Totnes

b 26May1891

chr 28Jan1892 Brixham St Mary (MITCHELMORE)

d 1892.1 Totnes @ 0

bur 7Mar1892 Brixham St Mary @ 9 mo

son    Herbert Henry MITCHMORE

b 1893.2 Totnes

son    William Ernest MITCHMORE

b 1895.2 Totnes

known as Ern personal communication

chr 8Sep1895 Landscove

1901 @ 5 b Staverton ^ Alms Houses, Staverton with parents

1911 journeyman baker @ 15 b Staverton ^ Hill Croft, Staverton with parents (Ernest)

25Jul1915 Private 10776 Devonshire Regiment: posted to France; awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (William E) British Army records

d 26Sep1915: private 10776 8th Battalion, Devonshire Regiment @ 20, son of Mr and Mrs J T MITCHMORE, "Hill Croft", Staverton, Devon British Army records

died in the Battle of Loos, part of the Artois-Loos campaign; no known grave, commemorated on the Loos Memorial and on the Staverton War Memorial personal communication

dau    Lily May MITCHMORE

b 1897.1 Totnes

known as Lilian

chr 9May1897 Staverton (Lily Maye)

1901 @ 4 b Staverton ^ Alms Houses, Staverton with parents

1911 housework @ 14 b Staverton ^ Hill Croft, Staverton with parents (Lilly)

worked in service, moved to Upper Slaughter, Gloucestershire, with her employer personal communication

m 1925.3 Stow-on-the-Wold, Frederick Thomas DYER

lived the rest of her life in Gloucestershire personal communication

d 9Feb1984, bur Upper Slaughter. Named on the same memorial: her husband Frederick DYER

son    Sydney George MITCHMORE

b 1898.3 Totnes

d 1899.1 Totnes @ 0

dau    Ida Mabel MITCHMORE

b 1900.4 Totnes

chr 14Mar1901 Staverton

1901 @ 2 mo b Staverton ^ Alms Houses, Staverton with parents

1911 scholar @ 10 b Staverton ^ Hill Croft, Staverton with parents (Ida)

m 1923.4 Totnes, Richard S KING (Ida M)

^ Dartington personal communication

cremated Torquay personal communication

dau    Ethel Hilda MITCHMORE

b 1902.4 Totnes

chr 5Mar1903 Staverton

1911 school @ 8 b Staverton ^ Hill Croft, Staverton with parents (Athel)

m 1931.3 Totnes, Edgar JACKMAN

m 1931 Staverton, Edgar JACKMAN, engineer personal communication

^ 5 Memory Cross, Landscove personal communication

d 1937, "cause tuberculosis caught from sister Ada" personal communication

bur 1937 St Matthew, Landscove personal communication

son    Arthur Owen MITCHMORE

b 1904.3 Totnes

dau    Florence Ada MITCHMORE

b 1906.4 Totnes

known as Ada personal communication

chr 10Mar1907 Staverton

1911 @ 4 b Staverton ^ Hill Croft, Staverton with parents (Ada)

1939 @ 33 ^ Totnes with mother (Ada F)

d 1942.4 Devon Central @ 35

died of tuberculosis at Hawkmoor Sanatorium; bur Staverton personal communication

d 11Oct1942 Exminster Hospital, Exminster: spinster ^ Hillcroft, Staverton; letter of administration granted 28Jan1943 Exeter to [mother] Sarah Jane MITCHMORE, widow, estate 180 19s 1d (Ada Florence) UK wills & probates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click to enlarge

Memorial to Lilian
and Frederick DYER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Florence's estate would have been equivalent to about 25,000 today.

 
Generation 6

Tree 11

Generation 6

Family 2460

head  John Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1876.3 Plymouth

b 15Aug1876

chr 8Sep1876 Plymouth Holy Trinity

1881 @ 4 b Plymouth ^ Bigbury Village, Bigbury with parents

1891 agricultural labourer @ 15 b Plymouth ^ Newquay, Bigbury with parents (John T)

RN seaman Royal Navy records

1901 stoker @ 26 b Plymouth ^ HMS Pelonis, Gibraltar. Also on this vessel: Henry [Tree 13]

m 1901.4 Plymouth

1905, 1907 labourer ^ Newton Ferrers

1911 charge labourer on farm @ 34 b Plymouth ^ Corsecombe Cottage, Sampford Courtenay (John T)

