M*CH*MORE One Name Study

NORTHERN SOUTH HAMS

Tree 19. Descendants of John MICHELMORE
(Buckfastleigh 169x)

This is tree may share a common origin with Tree 16. A discussion of possible links between the various early Buckfastleigh trees and subtrees is available here.

Most of the 19th century male members of this tree were carpenters. Apart from Edward and his brother John, who moved to London early in the 19th century, all known members of this tree have remained in South Devon. There appear to be no living male members of this tree.

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Generation 1

Tree 19

Generation 1

Family 0545

head  Gulielmus MICHELMORE

b 165x

m 27Jun1681 Buckfastleigh

26Aug1723 ^ Buckfastleigh: swore allegiance to King George I (MUCHERMORE) Early UK population returns

sp      Wilmot GUSWELL

b 165x

m 27Jun1681 Buckfastleigh

26Aug1723 ^ Buckfastleigh: swore allegiance to King George I (MUCHERMORE) Early UK population returns

dau    Wilmotta MICHELMORE

chr [12Jun1682] Buckfastleigh

bur 22Feb1693/94 Buckfastleigh (Wilmott)

dau    Anna MICHEMORE

chr [11May1685] Buckfastleigh

dau    Christiana MICHELMORE

chr [2Apr1688] Buckfastleigh

dau    Sarah MICHELMORE

chr [13May1690] Buckfastleigh

?son  William MICHELMORE

chr [5Mar1698/99] Buckfastleigh

bur [21Mar1698/99] Buckfastleigh

?dau  Joan MICHELMORE

chr [27Dec1699] Buckfastleigh

bur [17Jul1700] Buckfastleigh

?son  William MICHELMORE

chr [10Apr1701] Buckfastleigh

 

Gulielmus and his descendants were previously in Tree 303.

 

 

This family is not recorded in the 1698 Buckfastleigh census.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joan and the two Williams may have been children of William [Tree 16] or Gulielmus [Tree 352].

 
Generation 2

Tree 19

Generation 2

Family 0539

head  Anna MICHEMORE

chr [11May1685] Buckfastleigh

?bur [23Mar1743] Buckfastleigh (Ann MICHELMORE)

dau    Philippa MICHELMORE

chr [18May1718] Buckfastleigh "daughter of John HORE and Ann MICHELMORE"

m [11Apr1737] Buckfastleigh, Thomas WACUM

 

Tree 19

Generation 2

Family 0747

head  William MICHELMORE

chr [10Apr1701] Buckfastleigh

m [16Jul1723] Ashburton, MUDGE

26Aug1723 ^ Buckfastleigh: swore allegiance to King George I (William MUCHERMORE jnr) Early UK population returns

sp      Mary MUDGE

b 169x

m [16Jul1723] Ashburton

son    William MICHELMORE possible link

chr [21Apr1724] Buckfastleigh

son  John MICHELMORE

chr [20Oct1726] Littlehempston

 
Generation 3

Tree 19

Generation 3

Family 0659

head  John MICHELMORE

chr [20Oct1726] Littlehempston

m1 7Sep1757 Buckfastleigh

m2 28Dec1763 Buckfastleigh

?bur 23Jun1763 Buckfastleigh

?bur 29Dec1780 Buckfastleigh

sp1    Edith CHAFFE

b 173x

m 7Sep1757 Buckfastleigh (Judith)

bur [8Apr1759] Buckfastleigh

son    William MICHELMORE

chr [1Jan1757] Buckfastleigh

sp2    Elizabeth KNIGHT

b 173x

m 28Dec1763 Buckfastleigh

 
Generation 4

Tree 19

Generation 4

Family 0509

head  William MICHELMORE

chr 1Jan1757 Buckfastleigh

m 28Feb1786 Buckfastleigh, CROSSMAN; witnesses Thomas MICHELMORE, William CROSSMAN

bur 27May1821 Buckfastleigh

sp      Margaret CROSSMAN

chr 18Oct1765 Buckfastleigh, "daughter of William and Mary CROSSMAN"

m 28Feb1786 Buckfastleigh

bur 11Apr1826 Buckfastleigh @ 58

son    William MICHELMORE

chr [11Jun1787] Buckfastleigh

son    John MICHELMORE

chr [13Jan1789] Buckfastleigh

d 11May1834 Newton Abbot: shoemaker; probate granted 24Jun1834, bequests to sister Elizabeth, children of sister Mary and brother William, and mother Margaret UK wills & probates

bur 15May1834 Buckfastleigh @ 45 ^ Newton Abbot

son    Thomas MICHELMORE

chr [5Jan1791] Buckfastleigh

bur 11Jan1791 Buckfastleigh

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

chr [28Jun1795] Buckfastleigh

m 20Feb1827 Buckfastleigh: Henry COREM ^ South Brent, sojourner [1851 innkeeper]; Mary MITCHELMORE; witness [brother] John MICHELMORE

