Ancestors of Mandy Willard
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Samuel WEEKS (1813-?)
and Barbara WELLS (1817-1856)
and Mary (?-?)
Samuel Weeks and Barbara Wells married on 2 April 1834 in
Mayfield, Sussex. After Barbara's death he married Mary
sometime before or about 1857. (They were not my direct ancestors.)
Samuel Weeks was born on 10 September 1813 in Wadhurst, Sussex.
He was the son of
John Weeks (1776-?) and
Barbara Wells was baptised on 29 June 1817 in Mayfield, Sussex.
She was the duaghter of James Wells and Elizabeth.
She died aged 39 years and was buried on 24 June 1856 in Wadhurst.
Mary's date and place of birth/baptism are unknown, to me.
At the time of the 1861 census Samuel was living at 6 Quarry Cottages in
Tunbridge Wells, Kent, along with his wife Mary and children.
Also with them were 4 step children with the surname Bond or Bones.
When the 1881 census was recorded Samuel was a carpenter living at 1 Albert
Cottages in Tonbridge, Kent. Also with him was his 56 year old wife
Passna Weekes (as per the on-line census transcript) and son Albert.
Passna was said to have been born in Ticehurst.
and Barbara Wells had 8 known children:
Mary Ann Weeks
was baptised on 18 May 1834 in Mayfield, when her father was a labourer of
Doozes in Mayfield.
Weeks was baptised on 10 April 1836 in Mayfield.
was baptised on 28 April 1838 in Mayfield. In 1881 he was a police
constable living at 13 Exmouth Road in Portsea, Hampshire, along with wife
Charlotte and 2 year old son Reuben John Weeks.
was baptised on 29 March 1840 in Mayfield.
Weeks was born about 1845 in Wadhurst. The birth of a Sarah
Ann Weeks was registered in the second quarter of 1843 in the
Ticehurst district. She married William Crawford in
was born about 1846 in Wadhurst.
was born in the second quarter of 1848 in Wadhurst. When the 1871
census was recorded she was working as a domestic servant in Burgess Hill,
Emma married Albert King in the first quarter of 1876
in Fareham, Hampshire.
By 1881 the couple were living at 14
Collingwood Road in Portsmouth, Hampshire and Albert was a police
constable. He had been a gardener before joining the police service.
They had moved to 52 Collingwood Road by the time of the 1891 census and
also living with them was their adopted daughter Beatrice M.
Billing. All three were still at number 52 when the 1901 census
was recorded and Albert was then a police inspector.
Weeks was born about 1850 in Wadhurst.
Samuel Weeks and
Mary had 3 known children:
Weeks was born about 1857.
was born about 1861 in Tunbridge Wells. In 1881 he was a 20 year old
plumber, painter and glazier. He married Annie who was born
about 1855. When the 1891 census was recorded Annie was living alone
at 42 Western Road in Tunbridge Wells. In 1901 the couple were
together at 93 St. James Road in Tunbridge Wells and Albert was the a
Weeks was born about 1864 in Tunbridge Wells. In 1881 she was a
kitchemaid at The Vicarage in Fairlight, Sussex.
Alfred William before the recording of the 1891 census.
born about 1845 in Maidstone, Kent and was a blacksmith.
At the time
the 1891 census was recorded the couple were living with her parents at 1
Albert Cottages in Tunbridge Wells. By 1901 the family were living
at Hill View, Grosvenor Villas in Tunbridge Wells.
Alfred and Alice
had the following children:
Williams was born in 1890.
Williams was born in 1891.
Williams was born in 1899.
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