1939 @ 63 ^ Totnes (John T)

d 1948.1 Totnes @ 72

sp       Janie BROAD

b 1874.3 Truro

m 1901.4 Plymouth

1911 @ 34 b Llansallos , Cornwall ^ Corsecombe Cottage, Sampford Courtenay

d 1945.1 Totnes @ 74

dau    Alice Maud MITCHELMORE

b 1904.1 Totnes

b 7Feb1904

1909 admitted to Sampford Courtenay School (Maud) UK life events

1911 school  @ 7 b Devon ^ Corsecombe Cottage, Okehampton with parents (Alice)

m1 1920.3 Aston, Ernest J SMITHYMAN (Alice M)

m2 1952.4 Walsall, Victor WINWOOD (Alice M E)

d 1981.4 Walsall (Alice Maud E)

dau    Muriel Amy MITCHELMORE

b 1905.3 Totnes

b 18Aug1905

chr 8Oct1905 Newton Ferrers

1911 school @ 5 b Newton Ferrers ^ Corsecombe Cottage, Sampford Courtenay with parents (Muriel A)

m 1928.2 Totnes, Norman PERRING (Muriel A)

d 1988.1 Torbay

dau    Doris Olive MITCHELMORE

b 1907.2 Plympton

6May1907

chr 7Jun1907 Newton Ferrers

1911 @ 3 b Newton Ferrers ^ Corsecombe Cottage, Sampford Courtenay with parents (Doris O)

m 1927.2 Totnes, Wilfred N COLLINGS (Doris O)

d 1999.1 Teignbridge

dau    Ivy Gladys MITCHELMORE

b 1909.4 Devonport

b 27Aug1909 Devonport

1911 @ 1 b Devonport ^ Corsecombe Cottage, Sampford Courtenay with parents (Gladys)

m 1928.3 Totnes, Philip HOWARD (Ivy G)

d 1972.2 Newton Abbot

dau    Henrietta M MITCHELMORE

b 1911.2 Okehampton

m 1937.4 Totnes, Thomas D C HOLMAN

 

The Royal Navy has John's birth date recorded as 15Aug1874. Royal Navy records

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sampford Courtenay School has Alice's birth date recorded as 10Dec1903.

 

 

Alice's first husband Ernest (1881-1941) was 23 years older than Alice.


Tree 11

Generation 6

Family 0220

head  Charles Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1879.1 Kingsbridge

1881 @ 2 b Bigbury ^ Bigbury Village with parents

1891 farm servant @ 13 ^ Lower Annemouth, Thurlestone; head: Nicholas ROACH, farmer

m 1899.4 Plymouth

1900 labourer ^ 13 Elliot Road, Plymouth

1901 general labourer @ 22 b Bigbury ^ 8 Collingwood Avenue, Plymouth Sutton with parents (Charles)

1903 labourer ^ 8 Collingwood Avenue, Plymouth

1911 sewerman, out of work @ 32 b Plymouth ^ 24 Este Road, Battersea (Charles Kerny)

d 1938.1 Battersea @ 59

d 17Mar1938 @ 59; bur Wandsworth (Charles H). Also named on memorial: wife Edith and sons Dennis and Albert

d 17Mar1938 St James Hospital, Ouseley Road, Balham: ^ 46 Simpson Street, Battersea; letter of administration granted 14Apr1938 London to Edith Emily MITCHELMORE, widow, estate 663 8s 1d UK wills & probates

sp      Edith Emily ANDREWS

(b 1876)

m 1899.4 Plymouth

1901 @ 23 b Plymouth ^ 8 Collingwood Avenue, Plymouth (Edith)

1911 @ 33 b Plymouth ^ 24 Este Road, Battersea

1918 ^ 46 Simpson Street, Battersea British Army records

1939 @ 64 ^ Battersea

d 1962.1 Surrey MidE @ 86

d 1962 @ 86; bur Wandsworth

son    William Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1900.4 Plymouth

son    Albert MITCHELMORE

b 1903.2 Plymouth

dau    Edith Rosina Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1905.3 Wandsworth (Edith Rosina M)

1911 @ 5 b Battersea ^ 24 Este Road, Battersea with parents

m 1935.4 Battersea, Alfred G ROBERTS (Edith Rosina M)

son    Alfred Cecil MITCHELMORE

b 1912.1 Wandsworth

son    Dennis L MITCHELMORE

b 1919.3 Wandsworth

d 7Jul1944; private 7370827 Royal Army Medical Corps attached 1st Btn Essex Regiment @ 24 ^ Battersea, London, son of Charles Henry and Edith Emily MITCHELMORE of Battersea; bur Rangoon Memorial, Myanmar [Burma] British Army records

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

Click to enlarge

Memorial to Charles, Edith, Dennis and Albert

 

In relation to average earnings, Charles's estate would have been equivalent to about 110,000 today.