1851 @ 55 b Buckfastleigh ^ Winner Street, Totnes

son    Thomas MICHELMORE

chr [1Dec1799] Buckfastleigh

?bur 9Jan1800 Buckfastleigh

dau    Elizabeth MICHELMORE

chr [1Sep1805] Buckfastleigh

m 1840.4 Plymouth (MICHELLMORE)

m 27Dec1840 Plymouth Charles: Thomas CALLARD, woolcomber ^ Old Town Street, father William CALLARD, cordwainer; Elizabeth MICHELMORE ^ Tavistock Street, father William MICHELMORE, labourer

1841 @ 35 b Devon ^ Lower Town, Buckfastleigh

1851 @ 44 b Buckfastleigh ^ Higher Union Street, Tormoham (COLLARD)

1861 @ 55 b Buckfastleigh ^ Higher Union Street, Tormoham (COLLARD)

1871 @ 65 b Buckfastleigh @ 65  ^ Higher Union Street, Tormoham with son William

d 1875.1 Newton Abbot @ 69

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 1800 burial record may refer to Thomas [Tree 352].

 
Generation 5

Tree 19

Generation 5

Family 1287

head  William MICHELMORE

chr [11Jun1787] Buckfastleigh

m 19Jan1817 Totnes

1841 carpenter @ 60 b Devon ^ Fore Street, Totnes

1850 joiner and builder ^ Fore Street, Totnes (W) UK street & trade directories

1850 builder ^ Totnes: able to show prospective buyers over the Queen's Arms public house, Totnes UK life events

1851 builder & carpenter @ 63 b Buckfastleigh ^ Collings Corner, Totnes

1861 carpenter @ 73 b Buckfastleigh ^ Collings Corner, Totnes

d 1868.3 Totnes @ 81

d 15Aug1868 Totnes @ 81: builder UK newspaper announcements

d Aug1868 @ 80; bur Totnes

d 15Aug1868 Totnes: carpenter; probate granted 13Mar1869 Exeter  to Edward MICHELMORE ^ Chalk Farm Road, Middlesex, and Henry MICHELMORE ^ Totnes, carpenter, sons, estate under £800 UK wills & probates

bur 21Aug1868 Totnes @ 81

sp      Harriett TORR

(b 1792) South Pool

m 19Jan1817 Totnes

1841 @ 65 b Devon ^ Fore Street, Totnes

1851 @ 59 b South Pool ^ Collings Corner, Totnes

1861 @ 68 b South Pool ^ Collings Corner, Totnes

1871 income from houses @ 79 b South Pool ^ Collings Corner, Fore Street, Totnes

d 1872.2 Totnes @ 80

d 29Apr1872 @ 80; bur Totnes, "widow of William, carpenter"

son    Edward MICHELMORE

chr 28Jan1818 Totnes

dau    Harriet MICHELMORE

(b 1820) Totnes

chr 27Feb1820 Totnes

1841 @ 20 b Devon ^ Fore Street, Totnes with parents

1851 unm dressmaker @ 29 b Totnes ^ Torcross, Stokenham with her aunt Betsey CRISPIN, widowed innkeeper @ 49 b Ugborough

1861 @ 41 ^ 8 Caroline Place, St Pancras with brother Edward

1871 dress maker @ 50 ^ Chalk Farm Road, St Pancras with brother Edward

1881 unm dressmaker @ 61 b Totnes ^ Collins Corner, Totnes, with brother Henry

d 1889.1 Totnes @ 69

d 11Mar1889 @ 69; bur Totnes

bur 11Mar1889 Totnes @ 69

d 3Mar1889 Totnes: spinster; letter of administration granted 7Sep1889 Exeter to Edward MICHELMORE ^ Sawtry, Peterborough, builder, brother, estate £97 15s 0d UK wills & probates

dau    Margaret MICHELMORE

chr 27Jan1822 Totnes

1841 servant @ 19 b Devon ^ Fore Street, Totnes; head James SAWYER, wine merchant

