M*CH*MORE One Name Study

CORNWALL

Tree 20. Descendants of George MICHELMORE
(Trewint, Cornwall, 157x)

The earliest members of this tree were born and lived in Cornwall. Other early Cornish MICHELMOREs, undoubtedly related, are summarised in Tree 600.

In this tree, the surname spelling changed from MICHELMORE to MUCHMORE at the beginning of the 18th century and this spelling has been maintained until the present day. The only other trees known to contain modern MUCHMOREs are Tree 02 (descendants of William) and the two US trees reconstructed by the Muchmore Family Association.

In the 19th century, several members of this tree moved to London: William in the early 1800s, the brothers Walter James and Richard in the 1860s, the brothers Walter and Charles in the 1870s, the brothers William and Walter about 1880, and Albert John in the 1880s. Several members of the tree just made it over the border into Devon: John in the 1840s and William and Albert Edward in the 1850s. William Henry  moved to South Wales about 1890 and William Henry moved to Central Wales in the early 1900s.

The first MUCHMOREs to move overseas were Thomas Ernest, who moved to South Australia about 1912, and William, who died in Western Australia in 1915.

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Generation 1

Tree 20

Generation 1

Family 0190

head  George MICHELMOORE possible link

b 157x

m 4Jan1602/03 Menheniot, CUNNEY

bur 6Jun1614 Menheniot ^ Trewint

29Jun1614 inventory values his goods and chattels at ₤26 8s 2d (MITCHILMORE) UK wills & probates

sp      Margrett CUNNEY

b 157x

m 4Jan1602/03 Menheniot

13Apr1615 bound by 100 administration bond for administering George's estate UK wills & probates

son    Rychard MICHELMOORE

chr [8May1603] Menheniot

?dau  Margaret MUCHELMORE

b 160x

m 29Jan1632 Menheniot, John ROWE

son    John MICHELMORE

chr [17Jan1607] Menheniot

son    William MYCHELMOORE

chr [8May1611] Menheniot

dau    Grace MICHELMORE

chr [14Aug1614] Menheniot, "father deceased"

m [3Nov1683] Linkinhorne, John HARRIS (MUTCHMOORE)

Trewint is a farm about 1.5 km north of Menheniot village. It is still active today, breeding pedigree South Devon cattle.

Trewint Farm

Trewint farm in 2013

In relation to average earnings, George's estate would have been worth the equivalent of about ₤150 000 today. This sum suggests George was a yeoman.

Grace would have been 69 at the time of her marriage. Possibly this record refers to another, as yet unknown Grace.

 
Generation 2

Tree 20

Generation 2

Family 0189

head  Rychard MICHELMOORE

chr [8May1603] Menheniot

m1 12Aug1633 Menheniot, LUKYE (Richard MUCHELMORE)

1641 enumerated in Cornwall Protestation Returns (Richard MICHELMORE) Early UK population returns

m2 14Nov1643 Menheniot, DANIELL (Richard MICHELMORE)

bur 4Apr1675 Menheniot (old Richard MICHELMORE)

sp1    Margaret LUKYE

?chr 25Sep1601 Egloshayle, Cornwall

m 12Aug1633 Menheniot (Margery)

bur 6Jan1642 Menheniot (Margery)

son    Thomas MICHELMOORE

chr [22Dec1633] Menheniot

dau    Jone MICHELMORE

chr [5Jun1636] Menheniot

m 1665 St Cleer, John COLE

bur 29Aug1729 Liskeard

son    John MUCHMOORE

chr [27Jan1638] Menheniot

4Mar1689/90 mariner ^ Linkinhorne, Cornwall, late belonging to HMS Exeter now belonging to Their Majesty's Ship Bredah: made will leaving his entire estate to Thomas MASCALL ^ Deptford, cook on HMS English Ruby UK wills & probates

(d 1690)

7Nov1690 probate granted to Thomas MASCELL UK wills & probates

dau    Philip MUCHMORE

b 164x

1664 ^ Liskeard, Cornwall: house assessed as having one hearth [2-4 rooms] Early UK population returns

26Jun1690 owner with John COLE of land in Liskeard near Luke Street (Phil MICHELMORE) UK legal documents

12Feb1701/02 single woman ^ Liskeard: made will leaving 10s to Johan DOBSON of Tavistock and her three children and the residue, including property in Liskeard, to her brother-in-law John COLE (MICHELMORE) UK wills & probates

23Feb1701/02 single woman, deceased: inventory shows property valued at ₤4 10s 4d UK wills & probates

5Mar1701/02 will probated Liskeard UK wills & probates

son    Richard MICHELLMORE

chr [11Apr1641] Menheniot

sp2    Elizabeth DANIELL

b 160x

m 14Nov1643 Menheniot

?bur 20May1651 Menheniot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A transcription of John's will is available here.

 

 

There is no gender error here. Philip is repeatedly referred to as a woman.

 

 

 

A transcription of Philip's will and an invenory of her estate are available here. In relation to average earnings, Philip's property would have been worth the equivalent of about ₤13 000 today.


Tree 20

Generation 2

Family 1435

head  William MYCHELMOORE

chr [8May1611] Menheniot

m1 27Apr1625 Liskeard, GOODALE (MICHMOORE)

1641 ^ Liskeard : enumerated in Cornwall Protestation Returns (MICHELMORE) Early UK population returns

m2 3Jul1637 Liskeard, PARDON ((MYCHELMORE)

1660/61 made will UK wills & probates

sp1     Susanna GOODALE

b 160x

m 27Apr1625 Liskeard

sp2     Joyce PARDON

b 161x

m 3Jul1637 Liskeard

 

 

There were two William MICHELMOREs recorded in Liskeard in 1641, this one and William [Tree 600].

 
Generation 3

Tree 20

Generation 3

Family 0188

head  Thomas MICHELMOORE

chr [22Dec1633] Menheniot

m 165x

1664 ^ Menheniot: house assessed as having one hearth [2-4 rooms] (MUCHMORE) Early UK population returns

sp      Elizabeth ??

b 163x

m 165x

bur 13Oct1703 Menheniot , "wife of Thomas (labourer)" (MUCHMORE)

dau    Margery MICHELLMOORE

chr [11Jan1658] Menheniot

son    John MICHELLMOORE

chr [4Aug1661] Menheniot

son    Oliver MICHELLMOORE

chr [22Jun1665] Menheniot

son    Nicholas MICHELLMOORE

chr [28Sep1667] Menheniot


Tree 20

Generation 3

Family 1429

head  Richard MICHELLMORE

chr [11Apr1641] Menheniot

m 166x

bur 28Mar1690 North Hill

sp      Mary ??

b 16xx

m 166x

bur 29May1702 Menheniot, "wife of Richard (labourer)"

 
Generation 4

Tree 20

Generation 4

Family 0182

head  John MICHELLMOORE

chr [4Aug1661] Menheniot

m 29Nov1688 St Cleer (MICHMORE)

bur 11May1712 St Cleer (MUCHMORE)

sp      Mary DERRY

b 166x

m 29Nov1688 St Cleer

bur 12Dec1736 St Germans

son    John MITCHMORE

chr 17Dec1689 St Cleer

son    Thomas MICHMORE

chr 29Sep1692 St Cleer

dau    Mary MUCHMOORE

chr [15Mar1695] St Cleer

m1 20Jun1718 St Cleer, Robert KEAST

m2 24Jan1725 St Cleer , Sampson DENNITHORN

son    James MUCHMORE

chr [5May1703] St Cleer

son    Jeremiah MUCHMORE

chr [25Jul1708] St Cleer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary may have been living with her son Jeremiah at the time of her death.


Tree 20

Generation 4

Family 0179

head  Oliver MICHELLMOORE

chr [22Jun1665] Menheniot

m1 19Aug1698 Menheniot, BUDGE (MICHELMORE)

m2 22Apr1706 Menheniot: Oliver MUCHMORE, labourer; Elizabeth KEANE

1702 labourer

bur 30Jul1732 Menheniot

sp1    Mary BUDGE

b 167x

m 19Aug1698 Menheniot

bur 29May1702 Menheniot

dau    Mary MUCHMORE

chr [29Nov1699] Menheniot

m 3Sep1738 Menheniot, Robert SYMONS

son    Thomas MUCHMORE

chr [16Jun1701] Menheniot

bur 6Aug1702 Menheniot

sp2    Elizabeth KEANE

b 167x

m 22Apr1706 Menheniot

son    Oliver MUCHMORE

chr [27May1707] Menheniot

son    John MUCHMORE

chr [2May1710] Menheniot

bur 17Feb1732/33 Menheniot


Tree 20

Generation 4

Family 0255

head  Nicholas MICHELLMOORE

chr [28Sep1667] Menheniot

m 13Apr1702 Menheniot: Nicholas MUCHMORE, labourer; Jane MAYNARD

bur 30Jan1728 Liskeard (MUCHMORE)

sp      Jane MAYNARD

b 167x

m 13Apr1702 Menheniot

bur 3Jun1755 St Martin by Looe

dau    Elizabeth MICHELLMORE

chr 2Feb1703 Liskeard

bur 2Jul1703 Liskeard

dau    Elizabeth MITCHMORE

chr 30Jun1706 Liskeard

bur 12Sep1708 Liskeard

son    Philip MUCHMORE

chr 21Jul1708 Liskeard

son    James MUDGEMORE

chr 17Feb1710 St John ^ Liskeard

bur 18Feb1710 St John

son    Nicholas MUCHMORE

chr 9Sep1717 Liskeard

bur 17Sep1769 St Martin by Looe

 
Generation 5

Tree 20

Generation 5

Family 0177

head  John MITCHMORE

chr 17Dec1689 St Cleer

m1 13May1712 St Germans

m2 11Apr1717 St Germans (MUDGMOORE)

bur 8Jan1756 St Germans @ 68 (MUCHMORE)

sp1    Alice SAWDY

b 168x

m 13May1712 St Germans

bur 9Feb1713/14 St Germans

sp2       Michal SPREDDLE

chr 29Dec1691 St Germans

m 11Apr1717 St Germans

bur 26Jul1761 St Germans @ 70 (Micha MUCHMORE)

dau    Mary MUCHMORE

chr [10Mar1717] St Germans

m 20Jul1750 St Germans, John HOBB

dau    Joan MUDGMOORE

chr 11May1720 St Germans

dau    Annis MUDGMORE

chr 23Mar1725 St Germans

son    John MUDGEMORE

chr 5Mar1729/30 St Germans

dau    Rebecca MUCHMORE

chr [30May1733] St Germans

m 2May1756 St Germans, John ANDREW (Rebeccah MUDGEMORE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rebecca signed her name MUCHMORE in the marriage register.


Tree 20

Generation 5

Family 0178

head  Thomas MICHMORE

chr 29Sep1692 St Cleer

m [11Oct1719] St Martin by Looe

24Oct1762 husbandman of St Martin: made will with bequests to his children John, Henry and Elizabeth and the residue to his wife and son James UK wills & probates

26Nov1762 probate granted to wife Elizabeth and son James UK wills & probates

sp      Eliza LOARD

chr 29May1693 St Martin by Looe

m 11Oct1719 St Martin by Looe (Eliza LORD)

bur 12Oct1768 St Martin by Looe, "widow”

14Oct1768 lately deceased: letter of administration granted St Martin by Looe to her sons John and Henry UK wills & probates

son    John MUCHMORE

chr [8Mar1719] St Martin by Looe

son    Henry MUCHMORE

chr [11Sep1722] St Martin by Looe

son    William MUCHAMORE

chr [23Feb1724/25] St Martin by Looe

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr 21Feb1727/28 St Martin by Looe

m [16Dec1751] St Martin by Looe, John KEAST

son Thomas KEAST

chr 30Mar1757 St Martin by Looe

m 2Nov1786 St Germans, Jennifer STATTON, mason

dau Betty Muchmore KEAST

chr 13Dec1789 St Germans

m 27Jul1813 St Germans, Hugh BRENTON [carpenter] (Betty)

d 1849.3 St Germans (Betty)

bur 3Jun1823 St Germans @ 67 ^ Trewle Foot

bur 28Sep1804 St Germans @ 81

son    Thomas MITCHELMORE

chr 27Sep1731 St Martin by Looe

bur 24Mar1757 St Martin by Looe (Thomas Junr)

son    James MITCHELMORE

chr 7Jan1734/35 St Martin by Looe

bur 31Mar1767 St Martin by Looe

 

 

 

 

 

A transcription of Thomas's will is available here.


Tree 20

Generation 5

Family 0183

head  James MUCHMORE

chr [5May1703] St Cleer

m 15Aug1736 St Martin by Looe

sp      Ann LAMERICK

b 171x

m 15Aug1736 St Martin by Looe

bur 10Nov1781 St Martin by Looe

son    John MUCHMORE

chr [11Jul1737] St Martin by Looe

son    Jeremiah MUCHMORE

chr [23May1739] St Martin by Looe

bur 13Jan1758 Stoke Damerel

dau    Mary MUCHMORE

chr [14Nov1744] St Germans

m 29Sep1763 Stoke Damerel: William DENHAM, mariner ; Mary MUCHMORE


Tree 20

Generation 5

Family 1424

head  Jeremiah MUCHMORE

chr [25Jul1708] St Cleer

m 17Jun1732 Landrake , PARKING (MUDGMORE)

bur 8Nov1735 Landrake (MUDGMORE)

sp      Thomasin PARKING

b 170x

m1 17Jun1732 Landrake , MUCHMORE

m2 1Apr1748 Landrake: Thomas SNELL ^ Menheniot; Thomasin MUDGMORE, widow


Tree 20

Generation 5

Family 0180

head  Oliver MUCHMORE

chr [27May1707] Menheniot

m 1Jan1732 Menheniot, PARKYN

bur 10Mar1769 Menheniot

sp      Mary PARKYN

b 170x

m 1Jan1732 Menheniot

bur 19May1780 Menheniot

son    John MUCHMORE

chr [1Jan1733] Menheniot

dau    Elizabeth MUCHMORE

chr [23Feb1736] Menheniot

dau    Susanna MUCHMORE

chr [12Feb1739] Menheniot

m 20Oct1766 St Veep, William BARRETT (Susannah)

son    Oliver MUCHMORE

chr [23Jul1743] Menheniot

bur 26Jul1743 Menheniot

dau    Anne MUCHMORE

chr [31Mar1744] Menheniot

bur 5Jun1835 St Martin by Looe @ 90 ^ Pollescourt

 
Generation 6

Tree 20

Generation 6

Family 1673

head  John MUCHMORE

chr [8Mar1719] St Martin by Looe

m 16May1756, WATTS

bur 6Apr1774 St Martin by Looe

sp       Hannah WATTS

b 172x

m 16May1756


Tree 20

Generation 6

Family 0174

head  Henry MUCHMORE

chr [11Sep1722] St Martin by Looe

m 23Dec1747 St Martin by Looe

1776 St Martins by Looe: made will UK wills & probates

bur 4Apr1776 St Martin by Looe

sp      Agnes GEACH

b 172x

m 23Dec1747 St Martin by Looe

5Jun1776 widow ^ St Martyns: signed bond related to the administration of her late husband's will (MUTCHMORE) UK wills & probates

dau    Elizabeth MUCHMORE

chr [24Nov1748] St Martin by Looe

m [9May1770] St Martin by Looe, Richard SCORY

son Humphrey Muchmore SCOREY

chr 1Dec1782 Maker, Cornwall

m 5Jan1804 Maker, Mary CHAPMAN

1841 agricultural labourer @ 55 b Cornwall ^ Tower Hill, Lanlivery (Humphrey)

1851 general labourer @ 69 b Millbrook, Cornwall ^ Tower Hill, East Looe (Humphrey)

1861 agricultural labourer, widower @ 79 ^ Castle Street, East Looe (Humphrey)

1871 formerly labourer @ 88 ^ Back Street, East Looe (Humphrey)

d 1872.1 Liskeard @ 89 (Humphrey)

son    William MUCHMORE

chr [6Feb1751] St Martin by Looe

son    Thomas MUCHMORE

chr [30Nov1752] St Martin by Looe

bur 8Dec1783 St Martin by Looe

son    Henry MUCHMORE

chr [4Feb1755] St Martin by Looe

bur 4Apr1776 St Martin by Looe

son    John MUCHMORE

chr [2Mar1757] St Martin by Looe

dau    Ann MUCHMORE

chr [17Sep1759] St Martin by Looe

son    James MUCHMORE

chr [21Apr1762] St Martin by Looe

bur 16Aug1772 St Martin by Looe

dau    Mary MUCHMORE

chr [13Dec1764] St Martin by Looe

m 14Jul1791 Lansallos: John HORE, sojourner; Mary MUCHMOOR

son    Richard MUCHMORE

chr [27May1767] St Martin by Looe

bur 22Oct1781 St Martin by Looe

son    Humphry MUCHMORE

chr [1Nov1770] St Martin by Looe

d 14Nov1781; bur St Martin by Looe (Humphrey)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth may have named her first child after her brother Humphry, who had died the previous year.

 


Tree 20

Generation 6

Family 0052

head  William MUCHAMORE

chr [23Feb1724/25] St Martin by Looe

m [26Feb1749] St Martin by Looe, Elizabeth ROSE (MUCHMORE)

bur 26Dec1761 St Martin by Looe (MUCHMORE)

sp      Elizabeth ROSE

b 172x

m [26Feb1749] St Martin by Looe

?bur 15Feb1764 St Martin by Looe, "widow” (MUCHMORE)

?bur 12Oct1768 St Martin by Looe, "widow” (MUCHMORE)


Tree 20

Generation 6

Family 0176

head  John MUCHMORE

chr [11Jul1737] St Martin by Looe

m 175x

bur 26Aug1768 Liskeard

sp      Hannah ??

b 172x

m 175x

son    William MUCHMORE

chr [21Sep1757] St Martin by Looe

d 1839.2 Liskeard

d 14Apr1839 Liskeard @ 82

son    John MUCHMORE

chr [3Jan1759] St Martin by Looe

son    James MUCHMORE

chr [21Jan1761] St Martin by Looe

bur 31Mar1767 St Martin by Looe

son    Thomas MUCHMORE

chr [15Jan1766] St Martin by Looe

bur 8Oct1766 St Martin by Looe


Tree 20

Generation 6

Family 0175

head  John MUCHMORE

chr [1Jan1733] Menheniot

12Feb1760 @ 25, son of Oliver MUCHMORE ^ Menheniot: named in lease of property in Higher Penpol, St Veep UK legal documents

m 22Sep1760 Liskeard: John MUCHMORE ^ Menhinnet; Elizabeth BUNT

8Jan1762 witness with John BUNT to lease of property at Looe Mills, Liskeard UK legal documents

d before Jul1769

sp      Elizabeth BUNT

b 173x

m1 22Sep1760 Liskeard, MUCHMORE

11Jul1769 widow: removal order from Liskeard to St Cleer with children confirmed UK legal documents

28Jan1772 widow, daughter of Thomas BUNT, miller, deceased UK legal documents

m2 11Jun1772, Liskeard: Robert BATTEN, sojourner; Elizabeth MUCHMORE, sojourner

bur 14May1803 Liskeard

dau    Jane MUCHMORE

chr [4Apr1763] Liskeard

m 5Jul1787 St Veep, Thomas SCANTLEBURY

son William SCANTLEBURY

chr 23Nov1789 St Veep

m 14Jun1814 St Winnow, Fanny HAWKE

1815 carpenter ^ Liskeard borough

dau Jane Muchmore SCANTLEBURY

chr 4Jun1815 Liskeard

m 2Mar1859 St James, Paddington, Thomas GURNEY (Jane) personal communication

d 14Dec1875 Paddington personal communication

son Richard SCANTLEBURY

chr 20Jun1799 St Veep

m 2Dec1823 Boconnoc, Cornwall, Elizabeth BRYANT

dau Jane Muchmore SCANTLEBURY

chr 16Jun1835 St Veep

m 1861.3 Kensington

m 24Aug1861 London St James, Paddington, Francis GILDER, stationer ^ St James, father Francis GILDER, carpenter & builder; Jane Muchmore SCANTLEBURY, father Richard SCANTLEBURY, farmer

1871  @ 35 b Cornwall ^ 155 Clarendon Road, Chelsea

1881 house keeper, married @ 45 b St Veep ^ 30 Oakley Cottage, London; head Felicie SORGE, dressmaker

d 1863 USA personal communication

bur 15Mar1839 St Winnow, Cornwall

son    John MUCHMORE

chr [14Sep1764] Liskeard

son    Oliver MUCHMORE

chr 9Apr1767 Liskeard

dau    Mary MITCHMORE

chr 5Mar1769 Liskeard, "daughter of widow Elizabeth"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The will of Elizabeth's brother Charles BUNT (probated 1813) refers to Elizabeth's first husband as Jn MUCHMORE and names Robert BATTEN as her current husband. UK wills & probates

 
Generation 7

Tree 20

Generation 7

Family 0094

head  William MUCHMORE

chr [6Feb1751] St Martin by Looe, "son of Henry and Anne"

5Jun1776 yeoman of St Martyns: signed bond related to the administration of his late father's will (MUTCHMORE) UK wills & probates

m [31Dec1782] St Martin by Looe, RUNDLE

bur 14Sep1799 St Martin by Looe

sp      Mary RUNDLE

b 175x

m [31Dec1782] St Martin by Looe

bur 29Nov1822 St Martin by Looe @ 73 ^ Bokenver

dau    Agness MUCHMORE

chr [6Apr1785] St Martin by Looe

m [1Jun1809] St Martin by Looe, Charles HALEY

son    Richard MUCHMORE

chr [14Feb1787] St Martin by Looe

dau    Mary MUCHMORE

chr [12Aug1790] St Martin by Looe

m [13Apr1815] St Martin by Looe: John HANCOCK @ 24; Mary MUCHMORE; witnesses [brothers] Richard & William MUCHMORE

son    William MUCHMORE

chr [3Apr1793] St Martin by Looe

dau    Ann MUCHMORE

chr [5Mar1795] St Martin by Looe

m [25Nov1817] St Martin by Looe, William TOMS, labourer; Ann MUCHMORE; witness [ brother ] William MUCHMORE

 

William's baptism record appears to name his parents incorrectly.


Tree 20

Generation 7

Family 0173

head  John MUCHMORE

chr [2Mar1757] St Martin by Looe

m 4Nov1785 St Martin by Looe

bur 7Oct1819 St Martin by Looe @ 62 ^ Longcoe

sp      Ann MORRISH

b 176x

m 4Nov1785 St Martin by Looe

son    Henry MUCHMORE

chr [10Sep1786] St Martin by Looe


Tree 20

Generation 7

Family 0181

head  John MUCHMORE

chr [3Jan1759] St Martin by Looe

m 6Aug1792 Liskeard: John MUCHMORE; Mary Ann BOUND; witness [brother] William MUCHMORE

1841 agricultural labourer @ 80 b Cornwall ^ Castle Street, Liskeard

d 1845.4 Liskeard

d 10Dec1845 Liskeard @ 87 personal communication

sp      Mary Ann BOUND

(b 1765)

m 6Aug1792 Liskeard

1841 @ 75 b Cornwall ^ Castle Street, Liskeard

d 1842.2 Liskeard

bur 28Apr1842 Liskeard @ 79

son    William MUCHMORE

chr 17Nov1793 Liskeard

son    John MUCHMORE

chr 12Feb1797 Liskeard

?dau  Mary MUCHMORE

(b 1800) Liskeard

m 24May1832 Stoke Damerel, William GILBARD

1841 @ 40 b Cornwall ^ Castle Street, Liskeard with husband & parents (GILBIRD)

1851 lodging housekeeper @ 51 b Liskeard ^ 81 Castle Street, Liskeard (GILBARD)

dau Sarah Muchmore GILBERT

chr 7Jul1833 Liskeard

1841 @ 8 ^ Castle Street, Liskeard with parents and grandparents (Sarah GILBIRD)

1851 dressmaker @ 18 b Liskeard ^ 81 Castle Street, Liskeard with mother (GILBARD)

m 1858.2 East Stonehouse

m 24Jun1858 Plymouth St George, Stonehouse: William HAWKINGS, carpenter @ 27 ^ 13 Battery Street, father Richard HAWKINGS, sawyer; Sarah Muchmore GILBERT @ 25 ^ 13 Battery Street, father William GILBERT, road surveyor

1861 @ 27 b Liskeard ^ Church Street North, Liskeard (Sarah M)

1871 @ 37 b Cornwall ^ Lummaton Place, St Marychurch (Sarah HOCKINGS)

1881 dressmaker @ 47 b Liskeard ^ 5 Woodside Cottages, St Marychurch (Sarah)

1891 @ 57 b Liskeard ^ 5 Woodside Cottage, St Marychurch (Sarah HAWKINS)

d 1905.1 Newton Abbot @ 71

dau Mary Ann Muchmore GILBERT

chr 31Dec1835 Liskeard

d 1838.4 Liskeard

d 1860.1 Liskeard

dau    Sarah MUCHMORE

chr 6Mar1803 Liskeard

dau    Peggy MUCHMORE

chr 28Jul1805 Liskeard

m 25Mar1824 Liskeard, Joseph HANCOCK [1851 inn keeper]; Peggy MUCHMORE; witnesses [parents] Mary Ann & Joseph MUCHMORE, with consent of parents

1851 @ 46 ^ Liskeard with husband (Margaret)

5Aug1869 executor of brother Walter's will (Margaret) UK wills & probates

son    Walter James MUCHMORE

chr 19Oct1806 Liskeard

1841 male servant @ 28 ^ Parade, Liskeard; head: Robert WEBB, innkeeper

1849 refused to make court-ordered payment (Walter) UK legal documents

1851 unm farmer @ 44 ^ Liskeard, lodging with sister[-in-law] Peggy HANCOCK and her husband

1856 ^ Liskeard: won prize for best hog ram at East Cornwall Agricultural Show (Walter) UK life events

1858 ^ Liskeard: won prize for best brood mare at East Cornwall Agricultural Show (Walter) UK life events

1861 innkeeper and brewer @ 54 b Liskeard ^ Liskeard, boarding with sister Margaret HANCOCK and her husband (Walter Jas)

1863 farmer ^ nr Liskeard: lambing season has already commenced (Mr) UK life events

1864/65 freeholder of a house on Church Street, Liskeard: on Voter's List UK life events

1867 two lads found guilty of stealing two of his sacks (Mr W) UK legal documents

d 1869.2 Liskeard @ 63 (Walter)

d 11Jun1869 Liskeard: farmer; probate granted 5Aug1869 Bodmin  to Margaret HANCOCK, innkeeper ^ Liskeard, sister, estate under 300 (Walter) UK wills & probates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Walter's estate would have been equivalent to about 170,000 today.


Tree 20

Generation 7

Family 1419

head  John MUCHMORE

chr [14Sep1764] Liskeard

m 2Jun1796 Fowey

1813 carpenter

1825 ^ Fowey: eligible to vote in parliamentary elections UK legal documents

1841 carpenter @ 75 b Cornwall ^ Church Yard, Fowey

1841- 1846 carpenter ^ West Street, Fowey UK legal documents

1851 carpenter @ 86 b Liskeard ^ Church Lane, Fowey

d 1853.1 St Austell

sp      Elizabeth FOUND

(b 1773) Tywardreath, Cornwall

m 2Jun1796 Fowey

1841 @ 68 b Cornwall ^ Church Yard, Fowey

1851 @ 77 b Tywardreath ^ Church Lane, Fowey

d 1859.2 St Austell

d 22Apr1859 Fowey @ 86, "one of the oldest inhabitants" UK newspaper announcements

dau    Anne MUCHMORE

chr 4Jul1796 Fowey

?son   John MUCHMORE

b 179x

bur 28Nov1799 Fowey

son    John MUCHMORE

chr 20Oct1800 Fowey

dau    Elizabeth MUCHMORE

chr 24Oct1802 Fowey

m 14Dec1829 East Stonehouse, William GILES

1851 @ 48 b Devonport ^ Milton Street, Brixham with husband [quarryman]

son    William MUCHMORE

chr 19Jul1805 Fowey

dau    Mary MUCHMORE

chr 21Jan1810 Fowey

1839 Fowey: banns read for William UDY and Mary MUCHMORE

m1 1839.2 St Austell, William UDY [1841 blacksmith]

m1 Apr1839 Fowey, William UDY (Miss) UK newspaper announcements

son William Muchmore UDY

b 1840.3 St Austell

chr 16Aug1840 Fowey

d 1843.2 St Austell

d 2Apr1843 @ 2 yr 8 mo; bur Fowey

1841 @ 30 b Cornwall ^ Fore Street, Fowey

m2 1847.4 St Austell

dau    Susan MUCHMORE

chr 29Dec1813 Fowey

1841 female servant @ 25 b not Somerset ^ Edgar House, Walcot, Bath (Susanah MUCHMORE)

m 1844.3 Bodmin

m 19Sep1844 Blisland, Cornwall: John COUCH, shipwright ^ Woolwich, Kent, father John COUCH, shoemaker; Susan MUCHMORE, servant ^ Trewardale, father John MUCHMORE, carpenter; witness [brother-in-law] William UDY

1846 ^ Queen Street, Woolwich

1848 ^ 2 Charlotte Place, Woolwich

son William Muchmore COUCH

b 1848.4 Lewisham

b 5Oct1848

chr 5Nov1848 London St Mary Magdelene, Woolwich

1851 @ 2 b Woolwich ^ White Cottages, Woolwich Road, Woolwich with father

1881 unm cab driver, boarder @ 32 ^ 83 Caldedonian Road, Islington; head Mary OXLEY, widow (Wm)

d 1887.2 Woolwich (William)

bur 24Jun1887 c ^ 6 Albert Street

d 1850.3 Lewisham

bur 6Sep1850 Charlton St Thomas, Woolwich

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Tree 20

Generation 7

Family 1421

head  Oliver MUCHMORE

chr [9Apr1767] Liskeard

m 20Nov1800 Lanteglos by Fowey: Oliver MUCHMORE, labourer ^ St Veep; Sarah COLENSOE; witness [brother-in-law] Thomas SCANTLEBURY

bur 30Aug1809 Lanteglos by Fowey

sp      Sarah COLENSOE

(b 1767)

m 20Nov1800 Lanteglos by Fowey

1841 independent means @ 70 ^ Higher Elms Cottage, Talland, Cornwall; head: Joseph PEARCE, farmer

bur 26Feb1849 Lanteglos by Fowey @ 82 ^ Donah, Boconnor, Cornwall

dau    Elizabeth MUCHMORE

chr 24Aug1801 Lanteglos by Fowey

m 15Nov1828 Tywardreath, Thomas WALKHAM

dau    Sarah MUCHMORE

chr 19Feb1804 Lanteglos by Fowey

m 5Mar1829 St Winnow, Joseph PARNE

dau    Susanna MACHMORE

chr 5Apr1807 Lanteglos by Fowey

bur 5Dec1823 Lanteglos by Fowey @ 16 ^ Bodineck

dau    Mary MUCHMORE

chr 8Feb1809 Lanteglos by Fowey

1836 Fowey: banns read for Samuel BULLER and Mary MUCHMORE ^ Tywardeath

m 5Jun1836 Tywardreath: Samuel BULLER; Mary MUCHMORE

m 5Jun1836 Fowey: S BULLER (Miss) UK newspaper announcements

d 8Aug1838 Fowey @ 26 (?)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The parish of Boconnoc is about 10 km north of Lanteglos.

