William Pankhurst was baptised on 14 April 1819 in Burwash.
Frances Croft on 18 May 1841 in Etchingham.
At the time of the 1841 census the couple were living with his parents.
was baptised on 15 November 1821
in Burwash, at which time his father was a labourer of Burwash. In
1841 he was 19 years old and living at home with his parents.
married twice. Firstly to Emily Brabourne on 13 November
1846 in All Saints in Lewes, Sussex. His second marriage
was to Ann Baker on 14 February 1867 in Burwash. He was
then a widower, a brickmaker and the son of William Pankhurst a
labourer. Ann was a spinster and the daughter of Samuel Baker
a labourer. Thomas and Ann were both of full age and both of
Burwash. The witnesses to the marriage were John Mitten and
Mary Morris who both signed their names.
Thomas and his first wife had 8 children and there probably only 2 from
the second marriage.
was baptised 29 March 1824 in Burwash.
She died aged 75 years in the fourth quarter of 1889 in the Tonbridge
registration district. In 1841 she was 17 years old and living at
Stephen Coppard on 8 July 1842 in Burwash.
Stephen was baptised on 29 March 1818 in Dallington, Sussex, and was the
son of Stephen Coppard and Elizabeth (possibly
Elizabeth Cruttenden who had married Stephen Coppard on 7
June 1802 in Brightling.)
When the 1851 census was recorded the couple and their 2 sons were
living in Ham Lane in the village of Burwash. Stephen was then a
32 year old agricultural labourer. Also with them on census night
were 2 lodgers, namely Richard Clark and Charles Norris
who were both unmarried 27 year old railway labourers.
Stephen and Mary had the following children:
John Coppard was born about 1844 in Burwash. He was a 7
year old scholar in 1851.
William Coppard was born about 1849 in Burwash. At the time
of the 1851 census he was 2 years old.
Elizabeth Ann Coppard was baptised on 23 January 1853 in Burwash.
She married Thomas Vidler.
was baptised on 30 December 1827 in
Burwash. She was 14 years old at the time of the 1841 census.
Henry Head on 29 March 1845 in Burwash.
was baptised on 9 April 1833 in Burwash.
He was 8 years old in 1841.
was baptised on 11 June 1835 in
Burwash. He was 6 years old in 1841.
was baptised on 13 July 1837 in Burwash. He died in the
fourth quarter of 1914 and his death was registered in the Dartford
registration district. He may have died in Slades Green. In
1841 he was 4 years old. At the time of the 1851 census he was a
13 year old scholar living at home.
Eliza Fabling on 6 October 1859 at St. Marys in
Edmund and Eliza had the following son:
William Pankhurst married Emma Joanes
in 1886 in Newington. They had the following daughter:
Minnie Helena Pankhurst married Edwin
Relf in 1929.
Edwin Pankhurst was baptised on 8 November 1840 in the parish
church of Stonegate, Sussex, at which time his father was a labourer of
Battenhurst. He died aged 3 years in
Burwash and was buried there on 4 June 1844. When the 1841 census
was recorded he was a year old.
was baptised on 3 June 1843 in Burwash.
She died aged 65 years and her death was registered as Frances Keeley
in the first quarter of 1909 in the Camberwell registration district.
The 1851 census records that she was a 7 year old scholar. In 1861
she was a 17 year old needlewoman and the only one of her siblings
living at home.
William Keeley on 5 October 1867 in Burwash.
He was then 23 years old and she was 22. Their fathers were named
as George Keeley and William Pankhurst.
William was baptised on 30 March 1844 in Etchingham, and was the son of
George Keeley and Sophia Rummery.
In 1871 the couple and their daughter were living in Burwash village in
the home of Frances's parents. William was then a 27 year old
William and Frances had 1 known daughter:
Martha Matilda Keeley was baptised on 5 December 1869 in
Burwash. She was a year old in 1871. The 1881 census records
that she was 12 year old Matilda Brown and she was a scholar.
Frederick Henry Dentith in the second quarter of
1888 in the Camberwell registration district.
The 1891 census records that the couple were living at 53 Dawlish Street
in Lambeth. Her name was then recorded as 21 year old Matilda
Dentith. Frederick was a 25 year old corn merchant and gave
his place of birth as Bowick, Manchester. The couple and their 6
year old daughter, Frances M. Dentith, were at the
same address in 1901 and Frederick was then a carman.
By 1881 Frances was said to be the wife of
Charles Brown and they
were living at 5 Claud Road in Camberwell, Surrey. Charles was
then a 45 year old excavator. With them on census night were their 2 children, 84 year old widow and grandmother,
Pankhurst and 2 lodgers, namely 40 year old lodger, Frank Hodinot
who was an unmarried excavator and 23 year old George Smith who
was an unmarried plumber.
When the 1891 census was recorded, 46 year old
Fanny Keeley was a
widow and charwoman living at 87 Albert Road, Camberwell. With her
was her son and 51 year old boarder, Frank Hodinot. In
1901, 57 year old Frances Keeley was still the head of her
household at 5 Ellery Street in Camberwell (off Gordon Road which leads
into Nunhead Lane) and she was again earning her
living as a charwoman. Her son was living with her in 1901, as was
62 year old boarder Francis Hoddinott who was a general labourer.
Francis Hoddinott died aged 79 years and his death was registered
in the first quarter of 1919 in the Camberwell registration district.
He had been born in Somerset.
Frances had an illegitimate son:
Albert Keeley was born on 31 December 1879 in Peckham, Surrey.
The 1881 census records that he was 1 year
old Albert Brown. In 1891 he was 11 year old Albert
Keeley and he was a scholar living with his mother. He may
have died aged 26 years with his death being registered in the first
quarter of 1906 in the Camberwell registration district as Albert
Keeley. Or he may have married Charlotte E. King
in 1914 in the Islington registration district.