bur 29Mar1848 Totnes @ 26

son    John MICHELMORE

chr 25Apr1824 Totnes

son    William MICHELMORE

(b 1826) Totnes

dau    Mary Jane MICHELMORE

chr 26Apr1829 Totnes

1841 @ 12 b Devon ^ Fore Street, Totnes with parents

1851 unm @ 21 b Totnes ^ Collings Corner, Totnes with parents

1861 unm visitor @ 31 b Totnes ^ 7 Squire Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1871 @ 41 b Totnes ^ Collings Corner, Fore Street, Totnes with mother

m 1872.3 Newton Abbot

m 18Sep1872 Tormoham: David MANNING, butcher, widower ^ Berry Pomeroy; Mary Jane MICHELMORE ^ Tormoham, father William MICHELMORE, builder; witness [sister] Harriett MICHELMORE

1891 own means, widow @ 60 b Totnes ^ 17 High Street, Totnes with brother Henry

son    James MICHELMORE

(b 1833) Totnes

chr 31Mar1833 Totnes ^ Collings Corner, Totnes with parents

1841 @ 8 b Devon ^ Fore Street, Totnes with parents

1851 carpenter @ 18 b Totnes

son    Henry MICHELMORE

chr 19Apr1835 Totnes

1841 @ 6 b Devon ^ Fore Street, Totnes with parents

1851 carpenter @ 16 b Totnes ^ Collings Corner, Totnes with parents

1861 carpenter @ 26 b Totnes ^ Collings Corner, Totnes with parents

1870 carpenter ^ Fore Street, Totnes UK street & trade directories

1871 carpenter @ 36 b Totnes ^ Collings Corner, Fore Street, Totnes with mother

1878-79 jointer ^ Collin's Corner, Totnes UK street & trade directories

1881 carpenter (master employing 1 boy) @ 46 b Totnes ^ Collins Corner, Totnes

1889 carpenter ^ Collins Road, Totnes UK wills & probates

1891 widowed carpenter @ 56 ^ 17 High Street, Totnes, with widowed sister Mary Jane

1893 carpenter & jointer ^ Collins Road, Totnes

d 1906.4 Totnes @ 71 (Harry)

d 25Dec1906 Dartington @ 71: carpenter of Totnes, died of a heart attack outside Cott Farm (Harry) UK newspaper announcements

bur 28Dec1906 Totnes @ 71 ^ Plymouth Road, Totnes

d 25Dec1906 Totnes: carpenter; letter of administration granted 7 Feb 1907 to [sister] Mary Jane MANNING, widow, estate £64 6s 0d UK wills & probates

bur 28Dec1906 Totnes @ 71

son    Richard MICHELMORE

chr 17Sep1837 Totnes

1851 carpenter @ 13 b Totnes ^ Collings Corner, Totnes with parents

1861 carpenter @ 23 b Totnes ^ Collings Corner, Totnes with parents

1862 private: won the double-time prize at a marching competition held by the 17th DRV (Totnes) Rifles UK life events

1871 gamekeeper to Mr W R MORTIMORE, South Devon Hunt UK life events

d 1886.2 Exeter @ 48

bur 23May1886 Exeter Higher Cemetery @ 48 ^ St Sidwell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, William's estate would have been equivalent to about £470,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Harriet's estate would have been equivalent to about £46,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Henry's estate would have been equivalent to about £26,000 today.

 
Generation 6

Tree 19

Generation 6

Family 0089

head  Edward MICHELMORE

(b 1818) Totnes

1841 not known @ 20 b not known ^ 100 High Street, St Marylebone

m 1848.1 Pancras

m 10Feb1848 St Pancras, London: Edward MICHELMORE, joiner ^ Tottenham Street, father William MICHELMORE, carpenter; Elizabeth WILLS ^ Fitzroy Square, father James WILLS, mason; witnesses [brother] John MICHELMORE & Elizabeth WILLS

1851 carpenter and joiner @ 35 b Totness ^ 16 Caroline Street, St Giles in the Fields, Middlesex

1852 builder ^ 16 Caroline Street, Bedford Square, London UK street & trade directories

1861 carpenter employing 2 men and boy @ 43 b Totnes ^ 8 Caroline Place, St Pancras. Also in household: his sister Harriet and his sisters-in-law Jane and Eleanor WELLS

1867 builder ^ Chalk Farm Road, St Pancras

1868 carpenter ^ Chalk Farm Road, Middlesex UK wills & probates

1871 builder etc @ 53 b Totnes ^ Chalk Farm Road, St Pancras. Also in household: his sister Harriet