 
Generation 8

Tree 20

Generation 8

Family 0140

head  Richard MUCHMORE

chr [14Feb1787] St Martin by Looe

m [18Jun1816] Talland, BOWDEN

m 18Jun1816 Talland: Richard MUCHMORE ^ St Martin's; Mary BOWDEN ^ West Looe UK newspaper announcements

1851 agricultural labourer @ 64 b St Martins ^ West Street, Antony (MICHMORE)

d 1856.4 St Germans

sp      Mary BOWDEN

(b 1788) Duloe, Cornwall

m [18Jun1816] Talland

1851 home @ 64 b Duloe ^ West Street, Antony (MICHMORE)

1861 widowed pauper, sole head @ 73 b Duloe ^ Greenland, Maker, Cornwall

1871 widow @ 83 b Duloe ^ Maker with daughter Ann (MITCHMORE)

d 1874.1 St Germans @ 86 (MITCHMORE)

bur 25Feb1874 Millbrook, Cornwall @ 86 ^ West Street , Millbrook (MITCHMORE)

dau    Agnes MUCHMORE

chr [13May1817] St Martin by Looe

1851 unm house servant @ 32 b St Martin ^ Maker, Cornwall (MICHMORE); head: William PROWSE, general practitioner

1861 lodger @ 43 b Pethick St Martin ^ East Stonehouse; head: Alfred Wilson ARNALL

son    William MUCHMORE

chr [20Feb1820] St Martin by Looe

?1841 seaman @ 19 b not Pembrokeshire ^ Royal Marine Barracks, Pembroke St Mary, Pembrokeshire (Will)

?1842 ordinary seaman: awarded China War Medal 1842 (William MUTCHMORE)

dau    Ann Bowden MUCHMORE

(b 1825) St Martin by Looe

1851 school @ 26 b St Martins ^ West Street, Antony (Ann B MICHMORE)

m 1851.3 St Germans, William LEVITON

son Richard Muchmore LEVITON

b 1854.2 St Germans

1876 emigrated to Australia aboard Forfarshire with mother

1871 dressmaker, widow @ 46 b St Martin by Looe ^ Maker, Cornwall

1876 emigrated to Australia aboard Forfarshire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IGI has a second baptism for Agnes on 7Sep1817, in the same parish and with the same parents. It is not known why she was baptised twice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 1841/42 seaman records could relate to William [Tree 13].


Tree 20

Generation 8

Family 0079

head  William MUCHMORE

chr [3Apr1793] St Martin by Looe

m 11Oct1821 St Martin by Looe: William MUCHMORE; Elizabeth PEARCE; witness Grace PEARCE

1841 agricultural labourer @ 45 b Cornwall ^ St Martins (MUCHAMORE)

1851 agricultural labourer @ 58 b St Martins, Cornwall ^ Great Tree, St Martin by Looe

d 4Dec1855 @ 62; bur St Martin by Looe. Also named on memorial: his wife Elizabeth and son William

bur 8Feb1855 St Martin by Looe @ 61 ^ Great Tree, "died in cottage by Longcoe Gate"

sp      Elizabeth PEARCE

(b 1798) Morval, Cornwall

m 11Oct1821 St Martin by Looe

1841 @ 40 b Cornwall ^ St Martins (MUCHAMORE)

1851 @ 53 b Morval ^ Great Tree, St Martin by Looe

d 1858.1 Liskeard

d 18Feb1858 @ 59; bur St Martin by Looe

bur 22Feb1858 St Martin by Looe @ 59 ^ Great Tree

son    William MUCHMORE

chr [11Apr1822] St Martin by Looe

d 1845.4 Liskeard

d 13Oct1845 @ 23; bur St Martin by Looe

bur 15Oct1845 Liskeard @ 23 ^ Great Tree

son    John MUCHMORE

chr 16Apr1828 St Martin by Looe

IGI also records a marriage between William MITCHMORE and Elizabeth PEARCE, presumably the same couple, on 13Jan1822 at Maker. It is not known why they married twice.

 

 

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Family memorial


Tree 20

Generation 8

Family 0081

head  Henry MUCHMORE

chr [10Sep1786] St Martin by Looe

m1 22Feb1814 St Martin by Looe, BRAY

m2 9Apr1822 Maker, KINGDON

31Dec1836 member of jury at Bodmin Quarter Sessions UK legal documents

1841 farmer @ 55 ^ Poliscourt, St Martins (MUCHINORE)

1844 yeoman ^ St Martin by Looe: trustee of will of the late John BRAY UK legal documents

1849 ^ St Martins: member of Grand Jury for Cornwall Midsummer Sessions at Bodmin (Mr H) UK legal documents

1851 retired farmer @ 56 b St Martins, Cornwall ^ Elliscourt, St Martins (MUCHIMORE)

1851-1853 occupier of house and land at Poliscourt, St Martin by Looe UK life events

d 1855.4 Liskeard

d 5Dec1855 St Martin by Looe @ 69

d 5Dec1855 Polliscourt, St Martins @ 69, yeoman (Mr H) UK newspaper announcements

d Dec1855 Alice Court near Looe @ 68 UK newspaper announcements

d 5Dec1855 @ 69; bur St Martin by Looe. Also named on memorial: his second wife Mary

bur 8Dec1855 St Martin by Looe @ 69 ^ Poliscourt

1856 St Martin by Looe: yeoman; probate granted UK wills & probates

sp1    Jenny BRAY

(b 1785)

m [22Feb1814] St Martin by Looe

bur 28Jun1820 St Martin by Looe @ 35 ^ Longcoe

son    John MUCHMORE

chr [23Dec1816] St Martin by Looe

son    William MUCHMORE

chr [10Jun1818] St Martin by Looe

1841 @ 22 ^ Poliscourt, St Martins with father and stepmother (MUCHINORE)

1851 blind farmer @ 35 b St Martins, Cornwall ^ Elliscourt, St Martins (MUCHIMORE)

1861 farmers son, interest from houses, deaf and dumb from birth @ 42 b St Martins ^ Palliscort, St Martin with brother John

1871 annuitant, deaf and dumb @ 52 b St Martin by Looe ^ Longcoe , St Martin with brother John

1881 farmer @ 62 b St Martin L ^ Paliscourt, St Martin with brother John

1891 living on own means, deaf and dumb from birth @ 72 b St Martin ^ Fore Street, East Looe with brother John

d 25Feb1892 @ 73; bur St Martin by Looe

bur 28Feb1892 St Martin by Looe @ 73 ^ East Looe, "late of Longcoe & Polliscourt (deaf & dumb and of late years blind)"

sp2    Mary KINGDON

(b 1776 ) St Martin by Looe

m 9Apr1822 Maker

1841 @ 55 ^ Poliscourt, St Martins (MUCHINORE)

1851 @ 73 b St Martins, Cornwall ^ Elliscourt, St Martins (MUCHIMORE)

1861 farmers widow, interest from houses @ 85 b St Martins ^ Palliscort, St Martin with stepson John and his family

d 1862.2 Liskeard

d 5May1862 @ 86; bur St Martin by Looe

bur 9May1862 St Martin by Looe @ 82 ^ Palace Court

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presumably John BRAY was Henry's wife's father.

 

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Henry's memorial

An enlargement of the lower part of the memorial is available here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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William's memorial

 

 


Tree 20

Generation 8

Family 0113

head  William MUCHMORE

chr 17Nov1793 Liskeard

m 7Mar1819 Liskeard: William MUCHMORE, carpenter; Ann HOAR; witness [sister] Mary A MUCHMORE

1824 ^ Fitzroy Row, St Pancras

1826 carpenter ^ Everest Street, St Pancras

1829 carpenter ^ Cumberland Market, St Pancras

1835, 1837 ^ Frederick Street, St Pancras

1838 piano maker ^ Frederick Street, St Pancras

1851 journeyman pianoforte [maker], widower @ 56 b Liskeard ^ 65 King Street, St Pancras

1861 joiner and piano forte maker @ 67 b Cornwall ^ 1 Prospect Cottages, St Pancras (MUTCHMORE)

1871 piano forte maker, widower @ 77 b Cornwall ^ Bayham Street, St Pancras. Also in household: daughter Sophia and family

d 1873.3 Pancras @ 79

d 16Aug1873 79 Bayham Street, "cause decay of nature” personal communication

bur 21Aug1873 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

sp      Ann HOAR [Tree 900]

chr 4Nov1798 Liskeard

m 7Mar1819 Liskeard

d 1842.3 St Pancras

d 1Sep1842 35 Frederick Street, Camden Town, "cause softening of the brain [cerebromalacia]” personal communication

bur 4Sep1842 North Grove, Whitefields Memorial Church, Camden Town

dau    Elizabeth MUCHMORE

chr 13Sep1819 Liskeard

m 1842.2 Pancras

m 3Apr1842 St Pancras, London: Joseph TATCHELL, tailor ^ Frederick Street , father Thomas TATCHELL, rope maker; Elizabeth MUCHMORE ^ Frederick Street, father William MUCHMORE, pianoforte maker; witnesses William MUCHMORE, Amelia SCANTLEBURY

1851 @ 36 ^ 11 Stanhope Street, Regents Park

Jun1854 separated from husband personal communication

30Jun1863 ^ 41 Union Street, Wells Street, Oxford Street, Middlesex with Henry ARNOLD personal communication

div 10May1864 on the grounds of adultery, correspondent Henry ARNOLD personal communication

1871 @ 51 b Liskeard ^ 8 Chenies Street, Finsbury with Henry (ARNOLD)

d 1881.1 Holborn @ 61 (Eliza ARNOLD)

d 1Jan1881 Spa Cottages, Clerkenwell personal communication

bur 9Jan1881 Manor Park Cemetery, East Ham

son    John MUCHMORE

(b 1823) St Pancras

bur 8Sep1824 St Pancras, London @ 15 mo ^ Fitzroy Row

son    William MUCHMORE

b 29Mar1826

dau    Louisa MUCHMORE

b 22Mar1829

chr 10May1829 St Pancras, London

1851 servant @ 22 ^ 11 Stanhope Street, Regents Park with sister Elizabeth (MEECHAMOND)

son    Frederick Walter MUCHMORE

b 15Aug1831

dau    Sophia MUCHMORE

(b 1835) St Pancras

bur 8Jan1837 St Pancras, London @ 2 ^ Frederick Street

dau    Ellen MUCHMORE

b 21Jul1836

chr 2Sep1838 St Pancras, London

1851 @ 14 b St Pancras ^ 65 King Street, St Pancras with father

m 1862.4 Pancras

1859 servant to Mr & Mrs HARE: gave evidence in their divorce case in 1863 UK legal documents

m 25Dec1862 All Saints, Camden Town: John BALE, jeweller ^ 23 King Street, father Thomas BALE, basket maker; Ellen MUCHMORE ^ 1 Prospect Cottage, Camden Street, father William MUCHMORE, pianoforte maker; witness [father] William MUCHMORE

d 1867.1 St Pancras @ 29

d 29Jan1867 9 Raglan Street, Kentish Town, "cause phthisis [tubercolosis]” personal communication

dau    Sophia Ann MUCHMORE

b 1838.2 Pancras

1851 scholar @ 12 b St Pancras ^ 65 King Street, St Pancras with father (Sophia)

1861 servant @ 22 b St Pancras ^ 1 Prospect Cottages, St Pancras with father (Sophia)

m1 1865.1 Marylebone, George ARIS

m1 19Feb1865 Holy Trinity, Marylebone: George ARIS, cellarman ^ Cirencester Place, father Thomas ARIS, labourer; Sophia Ann MUCHMORE ^ Trinity District, father William MUCHMORE, pianoforte maker; witnesses William MUCHMORE, Ellen BALE

1871 @ 30 b St Pancras  ^ Bayham Street, St Pancras with father, husband and children

1881 widow @ 40 ^ 70 Bayham Street, Camden (Sophia ARIS)

m2 21Oct1881 St Saviours, Hampstead: James NEVILLE, widower, gardener ^ South Hampstead, father John NEVILLE, bailiff; Sophia ARIS, widow @ 40 ^ South Hampstead, father William (deceased) pianoforte maker; witness George NEVILLE

d 1918.1 Camberwell @ 79

d 3Mar1918 1 Nivel Buildings, Peckham Rye, Camberwill, "cause acute bronchitis” personal communication

son    Alfred MUCHMORE

b 1841.2 Pancras

1851 @ 10 b St Pancras ^ 65 King Street, St Pancras with father

1861 @ 20 St Pancras ^ 1 Prospect Cottages, St Pancras with father

d 1862.2 Pancras

bur 18May1862 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 1861 census entry states that William was married, but no second marriage has been found and there was no wife in the household.

 

 

 

 

 

Ann's sister Mary Ann Muchmore HOAR [Tree 900] may have been named in honour of Ann's husband-to-be.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amelia SCANTLEBURY, one of the witnesses to Elizabeth's marriage, was a sister of Jane Muchmore SCANTLEBURY, a very distant cousin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ellen was baptised at the same ceremony as her brother Frederick.


Tree 20

Generation 8

Family 0790

head  John MUCHMORE

chr 12Feb1797 Liskeard

m 28Dec1823 Liskeard: John MUCHMORE; Mary COOK; witness William COOK

1841 agricultural labourer @ 35 ^ Pound Bridge Hill, Liskeard

1847 postman

1851 baker, letter deliverer @ 45 b Liskeard ^ Pound Bridge, Liskeard

1861 letter carrier @ 64 b Liskeard ^ Well Lane, Liskeard

1871 gardener @ 73 b Liskeard ^ Cannon Terrace, Liskeard

d 1874.1 Liskeard

d 23Feb1874 Liskeard  @ 79 ^ Cannon Terrace, Liskeard UK newspaper announcements

sp      Mary COOK

chr 6Jan1804 Liskeard

m 28Dec1823 Liskeard

1841 @ 35 ^ Pound Bridge Hill, Liskeard

1851 @ 47 b Liskeard ^ Pound Bridge, Liskeard

1861 @ 58 b Liskeard ^ Well Lane, Liskeard

1871 @ 68 b Liskeard ^ Cannon Terrace, ^ Liskeard

1881 formerly shopkeeper , widow @ 79 b Liskeard ^ Castle Garden, Liskeard with daughter Mary

d 1884.2 Liskeard @ 83

bur 4May1884 Liskeard

son    Thomas MUCHMORE

chr 5Dec1824 Liskeard

son    William MUCHMORE

chr 27Jul1827 Liskeard

son    Henry MUCHMORE

chr 9May1830 Liskeard

son    John MUCHMORE

(b 1831) Liskeard

son    Walter James MUCHMORE

(b 1835) Liskeard

dau    Mary Jane MUCHMORE

b 1840.1 Liskeard

1841 @ 1 ^ Pound Bridge Hill, Liskeard with parents (Mary)

1851 scholar @ 11 b Liskeard (Mary)

m 1857.4 Plymouth, Richard BETTISON [1871 cabinet maker]

m 17Nov1857 Plymouth Charles: Richard BETTINSON, cabinet maker ^ Norley Place, father Charles BETTINSON, carpenter; Mary Jane MUCHMORE ^ Norley Place, father John MUCHEMORE, letter carrier

m 17Nov1857 Plymouth: Richard BETTISON ^ Liskeard; Mary MUCHMORE, only daughter of John MUCHMORE ^ Liskeard UK newspaper announcements

1871 @ 30 b Liskeard ^ Liskeard

1881 @ 40 b Liskeard ^ Castle Garden, Liskeard

1891 @ 52 ^ Farley Cottages, Liskeard (Mary J)

1901 @ 62 ^ 6 Varley Cottages, Liskeard

1911 @ 73 ^ St Austell, Cornwall (Nary Ann BETTISON)

d 1912.3 Liskeard @ 78 (Mary J)

son    Richard MUCHMORE

b 1842.2 Liskeard

?son  James MUCHMORE

b 1844.2 Liskeard

d 1844.4 Liskeard

bur 8Oct1844 Liskeard @ 6 mo


Tree 20

Generation 8

Family 1681

head  Sarah MUCHMORE

b 6Mar1803 Liskeard

dau    Ann Maria MUCHMORE

chr 11Feb1827 Liskeard, "base daughter of Sarah”

bur 30Oct1827 Liskeard @ 10 mo (Ann)


Tree 20

Generation 8

Family 0353

head  Anne MUCHMORE

chr 4Jul1797 Fowey

m 23Nov1830 Stoke Damerel, BASSETT

1841 female servant @ 40 b Cornwall ^ Ship Inn, Fowey (Ann); head: Elizabeth BORLASE, publican

1851 house servant @ 53 b Fowey ^ Church Lane with parents (Ann). Also in household: her niece Elizabeth UDY

1861 family servant, widow @ 65 b Fowey ^ Church Yard, Fowey with daughter Emma

d 1881.1 St Austell @ 84

dau    Catherine MUCHMORE

chr 19Sep1818 Fowey

bur 1822 Fowey @ 4 (Caroline)

son    John MUCHMORE

chr 8May1825 Fowey

bur 1829 Fowey @ 4

sp      William BASSETT

b 179x

m 23Nov1830 Stoke Damerel

d 1838.3 St Austell

dau    Emma BASSETT

(b 1832) Fowey

1851 servant @ 18 b Fowey ^ Trefalgar Square, Fowey; head: John MEIN, Lieutenant RN

m 1856.2 St Austell, Robert ROACH (Ann)

son William Muchmore ROACH

b 1864.3 St Austell (William Machmore)

chr 19Oct1864 Fowey

1881 sailor @ 16 b Fowey ^ Military Way, Fowey with mother and siblings (William)

d 24Aug1899 @ 34; bur Green Lane Cemetery, Fowey

d 24Aug1899 at sea, "on voyage to Adelaide, eldest son of the late Robert ROACH ^ The Esplanade, Fowey" UK newspaper announcements

1861 master mariners wife @ 28 b Fowey ^ Church Yard. Also in household: mother Ann, aunt Elizabeth GILES & cousin E[lizabeth] Ann [Mary's daughter]

1881 master mariners wife @ 47 b Fowey ^ Military Way, Fowey

d 1920.1 St Austell @ 88


Tree 20

Generation 8

Family 0092

head  John MUCHMORE

chr 20Oct1800 Fowey

25Oct1828 able seaman, HMS Lapwing @ 27 b Fowey: en route to Falmouth; discharged 15Jan1829 UK Navy

m 4Mar1830 Falmouth, LEWARN

1836 mariner ^ Flushing

d before 1841

sp      Elizabeth LEWARN

(b 1805) Falmouth

m 4Mar1830 Falmouth

1841 widow [crossed out] @ 35 b Cornwall ^ Lorkins Court, Ludgate Hill, Falmouth with father William LEWARNE, mariner (Elizth)

1851 widowed sailor's daughter @ 45 b Falmouth ^ Mulberry Square, Falmouth

1861 widow @ 55 b Falmouth ^ Mulberry Square, Falmouth, boarding with daughter Elizabeth (MICHMORE)

1871 widow, retired dress maker @ 65 b Falmouth ^ Retreat, Falmouth

d 1890.4 Falmouth @ 85

bur 1Jan1891 Falmouth @ 85 ^ Earles Retreat, Falmouth, "widow of Willm MUCHMORE, mariner”

d 29Dec1890 @ 85; bur Falmouth

dau    Elizabeth Ann MUCHMORE

chr [5Jan1831] Falmouth

1841 @ 10 b Cornwall ^ Lorkins Court, Ludgate Hill, Falmouth with mother (Elizth)

m 1854.2 Truro (Elizabeth Anne)

m 3Jun1854 St Just in Roseland: Richard Thomas PERRINS, mariner ^ St Mawes, father Richard PERRINS, mariner; Elizabeth Ann MUCHMORE ^ St Mawes, father John MUCHMORE, mariner

son Henry Muchmore PERRINS

b 1873.1 Falmouth

1881 @ 8 b Falmouth ^ 24 Mulberry Square, Falmouth with mother (Henry)

m 1898.3 Barnet, Emily PEAK

1901 printer compositor @ 28 b Falmouth ^ South Mimms, Hertfordshire (Henry M)

1911 compositor @ 38 b Falmouth ^ 90 Salisbury Road , Barnet

d 1963.4 Barnet @ 90 (Henry M)

1881 sailors wife @ 50 b Falmouth ^ 24 Mulberry Square, Falmouth

d 1925.1 Falmouth @ 94 (Elizabeth A)

d 12Mar1925 @ 95; bur Falmouth

son    William Henry Lewarne MUCHMORE

chr [23Mar1834] Falmouth

son    John Richard MUCHMORE

chr 14Oct1836 Mylor [near Falmouth]

son    Charles Richard MUCHMORE

chr [26Jan1837] Falmouth

bur 12Nov1837 Falmouth @ 13 mo

dau    Mary Ann Lewarne MUCHMORE

b 1838.3 Falmouth

1841 @ 2 b Cornwall ^ Lorkins Court, Ludgate Hill, Falmouth with mother (Mary)

1851 @ 12 b Falmouth ^ Mulberry Square, Falmouth with widowed mother (Mary A MUTCHMORE)

dau Elizabeth Lewarn MUCHMORE

(b Jun1858)

b 1858.3 Falmouth

d 1860.1 Falmouth (Elizabeth Lewarne)

bur 16Feb1860 Falmouth @ 1 yr 8 mo ^ Mulberry Square, Falmouth (Elizabeth Lewarne)

1861 servant @ 22 b Falmouth ^ Kenwyn; head: Robert DREW

m 1863.2 Truro, William BRAY [1881 tin smelter]

1881 @ 41 b Falmouth ^ Calenick Village, Kea, Cornwall with husband and family

son    Charles MUCHMORE

b 1840.4 Falmouth (MINCHMORE)

1841 @ 8 mo b Cornwall ^ Lorkins Court, Ludgate Hill, Falmouth with mother (John)

d 1849.4 Falmouth (John Charles)

d 16Jul1849 nr Falmouth, "fell from a wain and was run over" (John C) UK life events

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth's burial entry has confused her husband with her son William.


Tree 20

Generation 8

Family 1411

head  William MUCHMORE

chr 19Jun1805 Fowey

m 183x

1871 stone mason @ 65 b Fowey ^ Fowey

d 1875.3 St Austell @ 70 (MULCHMORE)

sp      Mary ??

(b 1805) Saltash

m 183x

1871 @ 65 b Saltash ^ Fowey

d 1895.4 St Austell @ 89

 
Generation 9

Tree 20

Generation 9

Family 0017

head  John MUCHMORE

chr 16Apr1828 St Martin by Looe

1841 @ 13 b Cornwall ^ St Martins with parents

1851 apprentice wheelwright @ 21 b St Martin by Looe ^ Great Tree, St Martin by Looe with parents

m 1861.3 Plymouth

1861 unm wheelwright, sole lodger @ 30 b St Martin by Looe ^ Liskeard Road, St Germans

1871 millwright @ 40 b St Martin by Looe ^ Polbathick, St Germans. Also in household: mother-in-law Mary A STANTON

1875 helped organise annual festival of St Germans Temperance & Rechabite Societies (J) UK life events

1881 "agricultural mechanist (10/1)" @ 51 b St Martin ^ Polbathic Village, St Germans. Also in household: his mother-in-law Mary Ann STANTON

1890 helped organise annual festival of St Germans & Tideford Temperance Societies (J) UK life events

1891 millwright @ 61 b St Martin ^ Polbathic, St Germans

1901 journeyman carpenter @ 71 b St Martins ^ Polbathick, St Germans

d 1902.3 St German @ 72

d 12Aug1902 Polbathic @ 72 UK newspaper announcements

sp      Elizabeth STANTON

(b 1841) St Germans

m 1861.3 Plymouth

1871 @ 30 b St Germans ^ Polbathick, St Germans

1881 @ 40 b St Germans ^ Polbathic Village, St Germans

1891 @ 50 b St Germans ^ Polbathic, St Germans

1901 @ 60 b St Germans ^ Polbathick, St Germans

d 1902.2 St Germans @ 62

d 24May1902 Polbathic @ 62 UK newspaper announcements

son    John MUCHMORE

b 1861.4 St Germans

chr 16Nov1861

d 1866.2 St Germans

d 13Jun1866 @ 4 yr 8 mo; bur St Germans

son    William Henry MUCHMORE

b 1864.1 St Germans

son    Ernest MUCHMORE

b 1866.2 St Germans

son    Alfred John MUCHMORE

b 1868.2 St Germans

dau    Louisa Blanche MUCHMORE

b 1871.3 St Germans

1881 scholar b St Germans @ 9 ^ Polbathic Village, St Germans with parents (Louisa B)

1891 dressmaker @ 19 b St Germans ^ Polbathic, St Germans with parents (Louisa)

m 1895.1 St Germans, Frederick SALT [1901 flour miller]

m Jan1895 personal communication

1901 @ 29 b St Germans ^ Plympton St Mary with husband

dau    Emily Elizabeth MUCHMORE

b 1878.1 St Germans

1881 @ 3 b St Germans ^ Polbathic Village, St Germans with parents (Emily E)

1891 @ 13 b St Germans ^ Polbathic, St Germans with parents

m 1898.4 St Germans (Emily)

1901 @ 23 b Polpathick ^ Devonport with [husband] John TREZISE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John and Elizabeth died within 3 months of each other.


Tree 20

Generation 9

Family 0080

head  John MUCHMORE

chr [23Dec1816] St Martin by Looe

1841 farmer @ 24 b Cornwall ^ Longcoe , St Martins; head: William BRAY, farmer

m1 1842.4 Liskeard

1851 farmer 30 acres @ 34 b St Martin by Looe ^ Longcoe , St Martins. Also in household: his wife's uncle William BRAY, retired farmer

1857 yeoman, miller ^ Palace Court, St Martin by Looe, churchwarden UK legal documents

1861 farmer 43 acres @ 44 b St Martins ^ Palliscort, St Martin. Also in household: brother William and stepmother Mary

1863 yeoman ^ St Martin by Looe, churchwarden UK legal documents

1864/65 occupier of house and land at Longeo, St Martin by Looe UK life events

1871 farmer 100 acres @ 56 b St Martin by Looe ^ Longcoe , St Martin. Also in household: brother William

1872 member of Liskeard Board of Guardians (J) UK life events

1873 owner of 33.5 acres [13.6 ha] land St Martin

1873 farmer ^ Longcoe, St Martin by Looe UK street & trade directories

1876 re-elected churchwarden, St Martins-by-Looe (J) UK life events

1881 widowed farmer @ 64 b St Martin by Looe ^ Paliscourt, St Martins. Also in household: brother William and "niece" Mary J CLOGG

m2 188x

1883 farmer ^ Palace Court, St Martin by Looe UK street & trade directories

1884 attended meeting of Conservatives of Looe (Mr) UK life events

1887, 1888 re-elected churchwarden, St Martins-by-Looe (J) UK life events

1889-1893 ^ Fore Street, East Looe (MUTCHMORE) UK street & trade directories

1891 retired farmer @ 74 b St Martin ^ Fore Street, East Looe. Also in household: brother William

d 1893.4 Liskeard @ 76

d 1Nov1893 @ 76; bur St Martin by Looe. Also named on memorial: his second wife Mary Jane

d 1Nov1893 East Looe @ 75, "late ^ Pollescourt" UK newspaper announcements

bur 6Nov1893 St Martin by Looe @ 76 ^ East Looe, "formerly of Longcoe & Polliscourt and for many years churchwarden of St Martin's”

d 1Nov1893 East Looe: gentleman; probate granted 8Dec1893 Bodmin  to Albert Charles Lyne GLUBB, solicitor, Edwin OLIVER, butcher, and Mary Jane CLOGG, spinster, estate 246 7s 8d UK wills & probates

sp1    Mary BRAY

(b 1820) St Martin

m 1842.4 Liskeard

1851 @ 31 b St Martin by Looe ^ Longcoe , St Martins

1861 @ 41 b St Martins ^ Palliscort, St Martin

1871 @ 51 b St Martin by Looe ^ Longcoe , St Martin

d 1875.4 Liskeard @ 56

d 29Sep1875 @ 56; bur St Martin by Looe

bur 2Oct1875 St Martin by Looe @ 56 ^ Longcoe, St Martins

sp2    Mary Jane CLOGG

b 1846.1 Liskeard

chr 5Apr1846 East Looe, "daughter of William & Anne Elizabeth”

1851 @ 6 b East Looe ^ Quay Street, East Looe with parents

1861 @ 15 b East Looe ^ Fore Street, East Looe with parents (Mary J)

1871 servant @ 25 b Cornwall ^ Lux Street, Higher Liskeard (Mary); head: Alfred PIDEAUX

1881 housekeeper [crossed out], niece @ 34 b Looe ^ Paliscourt, St Martin with John (Mary J)

m 188x [de facto]

1891 wife @ 48 b Looe ^ Fore Street, East Looe (Mary J)

1897 ^ Fore Street, Looe (Mrs MUTCHMORE) UK street & trade directories

1901 widow @ 54 b East Looe ^ Fore Street, East Looe (Mary J)

d 1906.1 Liskeard @ 60

d 28Jan1906 @ 61; bur St Martin by Looe

d Feb1906 East Looe @ 60 ^ 2 Ingledene, Shutta, Looe (M J) UK newspaper announcements

bur 31Jan1906 St Martin by Looe @ 60 ^ East Looe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click to enlarge

John's memorial

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

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Mary's memorial

 

 

 

Mary may have been described as John's niece in 1881 for the sake of propriety.