Tree 11

Generation 6

Family 0939

head  Alfred Edward Stephens MITCHELMORE

b 1883.3 Kingsbridge (Alfred Edward S)

b 6Jul1883 Bigbury

1891 scholar @ 6 b Bigbury ^ Newquay, Bigbury with parents (Alfred E)

1901 porter on farm @ 17 b Bigbury ^ Elliot's Cottage, Alebourne Lane, Chobham, Surrey, boarding with Frederick CRISP (Alfred E S)

m1 1905.3 Camberwell (Alfred S)

m1 6Aug1905 St Jude, Peckham: Alfred Stephen MICHELMORE, labourer @ 22 ^ 52 Leo Street, Peckham, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, labourer; Amy Louisa MAY @ 20 ^ 52 Leo Street, Peckham, father George MAY, labourer (deceased); witness James William MAY

1906 builders labourer ^ 52 Leo Street, Peckham personal communication

left wife Amy Louisa when daughter Amy Elizabeth was 2, and was believed to have "died in the war” personal communication

m2 190x [de facto]

1911 labourer @ 28 b Bigbury ^ 10 Hothfield Place, Deptford (Alfred MITHCHELMORE)

1925 building labourer, labourer's foreman personal communication

d 1938.2 Paddington @ 54 (Alfred E)

sp1     Amy Louisa MAY

b 1885.3 Camberwell

m 1905.3 Camberwell

m 6Aug1905 St Jude, Peckham

1911 housekeeper @ 26 b Camberwell ^ 2 Sylvan Grove, Camberwell (Amy MITCHELMORE); head: George SHARPE, S M Gas Works

dau    Amy Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1906.4 Camberwell (Amy E)

b 30Oct1906 Peckham

chr 2Dec1906 St Jude, Peckham

1911 @ 4 b Camberwell ^ 2 Sylvan Grove, Camberwell with mother (Amy)

m 1928.4 Camberwell, Thomas W ESCOTT (Amy E)

son    Charles Alfred MITCHELMORE

b 1909.1 Camberwell

b 9Nov1908 ^ 280 Commercial Road, Camberwell, father Alfred Stephen MITCHELMORE, builder's labourer, mother Amy Louisa MITCHELMORE formerly MAY personal communication

d 1908.4 Camberwell @ 0 (Charles A MITCHELLMORE)

d 10Nov1908 280 Commercial Road, Camberwell @ 11 hr, "cause prematurely, informant E MAY, grandmother" (MITCHELLMORE) personal communication

bur 19Nov1908 Camberwell Old Cemetery, Southwark (MITCHELLMORE)

son    George Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1910.1 Camberwell

b 29Nov1909 ^ 280 Commercial Road, Camberwell, father Alfred Stephen MITCHELMORE, builder's labourer, mother Amy Louisa MITCHELMORE formerly MAY personal communication

d 1909.4 Camberwell

d 1Dec1909 280 Commercial Road, Camberwell, "cause premature birth and debility, asphyxia; informant E MAY, grandmother" personal communication

bur 6Dec1909 Camberwell Old Cemetery, Southwark

sp2     Amy STOCKLEY

b 1886.3 York

b 8Jun1886 York personal communication

m 190x [de facto]

1911 housekeeper @ 24 b York ^ St Olave Bermondsey

1939 @ 53 ^ Willesden

d 1949.2 Paddington @ 63 (Amy)

d 5May1949 personal communication

son    Alfred T E MITCHELMORE

b 1911.4 Lambeth

d 1918.2 Paddington @ 6

drowned in Grand Union Canal personal communication

son    John C MITCHELMORE

b 1913.1 Southwark

d 1913.1 Southwark @ 0

dau    Beatrice Maud E MITCHELMORE

b 1914.2 Shoreditch (Beatrice M E)

b 3Apr1914 personal communication

m 1933.1 Paddington, Reginald HUNT

199x "Avon lady (still doing this into her 80s)" personal communication

d 15Mar2013 Queens Park, London @ 98 personal communication

dau    Phyllis Freda MITCHELMORE

b 1916.4 Paddington

known as Freda personal communication

d 1923.3 Paddington @ 7 (Phyllis F)

dau    Bessie Irene MITCHELMORE

b 1919.3 Paddington

b 1Jul1919 Paddington personal communication

m 1939.4 Willesden, George TURNELL (Bessie I MITCHEL-MORE)

