M*CH*MORE One Name Study

SOUTHERN SOUTH HAMS

Tree 05. Descendants of Peter MUCHAMORE
(Stokenham 163x)

This tree is one of the oldest of the three trees that have been traced back to 17th century Stokenham, and may be closely related to one of them (Tree 01). A discussion of the relationship between the various Stokenham trees and subtrees is available here.

The first members of this tree to leave Stokenham were the brothers William and John, who moved to Churchstow about 1770. Their brother Nicholas moved to Wolborough (Newton Abbot) about 1780, to be followed by another brother, Andrew, some time between 1785 and 1793. Austin moved to the Channel Islands about 1850.

Overseas settlement commenced in the early 19th century, when James and Thomas migrated to Newfoundlanda regular destination for Devonshire fishermen. Early in the next century, Edwin Herbert went to Canada and later settled in California. The only other members of this tree known to have left their birth country were William Henry, who emigrated to the USA in 1870, and another William Henry, who moved to Australia in the 1870s.

Several men moved to London or its vicinity in the late 19th century: the brothers William Richard and Thomas Leigh in the 1870s and Edward, George Henry, Frederick Henry, James and James Richard in the 1880s. Alfred Thomas moved to the Isle of Man about 1910.

This is only tree where the unusual forenames Ambrose, Andrew, Austin (a shortened form of Augustine) and Solomon occur. Most early instances of the forename Nicholas are also in this tree.

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Generation 1

Tree 05

Generation 1

Family 2046

head  Peter MUCHAMORE

b 163x

m 165x

21Jun1672 tailor ^ Stokenham: leased Cutland's tenement, Chillington, for 99 years on the lives of his children Peter and Katherine (MUTCHMORE) UK legal documents

bur 6Apr1696 Stokenham, "Peter MUTCHAMORE senior"

sp      Elizabeth GOULD

b 163x, "daughter of Roger"

known as Luse

m 165x

bur 5Dec1682 Stokenham (MUTCHMORE)

son    Matthew MUCHCHAMORE

chr 30Oct1659 Stokenham

son    Peter MUCHAMORE

chr 2Mar1661/62 Stokenham

son    Nickollas MUCHAMORE

chr 21Jan1665/66 Stokenham

dau    Katherine MUTCHMORE

b 166x UK legal documents

There are no M*CH*MORE events recorded in Stokenham in the 80 years before 1659, so the family must have migrated from another parish. Peter may have been a brother of Walter [Tree 01] and/or Humfrey, John and/or Robert [all Tree 101], all of whom married in East Allington about 1640.

 
Generation 2

Tree 05

Generation 2

Family 0452

head  Peter MUCHAMORE

chr 2Mar1661/62 Stokenham

m 19Jan1696/97 Stokenham, LUSCOMB

1697-1706 tailor ^ Stokenham

bur 17Aug1725 Stokenham (MICHELMORE)

sp      Mary LUSCOMB

b 167x

m 19Jan1696/97 Stokenham

bur 7May1712 Stokenham (MICHELMORE)

dau    Elizabeth MICHELMORE

b 28Jun1697 /p>

chr 23Jul1697 Stokenham

m 30Jul1715 Sherford, William DAVIS

dau    Mary MICHELMORE

chr 2Oct1698 Stokenham

bur 8Jan1712/13 Stokenham

son    Peter MUCHEMORE

b 22Dec1699

bur 9Dec1702 Stokenham

son    Nicholas MUCHAMORE

b 2Dec1701 Stokenham

dau    Catherine MUCHAMORE

b 17Mar1702/03 Stokenham

chr [30Mar1703] Stokenham

bur 9Apr1730 Stoke Fleming (Catharine)

son    John MUCHAMORE

b 26Oct1704 Stokenham

son    Peter MUCHAMORE

b 23May1706 Stokenham

chr [9Jun1706] Stokenham

bur 9Mar1708/09 Stokenham, "infant”

son    Mathew MITCHELMORE

chr [29Aug1708] Stokenham

 


Tree 05

Generation 2

Family 0453

head  Nickollas MUCHAMORE

chr 21Jan1665/66 Stokenham

m 30Dec1707 Stokenham (Nich. MUCHEMORE)

? bur 17Jan1730 Stokenham (Nicholas MICHELMORE)

?bur 20Aug1742 Stokenham (MICHELMORE)

sp      Susannah LAVERS

b 168x

m 30Dec1707 Stokenham

son    Nicholas MITCHELMORE

chr 13Feb1708/09 Stokenham, "son of Nicholas & Elizabeth"

son    Richard MITCHELMORE

chr 21Jun1711 Stokenham

dau    Elizabeth MUTCHEMORE

chr 7Jul1713 Stokenham

?m 7Nov1738 Stokenham, William KING

?m 26May1747 Stokenham, Matthew PIPPERELL

dau    Susanna MUCHAMORE

chr [29Jan1717] Stokenham

?m 10Nov1745 Stokenham, John BASTARD

?m 7Mar1745 Stokenham, Phinehas HEXT

son    John MUCHAMORE

chr [9Aug1719] Stokenham

son    William MUCHAMORE

chr [29May1722] Stokenham

Four of Nicholas's descendants—Nicholas, William, Solomon and Peter—were Stokenham yeomen of some standing.

 

One of these burial records refers to Nicholas [Tree 106] or Nicholas.

 

 

Nicholas's baptism record appears to have named his mother incorrectly.

 

 

 

 

One of these marriage records refers to Elizabeth [Tree 01].

 

 

One of these marriage records refers to Susanna [Tree 01].

 
Generation 3

Tree 05

Generation 3

Family 0481

head  Nicholas MUCHAMORE

b 2Dec1701

chr [8Nov1704] Stokenham

m [21Apr1725] Sherford (MITCHELMORE)

bur 17Jan1730 Stokenham (MICHELMORE)

sp      Agnes DEACON

chr 4Jan1700/01 West Down, Devon personal communication

m [21Apr1725] Sherford

?bur 29Aug1780 Stokenham (MICHELMORE)

?bur 10May1804 Stokenham (MITCHELMORE)

son    Nicholas MICHELMORE

chr [24Feb1725/26] Stokenham

son    John MICHELMORE

chr [12Mar1727/28] Stokenham

bur 18Jan1730 Stokenham, "son of the foresaid Nicholas"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These burial records may refer to Agnes or Agnes [both Tree 01].

 

 

 

The burials of Nicholas and his son John are consecutive in the register.


Tree 05

Generation 3

Family 0479

head  John MUCHAMORE

b 26Oct1704

chr [9Aug1719] Stokenham

m1 22Nov1731 Stoke Fleming

m2 16Nov1746 Stokenham (MITCHELMORE)

sp1     Jane OLDRIVE

chr 1Mar1710 Stoke Fleming, "daughter of Robert & Jane”

m 22Nov1731 Stoke Fleming

bur 21Mar1734 Slapton (MUCHMORE)

sp2     Elizabeth ADAMS

b 172x

m 16Nov1746 Stokenham

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 2Sep1747 Stokenham

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 12Sep1749 Stokenham

son    Nicholas MITCHELMORE

chr 5Nov1751 Stokenham

son    Andrew MITCHELMORE

chr [10Feb1754] Stokenham

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

chr 30Jun1756 Stokenham

1772 Aveton Gifford: 3rd banns read 25Oct for Philip BARDONS and Mary MITCHELMORE

m 10Dec1772 Stokenham, Philip BARDONS

son    James MITCHELMORE

chr 11Apr1761 Stokenham

bur 2Dec1762 Stokenham

son    James MITCHELMORE

chr 30Nov1766 Stokenham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It appears that William and John later migrated to Churchstow and Nicholas and Andrew to Wolborough.


Tree 05

Generation 3

Family 0454

head  Mathew MITCHELMORE

chr [29Aug1708] Stokenham

m 173x

bur 26Aug1788 Chivelstone, "pauper"

sp      Elizabeth ??

b 171x

m 173x

dau    Mary MUCHAMORE

chr [20Mar1738] Chivelstone

dau    Catheraigne MUCHAMORE

chr [25Apr1742] Chivelstone

bur 3Jul1780 Chivelstone (Catherine)

dau    Susanna MUCHAMORE

chr [4Nov1744] Chivelstone

m 15Dec1761 Chivelstone, Samuel ELLIOTT (Susannah)

son    John MUCHAMORE

chr [24Feb1746] Chivelstone


Tree 05

Generation 3

Family 0290

head  Nicholas MITCHELMORE

chr 13Feb1708/09 Stokenham

24May1725 apprenticed to George GILLARD, yeoman

1742 yeoman ^ Stokenham: took Robert WHITE as an apprentice UK legal documents

m 7Jan1747/48 Sherford: Nicholas MITCHELMORE; Mary JELLARD ^ Stokenham

bur 14Jun1774 Stokenham

sp      Mary JELLEARD

chr 16Mar1728/29 Stokenham

m1 7Jan1747/48 Sherford, MITCHELMORE

m2 12Nov1786 Woodleigh: Jacob PHILIPS, labourer; Mary MITCHELLMORE, widow

son    Ambrose MITCHELMORE

chr 26Feb1751/52 Stokenham

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 9Mar1755 Slapton

dau    Susanna MITCHELMORE

chr [20May1759] Stokenham

bur 27Mar1828 Stokenham @ 70 (Susan)

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

chr 12Sep1762 Stokenham

m 16Apr1786 Sherford, Nicholas PEPPERELL

bur 20Feb1799 personal communication


Tree 05

Generation 3

Family 0484

head  Richard MITCHELMORE

chr 21Jun1711 Stokenham

m 30Oct1737 Stokenham, HEXT

bur 26Jan1793 Stokenham, "pauper"

sp      Mary HEXT

(b 1713)

m 30Oct1737 Stokenham

d 3May1784 @ 71; bur Stokenham

bur 4May1784 Stokenham

son    Richard MITCHELMORE

chr 13Nov1739 Stokenham

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 20Apr1743 Stokenham

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

chr [18Jul1746] Stokenham

?bur 1May1754 Stokenham

?bur 26Mar1757 Stokenham

?bur 4Sep1792 Stokenham

dau    Agnes MITCHELMORE

chr 26Aug1753 Stokenham

m 19Jun1781 Stokenham: Nicholas POPE; Agness MITCHELMORE; witness [brother] Nichs MICHELMORE

son    Nicholas MITCHELMORE

chr 21Feb1756 Stokenham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of the 1754 and 1757 burial records refers to Mary [Tree 01] and one of the 1757 and 1792 records may refer to Mary.

 

 

The 1781 marriage may have been a repeat of the marriage of Agness [Tree 650] and Nicholas POTE in 1778 at St Martin Looe, Cornwall.


Tree 05

Generation 3

Family 2043

head  John MUCHAMORE

chr [9Aug1719] Stokenham

m 14Dec1751 Dartmouth St Saviour

sp      Mary WATTS

(b 1720)

m 14Dec1751 Dartmouth St Saviour

d 28Jan1762 @ 42; bur Chivelstone

son    John MITCHAMORE

chr [20Feb1753] Chivelstone

son    George MITCHALMORE

chr [21May1754] Chivelstone

dau    Elizabeth MITCHALMORE

chr [10Aug1756] Chivelstone

m [14Sep1791] Chivelstone, Robert WHITE (MITCHELMORE)

son    Solomon MITCHELMORE

chr 10Apr1767 Stokenham

 

Click to enlarge

Mary's gravestone in Stokenham churchyard

 


Tree 05

Generation 3

Family 0515

head  William MUCHAMORE

chr [29May1722] Stokenham

m 9Sep1746 Stokenham (MICHELMORE)

d 9Jan1790 @ 67 ^ Coleridge; bur Stokenham (MITCHELMORE). Named on same memorial: his wife Mary and nephew Solomon

sp      Mary COSS

b 172x

m 9Sep1746 Stokenham

d 17xx; bur Stokenham [no date or age stated]

son    Solomon MITCHELMORE

chr 19Nov1751 Stokenham

bur 17Nov1806 Stokenham

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr 11Sep1753 Stokenham

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

chr 7Mar1757 Stokenham

?bur 26Mar1757 Stokenham

?bur 4Sep1792 Stokenham

son    Peter MITCHELMORE

chr 9May1758 Stokenham

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

chr 20May1760 Stokenham

m 6Aug1781 Stokenham: William LUKE; Mary MITCHELMORE; witness Wm MITCHELMORE, by licence

son Robert Soloman LUKE

chr 1Mar1797 Dartmouth St Saviour

m 20Feb1831 Dartmouth St Saviour (Robert S), Elizabeth PRESTON

1831 tinplate worker

1832-1836 tinman

1838 seaman

son Richard Mitchelmore LUKE

b 1838.1 Totnes

b 3Jan1838

chr 18Feb1838 Dartmouth St Saviour

d 1840.4 Totnes

1840 ^ Dartmouth St Saviour

dau Fanny Mitchelmore LUKE

b 23Feb1841

1841 @ 8 mo ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Saviour (Fanny)

chr 12May1841 Dartmouth St Saviour

1851 scholar @ 9 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Saviour with parents

1861 @ 20 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Saviour with father

1876 part owner of tenement called Lukes House, Lower Street, Dartmouth (Fanny) personal communication

1881 lodger, widow @ 45 b Torquay ^ 21 Aberdeen Place, London (Fanny)

1891 draper's assistant, patient, disability: lunatic @ 49 b "Not Known” ^ Devon County Asylum, Kenton

d 1893.2 St Thomas @ 51 (Fanny Michelmore)

1841 ironmonger @ 40 b Devon @ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Saviour (Robert)

1851 tinplate worker @ 54 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Saviour (Robert)

1861 tinplate worker, widow @ 64 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Saviour (Robert S)

d 1871.2 Totnes @ 74 (Robert Solomon)

dau    Joanna MITCHELMORE

chr 27Sep1763 Stokenham

m 24Jan1785 Stokenham: Richard CULLIN ^ Kilsenlands?, County Waterford, Ireland; Johanna MITCHELMORE; witness [father] William MITCHELMORE, by licence

dau    Susanna Ann MITCHELMORE

chr 23Apr1766 Stokenham (Susanna)

m 1Apr1793 Stokenham, Joseph RANDALL (Susanna)

son John RANDALL

chr 25May1796 Stokenham

m 22Jun1820 Stokenham, Nancy HAWKINS

1822-1836 blacksmith ^ Chillington

dau Anne Mitchelmore RANDALL

chr 2Jun1822 Stokenham

1841 @ 15 ^ Chillington, Stokenham with parents

m 1849.3 Brighton, John BENNETT [1881 tube fitter]

m 18Aug1849 St Nicholas,Brighton, Sussex

1861 @ 38 b Stockingham ^ 109 London Buildings, Brighton (Ann M)

1871 not found

1881 @ 58 b Slokinghom [sic] ^ 56 Pelton Road, Greenwich with family (Ann M)

1891 @ 68 b Stokingham ^ 32 Summerville Road, Greenwich

1901 @ 78 b Stokenham ^ Greenwich (Ann)

d 1901.2 Greenwich @ 79

bur 6Jun1901 Brockley Cemetery, Lewisham

son Peter Mitchelmore RANDALL

b 15Sep1823 [MI]

chr 28Sep1823 Stokenham

1841 @ 15 ^ Chillington, Stokenham with parents

1851 blacksmith journeyman @ 27 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (Peter M)

1861 blacksmith @ 38 b Stokenham ^ Post Office, Chillington with parents

1871 blacksmith @ 46 b Stokenham ^ Chillington with parents

1878-79 blacksmith & postmaster ^ Chillington, Stokenham UK street & trade directories

1881 unm blacksmith & subpostmaster @ 57 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham (Peter M)

1889 Post Office receiver & deputy registrar of births & deaths for Stokenham ^ Post Office, Chillington UK street & trade directories

1890 sub-postmaster & stationer ^ Chillington, Stokenham UK street & trade directories

1891 sub post master @ 67 b Stokenham ^ Post Office, Stokenham

1893 sub-postmaster & deputy registrar of births & deaths for Stokenham ^ Chillington, Stokenham UK street & trade directories

1901 sub postmaster @ 77 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham (Peter M)

d 1901.4 Kingsbridge @ 78

d 26Dec1901; bur Stokenham, b 15Sep1823

1841 blacksmith @ 45 b Devon ^ Chillington

1851 master blacksmith @ 54 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham

1861 blacksmith and subpostmaster @ 64 b Stokenham ^ Post Office, Chillington

1871 blacksmith @ 74 b Stokenham ^ Chillington

d 1876.3 Kingsbridge @ 80

son Peter RANDALL

chr 22May1798 Stokenham

m 31Jan1821 Blackawton, Elizabeth PARTRIDGE

1821 yeoman ^ Chillington

1823 yeoman ^ Carnborough, Stokenham

1824 farmer ^ Wadstray, Blackawton

son Peter Mitchelmore RANDALL

chr 22Sep1824 Blackawton

1826-1830 yeoman ^ Heath, Aveton Gifford (RANDLE)

son Solomon Michelmore RANDLE

chr 24Jun1828 Loddiswell ^ Aveton Gifford

1841 @ 13 ^ Village, Stokenham with parents (Solomon)

1832 farmer ^ Chillington

1838 labourer ^ Stokenham

1841 agricultural labourer @ 40 ^ Village, Stokenham (Petter)

d 1873.4 Kingsbridge @ 72

bur 28Nov1836 Stokenham @ 70 ^ Chillington (Susan Ann)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of the 1757 and 1792 burial records may refer to Mary.

 

 

 

 

 

Mary's family was formerly in Tree 900.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click to enlarge

Peter's memorial

 
Generation 4

Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 0455

head  Nicholas MICHELMORE

chr [24Feb1725/26] Stokenham

m 5Feb1748 East Allington (MUTCHMORE)

sp      Wilmot MABIN

chr 27Mar1722 East Allington, "daughter of Augustine MABYN and Wilmott his wife"

m 5Feb1748 East Allington

6Dec1805 ^ Sherford: issued removal order to East Allington (Wilmate) UK legal documents

son    John MICHELMORE

chr 2Jul1749 Sherford

dau    Willmot MICHELMORE

chr 17Nov1751 Sherford

d before 1756

son    Augustine MICHELMORE

chr 13Mar1754 East Allington

dau    Wilmot MICHELMORE

chr 28Mar1756 Sherford

24Mar1764 ^ Sherford: apprenticed to William ADAMS, yeoman UK legal documents

m 28Jan1780 Harberton, Philip HANNAFORD

son Philip HANNAFORD

chr 11Jun1780 Totnes

m 31Aug1833 Totnes, Rebecca Effer COURT

son Charles Michelmore HANNAFORD

chr 6Mar1836 Totnes

1841 @ 5 b Devon ^ 9 Moorashes Cottages, Totnes with parents

1851 seaman @ 15 b Totnes ^ 5 White Rents, Limehouse, Tower Hamlets

1861 @ 25 b Middlesex ^ Islington

m 1866.3 Wandsworth, Julia Adelaide CANN

1871 @ 34 b Middlesex ^ Kensington

son Charles Mitchemor HANNAFORD

b 1875.4 Stepney

d 1878.3 Stepney @ 2 (Charles Mitchmore)

1881 stationer @ 44 b London ^ 48 Marlboro Road, London

1841 labourer @ 60 b Devon ^ 7 Moorashes Cottages, Totnes

1851 servant, private soldier 28 Reg, married, lodger @ 78 [sic] b Totnes ^ 18 Fore Street, Totnes; head: William DAVIS, sergeant Royal Marines

d 1860.4 Totnes

 


Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 1986

head  William MITCHELMORE

chr 2Sep1747 Stokenham

m 18Apr1774 Churchstow: William MUCHAMORE; Jane BOYS; witness [brother] John

bur 29Dec1820 Churchstow @ 72

sp      Jane BOYSE

chr 6Feb1743 Charleton,"daughter of John & Elizabeth"

m 18Apr1774 Churchstow (BOYS)

bur 25Apr1821 Churchstow @ 80

son    William MUCHMOOR

chr 26Dec1784 East Allington

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Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 2001

head  John MITCHELMORE

chr 12Sep1749 Stokenham

m 14Feb1774 Churchstow

18Apr1774 witness at marriage of [brother] William

bur 15Mar1807 Churchstow

sp      Mary MORGAN

b 174x

m 14Feb1774 Churchstow

dau    Mary MUCHMORE

chr 22May1774 Churchstow

son    John MUCHAMORE

chr 23Nov1777 Loddiswell

 


Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 0445

head  Nicholas MITCHELMORE

chr 5Nov1751 Stokenham

?1781/82 (all three musters): private in South Devon Militia, Lt Col Ilbert's company, later Capt Widdicombe's British Army records

1781 Wolborough St Mary: 3rd banns read 16Dec for Nicholas MICHELMORE, sojourner, and Elizabeth VAVASOR ^ St Mary

m 14Feb1782 Wolborough St Mary

bur 9Mar1824 Stokenham @ 77

sp      Elizabeth VAVASOR

b 175x

m 14Feb1782 Wolborough St Mary

?bur 23Nov1840 Wolborough @ 88 ^ Union House (MICHELMORE)

?bur 27Mar1841 Wolborough @ 78 (MICHELMORE)

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 30Nov1784 Wolborough St Mary

6Mar1785 received into the church

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 9Dec1787 Wolborough St Mary

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

chr 23Feb1791 Wolborough St Mary

bur 26Feb1791 Wolborough

son    James MITCHELMORE

chr 13Jan1793 Wolborough St Mary

dau    Alice MITCHELMORE

chr 19Sep1802 Wolborough St Mary

1841 female servant @ 35 b Devon ^ Balsom's Court, Wolborough

1851 unm house servant cook @ 48 b Wolborough ^ Higher Mill, Kingsteignton; head: Judith WATTS, widow

1861 unmarried cook @ 58 b Wolborough ^ Higher Mills, Kingsteignton; head: Judith WATTS, landed proprietor

1871 servant, cook @ 68 b Newton [Abbot] ^ Yannon, Exeter Road, West Teignmouth (MICHAELMORE); head: Robert MOIR

1881 unm housekeeper @ 79 b Wolborough ^ 1 Peninsular Tce, Southampton with niece Alice

d 1888.3 Southampton @ 82

son    Thomas MICHELMORE

chr 9Dec1804 Wolborough St Mary

dau    Elizabeth MICHEALMORE

chr 5Jul1807 Wolborough St Mary

1826 singlewoman: removal order from Exeter St Mary Steps to Dodbrooke UK legal documents

dau Alice MITCHELMORE

chr [20Jan1827] St Mary Steps, Exeter, "daughter of Elizabeth, spinster ^ Ewings Lane”

m1 1846.1 Newton Abbot

m1 26Mar1846 Wolborough: George FROST, tailor @ 21 ^ Wolborough, father George FROST, fisherman; Alice MICHELMORE, dressmaker @ 19 ^ Wolborough, father dead

1851 married dressmaker @ 24 b Exeter ^ Rendle's Court, Wolborough with mother and stepfather

son Nicholas John Michelmore FROST

b 1854.1 Newton Abbot

chr 20Aug1854 Wolborough St Mary

1861 @ 7 b Newton Abbot ^ 5 Waight Terrace, Southampton with mother and grandparents (John)

1871 boiler maker apprentice @ 17 b Newton Abbot ^ 30 Houndswell Gardens, Southampton with mother and grandmother

17Jul1874 boiler maker ^ 7 Hall Street

m1 1876.4  Mile End, Annie Kezia SPARKS (John Nicholas M)

m1 17Dec1876 Holy Trinity, Mile End Old Town: John Nicholas Mitchelmore FROST, boilermaker @ 24, father John FROST (deceased), mariner; Annie Kezia SPARKS, widow @ 24 ^ 7 Hall Street, Bow Common Lane, father Edward Rowland STANNARD (deceased), ship's steward

1881 gas factory stoker @ 28 b Newton Abbot ^ 17 Burdett Street, London (John)

1891 gas stoker @ 38 b Newton Abbot ^ Plaistow, West Ham (John)

m2 1894.2 South Stoneham, Hampshire (John Michelmore)

1861 widow @ 33 b Newton Abbot ^  5 Hanover Court, Southampton (Allen)

1871 stewardess, widow @ 41 b Exeter ^ 30 Houndswell Gardens, Southampton (Alice)

m2 1875.2 Southampton, Thomas BATCHELOR

1881 @ 53 b Exeter ^ 1 Peninsular Tce, Southampton. Also in household: her aunt Alice

1827 affiliation and maintenance order issued by Dodbrooke parish on John HOOPER of Heavitree, baker UK legal documents

m 1845.4 Exeter [also indexed under MICHELMORE]

m 14Nov1845 Exeter St Mary Arches: John SHEPPERD, malster ^ St Mary Arches Street, Exeter, father William SHEPPERD, labourer; Elizabeth MITCHELMORE, p/um worker ^ St Mary Arches Street, Exeter, father Nicholas MITCHELMORE, messenger

1851 @ 44 b Newton Abbot ^ Rendle's Court, Wolborough with husbandd (SHEPPARD)

1861 @ 56 b Newton Abbot ^ 5 Waight Terrace, Southampton with husband (SHEPPARD)

1871 widow @ 64 b Newton Abbot ^ 30 Houndswell Gardens, Southampton with daughter Alice

?d 1884.2 Southampton @ 77 (SHEPPARD)

?d 1889.1 Southampton @ 81 (SHEPHERD)

 

 

 

The militia record may refer to Nicholas .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth must have been living in Exeter in 1826, but it is not known why she was removed to Dodbrooke.


Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 0438

head  Andrew MITCHELMORE

chr [10Feb1754] Stokenham

m1 3Jan1793 Wolborough, WILLS

m2 [12Jan1819] Highweek, SCOTT

m2 12Jan1819 Highweek: Andrew MITCHELMORE, widower; Elizabeth SCOTT, widow UK newspaper announcements

m2 19Jan1819 Highweek: Andrew MITCHELMORE @ 68; Elizabeth SCOTT @ 35 UK newspaper announcements

1823 paid poor rate on three houses on Whitehill Estate, Highweek (?/Andrew) UK street & trade directories

bur 5Aug1836 Wolborough @ 82 ^ Newton Bushell

sp1      Elizabeth WILLS

(b 1753)

m 3Jan1793 Wolborough

bur 4Sep1818 Wolborough @ 65

dau    Elizabeth MICHELMORE

chr 12Jan1794 Wolborough St Mary

bur 20Jun1804 Wolborough @ 10

son    Andrew MICHELMORE

b Mar1796 Wolborough personal communication

chr 29May1796 Wolborough St Mary

bur 31Aug1811 Wolborough @ 15

?son   Nicholas MITCHELMORE

(b 1811)

bur 3Jun1817 Wolborough @ 6

sp2    Elizabeth WATTS

(b 1784) Mevagissey, Cornwall

m1 21Feb1801 St Austell, Cornwall: William SCOTT; Elizabeth WATTS; witness Jenifer WATTS

m2 12Jan1819 Highweek, MITCHELMORE UK newspaper announcements

m2 12Jan1819 Highweek UK newspaper announcements

m2 19Jan1819 Highweek UK newspaper announcements

bur 5Aug1836 Wolborough @ 82 ^ Newton Bushell

son    Andrew MITCHELMORE

chr Mar1820 Wesley Chapel, West Teignmouth

dau    Harriet MITCHELMORE

chr [26May1822] Wesley Chapel, West Teignmouth

bur 30Sep1824 Wolborough @ 30 ^ Newton Bushell

son    James MITCHELMORE

chr [11Feb1827] Wesley Chapel, West Teignmouth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Another source states that Elizabeth was from Mevagissey.


Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 0149

head  James MITCHELMORE

chr 30Nov1766 Stokenham

1792 ^ Stokenham: took William RINNELL as apprentice UK legal documents

m 26Feb1793 Stokenham

1794-1808 ^ Chillington

1841 shoemaker @ 75 b Devon ^ Chillington, Stokenham

d 1841.3 Kingsbridge

d 3Aug1841 Chillington @ 74; bur Chivelstone Ford. Named on same memorial: his wife Sarah and three infant children

sp      Sarah ARNOLD

(b 1766)

m 26Feb1793 Stokenham

d 1840.1 Kingsbridge

d 27Feb1840 @ 74; bur Chivelstone Ford

dau    Nancy MITCHELMORE

chr 19Jan1794 Chivelstone Ford ^ Chillington

m 19Oct1820 Stokenham, James CLEMENTS [1851 baker and farmer]

1851 @ 51 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham

1861 @ 58 b Stokenham ^ Chillington

d 1878.4 Totnes @ 82

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

chr 23Aug1795 Chivelstone Ford ^ Chillington

1841 washerwoman @ 45 b Devon ^ Leigh, Churchstow; head: Edward HARRIS, farmer

d 1871.4 Kingsbridge @ 77 (MICHELMORE)

dau    Jemimah MITCHELMORE

chr 6Aug1797 Chivelstone Ford ^ Chillington

1841 female servant @ 40 b Devon ^ Chillington, Stokenham with father

1851 unm pauper @ 54 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham, lodging with sister Nancy and her husband

1861 unm almswoman @ 63 ^ Chillington with sister Nancy and her husband

d 1863.2 Kingsbridge

d 21Jun1863 @ 15 [sic]; bur Chivelstone Ford (Jemima)

son    James MITCHELMORE

chr 5Mar1799 Chivelstone Ford ^ Chillington

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 12Jan1800 Chivelstone Ford ^ Chillington

d before 1807

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr 22Feb1801 Chivelstone Ford ^ Chillington

m 29Apr1824 Stokenham, George ROGERS [1851 journeyman maltman]

1851 @ 50 b Stokenham ^ Frogmore, South Pool

dau    Sarah MITCHELMORE

chr 14Mar1802 Chivelstone Ford ^ Chillington

d before 1808

dau    Keziah MITCHELMORE

chr 2Jun1805 Chivelstone Ford ^ Chillington

1814 apprenticed to Samuel CORNISH Esq of Sherford (Heziah) UK legal documents

m 29Oct1827 Sherford: Andrew COUCH [1851 thatcher]; Kezia MITCHELMORE; witness James MITCHELMORE

1851 @ 46 b Stokenham ^ Sherford village

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 15Feb1807 Chivelstone Ford ^ Chillington

1841 male servant @ 25 b Devon ^ Lower Budleigh, East Budleigh; head: Samuel WOOD, independent means

1851 unm house servant @ 40 b Chillington ^ Hall's Coop, Littleham in St Thomas; head: Samuel WOOD, fundholder

1860 servant @ 50 b Chillington ^ East Budleigh; head: Samuel WOOD

1871 groom @ 60 b Chillington ^ Baston Lodge, East Budleigh; head: Samuel WOOD, former army officer

d 1873.1 Exeter St  Thomas @ 66

d 31Mar1873 Budleigh ^ Batstone Lodge, Budleigh: faithful servant of Samuel WOOD for over 50 yr UK newspaper announcements

d 27Mar1873 Balstone Lodge, East Budleigh: domestic servant; probate granted 21Apr1873 Exeter to James CLEMENTS ^ Chillington, Stokenham, carpenter, nephew [son of John's sister Nancy] , estate under £100 UK wills & probates

dau    Sarah Ann MITCHELMORE

b 29Jan1808

chr 16Oct1808 Chivelstone Ford ^ Chillington

17Jul1821 @ 13 ^  Sherford: apprenticed to Edward TORR ^ Buckland (Sarah) UK legal documents

1822 Stokenham: apprenticed to John PEARCE, yeoman UK legal documents

m 14Dec1832 Thurlestone, John LIDSTONE  [ 1843 labourer @ Bantham ]

son James Mitchelmore LIDSTONE

b 1843.3 Kingsbridge

chr 30Jul1843 Thurlestone

1851 agricultural boy @ 8 b Bantham ^ Thurlestone with parents (James)

1861 agricultural labourer @ 18 b Thurlestone ^ Bantham, Thurlestone

m 1866.1 Kingsbridge, Hannah Mary LUSCOMBE [1871 b South Milton] (James M)

1868 policeman ^ Devonport

son James Mitchelmore LIDSTONE

b 1868.2 Stoke Damerel

chr 27Sep1868 South Milton

1871 @ 2 b Stoke Damerel ^ Thurlestone with parents

1881 scholar @ 12 b Clonance, Devon ^ "The New Orphan Houses”, Ashley Down, Bristol (James M)

1891 mason, boarder  @ 22 b Devonport ^ 9 Richard Street, Merthyurdoran, Glamorganshire

1901 bricklayer, unm, lodger @ 32 b Devonport ^ 16 Harbour Avenue, Devonport

1871 agricultural labourer @ 27 b Thurlestone ^ Thurlestone

d 1871.2 Kingsbridge @ 27 (Michelmore)

bur 28Jun1871 Thurlestone @ 27 ^ Bantham (James Michelmore)

1851 @ 43 b Chillington ^ Thurlestone

d 1865.3 Kingsbridge

Click to enlarge

Family memorial

The "three infant children" were the first John, the first Sarah and one unknown .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, John's estate would have been equivalent to about £50,000 today.


Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 1995

head  Mary MUCHAMORE

chr [20Mar1738] Chivelstone

son    John MICTHAMOR

chr [28Feb1760] Chivelstone

bur 6Mar1760 Chivelstone

 

Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 1612

head  John MUCHAMORE

chr [24Feb1746] Chivelstone

1772 East Allington: 3rd banns read 19Jul for John MICHMOOR and Elizabeth PENHAY

m 10Aug1772 East Allington, PENHAY (MICHMOOR)

bur 12Dec1820 East Allington @ 77

sp      Elizabeth PENHAY

(b 1746)

m 10Aug1772 East Allington (PENHEY)

bur 23Nov1830 East Allington @ 84

dau    Elizabeth MICHMORE

chr 6Jun1773 East Allington

m 25Aug1795 East Allington, John ASH

dau    Mary MICHMOOR

chr 26Jul1778 East Allington

1841 @ 60 b Devon ^ Parrotts Cottage, East Allington

bur 23Dec1860 East Allington @ 82 ^ Charleton

son    William MUCHMOOR

chr 21Mar1784 East Allington

dau    Sarah MUCHAMORE

chr 8Jul1787 East Allington

m 4Apr1809 Diptford, Thomas TOZER [1814 engineer ^ Oreston]

son William Muchymore TOZER

chr 20Mar1814 Plymstock


Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 1589

head  Ambrose MITCHELMORE

chr [26Feb1751/52] Stokenham

m 29Aug1790 Stokenham

bur 11Sep1831 Sherford @ 79 ^ Frogmore (MICHELMORE)

d 13Sep1831 @ 79; bur Sherford

sp      Sarah PEARSE

(b 1770)

m 29Aug1790 Stokenham (Sara)

1841 nurse @ 70 b Devon ^ Frogmore, Sherford

d 21Jan1848 @ 78; bur Sherford

bur 25Jan1848 Sherford @ 78

dau    Sarah Pearse MITCHELMORE

(b 1791)

chr 14Mar1791 Stokenham

m 12Mar1815 Sherford: George WAKEHAM [1826 tailor]; Sarah Pearse MITCHELMORE; witness [father] Ambros MITCHELMORE

son John Michelmore WAKEHAM

b 8Oct1826

chr 10Dec1826 Sherford

m 1857.1 Totnes

m 8Mar1857 Totnes: John Michelmore WAKEHAM, shipwright ^ Totnes, father George WAKEHAM, tailor: Mary Ann RICHARDS ^ Totnes, father Samuel RICHARDS, inn keeper

1859 shipwright ^ Devonport

son John Mitchelmore WAKEHAM

b 1859.3 Stoke Damerel (John Michaelmore)

b 22Jun1859 England

chr 4Sep1859 Bridgetown

1861 @ 1 yr 9 mo b Devonport  ^ 3 Jann's Court, Stoke Damerel with parents

1871 @ 11 b England ^ Hamilton ON with parents (Jno)

m 188x, Minnie ??

1891 japaner @ 32 b US ^ Barton, Wentworth South ON, parents b England

d 28Feb1927 Wentworth ON

1861 ship's carpenter, lodger @ 34 b Sherford ^ 3 Jann's Court, Stoke Damerel; head Peter PELLOW, annuitant

m 1861.2 Plymouth, Mary Ann RICHARDS (John)

son Ambrose Mitchelmore WAKEHAM

b 1867.1 Portsea

d 1867.2 sea @ 0 (Ambrose M)

d 20Apr1867 Landport @ 3 mo, "son of Mr John WAKEHAM"

bur 25Apr1867 Portsea St Mary

1871 @ 44 b England ^ Hamilton

1891 @ 64 b England ^ Hamilton

1851 @ 60 b Stockinham ^ Terrys Lane, Totnes with daughter Ann JACKSON

d 23Feb1876 @ 85; bur Sherford

dau    Maryann MUCHMOORE

chr 7May1797 East Allington

d 1866.4 Totnes @ 69 (Mary A MICHELMORE)

dau    Marria MITCHALMORE

chr 3Apr1803 Sherford

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is not known why John and Mary underwent a second marriage ceremony.


Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 1620

head  William MITCHELMORE

chr 9Mar1755 Slapton (Willm)

1770-1783 freeholder/leaseholder ^ Stokenham: eligible for jury duty Early UK population returns

1771 yeoman ^ Colderidge, Stokenham: took James CLEMENTS as apprentice UK legal documents

1776-1790 yeoman ^ Stokenham: took several local children as apprentices, including an unidentified Mary MITCHELMORE in 1776 UK legal documents

m 15Oct1782 Stokenham: William MITCHELMORE; Mary POPE; witness [brother] Ambros MITCHELMORE

1785 Overseer of the Poor, Stokenham parish UK legal documents

1801 ^ Stokenham: took Grace WILLS as apprentice UK legal documents

bur 25Dec1825 Stokenham ^ Kill

sp      Mary POPE

(b 1760) Devon

m 15Oct1782 Stokenham

1841 housekeeper @ 80 b Devon ^ Market Place, Dodbrooke (MICHAMORE)

d 1842.2 Kingsbridge

bur 30Jun1842 Stokenham @ 85 ^ Dodbrooke

dau    Marey MITCHELMORE

chr 9Sep1783 Sherford

dau    Susanna MICHELMORE

chr 3Jul1785 Stokenham

dau    Sarah MICHELMORE

chr 27Dec1786 Stokenham

m 29Jun1813 Thurlestone, William STEART

1851 widowed former labourer's wife @ 64 b Stokenham ^ Thurlestone with her daughter Mary, her husband Henry BEVELL and their children (START). Also in household: Sarah's sister Marey

1861 widowed pauper @ 74 b Stokenham ^ Whitley, Thurlestone, with her daughter Mary and her husband Henry BEVELL

d 19Oct1866 @ 80; bur Thurlestone. Named on same memorial: her husband William and her sister Marey

son    Ambros MITCHLMORE

chr 13Jun1788 Sherford

bur 11Aug1791 Stokenham, "pauper" (Ambrose MICHELMORE)

son    William MICHELMORE

chr 15May1791 Stokenham

son    Robert MITCHELMORE

chr 11May1794 Stokenham

Click to enlarge

Gravestone of sisters Marey and Sarah in Thurlestone churchyard

 

Sarah's son-in-law Henry BEVELL was a brother of her niece Agnes.

 


Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 0335

head  Richard MITCHELMORE

chr 13Nov1739 Stokenham

m 30Apr1766 Stokenham, TUCKER

1781 ^ Chillington

d 3Jun1822 Chillington @ 85; bur Stokenham @ 85. Named on same memorial: his wife Elizabeth and his children John and Elizabeth

sp      Elizabeth TUCKER

(b 1731)

m 30Apr1766 Stokenham

d 3May1816 @ 85; bur Stokenham personal communication

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr 26Feb1772 Stokenham (Elisth)

bur 7Jan1776 Stokenham

d 1772; bur Stokenham (?)

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 11Mar1779 Stokenham

d 23May1781 Stokenham

dau    Betty MITCHELMORE

chr 23Jan1785 Stokenham

bur 8Jan1797 Stokenham

 

This family was previously in Tree 112.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The absence of a forename, day or month suggests that Elisabeth's gravestone was badly degraded and the year unclear.


Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 2058

head  John MITCHELMORE

chr 20Apr1743 Stokenham

1Nov1770 carpinter @ 28 b Stockinham ^ Stockinham: sailed in the brig James from Bay of Bulls NL, discharged Dartmouth 23Nov1770

m 17Jan1775 Stokenham

bur 10Aug1815 Stokenham @ 72 ^ Torcross

28Sep1815 shipwright of Tor Cross ^ Dartmouth: will proved, estate valued at ₤100 left to wife Mary UK wills & probates

sp       Mary BASTARD

(b 1747)

m 17Jan1775 Stokenham

bur 7Feb1829 Stokenham @ 82

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, John's estate would have been equivalent to about £90,000 today.


Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 0330

head  Nicholas MITCHELMORE

chr 21Feb1756 Stokenham

?1781/82 (all three musters): private in South Devon Militia, Lt Col Ilbert's company, later Capt Widdicombe's British Army records

m 14Nov1815 Chivelstone, ROGERS

d 3Jul1830 Chillington @ 71; bur Chivelstone Ford. Named on same memorial: his wife Mary

sp       Mary ROGERS

(b 1773)

m 14Nov1815 Chivelstone

d 2Dec1825 @ 53; bur Chivelstone Ford

The army record may refer to a different Nicholas.

Click to enlarge

Family memorial


Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 2061

head  John MITCHAMORE

chr [20Feb1753] Chivelstone

m 3Aug1781 Stokenham: John MITCHELMORE; Sarah JEFFARY; witness [bride's father] Christopher JEFFERY

1798 ^ Stokenham: took George JEFFERY as an apprentice UK legal documents

1814 ^ Stokenham: took Sarah JEFFERY as an apprentice UK legal documents

bur 20Mar1835 Stokenham @ 78

d 18Mar1835 Stokenham: labourer; probate granted 16Apr1835 to Thomas JEFFERY ^ Stokenham, fisherman, and Sarah EDWARDS (wife of Richard EDWARDS ^ Stokenham, labourer), estate under £100, bequests (including Popes and Tuckers tenements in West Charleton) to brother-in-law Thomas JEFFERY and Thomas's daughter Sarah EDWARDS UK wills & probates

sp     Sarah JEFFERY

chr 27Aug1754 Stokenham

m 3Aug1781 Stokenham

bur 26May1833 Stokenham @ 77

 

 

 

 

George (chr 1792) and Sarah (chr 1802) JEFFERY were both children of his brother-in-law Thomas. Sarah married Richard EDWARDS in 1826.

 

In relation to average earnings, John's estate would have been equivalent to about £80,000 today.


Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 0254

head  George MITCHALMORE

chr [21May1754] Chivelstone

m 17Feb1778 Chivelstone

d 29Mar1833 @ 78; bur Chivelstone. Named on the same memorial: his wife Mary, his children John, George and Miriam and George's wife Elizabeth (MITCHELMORE)

bur 1Apr1833 Chivelstone @ 78 ^ Allington

sp       Mary EDWARDS

chr 17Jun1757 Chivelstone

m 17Feb1778 Chivelstone

d 15May1836 @ 78; bur Chivelstone (MITCHELMORE)

bur 18May1836 Chivelstone @ 79 ^ Alvington [Allington]. Named on same memorial: his wife Mary, children John, George and Miriam, and George's wife Elizabeth

son    John MOTCHAMORE

chr [1Jan1779] Chivelstone

1841 farmer @ 60 b Devon ^ South Allington, Chivelstone. Also in household: James FAIRWEATHER, farmer [husband of John's sister Janney]

184x occupier of 1.2 ha of land at Pitt, Chivelstone

d 9Oct1850 @ 71; bur Chivelstone (MITCHELMORE)

bur 12Oct1850 Chivelstone @ 71 ^ South Pool

dau    Elizabeth MITCHAMORE

chr [27Nov1780] Chivelstone

m 16Oct1800 Tormoham, Thomas SATCHWILL [1841 tailor]

1841 @ 60 b Devon ^ Madreport Place, Tormoham

1851 @ 70 b Chivelstone ^ 6 Madrepore Place, Tormoham

d 1855.1 Newton Abbot (SATCHWELL)

dau    Mary MICTHAMORE

chr [03Feb1783] Chivelstone

dau    Susanna MICTHAMORE

chr [20Sep1784] Chivelstone

m 28Apr1812 Chivelstone, Benjamin EDWARDS [1851 blacksmith] (MITCHELMORE)

1851 @ 66 b Chivelstone ^ East Portlemouth

dau    Grace MICTHAMORE

chr [01Dec1786] Chivelstone

m 27Jul1814 Totnes, Oliver WOODLEY [1851 malster journeyman]

1851 @ 64 b South Allington ^ Behind the Walls West, Totnes

dau    Sarah MICTHAMORE

chr [03Aug1788] Chivelstone

1811 South Pool: 3rd banns read 17Nov for John ADAMS and Sarah MICTHAMORE

m 26Nov1811 Chivelstone, John ADAMS [1851 farmer 44 acres]

dau Miriam Mitchelmore ADAMS

b 20Oct1817

chr 24Mar1820 Chivelstone Ford

m 1845.2 Kingsbridge, William QUARM

m 26May1845 South Pool: William QUARM, painter ^ Kingsbridge, father George QUARM, painter; Miriam Mitchelmore ADAMS ^ South Pool, father John ADAMS, malster

1851 @ 33 b South Pool ^ Fore Street, Kingsbridge (Miriam)

1861 @ 43 b South Pool ^ Fore Street, Kingsbridge (Miriam)

dau Sarah Mitchamore QUARM

b 1855.1 Kingsbridge

1861 @ 6 b Kingsbridge ^ Fore Street, Kingsbridge with parents

1881 @ 26 b South Pool ^ 1 South Place, Dodbrooke with parents

d 1924.1 Kingsbridge @ 68 (Sarah M)

d Jan 1924 Kingsbridge @ 68 ^ 1 South Place (Sarah Mitchelmore) UK newspaper announcements

d 3Jan1924 1 South View, Kingsbridge: spinster; probate granted 8Apr1924 London to Charles Edwin JOLIFFE retired Wesleyan minister and Robert McAll STEWART gentleman, estate
₤4089 2s 1d UK wills & probates

1881 @ 63 b South Pool ^ 1 South Place, Dodbrooke

d 1903.3 Kingsbridge @ 86 (Miriam M)

d 9Sep1903 South Place, Kingbridge: widow; probate granted 22Apr1904 Exeter to Robert Adams QUARM painter and Sarah Mitchelmore QUARM spinster, estate ₤1625 12s 10d UK wills & probates

dau Elizabeth Grace ADAMS

b 23Jan1820

chr 24Mar1820 Chivelstone Ford

m 1848.3 Kingsbridge, James BROWSE [1851 labourer]

1851 @ 31 b South Pool ^ South Pool (Elizabeth)

dau Mary Mitchamore BROWSE

b 1857.4 Kingsbridge

chr 6Dec1857 South Pool

1861 @ 3 b South Pool ^ South Pool Village with parents

1881 housemaid @ 24 b South Pool ^ Kencontre, Kents Road, Tormoham; head Anna CAMPBELL

m 1883.1 Stepney, Richard Francis MASTERS (Mary Mitchelmore)

m 11Feb1882 St Dunstan, Stepney: Richard Francis MASTERS, mariner, father George MASTERS, labourer; Mary Mitchelmore BROWSE, father James BROWSE, deceased

1901 @ 43 b South Pool ^ 7 Selbourne Road , Ilford, Essex (Mary)

1911 @ 53 b South Pool ^ 12 Allenhays Road, Salcombe

d 1933.1 Kingsbridge @ 76 (Mary M)

1861 @ 41  b South Pool ^ South Pool Village (Elizabeth)

d 1887.4 Kingsbridge @ 67

dau Mary Mitchamore ADAMS

chr 15Dec1828 Chivelstone Ford

m 1851.3 St Pancras

m 23Aug1851 St Pancras, London, Richard ARUNDELL [1881 carpenter]

dau Sarah Jane Mitchamore ARUNDELL

b 1862.2 Kensington

b 186x Paddington

1881 @ 18 b Paddington ^ Knowle House, 9 Grove Terrace, Chiswick with widowed father

d 1941.1 Watford (Sarah J M)

d 1869.2 Kingsbridge (Mary)

1851 @ 62 b South Pool ^ South Pool

d Nov1868 Chivelstone personal communication

son    George MICTHAMORE

chr [21Sep1790] Chivelstone

son    Samuel MICTHAMORE

chr [01Oct1792] Chivelstone

dau    Miriam MITCHAMORE

chr [18Jan1796] Chivelstone

d 21Mar1804 @ 8; bur Chivelstone

bur 24Mar1804 Chivelstone

dau    Janney MITCHAMORE

chr [10Dec1797] Chivelstone

1824 Tamerton Foliot : 3rd banns read 31Oct for James FAIRWEATHER and Jenny MITCHAMORE ^ South Allington, Chivelstone

m 2Nov1824 Chivelstone: James FAIRWEATHER ^ Tamerton; Jenny MITCHAMORE

dau Mary Anne Mitchemore FAIRWEATHER

chr 20Jan1828 Tamerton Foliott

1841 @ 10 b Devon ^ South Allington, Chivelstone with parents

m1 1854.1 London, John WHITE

1861 @ 34 b Devonshire ^ Bermondsey with husband (Mary J). Also in household: her father James FAIRWEATHER @ 63 b Devon

m2 1863.2 East London, William PRINGLE (Mary Ann Mitchamore FAIRWEATHER)

1881 mineral water manufacturer, widow @ 53 b Tavistock ^ 149 Camden Street, Birmingham (Mary A M)

1901 widow @ 73 b Folliot, Devon ^ 113 Somerfield Crescent, Lady Wood, Birmingham (Mary A M)

1911 @ 83 b Tamerton ^ 24 Salisbury Avenue, Goole, Yorkshire with daughter Clara (Mary Ann Mitchmore)

d 1919.1 Goole @ 91 (Mary A M)

 

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Family memorial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This was John ADAMS's third and last marriage. personal communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Sarah's estate would have been equivalent to about £750,000 today.

 

In relation to average earnings, Miriam's estate would have been equivalent to about ₤670,000 today.


Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 0337

head  Solomon MITCHELMORE

chr 10Apr1767 Stokenham

m 9Jun1791 Stokenham: Solomon MUCHAMORE; Dorothy JELLARD; witnesses [brother] Peter MITCHELMORE, Andrew P JELLARD

1787-1805 yeoman ^ Stokenham: took several local children as apprentices UK legal documents

1799 ^ Stokenham, eligible for jury duty Early UK population returns

d 13Nov1806 @ 36; bur Stokenham. Named on same memorial: his uncle William

bur 17Nov1806 Stokenham

sp      Dorothy JELLARD

(b 1754)

m 9Jun1791 Stokenham

d Nov1836 Dodbrooke (?) UK newspaper announcements

d 20Oct1836 Dodbrooke: widow, formerly ^ Coombe, East Allington; probate granted 1Nov1836 to Mary Bastard HYNE ^ West Heartly, Blackawton (wife of John HYNE ^ Jersey, gentleman), estate under £200, left to Mary HYNE UK wills & probates

bur 31Oct1836 Dodbrooke @ 82

 

Since his father's wife had died in Jan1762, Solomon was either illegitimate or he was at least 5 yr old when he was baptised.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Dorothy's estate would have been equivalent to about £150,000 today.


Tree 05

Generation 4

Family 2066

head  Peter MITCHELMORE

chr 9May1758 Stokenham

1799-1825 yeoman ^ Stokenham: took several local children as apprentices UK legal documents

1799 ^ Stokenham, eligible for jury dury Early UK population returns

m 16Jan1806 Stokenham, TROUT, by license

d 13Feb1829 @ [illegible]; bur Stokenham. Named on the same memorial: his wife Anne

bur 16Feb1829 Stokenham @ 70 ^ Killaton

sp      Anne TROUT

chr 9Dec1766 Stokenham, "daughter of Joseph & Grace"

m 16Jan1806 Stokenham (Ann)

1841 independent means @ 70 b Devon ^ Chillington, Stokenham (Ann)

1851 retired dairy woman @ 84 b Stokenham ^ Kellaton, Stokenham (Ann MICHELMORE). Also in household: servant Mary HANNAFORD

d Mar1850; bur Stokenham (Ann)

d 1Jan1856 Kellaton: widow; probate granted 19Jan1856 to nephew John ROPER, gentleman ^ Blackawton, formerly ^ Cornworthy, bequests to nephews Joseph & Robert TROUT, William LORAM, William & James HARLEY, nieces Sally LOGAN, Ann ELICE?, and Mary PEPPRELL of Torcross, grandniece Ann ISSELL of Dartmouth, grandnephew Thomas ISSELL of Dartmouth, and servant Mary HANIFORD, estate under £200 (MICHLEMORE) UK wills & probates

bur 7Jan1856 Stokenham @ 58 ^ Killaton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The TROUT/TRUTE family is well-known in the area; there is still a Trout's Apartments (formerly Trout's Hotel) in Hallsands.

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Anne's estate would have been equivalent to about £140,000 today.

 
Generation 5

Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 1625

head  John MICHELMORE

chr 2Jul1749 Sherford

m 19Apr1784 Sherford, WILLIAMS (MITCHELMORE)

1786, 1796 Sherford

bur 6Sep1805 Sherford (MICHALMORE)

sp      Joanna WILLIAMS

(b 1752)

m 19Apr1784 Sherford

bur 19Oct1814 Sherford @ 62 ^ Frogmore

dau    Joana MICHLMORE

chr 6Jan1785 Sherford

m 24Apr1813 Sherford: John MOORE ^ West Alvington; Joana MITCHELMORE; with consent of parents

1816 ^ Frogmore

dau Elizabeth Mitchelmore MOOR

chr 2Jun1816 Sherford

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 10Dec1786 Stokenham, "son of John & Jean"

bur 21Jun1812 Sherford

son    Thomas MITCHELMORE

chr 20Mar1791 Slapton, "son of John & Johanna"

dau   Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

(b 1792)

bur 17Feb1815 Sherford @ 23 ^ Frogmore

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 24Jul1796 Stokenham


Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 1627

head  Augustine MICHELMORE

chr 13Mar1754 East Allington

m 1Dec1778 Sherford, EARL (Austin)

soldier

bur 20Nov1790 Sherford, "pauper" (Austing)

sp      Jane EARL

b 175x

m 1Dec1778 Sherford

bur 4May1838 Moreleigh ^ West Allington

son    Austin MITCHELMORE

chr 18Apr1779 Sherford

bur 20Nov1790 Sherford

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 18Feb1781 Sherford

dau    Nancy MITCHELMORE

chr 9Nov1783 Sherford

son    Nicholas MITCHELMORE

chr 9Mar1788 Sherford

dau    Jane MUCHAMORE

chr 23Jul1786 Sherford

3Jul1798 Sherford: apprenticed to Samuel CORNISH of Chivelstone UK legal documents

m1 12Sep1815 West Alvington, Joseph CRANCH (labourer, d 1855)

1815-1829 ^ West Alvington

1841 ^ West Alvington

1851 parish pay @ 67 b Sherford ^ West Alvington village

m2 5Feb1856 Kingsbridge: John DAMARELL, widower; Jane MICHELMORE, widow @ 61 ^ West Alvington, father Austin MICHELMORE deceased, soldier

son    William MITCHLMORE

chr 27Jun1790 Sherford

12Apr1800 ^ Sherford: apprenticed to John EVANS, churchwarden UK legal documents

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jane was Joseph's third wife.


Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 1030

head  William MUCHMOOR

chr 26Dec1784 East Allington

m 6Oct1814 Churchstow: William MICHYMORE, sojourner; Mary HILL; witness William HILL, with consent of friends

1815-1831 labourer ^ Churchstow

1825 witness at wedding of Charlotte 1618

1841 agricultural labourer @ 54 b Devon ^ Village, Churchstow [next door to his sister-in-law Elizabeth]. Also in household: his granddaughter Sarah [his daughter Mary Ann's illegitimate daughter]

184x occupier of house on 76 m2 land in Churchstow Early UK population returns

1851 agricultural labourer @ 68 b Churchstow ^ Churchstow [next door to his son William] (MITCHEMORE).

1861 widower @ 77 b East Allington ^ West Alvington with daughter Elizabeth and her husband

d 1863.1 Kingsbridge

d 12Mar1863 West Alvington @ 79, farm labourer; apoplexy 2 months; informant Ann BENNETT ^ West Alvington

bur 15Mar1863 Churchstow @ 79 ^ West Alvington

sp      Mary HILL

chr 26Aug1787 Churchstow, "daughter of William HILL and Joan his wife"

m 6Oct1814 Churchstow

1841 @ 60 ^ East Allington with Ann LEGG and Elizabeth HOBBS

1851 @ 66 b Churchstow ^ Churchstow

d 1857.2 Kingsbridge

d 3Jun1857 Churchstow @ 72, wife of William MITCHELMORE, labourer; ch[ronic] gastritis 5 weeks; informant Maria Morris MITCHELMORE ^ Churchstow, present at the death

bur 7Jun1857 Churchstow @ 72

dau    Mary Ann MITCHELMORE

chr 3Jan1815 Churchstow

dau    Jane MITCHELMORE

chr 11Aug1816 Churchstow

m 3Aug1834 Kingston, Philip DAVIS

dau Mary Ann Davis MICHELMORE

chr 18May1834 Kingston

1851 @ 16 b Kingston ^ Bath Street, Plymouth St Andrew with parents (Mary Ann DAVIS)

m 3Aug1834 Kingston, Philip DAVIS [1851 labourer], "with consent of parents"

1851 @ 35 b Churchstow ^ Bath Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1861 nurse @ 44 ^ Love Street, Plymouth St Andrew

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 5Apr1818 Churchstow

bur 7Apr1818 Churchstow

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr 11Jul1819 Churchstow

1839 South Milton: 3rd banns read 24Mar for William FORD and Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

m 1839.2 Kingsbridge

m 18Apr1839 South Milton, William FORD

1841 @ 20 ^ South Downs, South Milton

1851 work in the fields @ 31 b Churchstow ^ Washbrook, West Alvington

1861 @ 42 ^ West Alvington

1871 ^ Higher Street, West Alvington

1881 @ 61 b Churstow ^ West Alvington village

1891 widow @ 71 b Churchstow ^ West Alvington village

d 1898.1 Kingsbridge @ 78

dau    Maria MITCHELMORE

chr 30Sep1821 Churchstow

1851 unm domestic servant @ 36 b Churchstow ^ 72-73 Fore Street, Stoke Damerel (MITCHIRMORE); head: Wm. Treeby CHABE

m 1851.2 Stoke Damerel (MICHMORE)

m 28Jun1851 Stoke Damerel: Richard HANCOCK, labourer @ 24 ^ 12 Granby Ope, father William HANCOCK, labourer; Maria MICHMORE @ 27 ^ 73 Fore Street, father William MICHMORE, labourer

1871 washerwoman, widow @ 51 b Churchstow ^ 5 Geakes Alley, Morice Town, Stoke Damerel

1881 charwoman, widow @ 57 b Kingsbridge ^ 17 Granby Street, Stoke Damerel

d 1884.3 Stoke Damerel @ 56

bur 13Aug1884 Stoke Damerel @ 56 ^ Granby Street, "died 9th"

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 13Jan1825 Churchstow

dau    Ann MITCHELMORE

chr 9Sep1827 Churchstow

1841 @ 13 b Devon ^ Village, Churchstow with father

1851 unm @ 23 b Churchstow ^ Churchstow with parents

m 185x, Edward Saunders CLARK

dau Mary CLARK

b 1Apr1859 Dodbrooke, "father Edward CLARK, seaman, mother: Ann CLARK formerly MICHELMORE; informant William G ELLIOTT, occupier Dodbrooke” (Mary)

1861 nurse child @ 2 b Dodbrooke ^ West Alvington village (Mary MITCHELMORE); head: John PERRING

1871 servant @ 12 b Churchton [Churchstow] ^ Duke Street, Kingsbridge (Mary MITCHELMORE); head: Nicholas COX

1875 moved to New Zealand, resumed surname CLARKE personal communication

d 10Apr1859 Dodbrooke @ 31, wife of Edward CLARK, a seaman; cause puerperal fever 2 dy; informant Mary STONE ^ Dodbrooke

bur 12Apr1859 Churstow @ 31 ^ Dodbrooke

dau    Sarah MITCHELMORE

chr 17Apr1831 Churchstow

bur 7Jun1831 Churchstow @ 3 mo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary's father moved to Australia in 1859 (and subsequently to New Zealand) and she was given her mother's maiden name after he failed to return. personal communication

 

 

 

 

Puerperal fever is septicaemia following childbirth. (Ann died 9 days after Mary's birth.)


Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 1618

head  John MUCHAMORE

chr 23Nov1777 Loddiswell

m1 3Jul1796 Churchstow, MORRIS (MUCHAMORE)

m2 30Jun1815 Plymstock: John MUCHMORE, sojourner; Mary ROWLEY, widow

1841 @ 65 b Devon ^ Plymstock

1851 widower, pauper, sole head @ 73 b Lodswell ^ Plymstock (MICHALMORE)

d 1855.3 Plympton

bur 12Jul1855 Plympton St Mary @ 72 [sic]

sp1    Elizabeth MORRIS

(b 1780)

m1 3Jul1796 Churchstow, MUCHAMORE

m2 7Feb1815 Churchstow, George HAMBLING, "with consent of parents" (MITCHAELMORE)

1841 @ 60 ^ Charters Place, Churchstow [next door to her brother-in-law William]

d 1848.3 Kingsbridge

bur 3Sep1848 Churchstow @ 75

dau    Jenny MUCHAMORE

chr 29Nov1796 Churchstow

dau    Mary MUCHAMORE

chr 10Feb1799 Churchstow

m 4Apr1832 South Milton: John NUTE [1851 farmer]; Mary MUCHAMOOR; witnesses [brother] John MITCHELMORE and [half sister] Maria MITHTCHELMORE

1841 @ 40 b Devon ^ Dearbridge Mill, Slapton

1851 @ 51 b Churchstow ^ Brookhill Farm, Brixham

1861 @ 61 b Churchstow ^ Brownston Farm House, Brixham

1871 farmer 207 acres, widow @ 70 b Churchstow ^ Brownston Farm, Brixham

d 1877.2 Totnes @ 78

bur 21Jun1877 Kingswear @ 78 ^ Brownstone

son    William MUCHAMORE

b 5Nov1801

chr 29Dec1801 Churchstow

bur 22Nov1830 Churchstow @ 29

d 19Nov1830; bur Churchstow (MITCHLMORE)

dau    Charlotte MUCHEMORE

chr 29Jul1804 Churchstow

m 28Apr1825 Churchstow: William MASTERS, husbandman ^ Thurlestone; Charlotte MITCHELMORE; witness [brother?] William MITCHELMORE, "with consent of friends"

son    John MICHELMORE

chr 31May1807 Churchstow

sdau  Maria Morris MITCHELMORE

chr 26Nov1809 Churchstow, "base child of Elizabeth"

1841 @ 30 b Devon ^ Charters Place, Churchstow with mother and stepfather

1851 unm servant @ 40 b Churchstow ^ Culverwell, Churchstow (MITCHEMORE); head: Thomas CAMP, farm bailiff

3Jun1857 present at the death of Mary

m 1860.2 Kingsbridge, Joseph MASTERS

1881 widowed charwoman @ 71 b Churchstow ^ Thurlestone

d 1889.2 Kingsbridge (Maria)

sp2    Mary WESTON

chr 20Mar1774 Exeter St David

m1 6Oct1802 Plymstock, Thomas ROWLEY

m2 30Jun1815 Plymstock, MITCHELMORE

1841 @ 65 b Devon ^ Plymstock

d 1850.3 Plympton

bur 13Aug1850 Plymstock @ 75

son    John MICHELMORE

(b 1812)

1Aug1832 blacksmith @ 20 ^ Plymstock: army deserter, 84th Foot British Army records

 

It appears that John deserted his wife about 1808 and settled in Plymstock, where he had a child and married after the requisite 7 year period had elapsed.

 

Elizabeth may have required the consent of parents for her second marriage because she was technically still married. Her parents may have attested to the fact that her first husband had not been seen for the past 7 years.

 

Both John and Elizabeth took advantage of the condition the church appears to have accepted in place of divorce, which was very difficult to obtain at the time.

 

 

The 1832 marriage register entry highlights the inconsistencies in spelling the family name before the advent of universal education.

 

 

 

Click to enlarge

William's memorial

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maria was born a year or two after her mother had been deserted.

 

Maria's husband was a brother of the husband of her half-sister Charlotte.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 84th (York and Lancaster) Regiment of Foot was stationed in Jamaica from 1827 to 1839.


Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 2034

head  James MITCHELMORE

chr 13Jan1793 Wolborough St mary

m 27Oct1814 Trinity Bay NL: James MITCHELMORE ^ Newton Bushel; Sarah MACGRATH, daughter of the late Philip and Catherine of this Harbour

?1880 widower @ 79 b England ^ Brooklyn NY

sp      Sarah MACGRATH

b 178x

m 27Oct1814 Trinity Bay

25Dec1858 left letter at New York City Post Office (Sarah R MICHMORE) North American life events

dau    Sarah Mercia MICHELMORE

chr 10Dec1817 Poole St James, Dorset

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Poole St James is known locally as "the fishermen's church".


Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 2076

head  Thomas MICHELMORE

chr 9Dec1804 Wolborough St Mary

m 21Jul1822 Tiverton: Thomas MITCHELMORE, sojourner; Ann MORTIMORE

1823 labourer (MITCHELMORE)

1827 sailor (MITCHELMORE)

d before 1838

sp      Ann MORTIMORE

b 179x

m1 21Jul1822 Tiverton, MITCHELMORE

m2 1838.4 Tiverton

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 18May1823 Tiverton

dau    Harriet MITCHELMORE

chr 22Apr1827 Tiverton

1841 lace chender @ 15 b Devon ^ Sewards Buildings, Leat Street, Tiverton; head: Sarah MORTIMORE, independent means

m 1853.4 Bristol

m 21Dec1853 Temple Church, Bristol : William CROCKER, tailor @ 22 ^ 7 Avon Street, father Thomas CROCKER, dairyman; Harriet MITCHELMORE @ 21 ^ Temple Street, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, sailor

d 1859.4 Bristol

 

This family was previously in Tree 401.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1841, Harriet may have been living with a relation of her mother.


Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 0423

head  Andrew MITCHELMORE

chr 19Mar1820 Wesleyan Chapel, West Teignmouth

1851 unmarried sawyer @ 31 b Highweek ^ Mount Pleasant, Teigngrace; servant to Henry TOZER sawyer @ 39

m 1852.2 Exeter

m 21Jun1852 Exeter St Olave: Andrew MITCHELMORE, sawyer @ 33 ^ Galley's Court, Exeter, father Andrew MITCHELMORE, letter carrier; Mary Ann SCOBLE, servant @ 27 ^ Bartholomew Yard, Exeter, father Henry SCOBLE, shipwright

1861 sawyer @ 41 b Highweek ^ Wolborough (MICHALMORE)

1866 sawyer ^ Newton Abbot

1871 labourer @ 51 b Highweek ^ White's Court, Wolborough

Nov1872 in charge of store of Messrs Watts & Bearns, coal merchants, Newton Abbot: admonished by magistrate for not reporting incorrect weighing balance UK legal documents

d 1879.1 Newton Abbot @ 58

bur 25Feb1879 Wolborough @ 58

sp      Mary Ann SCOBLE

(b 1823) Shaldon

m 1852.2 Exeter

m 21Jun1852 Exeter St Olave

1861 @ 37 b St Nicholas, Devon ^ Wolborough (MICHALMORE)

1871 @ 47 b St Nicholas ^ White's Court, Wolborough

1881 widow @ 57 b Shaldon ^ Compton Place, St Marychurch with son James (Mary A MICHELMORE)

1901 inmate, widow @ 77 b Shaldon ^ St Wilfred's Home for Aged Women [run by the Sisters of Mercy], Exeter (M A)

1911 inmate, widow @ 87 b Shaldon ^ 37 Bartholomew Street East, Exeter; head: Alice COBB, Sister of Mercy

d 1913.2 Exeter @ 89 (Mary A)

bur 14Jun1913 Wolborough @ 89 ^ St Wilfred's Home, Exeter

dau    Elizabeth Selina MITCHELMORE

b 1853.2 Newton Abbot (Elizabeth)

1861 @ 8 b Stockinhead [Stokeinteignhead] ^ Wolborough with parents (Elizabeth P MICHALMORE)

1871 domestic servant (housemaid) @ 18 b Shaldon ^ 6 Victoria Terrace, Heavitree (Elizabeth MICHAMORE); head: Matthew HUSBAND, wholesale druggist

1881 unm housemaid @ 30 b Shaldon ^ Manor House, Abbottskerswell (Elizabeth MICHELMORE); head: William CREED, solicitor. Also in household: Sarah [Tree 01]

7Feb1883 arrived Bombay aboard Cathay from London (Miss ?) British Indian records

m 9Feb1883 St John the Evangelist, Colaba, Bombay: John THOMPSON, orderly room sergeant, 1st Btn Rrifle Brigade ^ Ahmednagar , father Reuben THOMPSON; Elizabeth Selina MITCHELMORE ^ Colaba , father Andrew MITCHELMORE British Indian records

dau    Mary Ann Scoble MITCHELMORE

b 1853.3 Stoke Damerel

d 1854.1 Stoke Damerel

son    James Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1855.3 Newton Abbot

son    Andrew MITCHELMORE

b 1857.4 Newton Abbot

son    John William Scott MITCHELMORE

b 1860.1 Newton Abbot

dau    Sarah Jane MITCHELMORE

b 1862.4 Newton Abbot

1871 scholar @ 8 b Wolborough ^ White's Court, Wolborough with parents (Sarah J)

m1 1885.3 Newton Abbot

m1 17Jul1885 Abbotskerswell: Arthur Charles CUMES, railway fireman ^ Penzance; Sarah Jane MITCHELMORE, domestic servant ^ Abbotskerswell, father Andrew MITCHELMORE, sawyer; witness [brother] James Henry MITCHELMORE

1901 @ 38 b Newton Abbot ^ Exeter St Thomas

1905 Dartmouth St Clement: 3rd banns read 11Jun for Charles HORSWELL and Sarah Jane MITCHELMORE

m2 1905.3 Totnes

1911 @ 48 b Newton Abbot ^ 2 Bury Road, Highweek

d 1946.1 Plymouth @ 84

son    Joseph Benjamin MITCHELMORE

b 1865.2 Newton Abbot

chr 1Mar1866 Wolborough St Paul

d 1866.1 Newton Abbot @ 0

bur 11Mar1866 Wolborough @ 10 mo

son    William Benjamin MITCHELMORE

b 1867.1 Newton Abbot

 


Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 0402

head  James MITCHELMORE

chr 11Feb1827 Wesleyan Chapel, West Teignmouth

1841 apprentice shoemaker @ 14 b Devon ^ Highweek Street, Highweek Newton Bushel; head: John UNDERHAY, shoemaker

1851 shoemaker @ 24 b Newton Bushel ^ St Aubyn Ope, Stoke Damerel, lodging with John SCOTT, hair dresser (Jas.)

m 1851.2 Plymouth

m 4May1851 Plymouth Ebenezer Methodist Chapel, ELLIOTT personal communication

1860 ^ Plympton

1861 overlooker, Royal Laboratory @ 34 b Newton Bushel ^ Bull Point Cottages, St Budeaux

1862 foreman to Laboratory (Dock Yard) personal communication

1871 shoemaker and turnpike gate keeper @ 44 b Newton Bushel ^ Millbrook Cottages, St Budeaux (MICHELMORE)

1881 shoemaker @ 54 b Newton Bushel ^ Kings Tamerton, St Budeaux

1891 shoemaker @ 64 b Newton Bushell ^ Kings Tamerton, St Budeaux

1892 paid parish rate on a house and garden at Kings Tamerton, St Budeaux UK street & trade directories

1901 pensioner from civil service @ 74 b Newton, Devon ^ Kings Tamerton, Devonport

1903 shoemaker ^ 28 Clifford Terrace, Plymouth

d 1903.2 Devonport @ 76

sp      Mary Ann ELLIOTT

(b 1830) St Budeaux

m 1851.2 Plymouth

m 4May1851 Plymouth Ebenezer Methodist Chapel personal communication

1861 @ 31 b Devonport ^ Bull Point Cottages, St Budeaux

1871 @ 41 b Devonport ^ Millbrook Cottages, St Budeaux (Mary A)

1881 @ 51 b Devonport ^ Kings Tamerton, St Budeaux

1891 @ 61 b Devonport ^ Kings Tamerton, St Budeaux

1901 @ 71 b Devonport ^ Kings Tamerton, Devonport (Mary A)

1911 boarder @ 82 b Devonport ^ 12 High Leigh Terrace, St Budeaux, Devonport

d 1914.1 Devonport @ 84 (Mary A)

dau    Elizabeth Mary Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1852.2 Stoke Damerel

1861 scholar @ 9 b Devonport ^ Bull Point Cottages, St Budeaux with parents (Elizabeth)

1871 servant domestic (out of employment) @18 b Devonport ^ Millbrook Cottages, St Budeaux with parents (Elizabeth)

m 1873.3 Stoke Damerel, George Augustus NEWMAN [1881 soldier, private army hospital corps] (Elizabeth Mary A)

chr 25Oct1878 Belgaum, Bombay, India British Indian records

1881 @ 28 b Devonport ^ Army Hospital Corps Depot, Aldershot with family

1911 @ 58 b Devonport ^ St Peter's Barracks , Jersey (Elizabeth Mary Anne Mitchelmore NEWMAN)

d 1934.3 Plymouth (Elizabeth M A)

dau    Emma Jane MITCHELMORE

b 1855.2 Stoke Damerel

1861 scholar @ 6 b Devonport ^ Bull Point Cottages, St Budeaux with parents

1871 @ 16 b Devonport ^ Millbrook Cottages, St Budeaux with parents (Emma J)

m 1878.2 Plympton

m 8Jun1878 St Budeaux: James SHIELDS, soldier @ 32 ^ Devonport, father Thomas SHIELDS, book binder; Emma Jane MITCHELMORE @ 23 ^ Kings Tamerton, father James MITCHELMORE, shoemaker; witness [father] James MITCHELMORE

chr 13Dec1907 Plymouth St Budeaux ^ 28 Clifford Terrace, "married woman"

d 1938.4 Plymouth @ 83 (Emma J)

dau    Louise Powell MITCHELMORE

b 1857.4 Stoke Damerel

1861 @ 3 b Devonport ^ Bull Point Cottages, St Budeaux with parents (Louisa Cornell)

1871 @ 13 b Devonport ^ Millbrook Cottages, St Budeaux with parents (Louisa)

m 1876.4 Stoke Damerel, William LINSDELL (Louisa)

son Henry Michelmore LINSDELL

b 1884.2 Taunton

b 4May1884

chr 18Feb1896 Plymouth St Peter

1891 scholar @ 6 b Taunton ^ 28 Clarence Place, East Stonehouse with parents

m 1905.3 Devonport, Ida May ANNELL (Harry Mitchelmore)

1911 @ 27 ^ Plymouth (Harry)

1919 hairdresser ^ 2 Frankfort Buildings, Frankfort Street, Plymouth UK street & trade directories

d 1953.3 Surrey N @ 69 (Henry M)

1891 @ 33 b Devonport ^ 28 Clarence Place, East Stonehouse (Louisa)

1896 ^ Flora Hall, Union Street

d 1938.4 Plymouth @ 81 (Louisa P)

son    John Elliott MITCHELMORE

b 1860.1 Plympton

d 1860.4 Plympton

bur 7Dec1860 Stoke Damerel @ 9 mo ^ Plympton

son    James MITCHELMORE

b 1861.4 Plympton

d 1861.4 Plympton

bur 10Dec1861 Stoke Damerel @ 5 wk

son    Andrew MITCHELMORE

b 1862.4 Plympton

son    James MITCHELMORE

b 1865 St Budeaux personal communication


Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 0150

head  James MITCHELMORE

chr 10Mar1799 Chivelstone Ford

1808 Stokenham: apprenticed to John PEARSE, yeoman UK legal documents

m 31Aug1828 Stokenham

1828 yeoman ^Coleridge

1841 thatcher @ 40 b Devon ^ Chillington, Stokenham

1851 thatcher @ 53 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham

d 1861.2 Kingsbridge

d 6Apr1861 Chillington @ 62; bur Chivelstone Ford

sp      Rebecca RIDER

(b 1800) Stokenham

m 31Aug1828 Stokenham

1841 @ 40 b Devon ^ Chillington, Stokenham

1851 @ 51 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham

1861 widowed agricultural labourer @ 60 b Stokenham ^ Chillington

1871 head, widow @ 72 b Chillington, Stokenham

1881 family charwoman @ 82 b Stokenham. Also in household: her sister Elizabeth RYDER

d 1886.4 Kingsbridge @ 86

d 12Dec1886 @ 86; bur Stokenham. Named on same memorial: her son James

bur 16Dec1886 Stokenham @ 86 ^ Chillington

dau    Susanna MITCHELMORE

chr 28Sep1828 Stokenham

1841 @ 12 b Devon ^ Chillington, Stokenham with parents (Susan)

1851 house servant @ 22 b Stokenham ^ Compton, Marldon; head: Richard WHITEWAY, farmer

1861 unm servant @ 32 b Stokingham, housemaid at Sydenham Villa, St Marychurch (Susana MICHELMORE); head: Elizabeth WHITEWAY

1870 awarded prize by the Newton Abbot Agricultural Society for living under the same roof as her employer for 20 yr 4 mo (Susan MICHELMORE) UK life events

1871 servant @ 42 b Stokenham ^ Linton House, St Marychurch (Susan); head: Elizabeth WHITEWAY

1881 cook domestic @ 55 b Stokenham ^ 4 Spencer Hill, Wimbledon, Surrey; head: Edward NETTLESHIP, oculist

d 1891.1 Newton Abbot @ 62 (Susan)

d 6Mar1891 Stokeinteignhead: spinster; probate granted 25Mar1891 Exeter to Richard MICHELMORE ^ Stokeinteignhead, gardener, brother, estate £211 18s 5d UK wills & probates

son    Richard MITCHELMORE

b 15Dec1829

son    James MITCHELMORE

b 1840.4 Kingsbridge

1841 @ infant b Devon ^ Chillington, Stokenham with parents

1851 scholar @ 10 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents

1861 agricultural labourer @ 20 b Stokenham ^ with mother

d 1868.3 Kingsbridge @ 27

d 7Jul1868 @ 27; bur Stokenham

bur 11Jul1868 Stokenham @ 27 ^ Chillington

It seems unlikely that James was a yeoman in 1828, as stated on his daughter Susanna's baptismal record.

Click to enlarge

James's memorial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Susanna was formerly thought to be the mother of Susan , now known to be the daughter of her brother Richard .

 

 

 

 

 

Susanna's niece Susan was working as a servant in the same households as her aunt in 1871 and 1881.

In relation to average earnings, Susanna's estate would have been equivalent to about £100,000 today.

 


Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 2004

head  William MUCHMOOR

chr 21Mar1784 East Allington

25Apr1805 enlisted as private, 30th Foot Regiment (MUCHMORE) British Army records

m 7Sep1811 Dartmouth St Saviour (MITCHMORE)

31Oct1827 ^ Madras, India: pensioner, 30th Regiment of Foot British Indian records

1827 @ 43 b East Allington: discharged from 30th Foot Regiment British Army records

sp      Sarah WILLIAMS

?chr 20Dec1789 Blackawton, "illegitimate daughter of Sarah, pauper"

m 7Sep1811 Dartmouth St Saviour

 

 

 

 

The 30th (Cambridgeshire) Regiment of Foot was stationed in India from 1807 to 1829.


Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 1843

head  Marey MITCHELMORE

chr 9Sep1783 Sherford

1851 unm general servant @ 66 b Stokenham ^ Thurlestone with her sister Sarah START

1861 unm pauper @ 77 b Sherford ^ Whitley, Thurlestone, lodging with her niece Mary BEVELL

d 1866.1 Kingsbridge @ 82

bur 4Feb1866 Thurlestone @ 83 (Mary)

d 30Jan1866 @ 82; bur Thurlestone. Named on same memorial: her sister Sarah

dau    Sarah MICHELMORE

chr 29Jan1818 Thurlestone

 

Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 0273

head  Susanna MICHELMORE

chr 3Jul1785 Stokenham

m 28Mar1813 Thurlestone, WILLS

1841 @ 50 b Devon ^ Market Place, Dodbrooke with mother (Susan MICHAMORE)

bur 27Nov1859 Dodbrooke @ 74 (MITCHELMORE)

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 17Mar1811 Stokenham

sp      Vincent WILLS

b 178x

m 28Mar1813 Thurlestone


Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 1029

head  William MICHELMORE

chr 15May1791 Stokenham

1798 apprenticed to Thomas HUPELL, yeoman UK legal documents

1802 apprenticed to James TORRING, yeoman UK legal documents

24Jan1809 @ 20 b Thurston: private 3rd class, Plymouth Division, 15th Coy, Royal Marines, aboard HMS Warspite at Rio de Janeiro Royal Navy records

m 4???1816 Thurlestone

1819-1830 labourer ^ Buckland, Thurlestone

1833-1838 farmer ^ Buckland, Thurlestone

1841 yeoman @ 50 b Devon ^ Buckland, Thurlestone

184x occupier of two parcels of land in Thurlestone, total area 4.5 ha Early UK population returns

1851 farmer 11 acr @ 59 b Stokenham ^ Thurlestone

1861 lodging house keeper @ 70 b Stokenham ^ 27 Castle Street, Plymouth St Andrew

d 1866.1 Plymouth (MITCHELMORE)

d 25Mar1866 @ 76; bur Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth

sp      Mary ASH

(b 1795) Aveton Gifford

m 4???1816 Thurlestone

1841 @ 45 b Devon ^ Buckland, Thurlestone

1851 @ 56 b Aveton Gifford ^ Thurlestone

1858-1862 paid rates on 80/28 Castle Street, Plymouth UK street & trade directories

1861 @ 67 b Aveton Gifford^ 27 Castle Street, Plymouth St Andrew

d 1866.2 Plymouth @ 72

d 3Jun1866 @ 72 b Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth

dau    Mary Ann MITCHELMORE

chr 4Jul1819 Thurlestone

27Jun1837 @ 18: sentenced to 4 mo imprisonment for concealing the birth of her infant UK legal documents

m 1848.4 Plymouth

m 13Dec1848 Plymouth St Andrew: William DOLTON, mariner on the smack Sarah Ann, father Samuel DOLTON, labourer; Mary Ann MITCHELMORE ^ Flora Place, father William MITCHELMORE, farmer

1851 @ 32 b Thurlstone ^ Church Street, Dodbrook

1861 @ 42 b Kingsbridge ^ 3 Castle Street, Plymouth

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 27May1821 Thurlestone

?bur 11Aug1824 Thurlestone @ 6 wk ^ Buckland

dau    Agnes MICHELMORE

(b 1821)

dau    Sarah Jane MICHELMORE

chr 16Apr1826 Thurlestone

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 9Mar1828 Thurlestone

bur 23Mar1829 Thurlestone @ 13 mo ^ Buckland

dau    Susanna MITCHELMORE

chr 24May1829 Thurlestone

bur 29Jun1830 Thurlestone @ 13 mo ^ Buckland

dau    Susanna Sophia MITCHELMORE

chr 25Dec1830 Thurlestone

bur 8Sep1832 Thurlestone @ 18 mo ^ Buckland

dau    Susanna Sophia MITCHELMORE

chr 13Feb1833 Thurlestone (MICHLMORE)

1841 @ 7 b Devon ^ Buckland, Thurlestone with parents (Susan)

1851 @ 18 b Thurlestone ^ Thurlestone with parents (Susana)

m 1854.4 Plymouth (Susan)

son    William Henry MICHELMORE

b 1838.3 Kingsbridge

chr 20May1838 Thurlestone

1841 @ 3 b Devon ^ Buckland, Thurlestone with parents

1851 @ 13 b Thurlestone ^ Thurlestone with parents

1852 beer retailer ^ 8 Castle Street, Plymouth (MITCHELMORE) UK street & trade directories

d 1854.1 Plymouth

bur 8Jan1854 Castle Street, Plymouth @ 16; bur Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth

 

 

 

 

 

 

The month is left blank in the marriage register, but it must have been either January or February.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nothing more is known about Mary Ann's illegitimate child.


Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 1024

head  Robert MITCHELMORE

chr 11May1794 Stokenham

m 24Jul1814 Stokenham, TAYLOR

1814-1836 labourer

1814, 1815 ^ Maddercombe [Maddiscombe, near Start Point]

1816, 1819 ^ Coleridge

1822 ^ Widwell

1824 ^ Stokenham

1828,1836 ^ Chillington

?2Jul1839 acquitted of larceny charge UK legal documents

1841 agricultural labourer @ 45 b Devon ^ Village, Stokenham. Also in household: his granddaughter Louisa

1851 agricultural labourer @ 57 b Stokenham ^ Vicarage House, Stokenham

d 1855.2 Kingsbridge

sp      Elizabeth TAYLOR

chr 14Jun1788 Stokenham (Betty)

m 24Jul1814 Stokenham

1841 @ 50 b Devon ^ Village, Stokenham

1851 agricultural labourer @ 62 b Stokenham

1861 agricultural labourer, almswoman @ 73 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with son Robert

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr 4Dec1814 Stokenham

d before Sep1816

son    Robert MITCHELMORE

b 181x

bur 4Feb1815 Stokenham, "infant"

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr 1Sep1816 Stokenham

m 1844.4 Newton Abbot

m 19Dec1844 Tormoham: James SEARLE, gardener of Tor, father Christopher SEARLE, gardener; Elizabeth MITCHELMORE of Tor, father Robert MITCHELMORE, labourer

1851 @ 34 b Stokenham ^ Trishford Lodge, Harberton

1861 @ 44 b Stokenham ^ Parsonage Lodge, North Huish

1881 @ 64 b Devon ^ Western Road, Ermington

1891 widow @ 75 ^ Harford Road, Harford with daughter Rhoda

1901 widow @ 85 b Stokenham ^ Harford Road, Ivybridge with daughter Emma

d 1903.3 Plympton @ 87

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

chr 21Nov1819 Stokenham

dau    Sarah MITCHELMORE

chr 22Mar1822 Stokenham ^ Coleridge

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 11Jul1824 Stokenham

bur 8May1834 Stokenham @ 9

dau    Jemima MITCHELMORE

chr 20Apr1828 Stokenham

1841 female servant @ 14 b Devon ^ Torcross, Stokenham with her sister Mary and her family

1851 house servant @ 22 b Stokenham ^ Vicarage House, Stokenham with parents

m 185x , Thomas DAVIES [1863 carpenter]

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 22Sep1830 Stokenham

bur 17Sep1831 Stokenham @ 11 mo

son    Robert MITCHELMORE

chr 27Mar1836 Stokenham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth was a sister of the Mary who married Robert's third cousin Thomas. They were both daughters of Richard and Elizabeth TAYLOR.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth was formerly the head of Family 0451, now known to be based on inaccurate transcriptions.


Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 1829

head  George MICTHAMORE

chr [21Sep1790] Chivelstone

m1 14May1818 Chivelstone, ADAMS (MITCHELMORE)

1819 fisherman ^ Prawl (MITCHELMORE)

m2 6Mar1822 Chivelstone, GUNN, widower, fisherman (MITCHAMORE)

d 3Sep1822 @ 32; bur Chivelstone

bur 6Sep1822 Chivelstone @ 32 ^ Prawl (MITCHELMORE) [named on same memorial as his father]

1823 labourer ^ Allington, "George died before child born"

sp1    Elizabeth ADAMS

(b 1786)

m 14May1818 Chivelstone

d 1821 @ 36?; bur Chivelstone (MITCHELMORE)

bur 3Mar1821 Chivelstone @ 35 ^ Prawl

dau    Miriam MITCHELMORE

chr 19Sep1819 Chivelstone

m 1842.1 Totnes, Henry EASTMAN (MICKAMORE)

m 26Jan1842 Littlehempston: Henry EASTMAN, carrier ^ Totnes, father William EASTMAN, labourer; Miriam MICHAMORE ^ Totnes, father George MICHAMORE, labourer

1851 butchers wife @ 31 b Prawle ^ Parks Farm House, Cornworthy with family

1881 widow, formerly farmer's wife @ 61 b Chivelstone ^ The Level, Dittisham with son George

d 1887.4 Totnes @ 67

d 188x Dittisham personal communication

sp2    Ann GUNN

(b 1789) Plymouth

m 6Mar1822 Chivelstone

1841 servant @ 50 b Devon ^ Flora Place, Union Street, Plymouth St Andrew (MICHAMOOR); head: Betsey [Tree 17]

1851 widow, one of five alms people @ 61 b Plymouth ^ 7 Hill Street, Plymouth Charles (MITCHAMORE)

d 1853.4 Plymouth (MITCHAMORE)

son    George Adams MITCHAMORE

chr 2Mar1823 Chivelstone

 


Tree 05

Generation 5

Family 0449

head  Samuel MICTHAMORE

chr [01Oct1792] Chivelstone

m 27Oct1817 Chivelstone, CHAPMAN (MICHELMORE)

bur 30Nov1824 Tormoham @ 32  (MICHELMORE)

sp      Alice CHAPMAN

b 179x

m 27Oct1817 Chivelstone

son    Samuel Adams MITCHELMORE

(b 1815) South Prawl

 
Generation 6

Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 1623

head  Thomas MITCHELMORE

chr 20Mar1791 Slapton

m 16Apr1811 Stokenham

1816-1820 ^ Coleridge

1823-1832 labourer ^ Chillington

1833 ^ Coleridge

1835 ^ Chillington

1841 agricultural labourer @ 50 b Devon ^ Chillington, Stokenham

1851 agricultural labourer @ 60 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham

d 1855.1 Kingsbridge

bur 21Jan1855 Stokenham @ 66 ^ Chillington

sp      Mary TAYLOR

chr 29Oct1786 Stokenham

m 16Apr1811 Stokenham

1841 @ 55 b Devon ^ Chillington, Stokenham

1851 wool spinner @ 65 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham

1861 @ 76 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham, lodging with Elizabeth COLE

1871 lodger, widow @ 80 b Stokenham ^ North Pool, South Pool, with granddaughter Mary and her husband William STONE (Mary MITCHAMORE)

d 1872.1 Kingsbridge @ 82 (Mary MITCHELMORE)

son    Richard MITCHELMORE

chr 7Mar1813 Stokenham ^ Chillington

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

chr 22Dec1816 Stokenham ^ Coleridge, "daughter of Thomas and Mary of Chillingham"

1828-1831 apprenticed to John PITTS, yeoman, Stokenham (as was her brother Austin in 1831) UK legal documents

bur 4Apr1833 Stokenham @ 16 ^ Coleridge

son    Austin MITCHELMORE

chr 6Feb1820 Stokenham ^ Coleridge

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 9Feb1823 Stokenham ^ Chillington

son    Thomas MITCHELMORE

chr 25Sep1825 Stokenham ^ Chillington

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 13Dec1829 Stokenham ^ Chillington

bur 6May1835 Stokenham @ 6 ^ Chillington

son    George MITCHELMORE

chr 10Jun1832 Stokenham ^ Chillington

bur 9Apr1835 Stokenham @ 2 ^ Chillington

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas [Tree 02] also died in 1851.1 at Kingsbridge.

 

Mary was a sister of the Elizabeth who married Thomas's third cousin Robert. They were both daughters of Richard and Elizabeth TAYLOR.


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0153

head  John MITCHELMORE

chr 24Jul1796 Stokenham

25Jul1806 Sherford @ 10: apprenticed to Jonathan HODGE, yeoman ^ Slapton UK legal documents

m1 22Jun1819 Slapton: John MITCHELMORE; Thirza HEATH; witness Edward HEATH

1820-1829 labourer ^ Slapton Village

m2 [16May1833] Slapton, PROWSE (widower)

1834 labourer ^ Alston

1837 labourer

1840-45 labourer ^ Slapton

1841 agricultural labourer @ 40 b Devon ^ Alston, Slapton

184x occupier of house at Alston, Slapton (MICHELMORE) Early UK population returns

1851 agricultural labourer @ 50 b Slapton ^ Beer's Barn, Cornworthy

1861 agricultural labourer @ 64 b Slapton ^ Cornworthy

d 1862.1 Totnes

d 1Feb1862 Cornworthy @ 64, "agricultural labourer"

bur 6Feb1861 Slapton @ 64 ^ Cornworthy

sp1    Thirza HEATH

(b 1802)

m 22Jun1819 Slapton

bur 21Dec1831 Slapton @ 29

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 30Apr1820 Slapton

son    Edward MITCHELMORE

chr 3Nov1822 Slapton

d 11Aug1826 @ 4

bur 14Aug1826 Slapton @ 4

son    Edward Uriah MITCHELMORE

chr 28Jun1829 Slapton

sp2    Elizabeth PROWSE

chr 4Feb1810 North Huish, "daughter of Roger & Jane”

m 16May1833 Slapton

1841 @ 30 b Devon ^ Alston, Slapton

1851 agricultural labourer @ 45 b North Huish ^ Beer's Barn, Cornworthy

1861 agricultural labourer @ 51 b North Huish ^ Cornworthy

1871 housekeeper @ 62 b North Huish ^ Winner Street, Paignton with son George

1881 widow @ 74 b North Huish ^ 31 Winner Street, Paignton with son George

d 1884.1 Totnes @ 76

dau    Mary Jane MITCHELMORE

chr 21Sep1834 Slapton

1841 @ 6 b Devon ^ Alston, Slapton with parents (Mary)

1851 house servant farm @ 17 b Slapton ^ Court Barton House, Cornworthy (Mary MICKELMORE); head: Thomas HODGE, farmer

?1851 house servant @ 16 b Blackawton ^ Higher Heathfield, Slapton; head: Wm GRILLS, farmer (Maria)

1859 Cornworthy: 3rd banns read 30Jan for William Tamling ABRAHAM ^ Stoke Fleming and Mary Jane MICHELMORE

m 1859.1 Totnes, William Tamline ABRAHAM [1871 baker]

dau Mary Jane Mitchelmore ABRAHAM

b 1862.3 Totnes

1871 @ 9 b Cornworthy ^ Marldon with parents (Mary Jane)

1901 nurse @ 38 b Blackawton ^ Broadclyst (Mary J M)

1911 maid's salary @ 48 b Tideford, Cornworthy ^ Hale Bank, Ellesmere Road, Wellswood (SIBREHEM); head: Catherine HOLLINS, private means

dau Susanna ABRAHAM

b 1863.4 Totnes

1871 @ 8 b Paignton ^ Marldon with parents

1881 domestic servant @ 18 b Paignton ^ 5 Ton Hill Sunny Side, Kingskerswell; head Julia A LUCAS, widow

m 1884.1 Newton Abbot, George SMERDON [b 1861 Buckland in the Moor]

dau Mary Jane Mitchelmore SMERDON

b 1892.3 Newton Abbot (Mary Jane M)

1901 juvenile @ 8 b Coffinswell ^ Paignton with parents (Mary J)

1911 housemaid domestic @ 18 b Coffinswell ^ Stanton, Torquay; head: George ISAACS, retired draper

1901 @ 37 b Paignton ^ Paignton

1911 @ 47 b Paignton ^ Torquay

d 1945.2 Newton Abbot @ 81

d 1878.4 Totnes @ 44

son    John MICHELMORE

b 1837.4 Kingsbridge

son    George MITCHELMORE

b 1840.3 Kingsbridge

son    Robert MITCHELMORE

b 1845.2 Kingsbridge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth was a sister of Jane PROWSE, who married George [Tree 02] in Slapton four years later.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary Jane's younger brother Robert was a servant to the same Thomas HODGE at Court Barton House in 1861. She appears to have been enumerated twice in 1851 in the course of moving from Slapton to Cornworthy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1881, George SMERDON was a co-worker of Susanna's cousin Edward at a farm in Marldon.


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0279

head  John MITCHELMORE

chr 18Feb1781 Sherford

16Oct1789 Sherford: apprenticed to Crispin COLLINS, yeoman UK legal documents

m 20Jul1803 Slapton: John MITCHELMORE; Elizabeth PERRING; witness [bride's sister] Grace PERRING

1825 labourer

?28May1829 witnessed marriage of John OLDRIDGE and Mary CRIMP at Sherford

1841 agricultural labourer @ 60 b Devon ^ Village, Slapton

184x occupier of house in Slapton (MICHELMORE) Early UK population returns

1851 agricultural labourer @ 70 b Sherford ^ Slapton village with sister Elizabeth and her family

d 1856.2 Kingsbridge

d 25Mar1856 @ 70; bur Slapton. Named on same memorial: his wife Elizabeth

bur 3Apr1856 Slapton @ 76

sp      Elizabeth PERRING

chr 18Jul1779 Slapton, "daughter of James & Elizabeth”

m 20Jul1803 Slapton

1841 @ 60 b Devon ^ Village, Slapton

d 1849.4 Kingsbridge

d 24Oct1849 @ 70; bur Slapton

bur 27Oct1849 Slapton @ 70

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr 10Jun1804 Slapton

m 27Feb1822 Slapton, Samuel PEPPERELL [1851 carpenter]

1851 @ 47 b Slapton ^ Slapton village

son John Simon Mitchelmore PEPPERELL

(b 1845) Slapton

1851 @ 5 b Slapton ^ Slapton village with parents (John)

1861 labourer @ 16 b Slapton ^ Slapton village with parents (John)

m 1867.3 Kingsbridge, Sarah CRAPP (John Simon M)

1881 butcher and farmer 130 acres @ 35 b Slapton ^ Slapton village

1891 butcher @ 44 b Slapton ^ Slapton (John S M)

1901 @ 55 b Slapton ^ Slapton(John S M)

1911 farmer and butcher @ 65 b Slapton ^ Slapton(John)

d 1916.3 Kingsbridge @ 70 (John S M)

d 11Mar1916 Slapton: probate granted 5Jul1916 London to Abraham JARVIS and Albert Buckpit SOPER, farmers, estate ₤3488 10s 8d UK wills & probates

1851 @ 47 b Slapton ^ Slapton village

1861 @ 57 b Slapton ^ Slapton village

d 1879.1 Kingsbridge @ 76

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 18Aug1811 Slapton

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

chr 15Jan1823 Slapton

1841 @ 19 b Devon ^ Harlestone, East Allington

son    Thomas MICHAMORE

chr 13Feb1825 Slapton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, John's estate would have been equivalent to about £1,000,000 today.


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0444

head  Nicholas MITCHELMORE

chr 9Mar1788 Sherford

3Jul1798 ^ Sherford: apprenticed to Samuel and then Elizabeth CORNISH of Chivelstone UK legal documents

27Jan1806 enlisted as private, Captain Fisher's troop, 6th Dragoon Guards (MUCHMORE) British Army records

31Aug1814 discharged at Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Ireland, as unfit for service due to injuries resulting from horse accident (MUCHMORE) British Army records

m 181x

1816-1833 labourer ^ Sherford

1841 labourer ^ Harbertonford

bur 26Jun1840 Sherford @ 54

sp      Anne ??

(b 1785) Scotland

m 181x

1841 pauper @ 50 b Scotland ^ Sherford

1851 widow, pauper @ 65 b Scotland ^ Sherford village

bur 17Apr1853 Sherford @ 67 (Ann MICHELMORE)

dau    Anne MITCHELMORE

chr 2Jun1816 Sherford

28Aug1828 @ 12 ^ Sherford : bound to Samuel CORNISH Esq UK legal documents

27Oct1832 ordered to be removed from East Portlemouth to Sherford (Ann) UK legal documents

16Nov1832 apprehension order issued for Henry CAUNTER, labourer, reputed father of her unborn child (Ann) UK legal documents

1841 woolen weaver @ 18 b Devon ^ Harberton

m 1841.2 Totnes (MICHELMORE)

m 16May1841 Harberton: John BROWNE, carpenter ^ Harbertonford, father John BROWNE, carpenter; Ann MICHELMORE ^ Harbertonford, father Nicholas MICHELMORE, labourer

1851 @ 29 b Sherford ^ Harberton Ford with husband and family (Ann)

1881 grocer @ 56 b Harbertonford ^ Village, Harberton (Ann)

dau    Jane MITCHELMORE

chr 21Feb1819 Sherford

27Mar1830 Sherford @ 12: apprenticed to Aaron HONEYWILL, yeoman UK legal documents

d 1838.3 Kingsbridge

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

chr 30Jun1822 Sherford

1841 @ 15 b Devon ^ Sherford with mother personal communication

1851 unm @ 28 b Sherford ^ Sherford with mother

bur 6May1856 Sherford @ 34 ^ Union House

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr 8Jan1826 Sherford

1841 female servant @ 15 b Devon ^ Duncombe Street, Kingsbridge; head: Shad? D PEARCE, surgeon

1846 Sherford: banns read for Edward COLE and Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

m 1846.2 Kingsbridge (Elizth)

m 6May1846 Sherford: Edward COLE, labourer ^ Sherford, father Edward COLE, labourer; Elizabeth MITCHELMORE, minor ^ Sherford, father Nicholas MITCHELMORE, labourer

dau    Maria MITCHELMORE

chr 30Nov1828 Sherford

dau    Caroline MITCHELMORE

b 2Mar1833

chr 19May1833 Sherford

bur 10Jun1834 Sherford @ 13 mo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ann's child has not been identified.


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 1044

head  Mary Ann MITCHELMORE

chr 3Jan1815 Churchstow

1838 South Milton: 3rd banns read 7Jan for Benjamin LEE and Mary Anne MICHELMOOR

m 10Jan1838 South Milton, LEE (Maryann MICHELMORE)

1841 ^ Kerse Farm, South Milton (Mary)

1851 agricultural labourer @ 35 b Churchstow ^ Kerse, South Milton

1861 ^ Kerse Farme, South Milton

1881 @ 66 b Churchstow ^ South Milton

d 1884; bur South Milton @ 69. Named on same memorial: her husband Benjamin LEE

bur 25Nov1884 South Milton @ 69

dau    Sarah MITCHELMORE

chr 14Dec1834 Churchstow

1841 @ 6 b Devon ^ Village, Churchstow with grandfather William 1030 (MICHELMORE)

1851 unm general servant @ 19 b Loddiswell ^ Tunley, Loddiswell; head: Philip MOYSEY, farmer

1861 house servant @ 23 b Churchstow ^ Warfleet House, Stoke Fleming; head: Edward COWCHER

m 1865.2 Sherborne, Luke MARKS [1881 thatcher]

1871 @ 36 b Kingsbridge ^ Somerset

1881 thatcher's wife @ 46 b Kingsbridge ^ Prestleigh, Doulting, Somerset

1891 @ 57 b Kingsbridge ^ Doulting

1901 shopkeeper, widow @ 67 b Kingsbridge ^ Corner of Lane, Prestleigh Road, Doulting

d 1906.3 Shepton Mallet @ 72

sp      Benjamin LEE

(b 1815) Aveton Gifford

chr 27Nov1814 Aveton Gifford, "son of Benjamin, labourer of Staunton, and his wife Mary”

m 10Jan1838 South Milton

1841 agricultural labourer @ 25 b Devon ^ Kerse Farm, South Milton

1851 agricultural labourer @ 40 b Aveton Gifford ^ Kerse, South Milton

1861 agricultural labourer ^ Kerse Farm, South Milton

1881 farm labourer @ 66 b Aveton Gifford ^ South Milton

1891 agricultural labourer, widower @ 76 b Aveton Gifford ^ Feoffee Cottage, South Milton

1901 agricultural labourer, retired @ 86 b Aston Gifford ^ South Milton

d 1905; bur South Milton @ 90

bur 11Apr1905 South Milton @ 90


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 1031

head  William MITCHELMORE

chr 13Jan1825 Churchstow

1841 male servant @ 15 ^ Kerse, South Milton; head: Robert POLYBLANK, farmer

m 1850.2 Kingsbridge

m 30May1850 Churchstow: William MICHELMORE, labourer ^ Churchstow, father William MITCHELMORE, labourer; Elizabeth BOND, servant, father John BOND, labourer; witnesses [father] William MITCHELMORE, John BOND

1851 agricultural labourer @ 26 b Churchstow ^ Churchstow

1861 farmer 47 acres @ 36 ^ South Fursdown Farm, Holbeton [west of Kingston]. Also in household: his nephew George LEE [son of his sister Mary Ann]

1870 farmer ^ South Fursdon, Holbeton (Wm) UK street & trade directories

1871 farmer 47 acres @ 56 [sic] b Churchstow ^ South Fursdown, Holbeton. Also in household: his nephew John Owen MULLIN

d 1874.1 Plympton @ 49

bur 29Jan1874 Churchstow @ 49

d 22Jan1874 @ 49; bur Churchstow. Named on same memorial: his wife Elizabeth

sp      Elizabeth BOND

(b 1827) Loddiswell

m 1850.2 Kingsbridge

m 30May1850 Churchstow

1851 @ 23 b Loddiswell ^ Churchstow

1857 awarded prize of 10s by the South Devon Agricultural Association for having served as a female labourer for 18 yr with the same master [Richard LUSCOMBE, Elston, Churchstow] UK life events

1861 @ 33 ^ South Fursdown Farm, Holberton

1871 @ 60 [sic] b Lodiswell ^ South Fursdown, Holberton (Eliza)

1881 widow @ 53 b Loddiswell ^ Loddiswell

d 1891.1 Kingsbridge @ 63

bur 6Feb1891 Churchstow @ 63

d 2Feb1891 @ 62; bur Churchstow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click to enlarge

Memorial to William
and Elizabeth


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0354

head  John MICHELMORE

chr 31May1807 Churchstow

1829 John MITCHELMORE of Churchstow, labourer, reputed father of child of Mary CROCKER alias FITZWATER of West Alvington UK legal documents

m 17Apr1832 Modbury, HOSKING

1832 labourer ^ Churchstow

1834- 1842 malster ^ Dartmouth St Saviour

1841 malster @ 30 b Devon ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Saviour

1844-1857 innkeeper ^ Custom House Inn, Lower Street, Dartmouth UK street & trade directories

believed to have won prizes as a wrestler UK life events

1851 victualler @ 43 b Churchstow ^ Lower Street Ct, Dartmouth St Saviour

1852 given notice to quit by Sir Henry SEALE because he did not vote as instructed UK life events

1858 ^ Dartmouth St Saviour

1861 malster, retired innkeeper @ 53 b Churstow ^ Crowthers Hill, Dartmouth St Saviour

1865-1869 sold Custom House Inn and two other properties for a total of ?750 to Dartmouth Corporation to allow for widening of Newcomin Road UK life events

1869 ^ Crowther's Hill, Dartmouth

1871 retired innkeeper @ 66 b Chestow ^ Breeze Cottage, Above Town, Dartmouth St Saviour

d 1872.1 Totnes @ 61

23Dec1871 made will UK wills & probates

d 14Feb1872 @ 65 UK newspaper announcements

bur 21Feb1872 Dartmouth St Clement @ 64 ^ St Saviours

 21Feb1872  funeral knell [one bell for each year of his life, plus one] rung at Dartmouth St Saviour, where he used to be a bellringer UK life events

d 15Feb1872 Dartmouth: probate granted 19Mar1872 Exeter to Robert Lewis FOX ^ Dartmouth, accountant, estate under £1000; requested funeral knell to be rung, made various bequests to his children Nathaniel, Harriet, William Henry, Ann Elizabeth and Patience as well as his grandson John MITCHELMORE UK wills & probates

sp      Harriet HOSKING

(b 1810) Modbury

m 17Apr1832 Modbury

1841 @ 30 b Devon ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Saviour

1851 @ 40 b Modbury ^ Lower Street Ct, Dartmouth St Saviour

d 1860.1 Totnes

bur 14Mar1860 Dartmouth St Clement @ 56 ^ St Saviours

dau    Harriet MITCHELMORE

chr 30Sep1832 Churchstow

1841 @ 8 b Devon ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Saviour with parents

m1 1854.3 Totnes, John LEAR

m1 26Jul1854 Dartmouth St Saviour: John LEAR, baker @ 25 ^ St Saviour, father John LEAR, game keeper; Harriett MITCHELMORE @ 22, father John MITCHELMORE, publican

1861 baker @ 27 b Churchstow ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth [recorded as married, but actually widow]

m2 1865.2 Totnes, William JOSLlNG (LEAR)

1871 @ 37 ^ Dartmouth [recorded as widow, but married]

1881 @ 48 b Churchstow ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with family

1891 widowed greengrocer @ 59 b Churchstow ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth (JOSLIN)

d 1895.3 Totnes (JOSELIN)

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

chr 23Jan1834 Dartmouth St Saviour

son    George Henry Morrish MITCHELMORE

chr 15Jan1836 Dartmouth St Saviour

1851 scholar @ 15 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street Ct, Dartmouth St Saviour with parents

1854-1855 @ 20 b Dartmouth: sailed from Dartmouth on various vessels (George MITCHLEMORE) UK shipping & migration

d 20Dec1856 aboard Mercury, registered at Dartmouth

died at sea near Sulawesi Tengah, Indonesia personal communication

d 20Dec1856 at sea: mate of a merchant vessel ^ Dartmouth; letter of administration granted 17Feb1858 Exeter to John MITCHELMORE ^ Dartmouth, innkeeper, the father; estate under £100 UK wills & probates

dau    Anne Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 6Aug1837 personal communication

chr 25Oct1837 Dartmouth St Petrox

1841 @ 5 b Devon ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Saviour with parents (Ann E)

1851 scholar @ 13 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street Ct, Dartmouth St Saviour with parents

m 1858.4 Totnes

m 23Nov1858 Dartmouth St Saviour: James MALLETT, coastguard @ 25 ^ Holberton, father William MALLETT, revenue officer; Ann Elizabeth MITCHELMORE @ 21 ^ St Saviour, father John MITCHELMORE, inn keeper; witnesses [brother] Nathaniel MITCHELMORE, [sister] Harriet LEAR

1864 ^ Holberton

1866-1875 ^ Babbacombe

1871 ^ St Marychurch

son Alfred Mitchelmore MALLETT

b 1877.1 Totnes

b 1Feb1877

chr 25May1877 Brixham All Saints

1881 @ 4 b Brixham ^ St Peters Terrace, Brixham with parents (Alfred M)

1891 pupil teacher (school board) @ 16 b Brixham ^ 39 Northumberland Street, East Teignmouth with parents (Alfred M M)

m 1899.4, Emma Annie AUSTIN

1901 seaman Royal Navy @ 21 ^ Devonport with wife (Alfred)

1911 gunner RN @ 34 ^ 12 Welbeck Avenue, Plymouth

1923-1931 Lieutenant RN ^ Sweetbriars, Haldon Avenue, Teignmouth personal communication

1935-1939 Lieutenant Commander RN (ret'd) ^  Sweetbriars, Haldon Avenue, Teignmouth personal communication

d 1944.4 Newton Abbot @ 67 (Alfred M)

son George Henry Mitchelmore MALLETT

b 1872.2 Newton Abbot (George Henry M)

chr 21Apr1872 Babbacombe

1881 @ 8 b Babbacombe ^ St Peters Terrace, Brixham with parents

d 1893q3 East Stonehouse @ 22 (George Henry M)

d 12Sep1893

bur 14Sep1893 Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Royal Navy Hospital, East Stonehouse, "ship's claddr asst, HMS Vivid

1881 @ 43 b Dartmouth ^ St Peter's Terrace, Brixham (Ann E)

1891 @ 53 b Dartmouth ^ 39 Northumberland Street, East Teignmouth (Ann C)

1901 @ 63 b Plymouth ^ East Teignmouth (Anne)

d 1902.4 Newton Abbot @ 65 (Ann Elizabeth)

son    Nathaniel MICHAMORE

b 1839.2 Totnes

son    John Henry MITCHELMORE

b 7Jun1841 Dartmouth

chr 23Jun1841 Dartmouth St Saviour

bur 26Sep1841 Dartmouth St Saviour @ 3 mo

dau     Selina MITCHELMORE

b 1842.4 Totnes

chr 28Dec1842 Dartmouth St Saviour

d 1849.2 Totnes

bur 13May1849 Dartmouth St Saviour @ 5

dau    Patience MITCHELMORE

b 1845.2 Totnes

b 9May1845 Dartmouth

chr 8Feb1846 Dartmouth St Saviour (MICHELMORE)

1851 scholar @ 5 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street Ct, Dartmouth St Saviour with parents

1861 @ 17 b Dartmouth ^ Crowthers Hill, Dartmouth with father

m1 1864.4 Totnes, William ALLEN

m1 2Nov1864 Dartmouth St Saviour: William ALLEN, ship's corporal ^ St Saviour, father John ALLEN (dec.), licensed victualler; Patience MITCHELMORE @ 20 ^ St Saviour, father John MITCHELMORE, inn keeper; witness [brother] W H MITCHELMORE

1871 @ 25 b Dartmouth ^ Breeze Cottage, Above Town, Dartmouth St Saviour

1881 @ 35 b Dartmouth ^ Croter's Hill [now Crowther's Hill], Dartmouth

1891 living on own means @ 46 b Dartmouth ^ Croter's Hill, Dartmouth

m2 1894.1 Totnes, Alfred Henry BOULTER

m2 22Jan1894 Dartmouth St Saviour: Alfred Henry BOULTER, innkeeper, widower @ 48 ^ Ferry Slip, Dartmouth, father John BOULTER; Patience ALLEN, widow @ 48 ^ Crowther's Hill, Dartmouth, father John MITCHELMORE; witness [brother] Nathaniel MITCHELMORE, Edith Sarah BOULTER, [brother-in-law] James MALLETT

1901 widow @ 55 b Dartmouth ^ Above Town, Dartmouth

d 1902.4 Newton Abbot @ 57

son    John Francis MICHEMORE

b 1847.2 Totnes

b 9Jun1847

chr 27Jun1847 Dartmouth St Saviour

bur 26Sep1850 Dartmouth St Saviour @ 3 (Francis John)

son    Charles Francis MITCHELMORE

b 1850.4 Totnes

b 9Sep1850 Dartmouth

chr 29Sep1850 Dartmouth St Saviour

1851 @ 6 mo b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street Court, Dartmouth St Saviour with parents (Charles F)

d 1858.2 Totnes

bur 21Apr1858 Dartmouth St Clement @ 7

 

 

The full text of the bastardy order against John is available here.