Tree 20

Generation 9

Family 1468

head  William MUCHMORE

b 29Mar1826

chr 15Apr1827 St Pancras Old Church

m1 1848.1 St Martin in the Fields

m1 24Jan1848 St Martin in the Fields, KENT

1851 pianoforte maker @ 24 b Marylebone ^ 3 Bellevue Cottages, St Pancras

m2 1855.4 Marylebone

m2 20Oct1855 Holy Trinity, Marylebone: William MUCHMORE, pianoforte maker, widower ^ 48 Queen Street, Camden Town, father William MUCHMORE, pianoforte maker; Harriet TATE, widow ^ Trinity District, father George Frederick JONES, gentleman; witness Thomas TATE

1871 carpenter & joiner @ 45 b Pancras ^ 88 Pratt Street, St Pancras

m3 1876.3 Pancras

m3 23Sep1876 Register Office, Pancras, DICKERSON

1881 carpenter & joiner @ 57 b Pancras ^ 6 Cathcart Street, St Pancras

1884 carpenter ^ 8 Clifton Terrace, St Pancras

1891 unm carpenter & joiner, lodger @ 68 b St Pancras ^ 19 Queens Street,St Pancras

1901 carpenter, sole head @ 72 b Pancras ^ St Pancras

d 1904.1 Pancras @ 74

d 11Jan1904 mental ward, Workhouse Infirmary, St Pancras (Wm)

bur 15Jan1904 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

sp1    Esther Amelia KENT

(b 1823) Kensington

m 1848.1 St Martin in the Fields

m [24Jan1848] St Martin in the Fields

1851 @ 27 b Kensington ^ 3 Bellevue Cottages, St Pancras

d 1854.4 Pancras

bur 5Nov1854 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

sp2    Harriet JONES

(b 1821) Lambeth

m1 1847.2 St Pancras, Joseph TATE

m2 1855.4 Marylebone, MUCHMORE

m2 20Oct1855 Holy Trinity, Marylebone, MUCHMORE

1871 @ 49 b Lambeth ^ 88 Pratt Street, St Pancras

d 1876.2 Pancras @ 55

d 21Jun1876 19 Hamilton Street @ 55, "cause gastric disease, haemorrhage”

bur 24Jun1876 Brompton Cemetery

sp3    Priscilla Elizabeth DICKERSON

(b 1854) Kings Lynn

m1 1876.3 Pancras, MUCHMORE (Priscilla)

m1 23Sep1876 Register Office, Pancras, MUCHMORE

1881 @ 27 b Kings Lynn ^ 6 Cathcart Street, St Pancras (Priscilla E)

1891 widow @ 38 b Kings Lynn ^ 82 Carlton Street, St Pancras (Priscilla)

1901 @ 33 [sic] ^ Lynn, Norfolk ^ 14 Leverton Street, Kentish Town with Edwin J HARVEY

1901 ^ 186 Clarence Road, Kentish Town

m2 1904.2 Watford

m2 2Apr1904 Register Office, Watford, Hertfordshire, Edwin John HARVEY personal communication

1911 @ 55 ^ 54 St Paul's Road, Camden

d 1936.3 Islington @ 82

bur 15Jul1936 burial ground, Finchley personal communication

son    Frederick William MUCHMORE

b 16Nov1874 Marylebone Workhouse, "mother Priscilla Elizabeth DICKINSON ^ 157 Marylebone Road, father [blank]” personal communication

1881 @ 6 b Marylebone ^ 6 Cathcart Street, St Pancras with parents (Frederick W)

chr 7Dec1884 Holy Trinity, Finchley Road

22Nov1888 started employment with London & North Western Railway, Broad Street, London (Frederick William DICKERSON) personal communication

1891 railway clerk @ 16 b Marylebone ^ 82 Carlton Street, St Pancras with mother (Frederick W)

m 1897.2 Islington, Emily SMITH (DICKERSON)

1901 ^ 102 Leavston Road, Watford (Frederick MUCHMORE)

1901 railway clerk @ 27 b Marylebone ^ Watford, Hertfordshire (Frederick W DICKERSON)

1911 railway agent @ 37 b Marylebone ^ Watford (Frederick DICKERSON)

d 1951.1 Watford @ 76 (Frederick W DICKERSON)

d Mar1951 Watford personal communication

dau    Ethel Maud Mary MUCHMORE

b 1881.2 Pancras (Ethel Maud M)

chr 7Dec1884 Holy Trinity, Finchley Road

d 1887.2 Pancras @ 6 (Ethel Maud M)

bur 30Jun1887 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

son    Thomas Ernest MUCHMORE

b 1884.3 Barnet

ason    William Edward MUCHMORE

b 1890.3 Pancras (William Edward HARVEY)

b 4Aug1890 82 Carlton Road, Kentish Town (William Edward HARVEY) personal communication

1891 @ 7 mo b St Pancras ^ 82 Carlton Road, St Pancras with mother

d 1891.2 Pancras @ 0 (William Edward HARVEY)

d 13Jun1891 Carlton Road, Kentish Town @ 10 mo, "cause capillary bronchitis” (William Edward HARVEY)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1891, William was living next door to Walter, his first cousin once removed. He was actually married but not living with his wife and children.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1891, Priscilla was not a widow but was living apart from her husband (who died shortly before her second marriage).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Frederick, Ethel and Thomas were baptised at the same ceremony. All are recorded as children of William and Priscilla.

In 1891, Frederick was living only a few houses away from his uncle Frederick. At the time, Carlton Street was a middle class, well to do area. UK life events

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

William Edward was the son of Priscilla MUCHMORE and Edwin John HARVEY. On the birth certificate, Priscilla gave her surname as "HARVEY, late MUCHMORE, formerly DICKERSON” although she had not yet married Edwin.


Tree 20

Generation 9

Family 0128

head  Frederick Walter MUCHMORE

b 15Aug1831

chr 2Sep1838 St Pancras, London

m 1852.4 Pancras

m 26Dec1852 St Pancras, London: Frederick MUCHMORE, carpenter ^ King Street, father William MUCHMORE, piano forte maker; Elizabeth MONDAY ^ York Street, father Henry MONDAY, upholsterer

1851 carpenter @ 19 b St Pancras ^ 65 King Street, St Pancras with father (Frederic)

1861 unm carpenter journeyman @ 30 b St Pancras ^ 42 Park Street, Lambeth, boarding with John BARKER, packing case maker journeyman (Frederick)

1871 carpenter @ 38 b St Pancras ^ Bayham Street, St Pancras with father

d 1871.2 Holborn @ 39 (Frederick)

d 30Sep1871 House of Corrections, Amwell, Holborn, "a prisoner, of epilepsy” personal communication

bur 7Oct1871 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

sp      Elizabeth MONDAY

b 182x

m 1852.4 Pancras

m 26Dec1852 St Pancras, London

son    Frederick William MUCHMORE

b 1853.3 Pancras

 

 

Frederick was baptised at the same ceremony as his sister Ellen.


Tree 20

Generation 9

Family 1018

head  Thomas MUCHMORE

chr 5Dec1824 Liskeard

1841 apprentice tailor @ 15 ^ Pound Bridge Hill, Liskeard with parents

m 1847.3 Plymouth

m 16Sep1847 Plymouth Charles: Thomas MUCHMORE, tailor ^ Norley Place, father John MUCHMORE, postman; Emma SARGENT ^ Norley Place, father William SARGENT, shoemaker

1850 ^ Frankfort Street

1851 journeyman tailor @ 26 b Liskeard ^ 59 Frankfurt Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1871 tailor @ 46 b Liskeard ^ Frankfort Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1881 widowed tailor @ 53 b Liskeard ^ rear of 44 Frankfort Street , Plymouth St Andrew

1891 widowed tailor @ 65 b Liskeard ^ 5 Holgate Road, Plymouth St Andrew, boarder with George J DOWN, bookbinder @ 45

1901 tailor @ 77 b Plymouth ^ Plymouth, boarding with Henry TRUAN (MITCHMORE)

d 1905.1 Plymouth @ 81

sp      Emma SARGENT

chr 8Apr1825 Liskeard, "daughter of William & Elizabeth"

m 1847.3 Plymouth

m 16Sep1847 Plymouth Charles

1851 @ 25 b Liskeard ^ 59 Frankfurt Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1871 @ 44 b Liskeard ^ Frankfort Street, Plymouth St Andrew

d 1874.1 Plymouth @ 48

son    Albert Edward MUCHMORE

b 1847.3 Liskeard

son    Walter MUCHMORE

b 1849.4 Plymouth

d 1850.4 Plymouth

bur 30Oct1850 Plymouth St Andrew @ 1 ^ Frankfort Street

son    Walter MUCHMORE

b 1851.4 Plymouth

dau    Emma MUCHMORE

b 1853.3 Plymouth

1871 not with family

d 1877.3 Plymouth @ 24

d 26Sep1877 Frankford Street, Plymouth @ 23, "only daughter of Mr Thomas MUCHMORE, formerly of Liskeard" UK newspaper announcements

dau    Anne MUCHMORE

b 1855.3 Plymouth

d 1859.3 Plymouth

son    Thomas MUCHMORE

b 1858.2 Plymouth

son    Charles MUCHMORE

b 1860.3 Liskeard

1871 scholar @ 10 b Plymouth ^ Frankfort Street, Plymouth St Andrews with parents

1881 tailor, lodger @ 28 [sic] b Plymouth ^ 27 Great Quebec Street, St Marylebone; head : Franz NAGLER, coffee house keeper. Also in household : his brother Walter

d 1883.2 Plymouth @ 23

son    Frederick Penwarne MUCHMORE

b 1861.4 Liskeard (Fred)

1871 scholar @ 8 b Plymouth ^ Frankfort Street, Plymouth St Andrews with parents (Frederick)

1881 tailor @ 19 b Liskeard ^ rear of 44 Frankfort Street , Plymouth St Andrew with father (Fredk)

d 1885.4 Plymouth @ 25 (Fredk)

son    Henry MUCHMORE

b 1864.3 Liskeard

1871 scholar @ 6 b Plymouth ^ Frankfort Street, Plymouth St Andrews with parents

1881 tailor @ 18 b Liskeard ^ rear of 44 Frankfort Street , Plymouth St Andrew with father

d 1884.2 Plymouth @ 19

?son   Richard MUCHMORE

b 1865.1 Liskeard

d 1865.1 Liskeard

d 18Jan1865 Liskeard @ 6 mo

son    Richard MUCHMORE

b 1866.4 Liskeard

1871 scholar @ 4 b Plymouth ^ Frankfort Street, Plymouth St Andrews with parents

1881 tailor @ 16 b Liskeard ^ rear of 44 Frankfort Street , Plymouth St Andrew with father

d 1885.2 Plymouth @ 19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emma was an older sister of the Mary SARGENT who married Thomas's brother William.


Tree 20

Generation 9

Family 0018

head  William MUCHMORE

chr 27Jul1827 Liskeard

Jul1848 acquitted of charge of receiving stolen goods UK legal documents

Aug1848 charged with stealing UK legal documents

1841 apprentice shoemaker @ 13 ^ Pound Bridge Hill, Liskeard with parents

m 1850.4 Stoke Damerel

m 1Dec1850 Stoke Damerel: William MUCHMORE, shoemaker @ 23 ^ 24 Portland Place, father John MUCHMORE, baker; Mary SARGENT @ 22 ^ 17 Granby Street, father William SARGENT, shoemaker

1851 cordwainer @ 23 b Liskeard ^ Barn Street, Liskeard

1861 boot and shoe mkr @ 33 b Liskeard ^ 12 Henry Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1871 bootmaker @ 43 b Liskeard ^ Castle Lane, Liskeard

1881 boot maker @ 53 b Liskeard ^ Addington North, Liskeard

1885 won prize for parsley at Liskeard District Agricultural Association show (W) UK life events

1891 shoe maker @ 64 b Liskeard ^ Addington Place, Liskeard

d 1898.4 Liskeard @ 71

d 12Dec1898 Liskeard @ 71 UK newspaper announcements

bur 18Dec1898 Liskeard @ 71 ^ Borough

sp      Mary Penwarden SARGENT

chr 16May1828 Liskeard, "daughter of William & Elizabeth"

m 1850.4 Stoke Damerel

m 1Dec1850 Stoke Damerel personal communication

1851 @ 22 b Liskeard ^ Barn Street, Liskeard (Mary)

1861 @ 32 b Liskeard ^ 12 Henry Street, Plymouth St Andrew (Mary)

1871 @ 42 b Liskeard ^ Castle Lane, Liskeard (Mary)

1881 @ 52 b Liskeard ^ Addington North, Liskeard (Mary)

1891 @ 63 b Liskeard ^ Addington Place, Liskeard (Mary E)

d 1895.2 Liskeard @ 65 (Mary)

d 10Jun1895 Liskeard @ 67 (Mrs) UK newspaper announcements

bur 13Jun1895 Liskeard @ 65 ^ Borough

dau    Mary Elizabeth MUCHMORE

b 1851.2 Liskeard

son    Walter MUCHMORE

b 1853.2 Liskeard

son    John Henry MUCHMORE

b 1854.4 Liskeard

son    William MUCHMORE

b 1856.4 Liskeard

d 1857.3 Liskeard

d 24Jul1857 Liskeard, "infant"

son    William MUCHMORE

b 1857.4 Liskeard

dau    Ann MUCHMORE

b 1859.3 Liskeard

1861 scholar @ 2 b Liskeard ^ 12 Henry Street, Liskeard with parents (Annie)

1871 scholar @ 10 b Liskeard ^ Castle Lane, Liskeard with parents (Anne)

1881 servant @ 20 b Liskeard ^ North Addington, Liskeard with parents (Annie)

1891 domestic servant @ 30 b Liskeard ^ Addington Place, Liskeard (Annie)

1901 unm charwoman @ 39 b Liskeard ^ Godfrey's Court, Liskeard with brother John (Annie)

1911 charwoman @ 49 b Liskeard ^ Church Street North, Liskeard with niece Katie (Annie)

d 1931.2 Bodmin @ 67 (Annie)

d 1931 Bodmin @ 72, "in hospital" personal communication

dau    Emma Jane MUCHMORE

b 1862.2 Liskeard

1871 scholar @ 8 b Liskeard ^ Castle Lane, Liskeard with parents (Emma J)

1881 domestic servant @ 19 b Liskeard ^ 131 Cambridge Street, London Middlesex; head: Elizabeth HUNTER, lodginghouse keeper

1887 St Philip Battersea: 3rd banns read 28Jul for James RAMSDEN and Emma Jane MUCHMORE

m 1887.1 Wandsworth

m 24Feb1887 St Philip, Battersea: James RAMSDEN, servant @ 21 ^ 49 Barnett Road, father Alfred RAMSDEN, deceased; Emma Jane MUCHMORE @ 24, father William MUCHMORE, bootmaker

1891 @ 29 b Liskeard ^ 47 Church Street, Lambeth (Emma J)

1901 @ 39 b Liskeard ^ St George the Martyr, Queen Square

d 1907.1 Lambeth @ 43

dau    Matilda Sargent MUCHMORE

b 1865.4 Liskeard

1871 scholar @ 5 b Liskeard ^ Castle Lane, Liskeard with parents (Matilda)

1881 machinist (seam) @ 15 ^ with parents (Matilda)

1891 unm dressmaker, lodger @ 24 b Liskeard ^ 47 Church Street, Lambeth, with sister Emma and her husband (Matilda)

1901 sole head @ 28 b Liskeard ^ Battersea (Matilda)

m 1901.3 Wandsworth (Matilda S)

m 24Aug1901 St Luke, Battersea: Frederick David CLINKER, clerk @ 27 ^ Gorst? Road, father Thomas Aaron CLINKER (deceased), ironfounder; Matilda Sargent MUCHMORE @ 28 ^ 78 St John's Hill, father William MUCHMORE (deceased), shoemaker

1911 @ 38 b Liskeard ^ Vale Villa,  Palace Avenue,  Rhyl, Denbighshire

1938 ^ 4 Honeywell Road, Battersea

d 1942.2 Battersea @ 69 (Matilda S)

d 2Apr1942 St John's Hospital, Battersea personal communication

dau    Margaret MUCHMORE

b 1868.1 Liskeard

1871 scholar @ 3 b Liskeard ^ Castle Lane, Liskeard with parents

1881 scholar @ 13 b Liskeard ^ North Addington, Liskeard with parents

1891barmaid @ 23 b Liskeard ^ Addington Place, Liskeard with parents (Margie)

1901 @29 b Liskeard ^ Wolverton, Boundaries Road, Streatham with Frederick HAYWARD, their two children and stepson Charles (Margaret HAYWARD)

1911 @38 b Liskeard ^ 68 Cheriton Square, Balham with Frederick and children (Margaret HAYWARD)

m 1922.4. Wandsworth, Frederick HAYWARD

d 1930.2 Battersea @ 57

son    Richard Sargent MUCHMORE

b 1870.4 Liskeard

1871 @ 7 mo b Liskeard ^ Castle Lane, Liskeard with parents

d 18Feb1872 Liskeard personal communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary was a younger sister of the Emma SARGENT who married William's brother Thomas.

 


Tree 20

Generation 9

Family 0412

head  Henry MUCHMORE

b 9May1830 Liskeard (Matilda)

1841 @ 11 ^ Pound Bridge Hill, Liskeard with parents

1851 currier, visitor @ 20 b Liskeard ^ 25 New Street, Plymouth St Andrew; head: Henry HARPER, waterman. Also in household: his brother John

m 1859.1 Stoke Damerel

m 17Jan1859 Stoke Damerel: Henry MUCHMORE, currier @ 28 ^ Chapel Street, father John MUCHMORE, letter carrier; Mary Ann FISHER @ 27 ^ Chapel Street, father Richard FISHER, blacksmith

1861 currier @ 30 b Liskeard ^ 39 Cornwall Street, Stoke Damerel

1862 paid water rates on property in Richmond Street, Plymouth UK street & trade directories

1871 currier @ 40 b Liskeard ^ Honiton

1881 currier @ 49 b Liskeard ^ Barn Street, Liskeard

1885 won prize for cabbages at Liskeard District Agricultural Association show (H) UK life events

1887 fined 5s for being drunk at the Union Hotel, Liskeard UK legal documents

1890 mourner at funeral of Mr John AINGE at Liskeard (Mr H) UK life events

1891 currier @ 58 b Liskeard ^ Barn Street, Liskeard (Hy). Also in household: Emily Bassett WILLS, adopted daughter @ 16 b Liskeard

1901 grocer, pauper @ 70 b Liskeard ^ Liskeard Union Workhouse, Liskeard

d 1902.2 Liskeard @ 71

bur 10Apr1902 Liskeard @ 71 ^ Borough

sp      Mary Ann FISHER

(b 1832) Plymouth

m 1859.1 Stoke Damerel

m 17Jan1859 Stoke Damerel

1861 @ 27 b Plymouth ^ 39 Cornwall Street, Stoke Damerel (Mary A)

1871 @ 37 b Plymouth ^ Honiton

1881 @ 49 b Plymouth ^ Barn Street, Liskeard (Mary A)

1891 @ 58 b Liskeard ^ Barn Street, Liskeard

1892 grocer ^ 2 Peel Street, Stonehouse: bankruptcy proceedings UK businesses

d 1897.1 East Stonehouse @ 61


Tree 20

Generation 9

Family 0014

head  John MUCHMORE

(b 1831) Liskeard

1841 @ 9 ^ Pound Bridge Hill, Liskeard with parents

1845-1854 ^ Liskeard: seaman's register ticket 433380 UK shipping & migration

1851 unm cooper, visitor @ 20 b Liskeard ^ 25 New Street, Plymouth St Andrew; head: Henry HARPER, waterman. Also in household: his brother Henry

1851 fined 5 for creating a disturbance in Liskeard at about 2 am on a Sunday morning (John MUCHMORE jun) UK legal documents

15Jan1856 coopers crew, HMS Sans Pareil:awarded Crimea Medal 1854-1855 Royal Navy records

27May1857 coopers crew, HMS Hastings:awarded Baltic Medal 1854-1855 (Jno) Royal Navy records

m 1857.3 Stoke Damerel

m 28Sep1857 Stoke Damerel: John MUCHMORE, cooper @ 25 ^ 11 Milne Place, father John MUCHMORE, labourer; Margaret Frances Edda ROXBURGH @ 25  ^ 11 Milne Place, father William ROXBURGH, mariner

1870 ^ 66 Albert Road

1880 ^ 91 Albert Road

d before 1881

sp      Margaret Frazer Eudie ROXBURGH

b [4Feb1831]

chr [27Feb1831] Mount Zion Chapel Independent, Devonport

1851 dressmaker @ 19 b Stoke Damerel ^ 48 Duke Street, Stoke Damerel with her mother Margaret QUINTON (Margaret QUINTON)

15Jan1856 coopers crew, HMS Sans Pareil: awarded Crimea Medal 1854-1855 Royal Navy records

27May1857 coopers crew, HMS Hastings: awarded Baltic Medal 1854-1855 (Jno) Royal Navy records

m 1857.3 Stoke Damerel (Margaret Frances Edde)

m 28Sep1857 Stoke Damerel (Margaret Frances Edde)

1861 married tailoress @ 26 b Devonport ^ 48 Duke Street, Stoke Damerel with her mother Margaret QUINTON (Margaret)

1871 married tailoress @ 26 b Devonport ^ 49 Albert Street, Stoke Damerel with her stepfather George QUINTON (Margaret)

1881 widowed tailoress @ 44 b Devonport ^ 49 Albert Road, Stoke Damerel (Margaret). Also in household: her niece Annie QUINTON

d 1884.3 Stoke Damerel @ 47 (Margaret Frances E)

bur 9Sep1884 Stoke Damerel @ 47 ^ 8 Ross Street  (Margaret Frances Eadie)

dau    Fanny Ada MUCHMORE

b 1858.3 Stoke Damerel

1861 @ 2 b Morice Town ^ 48 Duke Street, Stoke Damerel with mother (Fanny A)

1871 scholar @ 12 b Morice Town ^ 49 Albert Street, Stoke Damerel with her mother and grandfather (Fanny)

1881 tailoress @ 22 b Stoke Damerel ^ 49 Albert Road, Stoke Damerel with mother (Fanny A)

son William Woolacott MUCHMORE

b 1889.3 Plymouth

chr 13Jun1906 Brentor @ 16 ^ North Brentor (William Fraser WOOLLACOTT)

m 189x, William Edward J WOOLLACOTT

chr 13Nov1908 Brentor, "aged 50 ^ North Brentor, widow of William WOOLLACOTT, parents John & Margaret Frances Eadie MICHELMORE” (Frances Ada)

dau    Mary Elizabeth MUCHMORE

b 1866.2 Stoke Damerel

d 1870.3 Stoke Damerel @ 4

bur 17Jul1870 Stoke Damerel @ 4 yr 7 mo ^ 66 Albert Road (Mary Elizabeth)

dau    Maud Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1879.2 Stoke Damerel

d 1879.4 Stoke Damerel @ 0

bur 3Jan1880 Stoke Damerel @ 9 mo ^ 91 Albert Road

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margaret's mother (then Margaret EADIE or EUDIE) married her second husband George QUINTON in 1842.2 at Plymouth.


Tree 20

Generation 9

Family 0205

head  Walter James MUCHMORE

(b 1835) Liskeard personal communication

1841 @ 5 ^ Pound Bridge Hill, Liskeard with parents (Walter)

1851 apprentice saddler @ 16 b Liskeard ^ Liskeard with parents

m 185x

1861 harness maker @ 25 b Liskeard ^ Walter Street, Bridgwater (Walter J)

1871 harness maker @ 35 b Liskeard ^ 19 Circus Street, Marylebone (Walter J)

1876-1877 sadler ^ 19 Circus Street, Marylebone

1881 harness maker @ 45 b Liskeard ^ 28 Circus Street, St Marylebone, London (Walter J)

May1881 harness maker ^ 28 Circus Street, Marylebone

d 1885.1 Marylebone @ 54

sp      Ellen CLARKE

b 1839.1 St Columb

m 185x

1861 @ 21 b Liskeard, Cornwall ^ Walter Street, Bridgwater

1871 @ 32 b [not stated] ^ 19 Circus Street, Marylebone (Ellen A)

1881 @ 45 b St Columb, Cornwall ^ 28 Circus Street, St Marylebone

d 1884.3 Kensington @ 47

son    Walter James MUCHMORE

b 1861.2 Bridgwater

dau    Ellen Ann MUCHMORE

b 1863.2 Bridgwater

b 22May1863 Bridgwater

1871 scholar @ 8 b Bridgwater  ^ 19 Circus Street, Marylebone with parents (Ellen A)

chr 30Jan1877 London St Mary, Bryanston Square

1881 "florist (natural) 7/3" b Bridgwater ^ 28 Circus Street, St Marylebone with parents (Ellen A)

m 1885.4 Marylebone (Ellen Anne)

m 25Dec1885 St Mark, Marylebone: Frank William BALLARD, gas fitter @ 25 ^ 46 Hereford Street, father George BALLARD, agent; Ellen Ann MUCHMORE, florist @ 22 ^ 30 Hereford Street, father Walter MUCHMORE, harness maker; witnesses Robert Marsh BALLARD, Kate Elizabeth CAPP

1891 @28 b Liskeard ^ 46 Hereford Street

d 1894.3 Marylebone @ 32

son    Frederick William MUCHMORE

b 1865.1 Marylebone

dau    Clara Jane MUCHMORE

b 1867.1 Marylebone

b 25Dec1866 Marylebone

1871 @ 4 b Marylebone  ^ 28 Circus Street, St Marylebone with parents (Clara J)

chr 30Jan1877 London St Mary, Bryanston Square

1881 at home @ 14 b London ^ 28 Circus Street, St Marylebone with parents (Clara J)

1891 boarder @ 24 b Marylebone ^ St Marylebone

m 1890.3 Marylebone, John PORTER (Clara) [1891 carman]

1891 @ 22 b Marylebone ^ 49 Exeter Street, Marylebone (Cleva)

1901 @ 32 b Marylebone ^ 5 Suffolk Place, Marylebone

1911 @ 45 ^ 58 Cirencester Street, Harrow Road, Paddington

d 1914.1 Paddington @ 46

son    Charles George MUCHMORE

b 1869.4 Marylebone

son    John Henry MUCHMORE

b 1872.4 Marylebone

dau    Amelia Maude MUCHMORE

b 1874.4 Marylebone

b 28Sep1874 Marylebone

chr 30Jan1877 London St Mary, Bryanston Square

1881 scholar @ 6 b London ^ 28 Circus Street, St Marylebone with parents (Amelia M)

1891 housemaid, servant @ 16 b London ^ 80 Compton Road, Wolverhampton (Amelia M); head: Jean SCOTT, superintendant of Girls' Friendly Society Lodge

dau    Laura Louisa MUCHMORE

b 1876.3 Marylebone

b 15Aug1876 Marylebone

chr 30Jan1877 London St Mary, Bryanston Square

1881 scholar @ 4 b London ^ 28 Circus Street, St Marylebone with parents (Laura L)

1891 dressmaker @ 16 b Marylebone @ 18 Shouldham Street, St Marylebone with brother Walter (Laura MUTCHMORE)

m 1896.1 Marylebone

m 6Jan1896 St Matthew, Marylebone: Frederick Harry HUTCHINSON, seaman @ 26 ^ 8 Luton Street, father William HUTCHINSON, gentleman's servant; Laura Louisa MUCHMORE @ 19  ^ 8 Luton Street, father Walter James MUCHMORE, harness maker

1901 dressmaker @ 23 ^ 4 Erskine Road, Hampstead (Sarah)

1911 @32 b Marylebone ^ 131 Glencoe Road, Chatham, Kent

1929 ^ 8 St. Edmund's Terrace, St. John's Wood personal communication

1933-1950 51 Nethercote Avenue, Finchley personal communication

d 1955.4 St.Albans @ 78

d 9Dec1955 Napsbury Hospital, St. Albans, Hertfordshire personal communication

dau    Beatrice Mary MUCHMORE

b 1878.3 Marylebone

b 3Aug1878 Marylebone

chr 5May1881 London St Mary, Bryanston Square (Beatrice May)

1881 @ 2 b London ^ 28 Circus Street, St Marylebone with parents (Bearite M)

d 1886.1 Kensington @ 6

bur 11Mar1886 St Marylebone

dau    Lucretia May MUCHMORE

b 1880.2 Marylebone

b 29Apr1880 Marylebone

chr 5May1881 London St Mary, Bryanston Square

1881 @ 10 mo b London ^ 28 Circus Street, St Marylebone with parents (L May)

d 1881.2 Marylebone @ 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seven of Walter's children (Ellen, Frederick, Clara, Charles, John, Amelia and Laura) were baptised at the same ceremony in 1877.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beatrice and Lucretia were also baptised at the same ceremony.


