Isaac Jones
(Abt 1805-)
Margaret
(Abt 1803-)
John Jones
(Abt 1838-Bef 1901)
Elizabeth Hurst
(Abt 1844-After 1901)

Margaret Ann Jones
(1861-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
David Thomas Williams

Margaret Ann Jones 56,103,104,105,403,405,407,408

  • Born: 9 Jul 1861, Wandsworth, Surrey, England 103,104,403,405,407,408
  • Marriage: David Thomas Williams on 3 Apr 1883 in Llanwddyn, Montgomeryshire, Wales 403
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bullet  General Notes:

1891 census, Essex, Dagenham, District 13, image 7

No of Schedule: 36
address: Colliers Row (Forest? School House)

David T William, Head, married, age 29, Certificated Schoolmaster, employer, born Cardyiomohise - Llaubadan fawr ??
Margaret A ", Wife, married, age 29, Assistant Schoolmistress, employed, born Surrey, Waudsworth?
David G L, son, single, age 5, scholar, born Montgomery, Llauwaldyn?
Humbert J E, son, single, age 3, born Middlesex, Willesden, Middlesex
Reginald C, son, single, age 1, born Essex, Dagenham
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The 1881 census record below was a decent possibility for our Margaret Anne Jones....
until I found that this Margaret A Jones was still single and living with her mother Caroline and two sisters on the 1891 census as well. In 1891 this family was now in Kensington.

1881 census, Wandsworth, Surrey,

page 16
No. of schedule: 58
Name of House: Westhill, The Clockhouse

Caroline Jones, Head, Widow, female, age 64, occupation: Land and Funded Property, born Surrey, Chertsey
Lizzie A Jones, Daur, unmarried, female, age 33, born Surrey, Brixton
Clara M ", Daur, unmarried, female, age 22, born Surrey, Wandsworth
Margaret A ", Daur, unmarried, female, age 21, born Surrey, Wandsworth
Mary A Forrester, Serv, unmarried, female, age 70?, Housekeeper, born Kent
Susan Sherman, Serv, unmarried, female, age 37, Cook, born Suffolk
Maria B Brownw, Serv, unmarried, female, age 27, Housemaid, born Middlesex
Fanny A Hockley, Serv, unmarried, female, age 27, Housemaid, born born Dorset,
Mary J Young, Serv, unmarried, female, age 29, Ladysmaid, born Somerset,
Jemima Eives, Serv, unmarried, female, age 21, Ladysmaid, born Essex,
Mary Johnson, Serv, unmarried, female, age 20, Kitchenmaid, born Surrey,
Louisa Harmean?, Serv, unmarried, female, age 19, Scullerymaid, born Middlesex,
William Carter, Serv, unmarried, male, age 18, Footman. born Kent

bullet  Research Notes:

This birth registration should prove out to be our girl , the daughter of John Jones, maybe a Veterinary Surgeon, more likely a "Farrier"

JONES, Margaret Ann
Record Type: Births
Quarter: September
Year: 1861
District: Wandsworth
County: London Surrey
Volume: 1d Page: 424

ordered from GRO... April 12, 2005.. jca
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Wandsworth
The old parish of Wandsworth covered a large area, which not only included the original village but the areas that were to become Earlsfield, Southfields and Summerstown. As late as 1864 Wandsworth was described as a quaint and old-fashioned village, straggling along the London-Kingston road, with country lanes and byways spreading out across the fields and along the banks of the River Wandle and the Thames.
Although there had always been some industries by the Thames and old mills along the Wandle, up to the middle of the 19th century Wandsworth consisted mainly of farmland, market gardens, parkland of the grand estates and the open heathland of Wimbledon and Wandsworth Commons.
Over a period of some thirty years it all changed. The railways had already cut two swathes across the fields and more industries arrived. This in turn led to more houses, shops and schools, until much of the open land had disappeared. Wandsworth Common too suffered, with areas being cut up by the railway or used for institutional buildings.

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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Residence: 3 Hides Buildings, 1861, Wandsworth, Surrey, England. 408

Residence, 1871, Issayndre, Cardiganshire, Wales. 405 with grandparents Isaac and Margaret Jones

Residence: Dapdune Rd, 1881, Stoke, Surrey. 407

Residence: School House, 1883, Llanwddyn, Montgomeryshire, Wales. 403

Residence: 7 Porchester Terrace, Chapline Road, 1888, Willesden, Middlesex, England. 105


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Margaret married David Thomas Williams, son of Edward Williams and Ann, on 3 Apr 1883 in Llanwddyn, Montgomeryshire, Wales.403 (David Thomas Williams was born about 1861 in Llanbadarn Fawr, Cardiganshire, Wales 103,104,403,404,405,406.)


bullet  Marriage Notes:

marriage record located on the GRO marriage database as:

David Thomas Williams
Margaret Anne Jones
registered June quarter, of 1883
registration district : Llanfyllin
County: Denbighshire & Montgomeryshire

received marriage registration: Jan 5, 2005



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