Bourne was baptised on 6 January 1806 in Hellingly. He may have
died between 1861 and 1871.
The 1832 List of Registered Electors noted that a John Cane
Bourne was living in East Hoathly, Sussex.
John married three times. Firstly to Philadelphia Goldsmith by banns on 2 August 1827 in
Hellingly. They were both then of Hellingly. A witness to the
marriage was John Walters.
John and Philadelphia had 1 known daughter:
Bourne was baptised on 5 October 1828 in Heathfield, Sussex.
married Ann Cornwall by banns on 28 May 1833 in Brighton, Sussex.
He was then described as a widower and she a widow, and they were both of
John's third marriage was to Isabella
Neale on 5 October 1835 in Southwark, London.
Isabella was born about 1801 in Newcastle upon Tyne. She may have
died aged 78 years and her death registered in the third quarter of 1878
in the Brighton registration district as Isabella Bourne.
At the time of the 1851 census the couple were living at 11 Devonshire
Terrace in Brighton. John was then a 46 year old farrier and
Isabella a 50 year old domestic and it was also noted she was dumb.
Also with them on census night was their son William and 19 year old
unmarried servant Emma Ware.
In 1861 John was said to have been an unmarried 55 year old general
dealer. He was a lodger for 1 night at the New Inn in New Town,
Langton Road, Speldhurst, Kent. Isabella was then a married 56
year old professed nurse and the head of her household. Her son
William was also with her on census night.
The 1871 census records that Isabella Brown was a 71 year
old widow and nurse. Her place of birth was given as Newcastle,
Northumberland and she was living with the family of her son William at
29 Upper Park Place in Brighton.
John and Isabella had 1 known son:
Bourne was baptised on 15 August 1845 at St. Peter's in Brighton.
He died aged 47 years and his death was registered in the third quarter
of 1892 in the Brighton registration district. When the 1851
census was recorded he was 5 years old and living with his parents.
In 1861 he was a 15 year old chemist shop boy and living with his
Emma Jane Flux on 20 January 1869 in Brighton.
Emma was born
in the third quarter of 1846 in Ventnor, Isle of Wight. She was
the daughter of Thomas Flux and Charlotte
At the time of the 1871 census William J. Brown
and his wife Emma J. Brown were living
at 29 Upper Park Place in Brighton. He was then a 26 year old
painter and she was 25. Also with them was their young son
Rowland, William's mother and 5 year old boarder Caroline Balsey.
When the 1881 census was recorded
the family were living at 8 Toronto Terrace in Brighton and William was
a house decorator and painter.
In 1891 the couple and 5 children were living at 26 Southampton Street,
Brighton. William John was a 48 year old house painter and glazier
and it was noted he was slightly deaf. Emma Jane was 46.
The 1901 census recorded that Emma was a 56 year old widow and living at
3 Chapel Street, Brighton, along with 4 of her children and boarder
William Shaw who was a single 22 year old grocer's
William and Emma had 6 known
Bourne was born in the second quarter of 1870 in Brighton.
In 1871 he was a year old. He was a 10 year old
scholar when the 1881 census was recorded. In 1891 he was an
unmarried 20 year old portman and living at home.
Rowland married Florence Kate Head in the fourth
quarter of 1896 in the Brighton registration district.
Helena Bourne was baptised on 6 October 1872 in Brighton.
She was an 8 year old scholar in 1881. In 1881 she was an 18
year old dressmaker and living at home.
Bourne was baptised on 25 April 1875 in Brighton. She was a
6 year old scholar in 1881. In 1901 she was an unmarried 26 year
old and living at home with her mother and younger siblings.
Bourne was born in the second quarter of 1877 in Brighton. He was a 3 year old
scholar in 1881. In 1891 he was a 13 year old scholar. At
the time of the 1901 census he was an unmarried 23 year old
commercial clerk and living at home. He married in the third quarter of 1901 in
Bourne was born about 1880 in Brighton. He was a year old
when the 1881 census was recorded. In 1891 he was an 11 year old
scholar. In 1901 he was an unmarried 21 year old commercial
clerk and living at home. He married in the third
quarter of 1907 in Brighton.
Ernest William Bourne was born in the third quarter of 1885
in Brighton. He was a 5 year old scholar in 1891. In
1901 he was a 15 year old upholsterer's assistant.
Bourne was baptised on 2 May 1810 in Hellingly. He was a farmer.
He was appointed an executor of his father's 1830 will and was also his
father's sole heir. In his father's will he was named as Thomas
Cave Bourne, but as Thomas Henry Bourne when the will was
Sarah Isabella Parris by banns on 23 May 1831 in Hellingly. They
were both then of Hellingly. The witnesses to the marriage were
Richard Parris and Susannah Jane Parris.
Isabel was baptised on 12 June 1808 in Chalvington, Sussex, and was the
daughter of Robert Parris and Barbara Barkiss.
The family were living in
Hailsham in 1851 and Thomas was then an agricultural labourer.
Henry and Sarah Isabel had 9
Bourne was baptised on 1 February 1832 in Chalvington, at which time
his father was a miller. In 1851 he was a 19 year old servant and
agricultural labourer living in the home of George Weller and
family in Hailsham.
Henry Bourne was baptised on 22 September 1833 in Hellingly and
buried there on 27 February 1834, aged 9 months.
Bourne was born about 1836 in Chalvington. He was a 15 year
old agricultural labourer in 1851 and the eldest of his siblings living
Bourne was baptised on 28 January 1837 in Chalvington, at which time
her father was a miller. When the 1851 census was recorded she was
a 14 year old house servant in the home of George Weller and his
wife and children in Hailsham.
Ann B. Bourne
was born about 1839 in Chalvington. She was 12 years old in 1851.
Bourne was born about 1841 in Chalvington. He was 10 years old
Bourne was born about 1843 in Hellingly. In 1851 he was 8
was born about 1845 in Wartling. She was 6 years old in 1851.
Bourne was born about 1850 in Hailsham. In 1851 she was a year