Tree 20

Generation 9

Family 2322

head  Richard MUCHMORE

b 1842.2 Liskeard

1851 scholar @ 8 b Liskeard ^ Pound Bridge, Liskeard with parents

1861 apprentice carpenter @ 17 b Liskeard ^ Well Lane, Liskeard with parents

1871 cabinet maker @ 28 b Liskeard ^ 11 Broadley Terrace, St Marylebone

m 1875.1 Marylebone

m 18Jan1875 St Marylebone: Richard MUCHMORE, joiner ^ St Marylebone, father John MUCHMORE, exciseman; Sarah Fanny SHENTON ^ St Marylebone, father William SHENTON, farmer

1878 joiner ^ 4 Edward Street, Marylebone

1881 joiner  @ 37 b Liskeard ^ 41 Upper Gloster Place, Marylebone (Pritchard MUCHMON)

1889 joiner ^ 19 Wellington Road, Marylebone

1891 joiner @ 49 b Cornwall ^ 19 Wellington Avenue, St Marylebone

14Jul1892 landlord of a lodging house at 19 Wellington Street, St John's Wood: gave evidence in fraud case UK legal documents

1901 joiner cash @ 60 b Liskeard ^ Hampstead

1911 joiner, widower, boarder @ 69 b Liskeard ^ 24 Eresby Road, Kilburn; head: Edward TRIBE, joiner

d 1920.3 Bridgnorth @ 79

sp      Sarah Fanny SHENTON

b 1843.3. Sedgley [Staffordshire]

1871 @ 26 b Staffordshire ^ 11 Broadley Terrace, St Marylebone (Fanny)

m 1875.1 Marylebone

m 18Jan1875 St Marylebone

1881 @ 34 b Teen, Derbyshire ^ 41 Upper Gloster Place, Marylebone (Sarah MUCHMON)

1891 @ 44 b Cornwall ^ 19 Wellington Avenue, St Marylebone

1892 ^ Wellington Road, St John's Wood: gave evidence in divorce case (Sarah) UK legal documents

1895 lodging house keeper: witness in case related to divorce case (Mrs Sarah MUTCHMORE) UK life events

1901 @ 57 b Woodeves, Shropshire ^ Hampstead

d 1907.2 Hendon @ 60

dau    Minnie Cecily Beatrice Maud MUCHMORE

b 1868.1 Kensington (Cecily Beatrice M M)

b 29Jan1868 Marylebone

1871 @ 3 b London ^ 11 Broadley Terrace, St Marylebone with parents (Minnie)

chr 10Mar1878 Christ Church, Marylebone (Beatrice Minnie)

1881 @ 13 b Marylebone ^ 41 Upper Gloster Place, Marylebone with parents (Minnie MUCHMON)

1891 @ 23 b London ^ 19 Wellington Avenue, St Marylebone with parents (Minnie)

1892 ^ Wellington Road, St John's Wood: gave evidence in divorce case (Minnie) UK legal documents

m 1893.4 Marylebone (Minnie Cecily B M)

m 4Oct1893 St Marylebone: Charles HEYWOOD, telegraphist @ 24 ^ 14 Wilfred Street, Westminster, father George HEYWOOD, pastry cook; Minnie Cecily Beatrice Maud MUCHMORE @ 25 ^ 19 Wellington Road, St Marylebone, father Richard MUCHMORE, joiner; witness [father] Richard MUCHMORE

1901 @ 31 b Kilburn ^ Hampstead with husband (Minnie)

1911 @ 40 b Paddington ^ 19  Gillingham Road, Cricklewood

d 1948.4 Hendon @ 80 (Minnie B C M)

d 10Dec1948 23 Gillingham Road,  Cricklewood personal communication

dau    Emma Blanche MUCHMORE

b 1869.3 Hendon

b 13Jul1869 Marylebone

chr 10Mar1878 Christ Church, Marylebone

1871 @ 2 b London ^ 11 Broadley Terrace, St Marylebone with parents (Blanche)

1881 @ 11 b Marylebone ^ 41 Upper Gloster Place, Marylebone with parents (Blanch MUCHMON)

1891 @ 21 b London ^ 19 Wellington Avenue, St Marylebone with parents (Blanche)

m 1896.3 Marylebone, Frederick William PENN (Blance Emma)m 26Sep1896 St Marylebone: Frederick William PENN, machinist @ 25 ^ 2 Queens Road, father Edwin PENN, railway inspector; Blanche Emma MUCHMORE @ 26 ^ 2 Queens Road, father Richard MUCHMORE, carpenter; witnesses [parents] Richard & Sarah MUCHMORE

1901 @ 28 b Marylebone ^ Willesden with husband (Blanche)

1911 @ 40 b London ^ St Heliers, Mostyn Avenue, Wembley with husband (Blanche). Also in household: her brother Frank

1923 ^ 6 Bacon Lane, Kingsbury personal communication

1931 ^ 47 Hay Lane, Kingsbury personal communication

1934-1945 ^ 3b Station Parade, Kingsbury personal communication

d 1945.4  Barnet @ 73 (Blanche E)

dau    Sarah Louise MUCHMORE

b 1877.2 Marylebone

b 7Mar1877 Marylebone

chr 10Mar1878 Christ Church, Marylebone

d 1878.2 Marylebone @ 1

son    Richard Adrian MUCHMORE

b 1878.3 Marylebone

dau    Louise Ethel MUCHMORE

b 1880.3 Marylebone

b 9Aug1880 Marylebone

chr 20Aug1889 All Saints, St John's Wood (Ethel Louise)

1881 @ 0 b Marylebone ^ 41 Upper Gloster Place, Marylebone with parents (Louise MUCHMON)

1891 @ 10 b London ^ 19 Wellington Avenue, St Marylebone with parents (Laura)

1901 cashier @ 20 b Marylebone ^ Hampstead with parents (Louise)

1911 boot & shoe maker's shop assistant @ 30 b Marylebone ^ 9 Coulston Street, Chelsea (E L)

m 1913.2 Willesden, Albert O MOORE (Ethel L)

m 14Jun1913 St Paul, Kilburn Square: Albert Owen MOORE, clerk @ 34 ^ 7 Kilburn Square, father Arthur Owen MOORE, carpenter; Ethel Louise MUCHMORE, librarian @ 29 ^ 48 Oxford Road, Ealing, father Richard MUCHMORE, builder; witness [brother] Richard Adrian MUCHMORE

d 1971.1 Plymouth @ 90 (Ethel Louise)

dau    Jessie Mabel MUCHMORE

b 1882.4 Marylebone

b 5Oct1882 Marylebone

chr 20Aug1889 All Saints, St John's Wood

1891 @ 8 b London ^ 19 Wellington Avenue, St Marylebone with parents (Jessie)

1901 governess school @ 18 b Marylebone ^ Hampstead with parents (Jessie)

m 1903.3 Hendon

m 26Aug1903 St Paul, Kilburn Square: Alfred John MORDANT, commercial traveller @ 25 ^ 170 Ivenson Road, West Hampstead, father Frederick MORDANT, mortgage broker; Jessie Mabel MUCHMORE @ 21 ^ 44 Mession? Avenue, Kilburn, father Richard MUCHMORE, building contractor; witnesses [father] Richard MUCHMORE, Henry MORDANT

1911 @ 26 ^ 31 Clarendon Gardens, Maida Vale

d 1966.3 Harrow @ 83

son    Frank Leonard MUCHMORE

b 1887.3 Marylebone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Richard's father was actually a gardener.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Minnie, Emma and Sarah were all baptised at the same ceremony.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Louise, Jessie and Frank were all baptised at the same ceremony.

 

 


Tree 20

Generation 9

Family 0019

head  William Henry Lewarne MUCHMORE

chr [23Mar1834] Falmouth

1841 @ 7 b Cornwall ^ Lorkins Court, Ludgate Hill, Falmouth with mother (Wm)

1851 @ 17 b Falmouth ^ Mulberry Square, Falmouth with widowed mother

m 1864.3 Truro, BLAKE (William)

1869 mariner ^ Falmouth (MITCHMORE)

2Apr1870 b Falmouth: sailed on Jilt of Douglas IoM, previously sailed on Mary (William MICHMORE) UK shipping & migration

1871 mariner @ 32 b Falmouth ^ High Street, Falmouth. Also in household: his aunt Mary JOB

27Jan1880 @ 43 b Falmouth: sailed on Mabel of Falmouth until 12 Feb1881, previous vessel North Riding of Liverpool (William) UK shipping & migration

1881 mariner @ 47 b Falmouth ^ 5 Mills Court, Falmouth

Nov1885 @ 45: able seaman on La Zingara of Bristol (William) UK shipping & migration

1891 widowed sailor seas @ 57 b Falmouth ^ 37 Smithick Hill, Falmouth

d 1899.4 Falmouth @ 65

d 2Dec1899 Falmouth @ 65 (William Henry) UK newspaper announcements

bur 6Dec1899 Falmouth @ 65, " mariner ^ Smithick Hill, Falmouth ” (William Henry)

sp      Grace Coad BLAKE

chr 16Sep1838 Budock, Cornwall

m 1864.3 Truro

1871 @ 32 b Falmouth ^ High Street, Falmouth (Grace)

1881 @ 42 b Falmouth ^ 5 Mills Court, Falmouth (Grace)

d 1887.2 Falmouth @ 49

d 13Apr1887 Falmouth @ 49 (Grace C) UK newspaper announcements

bur 20Apr1887 Falmouth @ 49 ^ Fish Street Hill, Falmouth

dau    Elizabeth Jane MUCHMORE

b 1864.4 Falmouth

d 1864.4 Falmouth

bur 17Dec1864 Falmouth @ 14 dy ^ High Street, Falmouth

dau    Fanny Truscott MUCHMORE

b 1866.4 Falmouth

1871 @ 4 b Falmouth ^ High Street, Falmouth with parents

1881 @ 14 b Falmouth ^ 17 Arwenach Street, Falmouth with grandparents Henry and Fanny BLAKE

1891 unm @ 24 b Falmouth ^ 37 Smithick Hill, Falmouth with father

m 1900.1 Falmouth, , Ferdinando ROGERS [1901 mariner]

1901 @ 33 b Falmouth ^ Falmouth with husband (Fanny T). Also in household: her sister Elizabeth

1911@ 44 b Falmouth ^ Falmouth with husband. Also in household: her sister Elizabeth

son    William Henry MUCHMORE

(b 1870) Falmouth personal communication

son    John Edward MUCHMORE

b 1871.4 Falmouth

d 1873.2 Falmouth

d 11Apr1873 Falmouth personal communication

bur 15Apr1873 Falmouth @ 1 ^ High Street, Falmouth

dau    Grace Blake MUCHMORE

b 1874.1 Falmouth

1881 Scholar @ 7 b Falmouth ^ 5 Mills Court, Falmouth with parents (Grace)

d 1889.3 Falmouth @ 15

bur 14Aug1889 Falmouth @ 15 ^ Fish Street Hill, Falmouth

dau    Elizabeth Lewarne MUCHMORE

b 1878.4 Falmouth

1881 @ 2 b Falmouth ^ 5 Mills Court, Falmouth with parents (Elizabeth)

1891 @ 12 b Falmouth ^ 37 Smithick Hill, Falmouth with father (Bessie)

1901 @ 22 b Falmouth ^ 8 Waterloo Place, Falmouth with sister Fanny (Bessie L)

1911 domestic cook @ 32 b Falmouth ^ 5 Waterloo Place, Falmouth with sister Fanny (Elizabeth)

 
Generation 10

Tree 20

Generation 10

Family 1443

head  William Henry MUCHMORE

b 1864.1 St Germans

chr 25Mar1864 St Germans, Cornwall

1871 scholar @ 7 b St Germans ^ Polbathick, St Germans with parents (William H)

1881 millwright @ 17 b St Germans^ Polbathic Village, St Germans with parents

m 1887.4 Plymouth

1891 millwright @ 27 b St Germans ^ 42 Lyndhurst Street, Cardiff (William H)

1901 millwright @ 37 b St Germans ^ 83 Glamorgan Street , Llanddaff, Glamorganshire

1901 millwright ^ 12 Glamorgan Street, Pontcanna, Cardiff (William H) UK street & trade directories

1911 millwright @ 47 b St Germans ^ 83 Glamorgan Street, Pontcanna

d 1947.1 Cardiff @ 83

sp      Elizabeth Mary BASTOW

(b 1862) St Germans

m 1887.4 Plymouth

1891 @ 28 b St Germans ^ 42 Lyndhurst Street, Cardiff (Elizabeth M)

1901 @ 39 b St Germans ^ 83 Glamorgan Street , Llanddaff

1911 @ 49 b St Germans ^ 83 Glamorgan Street, Pontcanna

d 1933.4 Cardiff @ 72 (Elizabeth M)

son    Henry John MUCHMORE

b 1888.3 St Germans

son    Alfred Ernest MUCHMORE

b 1889.3 Cardiff

b 12Jul1889

1891 @ 1 ^ Cardiff

1901 @ 11 b Cardiff ^ Llanddaff, Glamorgan with parents (Alfred E)

1911 3rd mate, SS Milton @ 21 b Cardiff ^ Alexandra Dock No 2 , Bootle cum Linacre, West Derby

1915 @ 25 b Cardiff ^ 83 Cardiff Street, Cardiff: sailed as 2nd mate on Katherine Park of Glasgow between various Welsh ports UK shipping & migration

1918-1921 2nd mate: issued identity certificate 6792 UK shipping & migration

d 1976.1 S Glamorgan

son    William Percy MUCHMORE

b 1891.3 Cardiff

son    Reginald Albert MUCHMORE

b 1892.4 Cardiff

d 1896.3 Cardiff @ 3

son    Wilfred Ewart MUCHMORE

b 1898.3 Cardiff (William Ewart)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alfred

Alfred in 1918


Tree 20

Generation 10

Family 0602

head  Ernest MUCHMORE

b 1866.2 St Germans

1871 scholar @ 5 b St Germans ^ Polbathick, St German with parents

188x emigrated to New Zealand

1887-1899 active member of Life Boat Lodge, International Organisation of Good Templars, Timaru NZ (Bro) New Zealand life events

1887-1912 frequently performed songs and recitations at lodge meetings New Zealand life events

Apr1888 passenger on Penguin from Wellington to Nelson NZ New Zealand life events

16Jul1888 arrived Sydney NSW aboard Manapouri from Auckland NZ Australian shipping records

1888-1905 partner in coachbuilder firm Thos Ferguson & Co., Timaru New Zealand life events

1Apr1889 arrived Hobson's Bay VIC from Sydney aboard RMSS Britannia en route to  London (?) Australian shipping records

1889-1890 actively involved in Timaru Fire Brigade New Zealand life events

m 1896 NZ, GARDNER

m 2Apr1896 Wesleyan Church, Timaru NZ: Ernest MUCHMORE, second son of John MUCHMORE ^ Cornwall; Ada, second daughter of Joshua GARDNER ^ Timaru New Zealand vital statistics

1896-1896 sold a property on Avenue Road and had a house designed and built on Elizabeth Street, Timaru (E) New Zealand life events

4Jan1898 elected Arch Druid of the Timaru Lodge of the United Ancient Order of Druids (E) New Zealand life events

24Apr1909 departed Wellington to Lyttleton NZ (?) New Zealand life events

6Mar1913 ^ Timaru; elected Grand President, Grand Lodge of Druids, Christchurch NZ (Bro E) New Zealand life events

4Mar1915 elected to Board of Management, Grand Lodge of Druids, Christchurch (Bro E) New Zealand life events

d 1920 NZ @ 54

1920 Timaru NZ: will probated ^ Timaru New Zealand legal records

sp      Ada GARDNER

b 187x

m 1896 NZ

m 2Apr1896 Wesleyan Church, Timaru New Zealand vital statistics

1917-1918 ^ 47 Elizabeth Street, Timaru New Zealand military records

son    Ernest Lawrence MUCHMORE

b 1897 NZ North American civil registration indexes

son    Harold John MUCHMORE

b 1898 NZ North American civil registration indexes

son    Gordon William MUCHMORE

b 1899 NZ North American civil registration indexes

d 30Sep1899 Elizabeth Street, Timaru @ 7 wk New Zealand newspapers

son    Douglas MUCHMORE

b 2Jan1909 Timaru North American civil registration indexes

 

Tree 20

Generation 10

Family 0370

head  Alfred John MUCHMORE

b 1868.2 St Germans

1871 @ 3 b St Germans, Cornwall ^ Polbathick, St Germans with parents

1881 scholar @ 13 b St Germans ^ Polbathic Village, St Germans with parents

m 1893.1 St Germans

m 16Feb1893 Saltash: Alfred John MUCHMORE, son of John MUCHMORE ^ Polbathic; Harriet Williams STEVENS ^ Kittisford, Somerset UK newspaper announcements

1901 blacksmith @ 33 b St Germans ^ Polbathic, Sheviock (Alfred L)

1907 blacksmith ^ Polbathic: trustee of Bethany Wesleyan Reform Chapel, St Germans UK legal documents

1911 blacksmith @ 43 b St Germans ^ Polbathic, St Germans

d 1939.2 Plymouth @ 71

d 21Apr1939 Polbathic, Torpoint, Cornwall; probate granted 23May1939 Plymouth to Harriet Williams MUCHMORE, widow, estate 270 19s 0d UK wills & probates

sp      Harriet Williams STEVENS

b 1870.3 Dulverton

m 1893.1 St Germans

m 16Feb1893 Saltash

1901 @ 30 b Morebath, Cornwall ^ Polbathic, Sheviock (Harriet W)

1911 postmistress @ 40 b Bampton ^ Polbathic, St Germans

1939 @ 69 ^ St Germans (Harriet W)

d 1945.1 Plymouth @ 75 (Harriet W)

son    Alfred MUCHMORE

b 1894.1 St Germans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Alfred's estate would have been equivalent to about 36,000 today.

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Memorial to Alfred & Harriet


Tree 20

Generation 10

Family 2291

head  Thomas Ernest MUCHMORE

b 1884.3 Barnet

b 19May1884 Finchley Australian military records

chr 7Dec1884 Holy Trinity, Finchley Road

1891 @ 6 b Maddle, Finchley ^ 82 Carlton Street, St Pancras with mother

11Feb1901 messenger @ 18 yr 8 mo b Finchley: enlisted in the Royal Horse & Field Artillery for 12 yr service as gunner 14806; promoted 1Feb1908 bombadier, 23Feb1909 captain; served in South Africa 1901-1902 and India 1902-1913; qualified  26Jun1909 assistant instructor, army signalling; discharged 3 Oct 1913 at own request British Army records

1901 soldier @ 18 b Kentish Town ^ District Royal Artillery Barracks, Woolwich

21Feb1903 gunner 14806, 74th Battery, Royal Field Artillery: awarded Queen's South Africa Medal with three clasps and King's South Africa Medel with two clasps (T E) British Army records

Feb1908 gunner, 3rd Mountain Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, Bazar Valley Field Force, India: slightly wounded in right hand during action (E) British Indian records

1911 corporal 14803, 74th Battery, Royal Field Artillery: awarded Delhi Durbar Medal for service in India (T E) British Army records

1913-1914: staff sergeant major, late of the Royal Field Artillery, holder of Indian army instructional certificate: member of instructional staff, [Australian] Field Artillery, Adelaide (T E) Australian military records

1914-1918 included in Official History, 1914-1918 War Australian military records

9Oct1915 approaching marriage announced (Staff Sgt-Mjr Thomas E) Australian newspaper announcements

m 21Oct1915 St Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church, Gawler SA: Thomas Ernest MUCHMORE @ 31, father William Frederick; Mary Rachel PORTER, @ 21, father Albert James PORTER

1Jul1916 Adelaide: married soldier S M Inst Staff @ 32 yr 43 dy b St Pancras, England, wife: Mary Rachel MUCHMORE, 35 Burwood Ave, Nailsworth SA, enlisted in Australian Imperial Forces, served as lieutenant, Field Artillery, previously served as Royal Field Artillery and Colonial Services Instructional Staff SA Australian military records

Aug1916 promoted from 2nd lieutenant to lieutenant (T E) Australian military records

1916? sailed on HMAT Orsova as part of 7th Reinforcements, 6th Field Artillery Brigade (Lucas) Australian military records

d 60ct1917: lieutenant 4 Bde Field Artillery @ 33, son of Elizabeth MUCHMORE, husband of Mary Rachel MUCHMORE; bur Birr Cross Roads Cemetery, Zillebeke, Ieper, Belgium Australian military records

member of Woodside Freemason's Lodge (T E) Australian newspaper announcements

sp      Mary Rachel PORTER

(b 1895)

m1 21Oct1915 St Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church, Gawler, MUCHMORE

1917 ^ Woodside SA, late ^ Burwood Avenue, Prospect Australian newspaper announcements

Jul 1918 purchased property in Prospect Gardens SA Australian life events

m2 19Jan1922 Methodist Manse, Woodside: Victor Joseph Emanuel MAZZAROL @ 34; Mary Rachel PORTER @ 25, widow

1928-1929 ^ Woodside: Australian War Memorial requested her to donate her deceased husband's private records (Mrs M R MUCHEMORE)

1932 ^ 30 George Street, Manly NSW, formerly ^ Albert Street, Harbord NSW: supplied her deceased husband's biographical details to the Official World War I historian (Mrs M R MAZZAROL) Australian military records

d 1977 Manly personal communication

son    Thomas Albert MUCHMORE

b 19Oct1916 Quambi, Adelaide (?) Australian newspaper announcements

 

 

 

 

Carlton Street was a middle class, well to do area in 1891. UK life events

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Thomas about to embark on HMAT Orsova


Tree 20

Generation 10

Family 1467

head  Frederick William MUCHMORE

b 1853.3 Pancras

b 11Jul1853 Red Soap Yards, Camden Town personal communication

1861 @ 7 b Pancras ^ 2 York Street, St Pancras with uncle Thomas CARTER (Frederick)

1871 errand boy @ 18 b St Pancras ^ 2 York Street, Pancras with uncle Thomas CARTER (Frederick)

m 1874.1 Pancras (Frederick)

m 12Jan1874 St Luke, New Kentish Town: Frederick MUCHMORE, railway fireman ^ Mansfield Place, father Frederick MUCHMORE, dead carpenter; Mary Ann TAYLOR, minor ^ Mansfield Place, father James TAYLOR, eating house keeper; witnesses James and Elizabeth TAYLOR

1876-1879 fireman/railway stoker ^ 10 Sussex Place, Bethnal Green

1881 railway engineer @ 25 b Pancras ^ 22 Ferdinand Place, St Pancras (Frederick W)

Nov1882 engine driver ^ 22 Ferdinand Place, St Pancras

Dec1882 stoker ^ 8 Charles Place, Kentish Town

1889 fireman ^ 81 Malden Road, St Pancras

1891 railway engine driver @ 36 b Kentish Town ^ 72 Carlton Street, St Pancras (Frederick W)

1892 fireman ^ 74 Carlton Street, St Pancras

1897-1901 engine driver ^ 17 Modbury Street, Kentish Town

1901 railway engine driver @ 49 b St Pancras ^ 17 Modbury Street, St Pancras (Fredk H)

1911 railway engine driver @ 58 b Camden Town ^ 39 Malden Road, Kentish Town (Frederick W)

d 1935.4 Islington @ 86

d 21Dec1935 Whittington Hospital, 199 Dartmouth Park Hill, Dartmouth Park, London, "cause heart failure” personal communication

bur 28Dec1935 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden (Fredk Wm)

sp      Mary Ann TAYLOR

b 19Oct1858 39 North Street, Marylebone

m 1874.1 Pancras

m 12Jan1874 St Luke, New Kentish Town

1881 @ 23 b Pancras ^ 22 Ferdinand Place, St Pancras (Mary A)

1891 @ 33 b St Johns Wood ^ 72 Carlton Street, St Pancras

1901 @ 45 b Marylebone ^ 17 Modbury Street, St Pancras (Mary A)

1911 @ 53 b Marylebone ^ 39 Malden Road, Kentish Town

d 1913.3 Pancras @ 56 (Mary A)

d 30Jul1913 St Pancras Infirmery, Highgate, "cause morbus cordis" personal communication

bur 6Aug1913 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

dau    Elizabeth Mary Ann MUCHMORE

b 1874.2 Marylebone (Elizabeth Mary A)

d 1874.2 Pancras @ 0 (Elizabeth Mary A)

d 4May1874 11 Sussex Place, Pancras

bur 13May1874 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden (Elizabeth M Ann)

son    Frederick James Herbert MUCHMORE

b 1875.2 Pancras

son    Alfred William MUCHMORE

b 1877.1 Pancras

b 1Jan1877 Kentish Town

chr 31Jul1878 Holy Trinity, Havelock Hill

d 1878.3 Pancras @ 1

bur 8Aug1878 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

dau    Winifred Elsie MUCHMORE

b 1879.2 Pancras

b 28Apr1879 Kentish Town

chr 25Jun1879 Holy Trinity, Havelock Hill (Winifred Edric)

d 1879.3 Pancras @ 0

bur 31Jul1879 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

dau    Amy Helen MUCHMORE

b 1880.4 Pancras

b 10Oct1880 Kentish Town

known as Nell personal communication

Feb1881 vaccinated against smallpox UK life events

chr 3Dec1882 Holy Trinity, Havelock Hill

1881 @ 5 mo b Pancras ^ 22 Ferdinand Place, St Pancras with parents (Amy H)

1891 @ 10 b St Pancras ^ 72 Carlton Street, St Pancras with parents (Amy H)

m 1899.2 Pancras

m 6Jun1899 St Luke, Oseney Crescent: George BOON, newsagent @ 25 ^ 115 Bayham Street, father George BOON, newsagent; Amy Helen MUCHMORE @ 18 ^ 17 Modbury Street, father Frederick William MUCHMORE, engine driver; witnesses Frederick William and Violet Harriett MUCHMORE

1901 @ 30 ^ 96 High Street, Camden Town

d 1951 Pancras @ 71 (Amy H)

d 26Oct1951 93 Highgate West Hill, London, "cause coronary thrombosis” personal communication

dau    Harriet Violet MUCHMORE

b 1882.4 Pancras [twin]

b 14Nov1882 Kentish Town

chr 3Dec1882 Holy Trinity, Havelock Hill

1891 @ 8 b St Pancras ^ 72 Carlton Street, Pancrs with parents (Harriet V)

1901 domestic servant @ 18 b Kentish Town ^ 17 Modbury Street, St Pancras with parents (Harriet V)

m 1907.4 Pancras

m 25Dec1907 St Martin, Kentish Town: Frederick PLUMBLY, sailor @ 27 ^ 152 Carlton Road, father Frederick PLUMBLY, weaver; Harriet Violet MUCHMORE @ 25 ^ 66 Carlton Road, father Frederick William MUCHMORE, engine driver; witnesses [brother-in-law] George BOON and [sister] Hilda MUCHMORE

1911 @ 28 b Hampstead ^ 39 Malden Road, Kentish Town with parents (Harriett)

1932-1957 ^ 5 Rhyl Street, Camden Town personal communication

d 9Aug1957 Tooting Bec Hospital, Tooting, "cause vascular degeneration” personal communication

dau    Kathleen Marguerita MUCHMORE

b 1882.4 Pancras [twin]

b 14Nov1882 Kentish Town

chr 3Dec1882 Holy Trinity, Havelock Hill

d 1883.4 Pancras @ 1

bur 23Nov1883 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

dau    Hilda May MUCHMORE

b 1886.2 Pancras

b 26Apr1886 72 Malden Road, Kentish Town

1891 @ 4 b St Pancras ^ 72 Carlton Street, St Pancras with parents (Hilda M)

1901 @ 14 b Kentish Town ^ 17 Modbury Street, St Pancras with parents (Hilda M)

m 1909.2 Pancras

m 24May1909 Register Office, St Pancras: Henry CHELTNAM, stoker in navy, retired @ 29, father Henry CHELTNAM, deceased licensed victurller; Hilda May MUCHMORE @ 23 ^ 17 Modbury Street, father Frederick William MUCHMORE, raildway engine driver

1911 @ 26 b Kentish Town ^ The Moneyers Arms, 106 Provost Street, Hoxton (CHLETNAM)

d 21Nov1930 265 Kensal Road, Kensington North @ 44, "cause carcinoma of ovaries”

son    James Edgar MUCHMORE

b 1887.3 Pancras

son    Herbert MUCHMORE

b 1889.1 Pancras

b 23Nov1888 Kentish Town

chr 5Jan1889 St Andrew, Havelock Hill

d 1889.1 Pancras @ 0

bur 10Jun1889 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

son    Herbert Stanley MUCHMORE

b 1891.4 Pancras

b 11Nov1892 Kentish Town

chr 6May1892 St Mary, Somers Town (Stanley Herbert)

d 1892.2 Pancras @ 0

bur 12May1892 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden (Hubert Stanley)

son    Ronald Harry MUCHMORE

b 1893.2 Pancras

b 24Apr1893 Kentish Town

chr 15Mar1895 St Andrew, Havelock Hill

d 1896.3 Pancras @ 3

bur 25Aug1896 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

son    Charles Norman MUCHMORE

b 1895.3 Pancras

son    Gilbert MUCHMORE

b 1896.4 Pancras

b Oct1896 Kentish Town

3Feb1897 @ 3 mo ^ 17 Modbury St, Kentish Town: admitted to Great Ormand Street Hospital for Sick Children with basal meningitis

chr 3Feb1897 St George the Martyr, Queen Square, "baptised at Children's Hospital"

d 1897.1 Holborn @ 0

d 20Feb1897, Great Ormand Street Hospital for Sick Children UK life events

bur 24Feb1897 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

dau    Bertha MUCHMORE

b 1897.4 Pancras

b 7Nov1897 17 Modbury Street, Kentish Town, "father Frederick William MUCHMORE, railway engine driver; mother Mary Ann MUCHMORE formerly TAYLOR; registered 29Dec1897"

chr 10Sep1898 St Andrew, Havelock Hill

1901 @ 3 b Kentish Town ^ 17 Modbury Street, St Pancras with parents

1911 scholar @ 13 b Hampstead ^ 39 Malden Road, Kentish Town, London with parents

m 1920.2 Pancras, William A BEESTON

m14Apr1920 Register Office, St Pancras: William Alfred BEESTON, railway fireman @ 24 ^ 54 Rhyl Street, N W; Bertha MUCHMORE @ 22 ^ 54 Rhyl Street N W, father Frederick William MUCHMORE, railway engine driver; witnesses [sisters] Amy Helen BOON & Harriet Violet PLUMBLY

d Jan1983 personal communication

son    Herbert MUCHMORE

b 1900.3 Pancras

b 25Jun1900 Kentish Town

chr 8May1901 St Andrew, Havelock Hill

1901 @ 9 wk b Kentish Town ^ 17 Modbury Street, St Pancras with parents

d 1901.2 Pancras @ 0

bur 13May1901 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Frederick was living only a few houses away from his nephew Frederick in 1891. At the time, Carlton Street was a middle class, well to do area. UK life events

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary was married at 16 and had 15 children, 8 of whom died in infancy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In Gilbert's baptism record, the parents' first names are not given and "Children's Hospital" is written beneath the place of residence. (There are many similar  records.) In this case, the parents are readily identified from the address and surname.