d 30Aug2001 Selling, Kent, "cause lung cancer" personal communication

cremated 10Sep2001, Charing Crematorium, Kent personal communication

son    Leonard F S MITCHELMORE

b 1921.3 Paddington

d 1922.2 Paddington @ 0 (Leonard F)

son    Albert Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1922.3 Paddington

dau    Eunice Gertrude MITCHELMORE

b 1925.1 Paddington

b 11Jan1925 personal communication

1939 @ 14 ^ Willesden with mother

m 1945.3 Paddington, William Victor WYNN personal communication

m 11Aug1945 personal communication

d 10Sep1985 Guildford personal communication

cremated 13Sep1985 Guildford Crematorium personal communication

son    Cyril Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1927.2 Paddington [twin]

son    Stanley Stephen MITCHELMORE

b 1927.2 Paddington [twin]

son    Ronald Benjamin MITCHELMORE

b 1930.3 Paddington

living members omitted

Alfred

Alfred

 

 

 

Amy Louisa

Amy Louisa

 

Amy Elizabeth

Amy Elizabeth

 

 

 

 

It is interesting that the births of both Charles and George were registered well after their deaths.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beatrice Maud

Beatrice

 

 

Bessie Irene

Bessie

 

 

 

 

Eunice Gertrude

Eunice


Tree 11

Generation 6

Family 2302

head  Edward Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1874.3 Droxford, Hampshire

chr [1874] Swanmore by Droxford

1881 scholar @ 6 b Swanmore, Hampshire ^ 10 North Walls, Winchester Street with mother (Edward C)

1891 waiter, servant @ 17 b Northamptonshire ^10 Clarges Street, St George Hanover Square (Edw METCHELLMORE)

m1 1894.4 St Saviour

m1 28Oct1894 St Stephen, Walworth Common: Edward Charles MITCHELMORE, waiter @ 22 ^ 41 Inville Road, father John MITCHELMORE, waiter; Nellie THOROGOOD, domestic servant @ 23 ^ 48 Boyson Road, father Thomas THOROGOOD, tailor; witnesses Tom and Mass? THOROGOOD

1896 insurance agent ^ 23 Alexandra Road, West Kensington (Edward)

1899 agent ^ Wharton Road, West London: defrauded of 9 17s by woman who claimed her uncle had died in Australia and left her 21,000 UK legal documents

1900 commission agent ^ 31 Wharton Road, West Kensington (Edward)

1901 commission agent @ 27 b Bishops Waltham, Hampshire ^ Hammersmith (Edward C)

1911 waiter , lodger @ 46 b not known ^ 8 Arundel Terrace, Barnes (Edward C); head: Harry NAPTHINE, butler

20Jul1916 Private 34, Army Service Corps, Canadian Forestry Corps: posted to France British Army records

1919 awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals British Army records

m2 1925.3 Dartford (Edward C)

1939 @ 65 ^ Erith, Kent (Edward C)

d 1955.2 Dartford @ 50 [sic] (Edward C)

d 2Apr1955; bur Honor Oak Crematorium, Southwark [cremated]

sp1      Nellie THOROGOOD

(b 1872) Abingdon, Buckinghamshire

m 1894.4 St Saviour

m 28Oct1894 St Stephen, Walworth Common

1901 @ 28 b Abingdon ^ Hammersmith

d 1919.1 Islington @ 33

bur 17Feb1919 Islington

dau     Dorothy May MITCHELMORE

b 1896.2 Fulham

b 7Mar1896

chr 31May1896 St Matthew, West Kensington

d 1898.1 Fulham @ 2

dau    Margery Doris MITCHELMORE

b 1900.3. Fulham (Margery Doris)

b 5Jul1900 Shepherd's Bush

chr 22Jul1900 St Matthew, West Kensington (Margary Doris)

1901 @ 9 mth b Hammersmith ^ Hammersmith (Marjorie D)

1911 @ 10 b Shepherd's Bush ^ 8 Arundel Terrace, Barnes with father (Margery)

m 1924.4 Woolwich, Alfred F LEARTHART (Marjorie D)

sp2     Kathleen Mary D OWEN

(b 1894)

m 1925.3 Dartford (Kathleen M D)

1939 @ 45 ^ Erith, Kent (Kathleen M)

d 1958.3 Hammersmith @ 64 (Kathleen M)

d 22Aug1958; bur Eltham Crematorium, Greenwich [cremated] (Kathleen Mary)

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1891, Edward was living in the same street as his father John.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edward would actually have been 80 in 1955.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nellie would actually have been 47 in 1919.