1881 carpenter @ 63 b Totnes ^ 1 Garden Road, Sawtry, Huntingdonshire

1889 builder ^ Sawtry, Peterborough UK wills & probates

1891 widower living on his own means @ 73 b Totnes ^ Sawtry St Andrews, Huntingdonshire

d 1895.4 Huntingdon @ 78

d 24Dec1897 Sawtry, Huntingdonshire: retired builder; letter of administration granted 1Aug1902 Peterborough to Margaret Elizabeth TURNHILL (wife of William TURNHILL), estate £29 19s UK wills & probates

sp      Elizabeth WILLS

(b 1816) Totnes

m 1848.1 Pancras

m 10Feb1848 St Pancras, London

1851 dressmaker and milliner @ 33 b Totness ^ 16 Caroline Street, St Giles in the Fields, Middlesex

1861 @ 46 b Totnes ^ 8 Caroline Place, St Pancras

1871 @ 55 b Totnes ^ Chalk Farm Road, St Pancras

1881 @ 65 b Totnes ^ 1 Garden Road, Sawtry

d 1888.1 Huntingdon @ 72

dau    Margaret Elizabeth MICHELMORE

b 1849.3 Pancras

b [10Aug1849]

1851 @ 1 b Totness ^ 16 Caroline Street, St Giles in the Fields, Middlesex with parents (Mary E)

1861 @ 11 b St Pancras ^ 8 Caroline Place, St Pancras with parents

chr 22Mar1867 St Pancras, London

m 1870.4 Pancras

m 31Oct1870 Holy Trinity, Haverstock Hill: William TURNILL, widowed baker @ 40 ^ Sawtry All Saints, Huntingdonshire, father Robert TURNILL, farmer; Margaret Elizabeth MICHELMORE @ 21 ^ 60 Chalk Farm Road, father Edward MASON [sic], builder; witness [father] Edward MICHELMORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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


Tree 19

Generation 6

Family 0085

head  John MICHELMORE

chr 25Apr1824 Totnes

1841 @ 17 b Devon ^ Fore Street, Totnes with parents

m 1849.2 Marylebone

m 14May1849 Holy Trinity, Marylebone: John MITCHELMORE, joiner ^ William Street, father William MITCHELMORE, builder; Jane BARTER ^ William Street, father Nicholas BARTER, baker; witnesses [brother] Edward MITCHELMORE, [mother-in-law] Grace BARTER

1850 joiner ^ 36 Frederick Street, Marylebone

d 1850.2 Pancras

d 6Apr1850 @ 26 London UK newspaper announcements

bur 12Apr1850 All Souls Cemetery, Kensal Green @ 26 ^ 24 William Street, Regents Park

d 7Apr1850 24 William Street, Regents Park: depositor in the Marylebone Savings Bank; letter of administration applied for 5Feb1851 by Jane MICHELMORE ^ 36 Frederick Street, Hampstead Road, Middlesex; estate under ₤50 UK wills & probates

sp      Jane BARTER

(b 1824) Totnes

m 1849.2 Marylebone

m 14May1849 Holy Trinity, Marylebone

7Apr1850 ^ 36 Frederick Street, Hampstead Road, Middlesex UK wills & probates

1851 widowed dressmaker, head @ 27 b Totness ^ 36 Frederick Street, St Pancras. Also in household: her unmarried sister Mary BARBER [sic]

1861 widowed dressmaker @ 37 b Devon ^ 32 Frederick Street, St Pancras with her sister Mary, now married to Charles BOVAY

d 1866.3 Pancras @ 42

bur 12Jul1866 All Souls Cemetery, Kensal Green @ 42 ^ 60 George Street, Euston Square

d 8Jul1866 60 George Street, Euston Square: widow; letter of administration granted 27Jul1866 Principal Registry to Grace BARTER ^ Totnes, widow, mother, estate under £100 UK wills & probates

dau    Mary Ann MICHELMORE

b 1850.4 Pancras

b 18Sep1850

chr 3Nov1850 Holy Trinity, Marylebone (Mary Jane)

1851 @ 6 mo b St Pancras ^ 36 Frederick Street, St Pancras with mother

bur 12May1853 All Souls Cemetery, Kensal Green @ 3 ^ 23 Frederick Street, St Pancras

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A copy of the application letter is available here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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