 

 

 

 

 

Bertha

Bertha in 1981


Tree 20

Generation 10

Family 0103

head  Albert Edward MUCHMORE

b 1847.3 Liskeard

b 11Aug1848 Liskeard (Albert) Royal Navy records

1851 @ 3 b Liskeard ^ 59 Frankfurt Street, Plymouth St Andrew with parents

RN seaman, service no 72974 (Albert) Royal Navy records

1871 stoker 2nd class @ 23 b Liskeard ^ HMS Icarus , Hong Kong (Albt)

m 1881.4 Plymouth

m 24Dec1881 Plymouth St Andrew: Albert Edward MUCHMORE, stoker @ 33 ^ 44 Frankfort Street, father Thomas MUCHMORE, tailor; Selina MILTON @ 26 ^ 26 Frederick Street, father John MILTON, coal porter

1882 stoker RN ^ 26 Frederick Street, Plymouth Charles

1884, 1892 stoker RN ^ 30 Frederick Street, Plymouth Charles

1891 ship's fireman @ 43 b Plymouth ^ 29 Frederick Street, Plymouth St Andrew

d 1897.4 Plymouth @ 49

sp      Selina MILTON

(b 1853) Plymouth

m 1881.4 Plymouth

m 24Dec1881 Plymouth St Andrew

1891 @ 38 b Plymouth ^ 29 Frederick Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1901 widow @ 45 b Plymouth ^ 26 Frederick Street, Plymouth

1911 @ 56 b Plymouth ^ 26 Frederick Street East , Plymouth

1927 ^ Frederick Street East, Plymouth UK street & trade directories

d 1938.4 Plymouth @ 83

son    Albert Edward MUCHMORE

b 1882.4 Plymouth

dau    Emma MUCHMORE

b 1884.3 Plymouth

b 2Jul1884

chr 20Jul1884 Plymouth Charles

1891 scholar @ 5 b Plymouth

1901 machinist tailoress @ 16 b Plymouth ^ 26 Frederick Street, Plymouth with mother

1911 sewing machinist tailoress @ 26 b Plymouth ^ 26 Frederick Street East , Plymouth with mother

1939 @ 55 ^ Plymouth

d 1966.3 Plymouth @ 82

d 22Jul1966 43 Wilton Street, Stoke, Plymouth personal communication

dau    Selina MUCHMORE

b 1892.2 Plymouth

b 24Apr1892

chr 18May1892 Plymouth Charles

1901 @ 8 b Plymouth ^ 26 Frederick Street, Plymouth with mother

1911 sewing machinist tailoress @ 18 b Plymouth ^ 26 Frederick Street, East Plymouth with mother

m 1924.1 Devonport, William J PEARCE

m 28Jan1924 St Levan Wesleyan Church, Porthcorno, Cornwall: William John PEARCE, youngest son of Mr & Mrs PEARCE ^25 Hotham Place, Plymouth; Lena MUCHMORE, youngest daughter of Mrs and the late Mr A E MUCHMORE North American newspaper announcements

d 1970.1 Plymouth @ 77


Tree 20

Generation 10

Family 0011

head  Walter MUCHMORE

b 1851.4 Plymouth (MUCHMOOR)

1871 tailor @ 19 b Frankfort Street, Plymouth ^ Plymouth St Andrews with parents

m 1872.4 Plymouth

m 25Dec1872 Plymouth Charles: Walter MUCHMORE, tailor ^ 48 Gibbon Street, father Thomas MUCHMORE, tailor; Isabella Stow WATERFIELD ^ 48 Gibbon Street, father John Waterfield, store keeper

1874 tailor ^ 11 Compton Street, Plymouth Charles

1881 tailor, lodger @ 30 b Plymouth ^ 27 Great Quebec Street, St Marylebone; head : Franz NAGLER, coffee house keeper. Also in household : his brother Charles

1886 tailor ^ 21 Queen Street, Marylebone

1891 tailor @ 39 b Plymouth ^ 21 Queen Street, St Marylebone

1901 tailor @ 50 b Plymouth ^ St Marylebone

d 1903.2 Kensington @ 52

sp      Isabella Stow WATERFIELD

(b 1848) Plymouth

m 1872.4 Plymouth

m 25Dec1872 Plymouth Charles

1881 wife @ 33 b Plymouth ^ 11 Camden Street, Plymouth Charles (Isabella S)

1891 @ 42 b Plymouth ^ 21 Queen Street, St Marylebone

1901 @ 53 b Plymouth ^ St Marylebone (Isabella S)

d 1910.2 Marylebone @ 62

son    Albert John MUCHMORE

b 1873.4 Plymouth

son    Thomas Walter MUCHMORE

b 1878.3 Plymouth

dau    Edith Emma J MUCHMORE

b 1883.1 Marylebone

b 12Feb1883

chr 20Jun1886 St Luke, Marylebone (Edith Emma)

1891 scholar @ 8 b London ^ 21 Queen Street, St Marylebone with parents (Edith E)

1901 dressmaker @ 18 b London ^ St Marylebone with parents (Edith E J)

d 1903.1 Pancras @ 20

son    Archibald Billett MUCHMORE

b 1886.1 Marylebone

b 2Mar1886 Marylebone

chr 20Jun1886 St Luke, Marylebone

d 1887.1 Marylebone @ 1

dau    Isabel Love MUCHMORE

b 1888.2 Lambeth

b 28Apr1888 Marylebone

chr 6Sep1891 St Luke, Marylebone

1891 @ 2 b London ^ 21 Queen Street, St Marylebone with parents (Isabella)

1901 @ 12 b London ^ St Marylebone with parents (Isabel L)

1911 travellers sample hand, mounting show cards in silk cloth etc @ 22 b Marylebone ^ 9 Cochrane Street, St Johns Wood, London

m 1913.4 Shoreditch, Alfred M BATEMAN

m 11Oct1913 St John, Hoxton: Alfred Earnest BATEMAN, civil servant @ 28 ^ 9 Albion Grove, father Samuel BATEMAN, bootmaker; Isobel Love MUCHMORE @ 25 ^ 9 Citizen Dwellings, father Walter John MUCHMORE, tailor; witness Albert E BATEMAN

dau Edith Muchmore BATEMAN

b 1915.1 Islington

b 30Jan1915 personal communication

1938 ^ 4 Elwood Avenue, Feltham personal communication

d 23Feb2006 Flat 1, 10 Trinity Trees, Eastbourne: hospital almoner (retired) UK wills & probates

d 1976.1 Bedford @ 87

son    Charles Henry MUCHMORE

b 1890.4 Marylebone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Isabel was baptised at the same ceremony as her brother Charles.


Tree 20

Generation 10

Family 0084

head  Thomas MUCHMORE

b 1858.2 Plymouth

1871 scholar @ 12 b Plymouth ^ Frankfort Street, Plymouth St Andrews with parents

1881 tailor, boarder @ 21 b Plymouth ^ 16 Ashley Place, Plymouth St Andrew; head: Robert SOPER, stone mason

m 1883.2 Marylebone

m 3Jun1883 St Luke, Marylebone: Thomas MUCHMORE, tailor @ 24 ^ 21 Queen Street, father Thomas MUCHMORE, tailor; Alice Emma GULLETT @ 25 ^ 21 Queen Street, father George GULLETT (deceased), mason; witness [brother] Walter MUCHMORE

1891 tailor @ 32 ^ 14 Ashley Place, Plymouth St Andrews

1901 tailor @ 43 b Plymouth ^ Plymouth

1911 journeyman tailor, widower, boarder @ 54 b Plymouth ^ Ashley Arms, Ashley Place, Plymouth; head: Henry SANDERS, beer retailer

d 1916.4 Plymouth @ 58

sp      Alice Emma GULLETT

(b 1858) Pimlico, London

1881 dressmaker @ 23 Pimlico ^ 16 Ashley Place, Plymouth St Andrew with uncle and widowed mother and her future husband

m 1883.2 Marylebone

m 3Jun1883 St Luke, Marylebone

1891 @ 33 b Pimlico ^ 14 Ashley Place, Plymouth St Andrews (Alice E)

d 1894.3 Plymouth @ 36

d 17Jul1894 @ 35 personal communication


Tree 20

Generation 10

Family 1208

head  Mary Elizabeth MUCHMORE

b 1851.2 Liskeard

1851 @ 1 mo b Liskeard ^ Barn Street, Liskeard with parents

1861 scholar @ 10 b Liskeard ^ 12 Henry Street, Plymouth St Andrew with parents (Mary E)

1871 domestic servant @ 20 b Liskeard ^ Castle Lane, Liskeard with parents (Mary E)

1881 servant @ 30 ^ Addington North, Liskeard with parents (Mary E)

1891 head @ 38 b Liskeard ^ Godfrey's Court, Liskeard. Also in household: STEPHENS, Beatrice @ 19, William @ 11, Frederick @ 9 and Samuel @ 5

1901 monthly nurse @ 50 b Liskeard ^ Godfrey's Court, Liskeard with brother John

1911 monthly nurse @ 59 b Liskeard ^ Church Street North, Liskeard (Mary); head: Harriett BROWN, monthly nurse

d 1928.3 Liskeard @ 76 (Mary E)

dau    Katie MUCHMORE

b 1874.2 Liskeard

1881 scholar @ 7 b Liskeard ^ Liskeard with mother and grandparents William and Mary (Katy)

1891 servant @ 17 b Liskeard ^ Liskeard (Retie); head: William H Gilbert, insurance agent

1901 domestic housekeeper @ 29 b Liskeard ^ Liskeard with mother and uncle John

m 1905.4 Liskeard, Robert CURTIS (Kate)

m 15Nov1905 Liskeard: Robert CURTIS, labourer @ 34? ^ Boro, father James CURTIS, naval pensioner; Kate MUCHMORE @ 27 ^ Boro [father not stated]; witness Thomas MUCHMORE

1911 @ 35 ^ Liskeard. Also in household: her aunt Annie, her uncle John and his daughters Hilda and Matilda [referred to as her "neices"]

d 1949.4 Liskeard @ 76

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is not known who the marriage witness Thomas MUCHMORE was.


Tree 20

Generation 10

Family 1595

head  Walter MUCHMORE

b 1853.2 Liskeard

1861 scholar @ 8 b Liskeard ^ 12 Henry Street, Plymouth St Andrew with parents

1871 unm tailor @ 18 b Liskeard ^ Castle Lane, Liskeard with parents

1872 won prizes at athletic meeting of Liskeard Cricket Club UK life events

1881 tailor @ 28 b Liskeard ^ 35 Aylesford Street, St George Hanover Square

m1 1883.1 Wandsworth

1891 tailor @ 38 b Liskeard ^ 110 Grandison Road, Battersea

1901 tailors foreman cutter @ 48 b Liskeard ^ 5 Althorp Road, Battersea

m2 1903.4 Wandsworth

d 1906.3 Wandsworth @ 53

sp1    Mary Jane HOSKIN

(b 1855) Liskeard

1881 @ 26 b Liskeard ^ 35 Aylesford Street, St George Hanover Square (Mary J)

m 1883.1 Wandsworth

1891 @ 36 b St Ives ^ 110 Grandison Road, Battersea (Mary)

1901 @ 46 b St Ives ^ 5 Althorp Road, Battersea (Mary)

d 1903.2 Wandsworth @ 48 (Mary)

son    Ernest MUCHMORE

b 1877.1 Liskeard

b 10Dec1876

1881 @ 4 b Liskeard ^ 35 Aylesford Street, St George Hanover Square with parents

chr 12Jan1882 St Saviour, Pimlico

1891 @ 14 b St Ives ^ 110 Grandison Road, Battersea with parents

1901 tailor journeyman @ 24 b St Ives ^ 5 Althorp Road, Battersea with parents

1902 St Paul, Battersea: 3rd banns read 14Dec for Ernest MUCHMORE ^ 55 Wilson Street and Louisa ANSTEAD  [no marriage found]

d 1905.3 Wandsworth @ 28

son    Walter MUCHMORE

b 1880.1 St George Hanover Square

b 22Nov1879

1881 @ 1 b Pimlico ^ 35 Aylesford Street, St George Hanover Square with parents

chr 12Jan1882 St Saviour, Pimlico

1891 @ 11 b London ^ 110 Grandison Road, Battersea with parents

d 1900.4 Wandsworth @ 20

bur 8Oct1900 Morden @ 20

son    George MUCHMORE

(b 1881) Pimlico

1891 @ 9 b London ^ 110 Grandison Road, Battersea with parents

1901 tailor assistant @ 19 b Pimlico ^ 5 Althorp Road, Battersea

d 1905.1 Wandsworth @ 23

son    Charles Leonard MUCHMORE

b 1890.1 Wandsworth

1891 @ 6 b London ^ 110 Grandison Road, Battersea with parents (Charles)

1901 @ 11 b Battersea ^ 5 Althorp Road, Battersea with parents (Charles)

d 1904.2 Lambeth @ 14 (Charles L)

29Mar1904 pastry-cook's boy @ 14: died at St Thomas's Hospital from gangrene resulting from injury suffered after a patent pastry roller in a Battersea bakery crushed one of his hands (Charles) UK newspaper announcements

son    William MUCHMORE

b 1892.2 Wandsworth

1901 @ 9 b Battersea ^ 5 Althorp Road, Battersea with parents

12Feb1906 ^ Wandsworth: proposed apprenticeship to Henry TAYLOR, Upper Caterham UK legal documents

1911 bootmaker , boarder @ 22 b Battersea ^ 24 High Street, Caterham, Surrey; head: David WHITE, caretaker of soldiers home

d 16Jan1915 West Subiaco WA, "fireman @ 25”

d 16Jan1915 Victoria Hospital, West Subiaco, "cause pulmonary tubercolosis, toxaemia, asthenia, 3 yr in Australia” personal communication

d 16Jan1915 Perth: bootmaker, died intestate, estimated estate ₤38 7s Australian legal records

bur 18Jan1915 Anglican Cemetery, Karrakatta WA Australian newspaper announcements

dau    Millicent M MUCHMORE

b 1895.3 Wandsworth (Millicent)

1901 @ 5 b Battersea ^ 5 Althorp Road, Battersea with parents (Millicent)

1911 attendant @ 14 b [not known] ^ North Surrey District School [workhouse], Anerley, Penge, Kent (Millicent MUCHEMORE); head: John THROWER, superintendant & headmaster

m 1922.2 St George Hanover Square, Thomas WHITE

d 1969.1 Chelsea @ 73

sp2    Ada Mary DELLAR

b 1871.1 Lambeth

had 5 children with Walter between 1896 and 1900, all registered under Walter's mother's maiden name (SARGENT)

m 1903.4 Wandsworth

lived with her father after her husband died personal communication

d 1922.4 Wandsworth @ 53 (Ada M SARGENT)

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1881, Walter was living a few houses away from his brother William .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ernest and Walter were baptised at the same ceremony.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, William's estate would have been equivalent to about ₤11,500 today.


Tree 20

Generation 10

Family 0641

head  John Henry MUCHMORE

b 1854.4 Liskeard

1861 scholar @ 6 b Liskeard ^ 12 Henry Street, Plymouth St Andrew with parents

1871 grocery business @ 15 b Liskeard ^ Castle Lane, Liskeard with parents

1881 servant and labourer @ 26 ^ Addington North, Liskeard with parents (John H)

1891 coal carrier @ 35 b Liskeard ^ Addington Place, Liskeard with parents

m 1891.3 Liskeard

1901 general labourer @ 46 ^ Godfrey's Court, Liskeard. Also in household: his sisters Annie and Mary and Mary's daughter Katie

1911 fellmonger @ 56 b Liskeard ^ Church Street North, Liskeard with his niece Katie and her husband

d 1926.3 Liskeard @ 72

sp      Louisa Jane SMITH

b 1861.4 Exeter

1881 tailoress @ 19 b Exeter ^ 5 Sandford Street, Exeter St Sidwell (Louisa J)

m 1891.3 Liskeard (Janie)

d 1895.2 Liskeard @ 33

bur 26Jun1895 Liskeard @ 33 ^ Borough

dau    Hilda Alice MUCHMORE

b 1892.2 Liskeard

b 4Jun1892 Liskeard

1901 @ 8 b Liskeard ^ Godfrey's Court, Liskeard with father

1911 domestic @ 18 b Liskeard ^ Church Street North, Liskeard with father (Hilda)

m1 1932.4 Liskeard, William HOOPER

m2 1952.1 Liskeard, Charles T RICHARDS

d Jun1969 Plymouth

dau    Matilda Evelyn MUCHMORE

b 1895.2 Liskeard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It appears that Jane died in childbirth.


Tree 20

Generation 10

Family 1400

head  William MUCHMORE

b 1857.4 Liskeard

1861 @ 3 b Liskeard ^ 12 Henry Street, Plymouth St Andrew with parents

1871 sadler @ 12 b Liskeard ^ Castle Lane, Liskeard with parents

1872 won prize at athletic meeting of Liskeard Cricket Club UK life events

1875 found guilty of assault following an argument at the Boot Inn, Liskeard UK legal documents

m 1880.2 Falmouth

m 14Jun1880 Falmouth personal communication

1881 daily labourer @ 24 b Liskeard ^ 19 Aylesford Street, London St George Hanover Square

1882 labourer ^ 19 Ayleford Street, Pimlico

1891 labourer @ 32 b Cornwall ^ 129 Lillington Street, Westminster St John

1901 general labourer @ 44 b Liskeard ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea

1901-1906 labourer ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea

sp      Harriet Richard STEVENS

b 1861.1 Falmouth

(b 1860) Falmouth

m 1880.2 Falmouth (Harriet)

m 14Jun1880 Falmouth personal communication

1881 @ 20 b Falmouth  ^ 19 Aylesford Street, London St George Hanover Square(Harriet)

1891 @ 28 b Cornwall ^ 129 Lillington Street, Westminster St John (Harriet)

1901 @ 38 b Falmouth ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea (Harriett)

1911 @ 50 b Cornwall ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea (Harriet)

1919-1930 ^ 45 Wayford Street, Battersea personal communication

1939 @ 79 ^ Battersea with son Walter

1951 ^ 45 Patience Road, Battersea personal communication

d 1952.3 Battersea @ 92 (Harriet)

dau    Margaret Jane MUCHMORE

b 1881.3 St George Hanover Square

b 12Jul1881

chr 12Jan1882 St Saviour, Pimlico (MUTCHMORE)

(b 1880) Battersea

1891 @ 9 b London ^ 129 Lillington Street, Westminster St John with parents (Jane)

1901 laundress @ 20 b Battersea ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with parents (Jane)

1911 laundress @ 30 b Pimlico ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with mother

13Jun1913 domestic @ 31 : departed London aboard Ballarat for Melbourne VIC with sister Lily (Margaret) UK shipping & migration

m 1919.1 Wandsworth, George READER (Margaret J)

d 1944.4 Taunton @ 63 (Margaret J)

dau    Annie Maud MUCHMORE

b 1883.1 St George Hanover Square (Annie Maud)

b 23Dec1882 Battersea personal communication

1891 @ 8 b London ^ 129 Lillington Street, Westminster St John with parents

1901 laundress @ 18 b Battersea ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with parents (Maud)

chr 24Apr1901 St Saviour, Battersea

m 1906.2 Fulham, Thomas Arthur DAY (Maud Ann)

m 10Jun1906 St Peter, Fulham: Thomas Arthur DAY, labourer @ 28 ^ 54 Marville Road, father William DAY, deceased; Maud Ann MUCHMORE @ 23 ^ 54 Marville Road, father William MUCHMORE, labourer; witness [sister] Margaret MUCHMORE

1911 @ 28 b Pimlico ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with husband, mother & siblings (Anne Muad)

1914 ^ 11 Patience Road, Battersea personal communication

d 1972.4 Wandsworth (Maud Annie)

son    William MUCHMORE

b 1884.3 Wandsworth

son    Herbert Stephen MUCHMORE

b 8Dec1885 Wandsworth personal communication

dau    Gladys May MUCHMORE

b 1887.4 Wandsworth

d 1888.1 Wandsworth @ 0

bur 7Jan1888 Kensal Green Cemetery

son    Albert MUCHMORE

b 1890.3 St George Hanover Square

dau    Amy MUCHMORE

b 1891.4 St George Hanover Square

b 18Nov1891 Westminster

1901 @ 8 b Battersea ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with parents

chr 18Feb1906 Christ Church, Battersea

m 1910.4 Wandsworth, William H ALLPRESS

m 29Oct1910 personal communication

1911 @ 19 b Pimlico ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with mother

1911-1922 ^ 47 Wayford Street, Battersea personal communication

1923-1937 ^ 215 Latchmere Road, Battersea personal communication

1960 ^ 189 Earlsfield Road, Wandsworth personal communication

d 1970.4 Wandsworth

dau    Lilian Mary MUCHMORE

b 1893.2 Wandsworth

b 26Mar1893 Battersea

1901 @ 7 b Battersea ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with parents (Lily)

chr 18Feb1906 Christ Church, Battersea

1911 domestic @ 18 b Battersea ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with mother (Lily Mary)

1911 cook domestic @ 18 b Battersea ^ 17 Royal Avenue, Chelsea (Lily); head: Kate WATSON, private means

13Jun1913 domestic @ 24 : departed London aboard Ballarat for Melbourne VIC with sister Margaret (Lily) UK shipping & migration

1914 home duties ^ 63 Rathdown Street, Carlton VIC (Lily Mary) Australian population surveys

24Sep1920 nurse @ 24: departed Southampton aboard Arlanza for Buenos Aires, Brazil (Lily) UK shipping & migration

26May1923 nurse @ 25 ^ 45 Wayford Street, Battersea: arrived Southampton from Buenos Aires UK shipping & migration

7Apr1925 children's nurse: arrived Southampton from Buenos Aires UK shipping & migration

21Jan1926 nurse @ 32 ^ 45 Wayford Street, Battersea: departed Southampton aboard Ausonia for New York,  intending to reside permanently in the USA (Lilian) UK shipping & migration

10Aug1933 nurse @ 32 ^ 45 Wayford Street, London : departed London aboard American Banker for New York,  intending to reside permanently in the USA (Lillian) UK shipping & migration

14Aug1933 arrived New York from England personal communication

14Jul1960 retired : departed Southampton aboard Mauretania for New York, intending to reside permanently in the USA UK shipping & migration

son    Walter MUCHMORE

b 1895.3 Wandsworth

son    John Henry MUCHMORE

b 1897.1 Wandsworth

dau    Mabel MUCHMORE

b 1900.1 Wandsworth

b 27Dec1899 Battersea

chr 22Oct1902 Christ Church, Battersea

1901 @ 1 b Battersea ^ Battersea with parents

1911 scholar @ 12 b Battersea ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with mother

m 1925.2 Wandsworth, Stanley CUMMINS

d 1968.2 Wandsworth @ 68

d 4Feb1963 6R Peabody Estate, Clapham Junction personal communication

dau    Edith MUCHMORE

b 1901.3 Wandsworth

b 23Jul1901 Battersea

chr 30Oct1901 Christ Church, Battersea

d 1901.4 Wandsworth @ 0

bur 27Dec1901 England

dau    Edith May MUCHMORE

b 1902.4 Wandsworth

b 23Sep1902 Battersea

chr 22Oct1902 Christ Church, Battersea (Edith Mary)

d 1903.2 Wandsworth @ 0

bur 29Apr1903 Morden, Surrey

dau    Florence MUCHMORE

b 1904.2 Wandsworth

b 21Apr1904 Battersea

chr 28Dec1904 Christ Church, Battersea

m 1923.1 Wandsworth, Edward A PEACHEY

d 1968.1 Adsworth @ 63

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1881, William was living a few houses away from his brother Walter .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Harriet was married at 19 and had 14 children, 3 of whom died as infants.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Albert, Amy and Lilian were all baptised at the same ceremony.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lilian appears to have been enumerated twice in 1911, once at home and once at her work place.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mabel and Edith May were baptised at the same ceremony.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edith May's baptism record actually gives her birth date as 23Sep1900, but this must have been an error.


Tree 20

Generation 10

Family 2450

head  Walter James MUCHMORE

b 1861.2 Bridgwater

b 19Mar1861

1861 @ 2 wk b Bridgwater ^ Walter Street, Bridgwater with parents (Walter J)

1871 scholar @ 10 b Bridgwater ^ 19 Circus Street, Marylebone with parents (Walter J)

22Nov1875 clerk @ 14 working at Paddington Station, Great Western Railway UK life events

chr 8Mar1876 St Mary, Bryanston Square

18Sep1879 enlisted as clerk 3027 in the Paddington Rifles; retired 12 Dec 1883 British Army records

1881 clerk (Great Western Railway) @ 19 b Bridgwater ^ 28 Circus Street, St Marylebone with parents (Walter J)

m1 1887.4 Marylebone

m1 17Oct1887 Marylebone Register Office personal communication

1891 railway clerk @ 30 b Liskeard ^ 18 Shouldham Street, Marylebone (MUTCHMORE). Also in household: his sister Laura

1901 general labourer @ 40 b Marylebone ^ 12-13 Molyneux Street, St Marylebone, lodging with James LUCAS (Walter). Also in household: his brother John

(m2 1908)

1911 day deputy, common lodging house @ 45 b Marylebone ^ 54 Exeter Street, Marylebone; married three years (Walter)

1915 ^ 12 & 13 Molyneux Street personal communication

1925 ^ 1-7 Macklin Street, Lincoln's Inn Yard, Holborn (Walter) personal communication

d 1926.3 Islington @ 65

d 13Aug1926 Islington personal communication

sp1      Ansis Georgina FLOAT

b 1868.2 Marylebone

b 5Mar1868

chr 8Nov1868 Marylebone St Mary

m 1887.4 Marylebone (Anice Georgina)

m 17Oct1887 Marylebone Register Office personal communication

1891 @ 23 b Marylebone ^ 18 Shouldham Street, St Marylebone (Jessie MUTCHMORE)

1901 married inmate @ 33 b Marylebone ^ District Workhouse, Paddington (Georgina)

d 1903.2 Watford @ 36 (Georgina MUNCHMORE)

dau    Lily MUCHMORE

b 21Jan1888

chr 23Jul1890 Christ Church, Marylebone

1891 @ 3 b Marylebone ^ 18 Shouldham Street, St Marylebone with parents (MUTCHMORE)

sp2     Mary ??

(b 1880)

(m 1908)

1911 wife @ 30 b Marylebone ^ 54 Exeter Street, Marylebone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lily was baptised at the same ceremony as her cousins Frederick William and Frederick Walter.