 

 

There is no reference to John or the Custom House Inn in Pigot's 1838 directory.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The full text of John's will is available here. In relation to average earnings, John's estate would have been worth the equivalent of about £600,000 today.

 

 

Further information on the descendants of John and Harriett may be found here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

George's third forename is clearly a variant of his grandmother Elizabeth's maiden name, MORRIS.

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, George's estate would have been equivalent to about £70,000 today.

 


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 2026

head  William MITCHELMORE

chr 18May1823 Tiverton

1841 farmer apprentice @ 15 b Devon ^ Chevithorne, Tiverton

m 1846.1 Tiverton

m 7Feb1846 Methodist Chapel, Tiverton: William MITCHELMORE, sawyer ^ Back Lane, West Exe, Tiverton, father William MITCHELMORE, shoemaker; Mary Ann SYMONDS ^ Square, Fore Street, Tiverton, father Thomas SYMONDS, lace hand

1847-1849 sawyer

1851 sawyer @ 27 b Tiverton ^ Elmore, Tiverton (Willm). Also in household: his aunt Jane Holcombe SCOTT

1861 labourer gas works @ 38 b Tiverton ^ 3 Bulls Court, Bristol St Philip and St Jacob (Robert)

1871 labourer at gas works @ 47 b Tiverton ^ 4 Bull Court, Ellbroad Street, Bristol St Philip and St Jacob (MITCHMORE). Also in household: his married daughter Sarah and her husband

1881 labourer @ 58 b Tiverton ^ 43 Kingsland Road, Bristol St Philip

d 1886.4 Barton Regis [Clifton, Bristol] @ 64

sp      Mary Ann SYMMONS

(b 1825) Tiverton

m 1846.1 Tiverton

m 7Feb1846 Methodist Chapel, Tiverton

1851 @ 26 b Tiverton ^ Elmore, Tiverton (Mary)

1861 @ 36 b Tiverton ^ 3 Bulls Court, Bristol St Philip and St Jacob

1871 @ 46 b Tiverton ^ 4 Bull Court, Ellbroad Street, Bristol St Philip and St Jacob

1881 @ 36 [sic] b Tiverton ^ 43 Kingsland Road, Bristol St Philip (Mary)

d 1898.1 Barton Regis @ 73 (Mary Ann)

son    William James MITCHELMORE

b 1847.2 Tiverton

b 13Apr1847

chr 22Aug1847 Tiverton

d 1850.2 Tiverton

bur 26May1850 Tiverton @ 3

dau    Sarah Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1849.2 Tiverton

chr 1Jul1849 Tiverton

1851 @ 4 b Tiverton ^ Elmore, Tiverton

1861 scholar @ 13 b Tiverton ^ 3 Bulls Court, Bristol St Philip and St Jacob with parents

m 1870.4 Wells, George BROWN (MITCHELLMORE)

m 26Dec1870 St Cuthbert, Wells: George BROWN @ 20, father Benjamin BROWN; Sarah Ann MITCHELMORE @ 21, father William MITCHELMORE

1871 @ 22 b Tiverton ^ Bristol St Philip with parents and husband

1881 @ 32 b Tiverton

?son  James Henry MITCHELMORE

b 184x

d 1851.4 Tiverton

son    James Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1851.4 Tiverton

son  William Thomas MICHELMORE

chr 28Nov1854 Bristol St John the Baptist

d 1854.4 Bristol

bur 6Dec1854 Bristol Holy Trinity, Stapleton, Bristol @ 0

son    Thomas MICHELMORE

b 1856.1 Bristol

dau    Hannah MIKHELMORE

chr 3Aug1856 Bristol St John the Baptist

dau    Mary Jane MITCHELMORE

b 1858.3 Bristol

chr 5Sep1858 Bristol St John the Baptist

son    William MITCHELMORE

b 1860.3 Bristol

d 1860.4 Bristol

dau    Mary Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1861.4 Bristol

chr 8Dec1861 Bristol

1871 @ 9 b Tiverton ^ 4 Bull Court, Ellbroad Street, Bristol St Philip and St Jacob with parents (Mary E)

m 1879.2 Barton Regis, Edward CLARK

1881 @ 19 b Bristol ^ 43 Kingsland Road, Bristol St Philip

son James Henry Mitchelmore CLARKE

b 1881.2 Barton Regis (James Henry M)

b 25Mar1881

chr 24Apr1881 St Philip & St Jacob, Bristol

d 1898.3 Bristol @ 17

son    William John MITCHELMORE

b 1864.1 Bristol

chr [31Jan1864] Bristol St Philip

d 1864.3 Bristol

bur 25Sep1864 Bristol St Luke @ 0

 

This family was previously in Tree 401.


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0071

head  James Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1855.3 Newton Abbot

1861 @ 5 b Newton Abbot ^ Wolborough with parents (James H)

1871 tailor's apprentice @ 15 b Newton Abbot ^ 17 Middle Street, Brixham; head: John WATSON

m 1877.4 Newton Abbot

m 16Dec1877 Tormoham: James Henry MITCHELMORE, tailor @ 22 ^ Tor, father Andrew MITCHELMORE, sawyer; Anne FOOT @ 23 ^ Tor, father Thomas FOOT, sawyer

1879 tailor ^ 7 St Leonard's Terrace, Wolborough

1881 tailor @ 25 b Newton ^ Compton Place, St Marychurch (James H). Also in household: his mother Mary

1882 tailor ^ 9 St Margaret's Terrace, Westminster

1883 paid church rates on Rochester Place, Westminster St Margaret UK street & trade directories

1887-1889 tailor & outfitter ^ 9 Bank Street, Newton Abbot: bankruptcy proceedings UK businesses

1891 foreman tailor cutter @ 35 b Newton Abbot ^ West Street, Ashburton (James H). Also in household: his brother William, lodger

1896 vice-president, Ashburton Mutual Improvement Association (J H) UK life events

1898 Oddfellow: member of committee of Ashburton United Friendly Societies (Mr/J H) UK life events

1901 tailor @ 45 b Newton Abbot ^ West Street, Ashburton (James H)

1902 tailor ^ East Street, Ashburton; member, Urban District Council UK street & trade directories

1911 tailor and outfitter @ 55 b Newton Abbot ^ West Street, Ashburton

1914 tailor ^ West Street, Ashburton; member, Urban District Council UK street & trade directories

1919 tailor ^ West Street, Ashburton (J H)

d 1931.3 Newton Abbot @ 76

d 12Sep1931 Newton Abbot @ 76: native of Newton Abbot, moved to Ashburton in 1888, member of Parish Council and then Urban District Council, keen worker for Conservative & Unionist causes and the Mutual Improvement Association, member of the the old School Board and of the Lodge of Oddfellows, returned to Newton Abbot on retirement about 15 yr ago UK newspaper announcements

sp      Anne FOOT

(b 1855) Ringmore

m 1877.4 Newton Abbot

m 16Dec1877 Tormoham

1881 @ 26 b Ringmoor ^ Compton Place, St Marychurch (Annie)

1891 @ 37 b Ringmore ^ West Street, Ashburton (Annie)

1901 @ 46 b Ringmore ^ West Street, Ashburton (Annie)

1911 @ 56 b  Shaldon, Ringmore ^ West Street, Ashburton (Annie)

d 1938.4 Newton Abbot @ 84

dau    Beatrice MITCHELMORE

b 1879.1 Newton Abbot [twin]

b 8Jan1879

chr 24Jan1879 Wolborough St Leonard (MICHELMORE)

d 1880.2 Newton Abbot @ 1

dau    Maud Mary Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1879.1 Newton Abbot (Maud Mary A) [twin]

chr 24Jan1879 Wolborough St Leonard (MICHELMORE)

d 1879.1 Newton Abbot @ 0 (Maud Mary A)

bur 1Feb1879 Wolborough @ 3 wk (Maud Mary Anne)

dau    Alberta MITCHELMORE

b 1880.2 Newton Abbot

b 7Apr1880 Torquay

1881 @ 1 b Torquay ^ Compton Place, St Marychurch (Allerton)

chr 21Jul1882 St Stephen, Westminster

1891 @ 10 b Torquay ^ West Street, Ashburton with parents

1901 tailoress @ 20 b Torquay ^ West Street, Ashburton with parents

m 1903.3 Newton Abbot

m 2Aug1903 Ashburton: Albert John EGBEARE, tailor @ 23 ^ East Street, Ashburton; Alberta MITCHELMORE, father James Henry MITCHELMORE, tailor

dau    Gertrude MITCHELMORE

b 1882.2 St George Hanover Square

b Apr1882

d 1884.1 Newton Abbot @ 1

bur 19Jan1884 Wolborough @ 21 mo

son    Herbert John MITCHELMORE

b 1885.2 Newton Abbot

son    Sidney Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1886.4 Newton Abbot


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 1600

head  Andrew MITCHELMORE

b 1857.4 Newton Abbot

b 2Nov1857 Newton Abbot personal communication

1861 @ 3 b Newton Abbot ^ Wolborough with parents

1871 @ 13 b Wolborough ^ White's Court, Wolborough with parents

m 1877.2 Newton Abbot

m 22Jun1877 Wolborough: Andrew MICHELMORE, sawyer @ 20 ^ Newton Abbot, father Andrew MICHELMORE, sawyer; Alma Lucinda PHILLIPS @ 21 ^ Newton Abbot, father George PHILLIPS, labourer

m 21Jun1877 Wolborough: Andrew MITCHELMORE, second son of Andrew MITCHELMORE; Alma PHILLIPS UK newspaper announcements

1878 labourer ^ Exeter Street

1881 cellarman @ 23 b Newton Abbot ^ 14 Little Chapel Street, St Anne Soho

1888 cellarman ^ 58 Coburg Buildings, Westminster

1891 cellarman @ 34 b Newton Abbot ^ 44 Rochester Row, Westminster

1901 public house cellarman @ 43 b Newton Abbot ^ 46 Marsland Road, Newington, London

1905 engineers assistant

1911 railway labourer loco , boarder @ 55 b Newton Abbot ^ 249 Chamberlayne Road, Eastleigh, Hampshire

1913 boilermaker

d 1915.4 South Stoneham @ 58

sp      Alma Lucinda PHILLIPS

(b 1854) Newton Abbot

m1 1877.2 Newton Abbot

m1 22Jun1877 Wolborough, MITCHELMORE

m1 21Jun1877 Wolborough UK newspaper announcements

1881 @ 23 b Newton Abbot ^ 14 Little Chapel Street, St Anne Soho

1891 @ 34 b Newton Abbot ^ 44 Rochester Row, Westminster (Alma)

1901 @ 43 b Newton Abbot ^ 46 Marsland Road, Newington, London (Alma L)

1911 charwoman @ 53 b Newton Abbot ^ 50 Sutherland Street, St George Hanover Square

m2 1922.2 Southwark, William A BLACKMAN

d 7Apr1931; bur Streatham Park personal communication

son    Reginald George Andrew MICHELMORE

b 1878.4 Newton Abbot

son    Alfred James Phillips MITCHELMORE

b 1881.3 Westminster

b 7Jun1881 personal communication

chr 3Jul1881 St Anne, Soho

d 1882.2 Strand

bur 5Apr1882 Manor Park, Newham (Arthur Jas Phillips)

dau    Bessie Alexandra Phillips MITCHELMORE

b 1883.3 Marylebone (Bessie Alexandra P)

b 19Aug1883 Maida Vale personal communication

1891 @ 7 b Newton Abbot ^ 44 Rochester Row, Westminster with parents (Bessie)

1901 laundress ironer, deaf and dumb @ 17 b London ^ 46 Marsland Road, Newington with parents (Bessie A P) personal communication

m 1905.4 Southwark

m 23Dec1905 St Paul, Newington: William Henry JENKINS, stone mason @ 29 ^ Walworth St John, father William JENKINS, stone mason; Bessie Alexandria Phillips MITCHELMORE @ 23 ^ 46 Marsland Road, father Andrew MITCHELMORE, engineers assistant; witnesses [father] Andrew, [brother] Reginald G A & [mother] Alma MITCHELMORE

1911 @ 28 ^ 13 Skipton Street, Southwark with family (Bessie). Also in household: her sister Alma

dau    Alma Frances Ada MITCHELMORE

b 1888.4 St George Hanover Square (Alma F A)

b 11Nov1888 personal communication

chr 23Dec1888 St Stephen, Westminster

1891 @ 2 b Westminster ^ 44 Rochester Row, Westminster (Alma)

1901 @12 b London ^ 46 Marsland Road, Newington with parents

1911 packer and sorter laundry @ 22 b Rochester Row, Westminster ^ 13 Skipton Street, Southwark with sister Bessie (Alma)

m1 1913.4 Lambeth, Robert A SHERGOLD (Alma F A)

m1 26Oct1913 St Mary the Less, Lambeth: Robert Arthur SHERGOLD, omnibus conductor @ 29 ^ Rose Cottage, Ethelred Street, father James SHERGOLD, farrier; Alma Frances Ada MITCHELMORE ^ Rose Cottage, Ethelred Street, father Andrew MITCHELMORE, boilermaker; witness Daniel SHERGOLD

m2 1919.3 Camberwell, Francis Charles SOUTHGATE

m2 21Aug1919 personal communication

1927 departed Liverpool for Sydney NSW aboard Demosthenes with husband and 3 children, arrived Jan1928  (Alma F) personal communication

d 30Nov1943 St Vincent's Hospital, Darlinghurst, Sydney personal communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Andrew signed his name in the the marriage register as MITCHELMORE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alma

Alma

 

Alma's first husband was killed in World War I.


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0525

head  John William Scott MITCHELMORE

b 1860.1 Newton Abbot

1861 @ 1 b Newton Abbot ^ Wolborough with parents (Joh W S MICHALMORE)

1871 scholar @ 11 b Wolborough ^ White's Court, Wolborough with parents (John W)

1873 indentured as apprentice fisherman (John) UK shipping & migration

1878 @ 18: apprentice, Hero of Brixham, fishing in the English Channel and North Sea

1878 @19 b Newton Abbot: apprentice, Rover of Brixham UK shipping & migration

m 1881.1 Totnes (John William S)

m 13Feb1881 Brixham All Saints: John William Scott MITCHELMORE, fisherman @ 21 ^ Lower Brixham, father Andrew MITCHELMORE, fisherman; Alice Loram BRIDGE @ 20 ^ Lower Brixham, father Philip BRIDGE, fisherman; witness [sister] Sarah

1881 fisherman @ 21 b Newton Abbot ^ Reems Alley, Brixham (John)

1881 master @ 21 b Newton Abbot ^ vessel Rover, Plymouth Charles

d 23Nov1881 at sea: fishing off Brixham on the smack Capella, washed overboard and drowned (John)

sp      Alice Ann Loram BRIDGE

b 1861.1 Totnes

m1 1881.1 Totnes (Alice Loram)

m1 13Feb1881 Brixham All Saints, MITCHELMORE (Alice Loram)

1881 @ 20 b Newton Abbot ^ Reems Alley, Brixham (Alice)

m2 1883.4 Totnes, Samuel TUCKER (MICHELMORE)

1891 @ 30 b Brixham ^ 11 Overgang, Brixham (Alice)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It appears that John was enumerated twice in 1881.


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 2320

head  William Benjamin MITCHELMORE

b 1867.1 Newton Abbot

1871 scholar@ 4 b Wolborough ^ White's Court, Wolborough with parents (William B)

1881 baker @ 15 b Newton Abbot ^ 1 Hatfield Place, Tormoham (William B MICKELMORE); head: William KERSWILL, baker & confectioner

1891 tailor @ 24 b Newton Abbot ^ West Street, Ashburton, lodging with his brother James

m 1898.4 Dartford

m 3Dec1898 St Mary, Stone, Kent: William Benjamin MITCHELMORE, tailor @ 31 ^ Invictor Road, Stone, father Andrew MITCHELMORE, sawyer; Annie HILL @ 26 ^ Invicta Road, Stone, father William HILL, farmer

1901 tailor @ 34 b Newton Abbot ^ Stone

d 1906.2 Southwark @ 38

sp      Annie HILL

(b 1872) Broadhempston

m 1898.4 Dartford

m 3Dec1898 St Mary, Stone

1901 @ 28 b Broadhempston ^ Stone


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0408

head  Andrew MITCHELMORE

b 1862.4 Plympton

b 28Nov1862 St Budeaux

1871 @ 8 b St Budeaux ^ Millbrook Cottages, St Budeaux with parents

1880 Entry to Royal Navy Royal Navy records

1881 boy 2nd class @ 16 b St Budeaux ^ HMS Royal Adelaide, Devonport

m 1889.4 Plymouth

m 9Nov1889 Register Office, Plymouth personal communication

12Oct1895 Royal Navy: shore invalided personal communication

1901 coachman domestic @ 38 b St Budeaux ^ 1 Well Street, Plymouth

1909 ^ Frankfort Buildings, Plymouth UK life events

1911 caretaker, Star Hall @ 48 b St Budeaux ^ 13 Willow Street, Plymouth

d 1920.3 Plymouth @ 57

d 1Jul1920 Plymouth personal communication

sp      Sarah Ann HOSKINS

b 17May1863 Yeovil, Somerset personal communication

m 1889.4 Plymouth

m 9Nov1889 Register Office, Plymouth personal communication

1891 married tailoress, head @ 28 b Yeovil Marsh ^ 9 Clarence Place, East Stonehouse (Annie MITCHEMORE)

1901 @ 37 b Yeovil ^ 1 Well Street, Plymouth (Annie)

1911 housekeeping @ 48 b Yeovil ^ 13 Willow Street, Plymouth (Annie)

d 3Feb1958 Fishguard, Pembrokeshire personal communication

d 1958.1 Haverfordwest @ 96 (Sarah A)

bur 6Feb1958 Fishguard @ 96 ^ 2 Coastguard Buildings (Sarah Anne)

dau    Eliza Caroline Beatrice MITCHELMORE

b 1894.3 East Stonehouse (Eliza Caroline)

b 3Jun1894

chr 15Mar1901 Plymouth All Saints

1901 @ 6 b Stonehouse ^ 1 Well Street, Plymouth with parents (Lily)

d 1907.1 Plymouth @ 12 (Eliza C)

d 15Feb1907 @ 13; bur Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth

son    George James Alban Andrew MITCHELMORE

b 1895.4 East Stonehouse (George James A)

adau  Dorothy May MITCHELMORE

(b 1904) Bristol

1911 adopted daughter, school @ 6 b Bristol ^ 13 Willow Street, Plymouth with parents

?1925.2 Plymouth, Noah S WATTS (Dorothy M)

?d 1991 Kerrier, Cornwall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eliza was baptised three days after her younger brother George . The baptismal register gives her birth date as 3Jun1895.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 1925 marriage record may refer to Dorothy [Tree 01].


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0591

head  James MITCHELMORE

(b 1865) St Budeaux

b 1865.3 Plymouth

1871 @ 5 b St Budeaux ^ Millbrook Cottages, St Budeaux with parents

1881 carpenter @ 15 b St Budeaux ^ Kings Tamerton with parents

m 1887.1 Stoke Damerel

1887-1890 carpenter ^ Honicknowle, Plymouth

1891 carpenter @ 25 b Village, St Budeaux ^ St Budeaux

1893 carpenter ^ Kings Tamerton

1901 carpenter @ 35 b St Budeaux ^ Kings Tamerton, Devonport

1911 carpenter @ 45 b Bull Point, Devon ^ 2 Hobart Street, East Stonehouse

d 1920.1 East Stonehouse @ 54

sp      Elizabeth Jane WEBBER

(b 1864) Stoke Damerel

m 1887.1 Stoke Damerel (Bessie)

1891 @ 26 b Stoke Damerel ^ Village, St Budeaux

1901 @ 36 b Stoke Damerel ^ Kings Tamerton

1911 housewife @ 46 b Devonport ^ 2 Hobart Street, East Stonehouse (Bessie)

d 1939.1 Plymouth @ 74 (Elizabeth J)

d 26Mar1939 14 Hawthorne Grove, Plymouth: widow; probate granted 29Apr1939 Bodmin to [daughter] Laura Annie CHAPMAN (wife of William George CHAPMAN), estate £422 15s 8d UK wills & probates

dau    Daisy MITCHELMORE

b 1887.3 Plympton

b 7Aug1887

chr 18Sep1887 Plymouth St Budeaux

1891 @ 3 b St Budeaux ^ Village, St Budeaux with parents

1901 @ 13 b St Budeaux ^ Kings Tamerton with parents

1911 shop assistant @ 23 b Kings Tamerton ^ 2 Hobart Street, East Stonehouse with parents

m 1915.2 East Stonehouse, John W BELL

m 14Apr1915 St Matthew, East Stonehouse, John Wallace BELL

dau    Lilian May MITCHELMORE

b 1889.3 Plympton

b 15Jul1889

chr 11Aug1889 Plymouth St Budeaux

1891 @ 1 b St Budeaux ^ Village, St Budeaux (Lilian M) with parents

1901 @ 11 b St Budeaux ^ Kings Tamerton, Devonport with parents

1911 dress maker @ 21 b Honicknowle ^ 2 Hobart Street, East Stonehouse with parents (Lillian May)

m 1918.2 East Stonehouse, LYMAN (Lilian M)

m 5Jun1918 St Matthew, East Stonehouse, John Henry LYMAN

dau    Laura Annie MITCHELMORE

b 1890.4 Plympton

b 24Oct1890

chr 14Dec1890 Plymouth St Budeaux

1891 @ 5 mo b St Budeaux ^ Village, St Budeaux (Laura A) with parents

1901 @ 10 b St Budeaux ^ Kings Tamerton with parents

1911 tailoress @ 20 b Honicknowle ^ 2 Hobart Street, East Stonehouse with parents

m 1911.4 Plymouth, William George CHAPMAN

dau    Bessie Emma MITCHELMORE

b 1893.2 Plympton

chr 9Apr1893 Plymouth St Budeaux

1901 @ 8 b St Budeaux ^ Kings Tamerton, Devonport with parents

1911 dress maker & cutter @ 18 b Kings Tamerton ^ 2 Hobart Street, East Stonehouse with parents

m 19Dec1915 Devonport St Paul, Henry James COLLICOTT

son    Leslie James MITCHELMORE

b 1901.2 Devonport

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Elizabeth's estate would have been equivalent to about £60,000 today.


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0003

head  Richard MITCHELMORE

b [15Dec1829]

chr 27Dec1829 Chivelstone Ford

1841 @ 11 b Devon ^ Chillington, Stokenham with parents

1851 house servant & groom @ 21 b Stokenham ^ Vicarage , Mevagissy , Cornwall; head: William ALBAN, vicar

m 1851.2 St Austell

m 14May1851 Mevagissey: Richard MITCHELMORE, servant ^ Mevagissey, father James MITCHELMORE, labourer; Elizabeth BONE, servant ^ Mevagissey, father Mark BONE, gardener

1852 labourer ^ Kingsteignton

1853-1858 servant ^ Kingsteignton

1861 gentleman servant @ 31 b Stokenham ^ Kingsteignton

1871 groom & gardener @ 41 b Chillington ^ Townsend, Kingsteignton

1881 gardener @ 58 b Chillington ^ Higher Lodge, Abbots Kerswell

1891 gardener, widower @ 60 b Stokenham ^ Hernefield, Stokeinteignhead

1901 domestic gardener @ 71 b Chillington ^ Down End, Shottermill, Surrey

d 1902.3 Farnham @ 72

d 26Jun1902 Down End, Shottermill Surrey: letter of administration granted 26Aug1902 London to Elizabeth DAVEY, widow, estate £118 3s 5d UK wills & probates

sp      Elizabeth BOND

(b 1831) Torre

1841 @ 10 ^ Knowle Lodge, Tormoham with parents Mark and Rebecca

1851 house servant @ 22 b Tormosham ^ Vicarage, Mevagissey; head: William ALBAN, vicar

m 1851.2 St Austell

m 14May1851 Mevagissey

1861 @ 31 b Torre ^ Kingsteignton

1871 @ 41 b Torquay ^ Townsend, Kingsteignton

1881 @ 50 b Torre ^ Higher Lodge, Abbots Kerswell

d 1885.3 Newton Abbot @ 54

dau     Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1851.4 Newton Abbot

b 16Sep1851 Kingsteignton

chr 19Oct1851 Kingsteignton (MICHELMORE)

1861 scholar @ 9 b Kingsteignton ^ Kingsteignton

1871 servant @ 19 b Kingsteignton ^ Manor Park Road, Sandhurst, St Marychurch; head: Philip GOSSE FRS, author of works

m 1875.3 Kensington

m 12Jul1875 St Mark, Notting Hill: Henry DAVEY, painter ^ 15 St Mark Road, father Charles DAVEY, plumber; Bessie MITCHELMORE ^ 5 Bletchymalone? Street, father Richard MITCHELMORE, gardener

1881@ 29 b Kingsteignten ^ 5 Archel Road, Fulham

son    John MITCHELMORE

b 1853.3 Newton Abbot

b 8Jul1853 Kingsteignton

chr 24Jul1853 Kingsteignton

1861 @ 7 b Kingsteignton ^ Kingsteignton

d 1868.3 Newton Abbot @ 15

d 22Jul1868, "drowned in River Teign at Hackney; apprentice to Mr WHITMARSH, ironmonger” (? MICHELMORE) UK newspaper announcements

bur 26Jul1868 Kingsteignton @ 15, "drowned while bathing”

dau    Susan MITCHELMORE

b 1855.4 Newton Abbot

b 28Nov1855 Kingsteignton

chr 13Jan1856 Kingsteignton

1861 @ 7 b Kingsteignton ^ Kingsteignton

1871 servant @ 15 b Kingsteignton ^ Linton House, St Marychurch (Susan); head: Elizabeth WHITEWAY

1874 awarded prize by Newton Abbot Agricultural Society as female under 21 with longest service with the same employer5yr 10 mo with Mrs WHITEWAY, St Marychurch (MICHELMORE) UK life events

1881 nurse domestic @ 24 b Stokenham ^ 4 Spencer Hill, Wimbledon, Surrey (Ellen); head: Edward NETTLESHIP, oculist

1891 domestic nurse, servant @ 35 b South Devon ^ Nutcombe on Hill, Shottermill, Surrey; head: William C WINCHESTER, general labourer

1901 servant @ 44 b Devon ^ St Marylebone; head: Elizabeth DOUGHTY

1911 nurse domestic @ 53 b Newton Abbot ^ 29 Wickham Road, Fareham

d 1937.1 Battersea @ 81

d 19Mar1937: spinster ^ 17 Chesilton Road, Fulham; probate granted 14Sep1937 London to William Henry DAVEY, decorator, estate £560 13s 2d UK wills & probates

son    James MITCHELMORE

b 1858.2 Newton Abbot

chr 30Apr1858 Kingsteignton

d 1858.2 Newton Abbot

bur 6May1858 Kingsteignton @ 4 wk

son    Mark B MITCHELMORE

b 1866.4 Newton Abbot

adau   Annie MITCHELMORE

b 1868.4 St Austell (Mary Annie PRIOR)

1871 @ 2 b St Blazey, Cornwall ^  Fore Street, St Blazey with grandparents William and Eleanor POTE (Mary A PRIOR)

1881 scholar @ 12 b St Blazey ^ Foundry Street, St Blazey with grandparents William and Eleanor POTE

d 1893.1 Farnham @ 25

bur 4Mar1893 Thursley, Surrey @ 25 ^ Hindhead

dau    Alice Rebecca MITCHELMORE

b 1871.1 Newton Abbot

1871 @ 3 mo b Kingsteignton ^ Townsend, Kingsteignton with parents (Alice R)

1881 scholar @ 10 b Kingsteignton ^ Higher Lodge, Abbots Kerswell with parents (Alice R)

1891 @ 20 b Kingsteignton ^ Hernefield, Stokeinteignhead (Alice)

1901 @ 29 b Kingsteignton ^ Down End, Shottermill, Surrey with father (Alice)

1911 letting of furnished apartment @ 39 b Kingsteignton ^ 3 Hillside, Tilford Road, Hindhead (Alice)

d 1933.1 Farnham @ 60 (Alice R)

bur 24Jan1933 Hindhead @ 60 ^ The Infirmary, Farnham

d 21Jan1933 Infirmary, Farnham: spinster ^ Hill View, Sandheath Road, Beacon Hill, nr Hindhead, Surrey; probate granted 11Apr1933 to [cousin] Susan MITCHELMORE, estate £598 3s 4d UK wills & probates

 

 

 

 

 

In 1851, Richard and his wife-to-be were both servants of William ALBAN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Richard's estate would have been equivalent to about £50,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Susan was formerly thought to be the daughter of Richard's sister Susanna .

 

 

 

Susan's aunt Susan was working as a servant in the same households as her niece in 1871 and 1881.

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Susan's estate would have been equivalent to about £90,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It appears that Richard, his daughter Alice and Annie's siblings all moved to the Shottermill area about 1891. However, it is not known why Richard adopted Annie.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Alice's estate would have been equivalent to about £100,000 today.


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 1891

head  Sarah MICHELMORE

chr 29Jan1818 Thurlestone ^ Onamouth

1851 general servant, unm, pauper @ 34 b Thurlestone ^ Kingsbridge Union Workhouse, Churchstow

dau    Sarah Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1845.4 Kingsbridge

dau    Rosa MITCHELMORE

b 1853.3 Kingsbridge

d 1854.2 Kingsbridge

bur 8Jun1854 Thurlestone @ 9 mo ^ Union House

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1854.3 Kingsbridge (MUCHALMOR)

 


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0024

head  William MITCHELMORE

chr 17Mar1811 Stokenham

m 23Apr1834 Dodbrooke

1841 labourer @ 30 b Devon ^ Barrack Street, Dodbrooke (Wm MUCHAMORE)

1851 bargeman and porter @ 40 b Stockingham ^ Ebrington Street, Dodbrooke

1861 lighter man @ 50 b Stokenham ^ Ebrington Street, Dodbrooke

1871 @ 60 b Stokinham ^ Ebrington Street, Dodbrooke. Also in household: his nephew John MUNSLOW

1881 bargeman (retired) @ 71 b Stokenham ^ Ebrington Street, Dodbrooke

d 1884.1 Kingsbridge @ 72

sp      Agnes KELON

(b 1812) Charleton

m 23Apr1834 Dodbrooke

1841 @ 28 b Devon ^ Barrack Street, Dodbrooke (Agness MUCHAMORE)

1851 @ 38 b Charleton ^ Ebrington Street, Dodbrooke

1861 @ 49 b Charleton ^ Elrington Street,Dodbrooke (Agnes)

1871 @ 58 b Charleton ^ Ebrington Street, Dodbrooke

1881 washerwoman @ 62 b Charleton ^ Ebrington Street, Dodbrooke (Agness)

1891 lodger, widow @ 78 ^ 3 Barrack Street Dodbrooke (Agnes); head: Fred LUSCOMBE, grocer

d 1900.1 Kingsbridge @ 87 (MICHELMORE)


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 1152

head  Agnes MICHELMORE

(b 1821)

2Apr1837 committed for trial on charges of having hidden a still-born child at Buckland UK legal documents

1841 @ 15 b Devon ^ Buckland, Thurlestone with parents

m 1849.1 Kingsbridge

m 3Mar1849 Thurlestone: James BEVELL, labourer @ 20 ^ Thurlestone, father William BEVELL, labourer; Agnes MITCHELMORE ^ Bantham, father William MITCHELMORE, husbandman; witness William BEVELL

1851 @ 29 b Thurlestone ^ Thurlestone

dau    Elizabeth Wakeham MITCHELMORE

b 1843.3 Kingsbridge

chr 14Jun1846 Thurlestone ^ Bantham

1851 @ 7 b Thurlestone ^ Thurlestone (Elizabeth BEVELL)

1861 dairymaid @ 14 b Ringmore ^ Houghton, Bigbury (Elizabeth); head: Richard ANDREWS, farmer (Elizabeth)

sp      James BEVELL

chr 17Apr1829 Churchstow

m 1849.1 Kingsbridge

m 3Mar1849 Thurlestone

1851 @ 22 b Thurlestone ^ Thurlestone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

James BEVELL was a brother of Henry BEVELL, son-in-law of Agnes's aunt Sarah.


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0237

head  Sarah Jane MICHELMORE

chr 16Apr1826 Thurlestone

1841 @ 15 b Devon ^ Buckland, Thurlestone with parents (Sarah)

15Oct1844 @ 17: acquitted of larceny charge at Devon County Sessions(Sarah) UK legal documents

1845, 1847 ^ Bantham

m 1854.3 Plymouth

m 17Sep1854 Plymouth St Andrew: Robert HUXHAM, porter @ 32 ^ 8 St Andrew Street, father John HUXHAM, stonecutter; Sarah Jane MITCHELMORE @ 28 ^ 8 St Andrew Street, father William MITCHELMORE, farmer

1861 @ 35 b Plymouth ^ 4 Cooksly's Court ,  Plymouth (Sarah)

1871 @ 45 b Devon ^ Castle Dyke Lane , Plymouth (Sarah)

d before 1881

dau    Sarah Ann MITCHELMORE

chr 14Mar1847 Thurlestone

d 1847.1 Kingsbridge (Sara Ann)

bur 19Mar1847 Thurlestone @ 1 ^ Bantham (Sarah Anne)

sp       Robert HUXHAM

(b 1819)

m 1854.3 Plymouth

m 17Sep1854 Plymouth St Andrew

1861 porter @ 37 b Plymouth ^ 4 Cooksly's Court, Plymouth (Sarah)

1871 @ 51 b Devon ^ Castle Dyke Lane, Plymouth (Sarah)

1881 pensioner Royal Marines, widower @ 67 b Ottery St Mary ^ Royal Naval Hospital, East Stonehouse

d 1881.2 East Stonehouse @ 62

son    John William Christopher Michelmore HUXHAM

b 1858.1 Plymouth

d 1859.4 Plymouth (John William)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John Michelmore HUXHAM [Tree 900] was formerly thought to be a child of Sarah & Robert.


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0212

head  Mary MITCHELMORE

chr 21Nov1819 Stokenham (Mary)

1838 Stokenham: banns read Sep for James KELLOND and Mary MICHELMORE

m 1838.4 Kingsbridge

m 7Oct1838 Stokenham: James KELLOND, fisherman ^ Tor Cross , father William KELLOND, fisherman; Mary MITCHELMORE @ 19 ^ Stokenham, father Robt MICHELMORE, labourer

1841 @ 20 b Devon ^ Torcross. Also in household: Mary's sister Jemima

1851 @ 30 b Stokenham ^ Torcross

1881 @ 61 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham

1891 @ 70 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham

1901 @ 82 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham

d 14Jan1909 @ 90; bur Stokenham (Mary W)

dau    Betsy Kellond MITCHELMORE

chr 21Jan1838 Stokenham, "base born, daughter of James KELLOND"

1841 @ 3 b Devon ^ Torcross with parents (Betsy KELLOND)

1851 @ 13 b Stokenham ^ Torcross with parents (Betsy KELLOND)

1881 @ 43 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (Betsy KELLOND)

sp      James KELLOND

chr 9Jun1816 Stokenham, "son of William, labourer ^ Tor Cross, & his wife Elizabeth”

m 1838.4 Kingsbridge

m 7Oct1838 Stokenham

1841 fisherman @ 25 b Devon ^ Torcross (Thomas )

1851 fisherman @ 34 b Stokenham ^ Torcross

1881 fisherman @ 64 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham

1891 fisherman @ 74 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham

d 1898.1 Kingbridge @ 81


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0227

head  Sarah MITCHELMORE

chr 22Mar1822 Stokenham ^ Coleridge

1841 @ 15 b Devon ^ Village, Stokenham with parents

m 1844.4 Kingsbridge

m 25Dec1844 Stokenham: Samuel PEPPEREL, labourer ^ Chillington, father Samuel PEPPEREL, labourer; Sarah MITCHELMORE ^ Stokenham, father Robt MITCHELMORE, labourer; witness [father] Robt MITCHELMORE

1851 @ 29 b England ^ 3 Kensington Place, St Helier, Jersey

1861 laundress @ 39 b England ^ 5 Kensington Place, St Helier. Also in household: Austin [cousin on her mother's side], boarder

dau    Louisa Pepperell MITCHELMORE

b 1841.1 Kingsbridge (Louisa)

chr 14Mar1841 Stokenham

1841 @ 3 mo b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with grandparents Robert & Elizabeth (Louisa)

1851 @ 10 b England ^ 3 Kensington Place, St Helier, Jersey (Louisa PEPPERELL)

sp      Samuel PEPPEREL

(b 1822) Stokenham

m 1844.4 Kingsbridge

m 25Dec1844 Stokenham, MITCHELMORE

1851 labourer @ 30 b England ^ 3 Kensington Place, St Helier, Jersey

1861 labourer @ 40 b England ^ 5 Kensington Place, St Helier, Jersey

 


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0157

head  Robert MITCHELMORE

chr 27Mar1836 Stokenham ^ Chillington

1841 @ 5 b Devon ^ Village, Stokenham with parents

1851 agricultural labourer @ 15 ^ Vicarage House, Stokenham with parents

1858 Stokenham: 3rd banns read 8Aug for Robert MICHELMORE and Susanna STEER

m 1858.3 Kingsbridge

m 22Aug1858 Stokenham: Robert MITCHELMORE, labourer @ 23, father Robert MITCHELMORE; Susanna STEER @ 22 ^ Beesands, father William STEER, fisherman

1859-1868 labourer ^ Stokenham

1861 agricultural labourer @ 25 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham. Also in household: his mother Elizabeth [referred to as his "mother-in-law"]

1871 agricultural labourer @ 35 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham

1881 agricultural labourer @ 45 b Stokenham ^ Sherford (MICHELMORE)

1891 agricultural labourer @ 55 b Stokenham ^ Sherford

1901 cattleman on farm @ 65 b Stokenham ^ Sorley Cottages, Churchstow

17Jul1903 farm labourer ^ Sorley Cottages, Churchstow: charged with concealing the birth of a child by his housekeeper, Bertha JOHNS UK legal documents

16Nov1903 labourer @ 67: found guilty of harbouring Bertha JOHNS, knowing her to have murdered her infant child UK legal documents

1911 old age pensioner, widower  @ 75 b Stokenham ^ 4 Flora Place, Ebrington Street, Kingsbridge; head: William SKELTON, waggoner

d 1913.2 Newton Abbot @ 77

bur 13May1913 Sherford @ 77 ^ Workhouse Infirmary, Newton Abbot

sp      Susanna STEER

chr 3Jul1836 Stokenham

m 1858.3 Kingsbridge

m 22Aug1858 Stokenham

1861 washerwoman @ 24 b Stokenham

1871 @ 34 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham (Susan L)

1881 @ 44 b Stokenham ^ Sherford (MICHELMORE)

1891 @ 54 b Stokenham ^ Sherford

?1901 married inmate, no occupation @ 74 b Torcross ^ Kingsbridge Union Workhouse, Kingsbridge

?d 1906.1 Kingsbridge @ 79

?bur 26Mar1906 Sherford @ 79 ^ Union House

dau    Emma Jane MITCHELMORE

b 1859.1 Kingsbridge

chr 13Feb1859 Stokenham

d 1859.1 Kingsbridge

bur 31Mar1859 Stokenham @ 9 wk

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1861.2 Kingsbridge

chr 17Mar1861 Stokenham

1861 @ 1 mo b Stokenham

d 1863.1 Kingsbridge

bur 1Apr1863 Stokenham @ 2

son    Robert Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1864.1 Kingsbridge

son    William MITCHELMORE

b 1866.2 Kingsbridge

dau    Mary Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr 31May1868 Stokenham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No further records of Mary have been found.


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0761

head  George Adams MITCHAMORE

chr [2Mar1823] Chivelstone (George)

m 1847.1 Plymouth (George)

1851 solicitor's general clerk @ 28 b Chivelstone ^ 34 York Street, Plymouth St Andrew (George)

d 22Oct1853 Plymouth: solicitor's clerk, accidentally drowned in Weston Mill Lake UK life events

sp      Sarah Jeffery HILLS

(b 1818) New Romney, Kent

m 1847.1 Plymouth

1851 @ 32 b New Romney ^ 34 York Street, Plymouth St Andrew

185x emigrated to the US with his mother and siblings after his father had died

1860 @ 42 ^ Columbus OH with her father Charles HILLS, clerk @ 68 b England(Sarah MICHAMORE)

1870 chambermaid in State Asylum for Idiots @ 40 b England ^ Columbus OH (Sarah MICHAMORE)

1880 widowed seamstress @ 60 b England ^ Columbus OH [in boarding house] (S)

1887-1892 seamstress, imbecile asylum, Columbus (Mrs S MITCH[A]MORE) Other North American population surveys

dau    Elizabeth Ann MITCHAMORE

b 1847.4 Plymouth

b 2Dec1848 Plymouth North American memorial inscriptions

known as Bessie Other North American population surveys

1851 @ 3 b Plymouth ^ 34 York Street, Plymouth St Andrew with parents

1860 @ 12 ^ Columbus with mother (Elizabeth A MICHAMORE)

1862 [sic] emigrated to US with family North American life events

1870 chambermaid in State Asylum for Idiots @ 22 b England ^ Columbus OH(Bessie MICHAMORE)

1880 unm seamstress @ 30 b England ^ Columbus [in boarding house] (B)

1889-1891 seamstress, imbecile asylum, Columbus (Bessie) Other North American population surveys

1910 @ 64 b England ^ Columbus (Bessie A). Also in household: her nieces Alice and Margaret and her nephew Joseph

never married, helped her niece Sarah and her sister raise her brothers when their parents died North American life events

d 25Jul1915; bur Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus (Bessie) North American memorial inscriptions

son    Charles Hills MITCHAMORE

b 1850.2 Plymouth

son    George Adams MITCHAMORE

b 1852.2 Plymouth

1860 @ 8 mo [sic] ^ Columbus with mother (George MICHAMORE)

1862 [sic] emigrated to US with family North American life events

17Oct1873 labourer @ 21 b Plymouth: enlisted in US Army for 5 yr US military records

27Nov1878 soldier @ 26 b Plymouth ^ Presidio of San Francisco CA: reenlisted in US Army for 2yr US military records

1880 unm soldier @ 27 b England ^ Fort Lowell, Pima AZ

d 11May1881 Fort Lowell AZ, "Sergeant, M Company, 6th Cavalry Regiment; suicide by shooting” (George) US military records

d 11May1881; bur San Francisco National Cemetery, San Francisco CA, "erected by his comrades in arms” (Geo A) US military records

 

 

 

George's employer was Jonathon LUXMOORE, who was living at 14 North Street, Plymouth Charles, in 1851.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

George's memorial

George's memorial


Tree 05

Generation 6

Family 0077

head  Samuel Adams MITCHELMORE

(b 1815) South Prawl

chr 20Apr1818 Kingsbridge Ebenezer Chapel Methodist personal communication

m 29Feb1836 Exeter St Edmund, BAKER

1836 cabinet maker ^ Ewings Lane

1837 ^ Coombe Street

1838 carpenter ^ Goldsmith Street

1841 joiners journeyman @ 26 b Devon ^ Victoria Place, Exeter St Paul (Saml)

1841 joiner

1843, 1847 ^ Paul Street, Exeter

1846 carpenter

1847 fireman, Norwich fire engine, Exeter (Samuel) UK life events

1851 joiner @ 33 b South Peval ^ Paul Place, Bradnich and Castle Yard, Exeter (MITCHANNA). Also in household: Allice ROBERTS @ 3 mo b Exeter "vist (daur)"

1858 joiner ^ Paul Street, Exeter St Paul

1861 joiner @ 45 b Prawl ^ 10 St Pauls Place, Exeter St Paul (Samuel)

1863 beer house keeper ^ Paul Street, Exeter (MICHELMORE) UK legal documents

1867 fireman: much bruised when thrown from fire engine at Exeter (? MITCHAMORE) UK life events

1871 carpenter @ 55 b Prawle ^ Bonhay Road, Exeter St Edmund (MITCHAMORE). Also in household: grandson Henry BOUNDY [his daughter Maria's son]

1871 trader ^ Bonhay Road: protested against obstruction on Bonhay Road (Samuel) UK life events

1875 four boys fined for throwing stones at him and his dog (Samuel) UK legal documents

1881 carpenter @ 66 b South Prawl ^ Bonhay Road, Exeter St Edmund

d 1884.3 Exeter @ 69 (Samuel MITCHAMORE)

d 4Aug1884 Bonhay Road, Exeter @ 69 (Samuel MITCHAMORE) UK newspaper announcements

bur 4Aug1884 Exeter St Edmund @ 69 ^ Bowhay Road

sp      Mary Ann BAKER

(b 1817) Exeter

m 29Feb1836 Exeter St Edmund

1841 @ 24 b Devon ^ Victoria Place, Exeter St Paul (Mary)

1851 @ 34 b Heavitree ^ Paul Place, Bradnich and Csstle Yard, Exeter

1861 @ 45 b Exeter ^ 10 St Pauls Place, Exeter St Paul (Mary A)

1863 successfully sued Charlotte UPHAM for using bad language against her (MICHELMORE) UK legal documents

1871 @ 54 b Heavitree ^ Bonhay Road, Exeter St Edmund

1881 @ 64 b Exeter ^ Bonhay Road, Exeter St Edmund

1891 widow @ 74 b Heavitree ^ 8 Bowhay Road, Exeter St Edmond, with son Samuel George

1891 servant, nurse, widow @ 67 b Ringmore ^ St Wilfred Home for Aged Women, 36 Bartholomew East, Exeter St Olave; head: Alice COBB (Mary A)

d 1894.2 Exeter @ 76 (MITCHAMORE)

bur 7Jun1894 Exeter St Edmund @ 76 ^ Bowhay Road

son    Samuel Adams MITCHAMORE

chr 31Jul1836 Exeter St Mary Steps (Samuel)

d 1847.2 Exeter (Samuel MICHAMORE)

bur 2Apr1837 Exeter St Mary Steps @ 2 mo ^ Bartholomew Yard (Samuel MICHELMORE)

dau    Emma MITCHAMORE

chr 20Jul1837 Exeter St Mary Major, "daughter of Emma MITCHAMORE, servant ^ Coombe Street"

1841 @ 5 b Devon ^ Victoria Place, Exeter St Paul with parents

1851 unm @ 15 b Exeter ^ Paul Place, Bradnich and Castle Yard, Exeter with parents (MITCHANNA)

m1 186x, BALLARD

m2 2Oct1898 St Peters, Everton, Lancashire: John WEAVER, widower, freight clerk @ 60 ^ 11 Cartwright Street, father William WEAVER (deceased), tailor; Emma BALLARD, widow @ 60 ^ 11 Cartwright Street, father Samuel MITCHAMORE (deceased), builder

dau    Maria MITCHAMORE

b 1838.4 Exeter

b 16Nov1838 Exeter personal communication

chr 2Dec1838 Exeter All Hallows

1841 @ 3 b Devon ^ Victoria Place, Exeter St Paul with parents (MITCHELMORE)

1851 @ 13 b Exeter ^ Paul Place, Bradnich and Castle Yard, Exeter with parents (MITCHANNA)

m 1858.4 Exeter (MITCHAMORE)

m 14Nov1858 Exeter St Paul: Samuel BOUNDY, joiner ^ St Paul's, father Humphrey BOUNDY, tailor; Maria MITCHAMORE, dressmaker @ 20 ^ St Paul's, father Samuel MITCHAMORE, joiner; witness [father] Samuel MITCHAMORE

1866 ^ St Paul Street, Exeter

son John Mitchamore BOUNDY

b 1866.4 Exeter

b 8Sep1866 Exeter personal communication

chr 3Oct1866 Exeter St Paul

1871 @ 4 b Exeter ^ Edmund Square, Bonhay Road, Exeter St Edmund with parents (John M)

1881 errand boy @ 15 b Exeter ^ 120 Duckett Street, Mile End Old Town with parents (John BANDY)

m 14Aug1887 Poplar, Jane Elizabeth PEARCE personal communication

1891 labourer @ 24 b Exeter ^ 5 Caverick Street, Poplar (John)

1901 dock labourer @ 35 b Exeter ^ 5 Garnish Road, Poplar

1911 labourer @ 45 ^ 7 Claude Street, Poplar (John)

d 1923.4 Poplar @ 57 (John M)

d 2Oct1923 Poplar personal communication

1871 dressmaker @ 32 b Exeter ^ 11 Edmund Square, Bonhay Road, Exeter St Edmund

1874 ^ Exe Island

dau Eliza Mitchamore BOUNDY

b 1874.1 Exeter

chr 6Feb1874 Exeter St Edmund

1881 scholar @ 6 b Exeter ^ 120 Duckett Street, Mile End Old Town with parents (Eliza BANDY)

1891 domestic @ 17 b Devon ^ 231 Kew Ferry Road, Poplar (Eliza)

1901 @ 28 ^ 279 Manchester Road,  Poplar with father and stepmother (Emily)

1876 ^ Commercial Road,  Exeter

dau Alice Maude Mary Michelmore BOUNDY

b 1876.1 Exeter (Alice Maud M M)

chr 4Feb1876 Exeter St Edmund

1881 scholar @ 6 b Exeter ^ 120 Duckett Street, Mile End Old Town with parents (Alice Maud BANDY)

1891 scholar @ 14 b Exeter ^ 279 Manchester Road,  Poplar with parents

1901 @ 24 ^ 279 Manchester Road,  Poplar with father and stepmother (Alice)

m 1922.1 Poplar, Isaac COTTAGE (Alice)

1881 dressmaker @ 42 b Exeter ^ 120 Duckett Street, Mile End Old Town

d 31Oct1881 London personal communication

1891 @ 53 b Exeter ^ 279 Manchester Road, Poplar (Mary A)

d 1892.2 Poplar @ 54

dau    Charlotte MITCHAMORE

chr 3Oct1841 Exeter St Paul

d 1843.4 Exeter

bur 26Nov1843 Exeter St Paul @ 2 ^ St Paul Street

son    Samuel MITCHAMORE

b 1846.2 Exeter

chr 24Mar1846 Exeter St Paul

d 1847.2 Exeter (MICHAMORE)

bur 11Apr1847 Exeter St Paul @ 11 mo ^ St Paul Street

son    Samuel George MITCHAMORE

b 1858.3 Exeter (Samuel G)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is not known who Allice ROBERTS was, nor why she was referred to as a visitor and a daughter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It appears that Mary was enumerated twice in 1891. The data from St Wilfred's seem rather unreliable, as the birthplaces of several women have been corrected.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Later records suggest that Emma's parents were in fact Samuel and Mary.