Tree 19

Generation 6

Family 1288

head  William MICHELMORE

chr 3Dec1826 Totnes

1841 @ 14 b Devon ^ Fore Street, Totnes with parents

m 1848.4 Totnes

m 25Nov1848 Harberton: William MICHELMORE, carpenter ^ Harberton, father William MICHELMORE, carpenter; Ann MILLER ^ Totnes, father Richard MILLER, labourer; witness [sister] Harriett MICHELMORE

1849 carpenter ^ Totnes

1851 carpenter journeyman @ 24 b Totnes ^ Bowden House, Totnes. Also in household: his parents-in-law John and Mary STENTIFORD, aunt Ann BROWN and grandmother Jenny MILLER

1861 inn keeper @ 34 b Totnes ^ Commercial Inn, Paignton with family. Also in household: his parents-in-law John and Mary STENTIFORD and Robert [Tree 01], boarder

d 1870.2 Totnes @ 42

d 11Mar1870 Brixham @ 43: landlord of the Rising Sun Inn, died of complications arising from injuries received in December while quelling a disturbance in his house UK newspaper announcements

bur 20Mar1870 Brixham St Mary @ 43

sp      Ann MILLER

(b 1823) Harberton

m 1848.4 Totnes

m 25Nov1848 Harberton

1851 @ 28 b Harberton ^ Bowden House, Totnes

1861 inn keeper @ 36 b Harberton ^ Commercial Inn, Paignton

1871 widowed innkeeper @ 46 b Harberton ^ Rising Sun Inn, Quay Street, Brixham. Also in household: her widowed mother Jane MILLER and widowed mother-in-law Mary STENTEFORD (MITCHELMORE)

1878-1879 victualler ^ Rising Sun Inn, The Quay, Brixham (also MITCHELMORE) UK street & trade directories

d 1878.4 Totnes @ 54

bur 8Nov1878 Brixham St Mary @ 54 (Anne)

d 3Nov1878 Brixham: widow; probate granted 21Nov1878 Exeter  to [daughter-in-law] Susan Avery MICHELMORE ^ Brixham, widow, estate under £100 UK wills & probates

son    John MICHELMORE

b 1849.3 Totnes

son    Edwin MICHELMORE

chr 5Sep1852 Totnes

son    William MICHELMORE

b 1855.4 Newton Abbot

1861 @ 5 b Totnes ^ Commercial Inn, Paignton with parents

1871 carpenter @ 15 b Torquay ^ Rising Sun Inn, Quay Street, Brixham with widowed mother

d 1878.2 Totnes @ 22

bur 9May1878 Brixham St Mary @ 22

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Ann's estate would have been equivalent to about £53,000 today.

 
Generation 7

Tree 19

Generation 7

Family 0062

head  John MICHELMORE

b 1849.3 Totnes

chr 5Oct1849 Harberton

1851 @ 1 b Harberton

1861 @ 11 b Totnes ^ Commercial Inn, Paignton with parents

1871 unm joiner @ 21 b Totnes ^ Rising Sun Inn, Quay Street, Brixham with mother Ann (MITCHELMORE)

m 1872.4 Totnes

m 15Dec1872 Brixham All Saints: John MICHELMORE, carpenter @ 23 ^ Lower Brixham, father William MICHELMORE, carperter; Susan Avery DOUST @ 22 ^ Lower Brixham, father William DOUST, fisherman

d 1877.1 Totnes

bur 4Feb1877 Brixham @ 29

sp      Susan Avery DOUST

b 1851.1 Totnes

1851 @ 4 mo b Brixham ^ Pomeroys Court, Brixham

m1 1872.4 Totnes

m1 15Dec1872 Brixham All Saints, MICHELMORE

1881 licensed victualler, widow @ 30 b Brixham ^ Rising Sun Inn, Brixham; also in household: her grandmother Mary STANTIFORD, nurse SMS

1883 ^ Quay, Brixham UK life events

m2 1883.4 Totnes (Susan Avery MICHELMORE)

m2 27Nov1883 Brixham All Saints: William RACKLEY, fisherman @ 25 ^ Lower Brixham, father John RACKLEY, fisherman; Susan Avery MICHELMORE, widow @ 33 ^ Lower Brixham, father William John DOUST , sailor

d 1886.2 Totnes @ 35

bur 13May1886 Brixham @ 35 ^ Lower Brixham

dau    Minnie MICHELMORE

b 1873.1 Totnes

b 29Jan1873

chr 26Mar1873 Brixham All Saints (MITCHELMORE)