Tree 11

Generation 6

Family 0944

head  Frederick Percy MITCHELMORE

b 1879.1 Winchester

b 22Jan1880 Trinity, Winchester Royal Navy records

1881 @ 2 b Winchester ^ 10 North Walls, Winchester Street with mother

1891 domestic servant, scholar @ 12 b Hursley, Hampshire ^ Hampton Hill Road, Droxford, Hampshire, visiting [uncle] Charles SELFE, widowed coachman domestic servant (Frederick P)

17Nov1898 tailor : enlisted in Royal Marine Light Infantry, Portsmouth Division, service no. 10022 (Frederick) Royal Navy records

1901 private Royal Marines, patient @ 24 b Winchester ^ District Royal Naval Hospital, Alverstoke, Hampshire (Fredk)

1911 private, Royal Marines @ 31 b Winchester ^ Royal Navy, overseas (Frederick)

14Jan1920 ^ 72 Stockbridge Road, Winchester: discharged from Royal Navy, general character very good (Frederick) Royal Navy records

m 1920.3 Winchester, STEEL

8Feb1925 marine B10022, Royal Marines: awarded Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (F) Royal Navy records

1939 @ 60 ^ Winchester (Frederick P/Percy F)

d 1949.1 Winchester @ 70

sp      Amy Henrietta STEEL

(b 1875)

m 1920.3 Winchester (Amy H)

1939 @ 64 ^ Winchester (Henrietta)

d 1958.3 Basingstoke @ 83 (Amy H)


Tree 11

Generation 6

Family 0869

head  Wilfred John MITCHELMORE

b 1881.3 Winchester (Wilfred J)

b 6Aug1881 Winchester Royal Navy records

1891 @ 9 b Winchester ^ 35 Hyde Close, St Bartholomew Hyde, Hampshire with mother (Wilfrid J)

26Feb1894 ^ 37 Hode Close: admitted to St Thomas's High Grade National School, Winchester, previously at Hyde School UK life events

1901 ordinary seaman @ 19 b Winchester ^ HMS Alexandra, Portland, Dorset (Wilfred)

1May1905 able seaman 193791, HMS Pomone: awarded clasp to Africa General Service Medal for service in Somaliland 1902-1904 (W J) Royal Navy records

1911 able seaman, RN @ 29 b Winchester ^ HMS Roxburgh , Portsmouth (Willm)

m1 1912.4 Islington, HEMMINGS

m1 8Dec1912 St Mary, Islington: Wilfred John MITCHELMORE, sailor @ 31 ^ 29 College St, father John MITCHELMORE (deceased), butler; Ellen HEMMINGS @ 27  ^ 29 College St, father Alfred HEMMINGS (deceased), bricklayer; witness Emily HEMMINGS

1919 able seaman 193791: awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals Royal Navy records

m2 1920.2 Islington, MARTIN (Wilfred J)

1939 @ 50 ^ Islington (John W)

d 1959.2 Devon Central @ 77

sp1    Ellen HEMMINGS

b 188x

m 1912.4 Islington

m 8Dec1912 St Mary, Islington

sp2    Emily MARTIN

b 1880.1 Islington

b 188x

m 1920.2 Islington

1939 @ 58 ^ Islington

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

William [Tree 05] was also awarded the Somaliland clasp but served on a different ship.


Tree 11

Generation 6

Family 2503

head  Percy MITCHELMORE

b 1883.2 Newton Abbot

1891 scholar @ 7 b Ilsington ^ South Ilsington with parents

1901 unm @ 17 b Ilsington ^ Farm House, Ilsington with parents

m1 1910.3 Exeter

m1 9Jul1910 Exeter St Matthew: Percy MITCHELMORE, gardener @ 27 ^ Denbury, father Albert MITCHELMORE, gardener; Adria May OLIVER @ 26 ^ 39 Parr Street, father George OLIVER, paper maker; witness George OLIVER

1911 gardener @ 27 b Newton Abbot ^ East Street, Denbury, Newton Abbot

1914 gardener ^ Prospect Cottage, Denbury

m2 1923.2 Newton Abbot

1934 ^ Chudleigh Knighton: mourner at his father's funeral UK newspaper announcements

