Ancestors of Mandy Willard
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and Jane PARSONS (c1846-?)
William Guile and Jane Parsons on 1 December 1867 in Broadwater,
were not my direct ancestors.)
William Guile was born on 11 December 1846 and baptised on 7
February 1847 in Broadwater, at which time his father was a labourer of
Broadwater. He was the son of
(1803-?) and Harriet
Austen (c1806-?). The baptism
register recored his mother's name as Amy,
but that was most probably an error. He was a 4 year old scholar
in 1851. In 1861 he was a 14 year old gardener and he was living
at home with his elder siblings.
Jane Parsons was born about 1846 in Worthing, Sussex. She may have been born on 26
July 1846 and have been baptised on 20 September 1846 in Broadwater as
the daughter of Louisa Parsons. Jane's marriage
entry in the IGI records that her father's name was George
Parsons. When the 1851 census was recorded she was 4
years old and living at 22 West Street in Broadwater, which was the home
of her 66 year old grandmother, Elizabeth Parsons who
was then said to be a fisherman's wife. In 1861 she was a 16 year
old house servant in the home of Olliver Penfold, a
lodging house keeper in Broadwater.
When the 1871 census was recorded, the couple and 2 sons were living in Broadwater Street and William was a 24 year old labourer. Jane was
then 25 years old. In 1881 the couple and 6 children were still
living in Broadwater Street and William was a 34 year old carman.
By 1891 the family had moved to 4 The Square in Broadwater.
William was then a 44 year old labourer and Jane was 46. Five of
their children were at home on census night in 1891.
William Guile and Jane
had 9 known children:
Samuel Guile was baptised on 5 July 1868 in
Boradwater. He was 2 years old in 1871 and in 1881 he was a 13
year old scholar.
William Guile was born in the second quarter of
1870 in Broadwater, and baptised there on 5 June 1870. At the
time of the 1871 census he was a year old. In 1881 he was an
11 year old scholar.
Amy Jane Guile was born in the third quarter of
1872 in Broadwater and baptised there on 6 October 1872. She
was an 8 year old scholar in 1881.
Florence Ann Guile was born about 1875 in
Broadwater - her birth was register in the first quarter of 1875.
She was baptised as Florence Anne Guile on 6 June
1875 in Broadwater. She was a 6 year old
scholar in 1881.
Harry Guile was born in the fourth quarter of 1877
in Broadwater, and baptised there on 7 October 1877. In 1881
he was a 3 year old scholar. In 1891, he was the eldest of his
siblings at home and he was a 13 year old labourer.
Harriet Ade Guile was born in the third quarter of
1879 in Broadwater, and baptised there on 7 September 1879.
She was a year old when the 1881 census was recorded. The 1891
census records that she was an 11 year old invalide at home.
Lily Emily Guile was born in the
fourth quarter of 1881 in Broadwater, and baptised there on 6
November 1881. In 1891 she was a 9 year old scholar.
Louisa Guile was born in the fourth quarter of 1883
in Broadwater and baptised there on 6 January 1884. She was a
7 year old scholar in 1891.
George James Guile was born in the second quarter
of 1887. In 1891 he was a 4 year old scholar.
Harriet Charman Grevatt in the second quarter of
Harriet was born in the first quarter of 1891 in Worthing and was
the daughter of Henry John Grevatt and
Alice Charman. When the 1891 census
was recorded she was 3 months old and living with her parents in a
cottage in Ham Lane, Broadwater. Her father was then a
George and Harriet had 1 son:
Many thanks to Derek Guile for additions to this page.
This page was reviewed on 10 April 2012