Ancestors of Mandy Willard
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and Eliza HICKMOTT (1844-?)
and Emma MOORE (1851-1925)
Kitchenham married twice. Firstly to Eliza Hickmott on 27
August 1864 in Brenchley, Kent, and then to Emma Moore on 25 July
1874 in Brenchley. (They were not my direct ancestors.
Henry was the great nephew of my 4x great grandmother,
Henry Kitchenham was born about 1844 in Wadhurst, Sussex. His birth may
have been registered in the first quarter of 1845 in the Uckfield
registration district. He was the son of
Sabina Richardson (c1815-1876). He was baptised on 25 November
1849 at the parish church of St. Peter and St. Paul in Wadhurst, at which
time his father was a labourer of Wadhurst. Henry died aged 81 years
and his death was registered in the first quarter of 1926 in the Tonbridge
registration district. He was living with his parents at the time of
the 1851 census and he was then a 7 year old labourer's son. The 1861
census records that he was a 15 year old agricultural labourer and that he
was then living with his parents at Back Lane in Horsmondon, Kent.
The photograph to the right is of Henry, taken in about 1910. Very
many thanks to his great great grandson, Paul Kitchenham, for
providing the photograph.
Eliza Hickmott was baptised on 11 February 1844 in Lamberhurst, Kent.
She was the daughter of Thomas Hickmott (c1793-1883) and Thirza
Smith (1809-1883). Eliza may have died in childbirth.
When the 1871 census was recorded Henry, Eliza and their 3 young children
were living at Tong in Brenchley and Henry was an agricultural labourer.
Also with them on census night were 2 lodgers, 63 year old, William Smith
who was a widower and 21 year old Charles Hickmott and 21 year old
boarder Edwin Smith.
Emma Moore was baptised on 21 March 1852 in Brenchley. She was
the daughter of Thomas Moor (c1819-?) and Hannah Herbert
(c1820-?). Emma died aged 74 years and her death was
registered in the fourth quarter of 1925 in the Tonbridge registration
district. When the 1861 census was recorded she was a 9 year old
scholar living with her parents and siblings at Hooks Hill in Brenchley.
Her father was then an agricultural labourer. At the time of the 1871
census she was a 19 year old general domestic servant living in the home of
Thomas Guest at Chill Mill in Brenchley.
Before her marriage to Henry, Emma had an illegitimate daughter:
Mabel Gertrude Pellatt Moore was born on 1 October 1873 in
Brenchley. Her father's name was not recorded on her birth
certificate and her mother registered her birth on 21 October 1873 giving
her address as Hook's Hill. She died aged 87 years on 24 May 1961. Her name was recorded as Mabel
Kitchenham aged 7 in the 1881 census. Mabel died in 1961.
She married her step brother Herbert Walter Rowland Kitchenham in
When the 1881 census was recorded the family were living in Spout Lane in
Brenchley (next door to the family of Henry's sister Naomi) and Henry was an
agricultural labourer. Their surname was recorded as Kitchenman in the
Henry Kitchenham and Eliza Hickmott had 4 known children:
Mildred Kate Kitchenham was baptised on 18 November 1866 in
Brenchley. The 1871 census records that she was 4 years old.
When the 1881 census was recorded she was a 14 year old servant in the
home of widow Anne Roberts at 11 Goods Station Road in Tonbridge.
Her mother's brother, Jacob Hickmott had married Sarah Roberts
on 3 January 1869 in Brenchley, but as yet, I don't know if Anne and Sarah
were related. Mildred married in the fourth quarter of 1885 in the
Adelaide Kitchenham was baptised on 31 January 1869 in Brenchley.
At the time of the 1871 census she was 2 years old. She was living
with her father and step mother when the 1881 census was recorded.
Adelaide married James Bullen Quinnell in the third quarter of
1895. He was born about 1873 in Tunbridge Wells and was a wood and
stone turner. By the time of the 1901 census the family were living
in Tunbridge Wells with the following children:
Harry Wilfred Quinnell was born in the fourth quarter of 1896 in
Elsie Quinnell was born about 1900 in Tunbridge Wells.
Henry William Kitchenham was baptised on 18 June 1871 in Brenchley.
He was 1 week old when the 1871 census was recorded. He probably
died aged 8 years in the third quarter of 1879.
Herbert Walter Rowland Kitchenham was born on 14 December 1873 and
baptised on 25 January 1874 in Brenchley. He died on 14 May 1945 in
Brenchley. When the 1881 census was recorded he was living with his
maternal grandparents at Tong Cottage in Brenchley.