Tree 20

Generation 10

Family 1407

head  Frederick William MUCHMORE

b 1865.1 Marylebone

b 3Feb1865 Marylebone

1871 scholar @ 6 b Marylebone ^ 28 Circus Street, St Marylebone with parents (Frederick)

chr 30Jan1877 London St Mary, Bryanston Square

1881 doctor's errand boy @ 16 b London ^ 28 Circus Street, St Marylebone with parents (Fredk William)

m 1884.3 Marylebone

m 3Aug1884 St Barnabas, Marylebone: Frederick William MUCHMORE, metal worker @ 20 ^ 55 Christ Church Residences; father Walter James MUCHMORE, harness maker; Ellen Amelia AULT @ 19 ^ 17 Burwood Mews, father James William AULT, coachman; witness Mary Ann AULT

1884 metal worker ^ 49 Sholdam Street, Crawford Street, Marylebone

1890 gas fitter ^ 18 Shouldham Street, Marylebone

1891 engine fitter @ 28 b Marylebone ^ 3 Little Park Street, St Marylebone (Fredk). Also in household: his brother Charles, boarder

1892 brass finisher ^ 3 Little Barlow Street, Marylebone

1894 metal worker ^ 8 Christ Church Residences, Marylebone

1897 metal worker ^ 22 Coburg Street, Marylebone

1899 metal worker @ 83 Euston Street, St Pancras

1901 gas fitter @ 38 b Marylebone ^ 83 Euston Street, St Pancras (Frederick)

1901 brass finisher ^ 83 Euston Street, St Pancras UK street & trade directories

1911 fitter @ 47 b Marylebone ^ 38 Holmes Road, Kentish Town (Frederick W)

1939 @ 75 ^ St Pancras (F W)

d 1950.3 Pancras @ 85 (Frederick W)

bur 26Jul1950 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

sp      Ellen Amelia AULT

b 1866.1 Kensington (Ellen A)

b 26Nov1865 Paddington

chr 21Jan1866 St Michael & All Angels, Paddington

1881 @ 15 b Paddington ^ 17 Barwood Mews with parents James and Annie AULT

m 1884.3 Marylebone

m 3Aug1884 St Barnabas, Marylebone

1891 @ 27 b Marylebone ^ 3 Little Park Street, St Marylebone (Helen)

1901 @ 36 b Paddington ^ 83 Euston Street, St Pancras

1911 @ 45 b Paddington ^ 38 Holmes Road, Kentish Town (Ellen)

1936 ^ 27 Mornington Crescent, CamdenTown personal communication

1939 @ 76 ^ St Pancras (Ellen MUTCHMORE)

bur 6Dec1939 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

d 1939.4 Pancras @ 74

dau    Ellen Amelia MUCHMORE

b 1885.1 Marylebone

b 20Nov1884 Marylebone

chr 7Dec1884 St Barnabas, Marylebone

1891 @ 6 b Marylebone ^ 3 Little Park Street, St Marylebone with parents (Helen)

1901 dressmaker @ 16 b Marylebone ^ 83 Euston Street, St Pancras with parents (Ellen)

1911 dressmaker @ 27 b Marylebone ^ 38 Holmes Road, Kentish Town with parents (Ellen)

m 1911.4 Pancras (Ellen A)

m 24Dec1911 St Barnabas, Kentish Town: Richard Clive ENGLISH, painter @ 26 ^ 38 Holmes Road, father Walter Charles ENGLISH, plumber; Ellen Amelia MUCHMORE @ 27 ^ 38 Holmes Road, father Frederick William MUCHMORE, mechanic; witness [father] F W MUCHMORE

1918 ^ 137 Prince of Wales Road, Blackheath personal communication

1930 ^ 27 Mornington Crescent, Camden Town personal communication

1939 ^ 34 Camden Square, Camden Town personal communication

1959 ^ 20 South Hill Park Gardens, Hampstead personal communication

d 1978.2 Camden @ 93

d 20Apr1978 Camden personal communication

son    Frederick William MUCHMORE

b 1886.3 Marylebone

b 8Jul1886

chr 23Jul1890 Christ Church, Marylebone

1891 @ 5 b Marylebone ^ 3 Little Park Street, St Marylebone with parents (Fredk)

1901 patient @ 15 b [not stated] ^ Darenth, Kent

d 1905.4 Dartford @ 19 (Frederick W)

son    Frederick Walter MUCHMORE

b 1887.3 Marylebone

son    George Henry MUCHMORE

b 1890.2 Marylebone

son    Sydney Alfred MUCHMORE

b 1892.3 Marylebone

dau    Jessie May MUCHMORE

b 1894.4 Marylebone

b 7Oct1894 Marylebone

chr 7Nov1894 Christ Church, Marylebone

d 1894.4 Marylebone @ 0

son    Charles Arthur MUCHMORE

b 1897.1 Pancras

dau    Florence Maud MUCHMORE

b 1899.2 Pancras

b 25Feb1899 St Pancras

chr 13Mar1899 St Pancras

1901 @ 2 b St Pancras ^ 83 Euston Street, St Pancras with parents (Florence)

1911 scholar @ 13 b St Pancras ^ 38 Holmes Road, Kentish Town with parents (Florence)

m 1917.4 Pancras, BRUSHMEAR (Florence M)

m 23Dec1917 St James, Pancras: John BRUSHMEAR , carman @ 19 ^ 7 Roberts Mews, father John BRUSHMEAR , master carman; Florence Maud MUCHMORE @ 19 ^ 7 Roberts Mews, father Frederick William MUCHMORE, metal worker; witnesses [brother] George Henry and [father] Frederick William MUCHMORE

1930 ^2 7 Mornington Crescent, Camden Town personal communication

1939 ^ 51 Brixton Road, Kennington personal communication

1948 ^ 14 Holland Grove, Kennington personal communication

d 1987.2 Merton @ 88 (Florence)

son    Edward Albert MUCHMORE

b 1901.2 Pancras

b 2May1901

chr 20May1901 St Pancras (MUTCHMORE)

d 1907.1 Hampstead @ 5 (Albert Edward)

bur 2Mar1907 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Euston Street was a mixed comfortable/poor area in
1901. UK life events

 

 

 

 

Ellen was a sister of Alice Maud AULT, who married Frederick's brother Charles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Frederick and Ellen were in different households in 1939.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The two Fredericks were baptised at the same ceremony, along with their cousin Lily.

 

In 1901, Frederick William may have been a patient at the Darenth School for Imbecile Children.


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Generation 10

Family 1442

head  Charles George MUCHMORE

b 1869.4 Marylebone

b 6Sep1869 Marylebone

1871 @ 1 b Marylebone ?^ 28 Circus Street, St Marylebone with parents (Charles G)

chr 30Jan1877 London St Mary, Bryanston Square

1881 scholar @ 11 b Marylebone ^ 28 Circus Street, St Marylebone with parents (Charles Geo)

1891 fruiterers assistant @ 24 ^ 3 Little Park Street, St Marylebone, boarding with brother Frederick (Chas.)

m 1891.3 Marylebone (George Charles)

m 2Aug1891 St Barnabas, Marylebone: George Charles MUCHMORE, milkman @ 22 ^ Sittle Park Road, father Walter James MUCHMORE, harness maker; Alice Maud AULT @ 19 ^ 31 Beaumont's? Dwellings, father James William AULT, coachman; witnesses [brother] Frederick William & [sister-in-law] Ellen Amilia MUCHMORE

1892 coachman

1898 cab washer ^ 15 New Street Mews, Marylebone

1901 cab washer @ 31 b Marylebone ^ St Marylebone (Charles)

1902 cab washer ^ 4A Park Lane, Marylebone

1911 licensed messenger @ 42 b London Middlesex ^ 4A Allsop Street, St Marylebone

1919 ^ 10 Little Park Street, Marylebone personal communication

1932 ^ 55 Lisson Grove, Marylebone personal communication

d 1934.4 Paddington @ 67

sp      Alice Maud Mary AULT

(b 1872) Marylebone

1881 @ 6 b Paddington ^ 17 Barwood Mews with parents James and Annie AULT (Alice)

m 1891.3 Marylebone (Alice Maud)

m 2Aug1891 St Barnabas, Marylebone (Alice Maud)

1901 @ 28 b Marylebone ^ St Marylebone (Alice)

1911 @ 39 b London ^ 4A Allsop Street, St Marylebone

1939 @ 68 ^ Wembley (Alice M M MICHMORE)

1952-1959 ^ 51 Meadow Way, Wembley with daughter Lilian Margaret personal communication

d 1959.3 Hendon @ 85 (Alice M M)

son    Charles George MUCHMORE

b 1892.1 Marylebone

dau    Alice Maud MUCHMORE

b 1893.3 Marylebone

d 1893.4 Marylebone @ 0

son    Frederick William MUCHMORE

b 1894.4 Marylebone

dau    Amelia MUCHMORE

b 1895.4 Marylebone [twin]

d 1895.4 Marylebone @ 0

bur Nov1895 Kensal Green Cemetery (A)

dau    Bertha MUCHMORE

b 1895.4 Marylebone [twin]

d 1895.4 Marylebone @ 0

bur Nov1895 Kensal Green Cemetery (B)

dau    Ellen Amelia MUCHMORE

b 1898.3 Marylebone

b 25Jun1898

chr 13Jul1898 Christ Church, Marylebone

known as Nellie personal communication

1901 @ 3 b Marylebone ^ St Marylebone with parents (Ellen)

1911 @ 12 b London ^ 4A Allsop Street, St Marylebone with parents

m1 1922.3 Marylebone, Edward R H GOSTLING

m2 1931.2 Marylebone, William A B STURGEON

1958 ^14 Logan Road, Wembley North personal communication

1977 ^ 7 Monaro Close, Wantirna VIC personal communication

d 9Sep1982 Childers Lodge, Dorset Road, Croydon VIC @ 84

son    Sidney Alfred MUCHMORE

b 1900.3 Marylebone

son    Alfred Ernest MUCHMORE

b 1902.1 Marylebone

dau    Alice May MUCHMORE

b 1904.2 Marylebone

b 15Mar1904 London

1911 @ 6 b London ^ 4A Allsop Street, St Marylebone with parents

m 1926.1 Marylebone, Edward C HUMPHREYS (Alice M)

1932 ^55 Lisson Grove, Marylebone personal communication

1936 ^ 23 Brand Street, Marylebone personal communication

d Feb1992 Luton @ 87

son    John Henry MUCHMORE

b 1906.4 Marylebone

dau    Lilian Margaret MUCHMORE

b 1908.3 Marylebone (Lilian M)

b 7Aug1908 London

1911 @ 2 b London ^ 4A Allsop Street, St Marylebone with parents

1932 ^ 55 Lisson Grove Marylebone personal communication

m 1937.2 Marylebone, Albert E CONLAY (Lilian M)

1950-1965 51 Meadow Way, Wembley personal communication

d Oct1991 Kerrier [Cornwall]

dau    Laura L MUCHMORE

b 1914.1 Marylebone

d 1914.1 Marylebone @ 0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alice was a sister of Ellen Amelia AULT, who married Charles's brother Frederick.


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Generation 10

Family 0929

head  John Henry MUCHMORE

b 1872.4 Marylebone

b 5Nov1872 Marylebone

chr 30Jan1877 London St Mary, Bryanston Square

1881 scholar @ 8 b London ^ 28 Circus Street, St Marylebone with parents (John H)

1891 chandlers assistant @ 18 b London ^ 12-13 Molyneux Street Lodging House, St Marylebone (John)

1901 house painter @ 26 b Marylebone ^ 12-13 Molyneux Street, St Marylebone, lodging with James LUCAS (John). Also in household: his brother Walter

m 1915.3 Marylebone (John H)

d 1942.2 Paddington @ 70 (John H)

sp       Alice Elizabeth COURT

b 1858.33 Pancras

b 8Aug1858, York Road Lying-in Hospital, St. Pancras personal communication

m 1915.3 Marylebone (Alice)

1918-1932 ^ 33 Nutford Place, Bryanston Square personal communication

d 1932.4 Kensington @ 75


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Generation 10

Family 2289

head  Richard Adrian MUCHMORE

b 1878.3 Marylebone

b 28May1878 Marylebone

chr 14Jun1878 Christ Church, Marylebone

1881 @ 2 b Marylebone ^ 41 Upper Gloster Place, Marylebone with parents (Pritchard MUCHMON)

1891 @ 12 b London ^ 19 Wellington Avenue, St Marylebone with parents (Richard)

1899-1902 drummer 9601, 6th Battalion Middlesex Regiment: served in Boer War (R) British Army records

1902 awarded Queen's South Africa Medal with one clasp; entitled to the King's South Africa Medal with two clasps, but did not make claim (R) British Army records

m1 1902.4 Marylebone (Richard Albert)

1910 ^ 84 Iverson Road, Kilburn (Richard) personal communication

15Mar1915 enlisted in British Army: acting sergeant 30772 Royal Defence Corps British Army records

9Jun1916 discharged medically unfit British Army records

1918 ^ 56 Gascony Avenue,  Camden personal communication

1932 ^ 29 Poolsford Road, West Hendon personal communication

1935 ^ Eden Lodge, Kingsbury Green Parade, Hendon personal communication

1939 ^ 9 Goldsmith Lane, Wembley North Richard & Lilian personal communication

1939 @ 58 ^ Wembley (Richard A)

m2 1944.2 Hendon, CHASNEY

d 1946.1 Hendon @ 67 (Richard A)

sp1     Mary Elizabeth ELKES

b 1878.2 Clun

1881 @ 3 ^ Cottage Shop, Clungunford (Mary Elizth)

?1901 servant @ 20 b Barnsley ^ Wooldale, Yorkshire (Mary); head: Jonathan BROOK

m 1902.4 Marylebone

1910 ^ 84 Iverson Road, Kilburn (Richard) personal communication

1918 ^ 56 Gascony Avenue, Camden (MUCKMORE) personal communication

d 1921.4 Marylebone @ 43

sp2      Lilian Florence CHASNEY

b 1894.3 East Stonehouse

known as Lily

1932 ^ 29 Poolsford Road, West Hendon personal communication

1935 ^ Eden Lodge, Kingsbury Green Parade, Hendon personal communication

1939 ^ 9 Goldsmith Lane, Wembley North Richard & Lilian personal communication

1939 @ 45 ^ Wembley (Lilian F)

m1 1944.2 Hendon, MUCHMORE (Lilian F)

m2 1947.2 Hendon, William S JOHNSTONE (Lilian F)

d 1967 Hillingdon @ 73


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Generation 10

Family 0204

head  Frank Leonard MUCHMORE

b 1887.3 Marylebone

b 8Aug1887

chr 20Aug1889 All Saints, St John's Wood

1891 @ 3 b London ^ 19 Wellington Avenue, St Marylebone with parents (Frank)

1901 @ 13 b Marylebone ^ Hampstead with parents (Frank)

1911 architect's draughtsman @ 23 b London ^ St Heliers, Mostyn Avenue, Wembley with sister Blanche (Frank)

1931-1936 ^ 46 Cornwall Road, Harrow (MUCHMOORE) personal communication

m1 1911.4 Grimsby (Francis L)

23Jul1932 clerk @ 45: departed Southampton aboard Minnetonka for New York (Frank) UK shipping & migration

1938-1939 ^ 43 Dorset Street, Marylebone; also Hill Top House, Chalfont Avenue, Little Chalfont, Buckinghamshire personal communication

1939 @ 52 ^ Amersham (Frank L MUCHMOORE)

m2 1958.4 Marylebone, WOOD (Francis L)

m3 1964.4 Worthing, TITCOMBE (Frank L)

d 1967.4 Worthing @ 80 (Frank L)

d 11Dec1967 17 Ellis Avenue, High Salvington, Worthing: retired master builder UK wills & probates

sp1     Frances Mary THORP

b 1880.2 Oakham [Rutland]

1891 @ 10 ^ Lords Hold [Workhouse], Burley Road, Oakham

1911 dressmaker @ 29 b Oakham ^ 18 Maygrove Road, Kilburn

m 1911.4. Grimsby (Frances M)

1931-1936 ^ 46 Cornwall Road, Harrow (MUCHMOORE) personal communication

23Jul1932 housewife @ 42 ^ Kingsley Hotel, Hart Street, Bloomsbury: departed Southampton aboard Minnetonka for New York (Mabel) UK shipping & migration

1938-1939 ^ 43 Dorset Street, Marylebone; also Hill Top House, Chalfont Avenue, Little Chalfont, Buckinghamshire ;personal communication

1939 @ 58 ^ Amersham (Mary F MUCHMOORE)

d 1957.1 Amersham @ 76 (Frances M)

sp2    Nellie M WOOD

(b 1895)

1939 @ 44 ^ Fulham

m 1958.4 Marylebone

d 1964.1 Brighton @ 69

sp3    Clara E TITCOMBE

b 190x

m 1964.4 Worthing


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Generation 10

Family 0795

head  William Henry MUCHMORE

chr 22Dec1869 Penwerris, Cornwall (MITCHMORE)

1871 @ 1 b Falmouth ^ High Street, Falmouth with parents

1881 scholar @ 11 b Falmouth ^ 5 Mills Court, Falmouth with parents

1891 mason @ 21 b Falmouth ^ 39 Smithick Hill, Falmouth with parents (William)

1891 masons labourer @ 21 b Falmouth ^ Shipwright Arms, Manaccan, Cornwall, lodging with Robert BORNE, innkeeper (William H)

1892-1898 mariner ^ 38 Smithick Hill, Falmouth (William) UK street & trade directories

1898 ordered to make child-support payments of 2s a week to Jane BENNETTS of the parish of Budock UK legal documents

m 1903.1 Rhayader

m 29Jan1903 Llanwrthwl: William Henry MUCHMORE, mason @ 31 ^ 4 Elan Village, father William Henry MUCHMORE, mariner; Elizabeth LLOYD @ 22 ^ 49 Elan Village, father John LLOYD, labourer

1909 mason ^ Bradwell, Derbyshire

1911 mason @ 39 b Falmouth ^ 92 Birchinlee, Derwent, Sheffield (William H)

d 1938.4 Rotherham @ 69

bur 11Dec1938 Greasbrough, Yorkshire West Riding

sp      Elizabeth Ann LLOYD

b 1880.3 Merthyr Tydfil

b 29Oct1880

m 1903.1 Rhayader (Elizabeth)

m 29Jan1903 Llanwrthwl

1911 @ 30 b Alderbury, Shropshire ^ 70a High Street, Aberdare, Glamorganshire with her parents John & Ann (Elizabeth)

1939 @ 59 ^ Rotherham

d 1970.4 Weymouth

dau    Elizabeth MUCHMORE

b 1903.4 Rhayader

1911 visitor @ 7 b Rhayader ^ 79 High Street, Aberdare ; head: Thomas DAVIES, grocer & baker

m 1934.1 Rotherham, Ernest ROBINSON

son    William Henry MUCHMORE

b 1905.3 Rhayader

dau    Avaril MUCHMORE

b 1909.3 Bakewell

chr 5Sep1909 Bradwell, Derbyshire

1911 @ 2 b Bradwell ^ 70a High Street, Aberdare with mother and grandparents

m 1933.4 Camberwell, Edward THEAKSTON

dau   Annie Grace MUCHMORE

b 1916.1 Rotherham

b 6Feb1916

m 1941.2 Rotherham, Thursby HUGHES

d Mar1984 Bournemouth

 

 

 

 

 

 

William appears to have been enumerated twice in 1891.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1911, Henry may have been engaged in building the Derwent Reservoir .

 
Generation 11

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Generation 11

Family 0858

head  Henry John MUCHMORE

b 1888.3 St Germans

b 24Jul1888 Polbathic , Cornwall Royal Navy records

1891 @ 2 b St Germans, Cornwall ^ 42 Lyndhurst Street, Cardiff with parents (Henry J)

1901 @ 12 b St Germans ^ Llanddaff, Glamorganshire with parents (Henry J)

1911 mariner engineer @ 22 b Sheviock, Cornwall ^ 83 Glamorgan Street , Pontcanna, Glamorganshire with parents

4Jul1911 fitter & turner: enlisted in the Royal Navy as Acting Engine Room Artificer 4, No. M3151; promoted 5Oct1912 ERA4, 4 Jul1914 ERA3, 25Jul1918 ERA2, 1Nov1918 ActCERA2, 1Nov1919 CERA; discharged 15Jan1920 Royal Navy records

m 1917.2 Cardiff

1919 acting chief engine room artificer 2nd class M3151: awarded British War and Victory medals (Henry J) Royal Navy records

1939 @ 51 ^ Darlington, Durham (Henry J)

d 1973.1 Portsmouth

sp      Dorothy Hawthorn IRVING

b 25Nov1895

m 1917.2 Cardiff (Dorothy H)

1939 @ 51 ^ Darlington (Dorothy H)

d Jun1986 Petersfield

living members omitted


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Generation 11

Family 0856

head  William Percy MUCHMORE

b 1891.3 Cardiff

b 30Jun1891

1901 @ 9 b Cardiff ^ Llandaff, Glamorgan with parents (William P)

1911 assistant grocer , boarder @ 19 b Cardiff ^ 2 Mountain Ash Road, Abercynon ; head: Denys BRISLAND, colliery traffic weigher

1919 private 34046 Norfolk Regiment, 42517 Lincolnshire Regiment, 45009 Gloucestershire Regiment: awarded British War and Victory medals (William P) British Army records

m 1917.1 Newport, DENMAN

1939 @ 48 ^ Cardiff (William P)

d 1981.3 South Glamorgan

sp      Alice M DENMAN

(b 1892)

m 1917.1 Newport

1939 @ 48 ^ Cardiff (Alice M)

May1946 ^ Whitechurch, Cardiff: wrote letter to Mr R E JONES, butcher ^ Oxide Street, Broken Hill NSW, thanking him for carton of dripping he had sent (A) UK life events

d 1959.4 Cardiff @ 68

living members omitted


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Generation 11

Family 0834

head  Wilfred Ewart MUCHMORE

b 1898.2 Cardiff

b 27May1898 Llandaff, Glamorganshire

1901 @ 2 b Cardiff (Wilfred E)

1911 @ 12 b Llandaff ^ 83 Glamorgan Street , Pontcanna, Glamorganshire with parents

m1 1921.3 St Thomas, Florence A PASCOE (Wilfred E)

1939 @ 41 ^ Cardiff (Wilfred E)

m2 1956.1 Cardiff, Gladys PASCOE (Wilfred E)

d 1973.4 Cardiff

sp1    Florence A PASCOE

(b 1894)

1901 @ 6 b Constantine, Camberwell ^ Littleham with parents William and Harriet (Florance F)

1911 @ 16 b Devon ^ St Thomas with parents

m 1921.3 St Thomas

1939 @ 44 ^ Cardiff (Florence A)

d 1954.3 E Glamorgan @ 60

son    Norman William Wilfred MUCHMORE

b 1925.2 Cardiff

sp2    Gladys PASCOE

b 11Jul1897

1901 @ 3 b Plymouth ^ Littleham with parents William and Harriet

1911 @ 13 b Devon ^ St Thomas with parents

m 1956.1 Cardiff

d 1977.4 S Glamorgan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gladys was a younger sister of Wilfred's first wife.


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Generation 11

Family 0900

head  Ernest Lawrence MUCHMORE

b 28Jan1897 NZ New Zealand military records

11Apr1917 NZMC no. 3/3467, NZ Field Ambulance Corps, clerk, NZ Insurance Co. ^ 363 Worcester Street, Christchurch NZ: volunteered for 28th reinforcements, NZ Defence Force; discharged 30Jul1917 due to knee injury (Ernest Laurence) New Zealand military records

m 1930 NZ, SLEETH

d 1964 NZ @ 67

sp      Mary Dixon SLEETH

b 1May1898 New Zealand civil registration indexes

m 1930 NZ

d 1995 NZ

d 5Feb1995 Bainswood House, Rangiora NZ; bur St John, Rangiora New Zealand newspaper announcements

 

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Generation 11

Family 0130

head  Harold John MUCHMORE

b 24Apr1898 NZ New Zealand military records

18May1918 private 83782, 2nd Canterbury Territorials, painter, T Ferguson & Co. ^ 47 Elizabeth Street, Timaru: volunteered for NZ Expeditionary Force New Zealand military records

6Nov1919 groomsman at wedding in Timaru New Zealand life events

m 1924 NZ, MATTINSON

Apr1929 taxi proprietor ^ 109 Malcolm Avenue,Christchurch NZ New Zealand life events

d 1965 NZ @ 66

1965 Christchurch: will probated ^ Christchurch, railway employee New Zealand legal records

sp      Florence MATTINSON

b 18Nov1901 North American civil registration indexes

m 1924 NZ

d 1993 NZ


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Generation 11

Family 0636

head  Douglas MUCHMORE

b 2Jan1909 Timaru NZ North American civil registration indexes

m 193x

d 1988 NZ

d 18Sep1988 @ 79; bur Ruru Lawn Cemetery, Christchurch NZ, "retired railway employee b Timaru”

1988 Christchurch: will probated New Zealand legal records

sp      Thelma Marie ??

b 10Feb1909 NZ North American civil registration indexes

b 190x Christchurch

m 193x

d 22Dec1972; bur Ruru Lawn Cemetery, Christchurch, "married, b Christchurch”


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Generation 11

Family 0828

head  Alfred MUCHMORE

b 1894.1 St Germans

1901 @ 7 b Sheviock ^ Polbathic, Sheviock with parents

1911 student, civil service @ 17 b Sheviock ^ Polbathic, St Germans with parents

10Jun1912 received Civil Service Commission certification as Clerk, Second Division after open competition UK life events

3Sep1913 Second Divison Clerk: assigned to Post Office UK life events

m 1920.3 Wandsworth

1920-1936 colonial civil servant, Tanganyika [now Tanzania]: returned to England on leave in 1923, 1925, 1928, 1931, 1934 and 1936 UK shipping & migration

1925-1930 spent leave in Polbathic, Cornwall UK shipping & migration

1931-1945 spent leave at 67 Bray Road, Guildford UK shipping & migration

1936-1948 colonial civil servant, Aden: returned to England on leave in 1938, 1945 and 1948 UK shipping & migration

1937-1951 member, Executive Council of the Colony of Aden UK life events

1939 @ 46 ^ Guildford

1Jan1942 financial adviser to HM Government at Aden : awarded OBE; served in the RAMC during the last war, previously attached to the Treasury Departments at Dar-es-Salaam and Tanganyika UK life events

1Jan1948 financial secretary, Aden: awarded CBE UK life events

1948-1950 administrative officer, Gold Coast [now Ghana]: spent leave at 43 Englewood Road, Clapham Common UK shipping & migration

1950-1952 civil servant, St Helena UK shipping & migration

1952 ^ Trago, St Pinnock, Cornwall UK shipping & migration

d 1962.4 Liskeard @ 68

d 19Nov1962 @ 68; bur Wesleyan Chapel, Connon, Cornwall

d 18Nov1962 Vernoon, East Taphouse, Liskeard: accountant, Colonial Service (retired) ^ UK wills & probates

sp      Amy Mildred MAYERS

b 1891.2 Basford

b 10May1891

m 1920.3 Wandsworth

1920-1936 ^ Tanganyika: returned to England in 1922, 1925, 1928, 1930, 1933 and 1936 UK shipping & migration

1925-1930 when in England ^ Polbathic, Cornwall UK shipping & migration

1931-1945 when in England ^  67 Bray Road, Guildford UK shipping & migration

1939 @ 48 ^ Guildford (Amy M)

1939-1948 ^ Aden: returned to England in 1938, 1942, 1945 and 1948 UK shipping & migration

1948-1950 when in England ^ 43 Englewood Road, Clapham Common UK shipping & migration

1950 ^ Gold Coast UK shipping & migration

1950-1952 ^ St Helena UK shipping & migration

1952 ^ Trago, St Pinnock UK shipping & migration

d 1973.3 Liskeard

d 11Jul1973 @ 82; bur Wesleyan Chapel, Connon

d 11Jul1973 Trago, East Taphouse, Liskeard: widow UK wills & probates

living members omitted


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Generation 11

Family 1267

head  Thomas Albert MUCHMORE

b 19Oct1916 Quambi, Adelaide (?) Australian newspaper announcements

1933-1934 passed examinations in Rail Carriage Building at the NSW Railway & Tramway Institute (Thomas) Australian life events

m1 1935 Manly NSW

1943-1958 bodymaker ^ 12 Cecil Street, Manly Australian population surveys

1954 ^ Fairlight NSW (T A) Australian newspaper announcements

1958, 1963 body maker ^ 6 Valley Road, Balgowlah NSW Australian population surveys

m2 197x

1980 supervisor ^ 534 Orange Grove Road, Woy Woy NSW Australian population surveys

1993 ^ Woy Woy Australian population surveys

d 1993 Woy Woy personal communication

sp1    Daphne May Patricia DELANEY

b 191x

m 1935 Manly

1936, 1937 home duties ^ 6 Cohen Street, Manly (Daphne May) Australian population surveys

1943-1958 home duties ^ 12 Cecil Street, Manly (Daphne May) Australian population surveys

1954 ^ Fairlight (Mrs T A) Australian newspaper announcements

1958, 1963 home duties ^ 6 Valley Road, Balgowlah (Daphne May) Australian population surveys

d 1975 NSW, "parents: Joseph Thomas and Alice Mary”

living members omitted

 

 


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Generation 11

Family 1963

head  Frederick James Herbert MUCHMORE

b 1875.2 Pancras (Frederick James H)

b 7Mar1875 Kentish Town

chr 13Jun1876 Holy Trinity, Havelock Hill (Frederick James Alber Herbert)

1881 @ 6 b Pancras ^ 22 Ferdinand Place, St Pancras with parents (Frederick J H)

1891 pianoforte action maker @ 16 b St Pancras ^ 72 Carlton Street, St Pancras with parents (Frederick J)

m 1899.1 Pancras (Frederick James H)

1899 clerk ^ 7 Madden Road, St Pancras

1901 commission agent ^ 59 Carlton Road, St Pancras

1901 commission agent @ 26 b St Pancras ^ St Pancras (Frederick)

1902 carman ^ 107 Carlton Street, St Pancras

1904 commission agent ^ 107 Carlton Street, St Pancras

1905 commission agent ^ 45 Gospel Oak Grove, St Pancras

1911 racing man @ 37 b Kentish Town ^ 45 Gospel Oak Grove, St Pancras (Frederick)

d 1933.1 Cambridge @ 57 (Frederick J H)

d 1Mar1933 Newmarket, Suffolk personal communication

bur 4Mar1933 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden (Fredk Jas H)

sp      Bertha Annie HAINES

b 2Apr1878 personal communication

m 1899.1 Pancras

1901 @ 22 b St Pancras ^ St Pancras

1911 @ 33 ^ b Camden Town ^ 45 Gospel Oak Grove, St Pancras (Bertha)

1939 @ 61 ^ Dorking, Surrey (Bertha)

d 1968.1 Surrey SE @ 89

bur 24Jan1968 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

son    Frederick James MUCHMORE

b 1899.3 Pancras

dau    Bertha Helen MUCHMORE

b 1900.4 Pancras

b 22Oct1900

chr 20Jan1901 St Martin, Kentish Town

1901 @ 5 mo b St Pancras ^ St Pancras

1911 @ 10 b Kentish Town ^ 45 Gospel Oak Grove, St Pancras with parents (Bertha)

1939 @ 39 ^ Dorking with mother (Bertha H)

d Sep1985 Chichester

d 12Sep1985 personal communication

son    Charles Edgar MUCHMORE

b 1902.3 Pancras

son    William Herbert MUCHMORE

b 1904.2 Pancras

dau    Hilda Annie MUCHMORE

b 1905.3 Pancras

b 8Jul1905 personal communication

chr 26Jul1905 St Martin, Kentish Town

1911 @ 5 b Kentish Town ^ 45 Gospel Oak Grove, St Pancras with parents (Hilda)

m 1937.3 Staines, William C STANLEY (Hilda A)

m 193x, William Colin STANLEY personal communication

d Apr1996 Reading & Wokingham @ 90

 

 

In the baptism record, "Alber" is written in a different pen or pencil to the rest of the entry, but not erased.