1881 scholar @ 8 b Brixham ^ Rising Sun Inn, Brixham with mother

1891 unm domestic servant @ 18 b Brixham ^ Swinnerton Lodge, New Road, Dartmouth St Saviour, servant to S S GOODFELLOW, retired physician

m 1897.4 Totnes

m 13Oct1897 Brixham All Saints: William John Gidley WEYMOUTH, fisherman @ 29 ^ Lower Brixham, father William John WEYMOUTH, sailor; Minnie MICHELMORE @ 24 ^ Lower Brixham, father John MICHELMORE, carpenter; witnesses [brother?] E MITCHELMORE and F L WEYMOUTH

son    Edwin MICHELMORE

b 1874.4 Totnes

son    John MICHELMORE

b 1877.1 Totnes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A nurse SMS (Subordinate Medical Service) was one who was not qualified in the normal sense but worked under the supervision of a doctor.


Tree 19

Generation 7

Family 1704

head  Edwin MICHELMORE

chr 5Sep1852 Totnes

1861 @ 8 b Totnes ^ Commercial Inn, Paignton with parents

1871 carpenter @ 18 b Totnes ^ Rising Sun Inn, Quay Street, Brixham with widowed mother (Edward MITCHELMORE)

1872 emigrated to USA

m 2Sep1875 Brooklyn NY: Edwin MICHELMORE, carpenter @ 22 b England ^ Brooklyn, parents William MICHELMORE and Ann MILLER, first marriage; Sophia NEWBERY née PETERS @ 31 b England ^ Brooklyn, parents James PETERS and Susan MARSHALL, second marriage; witness [bride's brother] Charles PETERS

12Oct1878 naturalisation petition, Kings County Court, NY; witness Charles PETERS North American legal records

1878, 1879 carpenter ^ 358 Grand, Brooklyn NY (Edward/Edwin) Other North American population surveys

1880 carpenter @ 29 b England ^ Brooklyn NY, both parents b England (MICHELMORE). Also in household: his wife's mother, two of her siblings and two of her nieces

1897 carpenter ^ 358 Grand, Brooklyn NY Other North American population surveys

1900 carpenter @ 47 b England ^ Highland NY (MITCHELMORE). Also in household: "mother” Ellen MITCHELMORE, widow @ 69 b Nov1831 Scotland

sp      Sophia Osborne PETERS

b 1838 St Ives, Cornwall personal communication

13Sep1851 emigrated to USA with family personal communication

1860 dressmaker @ 22 b England ^ Brooklyn with mother

1865 @ 26 ^ Brooklyn with mother

m1 186x NJ, John NEWBERY personal communication

1875 @ 32 b England ^ Brooklyn with mother (Sophia ULBERLY)

m2 2Sep1875 Brooklyn, MICHELMORE

1880 keeping house @ 36 b England ^ Brooklyn, both parents b England

d 23Sep1881 Brooklyn @ 37 b England ^ Grand Street, Brookleyn (Sophia MICKELMORE)

adau     Emma Elizabeth NEWBERY

b 15Jan1869 Newark NJ

1875 @ 5 b NJ ^ Brooklyn with mother (Emma ULBERLY)

1880 at school @ 10 b NJ  ^ Brooklyn with parents (MICHELMORE)

1892 @ 20 b US ^ Brooklyn with uncle Charles PETERS (Emma NEWBERY)

m 30Sep1894 Brooklyn: Charles YOUNG, shoemaker @ 23 b Bristol, England, parents Thomas YOUNG and Mary LOVELL, first marriage; Emma Elizabeth NEWBERY @ 24 b Belleville NJ, parents John NEWBERY and Sophia PETERS

1905 house work @ 35 b US ^ Brooklyn (Emma)

d 6Sep1959 Tobyhanna Hospital, Coolbaugh PA @ 89 b Bellville ^ 104-126 93rd Street, Richmond Hill NY

dau    Mary A MICHELMORE

b 16Jul1876 Brooklyn

d 14Nov1876 Brooklyn @ 0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is not known who the Ellen was who was living with Edwin in 1900: she was neither Edwin's nor his wife's mother.