 
Generation 7

Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 0061

head  Richard MITCHELMORE

chr 7Mar1813 Stokenham ^ Chillington

1823 Stokenham: apprenticed to Ambrose Hext RANDALL, yeoman UK legal documents

m 1838.3 Totnes

m 2Sep1838 Dartmouth St Petrox: Richard MICHELMORE, sawyer ^ St Petrox, father Thomas MICHELMORE, labourer; Elizabeth Burrell CHORLEY ^ St Petrox, father William CHORLEY, mariner; witness Wm CHORLEY

1841 sawyer @ 28 b Devon ^ Bears Cove, Dartmouth St Petrox

1850 carpenter, Dartmouth (Rd MICHELMORE) UK street & trade directories

1851 sawyer @ 37 b Stokenham ^ Mariners Place, Townstall, Dartmouth

1856-1857 timber dealer and sawyer ^ Millpond, Dartmouth UK street & trade directories

1859 found guilty by a House of Commons Committee of receiving £10 from William TUCKER to induce him to abstain from voting UK life events

1859 found guilty by Electoral Commission of taking ₤35 from Sir T TUCKER to vote for him UK life events

29Nov1859 timber dealer and sawyer ^ Mill Pond Timber Yard, Dartmouth, insolvent debtor, summoned to appear for examination on 8Dec next at Totnes

1861 timber dealer and sawyer @ 47 b Stokenham ^ 216 New Road, Dartmouth

1861 bankruptcy proceedings completed UK businesses

1862 sawyer ^ Townstal

1864 innkeeper ^ Clarence Inn, Clarence Hill UK life events

1869-1870 beer retailer ^ Clarence Inn, Clarence Hill UK street & trade directories

1871 sawyer @ 56 b Dartmouth ^ King Street, Brixham

1877 timber merchant

1881 sawyer @ 66 b Stokenham ^ Middle Street, Brixham. Also in household: his grandson Henry G COOK [son of daughter Sarah]

d 1882.4 Totnes @ 69

d 21Nov1882 Brixham @ 69; bur Brixham St Mary. Named on same memorial: his wife Elizabeth

bur 26Nov1882 Brixham St Mary @ 69

sp      Elizabeth Burrell CHORLEY

(b 1815) Dartmouth

m 1838.3 Totnes

m 2Sep1838 Dartmouth St Petrox

1841 wife @ 26 b Devon ^ Bears Cove, Dartmouth St Petrox (Elizabeth)

1851 @ 35 b Dartmouth ^ Mariners Place , Townstall, Dartmouth (Eliza)

1861 @ 45 b Dartmouth ^ 216 New Road, Dartmouth (Elizabeth B)

1871 @ 54 b Dartmouth ^ King Street, Brixham (Elizabeth)

1881 @ 65 b Dartmouth ^ Middle Street, Brixham (Elizabeth B)

1891 @ 78 b Dartmouth ^ 31 Derby Road, Southampton with son Thomass (Elizabeth)

d 1900.1 Hendon @ 89 (Elizabeth)

d 30Jan1900 Brixham @ 88; bur Brixham St Mary (Elizabeth)

son    Philip Chorley MITCHELMORE

b 16Dec1839

chr 12Jan1840 Dartmouth St Petrox

1841 @ 2 b Devon ^ Bears Cove, Dartmouth St Petrox with parents

1851 scholar @ 11 b Dartmouth ^ Mariners Place , Townstall, Dartmouth with parents

1894 ^ 41 Northumberland Avenue, Southampton: submitted applications for patents concerning hydro-carbon, compound petroleum and other explosive engines (P) UK businesses

2Feb1895 ^ 41 Northumberland Avenue, Southampton: patent specification accepted UK businesses

son    George Henry MITCHELMORE

b 5Apr1841 Dartmouth

dau    Sarah Barrett MITCHELMORE

(b 1846) Jersey

1851 scholar @ 5 b St Helier, Jersey ^ Mariners Place , Townstall, Dartmouth with parents (Sarah)

1861 unm @ 14 b Jersey ^ 216 New Road, Dartmouth with parents (Sarah B)

m 1868.3 Totnes

m 29Aug1868 Dartmouth St Clement: Henry COOK, steward HMS St George @ 25 ^ Townstall, Dartmouth, father Joseph COOK, painter; Sarah Ann MITCHELMORE @ 22 ^ Townstall, Dartmouth, father Richard MITCHELMORE, sawyer; witnesses [father] Richard and [sister] Mary MITCHELMORE

m 29Aug1868 Dartmouth St Clement: H COOK ^ HMS St George, Portland; Sarah MITCHELMORE, eldest daughter of Mr R MITCHELMORE ^ Dartmouth UK newspaper announcements

1871 @ 24 b Surrey ^ Melcombe, Dorset

son    James Richard MITCHELMORE

b 1848.4 Totnes

dau    Mary Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1851.2 Totnes

(b 28Mar1851)

1851 @ 2 dy b Dartmouth ^ Mariners Place , Townstall, Dartmouth with parents (infant not named)

1861 @ 10 b Dartmouth ^ 216 New Road, Dartmouth with parents (Mary E)

chr 19Aug1862 Dartmouth St Clement

1871 @ 20 b Dartmouth ^ Queen's Hotel, King Street, Melcombe Regis, Dorset with sister Sarah and husband (Mary Elizth)

m 1874.1 Weymouth, Frederick LEGGETT

m 28Mar1974 Melcombe Regis, Dorset: Frederick LIGGETT, guard, Great Western Railway, father Frederick LIGGETT, tanner; Mary Elizabeth MITCHELMORE ^ Melcombe Regis, father Richard MITCHELMORE, sawyer

1881 @ 30 b Dartmouth ^ 5 Ranelagh Terrace, Melcombe Regis, Dorset (Mary E)

son    Thomas Leigh MITCHELMORE

(b 1852) Dartmouth

son    Frederick Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1855.3 Totnes

son    William Richard MITCHELMORE

b 1860.2 Totnes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1894, Philip may have been living with his brother William or simply using his workshop.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary's baptismal register records her birth date as 29Aug1851; either this was an error or the census was taken 6 mo late in Dartmouth.

 

Mary and her brothers Thomas , Frederick and William were all baptised at the same ceremony.


Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 1806

head  Austin MITCHELMORE

chr 6Feb1820 Stokenham ^ Coleridge

1831 apprenticed to John PITTS, yeoman, Stokenham [as was his sister Mary] UK legal documents

1841 Stokenham: banns read Mar for Austin MICHELMORE and Elizabeth BROOKING

m 1841.2 Kingsbridge

m 11Apr1841 Stokenham: Austin MITCHELMORE, labourer ^ Stokenham, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, labourer; Elizabeth BROOKING ^ Stokenham, father Thomas BROOKING, labourer

1841 sawyer @ 25 b Devon ^ High Street, Dartmouth St Petrox

1843 labourer ^ Frittercombe

1845 labourer ^ Chillington

1851 sawyer @ 31 b England ^ 2 Commercial Street, St Helier, Jersey

1855 sawyer ^ St Helier (Augustin)

1861 sawyer @ 42 b England ^ 5 Kensington Place, St Helier, Jersey, boarding with  Samuel and Sarah PEPPERELL

1871 wood sawyer, sole head @ 50 ^ 14 Parade Place, St Helier, Jersey; boarding with Rachel QUERESIEL?

1881 widowed sawyer @ 60 b England ^ 1 Cross Street, St Helier, Jersey, lodging with Rachel QUERNPEL, unm dressmaker ( Andrew MICHELMORE)

1891 married sawyer, boarder @ 70 b England ^ 2 Hovfre? Street, St Helier, Jersey (Aurton); head: Rachel QUÉRIFIEL, married dressmaker

sp      Elizabeth BROOKING

chr 9Mar1823 Stokenham ^ Killington

m 1841.2 Kingsbridge

m 11Apr1841 Stokenham

1841 wife @ 25 b Devon ^ High Street, Dartmouth St Petrox

1851 shopkeeper @ 29 b England ^ 2 Commercial Street, St Helier, Jersey

1861 grocer and publican, head @ 40 b England ^ 35 Gloucester Street, St Helier, Jersey

1881 @ 58 b England ^ Bristol Hotel, 70 Esplanade, St Helier, with son James and his family (Elizabeth DUNN). Also in household: daughter Blanch DUNN @ 15 b Guernsey.

son    William Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 24Jul1841 Dartmouth

son    John Austin MITCHELMORE

b 1843.3 Kingsbridge

chr 3Sep1843 Stokenham

1851 scholar @ 8 b England ^ 2 Commercial Street, St Helier, Jersey with parents (John A)

son    George Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1845.3 Kingsbridge

son    James MITCHELMORE

b 1847.2 Kingsbridge

1851 @ 3 b England ^ 2 Commercial Street, St Helier, Jersey with parents

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

(b 1851) Jersey

1861 scholar @ 9 b Jersey ^ 35 Glocester Street, St Helier, Jersey with mother

dau    Ann MICHINMORE

b 16Jun1851

chr 20Jul1851 St Helier, Jersey, "godparents: John VICQ, Ann McALLEN"

son    James Weeks MITCHELMORE

b 7Mar1855 St Helier, Jersey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Sarah PEPPERELL recorded in 1861 was Austin's cousin on his mother's side.

 

 

Hovfre? Street is next to Cross Street on the 1891 census, so the 1881 and 1891 residences may actually be the same.

 

 

It appears that Austin and Elizabeth separated before 1861. By 1871, Austin appears to have established a de facto relationship with Rachel QUÉRIFIEL while Elizabeth appears to have married a Mr DUNN.


Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 0027

head  John MITCHELMORE

chr 9Feb1823 Stokenham ^ Chillington

1841 apprentice @ 19 b Devon ^ Bears Cove, Dartmouth St Petrox with cousin Elizabeth and brother Thomas

m 1845.4 Kingsbridge (MITCHAMORE)

m 18Nov1845 South Pool: John MITCHAMORE, labourer ^ North Pool, father Thos MITCHAMORE, labourer; Ann COSE, servant ^ North Pool, father John COSE, labourer; witness [sister-in-law?] Elizabeth MICHELMORE

1846 -1862 agricultural labourer ^ North Pool

1851 agricultural labourer @ 28 b Stokenham ^ North Pool, South Pool (MICHAMORE)

1861 farm labourer @ 37 b Chillington ^ North Pool Village

1871 agricultural labourer @ 47 b Stokenham ^ Lower Coombe, South Pool (MITCHAM)

1881 agricultural labourer @ 57 b Stokenham ^ Combe, South Pool. Also in household: his son George and grandson William [his daughter Charlotte's son]

1891 farm labourer @ 60 b Stokenham ^ South Pool village; also in household: his granddaughter Augusta

d 1893.4 Kingsbridge @ 69

d 28Nov1893 Kingsbridge

bur 3Dec1893 South Pool @ 69

sp      Ann COASE

(b 1820) Diptford

m 1845.4 Kingsbridge (COSE)

m 18Nov1845 South Pool

1851 @ 30 b Diptford ^ North Pool, South Pool

1861 farm labourer @ 41 b Diptford ^ North Pool Village

1871 @ 50 b Diptford ^ Lower Coombe, South Pool (MITCHAM)

1881 carrier @ 59 b Diptford ^ Combe, South Pool

1889-1893 carrier to Kingsbridge Wed & Fri ^ South Pool UK street & trade directories

1891 carrier @ 63 b Diptford

1901 @ 80 b Diptford ^ Stokenham with daughter Mary Ann and family

d 1908.2 Kingsbridge @ 90

bur 6May1908 South Pool @ 90 ^ Kellaton

dau    Mary Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1846.1 Kingsbridge

b 20Jan1846 North Pool, South Pool

chr 1Jul1846 South Pool (Marianne)

1851 scholar @ 5 b South Pool

1861 housemaid @ 15 ^ North Pool Farmhouse, head: Wm J FAIRWEATHER

m 1863.4 Kingsbridge, William STONE

son John Mitchelmore STONE

b 1865.4 Kingsbridge

chr 19Jan1868 South Pool (John Mitchamore)

1881 agricultural labourer @ 15 b South Pool ^ North Pool, South Pool with parents (John)

m 1889.3 Kingsbridge, Mary Jane Jarvis JEFFERY

1891 coachman domestic @ 25 b South Pool ^ Duncombe Street, Kingsbridge (John M)

1901 coachman domestic @ 35 b Kingsbridge ^ Kingsbridge (John M)

1911 coachman domestic @ 45 b South Pool ^ 13 Ebrington Street , Kingsbridge

d 1938.3 Plymouth @ 73 (John M)

1871 @ 27 b Stokenham ^ North Pool, South Pool. Also in household: her grandmother Mary

1881 @ 35 b Stokenham ^ North Pool, South Pool. Also in household: her niece Augusta

1891 @ 47 b South Pool ^ Village Cottage, South Pool

1901 @ 56 b South Pool ^ Stokenham

d 1928.3 @ 83 Kingsbridge (Mary A)

dau    Caroline Reeves MITCHELMORE [Tree 01]

b 1849.1 Kingsbridge

son    Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1851.4 Kingsbridge

dau    Charlotte MITCHELMORE

b 1853.4 Kingsbridge

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1856.1 Kingsbridge

son    Edward Coase MITCHELMORE

b 1858.3 Kingsbridge

son    George MITCHELMORE

b 1862.1 Kingsbridge

 


Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 0565

head  Thomas MITCHELMORE

chr 25Sep1825 Stokenham ^ Chillington

1841 apprentice @ 15 b Devon ^ Bear's Cove, Dartmouth with his brother John

1845 native of Dartmouth, Devon: started fishing in the Strait of Belle Isle NL North American life events

1845-1854 ^ Buclichen: seaman's register ticket 172268 (Thos MAUCHEMORE) UK shipping & migration

m1 1853 Anchor Point, DUNCAN

m2 12Oct1854 Strait of Belle Isle Mission NL: Thomas MITCHELMORE, widower @ 28 ^ Green Island Cove NL, late of Dartmouth, Devon, England; Maria BILLET @ 18 ^ Flower's Cove NL; in the house of Mr William WELLS at Flower's Cove

1854-1873 ^ Lower Cove NL North American life events

1856 ^ Green Island Cove, pop. 7 North American life events

17Jun1857 Poverty Cove: subscribed 3s 1½d to the British North America Society For Educating the Poor in Newfoundland (T) North American life events

m3 4Jul1858 Strait of Belle Isle Mission: Thomas MITCHELMORE, widower, late of Dartmouth, County Devon, England, now of Green Island Cove; Fanny WHELAN, spinster, of French Island Harbour NL; married at Green Island Cove

1871 ^ Green Island, French Shore NL: head of only household, pop. 8 (Henry MITCHELMOORE) Other North American population surveys

1872 ^ Green Island Cove: head of one of two households , total pop. 20 North American life events

1873 married with 7 children ^ Green Island Cove, St Barbe North (T) North American life events

1891 b England ^ Green Island Cove (pop. 38) North American life events

1898 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1904 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 23Oct1907 Green Island Cove; bur Green Island Cove. Named on the same memorial: his wife Fanny

sp1    Elizabeth DUNCAN

(b 1834) Bear Cove, "daughter of Lieut. Alexander DUNCAN and Mary WATTS" [marriage register]

m 1853 Anchor Point

d 27Nov1853 Lower Cove NL @ 19, in childbirth; bur Anchor Point NL

sp2    Maria BILLET

(b 1836)

m 12Oct1854 Strait of Belle Isle Mission

d 20Dec1855 Nameless Cove NL

sp3    Fanny Anne WHALEN

(b 1838) French Island Harbor personal communication

m 4Jul1858 Strait of Belle Isle Mission ^ Flower's Cove

d 20Mar1898 Green Island Cove, "cause consumption"

d 1898; bur Green Island Cove (Fanny)

son    Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 7Nov1857 Green Island Cove

dau    Mary Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1Sep1859 Green Island Cove

known as Polly

m 188x, Alex GOULD

dau    Joanna MITCHELMORE

b 29Oct1862 Black Duck Cove NL

son    Richard MITCHELMORE

b Jul1864 Green Island Cove

dau    Susanna MITCHELMORE

b 1866 Green Island Cove

m 17Oct1883 Green Island Cove: Leander PARSONS, widower @ 28 ^ Green Island Cove, father Tobias PARSON; Susanna MITCHELMORE @ 17 ^ Green Island Cove, father Thomas MITCHELMORE; witness [brother] Richard

son    George MITCHELMORE

b Feb1870 Green Island Cove

son    Austin MITCHELMORE

b 10Jun1871

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 30Apr1874 Green Island Cove

son    John MITCHELMORE

b Jul1880 Green Island Cove

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Information on the area of Newfoundland where Thomas settled is available here.

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas

Thomas


Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 0033

head  William MITCHELMORE

chr 30Apr1820 Slapton

1841 male servant @ 21 b Devon ^ Lower Coltscoombe, Slapton; head: Jarvis FAIRWEATHER, farmer

m 1846.2 Kingsbridge

1846, 1852 labourer ^ Slapton

m 6Jun1846 Slapton: William MITCHELMORE, labourer @ 26 ^ Slapton, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer; Joanne JELLARD @ 32 ^ Slapton, father Richard JELLARD , labourer

1851 agricultural labourer @ 30 b Slapton ^ Slapton

1853-1858 labourer ^ Slapton

1861 farm labourer @ 40 ^ Slapton

1871 agricultural labourer b Slapton ^ Slapton Village

1881 agricultural labourer @ 61 b Slapton ^ Slapton Village Also in household: his nephew George 2321

d 1891.1 Kingsbridge @ 70

d 31Dec1890 @ 70; bur Slapton. Named on same memorial: his wife Joanna and son George

d 31Dec1890 Lees Square, Slapton @ 71 UK newspaper announcements

bur 4Jan1891 Slapton @ 71

sp      Joanna JELLARD

(b 1816) Slapton

chr 20Nov1814 Slapton

m 1846.2 Kingsbridge (GELLARD)

m 6Jun1846 Slapton

1851 @ 34 b Slapton ^ Slapton (Johanna)

1861 @ 46 b Slapton^ Slapton (Johanna)

1871 @ 53 b Slapton ^ Slapton Village (Johanna)

1881 @ 65 b Slapton ^ Slapton Village

1891 widow @ 76 b Slapton ^ Oak Hill, Slapton. Also in household: her son George and her granddaughter Katherine

d 1899.1 Kingsbridge @ 84

d 21Jan1899 @ 84; bur Slapton

son    William Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1846.4 Kingsbridge

dau    Sarah MITCHELMORE

b 1849.2 Kingsbridge

1851 @ 2 b Slapton ^ Slapton with parents

chr 30May1852 Slapton

1861 scholar @ 10 b Slapton ^ Slapton with parents

m 1876.3 Totnes, George DANIELS [1881 plumber]

1881 @ 33 b Slapton ^ Slapton Village visiting her brother John with husband

son    John MITCHELMORE

b 1853.2 Kingsbridge

son    George MITCHELMORE

b 1856.2 Kingsbridge

chr 11May1856 Slapton

1861 scholar @ 5 b Slapton ^ Slapton with parents

1871 agricultural labourer @ 14 b Slapton ^ Slapton Village with parents

1881 unm basket maker @ 24 b Slapton ^ Slapton Village with parents, blind

1889, 1893 basket maker ^ Slapton UK street & trade directories

1891 unm basket maker @ 34 b Slapton ^ Oak Hill, Slapton with mother

1901 [no occupation stated] @ 44 b Slapton ^ Village, Slapton with his brother William

1902, 1906 basket maker ^ Slapton UK street & trade directories

1911 agricultural farm labourer @ 54 b Slapton ^ Slapton. Also in household: his brother William and wife Elizabeth

1926 ^ Ivyside Cottage, Slapton UK street & trade directories

d 10Feb1929 @ 72; bur Slapton

d 1929.1 Kingsbridge @ 72

son    Edward MITCHELMORE

chr 28Nov1858 Slapton

d 11May1860 @ 18 mo; bur Slapton

bur 15May1860 Slapton @ 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Before her marriage, Joanna had had an illegitimate daughter Mary Cole JELLARD, the reputed father being miller William COLE.

 

 

 

 

In 1891, Joanna was living near to her sons William and John and their families.


Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 0068

head  Edward Uriah MITCHELMORE

chr 28Jun1829 Slapton

1841 male servant @ 12 b Devon ^ Higher Heathfield, Slapton; head: Elizabeth HYNE, independent means

m 1856.2 Stoke Damerel

m 28Jun1856 Stoke Damerel: Edward MITCHELMORE, Private Royal Marines @ 27 ^ HMS Ajax, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer; Catherine HORSWELL @ 28 ^ Mount Pleasant, father John HORSWELL, labourer

1861 Royal Marine @ 31 b Slapton ^ 6 Wellington Cottages, East Stonehouse

28Jun1862 private, HMS Amethyst: awarded China Medal  (Edwd) Royal Navy records

1868 marine ^ East Stonehouse

1871 labourer @ 41 b Slapton ^ Luthea Villa, Brixham (Edward)

1876 labourer ^ Paignton UK life events

1881 gardener N D @ 57 b Slapton ^ 2 Oldway Road, Paignton

1891 widowed gardener @ 61 b Slapton ^ Haddon House No 2, Paignton

1901 widowed naval pensioner @ 71 b Slapton ^ 2 Haddon Road, Paignton (Edward)

d 1902.4 Totnes @ 74

sp      Catherine HORSWELL

(b 1828) North Huish

m 1856.2 Stoke Damerel

m 28Jun1856 Stoke Damerel

1861 @ 32 b Stonehouse ^ 6 Wellington Cottages, East Stonehouse

1871 in charge of the house @ 42 b North Huish ^ Luthea Villa, Brixham

1881 gardeners wife @ 53 b North Huish ^ 2 Oldway Road, Paignton

d 1889.2 Totnes @ 62

d 29May1889 Haddon House, Paignton @ 61 UK newspaper announcements

d 29May1889 @ 61; bur Paignton

son    Edward MITCHELMORE

b 18Jan1857 East Stonehouse Royal Navy records

son    William MITCHELMORE

b 1861.4 East Stonehouse

son    John MITCHELMORE

b 1863.4 Falmouth

1871 @ 9 b Falmouth ^ Luthea Villa, Brixham with parents

6Sep1876 @ 12 ^ Paignton: fell 8 ft from a tree and broke his arm; 16Sep1876 admitted to Torquay Infirmary; 26Sep1876 died of lockjaw UK newspaper announcements

d 1876.3 Newton Abbot @ 12

d Sep1876 @ 13; bur Paignton

bur 29Sep1876 Paignton @ 12

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1866.2 East Stonehouse

1871 @ 5 b Stonehouse ^ Luthea Villa, Brixham with parents

1881 scholar @ 15 b Stonehouse ^ 2 Oldway Road, Paignton with parents

1891 dressmaker @ 25 b Plymouth ^ Haddon House No 2, Paignton with father

1901 dressmaker @ 35 b Plymouth ^ 2 Haddon Road, Paignton with father

1939 @ 73 ^ Paignton

d 1941.4 Totnes @ 75

son    George MITCHELMORE

b 1868.2 East Stonehouse


Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 0065

head  John MICHELMORE

b 1837.4 Kingsbridge

chr 3Dec1837 Slapton

1841 @ 3 b Devon ^ Alston, Slapton with parents

1851 agricultural labourer @ 13 b Slapton

m 1860.1 Totnes

m 20Mar1860 Harberton: John MICHELMORE, labourer ^ Cornworthy, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer; Susanna CROCKER ^ Harberton, father John CROCKER, labourer; witnesses [brother] George MITCHELMORE, Sarah Rider CROCKER

1861 agricultural labourer @ 23 b Slapton ^ Rock Cottage, Cornworthy

1864-1881 labourer ^ Marldon

1971 agricultural labourer @ 33 b Slapton ^ Marldon (MICH CHICONE)

1881 farm labourer @ 43 b Slapton ^ Church House Inn, Marldon

d 1882.2 Totnes @ 46

drowned at Marldon personal communication

sp      Susanna CROCKER

(b 1840) Harberton

m1 1860.1 Totnes, MITCHELMORE

m1 20Mar1860 Harberton

1861 agricultural labourers wife @ 21 b Harberton ^ Rock Cottage, Cornworthy (Susan)

1971 @ 31 b Harberton ^ Marldon (Susan MICH CHICONE)

1881 @ 41 b Harberton ^ Church House Inn, Marldon (Susanne)

m2 1886.3 Totnes, Richard WILLS [1891 agricultural labourer]

1891 @ 51 b Harberton ^ Stantor, Marldon

1901 @ 61 b Harberton ^ Almshouses, Marldon

1911 maternity nurse, widow @ 71 ^ 1a Castle House, Winner Street, Paignton; head Robert LIDSTONE, RN pensioner

dau    Eliza Crocker MICHELMORE

b 1860.3 Totnes

1861 @ 10 mo b Cornworthy ^ Rock Cottage, Cornworthy with parents

1871 servant @ 10 b Cornworthy ^ Winner Street, Paignton with uncle George

1881 @ 20 ^ 31 Winner Street, Paignton with uncle George (Eliza Croker MITCHELMORE)

m 1886.2 Totnes

m 9Jun1886 Marldon: William Henry POLLARD, market gardener @ 27 ^ Collaton, father James POLLARD, labourer; Eliza Crocker MITCHELMORE @ 26 ^ Marldon, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer; witnesses [brother] John MITCHELMORE, [John's fiancée] Emily TUCKER

dau    Sarah Rider Crocker MITCHELMORE

b 1862.2 Totnes

1971 @ 9 b Cornworthy ^ Marldon (Sarah MICH CHICONE)

m 1882.4 Totnes (Sarah Rider C)

m 14Oct1882 St John, Paignton: Edward Robert Manley HARRIS, gardener @ 20 ^ Paignton, father Richard HARRIS, labourer; Sarah Rider Crocker MITCHELMORE @ 20 ^ Paignton, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer; witnesses John MITCHELMORE, Martha Ann HARRIS

son    John MITCHELMORE

b 1864.1 Newton Abbot

son    George MITCHELMORE

b 1866.1 Totnes

son    Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1867.2 Totnes

b 8May1867

chr 7Jul1867 Marldon

1971 @ 3 b Marldon ^ Marldon (MICH CHICONE)

1881 farm servant indoor @ 13 b Marldon ^ Lower Whitborough , Kingskerswell; head: John FOGWELL, farmer .  Also in household: George SMERDON, future husband of Edward's cousin Susanna ABRAHAM

11Jan1882 indentured as fisherman

1883 @ 16 b Marldon: apprentice aboard True Love, fishing in the English Channel

d 10Jul1888 at sea off Terschelling, Holland @ 21 b Marldon ^ Marldon: drowned when his boat, the Brixham smack True Love was struck by another boat and he was thrown into the sea UK shipping & migration

son    Robert MICHELMORE

b 1869.2 Totnes

b 22May1869

chr 20Jun1869 Marldon

1971 @ 2 b Marldon ^ Marldon (MICH CHICONE)

1881 scholar @ 11 b Marldon ^ Church House Inn, Marldon with parents

dau    Mary Ann MICHELMORE

b 1871.1 Totnes

b 23Feb1871

chr 26Mar1871 Marldon

1971 @ 1 b Marldon ^ Marldon (MICH CHICONE)

1881 scholar @ 10 b Marldon ^ Church House Inn, Marldon with parents

m 1888.3 Totnes, Samuel BEARNE [1891 agricultural labourer]

1891 @ 21 b Marldon ^ Blackler Cottage, Staverton with family (Mary A)

?1891 passed the Oxford University Extension examination in Chemistry held at Totnes Grammar School (Miss M) UK life events

1901 @ 31 b Marldon ^ Littlehempston

dau Mary Ann Mitchelmore BEARNE

b 1904.1 Totnes (Mary Ann M)

b 30Dec1904

chr 31Jan1904 Marldon

d 1904.1 Totnes (Mary Ann M)

1904 ^ Littlehempston

dau    Emma MICHELMORE

b 1872.3 Totnes

b 2Aug1872

chr 15Sep1872 Marldon

1881 scholar @ 8 b Marldon ^ Church House Inn, Marldon with parents

1891 general domestic @ 18 b Marldon ^ Plym Villa, Totnes; head: Emma TUCKER, widow

m 1894.1 Totnes

m 7Jan1894 Marldon: Richard AUSTIN, farm labourer @ 20 ^ Marldon, father John AUSTIN, shoemaker; Emma MITCHELMORE @ 21 ^ Marldon, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer; witnesses [brother] John and [ sister Elizabeth ] Jane MITCHELMORE

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1874.3 Totnes

dau    Elizabeth Jane MICHELMORE

b 1876.1 Totnes

b 1Jan1876

chr 20Feb1876 Marldon (MITCHELMORE)

11Apr1876 vaccinated against smallpox UK life events

1881 scholar @ 5 b Marldon ^ Church House Inn, Marldon with parents (Elizabeth)

1891 @ 15 b Marldon ^ Stantor, Marldon with mother and stepfather (Elizabeth MITCHELMORE)

1901 servant @ 25 b Marldon ^ Occombe, Marldon (Elizth J MITCHELMORE); head: Robert BUTLAND

m 1904.4 Totnes

m 13Oct1904 Marldon: Arthur John LOWE, quarry man @ 24 ^ Marldon, father Nicholas LOWE, carpenter; Elizabeth Jane MITCHELMORE @ 28 ^ Marldon, father John MITCHELMORE (deceased), quarry man; witness [brother] Fred

son    Alfred Thomas MICHELMORE

b 1877.3 Totnes

son    Sidney MICHELMORE

b 1879.1 Totnes

b 31Dec1878

chr 9Feb1879 Marldon (Sydney MITCHELMORE)

1881 @ 2 b Marldon ^ Church House Inn, Marldon with parents

1891 scholar @ 12 b Marldon ^ Stantor, Marldon with mother and stepfather (MITCHELMORE)

1901 foreman on farm @ 22 b Marldon ^ Almshouses, Marldon with mother (Sydney MITCHELMORE)

1911 coal porter, boarder @ 31 b Marldon ^ Dennis House, Totnes Road, Paignton; head: Richard FOGWELL, coal porter (Sydney MITCHELMORE)

d 1953.4 Totnes @ 74 (Sydney MITCHELMORE)

son    Fred MITCHELMORE

b 1881.4 Totnes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Susanna was Richard WILLS's third wife.


Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 0066

head  George MITCHELMORE

b 1840.3 Kingsbridge

chr 5Jul1840 Slapton

1841 @ 11 mo b Devon ^ Alston, Slapton with parents

1851 scholar @ 10 b Slapton

?1861 servant @ 19 b Cornworthy ^ Paignton

1871 baker & dairy man @ 30 b Slapton ^ Winner Street, Paignton. Also in household: his mother Elizabeth and his niece Eliza

m 1877.2 Newton Abbot

m 12Apr1877 Wolborough: George MITCHELMORE, baker of Paignton, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer; Emma Creber GILES of Newton Abbot, father James Creber GILES, carpenter

1878-1879 baker & confectioner ^ Winner Street, Paignton UK street & trade directories

1881 baker & confectioner @ 40 b Slapton ^ 31 Winner Street, Paignton. Also in household: his mother Elizabeth and his brother John's daughter Eliza

1889 baker ^ Winner Street, Paignton UK street & trade directories

1890 baker & confectioner ^ Winner Street, Paignton UK street & trade directories

1891 baker @ 50 ^ Winner Street, Paignton. Also in household: his unmarried sister-in-law Elizabeth GILES @ 50 b Compton

1893 baker ^ 31 Winner Street, Paignton (Geo) UK street & trade directories

1897 baker and confectioner

1901 baker @ 60 b Slapton ^ 31 Winner Street, Paignton

1902 baker ^ 31 Winner Street, Paignton (Geo) UK street & trade directories

1911 baker @ 70 b Slapton ^ 31 Winner Street , Paignton. Also in household: his granddaughter Florence VINSON [Henrietta's daughter]

d 1912.3 Totnes @ 70

sp      Emma Creber GILES

(b 1839) Marldon

m 1877.2 Newton Abbot

m 12Apr1877 Wolborough

1881 @ 42 b Marldon ^ 31 Winner Street, Paignton

1891 @ 51 b Compton ^ Winner Street, Paignton

1901 @ 61 b Compton Marldon ^ 31 Winner Street, Paignton

1911 @ 74 b Plymouth ^ 31 Winner Street , Paignton (Emma)

d 1920.3 Totnes @ 78 (Emma O)

dau    Henrietta Adams MITCHELMORE

b 1877.2 Totnes

b 15Feb1877 Paignton

chr 3Jul1878 Paignton

1881 @ 4 b Marldon ^ 31 Winner Street, Paignton with parents

1891 scholar @ 14 b Paignton ^ Winner Street, Paignton with parents (Henrietta)

m 1897.2 Totnes

m 22Jun1897 St John, Paignton: Joseph William VINSON, baker and confectioner @ 27 ^ Winner Street, Paignton, father Joseph VINSON, baker and confectioner; Henrietta Adams MITCHELMORE @ 21 ^ Winner Street, Paignton, father George MITCHELMORE, baker and confectioner; witnesses [father] George MITCHELMORE, [aunt] Elizabeth Alice GILES

son    George Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1878.2 Totnes

b 15May1878

chr 3Jul1878

d 1879.2 Totnes @ 0

bur 7May1879 Paignton @ 11 mo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henrietta and George were baptised at the same ceremony.


Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 0067

head  Robert MITCHELMORE

b 1845.2 Kingsbridge

chr 4May1845 Slapton (MICHELMORE)

1851 scholar @ 5 b Slapton ^ Beer's Barn, Cornworthy with parents (MICHELMORE)

1861 farm servant @ 15 b Slapton ^ Court Barton, Cornworthy (MICHELMORE); head: Thomas HODGE, farmer

m 1871.1 Totnes (MICHELMORE)

m 19Feb1871 St John, Paignton: Robert MICHLEMORE, labourer @ 25 ^ Paignton, father deceased; Sarah COOMBS @ 21 ^ Paignton, father deceased

1871 labourer @ 25 b Slapton ^ Well Street, Paignton (MICHELMORE)

1871-1890 labourer ^ Paignton

1881 general labourer @ 35 b Slapton ^ 3 Kirkham Street, Paignton (MICHELMORE)

1891 carter @ 45 ^ Local Board Cottage No 2, Mill Lane, Paignton (MICHELMORE)

1897 ^ Mill Cottages, Paignton (Robt) UK life events

1901 horseman U D Council @ 55 b Slapton ^ Mill Cottages, Paignton (Robt)

d 1901.4 Totnes @ 56

sp      Sarah COOMBS

(b 1851) Beeston

m 1871.1 Totnes

m 19Feb1871 St John, Paignton

1871 @ 20 b Bere ^ Well Street, Paignton (MICHELMORE)

1881 @ 30 b Beeston Devon ^ 3 Kirkham Street, Paignton

1891 @ 40 b Berstown ^ Mill Lane, Local Board Cottage No 2, Paignton

1901 @ 50 b Beer Ferris ^ Mill Cottages, Paignton

1911 widow @ 60 b Beretown ^ Mill House, Paignton

d 1923.4 Totnes @ 73

dau    Sarah Elizabeth MICHELMORE

b 1872.1 Totnes

b 8Dec1871

chr 21Jan1872 Paignton (MITCHELMORE)

d 1872.3 Totnes @ 0 (MITCHELMORE)

bur 17Sep1872 Paignton @ 9 mo

dau    Eliza Louisa MITCHELMORE

b 1873.2 Totnes

b 8Apr1873 Paignton

chr 4May1873 Paignton

1881 scholar @ 7 b Paignton ^ 3 Kirkham Street, Paignton with parents

1891 housemaid b Paignton @ 17 ^ Roundham View, Paignton (Eliza L)

1901 parlourmaid, domestic servant b Paignton @ 27 ^ Trowbridge House, Crediton (Louisa)

1911 tablemaid domestic @ 38 b Paignton ^ Ballencrioff Winn Road, Southampton

d 1924.1 St George Hanover Square @ 50

d 14Feb1924 181 Queen's Gate, Middlesex: spinster; letter of administration granted 25Mar1924 London to [brother] Percy Alfred Grant MITCHELMORE, motor driver, estate £194 6s 3d UK wills & probates

son    Frederick Robert MITCHELMORE

b 1875.1 Totnes

son    John MITCHELMORE

b 1877.2 Totnes

b 28Apr1877 Paignton

chr 13May1877 Paignton

1881 scholar @ 3 b Paignton ^ 3 Kirkham Street, Paignton with parents

17Feb1885 admitted to Paignton National School primary department (Jno) UK life events

d 1886.3 Totnes @ 9

dau    Florence Maud Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1881.4 Totnes (Florence Maud M)

b 6Sep1881 Paignton

chr 30Oct1881 Paignton

1891 scholar @ 9 b Paignton ^ Mill Lane, Local Board Cottage No 2, Paignton (Florence M M)

1901 housemaid domestic @ 20 b Paignton ^ 1 Adelphi Terrace, Paignton (Maud)

m 1907.4 Totnes (Florence Maud M)

m 26Oct1907 St John, Paignton: John Henry TUCKER, joiner @ 28 ^ Colley End, Paignton, father Edward Gilham TUCKER, confectioner; Florence Maud Mary MITCHELMORE @ 26 ^ Mill House, Paignton, father Robert MITCHELMORE, foreman Torbay District Council; witness [sister] Elisa Louisa MITCHELMORE

son    Percy Alfred Grant MITCHELMORE

b 1884.2 Totnes (Percy Alfred G)

son    George Herbert MITCHELMORE

b 1890.1 Totnes

 

 

 

 

 

Robert's older sister Mary had been a servant to Thomas HODGE at Court Barton farm 10 years earlier.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Eliza's estate would have been equivalent to about £30,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

A deleted school record indicates that it was intended to admit John on 3Mar1884. It is not known why his admission was delayed a year.

 


Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 0151

head  John MITCHELMORE

chr 18Aug1811 Slapton

m 31Oct1834 South Pool, SHEPPERD, sojourner

1834-1846 carpenter ^ Slapton village

1841 carpenter @ 25 b Devon ^ Slapton village

184x owner & occupier of house in Slapton Early UK population returns

1850-1873 carpenter ^ Slapton (MICHELMORE) UK street & trade directories

1851 carpenter @ 36 b Slapton ^ Slapton village

1861 carpenter @ 49 ^ Slapton Village

1871 carpenter @ 60 b Slapton ^ Village, Slapton

d 1873.1 Kingsbridge @ 62

d 23Feb1873 @ 62; bur Slapton. Named on same memorial: his wife Mary

bur 26Feb1873 Slapton @ 62

sp      Mary SHEPPERD

(b 1808) South Pool

m 31Oct1834 South Pool

1841 @ 30 b Devon ^ Slapton Village

1851 @ 42 b South Pool ^ Slapton village

1861 @ 53 b South Pool ^ Slapton village

1871 @ 63 b South Pool ^ Village, Slapton

d 1878.2 Kingsbridge @ 71

d 3May1878 Slapton @70

bur 10May1878 Slapton @ 71 (MICHELMORE)

son    Edward MITCHELMORE

chr 28Dec1834 Slapton

1840 @ 5: admitted to Slapton School under Kelland Charity UK life events

1841 @ 5 b Devon ^ Slapton village with parents

1851 carpenter @ 16 b Slapton ^ Slapton village with parents

1861 carpenter @ 25 b Slapton ^ Slapton village with parents

1871 unm carpenter @ 36 b Slapton ^ Village, Slapton with parents

1878 carpenter ^ Slapton UK street & trade directories

1881 unm carpenter @ 47 ^ Slapton village with sister Ellen

1891 unm agricultural labourer @ 55 b Slapton ^ Darnacombe Farmhouse, Stokenham; head: James BOWHAY, farmer

d 1897.3 Kingsbridge @ 63

bur 25Aug1897 Slapton @ 63

d 19Aug1897 Slapton: carpenter; probate granted 1Jan1898 to Harry JAMES, solicitors clerk, estate £324 2s 11d UK wills & probates

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1840.1 Kingsbridge

chr 1Mar1840 Slapton

1841 @ 1 b Devon ^ Slapton village with parents

1851 agricultural labourer @ 13 ^ Slapton village with parents

1861 servant @ 21 b Slapton ^ Slapton; head: Philip John VAUGHAN

1871 servant @ 31 b Stapleton, Devon ^ Camberwell Grove, Camberwell, Surrey; head: James L VAUGHAN

m 1873.1 Camberwell, Benjamin HAWES [1881 watchman at brewery] (MICHELMORE)

m 4Mar1873 St Giles, Camberwell: Benjamin HAWES, labourer ^ College Street, father Henry HAWES, labourer; Mary MICHELMORE ^ Camberwell Grove, father John MICHELMORE, carpenter

1881 @ 41 b Slapton ^ 106 Warner Road, Camberwell with family

dau    Ellen MITCHELMORE

b 1842.3 Kingsbridge

chr 17Jul1842 Slapton

1851 @ 8 b Slapton ^ Slapton village with parents

21Jan1856 ^ Kingsbridge Union House: at inquest held on her newly-born child, whose body was found under one of the beds in the house, it was stated that she had not been outside the house for more than two years (MITCHAMORE) UK life events

1861 servant @ 17 ^ Start, Slapton; head: Betsy PAIGE, widow

m 1864.1 Kingsbridge, James BLANK [1881 agricultural labourer]

m 17Mar1864 Slapton: James BLANK, labourer @ 26 ^ Slapton, father John BLANK, labourer; Ellen MITCHELMORE @ 21 ^ Slapton, father John MITCHELMORE, carpenter; witnesses [siblings] Edward & Mary

son John Mitchelmore BLANK

b 1873.3 Kingsbridge

chr 3Aug1873 Slapton

1881 @ 5 b Slapton ^ Slapton Village with parents (John M)

1891 carpenter's apprentice @ 17 b Slapton ^ Slapton with parents (John M)

1901 carpenter, boarder @ 27 b Slapton ^ Union Street , Dartmouth (John M); head: Elizabeth HARVEY, refreshment shopkeeper

1911 carpenter @ 37 b Slapton ^ Slapton with mother

d 1941.3 Newton Abbot @ 68 (John M)

d 28Jun1941 Prospect UK newspaper announcements

d 28Jun1941 2 Bradley Road, Newton Abbot: probate granted 2Sep1941 Exeter to Emily Mitchelmore BLANK, sister, estate £992 4s 4d UK wills & probates

dau Emma Mitchelmore BLANK

b 1875.4 Kingsbridge

chr 17Oct1875 Slapton (Emily)

1881 @ 5 b Slapton ^ Slapton Village with parents (Emily M)

1891 @ 15  b Slapton ^ Slapton with parents (Emily M)

1901 housemaid @ 25 b Slapton ^ West Teignmouth

1911 @ 33 ^ Kingsbridge district (Emma)

1881 @ 38 b Slapton ^ Slapton Village with husband and family

1891 @ 48 b Slapton ^ Slapton

1901 @ 58 b Slapton ^ Slapton

1911 @ 68 b Slapton ^ Slapton with son John

d 1917.2 Kingsbridge @ 73

son    James MITCHELMORE

b 1846.2 Kingsbridge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Edward's estate would have been equivalent to about £140,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, John's estate would have been equivalent to about ₤130,000 today.


Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 1505

head  Thomas MICHAMORE

chr 13Feb1825 Slapton

1841 apprentice @ 15 b Devon ^ South Grounds, Slapton; head: John HUXHAM, yeoman (MITCHELMORE)

1851 unm coachman and groom @ 25 b England ^ Maison de Bas, St Lawrence, Jersey (MITCHELMORE); head: Charles GODFREY, solicitor

1Jun1869 labourer @ 40: arrived New York from Liverpool aboard Tripoli, intending to live in the USA North American shipping & migration

1871 immigrated to ON, Canada North American shipping & migration

1871 labourer @ 45 b England ^ Westminster ON

m 28Oct1873 St Pauls Church, London ON: Thomas MITCHELMORE, yeoman @ 48 b England ^ Westminster, widower, parents John & Elizth MITCHELMORE; Mary BLOOMFIELD @ 48 ^ Westminster, widow, parents George & Maria BIRTS?; witnesses Henry G & Laura A BARTON

d 11Jan1881 North Dorchester ON @ 56

sp      Mary BIRTS

b 20Oct1828 England

m1 185x, BLOOMFIELD

m2 28Oct1873 St Pauls Church, London, MITCHELMORE

1881 widow @ 56 b England ^ London; head: James H BROWN

d 31Jan1911 Hamilton ON ^ West Flamboro, "parents Joseph & Mary J BROWN” (Mary Jane MUCHMORE)

?dau  Mary MUCHMORE

(b 1862)

1881 @ 18 b ON ^ Westminster

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1873, Thomas was, as far as is known, neither a yeoman nor a widower; but at least his parents' names were correct.


Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 2298

head  Maria MITCHELMORE

chr 30Nov1828 Sherford

1841 apprentice @ 10 b Devon ^ Fursdon, Sherford; head: John ADAMS, farmer

21Dec1852 Morleigh: affiliation order made against John JEFFREYS, putative father of her child UK legal documents

1855 Sherford: banns read for Robert STONE and Maria MICHELMORE

m 1855.2 Kingsbridge (MICHELMORE)

m 1Apr1855 Sherford: Robert STONE, labourer ^ Sherford, father John STONE, labourer; Maria MICHELMORE ^ Sherford, father Nicholas MICHELMORE, labourer

1861 @ 32 b Sherford ^ Cottage, Stokenham

1881 agricultural labourers wife @ 50 b Sherford ^ Kellaton, Stokenham (Mariah)

1891 @ 61 b Sherford ^ Stokenham

 d 1900.1 Kingsbridge @ 70

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 2Oct1853 Sherford

1861 @ 8 b Sherford ^ Cottage, Stokenham with parents (William STONE)

chr 4Apr1870 Stokenham

1871 farm servant @ 17 b Stokenham ^ Wilton, South Pool; head: John LANGLOR, farmer (William S)

1881 farm servant @ 30 b Sherford ^ Cottage, Chivelstone (William STONE); head: Louis BOWHAY, farm labourer

?1889 innkeeper ^ New Inn, Chillington, Stokenham (William)

1891 bootmaker @ 40 b Sherford ^ Stokenham with parents (William STONE)

1901 bootmaker, sole head @ 50 b Sherford ^ Kellaton, Stokenham (William)

bur 13Jan1909 Stokenham @ 54 "by coroner's order” (William)

sp      Robert STONE

chr 30Jun1833 Stokenham ^ Hallsands

m 1855.2 Kingsbridge

m 1Apr1855 Sherford

1861 agricultural labourer @ 28 b Stokenham ^ Cottage, Stokenham

1881 agricultural labourer @ 48 b Stokenham ^ Kellaton, Stokenham

1891 farm labourer @ 58 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham

d 1893.1 Kingsbridge @ 59

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It appears that William was given the surname STONE after his mother married, but on becoming an adult he took the name MITCHELMORE by baptism.


Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 0060

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

chr [18May1834] Dartmouth St Saviour (MITCHIMORE)

1841 @ 5 b Devon ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Saviour with parents (William H)

1851 lodger, app @ 17 ^ Street, Blackawton; head: William FEAL, farmer

m1 1856.3 Totnes (William)

m1 23Sep1856 Bridgetown: William Henry MITCHELMORE ^ St Petrox, Dartmouth, butcher; Sophia EASTMAN ^ Totnes, father William EASTMAN, butcher; witnesses [sister] Ann MICHELMORE, Jane EASTMAN, by licence

m1 23Sep1856 Bridgetown: ? MICHELMORE, butcher ^ Dartmouth; Sophia EASTMAN, daughter of the late Mr EASTMAN ^ Totnes UK newspaper announcements

m2 1859.1 Totnes

m2 18Jan1859 Dartmouth St Saviour: William Henry MITCHELMORE, widower, butcher @ 24 ^ St Petrox, father John MITCHELMORE, inn keeper; Elizabeth TOLMAN, widow @ 26 ^ St Saviour, father George DEAN, sailor; witness [ brother-in-law] Charles DEANE

1861 butcher @ 27 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street Dartmouth

1856-1879 butcher ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth UK street & trade directories

1868-1880 part owner of several sailing and fishing vessels UK shipping & migration

1869 farmer ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth UK street & trade directories

1871 master butcher @ 36 ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth

14Feb1872 lost court cases accusing Messrs CARTER and ROGERS of poaching and assault UK legal documents

19Feb1872 found guilty of having a savage dog loose and unmuzzled UK legal documents

1873 ^ Dartmouth: owner of 16 acres [6.8 ha] land, estimated annual rental value £59 0s UK life events

1878-79 farmer ^ Lower Brownston, Brixham UK street & trade directories

7Mar1881 made will UK wills & probates

9Mar1881 added codicil to will UK wills & probates

d 1881.1 Totnes @ 47

d 10Mar1881 @ 47 Lower Street, Dartmouth (W H) UK newspaper announcements

1881 ^ Bearscove (Mr W H) UK newspaper announcements

bur 16Mar1881 Townstall, Dartmouth (W H) UK newspaper announcements

bur 16Mar1881 Dartmouth St Clement @ 47

d 10Mar1881 @ 47; bur Dartmouth St Clement. Named on same memorial: his wife Eliza

d 10Mar1881 Dartmouth: butcher; probate granted 14Apr1881 Exeter to James FAIRWEATHER ^ Boohay Farm near Dartmouth, yeoman, and Thomas VEALE the younger ^ Dartmouth, outfitter,  estate under £9000, leaves his butcher business & premises to his son William Henry and other property to his children Caroline, Eliza, Kate, Edith, Charles and Frederick, the residue to provide income for his wife as long as she remains a widow UK wills & probates

sp1    Sophia EASTMAN

(b 1833) Totnes

1851 employed at home @ 17 b Totnes ^ Behind the Walls West, Totnes with parents

m 1856.3 Totnes

m 23Sep1856 Bridgetown personal communication

d 1858.1 Totnes

d 24Feb1858 Dartmouth @ 24 UK newspaper announcements

dau    Caroline MITCHELMORE

b 27Aug1857

chr 23Sep1857 Dartmouth St Petrox

known as Carrie

1861 @ 3 b Dartmouth ^ Totnes with grandparents

1871 scholar @ 13 b Dartmouth ^ with step-father and family

m 1878.3 Totnes, Robert Thomas PILLAR

m 5Sep1878 Dartmouth St Petrox: Robert Thomas PILLAR, builder ^ St Petrox, father L C PILLAR, builder; Caroline MITCHELMORE ^ St Petrox, father Wm MITCHELMORE, butcher; witness [ brother-in-law ] L C PILLAR Junr

m 5Sep1878 Dartmouth St Petrox: Robert PILLAR, second son of Mr L PILLAR, builder and surveyor; Caroline MICHELMORE, eldest daughter of Mr W H MICHELMORE, butcher, Dartmouth UK newspaper announcements

1881 @ 23 b Dartmouth ^ Newcomen Road, Dartmouth

son Robert Henry Mitchelmore PILLAR

b 1881.3 Totnes (Robert Henry M)

b 25May1881 Dartmouth

chr 26Jun1881 Dartmouth St Petrox

known as Harry personal communication

1901 carpenter @ 19 b Dartmouth ^ Newington, London

m 1906.3 Greenwich (Robert Henry M)

m 26Jul1906 St Alphege, Greenwich: Robert Henry Mitchelmore PILLAR, builder's foreman @ 25 ^ 17 Gillingham Street, Euston Square, father Robert Thomas PILLAR, builder; Mabel Mildred Annie LEANEY @ 24 ^ 57 Royal Hill, father James Allen LEANEY (deceased), lighterman

1911 @ 29 b Devon ^ Alverstoke, Hampshire (Robert Henry)

d 1950.2 Totnes @ 68 (Robert H M)

d 16May1950 Dartmouth personal communication

1891 @ 33 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth

1901 @ 43 b Dartmouth ^ Dartmouth

d 1927.3 Totnes

d 19Sep1927 @ 70; bur Dartmouth St Clement

memorial window in St Barnabas Church, Dartmouth: wife of Robert PILLAR,  27Aug1857 – 19Sep1927

sp2    Eliza DEANE

(b 1832) Harwich, Essex

1841 @ 10 ^ Kings Head Street, Harwich St Nicholas with parents

1851 unm @ 19 b Harwich ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth

m1 1855.1 Totnes, John Jago TOLMAN

m1 10Mar1855 personal communication

m2 1859.1 Totnes, MITCHELMORE

m2 18Jan1859 Dartmouth St Saviour

1861 @ 28 b Harwich ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth

1871 @ 37 b Harwich ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth

1879-1880 part owner of the brig Fawn and the cutter Rose UK shipping & migration

1881 widowed annuitant @ 49 b Harwich ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with son William

1889-1890 ^ 1 Carlton Terrace, Dartmouth (Mrs) UK street & trade directories

1891 widow, own means @ 55 b Harwich ^ Carlton Tce, Dartmouth

1893 ^ 2 Carlton Terrace, Dartmouth (Mrs) UK street & trade directories

1901 own means @ 70 b Harwich ^ 2 Carlton Terrace, Victoria Road, Dartmouth

d 1902.1 Totnes @ 70

bur 27Mar1902 Dartmouth St Clement @ 70 ^ Carlton Terrace, Dartmouth

d 24Mar1902 2 Carlton Terrace, Dartmouth: widow; probate granted 7May1902 to Thomas VEALE, retired clothier, estate £816 18s 6d UK wills & probates

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 3Dec1860 personal communication

dau    Eliza MITCHELMORE

b 1861.2 Totnes

b 10Apr1861 Bearscove, St Petrox, Dartmouth personal communication

chr 15May1861 Dartmouth St Petrox

1871 scholar @ 10 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents

1881 @ 20 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with brother William

m 1885.1 Totnes

m 24Mar1885, Dartmouth St Clement: John Putt DECENT, draper @ 24 ^ Brixham, father William DECENT, mariner; Eliza MITCHELMORE @ 23 ^ Townstall, Dartmouth, father William Henry MITCHELMORE, butcher; witnesses William & Jane Putt DECENT

1891 @ 29 b Dartmouth ^ 4 Fore Street, Brixham with family (MICHELMORE)

1901 @ 38 b Dartmouth ^ 11 Fore Street, Brixham with family

d 1902.1 Totnes @ 40

d 13Feb1902 Brixham personal communication

bur 19Feb1902 Brixham St Mary @ 40 ^ The Cedars, Brixham

dau    Kate Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1863.2 Totnes

b 31Mar1863 Dartmouth

chr 24Apr1863 Dartmouth St Petrox

1871 scholar @ 8 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents (Kate M)

1881 @ 18 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with brother William (Kate)

m 1882.1 Totnes

m 9Jan1882 Dartmouth St Clement: William Henry HAWKE, merchant @ 21 ^ St Saviour, father William Ash HAWKE, merchant; Kate Mary MITCHELMORE @ 18 ^ Townstall, Dartmouth, father William Henry MITCHELMORE [no occupation stated]; witnesses [siblings] William Henry & Eliza

m 9Jan1882 Dartmouth St Clement: William Henry HAWKE, second son of Mr W A HAWKE ^ Dartmouth; Kate Mary MICHELMORE, third daughter of the late Mr W H MICHELMORE ^ Dartmouth UK newspaper announcements

 MITCHELMORE

1891 @ 27 b Dartmouth ^ Mount Galpin, Townstall, Dartmouth with husband and children (Kate)

1901 @ 38 b Dartmouth ^ South Brent (Kate M)

1911 @ 48 b Dartmouth ^ South Brent (Kate)

d 1949.3 Totnes (Kate M)

dau    Edith Augusta MITCHELMORE

b 1864.4 Totnes

b 9Nov1864

chr 25Dec1866 Dartmouth St Petrox

1871 scholar @ 6 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street Dartmouth with parents (Edith)

1881 @ 16 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street Dartmouth with brother William (Edith)

1891 unm visitor @ 26 b Dartmouth ^ 4 Pembridge Villas, Kensington; head: Kate SEWELL, unm governess school. Also in household: Kate's brother Walter M SEWELL [Edith's future husband]

m 1893.4 Totnes

m 23Dec1893 Dartmouth St Clement: Walter Manning SEWELL, warehouseman @ 27 ^ 4 Trenbridge Villas, Bayswater West, father William Hullen SEWELL, farmer; Edith Augusta MITCHELMORE @ 28 ^ Dartmouth, father William Henry MITCHELMORE, butcher; witnesses [brother] F MITCHELMORE and [sister] E DECENT

1901 @ 35 b Dartmouth ^ Finchley (Edith A)

1911 @ 45 b Dartmouth ^ Finchley

d 1950.1 Hendon @ 84 (Edith A)

son    Charles John MITCHELMORE

b 1866.4 Totnes (Charles J)

b 9Nov1864 personal communication

chr 25Dec1866 Dartmouth St Petrox

1871 @ 4 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street Dartmouth with parents (Charles)

1881 scholar, boarder @ 15 b Dartmouth ^ Hill House School, 74 Fore Street, Totnes; head: William L EYNON, headmaster (John C)

1891 farmer @ 24 ^ Carlton Terrace, Dartmouth with mother (Charles)

1893 horse dealer ^ Red Walls'stables, Dartmouth (Charles) UK street & trade directories

1897-1902 horse dealer ^ 2 Carlton Terrace, Dartmouth (Charles) UK street & trade directories

1901 farmer, horse dealer @ 33 b 2 Carlton Terrace, Victoria Road, Dartmouth ^ Dartmouth with mother (Charles)

1906-1914 horse dealer ^ Townstall, Dartmouth (Charles) UK street & trade directories

1911 horse dealer, boarder @ 44 b Dartmouth ^ Dartview Terrace , Dartmouth (Charles); head: Joseph KNIGHT, carpenter & joiner

24Jul1912 departed Bristol aboard Royal Edward for Montreal QC (Chas) UK shipping & migration

31Jul1912 unm horse dealer @ 44: arrived Quebec QC aboard Royal Edward from Avonmouth, destination Wainwright AB, then USA (Charles) North American shipping & migration

Oct1912 horse dealer @ 44 b England: entered USA from Canada, leaving US at Port Huron MI, final destination England; nearest relative in England [half] sister Mrs Carrie PILLAR North American shipping & migration

9Oct1912 horse dealer @ 44: arrived Avonmouth aboard Royal Edward from Montreal UK shipping & migration

10Dec1921 landowner @ 54 ^ Renwick Wilton, Torquay: departed Southampton aboard Saxon for Cape Town, South Africa: intending permanent residence in South Africa North American shipping & migration

son    Frederick George MITCHELMORE

b 1869.2 Totnes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reports on the two court cases are available here and here.