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Generation 11

Family 0203

head  James Edgar MUCHMORE

b 1887.3 Pancras

b 21Jul1887 72 Malden Road, St Pancras personal communication

known as Mick

1891 @ 3 b St Pancras ^ 72 Carlton Street, St Pancras with parents (James E)

1901 @ 13 b Kentish Town ^ St Pancras with parents (James E)

m 1908.4 Islington

m 20Oct1908 Register Office, Islington: James Edgar MUCHMORE, railway stoker @ 21 ^ 62 Victoria Road, father William MUCHMORE, railway engine driver; Jane WHEELER @ 21 ^ 39 Victoria Road, father John WHEELER, furniture porter

1911 fireman @ 23 b Kentish Town ^ 215 Arlington Road, St Pancras

1914-18 gunner 5113 Royal Field Artillery; posted to France 26Nov1915 British Army records

1919 awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (Edgar & J Edgar) British Army records

1939 @ 52 ^ St Pancras (James E)

d 1964.3 Hendon @ 77

sp      Jane WHEELER

b 3May1890 451 Caledonian Road, Islington personal communication

known as Jenny personal communication

m 1908.4 Islington

m 20Oct1908 Register Office, Islington

1911 @ 23 b Islington ^ 215 Arlington Road, St Pancras

1939 @ 49 ^ St Pancras

d 1959.2 Hendon @ 68

d 2May1959 Edgware General Hospital, Edgware ^ 196 Camrose Avenue, Edgware, "cause cerebral haemorrhage, hypertension” personal communication

bur 9May1959 Wealdstone Cemetery, Harrow

dau    Jane Violet MUCHMORE

b 1908.4 Pancras

b 16Nov1908 St Pancras personal communication

1911 @ 2 ^ 215 Arlington Road, St Pancras with parents

m 1929.4 Pancras, Thomas Edward GATES (Jane V)

1930 ^ 21 Lamble Street, Gospel Oak, Pancras personal communication

1939-1947 ^ 196 Camrose Avenue, Edgware with parents personal communication

1947-1959 ^ 35 Cullimgton Close, Harrow personal communication

d Feb2001 Watford @ 92

son    James Frederick MUCHMORE

b 1911.1 Pancras

son    Ronald MUCHMORE

b 1913.2 Pancras

son    John MUCHMORE

b 1915.2 Pancras

b 19Mar1915

1939-1944 enlisted under the assumed name of Baker and was known as "Doughy Baker”. He had been a regular soldier in the 1930's but for some reason he deserted and lived with the gypsies for a number of years.  When WW2 broke out he re-enlisted into the Middlesex Regiment. He was at Dunkirk in 1940 and involved in the fighting in Normandy, Belgium and Germany. personal communication

d 1981.2 Hendon

dau    Hilda MUCHMORE

b 1918.1 Pancras

b 18Mar1918 personal communication

m 1943.2 Hendon, Victor Francis JARVIS

d Apr1997 Birmingham @ 79

son    Victor MUCHMORE

b 1920.2 Pancras

son    George MUCHMORE

b 1922.4 Pancras

b 27Sep1922

1942 fusilier 6481451, Royal Fusiliers: prisoner of war 33122, Stalag 344, Lamsdorf [Lambinowice, Poland] (G) British Army records personal communication

d 1983.1 Harrow

dau    Margaret MUCHMORE

b 1925.1 Pancras

b 13Dec1924 45a Rhyl Street, Camden Town personal communication

m 1947.3 Hendon, Harold A DIBBLE personal communication

m 27Sep1947 Stanmore, Harold Albert DIBBLE

d 19Aug2008 Edgware personal communication

dau    Rose MUCHMORE

b 1930.1 Pancras

b 24Jan1929 Pancras personal communication

1939 @ 9 ^ St Pancras with parents

m 1950.4 Hendon, John C KENT

m Dec1950 Hendon, John Charles KENT personal communication

1956 ^ 16 Whitefield Avenue, Hendon personal communication

d 1962.4 Hendon @ 32

d 23Dec1962 Hendon personal communication

 

 

 

Mick

Mick

 

 

 

 

Jenny

Jenny

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John

John

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

George

George


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Generation 11

Family 0855

head  Charles Norman MUCHMORE

b 1895.3 Pancras

1901 @ 5 b Kentish Town ^ 17 Modbury Street, St Pancras with parents (Charles N)

1911 silver mounting @ 15 b Hampstead ^ 39 Malden Road, Kentish Town, London with parents (Charles N)

m 1917.4 Pancras

d 1918.4 Pancras @ 23 (Charles N)

bur 21Nov1918 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

sp      Frances Ruth CAPPER

b 20Jan1893 18 Redhill Street, Chalk Farm, Pancras

m1 1917.4 Pancras, MUCHMORE

m2 1919.4 Pancras, Alfred RICE (Frances)

m3 1937.1 Pancras, Walter James PLOWMAN (Frances)

1958-1968 ^ 13 Agar Grove, St Pancras North

d Jun1968 St Pancras

dau    Violet Frances MUCHMORE

b 1918.4 Pancras (Violet F)

b 26Sep1918

m 1970.1 St Pancras, James D WALSH (Violet F)

d Dec1996 Westminster


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Generation 11

Family 2474

head  Albert Edward MUCHMORE

b 1882.4 Plymouth (Albert)

b 9Sep1882 Plymouth

chr 25Jul1883 Plymouth Charles

1891 scholar @ 8 b Plymouth (Albert)

1901 cooper apprentice @ 18 b Plymouth ^ 26 Frederick Street, Plymouth with mother (Albert)

18Jul1904 received Civil Service Commission certification as cooper, Royal Victoria Yard, Deptford, without competition UK life events

m 1906.4 Plymouth

m 23Dec1906 Plymouth Charles: Albert Edward MUCHMORE, cooper @ 24 ^ 4 Vennel Street, father Albert Edward MUCHMORE (deceased), labourer; Lily Rosina BOWEY @ 24 ^ 4 Vennel Street, father Frederick John BOWEY, stoker

1911 cooper @ 29 b Plymouth ^ 71 Milton Court Road, New Cross (Albert)

1927 ^ 1 Norley Place, Plymouth UK street & trade directories

d 1935 Plymouth @ 53 personal communication

sp      Lily Rosina BOWEY

(b 1881)

m 1906.4 Plymouth

m 23Dec1906 Plymouth Charles

1911 @ 29 b Plymouth ^ 71 Milton Court Road, New Cross (Lily)

1927 ^ 1 Norley Place, Plymouth UK street & trade directories

d 1961.4 Plymouth @ 80 (Lily R)

dau    Lilian Emma MUCHMORE

b 1907.4 Greenwich

b 27Nov1907 Deptford

1911 @ 3 b Deptford ^ 71 Milton Court Road, New Cross with parents (Lily E)

m 1932.1 Plymouth, Ferley A ROGERS (Lillian E)

m 19Mar1932 Plymouth St Jude, Fernley Alfred ROGERS

d Mar1989 Plymouth @ 81

dau    Beatrice May MUCHMORE

b 1909.3 Greenwich

b 29Jul1909 Deptford personal communication

1911 @ 2 b Deptford ^ 71 Milton Court Road, New Cross with parents (Beatrice)

m 1935.3 Plymouth

m 21Sep1935 Plymouth St Jude: Charles Alfred FOSTER, only son of Mr & Mrs F FOSTER ^ 39 Pounds Park Road, Peverell, Plymouth, deaf mute; Beatrice May MUCHMORE, second daughter of Mr & Mrs A MUCHMORE ^ 1 Norley Place, Plymouth UK newspaper announcements

d 15Dec1999 Plymouth personal communication

dau    Winifred Selina MUCHMORE

b 1914.2 Plymouth (Winifred S)

chr 13May1914 Plymouth Charles

21Sep1935 bridesmaid at her sister Beatrice's wedding (Winnie) UK newspaper announcements

m 1945.4 Plymouth, Percival J CARR

m 27Oct1945 Plymouth St Jude, Percival James CARR

d 9Jul1969 Plymouth personal communication

son    Albert Frederick MUCHMORE

b 1921.1 Plymouth

son    Ronald John MUCHMORE

b 1924.3 Plymouth

living members omitted


Tree 20

Generation 11

Family 2316

head  Albert John MUCHMORE

b 1873.4 Plymouth

b 13Dec1873

chr 14Jan1874 Plymouth Charles

Nov1877 ^ Hampton Cottages: admitted to Charles Boys School Plymouth UK life events

1881 scholar @ 7 b Plymouth ^ 11 Camden Street, Plymouth Charles with mother (Albert)

1891 tailor @ 17 b Plymouth ^ 21 Queen Street, St Marylebone with parents

21Jul1896 tailor @ 22: enlisted in Paddington Rifles British Army records

m 1898.1 Marylebone

m 3Mar1898 St Marylebone: Albert John MUCHMORE, tailor @ 24 ^ 10 Croydon Street, father Walter MICHELMORE, tailor; Beatrice Mary LANGDON @ 22 ^ 10 Croydon Street, father Nicholas John LANGDON, printer; witnesses E & I MICHELMORE

1901 tailor @ 27 b Plymouth ^ St Marylebone (Albert J)

1911 master tailor @ 37 b Plymouth ^ 11 Little George Street, Portman Square, London

d 1951.3 Paddington @ 77

d 19Jul1951 St Mary's Hospital, Paddington personal communication

sp      Beatrice Mary LANGDON

b 1875.4 Plymouth

m 1898.1 Marylebone

m 3Mar1898 St Marylebone

1901 @ 25 b Plymouth ^ St Marylebone

1911 @ 37 b Plymouth ^ 11 Little George Street, Portman Square, London

1955 ^ 85 Uplands Avenue, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire with daughter Emily personal communication

d 1955.4 Wolverhamptan @ 80 (Beatrice M)

d 9Nov1955 New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton personal communication

son    Archibald John W MUCHMORE

b 1898.2 West Marylebone

1901 @ 3 b Marylebone ^ St Marylebone with parents (Archibald J W)

d 1906.2 Marylebone @ 8

son    Reginald Albert MUCHMORE

b 1900.2 Marylebone

dau    Emily Beatrice MUCHMORE

b 1902.4 Marylebone

b 24Aug1902

1911 @ 8 b St Marylebone ^ 11 Little George Street, Portman Square, London with parents

m 1934.2 Romford, Alan A TERRY

1955 ^ 85 Uplands Avenue, Wolverhampton personal communication

d 1981.2 Wolverhampton @ 78

son    Arthur J MUCHMORE

b 1913.3 Marylebone

 

 

 

In 1891, Albert was living next door to William, his first cousin twice removed.


Tree 20

Generation 11

Family 2313

head  Thomas Walter MUCHMORE

b 1878.3 Plymouth

b 5Sep1878

1881 @ 2 b Plymouth ^ 11 Camden Street, Plymouth Charles with mother (Thomas)

chr 20Jun1886 St Luke, Marylebone

1891 scholar @ 12 b Plymouth ^ 21 Queen Street, St Marylebone with parents (Thomas W)

m 1897.4 St Saviour (Thomas)

m 28Nov1897 St Mark, Walworth: Thomas MUCHMORE, shop walker @ 20 ^ 19 East Street, father Walter MUCHMORE, tailor; Elizabeth LESTER @ 19 ^ 19 East Street, father Charles LESTER, engineer; witnesses Charles & Harriett LESTER

1901 bath assistant @ 22 b Plymouth ^ Lambeth (Thomas)

1911 house painter @ 31 b Plymouth ^ 136 & 137 Surrey Lodge Dwelling, Kennington Road, Lambeth

d 1914.1 Southwark @ 36 (Thomas W)

d 21Feb1914 Guy's Hospital, Southwark ^ 11 Burrell Street, Southwark, cause lobar pneumonia

sp      Eliza Elizabeth LESTER

b 1878.3 Lambeth

b 5Jul1878 7 Mason Place, Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth

chr 28Jul1878 St John, Lambeth, "daughter of Charles and Marie”

m 1897.4 St Saviour (Elizabeth)

m 28Nov1897 St Mark, Walworth (Elizabeth)

1901 @ 22 b Vauxhall ^ Lambeth (Elizabeth)

1911 @ 31 b Lambeth ^ 136 & 137 Surrey Lodge Dwelling, Kennington Road, Lambeth (Elizabeth)

1914 ^ 11 Burrell Street, Southwark personal communication

1921 ^ 5 Bywell Place, Monkton Street, Kennington personal communication

1922 ^ 26 Old Paradise Street, Lambeth personal communication

1932 ^ 11 Old Paradise Street, Lambeth personal communication

1939 @ 61 ^ Lambeth (Elizabeth)

1955 ^ 12 Albert Square, Lambeth personal communication

d 1962.1 Surrey MidE @ 85

son    Thomas Walter MUCHMORE

b 1898.4 Lambeth

(b 1898) Kennington, Surrey personal communication

1901 @ 2 b Westrninster ^ Lambeth with parents (Thomas)

1911 scholar @ 12 b Lambeth ^ 136 & 137 Surrey Lodge Dwelling, Kennington Road, Lambeth with parents

1914-1918 Private 21124 East Lancashire Regiment & 50532 Middlesex Regiment (Thomas W) British Army records

d 12Jun1918: private 31124 11th Battalion East Lancashire Regiment; bur Longuenesse St Omer Souvenir Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (T W) British Army records

dau    Isabel MUCHMORE

b 1901.2 Lambeth

b 2Jun1900

27Mar1908 admitted to Great Ormand Street Hospital for Sick Children with bronchopneumonia; @ 6 yr 9 mo ^ 114 Surrey Lodge, Kennington (Lambeth); cured, discharged after 19 days to Cromwell House convalescent home, Highgate UK life events

1911 @ 9 b Lambeth ^ 136 & 137 Surrey Lodge Dwelling, Kennington Road, Lambeth with parents

m 1923.4 Lambeth, Herbert BARING

1956-1962 ^ 68 Stockwell Gardens, Lambeth

d 1980.1 Wandsworth @ 80

son    Thomas MUCHMORE

b 1906.1 Lambeth

d 1906.1 Lambeth @ 0

dau    Edith Emma J MUCHMORE

b 1908.4 Lambeth

d 1909.4 Lambeth @ 1

son    Albert MUCHMORE

b 1911.2 Lambeth [twin]

son    Edward MUCHMORE

b 1911.2 Lambeth [twin]

d 1912.3 Lambeth @ 1

son    Walter MUCHMORE

b 1921.1 Lambeth

b 2Feb1921 126 Brook Street, Kennington personal communication

3Feb1921 ^ 5 Bywell Place, Monkton Street, Kennington personal communication

d 1922.1 Lambeth @ 1

living members omitted


Tree 20

Generation 11

Family 0201

head  Charles Henry MUCHMORE

b 1890.4 Marylebone

b 15Nov1890

chr 6Sep1891 St Luke, Marylebone

1891 @ 5 mo b London ^ 21 Queen Street, St Marylebone with parents (Charles H)

1901 @ 10 b London ^ St Marylebone with parents (Charles)

m 1910.4 Marylebone

m 25Dec1910 St Matthew, Marylebone: Charles Henry MUCHMORE, warehouseman @ 20 ^ 28 Huntsworth Terrace, father William John MUCHMORE, tailor; Florence JANES @ 20 ^ 28 Huntsworth Terrace, father Thomas Walter JANES, tin smith; witnesses [brother] Thomas Walter & [sister] Isabel Love MUCHMORE

1911 warehouseman @ 20 b Marylebone ^ 110 Ossington Buildings, St Marylebone (Charlie Henry)

1919 private 26364 Royal Lancaster Regiment: awarded British War and Victory medals British Army records

1939 @ 49 ^ Hampstead (Charles H)

d 1949.4 Hampstead @ 59

bur 20Dec1949 Hampstead Cemetery, Camden

sp      Florence JANES

b 1891.1 Marylebone

m 1910.4 Marylebone (JONES)

m 25Dec1910 St Matthew, Marylebone

1911 @ 20 b Marylebone ^ 110 Ossington Buildings, St Marylebone

1939 @ 49 ^ Hampstead

1950 ^ 5 Boundary Mews, NW8 personal communication

d 1962.4 Marylebone @ 71

bur 26Oct1962 Hampstead Cemetery, Camden

dau    Alice Isabel Marie MUCHMORE

b 1911.4 Marylebone (Alice I M)

b 22Sep1911

m 1932.3 Marylebone, William A E WATSON (Alice M I)

1933-1939 ^ 26 Fairfax Place, Hampstead personal communication

d Jan2006 Camden (Alice Marie I)

dau    Florence E MUCHMORE

b 1914.2 Marylebone

d 1915.2 Kensington @ 1

son    Charles Henry MUCHMORE

b 1916.2 Marylebone

dau    Emily Amelia MUCHMORE

b 1920.3 Marylebone (Emily A)

b 25Jun1920

m 1941.3 Hampstead, George E ALDRICH (Emily A)

d Jan2001 Watford @ 80

son    Maurice Reginald MUCHMORE

b 1927.3 Marylebone

 

 

 

Charles was baptised at the same ceremony as his sister Isabel.

 

 

 

 

Charles's father was actually Walter, who was a tailor. No William John MUCHMORE is known.


Tree 20

Generation 11

Family 0689

head  Matilda Evelyn MUCHMORE

b 1895.2 Liskeard

b 28Mar1895 Liskeard personal communication

1901 @ 6 b Liskeard ^ Godfrey's Court, Liskeard with father

1911 day girl @ 15 b Liskeard ^ Church Street North, Liskeard with father (Matilda)

1917 clerk in laundry office ^ 52 Church Street

m1 1934.3 Liskeard, ROWE (Matilda R)

m2 1956.2 Liskeard, MAY (Matilda E)

d 1979.2 Liskeard @ 84

son    Harold MUCHMORE

b 1917.3 Liskeard

dau    ? MURCHMORE

b 1931.1 Liskeard

d 1931.1 Liskeard @ 0

sp1      Daniel ROWE

(b 1867)

m 1934.3 Liskeard

d 1944.1 Liskeard @ 77

living members omitted

sp2      John MAY

(b 1886)

m 1956.2 Liskeard

d 1959.2 Liskeard @ 73

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The child born in 1931 was unnamed. She may have been the daughter of Matilda's sister Hilda.


Tree 20

Generation 11

Family 1914

head  William MUCHMORE

b 1884.3 Wandsworth

1891 @ 6 b London ^ 129 Lillington Street, Westminster St John with parents

1901 general labourer @ 19 b Battersea ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with parents

1911 potter's labourer @ 26 b Battersea ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with mother

m 1920.4 Wandsworth, DUDDY

1939 @ 56 ^ Battersea

d 1951.1 Westminster @ 66

sp      Muriel Beatrice WRIGHT

b 1894.1 Battersea

1901 @ 7 b Peckham ^ 171 High Street, Battersea

m1 1916.3 Wandsworth, Robert Benjamin CODMAN (Muriel B)

m2 1918.2 Wandsworth, Joseph Louis DUDDY [1893-1918] (Muriel B)

m3 1920.4 Wandsworth, William MUCHMORE (Muriel B)

1939 @ 47 ^ Battersea (Muriel B)

d 1954.1 Battersea @ 59

dau    Joan Margaret MUCHMORE

b 1921.3 Wandsworth

b 18Jun1921

1939 @ 28 ^ Battersea with parents (Joan M)

m 1947.2 Battersea, Thomas W OVERTON (Joan H)

d Jan2001 Sutton

dau    Vera Frances MUCHMORE

b 1922.4 Wandsworth (Vera F)

d 1924.1 Wandsworth @ 1 (Vera F)

bur 25Jan1924 Morden @ 1

son    Leonard William MUCHMORE

b 1925.3 Wandsworth

son    John Cyril MUCHMORE

b 1928.1 Wandsworth

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Muriel's first husband died 1917.4 Cardiff. Her second husband was killed in action 20Oct1918.


Tree 20

Generation 11

Family 0207

head  Herbert Stephen MUCHMORE

b 8Dec1885 Wandsworth personal communication

b 1886.1 Wandsworth

1891 @ 5 b London ^ 129 Lillington Street, Westminster St John with parents

1901 box maker @ 15 b Battersea ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with parents (Herbert)

1911 @ 25 b Battersea ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with mother

m 1911.4 Wandsworth (Herbert S)

m 12Nov1911 Christ Church, Battersea: Herbert Stephen MUCHMORE, paper hanger @ 25 ^ 39 Wayford Street, father William MUCHMORE, labourer; Eva Rosetta WARRELL @ 22 ^ 39 Wayford Street, father Alfred WARRELL, button maker

11Dec1916 conductor @ 30 yr 4 mo ^ 28 Atheldene Road, Earlsfield: enlisted in Royal West Surrey Regiment (Inf Lab Coy), No. 31511 (H) British Army records

1919 private 82478 Labour Corps, 437870 Army Service Corps: awarded British War and Victory medals (Herbert) British Army records

1939 @ 54 ^ Wandsworth (Herbert)

d 1952.2 Wandsworth @ 66

sp      Eva Rosetta WARRELL

b 1889.1 St Giles

b 10Dec1888

1911 laundress @ 22 ^ Wandsworth with parents Alfred and Sarah (Eva)

m 1911.4 Wandsworth (Eva R)

m 12Nov1911 Christ Church, Battersea

1939 @ 51 ^ Wandsworth (Eva R)

15Nov1955 office cleaner @ 67 ^ 187 Earlsfield Road, Wandsworth: departed London aboard Orion for Sydney NSW (E R) UK shipping & migration

1955 @ 67 departed London for Sydney NSW

d 1972.1 Wandsworth

son    Herbert Stephen MUCHMORE

b 1915.1 Wandsworth

son    Frederick William MUCHMORE

b 1917.2 Wandsworth

son    Ernest Arthur MUCHMORE

b 1921.3 Wandsworth (Ernest A)

living members omitted


Tree 20

Generation 11

Family 0861

head  Albert MUCHMORE

b 1890.3 St George Hanover Square

b 18Aug1890

1891 @ 8 mo b London ^ 129 Lillington Street, Westminster St John with parents (Dick)

1901 @ 11 b Battersea ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with parents

chr 18Feb1906 Christ Church, Battersea

1911 motor driver domestic @ 21 b Pimlico ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with mother

20Oct1914 chauffeur @ 24 yr 10 mo ^ Pimlico: applied to enlist in British Army, 43148 Royal Army Medical Corps

27Oct1914 rejected for service as "not likely to become an efficient soldier" [no reason given] British Army records

12Jun1916 enlisted in Royal Air Force as general clerk 26050; promoted to corporal clerk 2Jan1918 (A) Royal Air Force records

m 1917.1 Wandsworth, ARNOLD

1939 @ 49 ^ Battersea, London

d 1963.3 Surrey MidE @ 73

sp      Edith Gertrude ARNOLD

b Sep1890

m 1917.1 Wandsworth

1939 @ 49 ^ Battersea, London

d 1970.2 Wandsworth

son    Peter MUCHMORE

b 1920.3 Wandsworth

son    Paul Albert Gordon MUCHMORE

b 1926.3 Wandsworth

 

 

 

 

 

 

Albert was baptised at the same ceremony as his sisters Amy and Lilian.


Tree 20

Generation 11

Family 0809

head  Walter MUCHMORE

b 1895.3 Wandsworth

b 18May1895

1901 @ 6 b Battersea ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with parents (Willie)

chr 2May1906 Christ Church, Battersea

1911 butcher's errand boy @ 16 b Battersea ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with mother

m 1922.3 Wandsworth

1939 @ 44 ^ Battersea

d 1972.4 Wandsworth @ 76

sp      Beatrice Louisa FORD

b 3Dec1901

m 1922.3 Wandsworth (Beatrice L)

1939 @ 44 ^ Battersea (Beatrice L)

d 1982.3 Wandsworth

living members omitted

 

 

 

Walter was baptised at the same ceremony as his brother John.


Tree 20

Generation 11

Family 0966

head  John Henry MUCHMORE

b 1897.1 Wandsworth

b 7Jan1897

known as Jack

1901 @ 5 b Battersea ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with parents (John)

chr 2May1906 Christ Church, Battersea

1911 grocer's errand boy @ 15 b Battersea ^ 39 Wayford Street, Battersea with mother

m 1922.3 St George Hanover Square, DENNETT

1939 @ 22 [sic] ^ Brighton (John/Henry)

d 1967.2 Brighton @ 70

sp      Edith Eliza DENNETT

b 19Apr1900

m 1922.3 St George Hanover Square (Edith E)

1939 @ 39 ^ Brighton (Edith)

d Jun1992 Brighton

d 21Jun1992 39 Reading Road, Brighton, Sussex UK wills & probates

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

John was baptised at the same ceremony as his brother Walter.


Tree 20

Generation 11

Family 0202

head  Frederick Walter MUCHMORE

b 1887.3 Marylebone

b 8Aug1887

chr 23Jul1890 Christ Church, Marylebone (Walter James)

1891 @ 3 b Marylebone ^ 3 Little Park Street, St Marylebone with parents (Walter)

1901 @ 13 b Marylebone ^ 83 Euston Street, St Pancras with parents (Walter)

1911 furrier @ 24 b Marylebone ^ 38 Holmes Road, Kentish Town with parents (Walter)

m 1911.2 Pancras (Walter J)

m 16Apr1911 St Barnabas, Kentish Town: Walter James MUCHMORE, furrier @ 23 ^ 38 Holmes Road, father Frederick William MUCHMORE, gas fitter; Elizabeth May BROWN @ 19 ^ 38 Holmes Road; father Henry BROWN, gas fitter; witnesses Charles BROWN, [brother] George MUCHMORE

2Jan1915 enlisted in British Army, Private 3210 3rd City of London Royal Fusiliers / 633112 Labour Corps; first served in Europe 10May1915 British Army records

1919 ^ 27 Mornington Cresent, Camden Town: granted part pension due to inflammation in left ear British Army records

1919 awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (Fred'k W) British Army records

d 1972.3 Bromley

d 1972 Elstree personal communication

sp      Elizabeth May BROWN

(b 1889)

m 1911.2 Pancras

m 16Apr1911 St Barnabas, Kentish Town

1919 ^ 137 Prince of Wales Road, London NW British Army records

1946 dressmaker ^ 18 Malden Cres, NW1 (E M) UK street & trade directories

d 1965.4 Bromley @ 76 (Elizabeth N)

dau    Ivy Ellen MUCHMORE

b 1912.1 Pancras

b 28Jan1912 British Army records

1919 ^ 77 Prince of Wales Road, London NW British Army records

at one time mayoress of Brighton & Hove personal communication

m 1934.1 Lewisham, Albert Leslie TAYLOR (Ivy H)

dau    Doris May MUCHMORE

b 1913.2 Fulham

b 8May1913 British Army records

known as Bob personal communication

1919 ^ 48 Kingswood Road, Fulham British Army records

pastry chef personal communication

m 1938.3 Pancras, Frederick RUSHTON (Doris M)

d May1995 Bournemouth @ 82

son    Arthur F MUCHMORE

b 1915.1 Pancras

d 1917.1 Pancras @ 2

bur 5Jan1917 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden (Arthur)

dau    Edna Florence MUCHMORE

b 1918.2 Pancras

b 12Jun1918 British Army records

1919 ^ 137 Prince of Wales Road, London NW British Army records

dressmaker personal communication

m 1939.2 Pancras, Frederick R HEWISON (Edna F)

d Mar1988 Isle of Wight @ 66

dau    Winifred Joyce MUCHMORE

b 1927.3 Pancras

b 17Aug1927

known as Wynne personal communication

m1 1947.2 Pancras, Dennis W BURSTOW

m2 1952.2 Pancras, Albert C STEVENS (Joyce W)

d Apr2005 S & W Dorset @ 77

living members omitted

 

 

Only the Army used the name by which Frederick was registered; otherwise, he was known by his baptismal name.