1939 @ 56 ^ Newton Abbot

d 1968.2 Newton Abbot @ 84

sp1    Adria May OLIVER

b 1884.1 Tiverton (Adrian May)

m 1910.3 Exeter

m 9Jul1910 Exeter St Matthew

1911 dressmaker @ 27 b Silverton ^ East Street, Denbury, Newton Abbot

d 1921.3 Croydon @ 37

bur 12Jul1921 Bandon Hill Cemetery, Sutton

dau    Marcia May MITCHELMORE

b 1911.2 Newton Abbot (Marcia W)

b 22Apr1911

chr 14May1911 Denbury

m 1936.4 Newton Abbot, Frederick C STEER

d Oct1996 Teignbridge

son    Colin Kenneth Percy MITCHELMORE

b 1914.3 Newton Abbot

dau    Audrey V MITCHELMORE

(b 1914)

1934 mourner at her grandfather's funeral (Audrey) UK newspaper announcements

1939 @ 26 ^ Exeter (MITCHLEMORE)

m 1942.4 Exeter, John I McMARTIN

d 1943.1 Exeter @ 29

sp2    Kathleen E HOWE

(b 1887)

m 1923.2 Newton Abbot

1939 @ 53 ^ Newton Abbot

d 1967.3 Newton Abbot @ 80


Tree 11

Generation 6

Family 1913

head  Alfred John MITCHMORE

b 1889.1 Totnes

b 12Dec1888

known as Fred personal communication

chr 2Jun1889 Brixham St Mary (MITCHELMORE)

1891 @ 2 b Brixham ^ 5 Parkham Cottages, Brixham with parents (Alfred)

1901 @ 12 b Brixham ^ Alms Houses, Staverton with parents

attended Broadhempston School personal communication

1911 cider bottler @ 22 b Brixham ^ Hill Croft, Staverton with parents (Alfred)

1914-18 Private 29305311/268286, Devonshire Regiment British Army records

departed Portland in 1914, served in Egypt, Mesopotamia, India and Afghanistan, and returned to Plymouth in 1919; learned Morse Code, haircutting and the fife personal communication

1919 ^ Hill Croft Staverton: awarded the 1914-15 Star, the British War and Victory medal, and the India Medal with Afghanistan NWF 1919 clasp for service in the Third Afghan War (Alfred J) British Army records

1920 with brother Arthur founded carpentry and nursery business Mitchmore Brothers; grew apples and plums at Allerhead Nursery, Hillcroft personal communication

m 1921.1 Totnes, TUCKER

m 192x St Mary's, Dartington personal communication

^ Memory Shop, Landscove, Staverton personal communication

1931 ^ Beara Park [later Memory Park] personal communication

1933-1950 churchwarden, St Matthew, Landscove personal communication

1939 @ 50 ^ Totnes (Alfred J)

Mitchmore Brothers folded in early 1950s when he fell through the roof where he was working at Dartington, but he kept Allerhead Nursery personal communication

d 1979.4 Newton Abbot

d 24Oct1979; bur Landscove

in St Matthew, Landscove are memorial tapestry kneelers and a plaque on the north wall personal communication

sp      Rosa E TUCKER

b 1897.1 Kingsbridge

b 10Jan1897 Buckland Tout Saints

known as Rose personal communication

m 1921.1 Totnes (Rosina E)

m 192x St Mary's, Dartington personal communication

1939 @ 50 ^ Totnes (Rose)

d Apr1986 Torbay (Rosa)

d 24Apr1986 Gardenhurst Nursing Home, Torquay @ 89; bur Landscove (Rose) personal communication

son    Stanley Douglas MITCHMORE

b 1927.2 Totnes

Alfred John

Alfred

 

 

 

Click to enlarge     Click to enlarge

Family gravestones

 

Memorial kneeler

Memorial kneeler


Tree 11

Generation 6

Family 0466

head  Herbert Henry MITCHMORE

b 1892.3 Totnes

b 29May1892

known as Bert personal communication

chr 21Jul1892 Brixham St Mary

1901 @ 8 b Brixham ^ Alms Houses, Staverton with parents

1911 Third Devonshire Regiment @ 18 b Brixham ^ Higher Barracks, Howell Road, Exeter

regular soldier in Jersey Militia and Royal Marines before World War 1 personal communication

22Aug1914 enlisted in British Army: Private/Corporal 9259 Devonshire Regiment British Army records

23-24Aug1914 severely wounded and gassed at Battle of Mons personal communication

1919 awarded the 1914-15 Star and the British War and Victory medals British Army records

m 1919.1 Newton Abbot, ELLIS

m 27Feb1919 Broadhempston: Herbert Henry MITCHMORE, gardener @ 26 ^ Staverton, father Thomas John MITCHMORE, carpenter; Hilda Mary ELLIS @ 23 ^ Broadhempston, father Albert John ELLIS, labourer