 

In relation to average earnings, William's property would have rented for the equivalent of about £29,000 a year today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

William's obituary and funeral notice are available here, and the texts of his will and codicil are available here.  In relation to average earnings, William's estate would have been equivalent to about £4,500,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Caroline with husband and grandson

Caroline with husband and grandson in 1909

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Caroline's memorial window

Caroline's memorial window

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Eliza's estate would have been equivalent to about £350,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click to enlarge

Edith and Walter in 1938


Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 0057

head  Nathaniel MICHAMORE

b 1839.2 Totnes

b 9Jun1839, Dartmouth St Saviour

chr 23Jun1839 Dartmouth St Saviour

1841 @ 1 b Devon ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Saviour with parents (MITCHELMORE)

1851 scholar @ 11 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street Ct, Dartmouth St Saviour with parents (MITCHELMORE)

1861 unm house painter @ 21 b England ^ Stalkew? Street, St Helier, Jersey (MITCHINORE); head: Francis C AHIER

m 1862.2 Totnes (MITCHELMORE)

m 17Apr1862 Dartmouth St Clement: Nathaniel MITCHELMORE, painter @ 22 ^ Townstall, Dartmouth, father John MITCHELMORE, inn-keeper; Elizabeth HOLE @ 25 ^ Townstall, Dartmouth, father John HOLE, brewer; witnesses John & Mary Ann HOLE

1871 painter @ 32 b Dartmouth ^ Little Bicton Place, Littleham (MITCHELMORE)

1878-1883 painter & house decorator ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth (MITCHELMORE) UK street & trade directories

1881 painter @ 41 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth (MITCHELMORE)

1889-1897 partner in Mitchelmore & Son, painters & paper-hangers, Lower Street, Dartmouth [with son Charles] UK businesses

1891 painter @ 50 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth (MITCHELMORE)

9Mar1897 made will UK wills & probates

d 1897.2 Totnes @ 57 (MITCHELMORE)

d 3Apr1897 Lower Street, Dartmouth: painter; probate granted 21Jul1897 Exeter to Elizabeth MICHELMORE, widow,  estate £334 0s 0d, makes bequests to his sons Augustus John, William Arthur and Alfred Ernest, leaving the residue to his wife UK wills & probates

1899 business continued by Charles under the name of N MITCHELMORE and Son

sp      Elizabeth HOLE

(b 1834) Torquay

1851 @ 14 b Tormoham ^ Mesha Cottage, Warterpool Road, Townstall, Dartmouth with parents

1861 @ 23 b Torquay ^ Clarence Street, Dartmouth with parents

m 1862.2 Totnes

m 17Apr1862 Dartmouth St Clement

1871 @ 34 b Torquay ^ Little Bicton Place, Littleham

1881 @ 47 b Torquay ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth

1891 @ 52 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth

15Apr1897 gives notice that she and her two sons [Charles & Alfred] will continue her late husband's business UK businesses

29Dec1897 thanks friends for sympathy in her recent bereavement (Mrs MITCHELMORE) UK newspaper announcements

d 1899.4 Totnes @ 62

d 26Dec1899 Dartmouth UK newspaper announcements

d 30Dec1899 @ 62; bur Dartmouth St Saviour at Longcross, "widow"

d 26Dec1899 Dartmouth: probate granted 26Jan1900 Exeter to Charles Frederick MITCHELMORE, painter, son, and Emily Florence MITCHELMORE, daughter, estate £369 14s 0d, leaves her house and shop at Hanover Square to her daughter Emily Florence and the residue to be shared among her children UK wills & probates

son    Augustus John MITCHELMORE

b 1863.2 Totnes

son    William Arthur MITCHELMORE

b 1865.3 Newton Abbot

son    Charles Frederick MITCHELMORE

b 1867.4 Newton Abbot

son    Nathaniel Walter MITCHELMORE

b 1870.4 St Thomas

1871 @ 6 mo b Exmouth ^ Little Bicton Place, Littleham with parents (Nathaniel W)

1881 scholar @ 10 b Exmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents (Nathaniel)

1891 fitter (engine) @ 19 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents (Nathaniel)

d 1891.4 Totnes @ 21

d 29Dec1891; bur Longcross Cemetery, Dartmouth

dau    Emily Florence MITCHELMORE

b 1873.2 Totnes

b 4May1873 Lower Street, Dartmouth UK newspaper announcements

1881 scholar @ 7 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents (Emily)

1891 unm dressmaker @ 17 ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents

1901 dressmaker @ 27 b Dartmouth ^ 2 Summerland Terrace, Dartmouth with sister Gertrude (Emily F MICHELMORE)

d 1901.2 Totnes @ 27

d 27Apr1901; bur Longcross Cemetery, Dartmouth

3May1901 relatives thanked friends for sympathy in bereavement (Emily) UK newspaper announcements

d 27Apr1901 Dartmouth: spinster; probate granted 11May1901 London to [brother] Augustus John MICHELMORE, carpenter in the Royal Navy, estate £160 7s 2d UK wills & probates

son    Alfred Ernest MITCHELMORE

b 1875.4 Totnes

dau    Gertrude Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 8Nov1881 personal communication

b 1881.1 Totnes

1881 @ 4 mo b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents (Gertrude)

1891 scholar @ 10 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents (Gertrude)

m 1899.1 Totnes, George Sydney MAUNDER

son George Mitchelmore MAUNDERS

b 1899.3 Totnes

d 1899.3 Totnes @ 0

1901 @ 30 b Dartmouth ^ 2 Summerland Terrace, Dartmouth (Gertrude E)

1911 confectioner @ 30 b Dartmouth ^ Duke Street & Hanover Square, Dartmouth

Mar1926  ^ Torquay: attended brother Alfred's funeral

d 1957.3 Newton Abbot @ 76

d 3Jul1957 personal communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The full text of Nathaniel's will is available here. In relation to average earnings, Nathaniel's estate would have been equivalent to about £150,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The full text of Elizabeth's will is available here. In relation to average earnings, Elizabeth's estate would have been equivalent to about £160,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Emily's estate would have been equivalent to about £70,000 today.

 

 


Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 0305

head  James Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1851.4 Tiverton

chr 15May1853 Bristol

1861 scholar @ 9 b Tiverton ^ 3 Bulls Court, Bristol St Philip and St Jacob with parents (James Harry)

m 1871.1 Bristol

m 6Mar1871 Bristol St Matthias, St Jude's: James Henry MITCHELMORE, labourer ^ Ellboard Street, father William MITCHELMORE, sawyer; Bessie Maria Sarah Isabelle SYMONS ^ Ellboard Street, father Samuel SYMONS, coachman; witness [bride's father] Samuel SYMONS

1871 lamplighter @ 20 b Tiverton ^ 3 Trafalgar Cottages, Bristol St Philip and St Jacob

d 1879.2 Barton Regis @ 27

d 30Apr1879 Bristol @ 27 ^ Union Road, late of Lewis Street

sp      Bessy Maria Sarah Isabelle SYMONS

(b 1847) Dublin, Ireland

b 20Nov1846 Ireland

m1 1871.1 Bristol

m1 6Mar1871 Bristol St Matthias, St Jude's, MITCHELMORE

1871 @ 24 b Ireland ^ 3 Trafalgar Cottages, Bristol St Philip and St Jacob (Bessie)

1881 widowed charwoman @ 34 b Dublin ^ 25 Stanhope Street, Bristol St Philip (Bessy)

m2 1882.3 Bristol (Bessie Maria S I MITCHELMORE)

m2 27Aug1882 Bristol St Philip & St Jacob: Robert PARSONS, labourer @ 42, widower, father Geo PARSONS, labourer; Bessie Maria Sarah Isabella MITCHELMORE @ 35, widow, father Samuel SYMONS (decd), coachman

1891 @ 44 b Dublin ^ 7 Stanhope Street, Bristol St Phillips with husband (Bessie)

1895 emigrated to Canada

1901 widow @ 54 b 20Nov1846 Ireland ^ Farnham East, Brome QC with son James; immigrated 1895, Canadian citizen (Bessie MICHELMOR)

?dau  Florence MITCHELMORE

b 1872.3 Bristol

d 1872.3 Bristol @ 0

son    James Fulford Symons MITCHELMORE

b 1873.3 Bristol

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1876.3 Bristol

chr 17Oct1876 Bristol St Matthias

1881 @ 4 b Bristol ^ 25 Stanhope Street, Bristol St Philip with mother (William)

1891 errand boy @ 14 b St Phillips, Bristol with mother and stepfather (William)

17Aug1893 labourer: departed Liverpool aboard Scythia for Boston MA (Wm) UK shipping & migration

27Aug1893 unm messenger @ 17 ^ Bristol: arrived Boston aboard Scythia from Liverpool, final destination Manchester NH, visiting brother James (Wm) North American shipping & migration

?d 1922.2 Long Ashton @ 48 (William J)

 

This family was previously in Tree 401.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bessy's son James had emigrated to Canada in 1892.


Tree 05

Generation 7

Family 1585

head  Thomas MICHELMORE

b 1856.1 Bristol

b 6Nov1855

chr 3Aug1856 Bristol

1869? emigrated to Canada

m 189x

1901 publican? @ 45 b 6Nov1855 England ^ City West, Toronto ON, Canadian citizen

sp      Matilda ??

b 8Mar1874 USA

m 189x

1901 @ 26 b 8Mar1874 USA ^ City West, Toronto, immigrated 1899, US citizen

dau    Grace Agatha MICHELMORE

b 12May1899 USA

1901 @ 1 b 16May1899 USA? ^ City West, Toronto N with parents, Canadian citizen

1911 school @ 12 b May1899 USA ^ 17 Aylmer, St Antoine, Montreal QC, immigrated 1903; adopted daughter of Mary Ellen BIGGS, widow (MITCHELL-MORE)

1921 saleslady, Cimpson's ^ 63 Leuty Avenue, Toronto Other North American population surveys

17Sep1923 office clerk b 12May1899 Montreal ^ Toronto, Canadian citizen: entered USA at Buffalo NY from Canada (Grace A) North American shipping & migration

30Jun1925 office clerk b 12May1899 ^ Toronto, Canadian citizen: entered USA at Buffalo NY from Canada, visiting brother Jeffery in New York to seek work (Grace) North American shipping & migration

21Nov1925 saleslady @ 26 ^ Toronto, Canadian citizen: entered USA at Niagara Falls NY from Canada, visiting brother Jeffery in New York (Grace) North American shipping & migration

5Feb1931 saleslady b 12May1899 ^ 63 Learty Avenue, Toronto, Canadian citizen: entered USA at Niagara Falls NY from Canada, visiting brother Jeffery in New York North American shipping & migration

1945 maid ^ 29 Whitehall Road, Rosedale ON (Miss Grace) Other North American population surveys

1957 housekeeper ^ 91 Bedford Road, St Paul's ON (Miss Grace) Other North American population surveys

son    Gwynne MICHELMORE

b Feb1901 ON?

1901 @ 3 mo b Feb1901 ON? ^ City West, Toronto ON with parents, Canadian citizen

1911 inmate @ 10 Berthelet Street, St. Laurent, Montreal (George )

son    Jeffrey MICHELMORE

(b 1901) Canada

1918 immigrated to USA North American censuses

1917-1950 declaration of intention [naturalisation] North American legal records

1925 ^ 620 W 137th Street, New York North American shipping & migration

1930 unm hotel clerk @ 29 b Canada ^ 619 W 142nd Street, Manhatten NY, rooming with Edward LATREILLE, retired; naturalisation papers submitted

1931 ^ 605 W 181st Street, New York North American shipping & migration

1940 unm alien, on relief @ 39 ^ 324 Second Avenue, New York

 

This family was previously in Tree 401.


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Generation 7

Family 0234

head  Herbert John MITCHELMORE

b 1885.2 Newton Abbot

1891 @ 5 b Newton Abbot ^ West Street, Ashburton with parents

1901 tailor @ 15 b Newton Abbot ^ West Street, Ashburton with parents (Herbert J)

1914-1918 Private 26092 West Riding Regiment, 147705 Army Service Corps, 80171 Machine Gun Corps: awarded British War and Victory medals (Herbert J) British Army records

10Nov1915 motor driver @ 30 yr 4 mo ^ Hazelwood, Lower Warbetrries, Torquay: enlisted in British Army, Private 26092 West Riding Regiment, 147705 Army Service Corps, gunner 80171 Machine Gun & Tank Corps; previously served 3 yr in 5th Devon Regiment British Army records

m 1915.3 Newton Abbot, DALLIMORE

1919 ^ 4 South Street, Torre British Army records

1939 @ 54 ^ Torquay (Herbert S MITCHCEMORE)

d 1965.2 Newton Abbot @ 60

sp      Ann DALLIMORE

(b 1880)

m 1915.3 Newton Abbot

1919 ^ 4 South Street, Torre British Army records

1939 @ 58 ^ Torquay (MITCHCEMORE

d 1967.2 Newton Abbot @ 87

son    John J MITCHELMORE

b 1913.4 Neath

d 1914.3 Newton Abbot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Herbert's army record gives the date of his marriage as 15Aug1913 Newton Abbot.  This was clearly an error.


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Generation 7

Family 0310

head  Sidney Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1886.4 Newton Abbot

1891 @ 4 b Newton Abbot ^ West Street, Ashburton with parents

1901 @ 14 b Newton Abbot ^ Exeter, visiting aunt Sarah CUMES @ 38, St Thomas

m 1910.1 Newton Abbot

m 28Mar1910 Ashburton: Sidney Henry MICHELMORE, tailor @ 23 ^ Ashburton, father James Henry MITCHELMORE, tailor [signed Sydney]; Winifred Alice ROBERTSON @ 20 ^ Ashburton, father Francis ROBERTSON, printer; witness [ father ] James H MITCHELMORE

1910 tailor ^ Mary Street, Bovey Tracey

1911 tailor maker @ 24 b Newton Abbot ^ 9 Elm Road, Highweek (Sydney)

1939 @ 53 ^ Newton Abbot (Sydney H)

d 1947.3 Newton Abbot @ 59

sp      Winifred Alice ROBERTSON

(b 1890)

m 1910.1 Newton Abbot

m 28Mar1910 Ashburton

1911 @ 20 b Newton Abbot ^ 9 Elm Road, Highweek (Sydney)

d 1935.4 Newton Abbot @ 45 (Winifred A)

dau    Evelyn Alberta MITCHELMORE

b 1910.4 Newton Abbot (Evelyn A)

chr 17Oct1910 Bovey Tracey

1911 @ 1 b Bovey Tracey ^ 9 Elm Road, Highweek with parents (Evelyn)

m 1935.2 Newton Abbot, Ivor LLOYD (Evelyn A)

dau    Winifred A MITCHELMORE

b 1914.1 Newton Abbot

d 1914.1 Newton Abbot @ 0

living members omitted


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Generation 7

Family 0488

head  Reginald George Andrew MICHELMORE

b 1878.4 Newton Abbot (Reginald George A)

chr 24Nov1878 Highweek

1881 @ 2 b Highweek Newton Bushnell ^ 14 Little Chapel Street, St Anne Soho with parents (Reginald)

7Jan1882 @ 3 yr 3 mo ^ 14 Little Chapel St, Soho: admitted to Great Ormand Street Hospital for Sick Children with a hip joint disease; relieved, discharged after 18 days (Reginald) UK life events

1891 @ 13 b Newton Abbot ^ 44 Rochester Row, Westminster with parents (Reggie)

m 1900.3 Lambeth (Reginald George A)

1901 collector salesman @ 22 b Newton Abbot ^ Newington (Reginald)

1908 insurance agent representing Birmingham District Fire and Indisputable Life Insurance companies, and wine & spirit merchant ^ 14 Caulfield Road, Peckham (Reginald) UK street & trade directories

1911 insurance agent @ 32 b Newton Abbott ^ Prittlewell, Rochford (Reginald G A)

d 1948.1 Camberwell @ 69 (Reginald G A)

d 28Mar1948 Dulwich Hospital, Dulwich personal communication

sp      Ellen BRAKE

(b 1880)

m 1900.3 Lambeth

1901 @ 21 b Wandsworth

1911 @ 32 b Wandsworth ^ Prittlewell, Rochford

1939 @ 59 ^ Southend-on-Sea (MITCHELMORE)

d 1958.4 Southend @ 78 (MITCHELMORE)

dau    Ivy MITCHELMORE

b 1908.4 Camberwell

1911 @ 2 b Peckham ^ Prittlewell, Rochford with parents

m 1930.4 Rochford, William I OSBORNE


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Generation 7

Family 0225

head  George James Alban Andrew MITCHELMORE

b 1895.4 East Stonehouse (George James A A)

b 6Sep1895 Devonport

chr 12Mar1901 Plymouth All Saints (John George Henry Alban)

1901 @ 5 b Stonehouse ^ 1 Well Street, Plymouth with parents (George)

19Apr1895: admitted to Plymouth Public School (George) UK life events

1911 railway errand boy @ 15 b Stonehouse ^ 13 Willow Street, Plymouth with parents (George)

13Jan1913 tailor's porter: enlisted in Royal Navy as Stoker 2, No. K17255; promoted 11Nov1916 Stoker 1, 11Nov1918 Stoker Petty Officer Royal Navy records

1919 stoker petty officer K17255 HMS Vivid: awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (Geo J A A) Royal Navy records

m 1923.2 Exeter, GILLARD (George J A A)

m 27Jun1923 Heavitree personal communication

1927 ^ 83 Treville Street, Plymouth (George James Albany) UK street & trade directories

29Feb1928 chief petty officer K17255 HMS Vivid: awarded Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (Geo Jas Albert) Royal Navy records

12Jan1935 retired from Royal Navy personal communication

28Sep1938-02Oct1938 recalled to Royal Navy personal communication

25Aug1939-18Aug1945 recalled to Royal Navy personal communication

d 1982.4 Exeter (George James A A)

d 26Dec1982 Exeter personal communication

sp      Violet Emma GILLARD

b 13Aug1894 South Wonford, Exeter

m 1923.2 Exeter

m 27Jun1923 Heavitree personal communication

1927 ^ 83 Treville Street, Plymouth (Violet) UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 45 ^ Exeter (Violet E)

d 1969.3 Exeter @ 73

d 26Aug1969 32 Whiteway Drive, Exeter personal communication

dau    Sheila Lily MITCHELMORE

b 1928.2 Exeter

b 18Mar1928 Plymouth personal communication

d 1928.3 Devonport (Sheila L)

d 1928 Plymouth personal communication

living members omitted

 

George's stated birth date is as given in the baptism register. His death registration gives it as 17Sep1895 and the Royal Navy has 3Jan1895. Royal Navy records


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Generation 7

Family 1131

head  Leslie James MITCHELMORE

b 1901.2 Devonport

chr 30Jun1901 Plymouth St Boniface

1911 school @ 9 b Kings Tamerton ^ 2 Hobart Street, East Stonehouse with parents

m 1926.4 Plymouth

m 27Dec1926 Plymouth St Peter, PREW

d 9Jun1940: electrical artificer 2nd class D/MX 47090 HMS Ardent, Royal Navy @ 39, son of James and Elizabeth MITCHELMORE, husband of Jessie Louisa MITCHELMORE, of Peverell, Plymouth; bur Plymouth Hoe Memorial (Leslie) Royal Navy records

d 9Jun1940 on war service: ^ Ashfield, Warbstow, Launceston; letter of administration granted 14Jul1942 Bodmin to Jessie Louisa MITCHELMORE, widow, estate £607 10s 4d UK wills & probates

sp      Jessie Louisa PREW

b 21Nov1903

m 1926.4 Plymouth

m 27Dec1926 Plymouth St Peter

1939 @ 36 ^ Plymouth (Jessie L)

9Jun1940 ^ Peverell, Plymouth Royal Navy records

d May1993 Slough

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Leslie's estate would have been equivalent to about £80,000 today.


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Generation 7

Family 0076

head  Mark B MITCHELMORE

b 1866.4 Newton Abbot

1871 scholar @ 4 b Kingsteignton ^ Townsend, Kingsteignton with parents

1881 labourer @ 14 b Kingsteignton ^ Higher Lodge, Abbots Kerswell with parents

1891 unm gardener domestic servant, lodger @ 27 b Devonshire ^ Turnpike Road, Frensham, Surrey (Mark MITCHMORE); head: William LAWRENCE, agricultural labourer

m 1892.4 Hambledon, Surrey (Mark)

m 10Oct1892 St Michael, Thursley, Surrey: Mark MITCHELMORE, gardener @ 26 ^ Thursley, father Richard MITCHELMORE, gardener; Annie BOXALL @ 24 ^ Thursley, father George BOXALL, farmer

sp      Annie BOXHALL

b 186x

1871 scholar @ 4 b Thursley ^ Surrey (Mary Ann)

1881 @13 b Elstead, Surrey ^ Highcombe Bottom, Thursley with parents George & Hannah

m 1892.4 Hambledon

m 10Oct1892 St Michael, Thursley


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Generation 7

Family 1061

head  Sarah Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1845.4 Kingsbridge

b 3Dec1845 Kingsbridge Union Workhouse, Churchstow personal communication

1858 unm ^ Kingsbridge Union Workhouse, Churchstow (Sarah)

dau    Mary Jane MITCHELMORE

b 1858.2 Kingsbridge

chr 3Aug1858 Churchstow

bur 31Oct1858 Churchstow @ 3 mo ^ Union House

 

 

 

 

Sarah was only 12 when she had her child Mary Jane.


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Generation 7

Family 0199

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1854.3 Kingsbridge (MUCHALMOR)

b 8Aug1854 Union Workhouse, Churchstow

1861 @ 6 b Churchstow ^ Dwelling House, Loddiswell, lodging with Richard KENNARD, labourer (William H MICHELMORE)

13Jun1871 entry into Royal Navy (William) Royal Navy records

attached to Royal Navy Australia Station (William) Australian life events

1883 obtained master's ticket (William) Australian legal records

m 1885 Balmain NSW (William H)

m 10Dec1884 St Thomas, Balmain: William Henry MITCHELMORE, only son of the late William Henry MITCHELMORE ^ Kingsbridge, Devon; Mary Ann PHILLIPS, eldest daughter of Charles Frederick Leslie PHILLIPS ^ Balmain Australian newspaper announcements

24Nov1888 captain of the ferry boat Birkenhead, involved in fatal collision Australian legal records

1891 ^ Yeend Terrace, Wells Street, Balmain (Willm H); household contains 1 male and 2 females Australian population surveys

1896 ex-president, Association of Masters & Engineers of Harbour & River Steamers (W H) Australian life events

1901 ^ Rewick Street, Drummoyne NSW (Willm H); household contains 1 male and 2 females Australian population surveys

1902 ^ Trouton Street, Balmain and Renwick St, Drummoyne (W H) Australian population surveys

27Jan1908 master of the Manly ferry Brighton (William) Australian legal records

senior master, Port Jackson Steam Navigation Company Australian newspaper announcements

1908 joint trustee of the estate of the late William PHILLIPS Australian legal records

1910 commander of the Manly ferry steamer Kuring-gai (Captain W H) Australian life events

1915 ^ Arawa, Crescent Street, Manly (Captain) Australian newspaper announcements

31Jan1927 master of Manly ferry boat Binngarra in collision with an interstate steamer Australian legal records

23Jul1930 commodore, Manly ferry fleet, master of the ferry Baragoola for 8 yr: retired after more than 27 yr service with the Port Jackson and Manly Steamship Company (Capt W H MICHELMORE) Australian life events

1930-1936 master mariner ^ Boronia, Crown Road, Harbord NSW Australian population surveys

16Mar1933 retired master mariner @ 77: arrived London aboard Ormonde from Sydney NSW (Capt W) UK shipping & migration

2Jan1934 Fremantle WA: arrived aboard Mongolia from London en route to Sydney NSW (William H) Australian shipping records

1937 ^ 15 Bligh Street, Northbridge NSW Australian population surveys

1943, 1949 retired ^ 102 Champion Road, Gladesville NSW Australian population surveys

10Dec1944 ^ 102 Champion Road, Tennyson Point, Gladesville Australian newspaper announcements

1949 Past District Grand Inspector of Workings, Drummoyne Masonic Lodge, United Grand Lodge of New South Wales (Very Wor Bro W H) Australian newspaper announcements

d 1949 Waverley NSW @ 93, master mariner ^ Bondi NSW

bur 4Feb1949 Northern Suburbs Crematorium, Sydney ^ Stonehaven, Silva Street, Bondi Australian newspaper announcements

sp      Mary Ann Lavinia PHILLIPS

b 186x

m 1885 Balmain

m 10Dec1884 St Thomas, Balmain

2Jan1934 Fremantle: arrived aboard Mongolia from London en route to Sydney

1930-1936 home duties ^ Boronia, Crown Road, Harbord Australian population surveys

1937 home duties ^ 15 Bligh Street, Northbridge Australian population surveys

1943, 1949 home duties ^ 102 Champion Road, Gladesville NSW Australian population surveys

d 1949 Waverley, "parents: Frederick Charles and Elizabeth"

son    William Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1885 Balmain

(b 21Oct1885)

d 1885 Balmain

d 28Nov1885 @ 5 wk 3 dy Australian newspaper announcements

dau    Daisy S M MITCHELMORE

b 1888 Balmain

1900 student at Balmain Bethany High School: sang in cantata (Miss D) Australian newspaper announcements

m 1915 Sydney NSW, Walter E FULLER

m 2Jun1915 St Barnabas, George Street West [now Broadway]: William E FULLER, eldest son of Mr & Mrs Edward FULLER ^ 40 Inverness Terrace, Hyde Park, London; Daisy S M MITCHELMORE, only daughter of Captain and Mrs W H MITCHELMORE ^ Arawa, Crescent Street, Manly Australian newspaper announcements

Royal Navy records have William's birth date listed as 28May1855. Royal Navy records

 

 

The Australia Station was the Royal Navy's command headquarters for Australia and New Zealand.

 

It appears that William invented a father for the sake of propriety.


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Generation 7

Family 0430

head  Robert Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1864.1 Kingsbridge

chr 7Feb1864 Stokenham

1871 scholar @ 7 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (Robert H)

1881 agricultural labourer @ 17 b Stokenham ^ Sherford with parents (Robert H)

m 1884.3 Plymouth

m 15Jul1884 Plymouth Charles: Robert MITCHELMORE, railway porter @ 20 ^ 3½ Gibbon Street, father Robert MITCHELMORE, farmer; Annie LIDSTONE @ 20 ^ 3½ Gibbon Street, father Robert LIDSTONE, labourer

1886 railway porter ^ 18 Hampton Street, Plymouth Charles

1888 Great Western Railway porter ^ 2 Parson Terrace, Glanville Place, Plymouth Charles

1891 Great Western Railway porter @ 27 b Stokenham ^ Brixham Road, Kingswear (Robert)

1893 railway porter ^ Kingswear

1901 Great Western Railway goods guard @ 37 b Stokenham ^ 6 Salisbury Road, Wolborough. Also in household: his brother William

29Apr1906 GWR goods guard @ 42: admitted to the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, Newton Abbot UK life events

1907 ^ 48 Hilton Road

1911 railway guard @ 47 b Stokenham ^ 48 Hilton Road, Newton Abbot. Also in household: his brother William

d 1929.3 Newton Abbot @ 65

d 23Sep1929 Newton Abbot: late goods guard ^ 28 Hilton Road UK newspaper announcements

sp      Annie LIDSTONE

(b 1864) Aveton Gifford

1881 general servant @ 17 b Aveton Gifford; head: William WALTERS, farmer

m 1884.3 Plymouth

m 15Jul1884 Plymouth Charles

1891 @ 27 b Aveton Gifford ^ Brixham Road, Kingswear

1901 @ 37 b Aveton Gifford ^ 6 Salisbury Road, Wolborough

1911 @ 47 b Aveton Gifford ^ 48 Hilton Road, Newton Abbot

d 1935.3 Plympton St Mary @ 71

d 7Aug1935 Mendora, Church Road, Wembury Bay, Plymouth: widow ^ 1 Western Road, Newton Abbot; probate granted 28Aug1935 Exeter to James Henry MITCHELMORE, railway employee, and Elsie May HUTCHINS (wife of William Harold HUTCHINS), estate £460 0s 0d UK wills & probates

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1886.4 Plymouth

10Nov1886

chr 1Dec1866 Plymouth Charles

d 1888.1 Plymouth @ 1

son    James Henry George MITCHELMORE

b 1889.1 Plymouth

dau    Florence Daisy MITCHELMORE

b 1893.1 Totnes

b 20May1892

chr 1Jan1893 Kingswear

1901 @ 8 b Kingswear ^ 6 Salisbury Road, Wolborough with parents

d 1907.2 Newton Abbot @ 14

bur 21May1907 Wolborough @ 14 ^ 48 Hilton Road

dau    Elsie May MITCHELMORE

b 1895.1 Newton Abbot

1901 @ 6 b Newton Abbot ^ 6 Salisbury Road, Wolborough with parents

1911 apprentice dressmaker @ 16 b Newton Abbot ^ 48 Hilton Road, Newton Abbot with parents

m 1918.1 Newton Abbot, William H HUTCHINS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Annie's estate would have been equivalent to about £70,000 today.


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Generation 7

Family 1636

head  William MITCHELMORE

b 1866.2 Kingsbridge

chr 29Apr1866 Stokenham

1871 @ 4 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents

1881 tailor @ 14 b Stokenham ^ Sherford with parents

1891 tailor @ 24 b Stokenham ^ Sherford with parents

1893 Sherford: banns read for William MICHELMORE and Eliza GRANT

m1 1893.3 Kingsbridge

m1 31Aug1893 Sherford: William MICHELMORE, tailor @ 27 ^ Sherford, father Robert MICHELMORE, farm labourer; Eliza GRANT @ 27 ^ Sherford, father John GRANT, labourer; witnesses George & Emma GRANT

m2 1897.3 Kingsbridge

m2 18Sep1897 Dodbrooke: William MITCHELMORE, widowed tailor @ 31 ^ Sherford, father Robert MITCHELMORE, labourer; Jessie Alice LEGASSICK @ 22 ^ Dodbrooke, father John LEGGASSICK, gardener; witnesses Stephen & Sarah Grace BAKER

1901 journeyman tailor, widower @ 34 ^ 6 Salisbury Road, Wolborough with brother Robert

1911 journeyman tailor maker, widower @ 44 b Stokenham ^ 48 Hilton Road, Newton Abbot with brother Robert

d 18Jun1939 @ 73; bur Sherford

d 1939.2 Newton Abbot @ 73

d 18Jan1939 20 Torquay Road, Newton Abbot: probate granted 25Sep1939 Exeter to [nephew] James Henry MITCHELMORE, railway employee, estate £479 15s 0d UK wills & probates

sp1    Eliza GRANT

(b 1867)

m 1893.3 Kingsbridge

m 31Aug1893 Sherford

d 1894.2 Kingsbridge @ 27 (MICHELMORE)

d 24May1894 @ 27; bur Sherford

bur 27May1894 Sherford @ 27 ^ Charleton

sp2    Jessie Alice LEGASSICK

b 1874.4 Kingsbridge

m 1897.3 Kingsbridge

m 18Sep1897 Dodbrooke

d 1899.1 Kingsbridge @ 24

d 20Mar1899 @ 24; bur Dodbrooke, "youngest daughter of John and Mary LEGASSICK"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, William's estate would have been equivalent to about £60,000 today.


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Generation 7

Family 0676

head  Charles Hills MITCHAMORE

b 1850.2 Plymouth

1851 @ 1 b Plymouth ^ 34 York Street, Plymouth St Andrew with parents

1860 @ 10 ^ Columbus OH with mother (Charles MICHAMORE)

1862 [sic] emigrated to the US with his parents and siblings North American life events

m 29Oct1878 Columbus, HULL (Charles H) North American life events

1878 ^ Cleveland OH : attended 50th birthday in Lakeside WI (C H) North American life events

1880 travelling salesman @ 30 b England ^ 195 Front Street, Columbus (Charles MUTCHAMORE)

1881 ^ Jackson MI: guest at Forest City House, Cleveland North American life events

1887-1892 travelling salesman ^ 242 E Gay, Columbus

1890 inventor, 24 Stone, Tremont NY (Charles H)

1891 novelty manufacturer

13May1892 granted French patent for bicycle improvements North American life events

1900 inventor, boarder @ 45 b England ^ West Town, Chicago IL (Chas MITCHMORE)

d 17Mar1907 Chicago @ 57 (Charles H MITCHMORE)

17Mar1907 democratic judge of elections: found dead in his room at the Chicago Hotel, Clarke Street: cause heart disease, burial permit issued (C H/Charles H) North American newspaper announcements

bur 1907 Forest Home Cemetery, Forest Park IL, "inventor, single”

sp      Margaret Annie HULL

b 2Dec1853 OH North American life events

one of ten children, some of whom were among the first students at the Ohio State University, Columbus North American life events

m 29Oct1878 Columbus

1880 @ 25 b OH ^ 195 Front Street, Columbus (Margaret MUTCHAMORE)

d 26Jun1899; bur Forest Home Cemetery, Forest Park IL (Margaret)

1900 boarder @ 43 b OH ^ West Town, Chicago (Margrett MITCHMORE)

dau    Margaret Annie MITCHAMORE

(b Jun1880) OH

1880 @ 1 mo b OH ^ 195 Front Street, Columbus with parents (Margaret MUTCHAMORE)

1900 @ 20 b OH ^ West Town, Chicago with parents (Margrett A MITCHMORE)

1910 bookkeeper at tailor @ 26 b MI ^ Columbus with aunt Bessie (Margaret A)

dau    Sarah Alice MITCHAMORE

b 7Oct1882 Detroit MI

known as Alice North American life events

1910 bookkeeper at retail lumber @ 24 b MI ^ Columbus with aunt Bessie (Alice)

m 6Aug1913 Columbus, Alva Hartley BENTON

lived to be at least 80 years of age North American life events

son    Charles Hull W MITCHAMORE

(b 1884) MI

son    Joseph Curtis MITCHAMORE

b 6Mar1891 Windsor ON US military records

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margaret's memorial

Margaret's memorial

 

It is not known how Margaret came to be enumerated in the 1900 census, when she had died in 1899.


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Generation 7

Family 1841

head  Samuel George MITCHAMORE

b 1858.3 Exeter

chr 4Jul1858 Exeter St Paul

1861 @ 3 b Exeter ^ 10 St Pauls Place, Exeter St Paul with parents (Samuel J MITCHELMORE)

1871 scholar @ 12 b Exeter ^ Bonhay Road, Exeter St Edmund with parents (Samuel G MITCHAMRE)

1881 upholsterer @ 22 b Exeter ^ Bonhay Road, Exeter St Edmund with parents (Saml G)

m1 1883.2 Exeter

m1 12May1883 St Edmund, Exeter: Samuel George MITCHAMORE, upholsterer @ 24 ^ St Edmunds, father Samuel MITCHAMORE, carpenter; Ellen William SCANES @ 23 ^ St Edmunds, father Philip SCANES, sawyer

1885 secretary, Sons of Devon Friendly Society, Exeter (S G MICHAMORE) UK life events

1885: upholsterer ^ Bonhay Road, Exeter: fined 20s for assaulting his mother (Samuel) UK life events

1891 upholsterer @ 32 b Exeter ^ 8 Bowhay Road, Exeter St Edmond (Samuel G MITCHELMORE). Also in household: his mother Mary Ann

1894 entered greyhound in coursing race at Baunton nr Cirencester (S G MICHELMORE) UK life events

?1894 private, 1st Rifles Volunteer Battalion, Exeter: participated in a shooting competition (?) British Army records

1894-1896 journeyman upholsterer ^ 8 Bonhay Road, Exeter (Samuel) UK street & trade directories

1901 upholsterer @ 42 b Exeter ^ 6 Albert Street, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire (Samuel Geo MICHAMORE)

m2 1906.2 Fulham

1911 upholsterer @ 53 b Exeter ^ 45 King Street , Maidenhead

d 1914.1 Maidenhead (Samuel G)

sp1    Ellen William SCANES

(b 1861) Exeter

m 1883.2 Exeter

m 12May1883 St Edmund, Exeter

1891 @ 30 b Exeter ^ 8 Bowhay Road, Exeter St Edmond

1901 @ 41 b Exeter ^ 6 Albert Street, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire (Ellen MICHAMORE)

d 1903.3 Chesterton @ 42 (MITCHAMORE)

bur 16Mar1903 Histon Road Cemetery, Cambridge St Luke ^ County Asylum, Fulbourn (Ellen)

sp2    Ann AVERY

(b 1857) Exeter

m 1906.2 Fulham

1911 @ 53 b Exeter ^ 45 King Street , Maidenhead

 
Generation 8

Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0059

head  George Henry MITCHELMORE

b 5Apr1841 Dartmouth

chr 9May1841 Dartmouth St Petrox

1841 @ 1 b Devon ^ Bears Cove, Dartmouth St Petrox with parents (George H)

1851 scholar @ 10 b Dartmouth ^ Mariners Place , Townstall, Dartmouth with parents (George)

1861 unm @ 20 b Dartmouth ^ 216 New Road, Dartmouth with parents (George H)

m 1861.4 Totnes (George H)

1871 carpenter @ 29 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Saviour (MITCHLMON)

1878-79 foreman carpenter ^ 1 Montpellier Terrace, Above Town, Dartmouth UK street & trade directories

1881 foreman carpenter, Great Western Railway @ 39 b Dartmouth ^ Above Town, Dartmouth (George H)

an engineer for the South Devon Railway and later Great Western Railway, responsible for carrying out the building of wooden viaducts UK life events

1883-1889 steam laundry operator ^ South Town, Dartmouth UK street & trade directories

17Feb1884 a fire in his steam laundry destroyed machinery and laundry from HMS Britannia, loss estimated at ₤1000 (?) UK life events

1884 took over Polyblank's shipyard after his previous property had been destroyed by fire and reopened it as the Dartmouth and Kingswear Steam Laundry UK businesses

1889-1902 manager, Dartmouth & Kingswear Steam Laundry Co., Kingswear UK street & trade directories

1891 steam laundry manager @ 50 b Dartmouth ^ Laundry Cottage No. 2, Brixham (George H)

1911 general manager, Steam Laundry Company @ 70 b Dartmouth ^ Waterhead, Kingswear (George MITHCELMORE)

1914 managing director, Kingswear Steam Sanitary Laundry Co., Kingswear (G H) UK street & trade directories

d 1919.1 Totnes @ 77 (George H)

d 10Feb1919 @ 77; bur Kingswear (George H)

1919 formerly an engineer for the South Devon Railway and later the Great Western Railway, responsible for carrying out the building of wooden viaducts UK life events

d 10Feb1919 Water Head, Brixham: probate granted 25Jun1919 London to [son] George Henry MICHELMORE, coal merchant, and Robert PALFERY, auctioneer, estate £6,639 8s 2d UK wills & probates

sp      Elizabeth Perriton DRAKE

(b 1840) Dartmouth

m 1861.4 Totnes

1871 @ 30 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Saviour (MITCHLMON)

1881 @ 40 b Dartmouth ^ Above Town, Dartmouth

1891 steam laundry manageress @ 51 b Dartmouth ^ Laundry Cottage No. 2, Brixham

1911 @ 71 b Dartmouth ^ Waterhead, Kingswear (Elizabeth MITHCELMORE)

d 1928.1 Wandsworth @ 89 (Elizabeth M)

d 17Feb1928 @ 90; bur Kingswear (Periton Elizabeth)

son    George Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1862.2 Totnes

Click to enlarge

Dartmouth & Kingswear Steam Laundry (about 1910)

 

The Dartmouth & Kingswear Steam Laundry was located at Waterhead Creek, Kingswear and was originally built as Pope's Brass & Iron Foundry in 1866 before becoming Polyblank's Shipbuilders and Engineers in 1874. For a description of the laundry in the 1930s to 1950s, see Reg Little's reminiscences. The laundry continued in operation until 1971, the company being wound up in 1973 by George's grandson David.

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, George's estate would have been equivalent to about £850,000 today.


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Generation 8

Family 1000

head  James Richard MITCHELMORE

b 1848.4 Totnes

chr 17Sep1848 Dartmouth St Petrox

1851 scholar @ 3 b Dartmouth ^ Mariners Place , Townstall, Dartmouth with parents (James)

1861 @ 12 b Dartmouth ^ 216 New Road, Dartmouth with parents (James R)

m1 1868.2 Totnes

m1 31May1868 Dartmouth St Clement: James Richard MITCHELMORE, sawyer @ 20 ^ Townstall, father Richard MITCHELMORE, sawyer; Sarah Ann POPE @ 18 ^ Townstall, father Richard POPE, dairy man

1881 attended dinner of the Northam Conservative & Constitutional Association (Mr J) UK life events

1881 sawmill engineer and machinist @ 32 b Dartmouth ^ 2 Nichols Road, Southampton (James R)

1885 partner in Messrs Honeychurch & Mitchelmore, Southampton builders UK businesses

1886-1887 Messrs Honeychurch & Mitchelmore involved in public building works in Southampton UK businesses

1887 John PURCHASE found guilty of stealing wood from Messrs Honeychurch & Mitchelmore UK legal documents

m2 1887.2 Islington

m2 11Apr1887 St Andrew, Barnsbury: James Richard MITCHELMORE, builder @ 38, widower ^ Mount Pleasant, Southampton, father Richard MITCHELMORE, deceased, timber merchant; Mary Ann HINVEST @ 37 ^ Thornluse? Square, father Joseph HINVEST, bricklayer; witnesses Samuel Albert & Emily Ada HINVEST

1888-1990 ^ 26 Mount Pleasant, Southampton, lately trading at Mile End, Northam, trading with Henry HONEYCHURCH as Honeychurch & Mitchelmore, builders: bankruptcy proceedings UK businesses

1889-1891ownership vote for property in Market Street, Eastleigh, confirmed (James) UK legal documents

1891 commercial traveller @ 42 b Dartmouth ^ Manor Street, Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire (James R)

1900-1901 bankruptcy discharged UK businesses

1901 timber merchants manager @ 53 b Dartmouth ^ 7 Chapel Street, Great Berkhampstead (James R)

1911 ^ 2 Taswell Road, Southsea (Jas R) UK street & trade directories

1911 builder @ 62 b Dartmouth ^ 2 Taswell Road, Southsea (MICHELLMORE)

d 1922.2 Portsmouth @ 73

d 17Apr1922 26 Taswell Road, Southsea: probate granted 6Jun1922 London to [sons] James Thomas MITCHELMORE, engineer, Edwin Charles and Horace Edgar MITCHELMORE, merchants, and Leonard Frank MITCHELMORE, shop assistant, estate £1856 10s 3d UK wills & probates

sp1    Sarah Ann POPE

(b 1851) Dartmouth

m 1868.2 Totnes

m 31May1868 Dartmouth St Clement

1881 @ 30 b Dartmouth ^ 2 Nichols Road, Southampton (Sarah A)

d 1886.1 Southampton @ 35 (Sarah A)

d 18Mar1886 Northam Road, Southampton @ 35 UK newspaper announcements

dau    Lena Branscombe MITCHELMORE

b 1869.1 Totnes

1881 scholar @ 13 b Dartmouth ^ 2 Nichols Road, Southampton with parents (Lena)

1887 wrote letter to the editor of the Hampshire Advertiser complaining about flowers being stolen from her mother's grave (L B) UK life events

m 1889.4 Southampton, Henry COLLINS (Lena Brancombe)

1901 @ 32 b Dartmouth ^ Sholing, Southampton (Lena B)

dau    Charlotte Ellen MITCHELMORE

b 1873.1 Totnes

1881 scholar @ 8 b Dartmouth ^ 2 Nichols Road, Southampton with parents (Charlotte)

1891 @ 18 b Dartmouth ^ Manor Street, Berkhampstead with parents (Charlot A)

m 1897.4 S Stoneham, Thomas William PICKETT

1901 @ 27 b Dartmouth ^ Watford

son Edwin Mitchelmore PICKETT

b 1904.1 Watford

1911 school @ 7 b Watford ^ 17 Kings Avenue , Watford with parents

d 1966.2 Watford @ 62 (Edwin M)

1911 @ 38 b Dartmouth ^ 17 Kings Avenue , Watford

d 1923.1 Watford @ 50 (Charlotte E)

son    James Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1876.1 Totnes

?dau  Mabel MITCHELMORE

(b 1878) Dartmouth

1891 @ 12 b Dartmouth ^ 27 Boston Road, Ealing with cousin George

son    Frederick Richard MITCHELMORE

b 1879.1 Southampton

son    Edwin Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1880.4 Southampton

dau    Ina Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1882.4 Southampton

889 won needlework prize at Home Improvement Society exhibition (Ina) UK life events

1891 @ 9 b Southampton ^ Manor Street, Berkhampstead with parents (Ina A)

1911 milliner @ 29 b Southampton ^ 2 Taswell Road, Southsea with father and stepmother (Sara Ann MICHELLMORE)

m 1915.3 Elham, Edmund A JENKINS

son    Horace Edgar MITCHELMORE

b 1886.1 Southampton

sp2    Mary Ann HINVEST

(b 1850) Southampton

m 1887.2 Islington

m 11Apr1887 St Andrew, Barnsbury

1891 @ 40 b Southampton ^ Manor Street, Berkhampstead

1901 @ 51 b Southampton ^ 7 Chapel Street, Great Berkhamstead

1911 @ 60 b Southampton ^ 2 Taswell Road, Southsea (May Ann MICHELLMORE)

d 1933.3 Portsmouth @ 83 (Mary A)

dau    Bessie Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1888.4 Southampton

d 1890.1 West Ham @ 1

son    Leonard Frank MITCHELMORE

b 1892.1 Berkhampstead

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, James's estate would have been equivalent to about £250,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

Sarah Ann presumably died in childbirth.


