The 1871 census records that 21 year old Lydia and her 2 sons were living at
Lower Bridge Street, Married Soldiers Quarter in Chester. Her husband
was then on guard. Her place of birth was then given as Scotland.
When the 1881 census was recorded the family were living in Chichester
Barracks in Chichester, Sussex. George was then a Colour Sergeant with
the Royal Sussex Militia. By 1891 the family had moved to 1 Olden
Terrace in Oving Road, Oving, Sussex and George was a 48 year old retired
soldier. Lydia was then a 39 year old laundress. Lydia was a 49
year old widow when the 1901 census was recorded and she was living on her
own means at 83 Grove Road in Rumboldswhyke, Chichester. Her 2
youngest sons were also living with her at that time.
George Arthur W. Lelliott was born about 1868/9 in Dublin, Ireland.
In 1871 he was 2 years old.
He was a 12 year old scholar in 1881.
George married Laura Louise
McDonald in 1897.
Laura was born in 1868 and died in 1915.
They had the following known children:
Eileen Lelliott (1897-1987)
Donald Lelliott was born in 1900. He married Annie
Gothorpe in 1938.
George James C Lelliott (1902-1986)
Lydia Lelliott (1905-1986)
William Francis Lelliott was born in the fourth quarter of 1870 in Chester,
Cheshire. At the the time of the 1871 census he was 5 months old. He was a 10 year old scholar in 1881.
Oswald Ernest Lelliott was born about 1873 in Woolwich, Kent.
In 1881 he was an 8 year old scholar. He died in 1903.
Oswald married Henrietta Jane Hooker.
Henrietta was born in 1878 and died in 1902.
Oswald and Henrietta had the following children:
Oswald George Lelliott (1898-1978)
Henrietta Cecelia Lelliott (1898-1944)
Walter Sydney was born about 1875 in Ireland. He was a 6 year
old scholar in 1881.
Walter married Elizabeth Annie Eva Dean in
Elizabeth was born in 1871 and died in 1942.
Walter and Elizabeth had the following known children:
Frederick Arthur Lelliott was born in 1896 in Radnor, Wales.
He died in 1974.
Walter George Lelliott was born in the third quarter of 1897 in
Liverpool, Lancashire. He died aged 18 years on 31 May 1916.
He was then an Able Seaman on board HMS Queen Mary, service number
J/20278. His parents were then living at 32 Salisbury Road in
Eunice Nora M. Lelliott was born in the third quarter of
1900 in Langsett, Yorkshire.
Charles Henry D. Lelliott (1908-1998)
Mary Adelaide Lelliott (1910-?)
Amy Louisa Lelliott was born about 1877 in Ireland.
When the 1881 census was recorded she was 4 years old. In 1891 she
was a 14 year old laundress and the eldest of her siblings living at home.
Her death was registered in the first quarter of 1957.
Lancaster Lelliott was born in
1879 in Chichester. In 1881 he was 2 years old. He was a 12
year old scholar in 1891. When the 1901 census was recorded he was
an unmarried 22 year old Corporal in the Lancaster Regiment and he was
then visiting the home of 63 year old
Henry Lelliott and his 62 year old wife, Louisa Lelliott at
4 New Street in Worthing.
Lancaster married Katherine Jones on 27 July 1907 in Portsea.
He was then a 28 year old seaman of HMS Fisgard. Katheine was 29
years old and living at 74 Sultan Road, Landport, Portsmouth Their
fathers were named as George Benjamin Lelliott a pensioner and
William Jones a pickle manufacturer. The witnesses to their
marriage were Annie Morris and Harry Leonard Gray.
Lancaster and Katherine had the following children:
Benjamin Lelliott (1909-1992)
Leonard Lancaster Lelliott (1910-1971)
Herbert Lelliott was born about 1881 in Chichester. He was a
10 year old scholar in 1891. Herbert died in 1906 in Calcutta,
Amelia Lelliott was born and died in the second quarter
Cecilia Lelliott was born about 1885 in Chichester. In 1881
she was a 6 year old scholar. She died in 1916.
Cecilia married Salisbury Hamilton Simpson in the second
quarter of 1907 in the Plymouth, Devon registration district.
Frederick Charles Lelliott was born about 1887 in Chichester.
He was a 4 year old scholar in 1891. In 1901 he was a 14 year old
grocer's assistant. Frederick died on 25 May 1915. At the time
he was a Company Serjeant Major in the King's Own (Royal Lancaster
Regiment), 1st Battalion. His name is listed on panel 12 of the
Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. His service number was 8073.
Frederick married Alice Maud A. B.
Joplin in the first quarter of 1915 in the Portsmouth
Alice was born in 1889 in Portsea, Hampshire and died in 1963.
Basil Lelliott was born about 1888 in Chichester. In 1881 he
was 3 years old. He was 13 years old when the 1901 census was
recorded. He died aged 27 years on 8 May 1915. At the time he
was a Lance Corporal in the King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment), 2nd
Battalion and husband of Elizabeth Ward (formerly
Lelliott) of 11 Vincent Villas, Albert Street, St.
Heliers, Jersey. His name is listed on panel 12 of the Ypres (Menin
Gate) Memorial. His service number was 10133.
Basil married Elizabeth Le Maistre Journeaux.
Basil and Elizabeth had the following children:
Oswald Herbert Lelliott (1911-1969)
Basil Lelliott (1913-1976)