Ancestors of Mandy Willard
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and Caroline HARDING (1844-?)
Samuel Stredwick and Caroline Harding married on 16 January
1867 in Portslade, Sussex. He was then a 23 year old bachelor and a
signalman on the Brighton Railway. She was a 22 year old spinster.
(They were not my direct ancestors.)
Samuel Stredwick was baptised on 18 February 1844 in Portslade.
He was the son of Nicholas Stredwick (1794-1874) and Frances
Caroline Harding was baptised on 11 September 1844 in Lower Beeding,
Sussex. She was the daugther of
John Harding (c1807-1885) and
Eliza Stoner (1815-1892). When the 1851 census was recorded she
was a 6 year old scholar and living with her parents at Sandygate in Lower Beeding.
In 1861 she was 16 years old and living with her parents at Plummers Plain
in Lower Beeding.
Samuel Stredwick and Caroline Harding had 8 known children:
Charles Stredwick was born about 1865 in Portslade.
Jane Stredwick was baptised on 24 November 1867 in Portslade.
Caroline Stredwick was baptised on 2 January 1870 in Portslade.
was baptised on 7 January 1872 in Portslade. He married
Bloomfield in 1894. (They have their own page.)
Ellen Stredwick was baptised on 24 May 1874 in Portslade.
Eliza Stredwick was born about 1876 in Portslade.
Florence Fanny Stredwick was born about 1878 in Portslade.
Florence married Arthur Maynard by banns on 5 May 1903 at St.
Andrews in Portslade. He was then a 25 year old bachelor and
stationery of St. Martin's, Brighton. She was a 25 year old spinster
of Portslade-by-Sea. Their fathers were named as Martin Maynard
a stationer and Samuel Stredwick a signalman. The witnesses
to their marriage were Samuel Stredwick and Elizabeth Stredwick.
They all signed their names.
Arthur was born about 1878 in Brighton and was the son of Martin
Maynard (c1848-?) and Mary Tapsell (c1849-?).
Elizabeth Stredwick was born
about 1800 in Portslade.
Elizabeth married Arthur Lewry by bann on 31 May 1903 at St.
Andrews in Portslade. He was then a 22 year old bachelor and grocer
of Keymer, Sussex. She was a 23 year old spinster of
Portslade-by-Sea. Their fathers were named as Jesse Lewry a
farmer and Samuel Stredwick a signalman. The witnesses to
their marriage were Samuel Stredwick and Ethel Mary Wady.
They all signed their names.
Arthur was born about 1881/2 in Southwater, Horsham, Sussex and was the
Jesse Lewry (c1844-?) and
Sarah Jane Vincent. In 1891 he was 9 years old and living
with his parents and sibling at Lower Goldings in Nuthurst, Sussex.
His father was then a farmer.