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Generation 8

Family 1001

head  Thomas Leigh MITCHELMORE

b 1853.1 Totnes (Thomas)

b 13Mar1853

1861 @ 8 b Dartmouth ^ 216 New Road, Dartmouth with parents

chr 19Aug1862 Dartmouth St Clement

1871 carpenter @ 19 b Dartmouth ^ King Street, Brixham with parents

1871 entry to Royal Navy Royal Navy records

m 1877.3 Southampton

m 25Aug1877 Christ Church, Southampton: Thomas Leigh MICHELMORE, shipwright ^ 12 Rochester Terrace, father Richard MICHELMORE, timber merchant; Harriet Caroline NORMAN ^ Belvider Terrace, father William NORMAN, ships captain; witness Caroline NORMAN

m 25Aug1877 Christ Church, Northam, Southampton: Thomas MITCHELMORE ^ Dartmouth; Harriet Caroline, daughter of the late Capt. William NORMAN UK newspaper announcements

1881 shipwright @ 28 b Dartmouth ^ 5 Brinton Road, Southampton

1881 attended dinner of the Loyal Englishman Lodge, Southampton (T) UK life events

1887-1894 regularly attended various functions of several Southampton cycling clubs (?/S/T/T L) UK life events

1890 ^ 31 Derby Road and 20 Laura Place, Southampton: patent submitted for "improved ball-bearing handlebar and seat pillar for velocipedes" (T L) UK businesses

1891 engineer steam joinery @ 38 b Dartmouth ^ 31 Derby Road, Southampton (Thomas L)

1891-1892 ^ 70 High Street, Southampton: patents granted for "velocipedes", "improvements to bicycles", "improved velocipede handlebar", "improvements in window blinds" and  "improvements in and relating to steam signals for ships" (T L) UK businesses

1892-93 judge at sports meetings in Southampton UK life events

1893 present at "laying-up" supper for crew of a local yawl UK life events

1895 ^ 31 Derby Road, Nichols' Town, Southampton: application submitted for patent "an improved type of cycle pedal shoe clip" (T L) UK businesses

1898 works manager ^ 38 Cuthbert Road, Birmingham

1901 mechanical engineer @ 48 b Dartmouth ^ Willesden, Middlesex

1901 cycle manufacturer ^ 233 High Road, Willesden Green UK street & trade directories

1909 Smith & Mitchelmore Ltd listed as a dissolved company UK businesses

1911 mechanical engineer @ 58 b Dartmouth ^ 13 Poplars Avenue, Cricklewood

1914 partner in Smith & Mitchelmore Ltd, motor engineers, Avenue Close & 23 High Road, Willesden Green UK businesses

1918 ^ 13 Poplars Avenue, Cricklewood (Thomas) Royal Air Force records

d 1919.1 Willesden @ 65 (Thomas L)

18Jul1919 Smith & Mitchelmore Ltd deregistered and dissolved UK businesses

sp      Harriett Caroline NORMAN

b 1855.3 Southampton

m 1877.3 Southampton

m 25Aug1877 Christ Church, Southampton

1881 @ 25 b Southampton ^ 5 Brinton Road, Southampton (Maud Caroline)

1886 won prizes at Holy Trinity Home Improvement Society annual show (Mrs MICHELMORE) UK life events

1891 @ 35 b Southampton ^ 31 Derby Road, Southampton (Harriett C)

1897 assisted at bazaar at Bible Christian Chapel, St Mary's Road, Southampton (Mrs) UK life events

1901 @ 45 b Southampton Northam ^ Willesden, Middlesex (Harriett)

1911 @ 55 b Southampton ^ 13 Poplars Avenue, Cricklewood

1939 @ 14 [sic] ^ Dartmouth (Hariett C MIRCHELMORE)

d 1942.2 Totnes @ 87 (Harriett C)

d 28Sep1942 Dartmouth  @ 87 ^ San Ursula, Dartmouth, the residence of her daughter Mrs W G ROW UK newspaper announcements

dau    Maud MITCHELMORE

b 1878.3 Southampton

chr [26Sep1878] Christ Church, Southampton

1881 @ 2 b Southampton ^ 5 Brinton Road, Southampton with parents

1891 @ 12 b Southampton ^ 31 Derby Road, Southampton with parents

1897 assisted at bazaar at Bible Christian Chapel, St Mary's Road, Southampton (Miss) UK life events

1901 house maid domestic @ 23 b Southampton ^ Everest, Reigate Heath, Reigate

m 1902.1 Hendon, George William TABOR (Maude)

1911 @ 31 ^ Hendon with husband

dau    Mabel Gertrude MITCHELMORE

b 1881.1 Southampton

chr [11Feb1881] Christ Church, Southampton

1881 @ 4 mo ^ 5 Brinton Road, Southampton with parents (Mable Gertrude)

1891 @ 10 b Southampton ^ 31 Derby Road, Southampton with parents (Mabel G)

1892 won prize for girl's nightdress at annual exhibition of the Holy Trinity Home Improvement Society (Mabel) UK life events

1901 dressmaker @ 20 b Southampton Nicholls Town ^ Willesden, Middlesex (Mable)

m 1906.4 Hendon

m 9Oct1906 Christ Church, Brondesbury: William George ROW, builder @ 26 ^ Clarence Hill, Dartmouth, father William George ROW, builder; Mabel Gertrude MITCHELMORE @ 25 ^ 13 Poplar's Avenue, father Thomas Leigh MITCHELMORE, engineer; witnesses [parents] T L & H  MITCHELMORE, Albert Andrew & Unity ROW

1942 mayoress of Dartmouth UK life events

dau    Harriet Alice MITCHELMORE

b 1882.2 S Stoneham

            1889 won needlework prize at Home Improvement Society exhibition (Hettie) UK life events

1891 @ 8 b Southampton ^ 31 Derby Road, Southampton with parents (Harriett A)

1895 won prize for members of girls' cooking class at Home Improvement Society exhibition (H) UK life events

1901 robemaker @ 18 b Southampton St Denys ^ Willesden, Middlesex (Hettie)

m 1910.3 Willesden (Harriet A)

m 17Sep1910 Christ Church, Brondesbury: Percival Arthur James WOODLEY, boat builder @ 29 ^ Argylle Road, Southampton, father William Henry WOODLEY, boat builder; Harriet Alice MITCHELMORE @ 28 ^ 13 Poplars Avenue, Cricklewood, father Thomas Leigh MITCHELMORE, engineer; witnesses [sister] Lily MITCHELMORE, R L & L WOODLEY

dau    Ethel Blanch MITCHELMORE

b 1884.2 South Stoneham

1891 @ 6 b Southampton ^ 31 Derby Road, Southampton with parents (Ethel B)

1901 dressmaker @ 16 b Southampton St Denys ^ Willesden, Middlesex (Ethel)

m 1908.3 Hendon, Henry Arthur CHURCHILL

m 29Sep1908 Christ Church, Brondesbury: Henry Arthur CHURCHILL, clerk @ 25 ^ Villa Harzburg, Sudbury Court Road, Sudbury, Harrow, father Henry Mark CHURCHILL, journalist; Ethel Blanche MITCHELMORE @ 24 ^ 13 Poplar's Avenue, father Thomas Leigh MITCHELMORE, engineer; witnesses [father] Thomas Leigh MITCHELMORE, Henry Mark CHURCHILL

1911 @ 26 ^ Croydon, Surrey with family

dau    Carrie Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1886.3 Southampton (Carrie E)

1891 @ 4 b Southampton ^ 31 Derby Road, Southampton with parents (Carrie E)

1901 milliner @ 14 b Southampton Nicholls Town ^ Willesden, Middlesex (Lizzie)

1911 milliner @ 24 b Southampton ^ 13 Poplars Avenue, Cricklewood with parents (Caroline Elizabeth)

dau    Mary Louise MITCHELMORE

b 1888.3 Southampton

1891 @ 2 b Southampton ^ 31 Derby Road, Southampton with parents (Mary L)

1901 @ 12 ^ Willesden, Middlesex (Louie)

1911 @ 22 b Southampton ^ 13 Poplars Avenue, Cricklewood with parents (Louisa Mary)

m 1911.4 Willesden (Mary L)

m 19Dec1911 Christ Church, Brondesbury: Jonathan Claudius CLOUDSDALE, dentist @ 29, widower ^ 33 High Road, Willesden Green, father Jonathan Claudius CLOUDSDALE, dentist; Mary Louise MITCHELMORE @ 28 ^ Avenue Lodge, Poplar's Avenue, father Thomas Leigh MITCHELMORE, motor engineer; witnesses [sisters] Maud TABOR and Harriet Caroline MITCHELMORE

son    Thomas Norman MITCHELMORE

b 1890.2 Southampton

son    George William MITCHELMORE

b 1892.3 Southampton

dau    Lilian May MITCHELMORE

b 1895.1 Southampton

1901 @ 6 ^ Willesden, Middlesex (Lillie)

1911 milliner @ 16 b Southampton ^ 13 Poplars Avenue, Cricklewood with parents (Lillian May)

m 1917.2 Willesden, William B SPITTLE

m 16Jun1917 Christ Church, Brondesbury: William Barnett SPITTLE, Sergeant, Canadian Expeditionary Force @ 22 ^ Sandling Camp, Saltwood, father Robert SPITTLE, motor man; Lilian May MITCHELMORE @ 22 ^ 13 Poplars Avenue, father Thomas Leigh MITCHELMORE, engineer; witnesses Thomas Leigh MITCHELMORE, Robert SPITTLE

6Jul1919 wife @ 24 b England: arrived Quebec QC aboard Metagama from with son William S @ 11 mo, joining husband in Winnepeg MB [William arrived in Canada 1913] (Lilian M)

son    Arthur Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1898.1 Birmingham

 

The Royal Navy records has Thomas's date of birth as 2Dec1855. Royal Navy records

 

Thomas was baptised at the same ceremony as his siblings Mary , Frederick and William .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas's brother William was living in Derby Road in 1881.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 1897 report might also have referred to any of Maud's sisters.


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Generation 8

Family 2342

head  Frederick Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1855.3 Totnes

chr 19Aug1862 Dartmouth St Clement

1861 @ 5 b Dartmouth ^ 216 New Road, Dartmouth with parents

1871 sawyer @ 15 b Dartmouth ^ King Street, Brixham with parents

m 1878.3 Totnes

1881 engine fitter @ 26 b Dartmouth ^ 31 Terminus Terrace, Southampton (Frederick)

1891 steam engine maker fitter @ 35 b Dartmouth ^ 19 Lefevre Road, Stratford Le Bow St Mary, London (Frederick)

1901 mechanical engineer @ 45 b Dartmouth ^ 20 Tennyson Road, West Ham (Fred)

d 1905.1 West Ham @ 49

d 5Jan1905 22 Tennyson Road, Stratford, Essex: letter of administration granted 20Jan1905 to Eliza Ann MITCHELMORE, widow, estate
£122 0s 0d UK wills & probates

sp      Eliza Ann GROSE

b 1854.1 St Austell (Eliza)

m1 1878.3 Totnes, MITCHELMORE

1881 @ 26 b Roach, Cornwall ^ 31 Terminus Terrace, Southampton (Eliza A)

1891 @ 37 b Luxulyan, Cornwall ^ 19 Lefevre Road, Stratford Le Bow St Mary, Londom (Eliza A)

1901 @ 45 b Roach ^ 20 Tennyson Road, West Ham (Eliza)

1905 ^ 22 Tennyson Road, Stratford UK wills & probates

m2 1908.3 West Ham

 

Frederick was baptised at the same ceremony as his siblings Mary , Thomas and William. The register has his birth date recorded as 16Aug1853, which appears to be an error.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Frederick's estate would have been equivalent to about £50,000 today.


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Generation 8

Family 2330

head  William Richard MITCHELMORE

b 1860.2 Totnes

b 6Apr1860

chr 19Aug1862 Dartmouth St Clement

1861 @1 b Dartmouth ^ 216 New Road, Dartmouth with parents (William R)

1871 scholar @ 10 b Dartmouth ^ King Street, Brixham with parents

1881 machine sawyer, lodger @ 22 b Dartmouth ^ 8 Stanley Terrace, Derby Road, Southampton (William R); head: Emily COLLINS, mariner's wife

m 1881.1 Southampton

1891 machinist @ 32 b Dartmouth ^ 41 Northumberland Road, Southampton (William R)

1901 machine sawyer @ 42 b Dartmouth ^ Southampton (William)

1911 sawyer @ 50 b Portsmouth ^ 27 St Mary's Place, Southampton

d 1932.4 Southampton

sp      Caroline RAY

(b 1854) Shirley, Hampshire

m 1881.1 Southampton

1881 @ 24 b Shirley ^ 8 Stanley Terrace, Derby Road, Southampton

1891 @ 36 b Shirley ^ 41 Northumberland Road, Southampton

1901 @ 46 b Shirley ^ Southampton

1911 @ 56 b Southampton ^ 27 St Mary's Place, Southampton

1939 @ 85 ^ Southampton

d 1942.1 Poole @ 87

dau    Florence Caroline MITCHELMORE

b 1881.4 Southampton

1891 scholar @ 9 b Southampton ^ 41 Northumberland Road, Southampton with parents (Florence C)

1901 dressmaker @ 19 b Southampton ^ Southampton with parents

m 1909.3 Southampton

dau    Clara Edith MITCHELMORE

b 1888.4 Southampton

1891 @ 2 b Southampton ^ 41 Northumberland Road, Southampton with parents (Clara E)

1901 @ 12 b Southampton ^ Southampton with parents (Clara)

21Jun1924 cook @ 35 departed Southampton aboard Empress of Scotland for Quebec QC, last residence 17 Cambridge Street, Shirley, Southampton, intended residence Canada (Clara) UK shipping & migration

22Jun1929 clerk @ 40: arrived Southampton aboard Duchess of Bedford from Montreal QC, intended residence 13 Spring Terrace, Portswood, Southampton; last residence Canada UK shipping & migration

24May1930 clerk @ 41 ^ 13 Spring Crescent, Portswood, Southampton: departed Southampton aboard Empress of France for Quebec (Clara) UK shipping & migration

31May1930 @ 41 b Southampton ^ Humberstone ON, Canadian citizen: arrived Montreal aboard Empress of France from Southampton, previously resident in Canada 1924-12Jun1929 (Clara) North American shipping & migration

dau    Rose May MITCHELMORE

b 1891.3 Southampton

1901 @ 9 b Southampton ^ Southampton with parents (Rosa)

1911 dressmaker @ 19 b Southampton ^ 27 St Mary's Place, Southampton with parents (Rosa May)

29Apr1914 nurse @ 22 departed Southampton aboard Olympic for New York UK shipping & migration

6May1914 arrived New York aboard Olympic from Southampton ; unm nurse @ 22 b Southampton ^ Dartford; final destination Port Colbourne ON; mother ^ Portswood, Southampton North American shipping & migration

m 10May1914 Port Colbourne ON: Harry Albert WEAVER, driver @ 22 ^ Port Colbourne, father Henry WEAVER, mother Elizabeth GARRETT; Rosa May MITCHELMORE, maid @ 22 ^ Port Colbourne, father William MITCHELMORE, mother Caroline RAE; witness Elizabeth WEAVER

d 9Feb1935 Welland ON @ 43 (Rose MITCHELMORE)

 

 

 

William was baptised at the same ceremony as his siblings Mary , Thomas and Frederick .


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Generation 8

Family 1006

head  William Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 24Jul1841 Dartmouth

chr 15Aug1841 Dartmouth St Petrox

1851 servant @ 9 b England ^ Beaumont Village, St Peter, Jersey; head: John WILLIAMS, farmer

1861 baker @ 20 b England ^ 35 Glocester Street, St Helier, Jersey with mother

1865 baker ^ St Helier

m 186x, LEWIS

1870-1890 became member, Prince of Wales Masonic Lodge, St Helier

1871 publican and baker @ 30 b Dartmouth ^ 35 Gloucester Street, St Helier

d 187x

sp      Sarah Ann LEWIS

b 1841.1 Plymouth

m1 186x, MITCHELMORE

1871 publicans wife @ 30 b Plymouth ^ 35 Gloucester Street, St Helier

m2 187x, William Alfred LE GEYT [1881 victualler]

1881 @ 34 b Plymouth ^ St Saviours, Jersey with second husband

dau    Rosilinda MITCHELMORE

b 20Dec1864

chr 8Jan1865 St Helier, "godparents: John MITCHELMORE and Richard, Susannah & Sarah Ann LEWIS"

dau    Angelina Susan MITCHELMORE

(b 1865) St Helier

1871 @ 5 b St Helier ^ 35 Gloucester Street, St Helier with parents (Angelina)

1881 @ 15 b St Helier ^ Imperial Vaults , St Saviour, Jersey with mother and stepfather

son    William Lewis MITCHELMORE

(b 1867) St Helier

1871 @ 3 b St Helier ^ 35 Gloucester Street, St Helier with parents (William)

1881 @ 13 b St Helier ^ St Saviours, Jersey with mother and stepfather

1891 cooper, boarder @ 23 b Jersey ^ 30 Tennyson Place, Bradford, Yorkshire (William L)

1901 shipping agent @ 33 b St Heliers, Jersey ^ St Heliers, Jersey (William L MITCHELSON)

1906 admitted to Jersey General Hospital UK life events

1911 warehouseman, lodger @ 40 b Jersey ^ 163 Rosebery Avenue, Clerkenwell (William)

son    George Henry MITCHELMORE

(b 1869)

dau    Evelyn Lily MITCHELMORE

(b 1872) St Helier

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 1911 census entry states that William was a widower with one child still living, but no records have been found to support this statement.


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Generation 8

Family 1601

head  George Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1845.3 Kingsbridge

chr 18Jul1845 Stokenham

1851 @ 5 b England ^ 2 Commercial Street, St Helier, Jersey with parents

1861 crew @ 16 b Dartmouth ^ vessel Parana, Jersey [59 ton coasting and foreign, master: Joseph OATES; record filed at Plymouth] (George)

m 1870.4 Stepney

m 18Oct1870 St Anne, Limehouse: George Henry MITCHELMORE, mariner, widower ^ St Anne, Limehouse, father John Austin MITCHELMORE, carpenter; Harriett REYNOLDS ^St Anne, Limehouse, father Sampson REYNOLDS, miller

1874 mariner ^ 12 Antcliff Street, Tower Hamlets

1881 mariner (seaman) @ 35 b Dartmouth ^ 8 Caxton Street, Bow, London (George H). Also in household: his sister-in-law Jane LUKES

1882 beer retailer ^ The Artichoke, 143 Jubilee Street, Mile End (Geo Hy) UK street & trade directories

1885 landlord of the United Services Hotel, Jersey: involved in serious accident (G H) UK life events

1887 ^ United Service Hotel, David Place: served a grand banquet for the members of the Provincial Grand Lodge, Jersey UK life events

1891 hotel proprietor @ 48 b England ^ 7 David Place (United Services Hotel), St Helier (George H)

d 13Aug1895 Grasshopper Hotel, St Helier: will [made 13Aug1895] probated 30Dec1897 St Helier, Jersey UK wills & probates

sp      Harriett REYNOLDS

(b 1848) Cornwall

m 1870.4 Stepney

m 18Oct1870 St Anne, Limehouse

1871 married tailoress, boarder @ 26 b England ^ 7 Seale Street, St Helier; head: Henry GRIBBLE, bill poster (MICHELMORE)

1881 @ 33 b Constantine , Cornwall ^ 8 Caxton Street, Bow, London

1891 @ 49 b England ^ 7 David Place (United Services Hotel), St Helier, Jersey

1900 proprietor of the Grasshopper Hotel, Jersey (Mr) UK life events

1901 hotel proprietoress, widow @ 56 b England ^ Grasshopper Hotel, St Helier, Jersey

1911 private means @ 61 b Falmouth  ^ 2 Herbert Villas, Station Avenue, Sandown, Isle of Wight

1911 apartment keeper ^ 2 Herbert Villas, Station Avenue, Sandown, Isle of Wight UK street & trade directories

d 1916.2 Isle of Wight @ 73

d 9Jun1916 2 Herbert Villas, Station Avenue, Sandown, Isle of Wight: widow née REYNOLDS; probate granted 2Aug1916 Winchester to Henry David FRANCIS, chemist, and William George MITCHELL, estate agent, estate £1883 5s 8d UK wills & probates

dau    Agnes R MICHELMORE

(b 1864) St Helier

1871 @ 6 b St Helier ^ 7 Seale Street, St Helier with mother

dau    Rose MITCHELMORE

(b 1866) St Helier, Jersey

1881 @ 14 b St Heliers ^ 8 Caxton Street, Bow, London with parents

1891 @ 24 b St Helier ^ 7 David Place (United Services Hotel), St Helier, Jersey with parents

dau    Elizabeth Harriet MITCHELMORE

b 1874.3 Mile End

b 28Jun1874

chr 23Aug1874 Christ Church, Watney Street, Tower Hamlets (Elizabeth Harriett)

(m 1901), Henry St David FRANCIS British Army records

1911 @ 36 b Finsbury ^ 65 College Road , Bromley, Kent, "married 9 yr"

1916 ^ 14 Tweedle Road, Bromley British Army records

d 1924.3 Bromley @ 49 (Elizabeth H)

dau    Lily MITCHELMORE

(b 1875) Shadwell, Middlesex

1881 @ 6 b Shadwell ^ 8 Caxton Street, Bow, London with parents

1891 @ 17 b England ^ 7 David Place (United Services Hotel), St Helier, Jersey with parents

m 1898.3 Bromley, Henry HALL

1911 @ 38 b Jersey ^ 12 Faversham Road, Beckenham, Kent

son    Herbert Sampson Reynolds MITCHELMORE

b Mar1887 St Helier, Jersey

1891 scholar @ 4 b St Helier ^ United Services Hotel, 7 David Place, St Helier with parents (Bertie)

1901 hotel proprietoress [sic] @ 14 ^ Grasshopper Hotel, St Helier, Jersey with mother

31Mar1904 farmer @ 19: departed Liverpool aboard Canada for Halifax NS UK shipping & migration

17Apr1904 unm clerk @ 18 b Jersey: arrived Halifax aboard Parisian from Liverpool, destination Eastern Harbor (H) North American shipping & migration

3Feb1908 labourer: arrived Liverpool aboard Corsica from St John NB (H) UK shipping & migration

16Apr1908 labourer @ 22: departed Liverpool aboard Dominion for Montreal (H) UK shipping & migration

26Apr1908 unm bookkeeper @ 22 ^ Quebec, Canadian citizen: arrived Montreal aboard Dominion from Liverpool (H) North American shipping & migration

1911 bookkeeper in general store @ 24 b Mar1887 Jersey ^ Gaspé Village, Gaspé QC, immigrated 1904

11Apr1914 accountant @ 27: arrived Liverpool aboard Empress of Ireland from Halifax NS (Herbert) from Halifax from Halifaz NS (Herbert) UK shipping & migration

13Jun1914 farmer @ 28 departed Liverpool aboard Teutonic for Montreal (H D R) UK shipping & migration

21Jun1914 Canadian citizen @ 36 b Jersey ^ Gaspé QC, resident in Canada 6 yr: arrived Quebec aboard Teutonic from Liverpool (Herbert D R) North American shipping & migration

28May1916 arrived Liverpool aboard SS Missanabie CPR from Gaspé to join British Army, cost of passage refunded British Army records

29May1916 book maker @ 29: arrived Liverpool aboard Missanabie from Halifax; intended residence 2 Herbert Villas, Station Avenue, London (Hubert) UK shipping & migration

6Jun1916 accountant @ 29 yr 2 mo ^ 2 Herbert Villas, Station Avenue, Sandown, Isle of Wight: enlisted in British Army, gunner 110154 Royal Garrison Artillery; previously served in Canadian Home Guard British Army records

1919 ^ 1384 Green Ave, Montreal: granted pension for hernia British Army records

1919 awarded British War and Victory medals (Herbert S R) British Army records

24Aug1919 unm fish trader b England, previously resident in Quebec 1904-1916: arrived Halifax NS aboard Royal George from Southampton, destination Taspi QC (H S R) North American shipping & migration

22Mar1923 bookkeeper ^ 14 Tweedy Road, Bromley: departed Liverpool aboard Canada for Halifax (Herbert) North American shipping & migration

24Dec1922 book-keeper @ 35: arrived Liverpool aboard Canada from Halifax, intended residence 14 Tweedy Road, Bromley, Kent North American shipping & migration

 Mar1923 b St Helier's @ 35: departed Liverpool for Halifax, returning home to Montreal after holiday in England, previously resident in Canada Apr1904 to 16Dec1922 (Herbert S R) North American shipping & migration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John Austin was actually George's brother; his father was called John.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is likely that the 1900 reporter expected the hotel to be owned by a man, and therefore inadvertently converted "Mrs" into "Mr".

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Harriett's estate would have been equivalent to about £500,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth's marriage registration has not been found, and the only marriage registration found for Henry St D FRANCIS was 1916.3 Isle of Wight to Elizabeth H WILLIAMS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Herbert's mother died three days after Herbert had enlisted in the British Army.


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Generation 8

Family 2278

head  James Weeks MITCHELMORE

b 7Mar1855 St Helier, Jersey

chr 1Apr1855 St Helier, "'son of Augustin & Elizabeth BROOKING"

1861 scholar @ 4 b Jersey ^ 35 Glocester Street, St Helier with mother (James)

m 187x

1881 hotel keeper @ 26 b St Helier ^ Bristol Hotel, 70 Esplanade, St Helier. Also in household: mother Elizabeth DUNN, sister Blanch DUNN, and mother-in-lawSarah WINTER

1885 landlord of the Bristol Hotel, Jersey: involved in serious accident (G H) UK life events

1891 hotel proprietor @ 36 b St Helier ^ Bristol Hotel, St Helier (James N)

d 1937.4 Pancras @ 82 (James W)

bur 22Oct1937 St Pancras Cemetery, Camden

sp       Sarah Jane WINTER

b 1850.1 Chipping Sodbury

(b 1849) Iron Acton, Gloucestershire

m 187x

1881 hotel keeper @ 30 b England ^ St Helier, 70 Esplanade, St Helier (Jane)

1891 @ 40 b Gloucester ^ Bristol Hotel, St Helier (Susan J)

1901 married @ 51 b Iron Acton ^ 21 Moray Road, Islington with her widowed sister Annie E DAY, trowsers finisher @ 39 b Shoreditch (Sarah J)

d 1901.4 Islington @ 51

bur 13Nov1901 Islington

dau    Helena Blanche MITCHELMORE

b 1879 England

1881 @ 2 b England ^ St Helier, 70 Esplanade, St Helier with parents (Helena B)

1891 @ 12 b St Peters, Jersey ^ Bristol Hotel, St Helier with parents (Harriet B)

m 1904.2 Islington

m 4Apr1904 St Mark, Tollington Park: Thomas Sawyer SAWYER, pianoforte maker @ 28 ^ Woodview, Archway Road, Highgate, father Philemon Cumming SAWYER, hatter; Helena Blanche MITCHELMORE @ 25 ^ 21 Moray Road, father James Weeks MITCHELMORE, licensed victualler; witness John Byers SAWYER

The  christening record   confirms that the forenames Austin and Augustine were interchangeable at the time.


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Generation 8

Family 0006

head  Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1851.4 Kingsbridge

chr 9Nov1851 South Pool (MITCHAMORE)

1861 @ 9 b Pool ^ North Pool village, South Pool with parents

1871 farm servant indoor unm @ 20 b Slapton ^ Middlecombe, Stokenham; head: Benjamin PARROTT, landowner and farmer

m 1875.1 Kingsbridge

m 18Feb1875 East Portlemouth: Thomas MITCHELMORE, servant ^ Goodshelter, Portlemouth, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer; Mary CUDD, servant ^ Goodshelter, Portlemouth, father Philip CUDD, labourer; witness James CUDD

1875, 1878 farm labourer ^ South Pool

1881 gardener @ 29 b South Pool ^ Bakerswell, Malborough

1891 gardener @ 39 b South Pool ^ 10 Orestone, Salcombe

1901 gardener general @ 50 b North Pool ^ Cross Gardens, 6 Market Street, Salcombe

1911 jobbing gardener @ 59 b South Park ^ Cross Garden Cottage, Salcombe. Also in household: his granddaughter Mary Elizabeth BOND [his daughter Ann's daughter]

d 1914.4 Kingsbridge @ 63

bur 20Dec1914 Shadycombe Cemetery, Salcombe

sp      Mary CUDD

(b 1852) Portlemouth

m 1875.1 Kingsbridge

m 18Feb1875 East Portlemouth

1881 @ 29 b Portlemouth ^ Bakerswell, Malborough

1891 @ 39 b Good Shelter, Devon ^ 10 Orestone, Salcombe

1901 laundress @ 49 b East Portlemouth ^ Cross Gardens, 6 Market Street, Salcombe

1911 laundress @ 59 b Portlemouth ^ Cross Garden Cottage, Salcombe

d 1935.4 Kingsbridge @ 83

bur 5Nov1935 Shadycombe Cemetery, Salcombe

dau    Ann Coals MITCHELMORE

b 1875.4 Kingsbridge

b 28Aug1875 South Pool

chr 26Sep1875 South Pool (Ann Coase)

1881 scholar @ 5 b South Pool ^ Bakerswell, Malborough with parents (Ann Coase )

1891 domestic servant @ 15 ^ Travana Terrace, West Allington with Walter HANNAFORD grocer

m 1898.4 Kingsbridge ( Annie )

m 2Oct1898 Baptist Chapel, Salcombe: Lewis BOND, coachman @ 23; Annie Coase MITCHELMORE, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, gardener

dau    Edith Emily MITCHELMORE

b 1878.1 Kingsbridge

chr 5May1878 South Pool

1881 scholar @ 3 b South Pool ^ Bakerswell, Malborough with parents

1891 general servant domestic @ 13 b South Pool ^ Salcombe with FITZWALTER family

1901 general servant domestic @ 23 b South Pool ^ Cross Gardens, 6 Market Street, Salcombe with parents (Edith E)

1911 visitor @ 33 b South Pool ^ 34 Teign Street, Teignmouth; head: Emma BOOBIER, widow . Also in household: William Wilmot PARTRIDGE, visitor [Edith's future husband]

m 1912.4 Kingsbridge, William W PARTRIDGE

dau    Bertha Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1880.3 Kingsbridge

(b Aug1880) Salcombe

1881 @ 8 mo b Salcombe ^ Bakerswell, Malborough with parents

1891 @ 10 ^ 10 Orestone, Salcombe with parents (Bertha)

1901 laundress @ 20 b Salcombe ^ Cross Gardens, 6 Market Street, Salcombe with parents (Bertha M)

m 1904.2 Kingsbridge, Edward James PENNY

1911 @ 30 b Salcombe ^ Salcombe with family

dau    Ada Cougetta MITCHELMORE

b 1883.2 Kingsbridge

1891 @ 7 b Salcombe ^ 10 Orestone, Salcombe with parents (Ada)

1901 general servant domestic @ 17 b Salcombe ^ Stokenham (Ada C); head: Albert WAKEHAM

1911 cook domestic @ 25 b Salcombe ^ Eglinton, First Avenue, Mannamead, Plymouth; head: William Henry JAGO, solicitor

m 1919.2 Falmouth, William H LAWRENCE (Ada C)

dau    Mildred Ellen MITCHELMORE

b 1896.4 Kingsbridge

1901 @ 4 b Salcombe ^ Salcombe with parents (Mildred E)

1911 domestic servant @ 14 b Salcombe ^ Cross Gardens, 6 Market Street, ross Garden Cottage, Salcombe with parents (Mildred)

m 1922.2 Kingsbridge, James T BASKERVILLE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ann's grandmother's maiden name was COASE.


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 2284

head  Charlotte MITCHELMORE

b 1853.4 Kingsbridge

b 25Nov1853 North Pool, South Pool

chr 11Dec1853 South Pool (MITCHAMORE)

1861 @ 7 b Pool ^ North Pool village, South Pool with parents

1871 domestic out of employment @ 17 ^ Lower Coombe, South Pool with parents (MITCHAM)

m 1877.3 Kingsbridge

m 12Jul1877 East Portlemouth: William YOULDEN, labourer ^ Portlemouth, father John YOULDEN, labourer; Charlotte MITCHELMORE, servant ^ South Pool, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer

son    William Sidney MITCHELMORE

b 1871.1 Kingsbridge

sp      William YOULDEN

b 185x

m 1877.3 Kingsbridge

m 12Jul1877 East Portlemouth


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0389

head  Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1856.1 Kingsbridge

b 13Jan1856 North Pool, South Pool

chr 27Jan1856 South Pool (MITCHAMORE)

1861 @ 3 b Pool ^ North Pool village, South Pool with parents

1881 cook domestic @ 24 b North Pool ^ South Town , Dartmouth St Petrox ; head: Joseph PAUL, naval instructor

m 1882.4 Totnes

m 19Nov1882 Kingswear: Richard BROWN, labourer @ 21 ^ Kingswear, father George BROWN; Elizabeth MITCHELMORE @ 26 ^ Kingswear, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer

1891 @ 33 b South Pool ^ 1 Woodland Terrace, Kingswear

dau    Augusta Robinson MITCHELMORE

b 1877.4 Kingsbridge (Augusta R)

chr 25Dec1877 South Pool

1881 @ 3 b South Pool ^ North Pool, South Pool with aunt Mary (Augusta)

1891 @ 13 b South Pool ^ South Pool village with grandparents John and Ann

m 1903.2 Atherstone, Albert D TREADWELL (Augusta R)

1911 @ 32 b South Pool ^ The Green, Sheepy Parva, Atherstonne, Warwickshire (Augusta R)

d 1943.2 Norwich Outer @ 65

sp      Richard BROWN

b Jun1862 Newton Abbot

(b 1862) Bovey Tracey

m 1882.4 Totnes

m 19Nov1882 Kingswear

1891 carter (employer) @ 28 b Bovey ^ 1 Woodland Terrace, Kingswear


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0026

head  Edward Coase MITCHELMORE

b 1858.3 Kingsbridge [also indexed as Edward MITCHELMORE]

b 1Jun1858 North Pool, South Pool

chr 20Jun1858 South Pool (MITCHAMORE)

1861 @ 2 b Pool ^ North Pool village, South Pool with parents

1871 scholar @ 13 b South Pool ^ Lower Coombe, South Pool with parents (MITCHAM)

m 1878.1 Kingsbridge

m 7Feb1878 Stokenham: Edward MITCHELMORE, labourer @ 20 ^ Hallsands, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer; Mary Jane GILLARD @ 21 ^ Hallsands, father Richard GILLARD, fisherman

1878-1881 labourer ^ Hallsands

1881 labourer @ 22 b South Pool ^ Middlecombe, Stokenham (Edwd.)

1890, 1892 labourer ^ Kellaton

1891 shepherd @ 32 b South Pool ^ Stokenham

1901 farm labourer @ 43 b South Pool ^ Kellaton, Stokenham (Edward)

1911 contractor @ 53 b South Pool ^ Kellaton, Chivelstone (Edward Rose)

1914 farmer ^ Middle Farm, Kellaton, Stokenham (Edward) UK street & trade directories

1919 farmer ^ Higher Kernborough, Chillington, Stokenham (Edward) UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 80 @ Kingsbridge (Edward C)

d 1950.2 Kingsbridge @ 91 (Edward C)

d 14Mar1950 Darnacombe Farm, Chillington @ 91 (Edward Cox) UK newspaper announcements

bur 18Apr1950 Stokenham (Edward Cox) UK newspaper announcements

d 14Apr1950 @ 91; bur Stokenham. Named on same memorial: his wife Mary Jane and son John Francis

sp      Mary Jane GILLARD

(b 1856) Salcombe

m 1878.1 Kingsbridge

m 7Feb1878 Stokenham

1881 farm labourers wife @ 25 b Salcombe ^ Middlecombe, Stokenham

1891 @ 34 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham

1901 @ 46 b Salcombe ^ Kellaton, Stokenham

1911 @ 56 b Salcombe ^ Kellaton, Chivelstone

d 1930.1 Kingsbridge @ 74 (Mary J)

d 6Mar1930 @ 74; bur Stokenham

bur 9Mar1930 Stokenham @ 74 ^ Dannacombe

dau     Mary Ellen MITCHELMORE

b 1878.2 Kingsbridge

chr 25Apr1878 Stokenham

d 1878.2 Kingsbridge @ 0

bur 2May1878 Stokenham @ 3 wk ^ Hallsands

dau    Elizabeth Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1879.2 Kingsbridge

chr 18May1879 Stokenham

1881 @ 2 b Stokenham ^ Middlecombe, Stokenham with parents

1891 scholar @ 12 ^ Stokenham with parents (Elizabeth)

1901 cook domestic @ 22 b Devon ^ Stokenham (Elizabeth); head: William DOUGHTY

1911 domestic duties @ 30 b Hallsands ^ Kellaton, Chivelstone with parents

1919 Stokenham: 3rd banns read 12Oct for William Henry RICE, widower ^ Bovey Tracey, and Elizabeth Ann MITCHELMORE ^ Stokenham

m 1919.4 Kingsbridge, William H RICE (Elizabeth A)

dau    Bertha Ellen MITCHELMORE

b 1881.4 Kingsbridge

chr 25Dec1881 Stokenham

1891 scholar @ 10 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (Bertha)

1901 @ 19 b Hallsands ^ Kellaton, Stokenham with parents

m 1909.2 Kingsbridge

m 28Apr1909 Stokenham: Frederick Samuel JOHNS, coachman @ 26 ^ Stokenham, father Samuel JOHNS, labourer; Bertha Ellen MITCHELMORE @ 27 ^ Stokenham, father Edward MITCHELMORE, farmer; witness [sister] Elizabeth Ann MITCHELMORE

1911 @ 29 b Stokenham ^ Chillington

son    Edward Alfred MITCHELMORE

b 1885.1 Kingsbridge

son    George Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1887.1 Kingsbridge

son    Roderick John MITCHELMORE

b 1888.3 Kingsbridge

d 1889.1 Kingsbridge @ 0 (Roderick J)

bur 10Feb1889 Stokenham @ 6 mo ^ Kellaton

son    John Francis MITCHELMORE

b 1889.4 Kingsbridge [twin]

b 1Nov1890 Stokenham Royal Navy records

chr 22Feb1890 Stokenham @ 3

1891 @ 1 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (John)

1901 @ 11 b Kellaton ^ Kellaton, Stokenham with parents

1911 assisting father @ 21 b Kellaton, Chillington ^ Kellaton, Chivelstone with parents

3Dec1915 farmer @ 26 yr 1 mo ^ Kellaton, Chivelstone: enlisted in British Army, Private 3455 Royal First Devon Yeomanry, Territorial Forces British Army records

5Feb1916 discharged as "not likely to become an efficient soldier" [no reason given] British Army records

RN seaman Royal Navy records

1939 @ 50 ^ Kingsbridge with his brother William (John F)

d 1950.3 Kingsbridge @ 60

d 10Aug1950 Kingsbridge @ 60: died at South Hams Hospital UK newspaper announcements

d 10Aug1950 @ 60; bur Stokenham

bur 13Aug1950 Stokenham UK newspaper announcements

son    William Herbert MITCHELMORE

b 1889.4 Kingsbridge [twin]

dau    Elsie Lilian MITCHELMORE

b 1891.2 Kingsbridge

b 30Mar1891 Stokenham

chr 6Nov1892 Stokenham

1891 @ 1 dy b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents [unnamed]

1901 @ 9 b Kellaton ^ Kellaton, Stokenham with parents (Elsie)

1911 @ 19 b Kellaton, Chillington ^ Kellaton, Chivelstone with parents

1939 @ 48 @ Kingsbridge with father (Elsie L)

d 1967.3 Kingsbridge @ 76 (Elsie L)

d 11Sep1967 @ 76; bur Stokenham (Elsie Lillian)

bur 11Sep1967 Stokenham @ 76

son    Charles Ernest MITCHELMORE

b 1893.4 Kingsbridge

son    Roderick Cose MITCHELMORE

b 1895.1 Kingsbridge (Roderick Coles)

1901 @ 6 b Kellaton ^ Stokenham with parents

1911 worker on farm with horse @ 16 b Stokenham ^ Kellaton, Chivelstone (Roderick)

1919 private 22157 Dorsetshire Regiment: awarded British War and Victory medals British Army records

d 1Nov1916: private 22157 6th Battalion Dorset Regiment b Kellaton ^ Kingsbridge; bur Grove Town Cemetery, Meaulte, Somme, France (R C) British Army records

named on war memorial at Stokenham Parish Church

dau    Evelyn Faulie MITCHELMORE

b 1897.2 Kingsbridge

1901 @ 3 b Kellaton ^ Kellaton, Stokenham with parents (Evelyn Girlie)

1911 @ 13 b Chillington ^ Chillington with sister Bertha (Fairlie Evelyn)

m 1931.3 Kingsbridge, Francis J RICE

dau    Flossie Mabel MITCHELMORE

b 1899.2 Kingsbridge

1901 @ 1 b Kellaton ^ Kellaton, Stokenham with parents (Florrie Mabel)

1911 scholar @ 11 b Kellaton, Chillington ^ Kellaton, Chivelstone with parents (Flossie Mable)

1921 Chivelstone: 3rd banns read 20Mar for John Bertram STONE ^ Chivelstone and Flossie Mabel MITCHELMORE ^ Stokenham

m 1921.1 Kingsbridge, John B STONE

son     Cyril Victor MITCHELMORE

b 1903.1 Kingsbridge

 

 

 

 

 

See below for enlargements

Family gravestone in
Stokenham churchyard

Upper part: Edward and Mary.
Lower part
: John Francis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John was baptised at the same ceremony as his brothers George and William.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click to enlarge

Elsie's memorial


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0266

head  George MITCHELMORE

b 1862.1 Kingsbridge

b 12Dec1861 North Pool, South Pool, "son of farm labourer John MITCHELMORE and Ann MITCHELMORE formerly COASE"

chr 26Jan1862 South Pool

1871 scholar @ 9 b South Pool ^ Lower Coombe, South Pool with parents (MITCHAM)

1881 agricultural labourer @ 18 b South Pool ^ Combe, South Pool with parents

m 1885.4 Kingsbridge

m 17Oct1885 South Pool, FARLEIGH

1886  labourer ^ South Pool

1888-1895 groom ^ South Pool

1891 groom @ 29 b South Pool

1901 domestic gardener @ 38 b South Pool ^ Bilton Park Cottage, Bilton, Warwickshire

1911 domestic gardener @ 49 b South Pool ^ Hooton Hall Yard, Childer Thornton , Cheshire

1939 @ 78 ^ Ellesmere Port, Cheshire

d 1950.1 W Cheshire @ 88

d 19Mar1950 Little Sutton, Cheshire, "groom, later gardener"

sp      Sarah Elizabeth FARLEIGH

(b 1868) South Pool

m 1885.4 Kingsbridge

m 17Oct1885 South Pool

1891 @ 23 b South Pool

1901 @ 34 ^ Bilton Park Cottage, Bilton, (Elizabeth)

1911 house wife @ 45 b South Pool ^ Hooton Hall Yard, Childer Thornton

1939 @ 71 ^ Ellesmere Port (Sarah E)

d 1941.3 Chester @ 73 (Sarah E)

d 20Aug1941 Chester Royal Infirmary, Cheshire @ 73

dau    Ada Charlotte MITCHELMORE

b 1886.1 Kingsbridge

chr 9May1886 South Pool

d 1887.3 Kingsbridge @ 1

bur 24Sep1887 South Pool @ 20 mo

dau    Amelia Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1887.3 Kingsbridge

chr 29May1888 South Pool

1891 @ 3 b South Pool

1901 @ 13 b South Pool ^ Bilton Park Cottage, Bilton with parents (Amelia)

1911 @ 23 b South Pool ^ Hooton Hall Yard, Childer Thornton with parents

1939 @ 52 ^ Ellesmere Port with parents (Amelia A)

d 1968.2 Wirral @ 80 (Amelia A)

dau    Elsie Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1890.1 Kingsbridge

chr Jan1890 South Pool

1891 @ 1 b South Pool ^ Bilton Park Cottage, Bilton, with parents (Elsie)

1901 @ 11 b South Pool ^ Bilton Park Cottage, Bilton with parents

1911 domestic waitress @ 21 b South Pool ^ Curzon House, Curzon Park , Chester; head: Walter DUCKWORTH, cotton merchant

son    William Sydney MITCHELMORE

b 1893.1 Kingsbridge

son    John Farleigh MITCHELMORE

b 1895.3 Kingsbridge

son    ? MICHELMORE

(b 12Jan1897) South Pool

bur 14Jan1897 South Pool @ 2 dy

son    Francis George MITCHELMORE

b 1906.1 Wirral

son    ? MITCHELMORE

b 1908.1 Wirral

d 1908.1 Wirral @ 0

dau    Lily MITCHELMORE

b 1914.2 Wirrall

d 1914.2 Wirral @ 0

 

 

 

George

George


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 3000

head  Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 7Nov1857 Green Island Cove NL

m 18Sep1881 St Barnabas Church, Flower's Cove NL: Thomas MITCHELMORE @ 24 ^ Green Island Cove, father Thomas MITCHELMORE; Mary COOMBS @ 20 ^ Duck Island, St. Genevieve Bay, father Samuel COOMBS

1898 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1904 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 19Feb1908; bur Green Island Cove

sp      Mary COOMBS

b Apr1862 Current Island NL

m 18Sep1881 St Barnabas Church, Flower's Cove

1921 @ 59 b Apr1862 Current Island ^ Green Island Cove

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (Mary MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

1935 widowed homemaker, sole head @ 73 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican. House owned, 3 rooms, value $150, no radio, annual income not stated

d 7Jan1938; bur Green Island Cove

son    Henry MITCHELMORE

b Jun1884 Green Island Cove

dau    Susannah MITCHELMORE

b 17Jul1886 Black Duck Cove NL

d 14Apr1901; bur Green Island Cove (Susanna)

son    George MITCHELMORE

b 2Oct1887 Green Island Brook NL

son    Stephen MITCHELMORE

b 17Jul1889 Green Island Cove

dau    Mary Frances MITCHELMORE

b 14Jun1892 Black Duck Cove

m 24Nov1909 School Chapel, Green Island Cove: George MUGFORD, fisherman @ 27 ^ Pine's Cove, father George MUGFORD, fisherman; Mary MITCHELMORE @ 18 ^ Green Island Cove, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, fisherman; witness [brother] Stephen MITCHELMORE

son    Samuel MITCHELMORE

b 4Feb1893 Black Duck Cove

28Aug1916 St John's NL despatched per SS Sicilian: private 2873 ^ Straits of Belle Isle, 3rd Battalion, "C" Company, Platoon No. 11, Section 10 (S) Canadian military records

d Mar1917

d 3Mar1917: private 2873 1st Bn Royal Newfoundland Regiment @ 24, son of Thomas and Mary MITCHELMORE of Flower's Cove, St Barbe; bur Guillemont Road Cemetery, Guillemont, Somme, France Canadian military records

1918 letter of administration granted: ^ Green Island Cove, St Barbe North North American legal records

1919 awarded British War and Victory medals British Army records

dau    Myrtle MITCHELMORE

b 24Jun1895

dau    Joanna MITCHELMORE

b 21Aug1897

m 1917, Daniel F WAY personal communication

dau    Jane MITCHELMORE

b 30Nov1901 Green Island Cove

1921 @ 19 b Dec1901 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with mother (Sarah J)

m 26Apr1922 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, Albert PARILL

dau    Evangeline MITCHELMORE

b 7Nov1903 Green Island Cove

1921 @ 17 b Nov1903 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with mother

m 3Jan1924 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, George GENGE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Samuel

Samuel


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 3001

head  Richard MITCHELMORE

b Jul1864 Green Island Cove NL

often referred to as Richard Senior

m 11Nov1884 St. Barnabas Church, Flower's Cove NL: Richard MITCHELMORE @ 20 ^ Green Island Cove, father Thomas MITCHELMORE; Elizabeth GOULD @ 21 ^ Green Island Cove, father Alexander GOULD

1898 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove, St Barbe North Other North American population surveys

1904 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1921 @ 57 b Jul1864 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (Richd MICHEMORE Sr) Other North American population surveys

d 8Oct1931; bur Green Island Cove. Named on same memorial: his wife Elizabeth and others

sp      Elizabeth GOULD

b Jul1863 Green Island Cove

m 11Nov1884 St. Barnabas Church, Flower's Cove NL

1921 @ 58 b Jul1863 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (Elizabeth MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

1935 widow @ 73 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with son Thomas 3008, British, Anglican

d 14Oct1941

d 1941; bur Green Island Cove

son    John MITCHELMORE

b 18Feb1880 Green Island Cove

1904 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1928 not listed in Green Island Cove voters list Other North American population surveys

son    Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 26Mar1885 Black Duck Cove NL

dau    Bridget MITCHELMORE

b 21Jul1886 Black Duck Cove

m 30Nov1909 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, Thomas WAY, in

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

b 30Jun1889 Green Island Cove

m 3Dec1909 School Chapel, Green Island Cove: John  McLEAN, widower, fisherman @ 33 ^ Green Island Cove, father Jas  McLEAN, fisherman; Mary MITCHELMORE @ 18 ^ Green Island Cove, father Rich MITCHELMORE, fisherman

dau    Susannah MITCHELMORE

b 26Jul1890 Green Island Cove

d 1901; bur Green Island Cove (Susanna)

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 20Mar1895 Green Island Cove

d 21Jan1902; bur Green Island Cove

son    Richard MITCHELMORE

b 22Dec1896 Green Island Cove

dau    Sarah MITCHELMORE

b 8Jun1898 Green Island Cove

1921 @ 23 b Jun1898 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

d 13Nov1923; bur Green Island Cove

son    Jacob MITCHELMORE

b 3May1900 Green Island Cove

d 17Jan1918; bur Green Island Cove

dau    Frances MITCHELMORE

b 19Mar1902 Green Island Cove

d 20Mar1902 personal communication


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 3002

head  George MITCHELMORE

b Feb1870 Green Island Cove NL

m1 28Oct1890 Poverty Cove NL, COLES

m1 28Oct1890 Poverty Cove: George MITCHELMORE @ 21 ^ Poverty Cove, father Thomas MITCHELMORE; Mary Martha COLES @ 21 ^ Poverty Cove, father George COLES; in the house of George COLES

1898 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove, St Barbe North Other North American population surveys

1904 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

(m2 1907)

1921 @ 51 b Feb1870 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

m3 22Dec1927 Green Island Cove, COATES

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

1935 fisherman (cod fishery) @ 66 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican (George Sr). House owned, 9 rooms, value $700, no radio, annual income $250

1945 @ 76 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove (George Sr). Also in household: his sons Gordon and Stanley and their families

1949-1953 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (George Sr) Other North American population surveys

d 18Mar1953; bur Green Island Cove. Named on same memorial: his first wife Mary

sp1    Mary Martha COLES

b 1869 Poverty Cove

m 28Oct1890 Poverty Cove

d 7Jun1906 Green Island Cove @ 37, "died at childbirth" (Martha)

d 7Jun1906; bur Green Island Cove

son    Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 28Feb1891 Black Duck Cove NL

son    George MITCHELMORE

b 22Jun1892 Black Duck Cove

dau    Ruth MITCHELMORE

b 21Feb1895 Green Island Cove

dau    Martha Jane MITCHELMORE

b 8May1897 Green Island Cove

d 2Jun1898; bur Green Island Cove

dau    Fanny Anne MITCHELMORE

b 3Aug1899 Green Island Cove

m 5Dec1917 School Chapel, Green Island Brook, Edgar APPLIN

d 5Apr1994 St Anthony

son    Albert MITCHELMORE

b 8Nov1902 Green Island Cove

sp2    Belinda MCLEAN

b May1888

(m 1907)

1921 @ 51 b Feb1870 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove (Belender)

d 18Oct1921; bur Green Island Cove

dau    Susanna MITCHELMORE

b 11Jan1910

1921 @ 11 b Jan1910 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

m 24Nov1929 School Chapel, Savage Cove NL, Christopher MACLEAN

dau    Dora MITCHELMORE

b 24Sep1911 Green Island Cove

1921 @ 9 b Sep1911 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

m 193x, John ORGAN

193x-198x ^ Norris Point NL

dau    Lily Beatrice MITCHELMORE

b 12Aug1914 Green Island Cove

known as Beatrice

1921 @ 6 b Aug1914 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

m 23Apr1934 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, Leonard MCLEAN

1965 ^ Green Island Cove (Beatrice MITCHELMORE) Other North American population surveys

d 1989

son    Gordon MITCHELMORE

b Oct1915 Green Island Cove

son    Stanley MITCHELMORE

b 16Nov1917 Green Island Cove

dau    Mary Martha MITCHELMORE

b 15Apr1920 Green Island Cove

d 20Apr1920 Green Island Cove

living members omitted

sp3    Annie COATES

(b 1867) Bear Cove

m 22Dec1927 Green Island Cove

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

1935 homemaker @ 68 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican

1945 @ 78 b Bear Cove ^ Green Island Cove (Ann)

1949-1953 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (Mrs) Other North American population surveys

d 5Jun1953; bur Green Island Cove (Ann Coates)

 

 

George & Annie

George with his third wife Annie

 

A photograph of George with his brother John is available here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lily's daughter Pearl married Stewart.


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0670

head  Austin MITCHELMORE

b 10Jun1871

m1 17Jun1895 Green Island Cove NL

1898 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove, St Barbe North Other North American population surveys

1904 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

m2 2Jan1908 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, STEVENS

1916 ^ Flower's Cove, St Barbe, Newfoundland

d 2Aug1919; bur Green Island Cove

sp1    Elizabeth GENGE

b 186x

m 17Jun1895 Green Island Cove

?d 1903; bur Green Island Cove

son    Isaac MITCHELMORE

b 6Apr1893 Green Island Cove

d 12Oct1916: private 1810 Royal Newfoundland Regiment @ 24, son of Austin and Elizabeth MITCHELMORE of Flower's Cove, St Barbe; bur Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial, Somme, France Canadian military records

1919 awarded British War and Victory medals British Army records

1920 letter of administration granted: ^ Green Island Cove, St Barbe North American legal records

son    Richard MITCHELMORE

b 17Apr1895 Green Island Cove

son    Emanuel MITCHELMORE

b 11Mar1897 Green Island Cove

son    Austin MITCHELMORE

b 10May1899 Green Island Cove

son    Christopher MITCHELMORE

b 7Jan1901 Green Island Cove

d 2Dec1904 Green Island Cove @ 4

bur 1904 Green Island Cove North American memorial inscriptions

sp2    Selina STEVENS

b 1887 Pines Cove NL

m1 2Jan1908 Green Island Cove, MITCHELMORE

m2 21Oct1920 Green Island Cove, Samuel WARREN

?d 1933; bur Green Island Cove (Eliza Caroline Stevens)

 

Austin

Austin with sons Isaac, Richard, Emanuel and Austin

 

 

 

The Beaumont-Hamel park is dedicated to the fallen of the Newfoundland Regiment. A photograph of the dedicatory plaque is available here. A photograph of Isaac as a young soldier is available here.


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 3003

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 30Apr1874 Green Island Cove NL

known as Henry

m 17Jun1895 Green Island Cove: William Henry MITCHELMORE @ 21 ^ Green Island Cove, father Thomas Mitchelmore; Ann MARTIN @ 23 ^ Green Island Cove, father John MARTIN; in the house of Thomas MITCHELMORE, witnesses Richard and Mary Martha MITCHELMORE, "these parties were married by William GENGE, September 29, 1892"

1898 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove, St Barbe North (Wm) Other North American population surveys

1904 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (Wm H) Other North American population surveys

d 25Apr1919; bur Green Island Cove (Henry). Named on same memorial: his wife Annie

sp      Annie Amelia MARTIN

b Sep1871 Clarks Beach NL

m 17Jun1895 Green Island Cove

1921 widow @ 49 b Sep1871 Clarks Beach ^ Green Island Cove

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (Annie MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

1935 homemaker, widow @ 64 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican. House owned, 10 rooms, value $700, no radio, annual income $130, also occupied by son Norman  and his family. Also in household: her granddaughter Annie Martha

1945 widow @ 74 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with her son Norman (Annie)

1949-1957 widow ^ Green Island Cove (Mrs) Other North American population surveys

d 9Jul1960; bur Green Island Cove (Annie)

dau    Susannah MITCHELMORE

b 3Sep1892 Green Island Cove

m 2Nov1909 School Chapel, Green Island Cove: Matthew COLES, fisherman @ 21 ^ Savage Cove, father Matthew COLES, fisherman; Susannah MITCHELMORE @ 18 ^ Green Island Cove, father Henry MITCHELMORE; witnesses George & George MITCHELMORE

d 31Dec1975

dau    Sarah Fanny MITCHELMORE

b 5Jun1894 Green Island Cove

m 3Dec1913 Green Island Cove: George Henry COLES @ 22 ^ Savage Cove, father Matthew COLES; Sarah Fanny MITCHELMORE @ 17 ^ Green Island Cove, father Henry MITCHELMORE; in the School Chapel, witnesses B E WAY, Albert V COLES

d 29Jul1980

dau    Bertha MITCHELMORE

b 3Jul1896 Green Island Cove

chr 23Jul1896 Anchor Point, "received after baptism by a layman"

m 16Oct1916 Green Island Cove, Phillip LUNDRIGAN, married in her father's house

d 2May1983

son    William Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 19Mar1898 Green Island Cove

dau    Amelia MITCHELMORE

b 1900 Green Island Cove

m 24May1917 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, Samuel STRANGEMORE

d 10Feb1987

dau    Jane MITCHELMORE

b 27Mar1901 Green Island Cove

1921 @ 20 b Mar1901 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

m 18Oct1924 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, William MAYNARD

d 19Jul1973

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 27Dec1902 Green Island Cove

dau    Eliza MITCHELMORE

b 17Apr1905 Green Island Cove

d 2May1906; bur Green Island Cove. Named on same memorial: sister Miriam

son    John MITCHELMORE

b 30Jul1906 Green Island Cove

dau    Miriam MITCHELMORE

b 1908 Green Island Cove

d 1Dec1909; bur Green Island Cove. Named on same memorial: sister Eliza

son    Elijah MITCHELMORE

b 10Nov1910 Green Island Cove

son    Norman MITCHELMORE

b 24Jul1913 Green Island Cove

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

It is not known why this marriage was repeated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annie

Annie with children
and family friend

 

 

 

 

 

 

Susannah's and Sarah's husbands were brothers.