Herbert married his step sister Mabel Gertrude Moore on 24
March 1892 at the Tunbridge Register Office. In 1901 the family were
living in Brenchley and Herbert was a farm labourer.
Herbert and Mabel had the following children:
Herbert Harry Kitchenham was born in the second quarter of 1892
in Brenchley. He died on 17 April 1963. Herbert was a stationmaster
at New Cross.
Daisy Ellen Kitchenham was born in the fourth quarter of 1893 in
Brenchley. She married Fred Clarke.
Dorothy Sabrina Kitchenham was born in the fourth quarter of 1895
in Brenchley. She was known as Dolly and married Stanley
Emily Kitchenham was born about 1898 in Brenchley. She
married Louis Jacobs.
Julia Kitchenham was born in the first quarter of 1899 in
Frederick Vernon Kitchenham was born on 12 February 1901 in
Brenchley. He was 1 month old when the 1901 census was recorded.
He died on 15 June 1955 at Dartford, Kent. He was a railwayman.
Frederick married Winifred Jane Bellingham on 11 March
1921 in Tonbridge, Kent.
Winifred Jane was born on 10 August 1900 in Tonbridge, Kent and was the
daughter of Frank Bellingham and Naomi Roe.
She died in 1986 in Newquay, Cornwall.
Frederick and Winifred had 2 children:
Muriel Betty Kitchenham
Gerald Vernon Kitchenham was born on 27 May 1925 in
Brenchley, Kent and died in 1991.
Gerald married Joy Streek in 1945.
Gerald and Joy had 2 sons:
David Charles Kitchenham was born on 20 May
1952 and died suddenly on 29 November 2008.
Mae Kitchenham married Reuben Leach.
Clare Kitchenham married Cyril Branch.
Mabel Brenda Kitchenham's birth was registered in the first
quarter of 1906 in the Tonbridge registration district. She
married Fred Harris.
Elizabeth Kitchenham married Jim Kew.
Walter Rowland Kitchenham died aged 40 years on 15 January 1953.
Henry Kitchenham and Emma Moore had the following known children:
Albert Edward Kitchenham was born in the fourth quarter of 1875 in
Lamberhurst. He married Edith in 1899 and by 1901 they had 2
Kate Emily Kitchenham was a year old when the 1901 census was
Dorothy Kitchenham was 8 months old at the time of the 1901
Thomas Arthur Kitchenham was born in the third quarter of 1877 in
Lamberhurst. He was known as Taffy. He died aged 85
years on 8 May 1963. Thomas married Alice Osborne in the
fourth quarter of
1900 in the Cranbrook registration district. She was born about 1876 and died aged 82 years on 19 January
Frederick Charles Kitchenham was born in the second quarter of 1879
in Brenchley. He died aged 63 years on 11 September 1942. He may have married in 1903.
His wife, Harriet Hetty, died aged 83 years on 23 March 1965.
Constance Emily Kitchenham was born in the first quarter of 1881 in
Brenchley. She was 2 months old when the 1881 census was recorded.
She may have married in 1902.
Emma Eliza Kitchenham was born in the second quarter of 1882.
In 1901 Constance and Emma were living and working in the home of
Montagu Saunders, solicitor, and his wife, Annette, at 67
Springfield Road, Marylebone, London, as cook and housemaid respectively.
Emma probably married in 1907.
Ellen May Kitchenham may have been a daughter of Henry and Emma.
She was born and died in the third quarter of 1883.
Bessie Rosanna Kitchenham was born in the fourth quarter of 1884.
In 1901, she was living as a housemaid at 63 Springfield Road, Marylebone
(a few doors away from her sisters Constance and Emma), the home of
Septimus A Marks, manufacturer's agent for hats and combs, born Sydney
Australia, his wife Lucy and two children. Bessie probably
married in 1908.
Harry Kitchenham was born in the second quarter of 1886. He
died aged 79 years on 13 January 1966. Harry married Emma E. Fox in 1912.
She died aged 81 years on 27 March 1960.
Alfred Kitchenham was born in the second quarter of 1887.
Leonard Leslie Kitchenham was born in the third quarter of 1888.
He died in 1967.
Ada Leonora Kitchenham was born in the fourth quarter of 1889.
She probably married in 1910.
Daisy Amelia Kitchenham was born in the first quarter of 1891 and
died aged 1 year.
Frances Ivy Kitchenham was born in the first quarter of 1893.
She probably married in 1920.
Amy Irene Kitchenham was born in the second quarter of 1894 and
died later that year.
In all, Henry may have fathered 22 children, many of whom survived to
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