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Charles William LELLIOTT (1851-1914)

and Ann Catherine Grace PENFOLD (1857-1948)

 

William Lelliott and Catherine Grace Cozens, widow, married on 25 June 1881 at Christ Church in Worthing, Sussex.  The witnesses to their marriage were James Lelliott and Agnes Lelliott (his brother and sister-in-law).  As Catherine Grace Penfold she had previously married James Henry Cozens on 26 December 1877 in Broadwater, Sussex.

Charles William Lelliatt was born in the Thakeham Union Workhouse in 1851 and baptised at the age of 4 years on 23 December 1855 in Warminghurst, Sussex.  He was the illegitimate son of James Nash and Frances Elizabeth Lelliott (1829-1909).  His mother married Henry Bishop in 1853.  William Charles Lelliott died aged 61 years (as per his death certificate) on 29 November 1914 following an operation at Worthing Hospital.  His death certificate records that he was a hire carter and his cause of death was intestinal obstruction and pneumonia (7 days).  The informant was his wife Kate Lelliott who was of 17 Ashdown Road, Worthing.  The 1861 census records that he was 9 year old William Bishop and he was living with his mother and step father on Heath Common in Warminghurst, Sussex.  In 1871 he was a 19 year old agricultural labourer living with his mother and step father at Irelands in Thakeham.  His name was then recorded at William Bishopp.  When the 1881 census was recorded, William Bishopp was an unmarried 28 year old bricklayer's labourer living with mother and step father at 5 London Road in Broadwater.

Ann Catherine Grace Penfold was baptised on 5 July 1857 in Storrington, Sussex.  She was the daughter of Charles Penfold (1830-?) and Mary Ann Milner (1835-?).  At the time of her baptism, her father was a labourer.  Ann died aged 91 years on 24 May 1948 at 10 Tillstone Street, Brighton.  Her death certificate noted that she was the widow of William Lelliott a carman, and her cause of death was cerebral arteriosclerosis and senility.  Her death was registered by her daughter C. E. Welsh.  When the 1861 census was recorded she was 4 years old and living with her parents in Back Lane, Storrington.  Her name was then recorded as Ann Penfold.  She was not at home on census night in 1871, nor have I found her elsewhere in the census.  When the 1881 census was recorded she was a 23 year old widow lodging in the home of Henry Bishopp, the step father of her soon to be husband.  With Ann were her 2 daughters and 19 year old brother Mark Penfold.

At the time of the 1891 census, William was a 37 year old labourer and Kate was 32.  They were living at 2 Anglesea Street, Broadwater along with her 2 daughters and their 3 sons.  In 1910 the family were living at 17 Ashdown Road, Worthing and William was a 47 year old carman's driver.  Ann Catherine Grace was 44 years old.  Ann's 2 daughters from her first marriage were still living at home along with 6 of their children and 34 year old married boarder George Buck who was a hire carman's driver.

 

William Lelliott and Ann Catherine Grace Penfold had 7 known children:

  1. William Lelliott was born in the fourth quarter of 1882 in Worthing.  He died aged 58 years on 4 June 1941 in Swandean Hospital, Worthing.  His death certificate records that he was a corporation labourer and his cause of death was pulmonary tuberculosis.  His widow E. E. Lelliott registered his death, at which time she was of 28 Angola Road, Worthing.  He was an 8 year old scholar when the 1891 census was recorded.  In 1901 he was an 18 year old carman's driver.

    William married Emma Elizabeth Miller.

    Emma was born about 1896.

    William and Emma had the following children:

    1. William George Lelliott (1923-1996).

      William married Edith Silverson (1926-1996) by banns on 22 June 1946 in Southwick.  They were married by the rector, John B. Mayall.  William was a 23 year old bachelor in the RAF and of 28 Angola Road, Worthing.  Edith was a 20 year old spinster of 6 Ridgeway Close, Southwick.  Their fathers were named as William Lelliott (deceased) and Albert Phillip Silverson a labourer.  The witnesses to their marriage were B. Silverson and I. D. Smith.

    2. Alfred Charles Lelliott

    3. Cecilia Joan Mary Lelliott

    4. John Stephen Ernest Lelliott

  2. Arthur Lelliott was born in the first quarter of 1885 in Worthing.  He was a 6 year old scholar in 1891.  In 1901 he was a 16 year old wine merchant's porter.

    Arthur married Eva Amelia Hunt.

    Arthur and Eva had the following children:

    1. Florence Eva Lelliott

    2. Cyril Arthur E. Lelliott

    3. Eric William Lelliott

    4. Marjoire D. Lelliott

  3. Albert Lelliott was born about 1889 in Worthing.  The 1891 census records that he was 1 year old Bertie Lelliott.  In 1901 he was 12 year old Bert Lelliott.

    Albert married Laura Levinia Dawson.

    Albert and Laura had the following children:

    1. Doris Lilian May Lelliott

    2. Albert George Lelliott (1914-1983).  He married Marjorie Lucas (1915-2001).

  4. Alfred Lelliott was born in the first quarter of 1892 in Worthing.  He was killed aged 26 years on 5 April 1918 on the Somme, France.  He was then a bombardier (15643) in C Bty. 78th Bde, Royal Field Artillery.  At the time of his death his mother, A. C. G. Lelliott, was of 17 Ashdown Road, Worthing.  He was buried in the Warloy-Baillon Communal cemetery extension.  The 1901 census records that he was 9 years old.

  5. Florence May Lelliott was born in the fourth quarter of 1986 in Worthing.  She was 4 years old in 1901.

  6. Ernest Lelliott was born in the fourth quarter of 1897 in Worthing.  He was 3 years old in 1901.

  7. George Charles Lelliott was born in the third quarter of 1901 in Worthing.

 

James Henry Cozens and Ann Catherine Grace Penfold had 2 known children:

  1. Catherine Cozens was baptised on 26 October 1878 in Broadwater.  The 1881 census records that she was 2 year old Ellen Cozens.  She was 12 years old in 1891.  Her name was recorded as Catherine Ellen Cozens in the 1901 census and she was then an unmarried 22 year old assisting at home.

  2. Edith Cozens was baptised on 7 November 1880 in Broadwater.   She was 6 months old when the 1881 census was recorded.  In 1891 she was 10 years old.  The 1901 census records that she was 20 years old and assisting at home.

 

 

1861 census - Heath Common, Warminghurst, Sussex (RG9/613, folio 4, page 3)

Henry Bishop, Head, Mar, 38, Farm Labourer, born Sussex, Thakeham

Frances Bishop, Wife, Mar, 33, born Sussex, Washington

James Bishop, Son, 13, born Sussex, Washington

William Bishop, Son, 9, born Sussex, Thakeham

Ellen Bishop, Dau, 6, born Sussex, Warminghurst

Frances Bishop, Dau, 5, born Sussex, Warminghurst

Mary Ann Bishop, Dau, 2, born Sussex, Warminghust

Henry Bishop, Son, 9m, born Sussex, Warminghurst

 

 

LELLIOTT          PENFOLD

This page was reviewed on 11 April 2012