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 3004

head  John MITCHELMORE

b Jul1880 Green Island Cove NL

m 6Nov1900 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, MACLEAN

1904 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1921 @ 41 b Jul1880 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove. Also in household: his nephew Emmanuel

1935 fisherman (cod fishery) @ 55 b NL ^ Green Island Cove (John Sr). House owned, 9 rooms, value $400, no radio, annual income $220. Also in household: his nephew Levi

1945 @ 65 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove. Also in household: his "nephews" [actually great-nephews] Levi and Seward, grandsons of his brother Austin

1949 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (John Sr) Other North American population surveys

d 9Feb1951; bur Green Island Cove

sp      Eliza MACLEAN

b Nov1880 Green Island Cove

m 6Nov1900 Green Island Cove

1921 @ 40 b Nov1880 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1928 not listed in Green Island Cove voter's list Other North American population surveys

1935 homemaker @ 54 b NL ^ Green Island Cove

1945 @ 65 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1949 ^ Green Island Cove (Mrs) Other North American population surveys

1953 widow  ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 11Feb1957; bur Green Island Cove

 

John & Eliza

John (left) and Eliza with George, Emanuel and Elizabeth


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0262

head  William Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1846.4 Kingsbridge

chr 22Nov1846 Slapton

1851 @ 4 b Slapton ^ Slapton Village with parents(William)

1861 farm servant @ 14 ^ Slapton with parents (Wm)

1871 agricultural labourer @ 23 ^ Slapton Village with parents

1881 agricultural labourer @ 34 b Slapton ^ Slapton Village with parents

m 1885.3 Kingsbridge

?1889, 1893 shopkeeper ^ Slapton (William) UK street & trade directories

1891 agricultural labourer @ 44 b Slapton ^ Oak Hill, Slapton

1891 labourer ^ Slapton

1901 agricultural labourer @ 54 b Slapton ^ Village, Slapton (William). Also in household: his brother George

1911 agricultural farm labourer @ 64 b Slapton ^ Slaptonwith his brother George (William E)

d 1929.1 Kingsbridge @ 82

d 23Jan1929 @ 82; bur Slapton. Named on same memorial: his wife Elizabeth and daughter Elizabeth

sp      Elizabeth RANDALL

(b 1851) South Pool

m 1885.3 Kingsbridge

1891 @ 40 b South Pool ^ Oak Hill, Slapton

1901 @ 50 b South Pool ^ Village, Slapton

1911 @ 60 b Stokenham ^ Slapton

1929.1 Kingsbridge @ 78

d 29Jan1929 @ 78; bur Slapton

dau    Elizabeth Ann Amelia MITCHELMORE

b 1891.3 Kingsbridge (Elizabeth Ann A)

chr 6Sep1891 Slapton

1895 admitted to Slapton County Primary School UK life events

1901 @ 9 b Slapton ^ Village, Slapton with parents (Elizabeth)

1911 cook domestic @ 19 b Slapton ^ Tower, Start House, Slapton (Elizabeth MITHELMORE); head: Constance TUCKER, private means

1939 @ 48 ^ Paignton (Elizabeth A A)

d 1968.1 Newton Abbot @ 76 (Elizabeth A A)

d 13Mar1968 @ 76; bur Slapton (Ann Amelia)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1891, William and his brother John and their families were both living near their widowed mother Joanna.


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0036

head  John MITCHELMORE

b 1853.2 Kingsbridge

chr 25Dec1853 Slapton

1861 scholar @ 7 b Slapton ^ Slapton with parents

1871 farm servant @ 16 b Slapton ^ Higher Coltscombe Farm, Slapton; head: William BASTARD, farmer

m 1877.2 Kingsbridge

m 12May1877 Slapton: John MITCHELMORE, labourer @ 23 ^ Slapton, father William MITCHELMORE, labourer; Emma Maria MUGFORD @ 19 ^ Slapton, father Richard MUGFORD, labourer; witness William MUGFORD

1878-1891 labourer ^ Slapton

1881 agricultural labourer @ 27 b Slapton ^ Slapton Village

1891 farm labourer @ 37 b Slapton ^ Oak Hill, Slapton

1901 agricultural labourer @ 47 b Slapton ^ Village, Slapton

1911 agricultural farm labourer @ 58 b Slapton ^ Slapton

d 1912.3 Kingsbridge @ 59

d 16Sep1912 Slapton @ 59: committed suicide by cutting his throat, had been ill for 5 months and was worried about being able to obtain work when he recovered UK newspaper announcements

d 16Sep1912 @ 59; bur Slapton. Named on same memorial: his wife Emma and sons William and John

bur 30Sep1912 Slapton @ 59

sp      Emma Maria MUGFORD

(b 1858) Frogmore, Stokenham

m 1877.2 Kingsbridge

m 12May1877 Slapton

1881 @ 23 b Frogmore ^ Slapton Village (Emma)

1891 @ 34 b Stokenham ^ Slapton

1901 @ 44 b Stokenham ^ Village, Slapton (Emma M)

1911 monthly nurse @ 53 b Stokenham ^ Slapton (Emma)

d 1946.1 Kingsbridge @ 88

d 12Jan1945 @ 88; bur Slapton

dau    Katherine Louise MITCHELMORE

b 1878.2 Kingsbridge

b 9May1878 Slapton UK life events

chr 9Jun1878 Slapton (Caroline Louise)

1881 @ 2 b Slapton ^ Slapton Village with parents (Caroline)

19Jun1882 admitted to Slapton County Primary School, left 20Jun1890 (Katharine) UK life events

1891 @ 12 b Slapton ^ Oak Hill, Slapton with grandmother Johanna (Katherine)

m 1898.4 Kingsbridge, Henry WILLS

m 22Dec1898 Slapton: John Henry WILLS, farm bailiff @ 26 ^ Ilsington, father George WILLS, farmer; Katherine Louise MITCHELMORE @ 20 ^ Slapton, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer; witness [sister] Gertrude Sarah MITCHELMORE

1901 @22 b Slapton ^ Slapton with husband and sister Edith

son    William George MITCHELMORE

b 1879.4 Kingsbridge

b 27Apr1879 Slapton Royal Navy records UK life events

chr 7Nov1879 Slapton

1881 @ 1 b Slapton ^ Slapton Village with parents (William)

9Oct1882 admitted to Slapton County Primary School, left 25Sep1891 (Wm Geo) UK life events

1891 @ 11 b Slapton ^ Oak Hill, Slapton with parents

26Mar1897 seaman @ 19: arrived Plymouth aboard Insmore  from Las Palmas (?) UK shipping & migration

20Mar1902 leading stoker 1st class 147513, HMS Niobe: awarded Queen's & King's South Africa Medals (Wm) Royal Navy records

22Apr1905 petty officer 2nd class 184164, HMS Highflyer: awarded clasp to Africa General Service Medal for service in Somaliland 1902-1904 (W G) Royal Navy records

22Jan1909 departed London aboard Orontes for Sydney NSW (W G) UK shipping & migration

5Mar1909 RN: arrived at Sydney NSW aboard Orontes from London (W J) Australian shipping records

20Feb1913 departed Sydney aboard Afric for Liverpool (W G) Australian shipping records

20Apr1913 naval petty officer @ 34: arrived Plymouth aboard Afric from Sydney (Wm G) UK shipping & migration

1914-1918 chief petty officer, HMS Royal Sovereign Royal Navy records

1919 chief petty officer 184164: awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (Wm G) Royal Navy records

1939 @ 60 ^ Kingsbridge (William G)

d 1950.4 Kingsbridge @ 71

d 18Nov1950 Slapton @ 71 ^ Arch Cottage UK newspaper announcements

bur 21Nov1950 Slapton UK newspaper announcements

d 18Nov1950 @ 71; bur Slapton

dau    Gertrude Sarah MITCHELMORE

b 1883.1 Kingsbridge

chr 10Dec1882 Slapton

5Apr1886 admitted to Slapton County Primary School (Gertrude) UK life events

1891 @ 8 b Slapton ^ Oak Hill, Slapton with parents (Gertrude)

1901 general servant domestic @ 18 ^ 7 Carlton Terrace, Victoria Road, Dartmouth (Gertrude S); head: George JARVIS

m 1903.4 Kingsbridge

m 19Dec1903 Slapton: John William James HEAD, labourer @ 22 ^ Slapton, father [blank]; Gertrude Sarah MITCHELMORE @ 21 ^ Slapton, father John MITCHELMORE; witnesses [brother] William George MITCHELMORE

dau    Thirza Maud Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1885.4 Kingsbridge (Thirza Maud M)

b 25Sep1885 Slapton UK life events

chr 1Nov1885 Slapton

1888 admitted to Slapton County Primary School (Maud Mary) UK life events

1891 @ 5 b Slapton ^ Oak Hill, Slapton with father (Maud)

1901 general servant domestic @ 15 b Slapton ^ Village, Slapton with parents (Maud)

m 1903.2 Kingsbridge (Thirza Maud M)

m 27Jun1903 Slapton: Robert Sydney ROPER, labourer @ 23 ^ Slapton, father Robert ROPER, labourer; Thirza Maud Mary MITCHELMORE @ 18 ^ Slapton, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer; witness [brother-in-law] John Henry WILLS

dau    Edith Marian MITCHELMORE

b 1891.2 Kingsbridge

b 3Apr1891

chr 17May1891 Slapton (Edith Miriam)

1894 admitted to Slapton County Primary School (Edith Marion) UK life events

1901 @ 9 b Slapton ^ Slapton with sister Katherine and her husband (Edith)

1911 domestic servant @ 20 b Slapton ^ Slapton with parents (Edith)

d Sep1990 Newton Abbot

son    Clarence Wilfred MITCHELMORE

b 1894.4 Kingsbridge

son    John Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1900.1 Kingsbridge

b 3Feb1900 Slapton UK life events

chr 25Mar1900 Slapton

1901 @ 1 b Slapton ^ Village, Slapton with parents (John)

1903 admitted to Slapton County Primary School UK life events

1911 scholar @ 11 b Slapton ^ Slapton (John)

1914-1918 served in Royal Navy (John H) Royal Navy records

d 1922.2 Kingsbridge @ 22

d 26Jun1922 @ 22; bur Slapton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1891, John and his brother William and their families were both living near their widowed mother Joanna.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wilfred [Tree 11] was also awarded the Somaliland clasp but served on a different ship.

 

The Orontes, a passenger ship, was carrying a large number of RN personnel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A photograph of the WW1 Roll of Honour in Slapton Parish Church, with William's name listed, is available here .


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0947

head  Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1856.4 East Stonehouse (MITCHMOOR)

b 18Jan1857 East Stonehouse Royal Navy records

1861 scholar @ 4 b East Stonehouse ^ 6 Wellington Cottages, East Stonehouse with parents

1871 servant @ 14 b Stonehouse ^ Winner Street, Paignton (MICHELMORE); head: George PALK

1872 entry to Royal Navy, No. 59017 Royal Navy records

12Oct1883 Able Seaman, HMS Thalia: awarded Egypt Medal 1882 (E) Royal Navy records

1885-86 ^ 4 James Street, Devonport & Stonehouse (MUCHMORE) Early UK population returns

m1 1887.4 St Saviour

m1 29Oct1887 St Mary, Southwark: Edward MITCHELMORE, mariner @ 31 ^ 1 Odell Street, Camberwell, father Edward MITCHELMORE, care? taker;  Jane NASH, widow @ 36 ^ 1 Odell Street, Camberwell, father John Henry CARTER, gate keeper; witness John Henry CARTER

1891 ships corporal RN @ 34 b Stonehouse ^ 23 Clowance Street, Stoke Damerel

m2 1896.2 St Saviour

m2 30May1896 St Mary, Southwark: Edward MITCHELMORE, commissionaire @ 39, widower ^ 68 Albany Road, Old Kent Road; father Edward MITCHELMORE, pensioner; Susan HEARD @ 29 ^ 68 Albany Road, father John HEARD, deceased; witness [sister] Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

1897 ^ Paignton UK life events

1901 commisionaire port @ 44 b Stonehouse ^ Fulham

1903-1905 commissionaire ^ 50 Oakbury Road, Fulham

1911 naval pensioner, attendant at British Museum @ 54 b Stonehouse ^ 54 Beltran Road, Fulham

d 1924.4 Fulham @ 68

sp1    Jane CARTER

b 1851.1 Marylebone

m1 1872.4 St Saviour, John Henry NASH

1881 @ 31 b Bethnal Green ^ 19 Princes Count, Bethnal Green

m2 1887.4 St Saviour, MITCHELMORE

m2 29Oct1887 St Mary, Southwark

1891 @ 29 [sic] b Marylebone ^ 23 Clowance Street, Stoke Damerel

d 1891.4 Camberwell @ 40

bur 14Nov1891 Camberwell Old Cemetery, Southwark

son    Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1889.1 St Olave

sp2    Susan HEARD

(b 1867) Bow, Devon

m 1896.2 St Saviour

m 30May1896 St Mary, Southwark

1901 @ 33 b Bow ^ Fulham

1911 @ 43 b Aller Farm ^ 54 Beltran Road, Fulham

1939 @ 72 ^ Fulham

d 1952.1 Fulham @ 84

dau     Winifred Susan MITCHELMORE

b 1903.3 Fulham

chr 6Sep1903 St Matthew, Fulham

1911 @ 7 b Fulham ^ 54 Beltran Road, Fulham with parents (Winnifred Swan)

m 1928.3 Chelsea, Alfred G F BURBIDGE-KING (Winifred S)

dau     Catherine MITCHELMORE

b 1905.4 Fulham

chr 20Dec1905 St Matthew, Fulham (Catharine)

1911 @ 5 b Fulham ^ 54 Beltran Road, Fulham with parents

m 1934.3 Fulham, Donald W TULLOCH


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0570

head  William MITCHELMORE

b 1861.4 East Stonehouse

b 25Nov1861 Stonehouse UK life events

1871 @ 9 b Stonehouse ^ Luthea Villa, Brixham with parents

1875 admitted to Paignton National School (Wm) UK life events

1881 gardener @ 18 b Stonehouse ^ 2 Oldway Road, Paignton with parents

1889 gardener: worked in Roundham Fields, Occombe, Marldon (MICHELMORE) UK life events

1891 gardener @ 29 b Stonehouse ^ 15 High Park Terrace, Paignton, boarding with John RADCLIFFE, painter

m 1895.3 Totnes

m 5Aug1895 St John, Paignton: William MITCHELMORE, gardener @ 34 ^ Paignton, father Edward MITCHELMORE, army pensioner; Caroline Sophia TURNER @ 30 ^ Paignton, father John TURNER (dec), master mariner; witness Robert Prout TURNER

1901 gardener @ 39 b Plymouth ^ 14 Roundham Corner, Paignton. Also in household: mother-in-law Anne TURNER

1911 jobbing gardener @ 50 b Flushing, Cornwall ^ 15 Lydwell Terrace, Paignton

1932 ^ 34 Climsland Road, Paignton UK wills & probates

1939 @ 78 ^ Paignton

d 1940.2 Totnes @ 78

d 10May1940 Chakrata, Addison Road, Paignton: probate granted 16May1940 London to James Percival WILSON, decorator, and Beatrice WILSON (wife of said J P WILSON), estate £358 10s 0d UK wills & probates

sp      Caroline Sophia TURNER

(b 1864) Torre

m 1895.3 Totnes

m 5Aug1895 St John, Paignton

1901 @ 36 b Torre ^ 14 Roundham Corner, Paignton (Caroline S)

1911 @ 46 b Torre ^ 15 Lydwell Terrace, Paignton

d 1932.1 Totnes @ 67 (Caroline R)

d 17Mar1932 34 Climsland Road, Paignton: wife of William MITCHELMORE; probate granted 26Apr1932 London to the said William MITCHELMORE, gardener, estate £449 19s 8d UK wills & probates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1911, William and his family were living in the same terrace as Sidney [Tree 02] and his family.

 

In relation to average earnings, William's estate would have been equivalent to about £50,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Caroline's estate would have been equivalent to about £80,000 today.


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 2321

head  George MITCHELMORE

b 1868.2 East Stonehouse

b 22Apr1868 UK life events

chr 3May1868 East Stonehouse

1871 @ 2 b Stonehouse ^ Luthea Villa, Brixham with parents

1875 admitted to Paignton National School UK life events

1881 scholar @ 12 b Plymouth ^ Slapton village, boarding with his uncle William

1891 plumber @ 22 b Plymouth ^ 3 Farndale Road, Forest Gate, West Ham, lodger

m 1900.3 Fulham

m 25Aug1900 St Mary, Stamford Brook: George MITCHELMORE, plumber @ 32 ^ 6 Station Road, father Edward MITCHELMORE, naval pensioner; Thirza SHEARS @ 27 ^ 13 Greenside Road, father George SHEARS, carpenter; witnesses George & Louisa SHEARS

1901 plumber @ 32 b Stonehouse ^ Hammersmith

1902 plumber ^ 67 Godolphin Road, Hammersmith

1911 plumber @ 42 b Plymouth ^ 22 Station Road, Hammersmith

d 1947.2 Hammersmith @ 78

sp      Thirza SHEARS

(b 1874) St Pancras

m 1900.3 Fulham

m 25Aug1900 St Mary, Stamford Brook

1901 @ 27 b St Pancras ^ Hammersmith

1911 @ 37 b Hampstead ^ 22 Station Road, Hammersmith

d 1944.1 Hammersmith @ 70

dau     Violet Thirza MITCHELMORE

b 1902.1 Fulham

b Feb1902

chr 30Mar1902 St Thomas, Hammersmith

1911 school @ 9 b Shepherds Bush ^ 22 Station Road, Hammersmith (Violet)

m 1926.3 Hammersmith, Arthur A HERRIDGE

son     George Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1907.3 Fulham


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0427

head  John MITCHELMORE

b 1864.1 Newton Abbot

b 28Feb1864

chr 20Mar1864 Marldon

1971 @ 7 b Ipplepen ^ Marldon (MICH CHICONE)

1881 domestic servant @ 17 b Marldon ^ Stanley Villa , Paignton

m 1886.4 Totnes

1888, 1889 labourer ^ Fore Street, Totnes

1891 agricultural labourer @ 27 b Marldon ^ Ackrells Hill , Littlehempston

1891-1896 labourer ^ Ackrell's Hill, Littlehempston village

1901 labourer in cider store @ 37 b Marldon ^ Littlehempston (MIDDLEMORE)

1911 labourer, cider merchant @ 47 b Marldon ^ Ackrells Hill , Littlehempston (MITHCHELMORE)

d 1919.4 Totnes @ 55

d Nov1919 Littlehempstone ^ Ackrell's Hill, Littlehempston: labourer at Buckyette Farm, found hanging in a linhay by his wife UK newspaper announcements

sp      Emily TUCKER

(b 1863) Totnes

m 1886.4 Totnes

1891 @ 28 b Totnes ^ Ackrells Hill , Littlehempston

1901 @ 38 b Totnes ^ Littlehempston (MIDDLEMORE)

1911 @ 48 b Totnes ^  Ackrells Hill , Littlehempston (MITHCHELMORE)

1939 @ 77 ^ Totnes

d 1951.3 Totnes @ 88

dau    Susan Annie MITCHELMORE

b 1887.4 Totnes [twin]

chr 28Mar1888 Totnes

1891 @ 3 b Totnes ^ Ackrells Hill , Littlehempston

1911 domestic  servant, cook @ 23 b Totnes ^ Atherfield, Cleveland Road , Paignton (Susan Anne); head: William ALLEN, lieutenant colonel retired

?1939 @ 55 ^ Brixham with Edwin [Tree 19] (Susan)

?d 1962.1 Totnes @ 77 (Susan A)

?d 1962.4 Totnes @ 77 (Susan A)

son    John MITCHELMORE

b 1887.4 Totnes [twin]

d 1887.3 Totnes @ 0

dau    Clara Ida MITCHELMORE

b 1889.2 Totnes

b 21Apr1889

chr 26Jun1889 Totnes

1891 @ 1 b Totnes ^ Ackrells Hill , Littlehempston

1901 @ 11 b Totnes ^ Littlehempston (Clara Eda MIDDLEMORE)

d 1906.1 Totnes @ 16

bur 2Feb1906 Littlehempston @ 16

dau     Alice MITCHELMORE

b 1891.2 Totnes

b 14Apr1891

chr 19Jul1891 Littlehempston

1901 attending school @ 9 b 38 b Littlehempston ^ Littlehempston (MIDDLEMORE)

1911 house maid domestic @ 19 b Littlehempston ^ Atherfield, Cleveland Road , Paignton; head: William ALLEN, lieutenant colonel retired

m1 1926.4 Totnes, Amos J H ZANA

m2 1950.2 Totnes, Albert HANNAFORD

d 1970.4 Newton Abbot

dau    Ella MITCHELMORE

b 1893.2 Totnes

chr 18Jun1893 Littlehempston

d 1894.2 Totnes @ 1 (MICHELMORE)

bur 6May1894 Littlehempston @ 12 mo

dau     Lily MITCHELMORE

b 1894.4 Totnes

chr 19May1895 Littlehempston

1901 attending school @ 6 b Littlehempstone ^ Littlehempston (Lilly MIDDLEMORE)

1911 assisting in house work @ 18 b Littlehempston ^ Ackrell's Hill, Littlehempston with parents (MITHCHELMORE)

d 1924.4 Totnes @ 30

dau     Jessie MITCHELMORE

b 6Jul1896

b 1896.3 Totnes

chr 16Aug1896 Littlehempston

1901 attending school @ 4 b Littlehempstone ^ Littlehempston (Lilly MIDDLEMORE)

1911 general domestic servant @ 14 b Littlehempstone ^ 10 Fore Street, Totnes (Jenie); head: Harold TUCKER, director in grocery and confectionery private company

1939 @ 43 ^ Totnes with mother

d 1979.4 Newton Abbot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1911, Susan and her sister Alice were servants in the same household.

 

 

 

 

John's birth was registered after his death; perhaps the parents registered the death immediately after it occurred and forgot to register the birth. There was apparently no time for a baptism.


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0369

head  George MITCHELMORE

b 1866.1 Totnes

chr 29Apr1866 Marldon

1871 @ 5 b Marldon ^ Marldon (MICH CHICONE)

1881 farm servant @ 15 b Marldon ^ Stanton Barton , Marldon; head: George MORTIMER, farmer

m 1889.4 Totnes

m 29Dec1889 Brixham All Saints: George MITCHELMORE, fisherman @ 23 ^ Lower Brixham, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer; Louisa Ellen EALES @ 21 ^ Lower Brixham, father William Henry EALES, quarry man; witnesses William Henry EALES and Jane MITCHELMORE

31Dec1889 trawler @ 23: charged with an offence against William DART UK legal documents

1891 fisherman @ 25 b Marldon ^ 7 Skinner's Steps, Brixham

1893 b 1866 Brixham: second hand on the Brixham trawler Gleaner UK shipping & migration

1898 b 1868 Marldon: second hand, Satanita of Brixham, trawling in the English Channel; previously sailed on Leader (MITHCHELMORE) UK shipping & migration

28Apr1900 @ 34 b Devon ^ 1 Rock Terrace, Brixham: able seaman, yacht Sea Belle; sailed from Dartmouth, cruised around coast of UK and Europe, returned Dartmouth 13 Oct 1900; previously sailed on Lizzie of Brixham

1901 merchant seaman @ 35 b Marldon ^ 1 Rock Terrace, Brixham (MITCHELMOOR)

1904 ^ 16 Pasby Street East, Devonport UK life events

1907 -1925 master and part owner with his daughter of the Brixham trawler Clarissa UK shipping & migration

1911 fisherman @ 45 b Marldon ^ 69 Mount Pleasant Road, Brixham

1913 b 1866 Marldon ^ 4 Windmill Hill, Brixham: master and owner, Clarissa Brixham, trawling in the English Channel UK shipping & migration

1939 @ 73 ^ Plymouth (MICHELMORE)

d 1942.2 Totnes @ 76

d 10Apr1942 5 Knapp Park Road, Paignton: probate granted 18Jul1942 Llandudno to Louisa Ellen MITCHELMORE, widow, and [daughter] Louisa Ellen ANDREWS (wife of Silas Henry ANDREWS), estate £355 0s 0d UK wills & probates

sp      Louisa Ellen EALES

(b 1870) Paignton

m 1889.4 Totnes

m 29Dec1889 Brixham All Saints

1891 @ 20 b Paignton ^ 7 Skinner's Steps, Brixham (Louisa E)

1901 @ 31 b Paignton ^ 1 Rock Terrace, Brixham (Louisa E MITCHELMOOR)

1907-1925 part owner with her father of the Brixham trawler Clarissa (Louisa Hellen) UK shipping & migration

1911 @ 42 b Paignton ^ 69 Mount Pleasant Road, Brixham

1939 @ 70 ^ Plymouth (Louisa E MICHELMORE)

1942 ^ 5 Knapp Park Road, Paignton UK wills & probates

d 1947.2 Plymouth @ 78 (Louisa E)

dau    Louisa Ellen MITCHELMORE

b 1892.4 Totnes

b 19Oct1892

chr 25Nov1892 Brixham All Saints

1899 admitted to Brixham National School (Louisa) UK life events

1901 @ 8 b Brixham ^ 1 Rock Terrace, Brixham with parents (Louisa E MITCHELMOOR)

5Sep1904 admitted to Ford Board School, Devonport (Louisa) UK life events

1911 drapers assistant @ 18 b Brixham ^ 69 Mount Pleasant Road, Brixham with parents

m 1914.4 Totnes, Silas H ANDREWS (Louisa E)

m 26Dec1914 Brixham All Saints: Silas Henry ANDREWS, stonemason @ 23 ^ Christ Church, Plymouth, father Samuel ANDREWS, stonemason; Louisa Ellen MITCHELMORE @ 22, father George MITCHELMORE, fisherman; witness George MITCHELMORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Witness Jane MITCHELMORE to George's wedding may have been his sister Elizabeth Jane. She also witnessed the marriage of George's sister Emma in 1894.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, George's estate would have been equivalent to about £45,000 today.


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0426

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1874.3 Totnes

b 29Jul1874

chr 6Sep1874 Marldon

1881 scholar @ 8 b Marldon ^ Church House Inn, Marldon with parents (William H MICHELMORE)

1891 farm servant @ 16 b Totnes ^ Wildwood, Berry Pomeroy (William MICHELMORE); head: John YEO, farmer

m 1900.3 Newton Abbot

m 6Aug1900 Bovey Tracey: William Henry MITCHELMORE, butcher @ 26 ^ 2 Primley Cottages, Paignton, father Richard MITCHELMORE, labourer; Margaret Sarah BUCK @ 25 ^ Pludda, father Garrett BUCK, coachman

1901 journeyman butcher @ 26 b Marldon ^ Paignton (William H MICHELMORE)

1905 drayman ^ Paignton

1911 general labourer @ 36 b Marldon, Paignton ^ 33 Church Street, Paignton (William)

?1919 ^ Lower Yalberton, Collaton St Mary (Wm) UK street & trade directories

sp      Margaret Sarah BUCK

(b 1875) Brixham

m 1900.3 Newton Abbot

m 6Aug1900 Bovey Tracey

1901 @ 25 b Berry Head, Brixham ^ Paignton

1911 apartment house @ 35 b Brixham ^ 33 Church Street, Paignton (Margaret)

1939 @ 64 ^ Newton Abbot (Margaret S)

d 1957.3 Newton Abbot @ 81 (Margaret S)

son     Eric Wilfred Harold MITCHELMORE

b 1905.2 Totnes


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0905

head  Alfred Thomas MICHELMORE

b 1877.3 Totnes

b 9Jun1878

chr 24Jun1878 Marldon (MITCHELMORE)

1881 scholar @ 3 b Marldon ^ Church House Inn, Marldon with parents (Albert T)

1891 servant agricultural labourer @ 14 b Marldon ^ Hazelwood, Marldon (Alfred MITCHELMORE); head: John BAKER, farmer

14Apr1902 able seaman 189067, HMS Aurora: awarded China Medal 1900 for service during the Boxer Rebellion (A T) Royal Navy records

m 23Dec1902 Castletown, Isle of Man, DUKE personal communication

1905 sailor RN ^ Marldon

1906 RN ^ 15 Nuneham Terrace, Paignton

1908 RN ^ 3 Princes Cottages, Paignton

1911 @ 32 b Paignton ^ a military establishment, Saltash , Cornwall (Alfred MITCHELMORE)

10Sep1919 pensioned Petty Officer 189067, HMS Pembroke: awarded Silver War Badge (A) Royal Navy records

1919 awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (Arthur T) Royal Navy records

listed on Roll of Honour, Royal British Legion Hall, Queen Street, Castletown, Isle of Man Royal Navy records

bur 28Jan1939 Malew , Isle of Man @ 61

sp      Catherine Elizabeth DUKE

b 1874 Castletown, Isle of Man personal communication

m 23Dec1902 Castletown personal communication

1911 pork butcher @ 37 b Castletown ^ 12 Bridge Street, Castletown (Catherine)

bur 31Oct1958 Malew @ 51

son    Richard MITCHELMORE

b 1905.4 Totnes

dau    Edith Muriel MITCHELMORE

b 1906.4 Totnes

b 21Oct1906

chr 27Jan1907 Paignton

1911 @ 4 b Devon ^ 12 Bridge Street, Castletown with mother (Edith)

son    Willie MITCHELMORE

b 1908.4 Totnes

b 25Sep1908

chr 7Nov1908 Paignton

d 1908.4 Totnes @ 0

dau    Eileen MITCHELMORE

b May1913 Isle of Man personal communication

bur 11Aug1915 Isle of Man @ 2 yr 3 mo


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0560

head  Fred MITCHELMORE

b 1881.4 Totnes

b 5Nov1881 Marldon

chr 25Dec1881 Marldon

1891 scholar @ 9 b Marldon ^ Stantor, Marldon with mother and stepfather

1901 farm labourer @ 19 b Marldon ^ Millman's Farm, Marldon

m 1906.1 Totnes

m 10Feb1906 St John, Paignton: Fred MITCHELMORE, farm labourer @ 24 ^ Parraway Cottages, Yalberton, father John MITCHELMORE (dec.), farm labourer; Maud Mary FRIEND @ 24 ^ Goodrington, father William Prowse FRIEND, farm labourer; witness F G FRIEND

1907-1913 farm labourer ^ Goodrington

1911 agricultural labourer on farm @ 29 b Marldon ^ Goodrington Village, Paignton [next door to Grange Farm]

1939 @ 6 [sic] ^ Paignton

d 1940.1 Totnes @ 58

d 4Feb1940 Paignton personal communication

sp      Maud Mary FRIEND

(b 1882) Blagdon, Devon

m 1906.1 Totnes

m 10Feb1906 St John, Paignton

1911 @ 29 b Blagdon ^ Goodrington Village, Paignton

1939 @ 58 ^ Paignton

d 1961.1 Newton Abbot @ 79 (Maud M)

d 27Jan1961 Paignton personal communication

dau     Winifred Maud MITCHELMORE

b 1907.3 Totnes

b 16Jul1907 Paignton

chr 20Sep1907 Paignton

1911 @ 3 b Goodrington ^ Goodrington Village, Paignton with parents

1914 admitted to Paignton National School (Winnie) UK life events

m 1930.4 Totnes, Herbert W ADAMS

m 193x, Herbert William ADAMS personal communication

son     William John MITCHELMORE

b 1909.2 Totnes

son     Edgar Fred MITCHELMORE

b 1911.1 Totnes (Edgar F)

son    Maurice George MITCHELMORE

b 1913.3 Totnes

son    Robert Friend MITCHELMORE

b 1918.2 Totnes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winifred's wedding

Winifred's wedding

It was Herbert ADAM's second marriage. A daughter by his first marriage married Winifred's brother Edgar. personal communication


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 2271

head  Frederick Robert MITCHELMORE

b 1875.1 Totnes

b 16Feb1875 Paignton

chr 7Mar1875 Paignton (Frederic Robert)

1May1875 vaccinated against smallpox UK life events

1881 scholar @ 5 b Paignton ^ Kirkham Street, Paignton with parents (Frederick R)

1Mar1882 ^ Kirkham Street: admitted to Paignton National School (Fredk) UK life events

1891 gardener @ 16 b Paignton ^ Mill Lane, Local Board Cottage No 2, Paignton with parents (Frederick R)

m 1898.2 Totnes

m 11Jun1898 St John, Paignton: Frederick Robert MITCHELMORE, gardener @ 23 ^ Meand ? Terrace, Paignton, father Robert MITCHELMORE, carter; Florence Harriett WESTAWAY @ 20 ^ 8 Palace Avenue, Paignton, father James WESTAWAY, farm labourer; witness Beatrice WESTAWAY

1900-1906 gardener ^ Paignton

1901 gardener @ 26 b Paignton ^ Alma Terrace, Paignton (Fred R)

1911 gardener domestic @ 36 b Paignton ^ 5 Prospect Terrace, Colley End, Paignton

1918 ^ 1 Norton Street, Paignton Royal Air Force records

d 1926.4 Totnes @ 51

sp      Florence Harriett WESTAWAY

(b 1877) Totnes

m1 1898.2 Totnes, MITCHELMORE

m1 11Jun1898 St John, Paignton

1901 @ 23 b Totnes ^ Alma Terrace, Paignton (Florence H)

1911 house wife @ 33 b Littlehempston ^ 5 Prospect Terrace, Colley End, Paignton

m2 1929.2 Totnes, William H PROWSE (Florence H)

son    Frederick Rupert MITCHELMORE

b 1900.4 Totnes

dau     Florence May MITCHELMORE

b 1904.2 Totnes

b 30May1904 Paignton

chr 26Jun1904 Paignton

1911 @ 6 b Paignton ^ 5 Prospect Terrace, Colley End, Paignton with parents

1913 admitted to Paignton National School (Flor May) UK life events

m 1927.2 Totnes, Lewis W MITCHELL (Florence M)

dau     Madeline Louise MITCHELMORE

b 1906.1 Totnes

b 31Dec1905 Paignton

chr 19Jan1906 Paignton

1911 @ 5 b Paignton ^ 5 Prospect Terrace, Colley End, Paignton with parents (Madline Louise)

1913 admitted to Brixham National School (Louisa) UK life events

m 1927.4 Totnes, George S GOODMAN (Madeline L)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1911, Frederick and his family were living next door to William [Tree 05] and his family.


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0862

head  Percy Alfred Grant MITCHELMORE

b 1884.2 Totnes (Percy Alfred G)

b 23Feb1884 Paignton

chr 11May1884 Paignton

1891 admitted to Paignton National School UK life events

1891 scholar @ 7 b Paignton ^ Mill Lane, Local Board Cottage No 2, Paignton with parents (Percy A G)

1901 pantry lad domestic @ 17 b Paignton ^ Esplanade Hotel, Paignton (Percy)

1911 motor driver domestic @ 27 b Paignton ^ Mill House, Paignton ^ Totnes (Percy). Also in household: his mother Sarah

m 1912.1 Totnes, LEES (Percy A G)

m 17Feb1912 Paignton: Percy Alfred Grant MITCHELMORE, chauffeur @ 27 ^ Mill House, father Robert MITCHELMORE, carter (deceased); Elizabeth Jane LEES @ 26 ^ 12 Camden Terrace, father Elijah LES, brick burner

1919 private 082480 Army Service Corps; awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (Percy A G) British Army records

1924 motor driver: administrator of sister Eliza's estate UK wills & probates

d 1960.3 Newton Abbot @ 76 (Percy Alfred George)

sp      Elizabeth Jane LEES

b 14Apr1885

m 1912.1 Totnes (Elizabeth J)

m 17Feb1912 Paignton

1939 @ 54 ^ Paignton (Elizabeth I)

d 1973.2 Devon Central

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0842

head  George Herbert MITCHELMORE

b 1890.1 Totnes

b 23Jan1890 Paignton

chr 2Feb1890 Paignton

1891 @ 1 b Paignton ^ Mill Lane, Local Board Cottage No 2, Paignton with parents (George H)

1Feb1897 admitted to Paignton National School (George) UK life events

1901 @ 11 b Paignton ^ Mill Cottages, Paignton with parents (George)

1911 house painter @ 21 b Paignton ^ Mill House, Paignton  with brother Percy (George)

m 1914.2 Bodmin (George H MICHELMORE)

d 1918.4 Totnes @ 28

sp      Gwendolen Mary SOLOMON

b 1890.3 Bodmin

m1 1914.2 Bodmin, MITCHELMORE (Gwendoline M)

m2 1922.4 Bodmin, Alfred T SKINNER (Gwendoline M)

d 1954.4 Bodmin @ 64 (Gwendolen M)

d 2Dec1954 @ 64; bur Bodmin Old Cemetery (Gwendoline Mary)

son    Leonard George MITCHELMORE

b 1916.3 Totnes (Leonard G)

b 12Jul1916

d Nov1995 Truro

 

Paignton National School has George's birth date recorded as 23Apr1889.


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0035

head  James MITCHELMORE

b 1846.2 Kingsbridge

chr 3May1846 Slapton

1851 @ 5 b Slapton ^ Slapton village with parents

1861 @ 14 b Slapton ^ Slapton village with parents

1871 carpenter @ 24 b Slapton ^ Village, Slapton with parents

m 1880.1 Camberwell

m 26Jan1880 St Giles, Camberwell: James MITCHELMORE, farmer ^ Slapton, father John MITCHELMORE, carpenter; Elizabeth Walke CROCKER ^ Warner Road, father Henry CROCKER, farmer; witness Emily Kingcombe CROCKER

1880 farmer ^ Slapton

1886 farmer ^ Poole, Slapton

1881 farmer of 45 acr @ 35 b Slapton ^ Slapton village. Also in household: his wife's parents

1889-1890 farmer ^ Pool, Slapton UK street & trade directories

1891 farmer @ 45 b Slapton ^ Poplar Farm, Ewell, Surrey

1891 farmer ^ West Ewell, Epson UK street & trade directories

d 1900.1 Guildford @ 53

sp      Elizabeth Walk CROCKER

(b 1846) Revelstoke

1851 @ 5 ^ Noss Village, Revelstoke with parents Henry and Elizabeth

m 1880.1 Camberwell (Elizabeth Walke)

m 26Jan1880 St Giles, Camberwell

1881 @ 35 b Revelstoke ^ Slapton village (Elizabeth)

1891 @ 45 b Revelstoke ^ Poplar Farm, Ewell, Surrey (Elizabeth W)

1901 farmer, widow  @ 53 b Revelstoke ^ Rectory Farm, Ockham, Surrey (MICHELMORE)

1911 household duties, widow @ 65 b Noss ^ 27 Springcopse Road, Reigate (Elizabeth T T)

d 1926.1 Reigate @ 80 (Elizabeth W)

bur 27Feb1926 Reigate @ 80 ^ 27 Springcopse Road

dau    Lilian MITCHELMORE

b 1880.4 Kingsbridge

b 15Nov1880 UK life events

chr 25Dec1880 Slapton

1884, 1887 admitted to Slapton County Primary School UK life events

1881 @ 4 mo b Slapton ^ Slapton village with parents

1891 scholar @ 10 b Slapton ^ Poplar Farm, Ewell, Surrey with parents

1901 @ 20 b Slapton ^ Rectory Farm, Ockham, Surrey with mother (MICHELMORE)

1911 @ 30 b Slapton ^ 27 Springcopse Road, Reigate with mother

1939 @ 59 ^ Twickenham

d 1957.1 Middlesex S @ 76

dau    Emily King Combe MITCHELMORE

(b 1883) Revelstoke

b 1883.1 Kingsbridge (Bertha Emily)

1901 unm, living of own means @ 19 b Revelstoke ^ Rectory Farm, Ockham, Surrey with mother (MICHELMORE)

son    Ithiel John Crocker MITCHELMORE

b 1885.2 Kingsbridge (John Crocker I)


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0428

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

chr 19Oct1859 Dartmouth St Petrox

1861 @ 1 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street Dartmouth with parents

1871 scholar @ 11 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street Dartmouth with parents

m 1880.4 Totnes

1881 butcher @ 21 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth (William A)

1881 continued late father's butchery business UK businesses

1883 owner of slaughter house in St Columb, Cornwall UK life events

1883-1897 butcher ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth UK street & trade directories

1891 butcher @ 31 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Petrox (William H)

25Aug1891 at Dartmouth Petty Sessions, fined 20s for failing to provide water for cleansing purposes at his slaughter house at Waterpool Road UK legal documents

1893 butcher ^ Dartmouth: seaman charged with obtaining 2 shillings and 3 pounds of beef from him on false pretences (MICHELMORE) UK life events

1901 butcher @ 41 b Dartmouth ^ Bayards Cove, Lower Street, Dartmouth. Also in household: his unmarried sister-in-law Gertrude CRABB

1907 ^ 25 Pentyre Tce, Plymouth, commercial traveller

1910 commercial traveller

d 1910.2 Plymouth @ 50

sp      Sarah Betsy Pellow CRABB

b 1859.3 Stoke Damerel (Sarah)

m 1880.4 Totnes (Sarah Betsy P)

1881 @ 22 b Devenport ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth (Sarah)

1891 @ 32 b Devonport ^ Lower Street, St Petrox (Sarah)

1901 @ 42 b Devonport ^ Bayards Cove, Dartmouth (Sarah)

1911 private means @ 52 b Devonport ^ 49 Bampton Street, Tiverton, Devonshire with daughter Dora

1939 @ 81 ^ Wellington, Somerset (Sarah)

d 1942.2 Plymouth @ 83 (Sarah B)

d 28Apr1942 @ 83 (Sarah Betsy) UK newspaper announcements

dau    Cecilia Eliza MITCHELMORE

b 1881.3 Totnes

b 8Jul1881

chr 4Aug1881 Dartmouth St Petrox

1891 scholar @ 9 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Petrox (Cecilia E)

1901 drapers assistant @ 19 b Dartmouth ^ Duke Street, Dartmouth; head: Richard H POUND, draper and clothier  (Cecilia E)

m 1907.4 Plymouth, Frederick James ELLIS ^ 25 Pentyre Terrace, Plymouth, father commercial traveller; Cecilia Eliza MITCHELMORE

d 1914.4 Plymouth @ 33 (Cecilia E)

dau    Kate Eleanor MITCHELMORE

b 1882.4 Totnes

b 6Aug1882

chr 10Sep1882 Dartmouth St Petrox

1891 scholar @ 8 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Petrox (Kate E)

1901 shop assistant @ 18 b Dartmouth ^ Bayards Cove, Dartmouth with parents (Kate)

m 1901.3 Totnes, Frank NEILL

1911 @ 28 ^ Devonport with husband & two children

d 1971.2 Plympton

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1884.1 Totnes

dau    Dora Louise MITCHELMORE

b 1886.1 Totnes

b 1Dec1885

chr 3Jan1886 Dartmouth St Petrox

1891 scholar @ 5 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth St Petrox (Dora L)

1901 shop assistant @ 15 b Dartmouth ^ Bayards Cove, Dartmouth with parents (Dora)

m 1910.1 Solihull, Thomas MILNER

m 16Feb1910 St Cyprian, Hay Mills, Birmingham: Thomas MILNER, draper @ 34 ^ 104 Coventry Road, Hay Mills, father Theophilus MILNER, gentleman; Dora Louise MITCHELMORE @ 24 ^ 104 Coventry Road, Hay Mills, father William Henry MITCHELMORE, commercial traveller; witness Theophilus MILNER

1911 @ 25 ^ 49 Bampton Street, Tiverton with husband & daughter. Also in household: her mother Sarah

1939 @ 44 ^ Wellington, Somerset with mother (Dora L)

d 1953.2 Chichester @ 67

dau    Annie Gertrude MITCHELMORE

b 1887.4 Totnes

b 24Aug1887

chr 26Sep1887 Dartmouth St Petrox

1891 scholar @ 3 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents (Annie G)

1901 @ 13 b Dartmouth ^ Bayards Cove, Dartmouth with parents (Annie)

m 1908.1 Plymouth, William James MEW

1911 @ 23 ^ Plymouth with husband and two children

d 15Jun1964 personal communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annie Gertrude

Annie


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 2251

head  Frederick George MITCHELMORE

b 1869.2 Totnes

b 28Dec1869 personal communication

1871 @ 2 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street Dartmouth with parents

1881 @ 11 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street Dartmouth with brother William (Frederick)

1886-1896 played rugby for Dartmouth and Devon (?/F G) UK life events

1888-1889 rowed for Dartmouth Amateur Rowing Club  (F) UK life events

1891 boarding clerk @ 21 b Dartmouth ^ Carlton Terrace, Dartmouth with mother (Frederick)

m 1893.4 Totnes

m 27Dec1893 St Petrox, Dartmouth: Frederick George MITCHELMORE, clerk @ 24 ^ St Saviour, Dartmouth, father William Henry MITCHELMORE (deceased), butcher; Mabel Augusta Mary ATHERTON @ 21 ^ St Petrox, father Thomas William ATHERTON, retired master at arms; witnesses Herbert William ATHERTON, [ brother-in-law ] Robert Thomas PILLAR; by licence

1895 licensed victualler, Dartmouth Arms ^ Bayard's Cove, Dartmouth

1897 innkeeper ^ Dartmouth Arms, Lower Street, Dartmouth (Freed Geo) UK street & trade directories

1900 landlord of the Dartmouth Arms and coal merchant

1900 ^ The Island, Dartmouth (F G) UK newspaper announcements

1900 ^ Juta, South Africa (F) South African records

1901 enlisted in Natal Mounted Rifles (F G) South African records

8Aug1901 private 24135 27th Company 7th Battalion Imperial Yeomenry: sent home from Boer War, "inefficient” British Army records

19Apr1902 private 24135, Imperial Yeomanry: wounded slightly at Kalkfontein, South Africa British Army records

1902 awarded Queen's South Africa Medal with clasp and the King's South Africa Medal with two clasps British Army records

1902 F G Mitchelmore & Co, coal merchants, North Embankment, Dartmouth UK businesses

19May1906 departed Southampton aboard Kinfauns Castle for Natal, South Africa (F G) UK shipping & migration

d 19Jul1920 Durban, South Africa ^ Dartmouth: body found on waste land near The Esplanade, no suspicion of foul play; well-known in Devon rugby football circles 20 yr ago and a keen oarsman; had been in South Africa for some years, spent a long furlough in Dartmouth a year ago UK newspaper announcements

bur Jul1920: funeral at Stellawood cemetery, Durban, attended by members of the League of Comrades UK newspaper announcements

sp      Mabel Augusta Mary ATHERTON

b 1872.4 Totnes (Mabel Augusta M)

b 10Oct1872 Dartmouth personal communication

known as Augusta personal communication

m 1893.4 Totnes

m 27Dec1893 St Petrox, Dartmouth

1901 licensed victualler @ 28 b Dartmouth ^ Bayards Cove Hill, Dartmouth

1902 innkeeper, Dartmouth Arms, Lower Street, Dartmouth (Mrs Mabel A M) UK street & trade directories

1911 housekeeper @ 38 b Dartmouth ^ 45 Treville Street, Plymouth (Mabel); head: Robert HARRIS, licensed victualler

later ^ Basingstoke with son George, then ^ Burton on Trent with son Frederick, then housekeeper ^ Leicester personal communication

1939 @ 67 ^ Oadby, Leicestershire

d 1947.2 Basingstoke @ 74

son    Frederick Atherton MITCHELMORE

b 1895.3 Totnes

son    George Deane MITCHELMORE

b 1900.1 Totnes

 

 

 

 

 

Frederick and family

Frederick and family

(taken about 1915)

 

 

Frederick is believed to have died in World War 1, but no record of his death has yet been found.

 


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0309

head  Augustus John MITCHELMORE

b 1863.2 Totnes

b 6Mar1863 Dartmouth Royal Navy records

chr 3May1863 Dartmouth St Saviour

1871 scholar @ 8 b Dartmouth ^ Little Bicton Place, Littleham with parents (Agustus)

1881 boat builder @ 18 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents (Augustus)

m 1887.2 Stoke Damerel

30May1889 enlisted as shipwright 150732 in Royal Navy for 12 yr Royal Navy records

1Jun1897 promoted to officer rank as Carpenter Royal Navy records

1900 RN carpenter: appointed to the Northampton for Cleopatra (A J) UK life events

1901 carpenter in RN UK wills & probates

1911 carpenter artisan @ 48 b Dartmouth ^ HMS Cornwallis , overseas (Augustus J MITCHLEMORE)

1Jun1912 promoted to Chief Carpenter Royal Navy records

11Aug1913-23Apr1917 working at Kowloon Dockyard, Hong Kong Royal Navy records

8Apr1915 ship's carpenter: gave evidence in theft case Hong Kong records

13Sep1918 promoted to Shipwright Lieutenant Royal Navy records

27May1919 awarded MBE Royal Navy records

30Jun1919 retired from the RN Royal Navy records

29Jul1924 shipwright lieutenant RN: awarded British War medal (A J) Royal Navy records

13Sep1926 promoted to Shipwright Lieutenant-Commander Royal Navy records

1926 lieutenant RN ^ Belcroft, Moor Green Road, Cowes: attended brother Alfred's funeral

d 1929.1 Plymouth @ 66

d 10Mar1929 Chilton Nursing Home @ 66; cause enlarged prostate, nephritis & cardiac failure; informant wife ^ 8 Beauchamp Terrace, Peverell, Plymouth

d 10Mar1929 @ 66; obituary published in the Times UK newspaper announcements

d 10Mar1929; bur Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth

d 10Mar1929 The Charleton Nursing Home, Mutley, Plymouth: ^ 8 Beauchamp Crescent, Peverell, Plymouth; probate granted 20Apr1929 London to Rosalie Emmeline MITCHELMORE, widow, estate £534 14s 1d UK wills & probates

sp      Rosalie Emmeline HODGE

b 1864.3 Totnes

1881 dressmaker @ 16 b Mansands [near Brixham] ^ Newcomin Road, Dartmouth with parents (Rosalia)

m 1887.2 Stoke Damerel (Rosalie Emmelin)

1891 "husband RN" @ 26 b Brixham ^ 40 George Street, Stoke Damerel (Rosalie)

1901 @ 36 b Mansands ^ 3 Providence Parade, Devonport

1911 @ 46 b Mansands ^ 8 Beauchamp Crescent, Devonport; Also in household: her father William HODGE

1926 ^ Belcroft, Moor Green Road, Cowes

1929 ^ 8 Beauchamp Crescent, Peverell, Plymouth UK wills & probates

1939 @ 75 ^ Plymouth (Rosalie E)

d 1946.2 Plymouth @ 82 (Rosalie E)

d 25Jun1946 Plymouth @ 82 ^ 8 Beauchamp Crescent, Peverell (Rosalie Emmaline) UK newspaper announcements

bur 28Jun1946 Efford Cemetery UK newspaper announcements

probate granted to daughter Bessie, estate £994 (R E) UK wills & probates

dau    Bessie Rosalie MITCHELMORE

b 1889.4 Stoke Damerel

b Mar1890

1891 @ 1 b Devonport ^ 40 George Street, Stoke Damerel with mother (Bessie)

1901 @ 11 b Devonport ^ 3 Providence Parade, Devonport with mother

1911 @ 21 b Devonport ^ 8 Beauchamp Crescent, Devonport with mother

1939 @ 50 ^ Plymouth with mother (Bessie R)

d 1971.3 Plymouth

d 2Sep1971 @ 81; bur Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth

d 2Sep1971 8 Beauchamp Crescent, Peverell, Plymouth: spinster UK wills & probates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Further details of Augustus's naval career are available here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Augustus's estate would have been equivalent to about £100,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Rosalie's estate would have been equivalent to about £100,000 today.


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 2177

head  William Arthur MITCHELMORE

b 1865.3 Newton Abbot

b 19May1864 Dartmouth Royal Navy records

1871 scholar @ 5 b Torquay ^ Little Bicton Place, Littleham with parents

7Sep1878 @ 13 b Dartmouth: made first sea voyage as cook aboard Catherine & Mary of Dartmouth for 15s per month; record witnessed by N MITCHELMORE (Arthur) UK shipping & migration

7Jan1886 entered Royal Navy Royal Navy records

m 1889.2 Conway (MITCHAELMORE)

m 25Jun1889 St John's Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Llandudno, Carnarvonshire: William Arthur MITCHAELMORE, mariner @ 25 ^ Gadlys House, Llandudno, father Nathaniel MICHAELMORE, painter; Elizabeth BESWICK @ 25 [sic] ^ Gadlys House, Llandudno, father Richard BESWICK, mariner; witness Margaret BESWICK

1891 unm leading stoker @ 26 b Dartmouth ^ HMS Britannia moored in Dartmouth harbour (William)

16Jan1896 discharged from Royal Navy due to shore injury Royal Navy records

1903-1905 boatswain, Orotava: made several voyages between London and Sydney NSW (A/Arthur) Australian shipping records

d 1909.4 Totnes @ 44

d 16Oct1909 Dartmouth @ 44 UK newspaper announcements

d 18Oct1909 @ 44; bur Dartmouth St Saviour at Longcross, "boatswain"

sp      Elizabeth BESWICK

b 1858.2 Prescott

1871 @ 13 b Widnes ^ 44 Widnes Road, Widnes  with parents Richard & Margaret BESWICK

1881 @ 23 b Widnes ^ 181 Price Street, Birkenhead with parents

m 1889.2 Conway

m 25Jun1889 St John's Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Llandudno

1891 married @ 33 b Widnes ^ 153 Mostyn Street, Llandudno with parents

1901 married laundress, inmate @ 44 b Widnes ^ Tranmere Workhouse, Birkenhead

d 1907.4 West Derby @ 49

bur 9Oct1907 Farnworth, Lancashire @ 49 ^ 22 Longfellow Street, Bootle

son    Enos Augustus MITCHELMORE

b 1890.3 Conway

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, John's wages would have been equivalent to about £500 a month today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Further details of William's naval career are available here.

 

William's son Enos was a deck boy on the Oratava 1905-1906

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1901, as a result of a recent change in policy concerning the children of workhouse inmates, Elizabeth's son Enos was boarded out nearby.