 
Generation 8

Tree 19

Generation 8

Family 2272

head  Edwin MICHELMORE

b 1874.4 Totnes

b 2Nov1874 Brixham

chr 23Dec1874 Brixham All Saints

1881 scholar @ 6 b Brixham ^ Rising Sun Inn, Brixham with mother

1882 admitted to Brixham British School MITCHELMORE) UK life events

m 1898.2 Totnes

m 12Apr1898 Brixham All Saints: Edwin MICHELMORE, fisherman @ 23 ^ Lower Brixham, father John MICHELMORE, carpenter (deceased); Louisa Finch SANDERS @ 22 ^ Lower Brixham, father William Penry SANDERS, fisherman; witnesses William SANDERS and [sister] Minnie WEYMOUTH

1898 fisherman ^ King Street, Lower Brixham

1901 fisherman @ 26 b Brixham ^ Prospect Road, Brixham

1910 b 1874 Brixham: second hand, second hand, Lark of Brixham, trawling in the English Channel (Edward) UK shipping & migration

1911 fisherman @ 36 b Brixham ^ 30 Prospect Road, Brixham. Also in household: his "daughter" [actually sister-in-law] Honor

1912 master of a yacht registered at Brixham (E) UK shipping & migration

1918-1921 captain, fishing vessel: identity certificate 20953 UK shipping & migration

15Feb1919 Chief Skipper, Royal Navy Reserve, WSA741: conferred the Medaille Militaire by the President of the French Republic, for distinguished services rendered during the War Royal Navy records

2May1922 master mariner @ 44 ^ 30 North Furzeham Road, Brixham: arrived Liverpool aboard Empress of Australia from Hong Kong; last permanent residence Hong Kong UK shipping & migration

1939 @ 65 ^ Brixham. Also in household: Susan [Tree 05]

d 1958.1 Totnes @ 83

sp      Louisa Finch SANDERS

(b 1876) Brixham

m 1898.2 Totnes

m 12Apr1898 Brixham All Saints

1901 @ 24 b Brixham ^ Prospect Road, Brixham (Louisa F)

1911 @ 34 b Brixham ^ 30 Prospect Road, Brixham (Louisa)

d 1926.3 Totnes @ 50 (Louisa F)

d 18Aug1926 4 Higher Terrace, Furzeham, Brixham: wife of Edwin MICHELMORE; probate granted 24Sep1926 London to the said Edwin MICHELMORE, fisherman, estate £95 10s 3d UK wills & probates

son    William Penry MICHELMORE

b 1899.4 Totnes

b 20Nov1899

chr 11Jan1900 Brixham All Saints (MITCHELMORE)

d 1900.3 Totnes @ 0

bur 18Sep1900 Brixham St Mary @ 10 mo

son    Edwin MICHELMORE

b 1901.3 Totnes

dau    Louisa Finch MICHELMORE

b 1903.4 Totnes

d 1903.4 Totnes @ 0

bur 30Oct1903 Brixham St Mary @ 2 dy

dau    Susan Doust MICHELMORE

b 1906.1 Totnes

b 20Nov1905

chr 6Jan1906 Brixham All Saints (Susan Doris)

1911 school @ 5 b Brixham ^ 30 Prospect Road, Brixham with parents (Susan)

m 1928.1 Totnes, Wilfrid J CLYBURN

dau    Annie Louise MICHELMORE

b 1909.1 Totnes

chr 23Feb1909 Brixham All Saints

1911 @ 2 b Brixham ^ 30 Prospect Road, Brixham with parents (Annie)

m 1931.1 Totnes, James H BLACKMORE (Annie L)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edwin

Edwin in 1918

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Louisa's estate would have been equivalent to about £17,000 today.


Tree 19

Generation 8

Family 0394

head  John MICHELMORE

b 1877.1 Totnes

b 28Dec1876

chr 9Feb1877 Brixham All Saints

1881 scholar @ 4 b Brixham^ Rising Sun Inn, Brixham with mother

5Mar1883 admitted to Brixham British School UK life events

1891 servant (trawlers apprentice) @ 14 b Brixham ^ Overgang, Brixham; head: Samuel BULLY

m 1898.4 Totnes

m 26Dec1898 Brixham All Saints: John MICHELMORE, fisherman @ 22 ^ Lower Brixham, father John MICHELMORE, carpenter (deceased); Honor Stockman MILLS @ 22 ^ Lower Brixham, father Samuel Decent MILLS, fisherman; witnesses Samuel D & Annie Whitfield MILLS

1901 second hand, mate @ 24 b Brixham ^ Faithful, Newlyn Harbour, Cornwall (MICTHMORE); skipper: John BULEY

1913 b 1878 ^ 37 Higher Street, Brixham: master, Iona of Brixham, trawling in Bristol and English Channels UK shipping & migration

