and Ann Amelia SCOTT (c1831-?)
Frederick Robinson and Ann Amelia Scott
married in the third quarter of 1851 in Hastings, Sussex. (They were not my direct ancestors.)
Frederick Robinson was baptised on 17 April 1825 in
Pulborough, Sussex. He was the son of
and Charlotte Tugwell
(1793-1840). At the time of his baptism
his father was a shopkeeper. Frederick died aged 75 years and his
death was registered in the third quarter of 1901 in the Eastbourne
registration district. When the 1841 census was recorded he was a 15
year old shoemaker's apprentice and he was living with James Child,
a 39 year old shoemaker, in Lower Street, Pulborough. (James was the
son of Samuel Child and Ann Bowell.)
Ann Amelia Scott was born about 1831 in Ore, Sussex.
She was the daughter of John Scott and Lucy (c1802-?). The 1851 census recorded that Ann Amelia was an unmarried
20 year dressmaker and living with her mother at 1 Waterloo Place in the St.
Clements district of Hastings. Her mother was then described as
married, but her father was not at home on census night. Lucy was then
a 47 year old beer seller and grocer.
When the 1861 census was recorded the couple and 4 children were living at
10 Undercliffe Terrace in the St. Mary Magdalen district of Hastings.
Frederick was a 36 year old cordwainer, employing 2 men and 1 boy. He
then gave his place of birth as Pulborough. Ann was 30 and born in
Ore. Also with the family was Ann's 59 year old widowed mother,
Lucy Scott, born in Guestling, Sussex, and 2 house
servants, Emily Foster aged 24 from Ore and 22 year old
Martha Lusted from Battle.
The 1871 census recorded that Frederic was a 46 year old shoemaker from
Pulboro, Sussex and Ann Amelia was 40 and born in Ore. They were
living at 2 Alma Terrace in St. Mary in the Castle district of Hastings,
Sussex. Also with were 6 of their children and 26 year old unmarried
lodger, Peter Shaw.
In 1881, the couple and their 3 youngest daughters were living at 6 Overton
Terrace in All Saints district of Hastings. Frederick was a 56 year
old cordwainer and Ann was 50.
Frederick Robinson and Ann Amelia
9 known children:
William John Scott Robinson was born in the second
quarter of 1851 in Hastings. He was a 9 year old scholar in 1861.
Lucy Robinson was born about 1854 in Hastings. She
was a 7 year old scholar in 1861.
Edward Thomas Robinson was born 2 February 1858 in
Hastings. He was a 3 year old scholar in 1861. In 1871 he
was a 13 year old servant and the eldest of his siblings living at home.
Edward died on 30 October 1930.
Alice Amelia Robinson was born in the third quarter of
1860 in Hastings. At the time the 1861 census was recorded she was
10 months old. She was a 10 year old scholar in 1871. When
the 1881 census was recorded she was a 19 year old servant and needle
woman living in the home of William ?inger at 1 & 2 G??nville
Street, St. Pancras, London.
Frederick Henry Robinson was born in the second quarter
of 1862 in Hastings. He was a 7 year old scholar in 1871.
George James Robinson
was born in the fourth quarter of 1864 in Hastings. He was a 6
year old scholar in 1871. George married
Helen Eliza Francis
in 1887. (They have their own page.)
Frances Tugwell Robinson was born in the third quarter of
1867 in Hastings. She was a 3 year old scholar in 1871. In
1881, Fanny Robinson was a 13 year old scholar.
Caroline Tugwell Robinson was born in the first quarter
of 1870 in Tivoli, Hastings. She was a year old at the time of the
1871 census. In 1881 she was an 11 year old scholar.
Clara Tugwell was born in the first quarter of 1872 in
Hastings. She was a 9 year old scholar in 1881.
This page was updated on 26 August 2011