16Jun1936 received Civil Service Commission certification as a postman, Totnes Post Office UK life events

1939 @ 47 ^ Totnes (Herbert H)

d 1970.4 Torbay @ 78

d 24Dec1970 Totnes, "ashes interred at Staverton" personal communication

sp      Hilda Mary ELLIS

(b 1896)

m 1919.1 Newton Abbot

m 27Feb1919 Broadhempston

1939 @ 47 ^ Totnes (Hilda M)

d 13Oct1983 Rushbrook, Station Road, Totnes, "widow" UK wills & probates

bur 1983 Staverton personal communication


Tree 11

Generation 6

Family 0655

head  Arthur Owen MITCHMORE

b 1904.3 Totnes

b 27Aug1904

known as Owen

chr 1Jan1905 Staverton

1911 school @ 6 b Staverton ^ Hill Croft, Staverton with parents (Owen)

carpenter trained by father ^ Landscove, then ^ Staverton

1920 with brother Alfred founded carpentry and nursery business Mitchmore Brothers personal communication

m 1934.1 Totnes, STEWART

1939 @ 35 ^ Totnes with mother (Owen A)

Mitchmore Brothers folded in early 1950s when Alfred had an accident; then worked for Staverton Builders personal communication

after retirement ^ bungalow on Dartington Hall estate personal communication

d Jul1992 Newton Abbot

bur 1992 Buckfastleigh personal communication

sp      Rosina Teresa STEWART

b 6Oct1908

known as Rose personal communication

m 1934.1 Totnes

1939 @ 31 ^ Totnes (R

d Mar2001 Torbay

bur 2001 Buckfastleigh personal communication

living members omitted

 
Generation 7

Tree 11

Generation 7

Family 0967

head  William Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1900.4 Plymouth

b 20Sep1900

chr 5Oct1900 Plymouth St John

1901 @ 6 mo ^ Plymouth with grandparents Thomas and Elizabeth (William)

1911 @ 10 b Laira , Plymouth ^ 24 Este Road, Battersea with parents

2Oct1918 wholesale newsagent @ 18 yr 11 mo b Plymouth ^ 46 Simpson Street, Battersea: enlisted in British Army, Private 193377 Middlesex Regiment/Machine Gun Corps British Army records

m1 1922.3 Wandsworth, EMMETT (William C)

m2 1948.4 Solihull, VINES (William C)

m3 1955.4 Birmingham, HESKETH (William C)

d 1967.4 Birmingham @ 67

sp1    Alice E EMMETT

b 189x

m1 1922.3 Wandsworth, MITCHELMORE

m2 1949.1 Birmingham, Glenny A BAKER

sp2    Phyllis M VINES

(b 1922)

m 1948.4 Solihull

d 1951.2 Birmingham

sp3    Phyllis May HESKETH

b 15Aug1911

1939 @ 28 ^ Birmingham (Phyllis M)

m 1955.4 Birmingham (Phyllis M)

d Jan1985 Birmingham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When enlisting, William gave his mother as his next of kin; it is not known why he did not give his father.


Tree 11

Generation 7

Family 1088

head  Albert MITCHELMORE

b 1903.2 Plymouth

b 22Apr1903

chr 6May1903 Plymouth St John

1911 @ 8 b Laira , Plymouth ^ 24 Este Road, Battersea with parents

m 1929.1 Wandsworth, HOOKS

1939 @ 36 ^ Wandsworth

d 1954.4 Chelsea @ 51

bur 1960 Putney Vale [cremated]

sp      Edith Catherine HOOKS

b 1905.2 Wandsworth

m 1929.1 Wandsworth (Edith C)

1939 @ 34 ^ Wandsworth (Edith B)

d 1960.3 Wandsworth @ 55 (Edith C)


Tree 11

Generation 7

Family 1581

head  Alfred Cecil MITCHELMORE

b 1912.1 Wandsworth (Alfred C)

b 16Jan1912

1939 @ 27 ^ Battersea with mother (Alfred)

m 1940.2 Battersea, CRANHAM (Alfred C)

d Jun2002 Thanet with Dover

d 18Jun2002 4 Saltwood Gardens, Cliftonville, Margate: married UK wills & probates

sp      Rosina E CRANHAM

b 1915.1 Wandsworth

1939 @ 24 ^ Battersea

m 1940.2 Battersea

living members omitted


Tree 11

Generation 7

Family 1796

head  Albert Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1922.3 Paddington (Albert H)

b 24Jun1922

1Nov1938 fusilier 6460413, 3rd London Regiment, 10th Btn, 69th Searchlight Regt: discharged British Army records