Tree 20

Generation 11

Family 0208

head  George Henry MUCHMORE

b 1890.2 Marylebone

b 15Feb1890

chr 16Mar1890 Christ Church, Marylebone

1891 @ 1 b Marylebone ^ 3 Little Park Street, St Marylebone with parents (George)

11Feb1895 student at Bell Street School, Marylebone personal communication

1901 @ 11 b Marylebone ^ 83 Euston Street, St Pancras with parents (George)

1911 gold beater @ 21 b Marylebone ^ 38 Holmes Road, Kentish Town with parents (George)

m 1913.3 Pancras, RIDLEY (George H)

d 1927.3 Hampstead @ 37 (George E)

d 5Aug1927 North West Hospital, Hampstead: ^ 186 Regents Park Road, Primrose Hill; letter of administration granted 2Sep1927 London to Lilian Dorothy MUCHMORE, widow, estate 171 9s 0d UK wills & probates

sp      Lilian Dorothy RIDLEY

b 5Jul1890

m 1913.3 Pancras

1939 @ 49 ^ St Pancras (Lilian)

d Apr1991 Worthing

dau    Lilian Ann MUCHMORE

b 1915.1 Pancras (Lilian A)

b 27Jan1915

m 1941.2 Hampstead, Arthur HOLLOWAY (Lilian A)

d May1997 Worthing @ 82

dau    Joan Elizabeth MUCHMORE

b 1925.2 Pancras

b 11Feb1924

m 1949.1 Hampstead, Reginald C DOE

d 1978.3 Surrey SE @ 54

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, George's estate would have been equivalent to about 31,000 today.


Tree 20

Generation 11

Family 0827

head  Sydney Alfred MUCHMORE

b 1892.3 Marylebone

b 13May1892

chr 19Jun1892 St Matthew, Bryanston Square (Sidney Alfred)

1901 @ 8 b Marylebone ^ 83 Euston Street, St Pancras with parents (Sidney)

1911 errand boy @ 19 b Marylebone ^ 38 Holmes Road, Kentish Town with parents (Sidney)

15Jul1915 enlisted in British Army British Army records

1919 private 29332 Highland Light Infantry: awarded British War and Victory medals British Army records

m 1922.1 Pancras

1939 @ 47 @ Lambeth (Sidney A)

d Sep1989 Haywards Heath

sp      Hannah Ada MAY

b 16Jul1896

m 1922.1 Pancras (Hannah A)

1939 @ 43 @ Lambeth (Hannah A)

d Feb1987 Lambeth

dau    Ada Hannah MUCHMORE

b 1923.1 Pancras

b 1Jan1923

1939 @ 16 @ Lambeth with parents (Ada H)

m 1943.4 Lambeth, Sydney T HUMPHRIES

d 1981.4 Lambeth @ 58

son    Sidney Frederick E MUCHMORE

b 1924.4 Pancras

living members omitted

 

 

Sydney was baptised at the same ceremony as his cousin Charles. The baptism record gives his birth date as 27May.


Tree 20

Generation 11

Family 1098

head  Charles Arthur MUCHMORE

b 1897.1 Pancras

b 14Jan1897

chr 8Feb1897 St Pancras

1901 @ 4 b Pancras ^ 83 Euston Street, St Pancras with parents (Charlie)

1911 scholar @ 14 b St Pancras ^ 38 Holmes Road, Kentish Town with parents (Charlie)

12Dec1917 private 63178, Royal Fusiliers (Kentish Town): awarded the Military Medal British Army records

17Jun1919 private 63178, MM, Royal Fusiliers (Kentish Town): awarded Bar to the Military Medal British Army records

1919 private 5005 3rd London Regiment, 63178 Royal Fusiliers: awarded British War and Victory medals British Army records

m 1926.4 Pancras, BUSH

1939 @ 42 ^ Billericay, Essex (Charles A)

d 1973.2 Kings Lynn

sp      Eleanor Ethel BUSH

b 21Jan1903

m 1926.4 Pancras (Eleanor E)

1939 @ 36 ^ Billericay, Essex (Eleanor)

d Oct1987 Southend on Sea

dau    Olive F MUCHMORE

b 1927.3 Marylebone (Olive)

1939 @ 12 ^ Billericay, Essex with parents (Olive)

m 1946.4 Brentwood, William A GOWER (Olive)

d 1956.1 Brentwood @ 28

living members omitted


Tree 20

Generation 11

Family 0846

head  Charles George MUCHMORE

b 25Dec1891

b 1892.1 Marylebone

chr 19Jun1892 St Matthew, Bryanston Square

1901 @ 9 b Marylebone ^ St Marylebone with parents (Charles)

1911 @ 19 b London Middlesex ^ 4A Allsop Street, St Marylebone with parents

m 1918.4 Marylebone

1939 @ 48 ^ Greenwich (Charles G)

d 1972.2 Barnet

sp      Florence THRASHER

(b 1897)

m 1918.4 Marylebone

1939 @ 41 ^ Greenwich

d 1956.4 Barnet @ 59

son    Charles Frederick MUCHMORE

b 1921.3 Greenwich

son    Dennis MUCHMORE

b 1926.2 Greenwich

b 18Mar1926

1964, 1984 ^ 118 Sherrards Way, Barnet personal communication

d Sep1994 Barnet

dau    Doreen MUCHMORE

b 1926.2 Greenwich

b 18Mar1926

m 1952.1 Barnet, Frederick W CORDING

d Mar2004 Barnet

living members omitted

 

 

Charles was baptised at the same ceremony as his cousin Sydney. His baptism record erroneously gives Sydney's parents' names and address.


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Generation 11

Family 0801

head  Frederick William MUCHMORE

b 1894.4 Marylebone

b 15Sep1894

1901 @ 7 b Marylebone ^ St Marylebone with parents (Frederick)

11May1903 student at St Paul's School, Westminster personal communication

1911 @ 17 b London ^ 4A Allsop Street, St Marylebone with parents

30Jul1915 private 12460 Bedfordshire Regiment/103450 Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment: first served in France British Army records

1919 awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (Frederick W) British Army records

railway guard personal communication

m 1921.3 Marylebone

d 1972.3 Paddington

sp      May Cecilia BUMPUS

b 1896.2 Marylebone

b 3May1896

m 1921.3 Marylebone

d 1976.1 Paddington

son    Frederick William MUCHMORE

b 13Mar1922 Marylebone personal communication

living members omitted


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Generation 11

Family 1147

head  Sidney Alfred MUCHMORE

b 1900.3 Marylebone

b 16Jul1900

1901 @ 9 mo b Marylebone (Sidney)

1911 @ 10 b London ^ 4A Allsop Street, St Marylebone with parents

Nov1923 shop assistant @ 22: fatally struck James Patrick MURPHY in fight in Regent's Park, found guilty at the Central Criminal Court of manslaughter, sentenced to 4 days imprisonment; the judge said  that anyone who had heard the case would be sorry for Muchmore (Sydney Alfred) UK legal documents

m 1929.3 Marylebone, O'NEILL (Sydney A)

1930 ^ Belsize Road, Kilburn personal communication

1933 ^ 10 Canterbury Terrace, Kilburn personal communication

1939 @ 40 ^ Wembley (Sidney A)

?1944 landlord, Robinson Crusoe ^ 93 Broadley Street, Westminster UK street & trade directories

d 1983.3 Camden (Sidney)

sp      Josephine Mary O'NEILL

b 7Mar1902

b 190x Ireland

m 1929.3 Marylebone (Josephine)

1930 ^ Belsize Road, Kilburn personal communication

1933 ^ 10 Canterbury Terrace, Kilburn personal communication

1940 evacuated with children to Great Milton, Oxfordshire personal communication

d Oct1990 Hendon

son    Sydney Ronald Thomas MUCHMORE

b 1931.3 Willesden

dau    Maureen Margaret MUCHMORE

b 1937.2 Hampstead (Maureen M)

b 9May1937

m 1954.1 Hampstead, Geno CIANFRONE (Maureen M)

d Jun2006 Camden @ 69

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

The judge's remark in the 1923 case suggests that Sidney was provoked into a fight and acted in self defence.


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Generation 11

Family 0993

head  Alfred Ernest MUCHMORE

b 1902.1 Marylebone

b 26Nov1901

chr 29Jan1902 Christ Church, Marylebone

1911 @ 9 b London ^ 4A Allsop Street, St Marylebone with parents

m 1924.4 Marylebone

1933 ^ 10 Canterbury Terrace, Kilburn with brother Sidney personal communication

1939 @ 38 ^ Willesden (Alfred E)

1955 ^ 1 Eton Garages, Hampstead personal communication

d 1958.1 Hampstead @ 56

sp       Emily BAKER

b 8Feb1902

m 1924.4 Marylebone

1939 @ 37 ^ Willesden

d Mar1988 Leicestershire Central

dau    Gladys I MUCHMORE

b 1926.4 Willesden

m 1945.4 Hampstead, Rupert B ARDEN

1949 ^ 39 Charles Street, Ottawa ON personal communication

d 27Oct2002 Langley BC personal communication

living members omitted

 


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Generation 11

Family 1492

head  John Henry MUCHMORE

b 1906.4 Marylebone

b 21Sep1906 London

1911 @ 4 b London ^ 4A Allsop Street, St Marylebone with parents

1939 @ 33 ^ Wembley with mother (John H MICHMORE)

m 1945 Carnoustie, Angus, FALCONER

m 28Jul1945 Old Parish Church, Dundee: John MUCHMORE RN, youngest son of the late Charles MUCHMORE and Mrs MUCHMORE ^ Meadoway, Wembley; Jean FALCONER, PO WRENS, second daughter of Mr & Mrs Falconer ^ Hollybank, Carnoustie UK newspaper announcements

d 1980.4 Brent

sp      Jean Hunter FALCONER

b 1915.3 Kingston (Jean H)

m 1945 Carnoustie

m 28Jul1945 Old Parish Church, Dundee

bur 28Aug1989 Shanwell Cemetery, Angus (Jean Falconer)

son    Anthony Mackie MUCHMORE

b 1946.2 Watford

living members omitted


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Generation 11

Family 1459

head  William Henry MUCHMORE

b 1905.3 Rhayader

b 28Jul1905

1911 @ 6 b Rhayader, Radnorshire ^ 70a High Street, Aberdare with mother and grandparents

m 1937.3 Rotherham, STEEL

1939 @ 34 ^ Rawmarsh, Yorkshire (William H)

d 1973.3 Bournemouth

sp      Marion Bradley STEEL

b 1909.3 Rotherham

b 190x Greasebrough, Yorkshire West Riding personal communication

m 1937.3 Rotherham

1939 @ 30 ^ Rawmarsh (Marion B)

d 1968.4 Weymouth @ 59

living members omitted

 
Generation 12

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Generation 12

Family 2444

head  Norman William Wilfred MUCHMORE

b 1925.2 Cardiff (Norman W W)

m 1949.2 Harrow, NEAVE (Norman W W)

d 30Jul2007 52 Kennerleigh Road, Rumney, Cardiff UK wills & probates

sp      Josephine D CONNOLLY

b 1915.4 Fulham

m1 1935.4 Willesden, Reginald A S NEAVE

1939 @ 24 ^ Southall

m2 1949.2 Harrow, MUCHMORE [indexed as NEAVE and CONNOLLY]


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Generation 12

Family 1118

head  Frederick James MUCHMORE

b 1899.3 Pancras

b 4Jul1899 Kentish Town Royal Navy records

chr 30Jul1899 St Pancras

1911 @ 11 b Kentish Town ^ 45 Gospel Oak Grove, St Pancras with parents (Frederick)

11Jul1917 apprentice musical instrument maker: enlisted in Royal Navy as Stoker 2, No. K44045; promoted 5Sep1918 Stoker 1; discharged 22Feb1919 Royal Navy records

1919 stoker 1st class K44045: awarded British War and Victory medals (Frd J) Royal Navy records

m 1929.2 W Ham, BUCKINGHAM (Frederick J)

m 6Apr1929 St Michael & All Angels, Little Ilford, Essex: Frederick James MUCHMORE, licensee @ 29 ^ 32 Kensal Road, Westbourne Park, father Frederick James MUCHMORE, furniture dealer; Florence Emily BUCKINGHAM @ 20 ^ 13 The Warren, Manor Park , father George William BUCKINGHAM, turncock, Metro Water Board

1929-1953 publican, Prince Alfred public house, 49 Alscot Road, Bermondsey personal communication

1939 @ 40 ^ Bermondsey (Frederick J)

d 1957.3 Thurrock @ 58

d 22Sep1959 personal communication

suffered from multicelerosys for years personal communication

sp      Florence Emily BUCKINGHAM

b 27Dec1908 Shoreditch personal communication

m 1929.2 W Ham

m 6Apr1929 St Michael & All Angels, Little Ilford

1939 @ 31 ^ Bermondsey (Frederick E [sic])

d Apr1988 Thurrock

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1466

head  Charles Edgar MUCHMORE

b 1902.3 Pancras

b 7Jul1902

chr 27Aug1902 St Martin, Kentish Town

1911 @ 8 b Kentish Town ^ 45 Gospel Oak Grove, St Pancras with parents (Charles)

1939 @ 37 ^ Dorking with mother (William H)

m 1940.2 Hampstead, KIMPTON

d Jul1999 Islington

sp      Ena May FIELD

b 20Jun1906

m1 1930.2 Pancras, Archibald G KIMPTON (Ena M)

1939 @ 33 ^ St Pancras (Ena M)

m2 1940.2 Hampstead, MUCHMORE (Ena M) [indexed as FIELD and KIMPTON]

worked in the hotel trade; helped her father and his brother William run their public houses personal communication

d May1990 Haringey

 

 

 

The baptism record gives his birth date as 5Jul1902.


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Generation 12

Family 1457

head  William Herbert MUCHMORE

b 1904.2 Pancras

b 15Mar1904

chr 1May1904 St Martin, Kentish Town

1911 @ 7 b Kentish Town ^ 45 Gospel Oak Grove, St Pancras with parents (William)

m 1937.4 Staines, DRACKETT-CASE

1939 @ 35 ^ Dorking with mother (William H)

d Apr1999 North Devon

d 1Apr1999 personal communication

sp      Evelyn Mabel DRACKETT-CASE

b 4Apr1907 Newmarket, Suffolk personal communication

m 1937.4 Staines (Evelyn M)

1939 @ 35 ^ Dorking with mother-in-law (Evelyn M)

landlady of the Three Tuns, Dorking personal communication

d May1986 Mid Devon

d 28May1986 Tiverton personal communication

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1481

head  James Frederick MUCHMORE

b 1911.1 Pancras (James F)

b 25Dec1910

known as Sonny personal communication

1911 @ 3 mo ^ 215 Arlington Road, St Pancras with parents

1937 @ 26 departed Southampton for Lisbon, Portugal

29Dec1937 observer @ 26 ^ 45 Rhyl Street, London: departed Southampton aboard Alcantara for Lisbon, Portugal UK shipping & migration

m 13Apr1938 British Consulate, Oporto, Portugal

28Jul1939 received Civil Service Commission certification as postman or mail porter, Clerical Class, without competition, and assigned to London UK life events

1939-1945 sergeant, 54th Light Tank Regiment personal communication

30Sep1969 lately Postman Higher Grade, Bournemouth and Poole: awarded Imperial Service Medal UK life events

d 1976.4 Bournemouth

d 25Dec1976 Bournemouth personal communication

sp      Irene Grace WILLIAMS

b 3Mar1915

1938 @ 23 departed Southampton for Lisbon, Portugal (Irene) UK shipping & migration

m 13Apr1938 British Consulate, Oporto personal communication

d Jul1999 Poole

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

Sonny

Sonny


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Generation 12

Family 1409

head  Ronald MUCHMORE

b 1913.2 Pancras

b 11Mar1913 35 St Leonard's Square, Kentish Town personal communication

m 1932.2 Hendon

m 24Sep1932 Burnt Oak Register Office, Edgware personal communication

1939 @ 26 ^ Islington

1939-1945 mentioned in despatches personal communication

d 1983.4 Hendon

d 24Nov1983 Edgware General Hospital, Edgware personal communication

sp      Annie May JONES

b 28Jun1914 10 Belle Vue Road, Hendon personal communication

m 1932.2 Hendon (Annie)

m 24Sep1932 Burnt Oak Register Office, Edgware personal communication

1939 @ 25 ^ Luton (Annie E)

d Jun1991 Hendon

d 3Jun1991 Kingsley Court, Tayside Drive, Edgware personal communication

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click to enlarge

Annie in 1932


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Generation 12

Family 1498

head  Victor MUCHMORE

b 1920.2 Pancras

b 15Apr1920

m 1947.4 Harrow, SAUNDERS

d May1984 Hendon

d 20May1984

sp      Renee Joan SAUNDERS

b 14Feb1921

m 1947.4 Harrow

d 1978.3 Westminster

d 3Jul1978 personal communication

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1491

head  Albert Frederick MUCHMORE

b 1921.1 Plymouth (Albert F)

b 5Jan1921

chr 2Feb1921 Plymouth Charles

m 1945.2 Bilston, HENDRICK (Albert F)

d 1981.4 Wolverhampton

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1896

head  Ronald John MUCHMORE

b 1924.3 Plymouth

chr 10Sep1924 Plymouth Charles

m 1953.4 Plymouth, TAYLOR

d 30May2011 Plymouth @ 86

sp      Betty F M TAYLOR

b 192x

m 1953.4 Plymouth

d 19Oct2007 Derriford Hospital @ 78, "wife to Ronald" UK newspaper announcements

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 0811

head  Reginald Albert MUCHMORE

b 1900.2 Marylebone

b 19Apr1900

1901 @ 11 mo b Marylebone ^ St Marylebone with parents (Reginald A)

1911 scholar @ 10 b St Marylebone ^ 11 Little George Street, Portman Square, London with parents

15Sep1916 received Civil Service Commission certification as Temporary Assistant Postman, Post Office without competition UK life events

31May1918 Post Office telegraphist ^ 11 Carlton Street, Marylebone: enlisted in British Army Reserve, Signal Service British Army records

m 1922.2 Marylebone, FREMLIN

1939 @ 39 ^ Croydon (Reginald A)

20May1960 Supervisor, Higher Grade, London Telecommunications Region: awarded Imperial Service Medal on his retirement UK life events

d 1980.4 Croydon

sp      Clara Ivy FREMLIN

b 1904.1 Chelsea (Clara I)

b 30Dec1904

m 1922.2 Marylebone (Clara I)

1939 @ 39 ^ Croydon (Clara I)

d May1987 Croydon @ 82 (Claire Ivy)

son    Stanley Albert MUCHMORE

b 1922.4 Marylebone

son    Barry MUCHMORE

b 1932.3 Lambeth

d 1932.3 Lambeth

died at birth personal communication

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1484

head  Arthur J MUCHMORE

b 1913.3 Marylebone

m 1947.2 Hatfield

d 1956.3 Fulham @ 43

sp      Anna Alice LAMBERT

b 26Jan1918

m 1947.2 Hatfield (Anna A)

d Jul1993 Enfield

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1456

head  Albert MUCHMORE

b 1911.2 Lambeth

b 21Apr1911

m 1936.2 Lambeth

d 1977.3 Lambeth

sp       Norah Friel SULLIVAN

b 1914.1 Lambeth (Norah F)

m 1936.2 Lambeth

1939 ^ 40 Romney Buildings, London SW1

1953-1963  ^ 4 Briant House, Hercules Road, Lambeth

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the marriage index, Norah is recorded both as Norah A FRIEL and Norah F SULLIVAN


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Generation 12

Family 1463

head  Charles Henry MUCHMORE

b 1916.2 Marylebone (Charles H)

b 1Apr1916

m 1938.3 Surrey MidE (Charles H)

m 20Aug1938 St Mary, Sutton: Charles Henry MUCHMORE, drapery store porter @ 22 ^ 30 Iverson Road, Hampstead, father Charles Henry MUCHMORE, stores packer; Catherine HANNON otherwise COYLE @ 22 ^ 6 Lind Road, Sutton, father Patrick COYLE, builder's labourer; witness [bride's sister] Elizabeth COYLE

1950 ^ 27 Alexandra Road, Hampstead (Charles H)

1964 ^ 48 Morland Road, Sutton South (Charles H); also in household: mother-in-law Mary E COYLE

d 1981.3 Sutton

sp      Catherine HANNON

b 13Sep1915 Manorhamilton, County Leitrim, Ireland, "illegitimate birth” personal communication

m 1938.3 Surrey MidE

m 20Aug1938 St Mary, Sutton

1950 ^ 27 Alexandra Road, Hampstead (Kathleen) personal communication

1964 ^ 48 Morland Road, Sutton South (Kathleen) personal communication

2002-2004 ^ 20 Clarence Road, Sutton (Kathleen) personal communication

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Catherine's mother, Mary Ellen HANNON,  later married Charles COYLE.


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Generation 12

Family 2218

head  Maurice Reginald MUCHMORE

b 1927.3 Marylebone

b 23Aug1927

1950 ^ 5 Boundary Mews, NW8 with parents personal communication

1965 ^ 51 Broadfield, Broadhurst Gardens, Camden personal communication

m 1970.3 Hampstead (MUSHMORE)

m 17Sep1970 personal communication

2003 ^ 48C Hillfield Road, Kilburn personal communication7

2003-2013 ^ 106 Longrigg, Gateshead, Durham personal communication

d 9May2013 Gateshead personal communication

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1403

head  Leonard William MUCHMORE

b 1925.3 Wandsworth (Leonard W)

b 14Jul1925

m 1951.3 Battersea, STAVELY (Leonard W)

d May2005 Wandsworth

sp      Lillian Violet STAVELY

b 1926.1 Wandsworth

m 1951.3 Battersea

d 12Fen2012 West House Nursing Home, Southend on Sea UK newspaper announcements

son    Terence Allen MUCHMORE

b 1954.3 Wandsworth

b 5Aug1954

d 1980.2 Wandsworth (Terrence Allen)

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1404

head  John Cyril MUCHMORE

b 1928.1 Wandsworth (John C)

b 8Dec1927

m 1952.3 Battersea, PEACOCK (John C)

d Jan2006 Crawley

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1477

head  Harold MUCHMORE

b 1917.3 Liskeard

b 8Jul1917, Liskeard

m 1943.4 St Austell

d 23Dec2007 Hillcrest House Nursing Home, Looe @ 90 ^ Liskeard UK newspaper announcements

bur 2007 Glynn Valley Crematorium, Bodmin UK newspaper announcements

sp       Elizabeth Muriel HAMBLY

b 25Dec1921

known as Muriel

m 1943.4 St Austell (Elizabeth M)

d 1982.3 Plymouth

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1401

head  Herbert Stephen MUCHMORE

b 1915.1 Wandsworth (Herbert S)

b 4Jan1915

m 1938.3 Wandsworth (Herbert S)

m 193x St Mary, Summerstown

1939 @ 24 ^ Wandsworth (Herbert G)

d May1984 Wandsworth

sp      Irene Gladys VOICE

b 1918.3 Wandsworth (Irene G)

b 3Jul1918

m 1938.3 Wandsworth (Irene G)

m 193x St Mary, Summerstown

d Mar1998 Sutton

son    Ronald Stephen Arthur MUCHMORE

b 1939.3 Battersea

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1458

head  Frederick William MUCHMORE

b 1917.2 Wandsworth (Frederick W)

b 3Apr1917

m 1939.3 Battersea (Frederick W)

d Dec2000 Crawley

sp      Florence Charlotte HUNT

b 17Apr1914

m 1939.3 Battersea (Florence C)

1939 @ 25 ^ Battersea (Florence C)

d Nov1998 Surrey SE

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1483

head  Peter MUCHMORE

b 1920.3 Wandsworth

b 23Jun1920

m1 1946.3 Battersea, BICKNELL

m2 1972.1 Hillingdon, STONE

d Apr1991 Norwich

sp1      Adelaide Maud BICKNELL

b 18Nov1918

1939 @ 23 ^ Southwark (Adelaide M)

m1 1940.4 Holborn, FORDHAM

m2 1946.3 Battersea, MUCHMORE

d 1971.4 Lewisham @ 46

sp2     Brenda May STONE

b 13May1920

m 1972.1 Hillingdon (Brenda M)

d May2005 Uckfield


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Generation 12

Family 1490

head  Paul Albert Gordon MUCHMORE

b 1926.3 Wandsworth (Paul A G)

b 13Aug1926

family lore speaks of some German Jew ancestry personal communication

m 1948.1 Battersea (Paul A G)

d May1999 Ashford with Shepway (Paul Albert G)

sp      Catherine May HOLLAND

b 25Sep1926

m 1948.1 Battersea (Catherine M)

d Jan2004 Kent

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1489

head  Sidney Frederick E MUCHMORE

b 1924.4 Pancras (Sidney F E)

b 16Nov1924

m 1945.2 Liverpool South (Sidney F E)

d Feb1998 Knowsley

sp      Lilian Mary GARD

b 1927.1 West Derby (Lilian M)

b 25Nov1926

m 1945.2 Liverpool South (Lilian M)

d Aug2005 Liverpool

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1482

head  Charles Frederick MUCHMORE

b 1921.3 Greenwich (Charles F)

b 1Jun1921

m 1946.3 Barnet, MARTIN (Charles F)

d Nov1999 Hatfield

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1487

head  Frederick William MUCHMORE

b 1922.1 Marylebone (Frederick W)

b 13Mar1922

m 1947.4 Marylebone, DOBSON (Frederick W)

d Nov1996 Barnet

sp      Ellen Patricia DOBSON

b 22Apr1921

m 1947.4 Marylebone (Ellen F)

d May1988 Barnet

son    Dennis William MUCHMORE

b 1948.2 Paddington

b 16Apr1948

d 1978.1 Barnet

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 2141

head  Anthony Mackie MUCHMORE

b 1946.2 Watford (Anthony M)

b 7Jun1946 Redhill Hospital, Edgeware (? MUCHAMORE) UK newspaper announcements

m 1969.2 Harrow, ELLIOTT (Anthony M)

d 1981.4 Swindon

living members omitted


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Generation 12

Family 1899

head  Sydney Ronald Thomas MUCHMORE

b 1931.3 Willesden (Sydney R T)

b 20Jul1931 Belsize Road, Kilburn personal communication

known as Ron to distinguish him from his father personal communication

1940 evacuated with mother & sisters to Great Milton, Oxfordshire personal communication

1944-1949 student at Finchley Grammar School, excelled at athletics personal communication

25Oct1951 lance corporal 22197671: discharged from National Service personal communication

worked at Unilever, then BICC personal communication

m 1955.3 Hampstead, EDWARDS (Sidney R T) personal communication

m Jul1955 Sacred Heart Church, Quex Road, Kilburn personal communication

1967 moved to 13 Birchington Road, St Helens, Merseyside personal communication

d 8Jan2011 ^ St George's Avenue, St Helens personal communication

bur 2011 St Helens Crematorium, St Helens personal communication

sp       Gloria EDWARDS

b 19Jul1935 personal communication

met husband at Quex Road Parish Club personal communication8

m 1955.3 Hampstead

m Jul1955 Sacred Heart Church, Quex Road, Kilburn personal communication

d 13Aug2010 St George's Avenue, St Helens, Merseyside personal communication

bur 2010 St Helens Crematorium, St Helens personal communication

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A copy of the eulogy to Ron, which refers to him as Sidney Ronald Thomas Patrick, is available here.

 

 

 

 

A copy of the eulogy to Gloria is available here.

 
Generation 13

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Generation 13

Family 1499

head  Stanley Albert MUCHMORE

b 1922.4 Marylebone (Stanley A)

b 27Sep1922

m1 1945.3 Greenwich, FELTHAM (Stanley A)

m2 1963.1 Surrey MidE, WILSON (Stanley A)

d May2006 Truro

d 3May2006 Treliske Hospital, Truro @ 83 ^ Carlyon Bay (Stanley) UK newspaper announcements

sp1    Dorothy Leonora FELTHAM

b 11Aug1925

m1 1945.3 Greenwich, MUCHMORE (Dorothy L)

?m2 1963.3 Harrow, Harold BOWLER (Dorothy L)

d Apr1997 Teignbridge

living members omitted


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Generation 13

Family 1919

head  Ronald Stephen Arthur MUCHMORE

b 1939.3 Battersea

b 12Jul1939

m 1961.3 Surrey N

m 196x New Maldon personal communication

d Feb2005 Droxford

living members omitted

 

 

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