1904-1920 part owner of the ketches Iona and Mirandor UK shipping & migration

1915 b 1877 Brixham ^ Higher Street: owner and skipper, Iona of Brixham trawling in English Channel, master's certificate no. 5267 UK shipping & migration

1919 second hand, Vigilant, Mercantile Marine Reserve: awarded British War Medal (J) Royal Navy records

1919 smack owner ^ 45 Bolton Street, Brixham (J) UK street & trade directories

d 1934.2 Totnes @ 57

d 19Jun1934 45 Bolton Street, Brixham: probate granted 25Aug1934 London to Honor Stockman MICHELMORE, widow, estate £943 0s 6d UK wills & probates

sp      Honor Stockman MILLS

b 1877.1 Totnes

m 1898.4 Totnes

m 26Dec1898 Brixham All Saints

1901 @ 24 b Brixham ^ Higher Street, Brixham (Honor S)

1911 @ 34 b Brixham ^ 30 Prospect Road, Brixham with brother-in-law Edwin (Honor)

1935-1937 widow ^ Brixham: leased 23 Fullerton Road, Devonport UK life events

d 1951.4 Totnes @ 74

dau    Mary MICHELMORE

b 1912.3 Newton Abbot

1Sep1931 hairdresser @ 19 ^ 27 West Avenue, Hendon: departed London aboard Ranchi for Marseilles, France UK shipping & migration

25Sep1931 hairdresser @ 19 ^ 27 West Avenue, Hendon: arrived London aboard Ranpura from Marseilles UK shipping & migration

1939 @ 27 ^ Hendon, Middlesex

m 1945.2 Hampstead, Herbert J DYBLE

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, John's estate would have been equivalent to about £180,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary was accompanied on her holiday in Marseilles by typist Jean WOOD @ 19 of the same address.

 
Generation 9

Tree 19

Generation 9

Family 1395

head  Edwin MICHELMORE

b 1901.3 Totnes

b 1Jul1901 Brixham

chr 31Jul1901 Brixham All Saints

3Feb1908 ^ Prospect Road: admitted to Brixham British School, previously attended Furzeham Infants' School; left 4 Feb 1915 UK life events

1911 school @ 9 b Brixham ^ 30 Prospect Road, Brixham with parents

1918-1921 apprentice seaman: identity certificate 200661 (MICHAELMORE) UK shipping & migration

24Apr1925 seaman @ 23 ^ 4 Higher Terrace, Furzeham, Brixham: departed London aboard Malwa for Shanghai UK shipping & migration

3Apr1931 merchantile marine @ 29 ^ Furzeham, Brixham: arrived London aboard Malwa from Shanghai, last permanent residence China UK shipping & migration

15Oct1931 seaman @ 30: departed London aboard Corfu for Shanghai UK shipping & migration

m1 1932.4 Totnes, OSBORNE

Mar1933 second officer,  SS Anhui: received Emile Robin life saving award from the Shipwrecked Mariners Society for assistance to the SS Antung, wrecked in heavy weather in the Hainan Strait UK life events

m2 1937.2 Totnes, PERRETT

16Jul1937 mariner @ 36 ^ 30 North Furzeham Road, Brixham: departed London aboard Rawalpindi for Shanghai UK shipping & migration

Mar1943 safe and well after falling into Japanese hands at the fall of Hong Kong (Capt E) British Army records

bur 1948 Hong Kong  @ 47 Hong Kong records

sp1    Susan OSBORNE

b 190x

m 1932.4 Totnes

sp2    Sophie Nicholls PERRETT

b 23Jul1908

m 1937.2 Totnes (Sophie N)

16Jul1937 @ 28 ^ 30 North Furzeham Road, Brixham: departed London aboard Rawalpindi for Shanghai (Sophie) UK shipping & migration

1939 evacuated to Sydney NSW prior to outbreak of war (Sophie) British Army records

4Dec1946 @ 38 ^ 30 North Furzeham Road, Brixham: departed Liverpool aboard Priam for Hong Kong (Sophie N) UK shipping & migration

1949 housewife @ 40: arrived Liverpool aboard Astyanax from Hong Kong, intended residence 30 North Forsham Road, Brixham (Sophie) UK shipping & migration

20Jun1969 appointed Serving Sister in the Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem UK life events

d Nov1990 Torbay

d 4Nov1990 Flat 2, 30 North Furzeham Road, Brixham UK wills & probates

son    Leonard Edwin MICHELMORE

b 28Nov1938

d 13May1940; bur Hong Kong Hong Kong records

 

 

 

Edwin

Edwin in 1918

 

 

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