1939-1945 private 6460413, Army Air Corps: imprisoned in Stalag 12A, Limburg a.d. Lahn, prisoner of war no. 75317 (A H) British Army records

m 1945.4 Paddington, Iris E PARROTT (Albert H)

d Dec1988 Southend on Sea

sp      Iris Ethel PARROTT

b 20Jul1921

m 1945.4 Paddington (Iris E)

d Jul2001 Castle Point and Rochford [Essex]

living members omitted

Albert Henry

Albert

Albert would have been only 16 when he was discharged from the London Regiment. Was he discharged for overstating his age?


Tree 11

Generation 7

Family 1775

head  Cyril Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1927.2 Paddington (Cyril C)

b 12Apr1927

m 1950.3 Paddington (Cyril C)

m 29Jul1950 Paddington personal communication

sheet metal worker personal communication

d May1986 Brentford

d 30Apr1986 Basildon personal communication

sp      Sophia Evelyn WILLY

b 1927.4 Paddington (Sophia E)

b 24Aug1927

1939 @ 12 ^ Bullingdon, Oxfordshire (Sophia E); head Walter JACKSON

m 1950.3 Paddington (Sophia E)

m 29Jul1950 Paddington personal communication

d 1980.1 Brentwood

d 25Jan1980 Basildon personal communication

living members omitted

Cyril Charles

Cyril


Tree 11

Generation 7

Family 2219

head  Stanley Stephen MITCHELMORE

b 1927.2 Paddington (Stanley S)

b 12Apr1927

m 1949.3 Willesden (Stanley S)

d May1998 Mid Warwickshire

living members omitted


Tree 11

Generation 7

Family 1337

head  Ronald Benjamin MITCHELMORE

b 1930.3 Paddington

b 17Jul1930 London UK shipping & migration Australian shipping records

m1 1949.3 Willesden (Ronald B)

m2 1955.3 Hammersmith

seaman R613720: discharged London  (R B) Royal Navy records

29Apr1958 process worker @ 28 ^ 55 Woodstock Grove, London: departed London aboard Strathnaver for Melbourne VIC (Ronald) UK shipping & migration

1958 arrived Adelaide SA aboard Strathnaver from Tilbury with wife and two children Australian shipping records

1963 soldier ^ T2506, Mitchell Road, Ingleburn NSW Australian population surveys

1968 soldier ^ 1 Malaya Road, Puckapunyal VIC (Ronald Benjamen) Australian population surveys

at one time, prison governor in New Guinea personal communication

1982 careworker ^ 34 Marrett Dr, Ingle Farm SA

d 1987 Sydney NSW personal communication

living members omitted

Ronald Benjamin

Ronald


Tree 11

Generation 7

Family 1732

head  Colin Kenneth Percy MITCHELMORE

b 1914.3 Newton Abbot (Colin K P)

b 23Aug1914

chr 4Oct1914 Denbury

1939 @ 25 ^ Newton Abbot with father and stepmother (Colm K)

m1 1944.3 New Forest, HOPKINS (Colin K P)

m2 1981.3 Bournmouth

d Jul1993 Bournemouth

bur 1993 St Andrew, Kinson, Dorset (Colin K P). Named on same memorial: wife Winifred

sp      Winifred Maude HOPKINS

b 8Dec1907

1939 @ 32 b Plymouth (Winifred M)

m 1944.3 New Forest (Winifred M)

d 1981.1 Bournemouth

bur 1981 St Andrew, Kinson (Winifred M)

living members omitted

 

 

Click to enlarge

Memorial to Colin & Winifred


Tree 11

Generation 7

Family 0995

head  Stanley Douglas MITCHMORE

b 1927.2 Totnes

b 26May1927 Landscove personal communication

1938-1943 attended King Edward VI Grammar School, Totnes personal communication

1944-1951 apprentice at Devon Generl Omnibus Company, Torquay personal communication

1952 fitter, AEC Motors, London personal communication

1980-1987 worked in Specifications Department, London Transport personal communication

m 1955.3 Ealing

m 24Sep1955 St John's Church, Isleworth, London personal communication

1955-1960 ^ Haven Green, Ealing Broadway personal communication

1960-1967 ^ Bedfont personal communication

1967-2008 Hampton, Middlesex personal communication

d 26Jul2010, "cause cancer; cremated at Torquay and his ashes scattered by his parents' graves in Landscove churchyard" personal communication

living members omitted

 

 

 

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