Tree 05

Generation 8

Family 0432

head  Charles Frederick MITCHELMORE

1867.4 Newton Abbot

b 28Dec1867 South Street, Torquay

1871 scholar @ 3 b Torquay ^ Little Bicton Place, Littleham with parents (Charles F)

1881 baker @ 14 b Torquay ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents

m 1887.4 Totnes (Charles Fredk)

m 24Nov1887 Congregational Church, Dartmouth Road, Paignton: Charles Frederick MITCHELMORE, painter @ 21 ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth, father Nathaniel MITCHELMORE, painter; Caroline Louisa TUCKER @ 23 ^ Bear's Cove, Dartmouth, father Thomas TUCKER, pilot; witness Thomas TUCKER

1889-1897 partner in father's painting firm N Mitchelmore & Son UK businesses

1891 painter @ 23 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth (Charles F)

1897 ^ Hockworthy (C F) UK life events

1900 painter, decorator, plumber and glazier ^ Newcomen Road, Dartmouth UK businesses

1901 painter etc., shop keeper @ 34 b Dartmouth ^ Newcomen Road, Dartmouth (Chas F)

1906 painter & picture frame maker ^ Newcomen Road, Dartmouth UK street & trade directories

1909-1911 painter, decorator, plumber and glazier ^ Newcomen Road, Dartmouth UK businesses

6Apr1910 made will UK wills & probates

1910-1919 picture frame maker ^ 15 Newcomin Road, Dartmouth UK street & trade directories

1911 fine art dealer and painter @ 44 b Ford ^ Newcomin Road, Dartmouth (Charles F)

d 1918.2 Totnes @ 51

d 28Apr1918 15 Newcomin Road, Dartmouth @ 51, "painter & decorator, also ran the Art Gallery" UK newspaper announcements

bur 2May1918 Dartmouth (Charles F) UK newspaper announcements

d 28Apr1918 Newcomin Road, Dartmouth: probate granted 26Aug1918 Exeter to Caroline Louisa MITCHELMORE, widow, leaves his entire estate of £448 10s 0d to his wife Caroline Louisa UK wills & probates

sp      Caroline Louise TUCKER

b 23May1865 New Road [now Victoria Road], Dartmouth

1881 ag dairymaid @ 16 b Dartmouth ^ Croter's Hill, Dartmouth; head: [grandfather] James POPE, dairyman

m 1887.4 Totnes (Caroline Louisa)

m 24Nov1887 Congregational Church, Dartmouth Road, Paignton

1891 @ 26 b Dartmouth (Catherine)

family bible with dates and times of childen's and grandchildren's births gives address as Orcana, Newcomen Road, Dartmouth personal communication

1901 "shop" @ 36 b Dartmouth ^ Newcomen Road, Dartmouth

1911 business in works of art @ 46 b Dartmouth ^ Newcomin Road, Dartmouth (Caroline L)

3May1918 thanked friends for sympathy in her recent bereavement (Mrs C) UK newspaper announcements

10May1918 gave notice that she will continue her late husband's business UK businesses

14Nov1918 son Albert 's German POW record gives her address as 15 New Common Road, Dartmouth British Army records

1923 draper ^ 15 Newcomin Road, Dartmouth (Mrs Caroline) UK street & trade directories

d 1938.1 Devon Central @ 74 (Caroline L)

d 13Feb1938 Dartmouth @ 74 ^ 19 Shoreton Valley Road, Paignton, widow of the late Chas F MITCHELMORE UK newspaper announcements

bur 17Feb1938 Longcross Cemetery, Dartmouth, "died at the house of her daughter Mrs PIKE; husband former proprietor of the Art Gallery, Newcomin Road; funeral at Preston Baptist Church" UK newspaper announcements

son    Frederick Thomas Nathaniel MITCHELMORE

b 1888.2 Totnes

son    William Charles John MITCHELMORE

b 1889.4 Totnes

son    Albert Ernest MITCHELMORE

b 1893.1 Totnes

son    Arthur Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1896.2 Totnes

dau    Ivy Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1900.1 Totnes

b 18Jan1900 Dartmouth, "at ten minutes to 11 at night" personal communication

1901 @ 1 b Dartmouth ^ Newcomen Road, Dartmouth (Ivy E)

1911 @ 11 b Dartmouth ^ Newcomin Road, Dartmouth with parents

m 1921.3 Totnes, Henry Charles Thomas PIKE

m 30Jul1921 Baptist Chapel, Dartmouth UK newspaper announcements

1938 ^ 19 Shoreton Valley Road, Paignton

d 8May1977 personal communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presumably Charles went to Hockworthy (between Tiverton and Wellington, Somerset) in search of employment. He would have returned to Dartmouth to take over his father's business after his father died in 1897. (His two elder brothers were both seamen.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A report on Charles's funeral is available here, and the full text of his will is available here. In relation to average earnings, Charles's estate would have been equivalent to about £60,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Caroline's death announcement and a funeral report are available here.


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Generation 8

Family 2132

head  Alfred Ernest MITCHELMORE

b 1875.4 Totnes

b 12Feb1876 UK life events

known as Ernie

12Feb1876 vaccinated against smallpox UK life events

1881 scholar @ 5 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents (Ernest)

1891 painter @ 15 ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents (Ernest)

m 1897.4 Totnes

1901 painter shopkeeper @ 25 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth (Ernest A)

3Jun1901 jumped into water and saved boy who had fallen overboard at Dartmouth Embankment (Ernest) UK life events

1902-1906 painter ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth UK street & trade directories

9May1903 painter @ 27: departed Southampton aboard Saxon for Natal, South Africa (E A) UK shipping & migration

Mar1904 baker @ 33: arrived Southampton aboard Galeka from Cape Town (Mr E) UK shipping & migration

10Nov1906 decorator @ 31: departed Southampton aboard St Louis for New York UK shipping & migration

18Nov1906 married decorator @ 31 b Dartmouth ^ Dartmouth: arrived New York aboard St Louis from Southampton, visiting friend J Goldstein, 247 W 117 Street, New York, first visit to USA (Ernest MICHELMORE) North American shipping & migration

15Aug1907 decorator @ 32: arrived Southampton aboard Majestic from New York (E) UK shipping & migration

1910-1914 painter ^ 10 Lower Street, Dartmouth UK street & trade directories

1921 his residence in Lower Street, Dartmouth was owned by William NEWMAN, vicar of Hockworthy, Devon UK wills & probates

1923 painter ^ 9 Fairfax Place, Dartmouth UK street & trade directories

d 1926.1 Totnes @ 50 (Alfred E)

d 22Mar1926 @ 50; husband of Mabel, father of Muriel, Emily, Valerie, Frank and Geoffrey (Ernest) UK newspaper announcements

d 22Mar1926 @ 50, collapsed and died while installing plate glass window (Ernest A) UK newspaper announcements

bur 27Mar1926 Townstall, Dartmouth (Mr E A) UK newspaper announcements

d 22Mar1926 @ 77 [sic]; bur Dartmouth St Clement

d 22Mar1926 9 Fairfax Place, Dartmouth: letter of administration granted 23Jun1926 London to Mabel Gertrude MITCHELMORE, widow, estate £802 7s 8d UK wills & probates.

1935-1939 Ernest Mitchelmore & Son still in operation UK businesses

sp      Mabel Gertrude BEADON

b 1879.4 Totnes

m 1897.4 Totnes

1901 @ 21 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth (Mabel)

10Oct1903 @ 25: departed Southampton aboard Galeka for Natal, South Africa (Mrs) UK shipping & migration

1914 shopkeeper ^ 10 Lower Street, Dartmouth (Mrs Mary) UK street & trade directories

9Apr1926 gives notice that she will continue her late husband's business of painting and house decorating under the name of E A Mitchelmore & Son UK businesses

dau    Gertrude Florence Muriel MITCHELMORE

b 1898.4 Totnes (Gertrude Florence M)

b 18Aug1898 personal communication

1901 @ 2 b Dartmouth ^ Dartmouth (Gertrude F M)

10Oct1903 departed Southampton aboard Galeka for Natal, South Africa, with parents (G) UK shipping & migration

chr 7Mar1913 Dartmouth St Saviour

26Apr1918 received Civil Service Commission certification as Post Office Telephonist, Torquay UK life events

m 1927.4 Totnes, Frederick H HAINES (Gertrude Florence)

son Norman Mitchelmore HAINES

b 1933.1 Calne (Norman M)

b 18Feb1933 personal communication

1999 awarded MBE for services to LINK in Wiltshire UK life events

d 22Aug1975 personal communication

dau    Emily Lilian Grace MITCHELMORE

b 1901.2 Totnes

b 21Feb1901

1901 @ 1 mo b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents (Emily F M)

10Oct1903 departed Southampton aboard Galeka for Natal, South Africa, with parents (E) UK shipping & migration

chr 7Mar1913 Dartmouth St Saviour (Emily Lilian Gracie)

m 1930.4 Totnes, Ernest Bertram EVANS (Emily L G)

d 1971.1 Newton Abbot (Emily Lilian G)

d 23Feb1971 personal communication

dau    Mabel Valerie Irene MITCHELMORE

b 1902.3 Totnes (Mabel Valerie I)

b 1Aug1902

known as Valerie personal communication

10Oct1903 departed Southampton aboard Galeka for Natal, South Africa, with parents (M) UK shipping & migration

chr 6Feb1913 Dartmouth St Saviour

m 1933.4 Totnes, Sidney J FERRIS

m 1Nov1933 personal communication

son    Ernest Frank Nathaniel MITCHELMORE

b 1906.3 Totnes

son    Alfred Geoffrey Beadon MITCHELMORE

b 1913.1 Totnes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click to enlarge

Ernie in 1925

 

 

 

A report on Ernie's funeral is available here.

 

In relation to average earnings, Ernie's estate would have been equivalent to about £150,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gertrude and Lilian were baptised at the same ceremony, a month after their younger siblings Mabel, Frank and Geoffrey .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mabel was baptised at the same ceremony as her brothers Frank and Geoffrey .

 


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Generation 8

Family 1912

head  James Fulford Symons MITCHELMORE

b 1873.3 Bristol

b 30Jul1873 Bristol

chr17Aug1873 Bristol St Philip & St Jacob

1881 @ 7 b Bristol ^ 25 Stanhope Street, Bristol St Philip with mother (James)

4Nov1891 labourer @ 19: arrived Liverpool aboard City of New York from New York (Jas) UK shipping & migration

5May1892 labourer @ 20: arrived Montreal QC aboard Oregon from Liverpool North American shipping & migration

1893 ^ 17 W Meniac St, Manchester NH: visited by brother William North American shipping & migration

1901 unm @ 27 b 30Jul1873 England ^ East Farnham QC; immigrated 1890, Canadian citizen (James MICHELMOR)

m1 190x

1904 farmer ^ East Farnham

1911 married farmer @ 38 b Jul1873 England ^ Savard Township, Blain, Nipissing ON (James) [no wife recorded]

m2 193x

1935 farmer ^ Hough Lake ON Other North American population surveys

1945-1953 farmer ^ RR1, Charlton ON Other North American population surveys

1957-1958 retired ^ 44 Rand Avenue East, Teck ON [now part of Lake Kirkland ON] Other North American population surveys

d before 1962

sp      Rose CLARKE

b 187x

m 190x

son    Donald MITCHELMORE

b 29Feb1904

chr 26Jun1904 Anglican Church, East Farnham

1945 farmer ^ RR1 Charlton with father and stepmother Other North American population surveys

1949-1953 labourer ^ RR1 Charlton with father and stepmother Other North American population surveys

d 1954; bur Lake Kirkland

sp2    Gertrude ??

b 1905 North American memorial inscriptions

m 193x

1935 ^ Hough Lake ON (Miss Gartrude) Other North American population surveys

1945-1953 housekeeper ^ RR1, Charlton Other North American population surveys

1957 ^ Rand Avenue, Teck (Mrs Gertrude) Other North American population surveys

1958 ^ 44 Rand Avenue East, Teck (Mrs Gertrude) Other North American population surveys

1962-1963 widow ^ 44 Rand Avenue East, Teck (Mrs Gertrude) Other North American population surveys

1972 widow ^ 104 Taylor Avenue, Lake Kirkland (Mrs Gertrude) Other North American population surveys

d 1995; bur Lake Kirkland

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

James's uncle Thomas had emigrated to Canada some time before 1891.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gertrude's memorial

Gertrude's memorial


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Generation 8

Family 1521

head  James Henry George MITCHELMORE

b 1889.1 Plymouth (James Henry)

b 27Nov1888 2 Parson Terrace, Plymouth Charles, "son of railway porter Robert Henry MITCHELMORE and Annie MITCHELMORE, formerly LIDSTONE" (James Henry)

chr 19Dec1888 Plymouth Charles

1891 @ 2 b Plymouth ^ Brixham Road, Kingswear with parents (James H)

1901 @ 12 b Plymouth ^ 6 Salisbury Road, Wolborough with parents

m1 1909.1 St Columb (James Henry)

m1 24Jan1909 St Columb Minor: James Henry George MICHELMORE @ 20 ^ Newquay, father Robert Henry, goods guard; Bessie Ethel RODDA @ 19 ^ Newquay, father Nicholas James, mason; witnesses Thomas RODDA, [sister] Elsie May MICHELMORE

1911 railway engine fireman @ 22 b Plymouth ^ 6 Mount Wise Cottages, Newquay (James Henry)

m2 1935.4 Truro, MUTTON

1939 @ 51 ^ Newquay, Cornwall (James H)

d 1980.2 St Austell

sp1    Bessie Ethel RODDA

b 1889.4 St Columb

m 1909.1 St Columb (Bernice Ethel)

m 24Jan1909 St Columb Minor

1911 @ 21 b Newquay, Cornwall ^ 6 Mount Wise Cottages, Newquay

d 1926.1 St Columb @ 36 (Bessie E)

son    Kenneth Frude MITCHELMORE

b 1911.1 St Columb

living members omitted

sp2    Annie May MUTTON

b 15May1892

m 1935.4 Truro

1939 @ 47 ^ Newquay (Annie M)

d 1980.2 St Austell


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Generation 8

Family 2115

head  Charles Hull W MITCHAMORE

b 29Oct1884 East Saginaw MI (Charles H W MITCHMORE)

m 14Oct1908 Chicago IL: Charles Hull MITCHAMORE @ 23 ^ Chicago; Anna Lucile McGEOGH @ 20 ^ Chicago

1910 worker at livery supply @ 25 b MI ^ 1230 South Harding Avenue, Chicago (Charles)

d 21Feb1917 Chicago, "age unknown" (Chas H)

sp      Anne Lucile McGEOGH

b 28Feb1888 IL

m1 14Oct1908 Chicago, MITCHAMORE

1910 @ 22 b MI ^ 1230 South Harding Avenue, Chicago

m2 26Apr1919 Chicago: Floyd Z McNABB @ 26; Anna MITCHAMORE @ 26

1930 @ 42 b IL ^ 125 N Kilbourn Avenue, Chicago (Anna L)

d 2Jun1977 Niles MI personal communication

living members omitted


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Generation 8

Family 1855

head  Joseph Curtis MITCHAMORE

b 6Mar1891 Windsor ON US military records

1910 @ 19 b MI ^ Columbus OH with aunt Bessie (Joseph)

1917-1918 insurance clerk ^ 404 West 8th Avenue, Columbus OH: registered for WW1 draft (Joseph Curt) US military records

(m 1920)

1920 bookkeeper, coal company @ 28 b Canada ^ Brown's Creek WV

1930 hardware salesman @ 47 [sic] b Canada ^ State Route No. 8, Elkhorn WV; rent $8; immigrated 1922; first married at age 37 [sic] (Joe)

1940 salesman, 3A's Auto Club @ 49 b Canada ^ US Route 52, Clark Town WV (J C)

1942 ^ Northfork WV, employer Bluefield Auto Club: registered for WW2 draft US military records

d 31Oct1975 Franklin County OH @ 84 (Joseph C)

d Oct1975 Columbus OH @ 84 (Joseph) US Social Security Death Index

d 1975; bur Union Grove Cemetery, Canal Winchester OH (Joseph C)

sp      Donna D DIBBLE

b 13Jul1894 KS US Social Security Death Index

(m 1920)

1920 @ 25 b KS ^ Brown's Creek WV (Donna)

1930 @ 36 b OH ^ State Route No. 8, Elkhorn WV; first married @ 26 (Dolly)

1940 nutritional superintendant, government school project @ 45 b KS ^ US Route 52, Clark Town WV (Donna)

1954 delegate at WV Episcopal Women's Auxiliary meeting (Mrs J C) North American life events

d 26Oct1993 Upper Arlington OH @ 99, widow

d 26Oct1993 Columbus OH @ 99 US Social Security Death Index

d 1993; bur Union Grove Cemetery, Canal Winchester

 

Joseph's memorial

 

Donna's memorial

Memorials to Joseph & Donna

 
Generation 9

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Generation 9

Family 2331

head  George Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1862.2 Totnes

b 28Apr1862 Dartmouth

chr 1Jun1862 Dartmouth St Petrox

1871 scholar @ 8 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents (George H MITCHLEMON)

1881 clerk G W Ry @ 18 b Dartmouth ^ Above Town, Dartmouth with parents

m 1888.3 Totnes

1889-1894 ^ 277 Boston Park Road, Brentford UK street & trade directories

1891 railway wagon manager @ 28 b Dartmouth ^ 27 Boston Road, Ealing, Middlesex (George H). Also in household: cousin Mabel

1897-1901 mercantile manager ^ Rose Dene, Boston Road, Brentford

1899-1901 ^ 79 Boston Road, Brentford UK street & trade directories

1901 bank manager @ 38 b Dartmouth ^ 79 Boston Road, Old Brentford (George H)

1907 ^ 12 Woodville Road, Ealing (Geo Hy) UK street & trade directories

1911 ^ 4 Woodfield Road, Ealing (Geo Hy) UK street & trade directories

1911 coal factor, visitor @ 48 b Dartmouth ^ Bakewell Union Workhouse, Bakewell, Derbyshire

d 1926.1 Newton Abbot @ 62 (George M)

d 15Jan1926 Torquay @ 62; funeral held 19Jan1926 at Torre Parish Church UK newspaper announcements

d 19Jan1926; bur Kingswear @ 62

d 15Jan1926 Trinity Nursing Home, Torquay: ^ Fulton, Furze Platt, Maidenhead; probate granted 25Mar1926 to Elizabeth Jane MITCHELMORE, widow, estate £12,379 8s 0d UK wills & probates

sp      Elizabeth Jane LEWIS

(b 1865) VIC

m 1888.3 Totnes

1891 @ 25 b Victoria, Australia ^ 27 Boston Road, Ealing, Middlesex (Lizzie)

1901 @ 35 b Sebastopol VIC [near Ballarat] ^ 79 Boston Road, Old Brentford (Ellen J)

1911 ^ 52 Western Road, Ealing (Mrs MITCHELMORE) UK street & trade directories

1911 visitor, resident of Australia @ 45 b Victoria ^ Bakewell Union Workhouse, Bakewell, Derbyshire

d 1942.4 Totnes (Elizabeth J)

d 7Nov1942 30 Oyster Bend, Three Beaches, Paignton: widow; probate granted 4Feb1943 Llandudno to [son] Lionel George MITCHELMORE, company manager, [son] David Oswald MITCHELMORE, major HM Army, and Herbert Oswald WRIGHT, retired company official, estate £4,537 14s UK wills & probates

dau    Marguerite Daisy MITCHELMORE

b 1889.3 Brentford

b 5Aug1889 Brentford

chr 24Mar1901 St Laurence, New Brentford

1891 @ 1 b Brentford ^ 27 Boston Road, Ealing, Middlesex (Daisy)

1901 @ 11 b Brentford ^ 79 Boston Road, Old Brentford with parents (Marguerite)

1911 @ 21 b Brentford ^ 4 Woodfield Road, Ealing West with siblings (Marguerite)

m 1918.1 Brentford, Cecil B LOWETH (Marguerite D)

son    Lionel George MITCHELMORE

b 1890.3 Brentford

dau    Muriel Violet MITCHELMORE

b 1891.4 Brentford

b 27Aug1891

chr 24Mar1901 St Laurence, New Brentford

1901 @ 9 b Brentford ^ 79 Boston Road, Old Brentford with parents (Muriel V)

1911 @ 19 b Brentford ^ 4 Woodfield Road, Ealing West with siblings (Marguerite)

29Apr1914 departed Liverpool aboard Victorian for Montreal QC, intending to return to England (Miss) UK shipping & migration

8May1914 unm @ 22 b England: arrived Quebec aboard Victorian from Liverpool, destination Macrorie SK, not intending to remain in Canada (Violet) North American shipping & migration

1Feb1915 @ 21: arrived Liverpool aboard Scandinavian from St John NB (Muriel) UK shipping & migration

m 1920.3 London C, Frank P SCHOFIELD

dau    Evelyn Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1893.3 Brentford

b 11Jun1893

chr 24Mar1901 St Laurence, New Brentford

1901 @ 7 b Brentford ^ 79 Boston Road, Old Brentford with parents (Evelyn E)

1911 @ 17 b Brentford ^ 4 Woodfield Road, Ealing West with siblings (Evelyn)

25Mar1917 Blandford Forum, Dorset: 3rd banns read for George Vincent KILPACK and Evelyn Elizabeth MITCHELMORE at St Saviour, Ealing

m 1917.2 Brentford, George V KILPACK (Evelyn E)

dau    Alicia Annie Perreton MITCHELMORE

b 1897.4 Brentford

b 28Oct1897

chr 24Mar1901 St Laurence, New Brentford

known as Lita

1901 @3 b Brentford ^ 79 Boston Road, Old Brentford with parents (Elisia A)

1911 @ 13 b Brentford ^ 4 Woodfield Road, Ealing West with siblings (Luisa)

m1 1919.1 Maidenhead, Leopold F COLLIN (MICHELMORE)

son John Mitchelmore COLLIN

b 192x

18May1940 cadet 132590, Royal Armoured Corps: appointed 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Tank Regiment British Army records

d 15Jun1941: 2nd lieutenant 132591, Royal Tank Regiment, RAC @ 21, son of Lita COLLIN ^ St James Wood, London; bur Halfaya Sollum War Cemetery, Egypt British Army records

d Jun1941: 2nd lieutenant, Royal Tank Regiment @ 21, only son of Mrs Lita COLLIN, 30 Oyster Bend, Paignton UK newspaper announcements

m2 1942.3 Marylebone, Arthur T THOMPSON [indexed as COLLIN and MITCHELMORE]

son    David Oswald MITCHELMORE

b 1901.4 Brentford

son    Henry Douglas MITCHELMORE

b 1904.4 Brentford

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is not known why George and Elizabeth were visiting a Derby workhouse at the time of the 1911 census. All their children were living at 4 Woodfield Road, their normal residence.

 

In relation to average earnings, George's estate would have been equivalent to about £2,000,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Elizabeth's estate would have been equivalent to about £600,000 today.

 

George and Elizabeth's five youngest children, then aged 3-11, were all baptised on the same occasion.


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Generation 9

Family 2293

head  James Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1876.1 Totnes

b 9Jan1876 Dartmouth UK life events

6May1876 vaccinated against smallpox UK life events

1881 scholar @ 5 b Dartmouth ^ 2 Nichols Road, Southampton with parents (James)

1891 portable engine driver @ 16 b Dartmouth ^ Manor Street, Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire with parents (James T)

1901 mechanical engineer @ 25 b Dartmouth ^ 7 Chapel Street, Great Berkhamstead with parents (James T)

m 1903.3 Burton

m 23Sep1903 Holy Trinity, Burton onTrent, LABAN

1911 engineer's fitter  @ 35 b Dartmouth ^ 55 Chester Road, Watford

1914 motor engineer ^ Harwoods Road & 55 Chester Road, Watford (James) UK street & trade directories

1922 engineer UK wills & probates

d 1943.4 Watford @ 66

sp      Annie Marian LABAN

(b 1870)

m 1903.3 Burton

m 23Sep1903 Holy Trinity, Burton onTrent

1911 @ 30 b Burton on Trent ^ 55 Chester Road, Watford

son    James Ivor MITCHELMORE

b 1910.2 Watford

son    Gerald Edgar MITCHELMORE

b 1911.2 Watford (Gerald E)

living members omitted


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Generation 9

Family 2401

head  Frederick Richard MITCHELMORE

b 1879.1 Southampton

1881 scholar @ 3 b Southampton ^ 2 Nichols Road, Southampton with parents (Frederick)

1891 @ 13 b Southampton ^ Manor Street, Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire with parents (Frederick R)

4Dec1891 admitted to Berkhampstead & Northchurch National School, Berkhampstead (F MICHELMORE) UK life events

1901 machinist at saw mills @ 20 b Southampton, Hampshire ^ 7 Chapel Street, Great Berkhampstead with parents (Frederick R)

m 1907.2 Berkhamstead

1911 commercial traveller @ 32 b Southampton ^ 122 Kings Avenue, Watford (Frederick). Also in household: his brother Edwin

d 1917.3 Portsmouth @ 38

sp      Beatrice Maud HARROP

chr 14Nov1886, Tring, Hertfordshire

m 1907.2 Berkhamstead (HARROPP)

1911 @ 24 b Tring ^ 122 Kings Avenue, Watford (Beatrice)

1939 @ 53 ^ Watford (Beatrice)

d 1969 personal communication

son    Frederick Mervyn MITCHELMORE

b 1909.2 Watford

son    Ronald Wilfred James MITCHELMORE

b 1917.4 Watford

living members omitted

 

Frederick & Beatrice

Frederick & Beatrice

 

 

Beatrice

Beatrice as an older woman


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0799

head  Edwin Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1880.4 Southampton

b 4Sep1880 Southampton Royal Navy records

1881 @ 7 mo b Southampton ^ 2 Nichols Road, Southampton with parents (Edwin)

1891 @ 11 b Southampton ^ Manor Street, Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire with parents

1901 machinist at saw mills @ 15 b Southampton, Hampshire ^ 7 Chapel Street, Great Berkhampstead with parents (Edwin C)

1911 foreman carpenter @ 30 b Southampton ^ 122 Kings Avenue, Watford with brother Frederick (Edwin)

RN seaman Royal Navy records

1914-1918 exempted from enlisting because of business reasons Royal Air Force records

m 1916.4 Portsmouth, BEYNON

m 7Jul1916 Milton, Portsea Royal Air Force records

30Mar1918 builder: enlisted in Royal Navy, service no. F53973 Royal Navy records

1Apr1918 builder: transferred from Royal Navy Air Service to Royal Air Force as carpenter 253859 then rigger (aero), posted to Cranwell 5Aug1918 to 26Feb1919, transferred to reserve 28Mar1919, deemed discharged 30Apr1920 Royal Air Force records

1918 corporal RAF ^ 5 Keswick Avenue, Copnor, Portsmouth: engaged in instructional duties in Lincolnshire and Cornwall; demobilised Feb 1919 (E C) Royal Air Force records

1922 merchant UK wills & probates

1925-1926 trading with brother Horace as J Mitchelmore & Sons, Lennox Road, Southsea: bankruptcy proceedings UK businesses

1939 @ 59 ^ Portsmouth with brother Horace 1736 (Edwin C MITCHELLMORE)

lived in Portsmouth until he retired about 1950, then lived with daughter Edwyna and husband until he died at Purbrook, Portsmouth in 1962 personal communication

d 1962.3 Portsmouth @ 82

sp      Beatrice M E BENYON

b 189x

m 1916.4 Portsmouth

m 7Jul1916 Milton, Portsea Royal Air Force records

1916-1917: Special War Worker ^ 15 Keswick Avenue, Copnor, Portsmouth: proceeded to France as a nursing sister, invalided home and discharged in 1917; holds General Service & Victory Medals British Army records

1918 ^ Broadclyst Esplanade, Shanklin, I of W Royal Air Force records

d 1957.4 Gosport @ 79

son    Roy Stanley MITCHELMORE

b 1918.2 Isle of Wight (Roy S)

son    Harold E MITCHELMORE

b 1920.1 Portsmouth

d 1935.3 Portsmouth @ 15

dau    Edwyna Margaret MITCHELMORE

b 1922.1 Portsmouth

b 31Jan1922 Australian shipping records

m 1941.3 Portsmouth, Raymond J JONES

1963 arrived Australia aboard Fair Sky from UK, dep 12Jul1963, travelling with husband Raymond John JONES and child, Assisted Passage Migration Scheme Australian shipping records

d 2003 Perth personal communication

 


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Generation 9

Family 1736

head  Horace Edgar MITCHELMORE

b 1886.1 Southampton

1891 @ 5 b Southampton ^ Manor Street, Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire with parents (Horace E)

14Apr1893 admitted to Berkhampstead & Northchurch National School, Berkhampstead (H) UK life events

1901 machinist at saw mills @ 15 b Southampton ^ 7 Chapel Street, Great Berkhampstead with parents (Horace E)

1911 builder manager @ 26 b Southampton ^ 2 Taswell Road, Southsea with parents (MICHELLMORE)

1919 Private 216948 Royal Engineers, 62939 Welsh Regiment: awarded British War and Victory medals (Horace E) British Army records

1922 merchant UK wills & probates

1925-1926 trading with brother Edwin as J Mitchelmore & Sons, Lennox Road, Southsea: bankruptcy proceedings UK businesses

1939 @ 54 ^ Portsmouth with brother Edwin (Horace E MITCHELLMORE)

m 1941.3 Portsmouth

d 1957.1 Portsmouth @ 71

sp      Ivy Elizabeth GOUGH

b 12Sep1891

1939 @ 48 ^ Portsmouth (Ivy E)

m 1941.3 Portsmouth

d 1972.3 Portsmouth


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Generation 9

Family 0879

head  Leonard Frank MITCHELMORE

b 1892.1 Berkhampstead (Leonard F)

b 29Dec1892 UK life events

chr 13Feb1893 Great Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire

1901 @ 9 b Southampton ^ 7 Chapel Street, Great Berkhamstead with parents (Leonard F)

1904 admittted to Beechen Grove Board School, Watford UK life events

1911 grocer's assistant   @ 20 b Berkhampstead ^ 2 Taswell Road, Southsea with parents (MICHELLMORE)

m 1914.3 Portsmouth, EASTWICK (Leonard F)

1922 shop assistant UK wills & probates

1939 @ 48 ^ Southampton (Leonard F)

sp      Alice EASTWICK

b 188x

m 1914.3 Portsmouth

1939 @ 53 ^ Southampton

dau    Muriel A MITCHELMORE

b 1918.3 Portsmouth

d 1943.1 Southampton @ 24


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Generation 9

Family 0999

head  Thomas Norman MITCHELMORE

b 1890.2 Southampton

b 28Mar1890 Southampton Royal Air Force records

1891 @ 1 b Southampton ^ 31 Derby Road, Southampton with parents (Thomas N)

1901 @ 11 ^ Willesden, Middlesex with parents

1911 mechanical engineer @ 21 b Southampton ^ 13 Poplars Avenue, Cricklewood with parents

7May1918 fitter and turner: enlisted in the Royal Air Force as fitter 165059, passed technical exam for rank of corporal 22Nov1918, transferred to reserve 2Mar1919, deemed discharged 30Apr1920 Royal Air Force records

30Mar1920 farmer @ 30: departed Liverpool aboard Scandinavian for St John NB (?) UK shipping & migration

9 Apr 1920 unm engineer b Southampton: arrived St John aboard Scandinavian from Liverpool, visiting sister Lillian in Winnipeg MB North American shipping & migration

m 1925.3 Edmonton (Thomas N)

1939 @ 49 ^ Leatherhead, Surrey (Thomas N)

d 1940.1 Surrey MidE @ 49

sp      Beatrice ALLEN

b 7Jan1886

m 1925.3 Edmonton

1939 @ 47 ^ Leatherhead

d 1969.4 Watford


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Generation 9

Family 2372

head  George William MITCHELMORE

b 1892.3 Southampton

b 29Jun1892 Southampton

1901 @ 8 ^ Willesden, Middlesex

1911 mechanical engineer @ 19 b Southampton ^ 13 Poplars Avenue, Cricklewood with parents

m 1920.3 Willesden (George W)

m 9Jul1920 Christ Church, Brondesbury: George William MITCHELMORE, motor mechanic @ 28 ^ 13 Poplars Avenue, father Thomas Leigh MITCHELMORE; Ethel Mary PHILLIPS @ 24 ^ 164 Clapton Road, father Walter PHILLIPS, builder; witnesses [sisters] Mary Louise CLOUDSDALE, Ethel Blanche CHURCHILL

d 1970.3 Brighton @ 78 (George)

sp       Ethel Mary PHILLIPS

b 1895.1 Kingston

m 1920.3 Willesden (Ethel M)

m 9Jul1920 Christ Church, Brondesbury

1939 @ 43 ^ Harrow, Middlesex

d Aug1986 Brighton (Ethel)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The death index gives Ethel's date of birth as Jan1890, suggesting there was some doubt as to the exact date. Possibly her date of birth was not known to the informant.


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0835

head  Arthur Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1898.1 Birmingham

b 11Jan1898 Birmingham

chr 6Mar1898 Summerfield, Warwickshire (Henry Arthur)

1901 @ 3 b Winsor Green, Birmingham ^ Willesden with parents

1911 scholar @ 13 b  Winson Green, Birmingham ^ 13 Poplars Avenue, Cricklewood with parents

m1 1918.1 Whitehaven, PEILO

23Mar1918 private 38906, 18th Btn, Kings Royal Rifle Corps: captured at Western Front, not wounded, reported missing (A H) British Army records

23Jul1918 number 38906, KRR: interned at Parchim POW Camp, Mecklenburg, Germany (Henry) British Army records

1939 @ 41 ^ Hendon (Arthur N)

m2 1968.4 Newton Abbot, FOALE

d May1984 Newton Abbot

sp1     Sarah J PEILO

(b 1894)

m 1918.1 Whitehaven

1939 @ 47 ^ Hendon

d 1959.1 Barnstaple @ 65

son     Arthur Norman MITCHELMORE

b 1919.4 Whitehaven (Arthur N)

b 7Sep1919 Whitehaven UK shipping & migration

2Sep1938 assistant cook: engaged on Empress of Britain at Southampton, discharged 4Nov1938 (Norman) UK shipping & migration

d 19Feb1939 Mombasa, aboard Dunluce Castle @ 19 b Whitehaven (Norman) UK shipping & migration

sp2     Frances Caroline B WIDDICOMBE

b 11Mar1913

m1 1932.1 Totnes, Leonard J FOALE (Frances B C)

1939 @ 29 ^ Kingsbridge (Carriue C?)

m2 1968.4 Newton Abbot, MITCHELMORE (Frances C B)

d Sep2001 South Hams

d 10Sep2001 UK newspaper announcements


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0892

head  George Henry MITCHELMORE

(b Dec1869 ) St Helier, Jersey

1871 @ 1 b St Helier ^ 35 Gloucester Street, St Helier with parents (George)

1881 scholar @ 11 b St Helier ^ Rozel Bay Hotel, St Martin, Jersey (George H)

1898 served in Indian Army as gunner 71392 K Battery, Royal Horse Artillery: awarded India Medal with clasp for Punjab Frontier (G H) British Army records

1899-1902 served in Boer War as bombardier 71392 Queen's Battery, Royal Horse Artillery; mentioned in despatches 1901 , discharged 6Mar1902, awarded Queen's South Africa Medal with seven clasps and King's South Africa Medal with clasp (G H) British Army records

7Jan1903 clerk @ 33 yr 3 mo b St Heliers, Jersey: enlisted at Sheffield as gunner 30978, Royal Artillery, previously served 3 yr with the Colours and 9 yr in 1st Class Army Reserve; next of kin Miss C A CODD, Rustlington, Sleaford, Lincolnshire

1911 soldier, gunner RJA, boarder @ 39 b St Helier, Jersey ^ Soldiers Institute, High Street, Portsmouth (MICHELMORE)

26Apr1911 gunner 30978 @ 41 yr 4 mo: discharged Hilsea, willing and hard working, intending to reside c/o Mrs Cose & Co, Coffee Bar, Ewshott

m 1915.4 Portsmouth (George H)

1939 @ 70 ^ Portsmouth (George H)

d 1950.4 Portsmouth @ 81 (George H)

sp      Edith SHORT

(b 1870)

m 1915.4 Portsmouth

1939 @ 70 ^ Portsmouth

d 1946.4 Portsmouth @ 76

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is not known who the 1903 next of kin was.


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0895

head  Evelyn Lily MITCHELMORE

(b 1872) St Helier

1881 scholar @ 8 b St Helier ^ Imperial Vaults , St Saviour, Jersey with mother and stepfather

1891 domestic servant, visitor @ 18 b Jersey ^ 49 High Street, Poplar, London (Lily E); head: William LEWIS, grocer and provision dealer

dau    Florence Elsie MITCHELMORE

b 1891.1 Greenwich

1891 visitor @ 2 mo b Greenwich ^ 49 High Street, Poplar, London with mother (Florence E)

1911 draper's assistant @ 20 b East Greenwich ^ 9 Manor Park Parade, Lee, Lewisham with aunt Susanna LEWIS [presumably a relative of her grandmother Sarah Ann]

m 1911.3 Lewisham, Frederic F HOLLAND

?1939 @ 48 ^ Twickenham (Florence)

d 1972 Newington, Edinburgh @ 81


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 2490

head  William Sidney MITCHELMORE

b 1871.1 Kingsbridge

b 19Jul1870 South Pool Royal Navy records

chr 10Mar1871 South Pool

1871 @ 11 mo b South Pool ^ Lower Coombe, South Pool with mother (William T MITCHAM)

1881 scholar @ 10 b South Pool ^ Combe, South Pool with grandparents (William S)

1889 entry to Royal Navy Royal Navy records

m 1899.4 Kingsbridge

m 9Oct1899 Stokenham: William Sidney MITCHELMORE, 1st Class Petty Officer RN @ 29 ^ Stokenham, father John MITCHELMORE, fisherman; Edith Annie WIDGER @ 21 ^ Stokenham, father John WIDGER, labourer; witness Emma Ellen WIDGER

1901 leading stoker class 1c @ 30 b South Pool ^ HMS Antelope, Bristol (Wm)

d 1906.1 Devonport @ 36

d 4Jan1906 @ 35; bur Stokenham

bur 6Jan1906 Stokenham @ 36 ^ Devonport

sp      Edith Anne WIDGER

b 1878.3 Totnes

m1 1899.4 Kingsbridge, William Sidney MITCHELMORE

m1 9Oct1899 Stokenham

1901 @ 22 b Ashprington ^ Stokenham. Also in household: sister Mary L WIDGER @ 15 b Stokenham

m2 1907.3 Bodmin, William Henry MITCHELMORE [Tree 01]

1911 @ 31 b Kingsbridge ^ 12 Old Laira Road, Plymouth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

William was illegitimate; it appears he invented a father at the time of his marriage for the sake of propriety.


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0226

head  Edward Alfred MITCHELMORE

b 1885.1 Kingsbridge

1891 scholar @ 6 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (Edward)

1901 carter on farm @ 16 b Stokenham ^ Keynedon, Sherford (Edward Alford)

m 1909.4 St Columb, Cornwall, EPPLETT

m 25Dec1909 Newquay, Cornwall Royal Air Force records

1910 ^ Seymour Avenue, Newquay

1911 general farm carter @ 27 b Devon ^ 1 Railway Terrace, Newquay (Edward MITCHELMOUR)

1914 apartment keeper ^ Fernhill, Newquay

25Jan1918 motor driver: enlisted in Royal Navy, No. F47940 Royal Navy records

1Apr1918 transferred from Royal Navy Air Service to Royal Air Force as driver 247940, deemed discharged 30 Apr 1920 Royal Air Force records

1919 air mechanic 1st class F47940: awarded British War Medal (Edward A) Royal Navy records

1939 @ 56 ^ Newquay (Edward A)

d 1966.1 St Austell @ 81

sp      Annie Louisa EPPLETT

b 1882.4 Truro

m 1909.4 St Columb

m 25Dec1909 Newquay Royal Air Force records

1911 @ 28 b Perranzabuloe, Cornwall ^ 1 Railway Terrace, Newquay (Louisa MITCHELMOUR)

1918 ^ 38 St Johns Road, Newquay Royal Air Force records

1939 @ 57 ^ Newquay (Annie L)

d 1968.4 St Austell @ 86

son    Edward George MITCHELMORE

b 1910.4 St Columb

son    William G MITCHELMORE

b 1912.3 St Columb

son    Garfield MITCHELMORE

b 1918.3 St Columb

living members omitted

 

The Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force both have Edward's birth date as 11Jan1882, but this is clearly incorrect. Royal Navy records Royal Air Force records


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0878

head  George Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1887.1 Kingsbridge

chr 22Feb1890 Stokenham @ 3 (same day as brothers John and William)

1891 scholar @ 4 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (George)

1901 servant, carter on farm @ 13 b Kellaton ^ Stokenham; head: John LIZARD

1911 worker on farm @ 24 b Kellaton, Chillington ^ Kellaton, Chivelstone with parents

1911 Stokenham: 3rd banns read 16Apr for George Henry MITCHELMORE ^ Stokenham and Kate TORRE ^ Stokenham

m 1911.2 Kingsbridge (George H)

m 17Apr1911 Stokenham: George Henry MICHELMORE, labourer @ 24 ^ Stokenham, father Edward Coes MITCHELMORE, farmer; Kate TORR @ 30 ^ Stokenham, father Philip William TORR, labourer; witnesses [sister] Elizabeth Ann MITCHELMORE, [brother–in-law] Frederick Samuel JOHNS

3May1912 @ 25: departed Plymouth aboard Corinthian for Quebec QC

17May1912 farm labourer @ 25: arrived St John NB aboard Corinthian from Glasgow (Geo) North American shipping & migration

1921 stableman ^ 24 Norway Avenue, Toronto ON; head: Alfred E AMES
(Geo) Other North American population surveys

1957-1958 maintenance ^ 798 Kingston Road, Danforth ON Other North American population surveys

1968 retired ^ 798 Kingston Road, Danforth Other North American population surveys

sp      Kate TORRE

(b 1882)

m 1911.2 Kingsbridge

m 17Apr1911 Stokenham

3May1912 @ 30: departed Plymouth aboard Corinthian for Quebec

17May1912 wife @ 30: arrived St John aboard Corinthian from Glasgow North American shipping & migration

1957-1968 housewife ^ 798 Kingston Road, Danforth Other North American population surveys


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 1574

head  William Herbert MITCHELMORE

b 1889.4 Kingsbridge (William H)

chr 22Feb1890 Stokenham @ 3 (same day as brothers George and John)

1891 @ 1 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (Herbert)

1901 @ 11 b Kellaton ^ Kellaton, Stokenham with parents

1911 work in farm of father @ 21 b Kellaton, Chillington ^ Kellaton, Chivelstone with parents

m 1939.3 Kingsbridge, BLANK

1939 @ 50 ^ Kingsbridge (William H)

d 1960.4 Kingsbridge

d 16Nov1960 @ 71; bur Stokenham. Named on same memorial: his wife Olive

sp      Olive Maud BLANK

b 18Nov1909

m 1939.3 Kingsbridge (Olive M)

1939 @ 30 ^ Kingsbridge (William H)

d May1992 Kingsbridge

d 11May1992 @ 82; bur Stokenham (Olive)

living members omitted

Click to enlarge

Family gravestone in Stokenham churchyard


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 1399

head  Charles Ernest MITCHELMORE

b 1893.4 Kingsbridge

b 25Aug1893

1901 @ 7 b Kellaton ^ Kellaton, Stokenham with parents

1911 work in farm of father @ 17 b Kellaton, Chillington ^ Kellaton, Chivelstone with parents

m 1933.1 Kingsbridge, TUCKER

1939 @ 45 ^ Kingsbridge (Charles E)

d 1977.1 Kingsbridge @ 83

sp       Rose O TUCKER

b 1911.4 Kingsbridge

m 1933.1 Kingsbridge

1939 @ 28 ^ Kingsbridge

d 17Apr2011 @ 99; bur Torbay Crematorium, Torquay UK newspaper announcements

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0829

head  Cyril Victor MITCHELMORE

b 1903.1 Kingsbridge (Cyril V)

(b 1902) Kellaton

1911 school @ 8 b Kellaton, Chillington ^ Kellaton, Chivelstone with parents (Cyril)

1923 Sherford: banns read for Cyril Victor MITCHELMORE and Mabel Ann MERRIFIELD

m 1923.3 Kingsbridge (Cyril V)

1939 @ 36 @ Kingsbridge with father (Cyril V)

d Nov1992 Newton Abbot

sp     Mabel Ann MERRIFIELD

b 4Sep1898

m 1923.3 Kingsbridge

1939 @ 41 @ Kingsbridge (Mabel A)

d 1971.1 Newton Abbot

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0823

head  William Sydney MITCHELMORE

b 1893.1 Kingsbridge

b 11Feb1893

chr 26Mar1893 South Pool (William Sidney)

1901 @ 8 b South Pool ^ Bilton Park Cottage, Bilton, Warwickshire with parents (William)

1911 clerk @ 18 b South Pool ^ Hooton Hall Yard, Childer Thornton , Cheshire with parents

m 1918.2 Wirral

1939 @ 46 ^ Ellesmere Port, Cheshire (William S)

d 1976.2 Birkenhead @ 82

sp      Edith A LIGHTFOOT

b 16Jul1890

m 1918.2 Wirral

1939 @ 49 ^ Ellesmere Port, Cheshire (Edith A)

d 1983.4 Chester/EP

son    William N MITCHELMORE

b 1921.1 Wirral

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0950

head  John Farleigh MITCHELMORE

b 1895.3 Kingsbridge

b 21Aug1895

chr 20Nov1895 South Pool

1901 @ 5 b South Pool ^ Bilton Park Cottage, Bilton, Warwickshire with parents (John)

1902 admitted to St Mary Church of England School, Eastham, Cheshire (John) UK life events

1911 working on market garden @ 15 b South Pool ^ Hooton Hall Yard, Childer Thornton , Cheshire with parents (John Lalleigh)

23May1911 farm labourer: enlisted in Royal Navy as Stoker 2, No. K11218; promoted 1Feb1917 Stoker 1; discharged 31Dec1918 (John Francis) Royal Navy records

1919 stoker 1st class K11218: awarded British War and Victory medals (John F) Royal Navy records

m 1921.3 Wrexham, CREWE

m 30Jul1921 Offa English Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Adwys Clawold Bersham, Wrexham

d Jan1985 Ealing

d 198x Hanwell, London @ 89 personal communication

sp      Annie Eveline CREWE

b 1892.2 Wrexham

b 19May1892 Coedpoeth, Wrexham personal communication

m 1921.3 Wrexham (Annie E)

m 30Jul1921 Offa English Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Adwys Clawold Bersham, Wrexham

d 1978.3 Chester (Annie Evelyn)

d 197x Moston Hospital, Moston, Cheshire @ 85 personal communication

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

John

John

 

 

 

 

Annie

Annie


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 1115

head  Francis George MITCHELMORE

b 1906.1 Wirral

b 2Jan1906

1911 @ 5 b Hooten, Cheshire ^ Hooton Hall Yard, Childer Thornton, Cheshire with parents

1911, 1913 admitted to St Mary Church of England School, Eastham, Cheshire (Francis T) UK life events

m 1929.4 Wirral, HUGHES

1939 @ 33 ^ Ellesmere Port, Cheshire (Francis G)

d 1976.4 Birkenhead @ 70

bur 20Dec1976 Chester Crematorium, Chester

sp      Gladys Elizabeth HUGHES

b 30Dec1908

m 1929.4 Wirral (Gladys E)

1939 @ 31 ^ Ellesmere Port (Gladys E)

d Sep1991 Chester and Ellesmere

d 7Sep1991; bur Chester Crematorium, Chester

son    Peter Francis MITCHELMORE

b 1937.3 Wirral (Peter F)

b 26Jun1937 UK businesses

mechanical fitter, Bowaters UK newspaper announcements

1996-2007 director, Controlright Property Management Ltd, Deeside (Peter) UK businesses

2012 ^ South Wirral (Peter) UK businesses

bur 9Oct2014 Chester Crematorium @ 77 ^ Vale Court Care Home, Ellesmere Port UK newspaper announcements

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3005

head  Henry MITCHELMORE

b Jun1884 Green Island Cove NL

m Oct1906 Bear Cove NL, GENGE

1921 @ 37 b Jun1884 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

1935 fisherman (cod fishery) @ 53 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican. House owned, 7 rooms, value $250, no radio, annual income $150

d 11Aug1937; bur Green Island Cove

sp      Margaret GENGE

b Feb1888 Anchor Point NL

m Oct1906 Bear Cove NL

1921 @ 33 b Feb1888 Anchor Point ^ Green Island Cove

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

1935 homemaker @ 53 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican.

d 5Mar1973

adau  Muriel P MITCHELMORE

(b 1907)

1921 @ 13 b 1907 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

dau    Susanna MITCHELMORE

b 9Jan1908 Green Island Cove

chr 11Jan1908

d 29Mar1908 Green Island Cove, "cause consumption"

d 1908; bur Green Island Cove (Susannah)


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3006

head  George MITCHELMORE

b 2Oct1887 Green Island Brook NL

m 2Nov1911 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, PARRILL

1921 @ 33 b Oct1887 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

1935 fisherman (cod fishery) @ 47 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican (George Jr). House owned, 9 rooms, value $650, no radio, annual income illegible

1945 @ 58 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1949 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (George Jr) Other North American population surveys

1957 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (George Sr) Other North American population surveys

1965 ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1968-1974 pensioner ^ Green Island Cove (George/George Sr) Other North American population surveys

d 28Dec1974; bur Green Island Cove. Named on same memorial: his wife Sarah

sp      Sarah Louisa PARRILL

b 1888 Point's Cove [now Pines Cove] NL (Sarah)

m 2Nov1911 Green Island Cove (Sarah)

1921 @ 29 b Jun1892 Points Cove ^ Green Island Cove (Sarah)

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (Sarah McLean MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

1935 homemaker @ 42 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican (Sarah).

1945 @ 5 b Pine's Cove ^ Green Island Cove (Sarah)

1949, 1957 ^ Green Island Cove (Mrs) Other North American population surveys

d 1Nov1958; bur Green Island Cove

dau    Mary Lenora MITCHELMORE

b 14Feb1913 Green Island Cove

1921 @ 8 b Feb1913 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

1935 house work @ 22 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican (Sarah)

m 14Oct1935 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, William HEDGE (Lenora)

son    Richard Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 6Jan1915 Green Island Cove

dau    Ethel MITCHELMORE

b May1920 Green Island Cove

 

George & Sarah

George and Sarah


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3007

head  Stephen MITCHELMORE

b 17Jul1889 Green Island Cove NL

m 3Oct1916 Current Island NL, GIBBONS

1921 @ 32 b Jul1889 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

d 29Apr1929 @ 39 yr 10 mo; bur Green Island Cove

sp      Evangeline GIBBONS

b Mar1894 Current Island

m1 3Oct1916 Current Island, MITCHELMORE

1921 @ 27 b Mar1894 Current Island ^ Green Island Cove

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (Angelina MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

m2 193x, J Thomas TUCKER [1935: lumberman], house owned

1935 @ 41 b NL ^ Reef's Harbour NL; house owned, 9 rooms, value $250, no radio, annual income $1120

son    Samuel MITCHELMORE

b 2May1918 Green Island Cove

1921 @ 3 b May1918 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

1935 @ 17 b NL ^ Reef's Harbour with mother and stepfather

7Aug1941 @ 23 b NL: arrived Liverpool aboard Svend Foyn from New York with cousin Truman, next of kin Mrs Thomas TUCKER, Reefs Harbour, St Barbe; member of Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit group UK shipping & migration

1957-1962 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1972 pensioner ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 1996; bur Green Island Cove

living members omitted

 

Thomas and family

Stephen's memorial


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3008

head  Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 26Mar1885 Black Duck Cove NL

often referred to as Thomas Senior

1904 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove NL Other North American population surveys

m 191x, HUGHES

1921 @ 36 b Mar1885 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (Thos MICHEMORE Sr) Other North American population surveys

1935 fisherman (cod fishery) @ 51 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican. House owned, 10 rooms, value $450, no radio, annual income $220. Also in household: his mother Elizabeth

1945 @ 60 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1949-1965 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 15Jan1965; bur Green Island Cove. Named on same memorial: his wife Sarah

sp      Sarah Jane HUGHES

b Jul1888 Green Island Cove

m 191x

1921 @ 33 b Jul1888 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (Sarah MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

1935 homemaker @ 47 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican

1945 @ 57 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1949-1957 ^ Green Island Cove (Mrs) Other North American population surveys

d 1962; bur Green Island Cove

son    Edgar MITCHELMORE

b 8May1916 Green Island Cove

d 1916; bur Green Island Cove. Named on same memorial: his sister Dulcie

son    Leander MITCHELMORE

b 8Jan1918 Green Island Cove

son    Truman MITCHELMORE

b Nov1919 Green Island Cove

dau    Dulcie MITCHELMORE

b 20Apr1922 Green Island Cove

d 20Apr1922; bur Green Island Cove. Named on same memorial: her brother Edgar

living members omitted

 

Thomas and family

Thomas and family


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3009

head  Richard MITCHELMORE

b 22Dec1896 Green Island Cove NL

often referred to as Richard Junior

m 191x

1921 @ 24 b Dec1896 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove (Richd MICHEMORE Jr)

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (Richd MICHEMORE Jr) Other North American population surveys

1935 unm fisherman (cod fishery), head, sole occupant @ 41 b NL ^ Green Island Cove NL, British, Anglican.. House owned, 2 rooms, value $60, no radio, annual income $110

1953 lumberjack ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1957 labourer ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1958 equipment operator ^ St Anthony NL Other North American population surveys

1965 ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1968-1974 pensioner ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 13Sep1985; bur Green Island Cove. Named on same memorial: his son Theophilus and others

sp      Lydia GAULTON

b Feb1897 Green Island Cove

m 191x

1921 @ 24 b Feb1897 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

1957-1965 housekeeper ^ St Anthony Other North American population surveys

1968-1974 ^ St Anthony (Mrs) Other North American population surveys

d 1980; bur Old Anglican Cemetery, St Anthony NL, "b 1896" . Named on same memorial [a white cross]:. Matthew GAULTON

son    Theophilus MITCHELMORE

b 22May1916 Green Island Cove

son    Richard Churchill MITCHELMORE

b 31Mar1919 Green Island Cove

son    Malcolm MITCHELMORE

b 7May1921 Green Island Cove

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is not known why Richard described himself as unmarried in 1935.

 

 

 

Lydia & Richard

Lydia and son Richard


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3010

head  Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 28Feb1891 Black Duck Cove NL

often referred to as Thomas Junior

m 28Apr1920 School Chapel, Green Island Cove NL, MITCHELMORE

1921 @ 30 b Feb1891 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (Thos MICHEMORE Jr) Other North American population surveys

1935 invalid, widower @ 44 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents, British, Anglican

d 1940; bur Green Island Cove. . Named on same memorial: his wife Elizabeth and son Gideon

sp      Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 27Dec1902 Green Island Cove

m 28Apr1920 Green Island Cove

1921 @ 18 b Dec1902 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

d 11Feb1928; bur Green Island Cove

son    Gideon MITCHELMORE

b 192x

d 1926; bur Green Island Cove

son    Guy MITCHELMORE

b 22Jan1924 Green Island Cove

dau    Annie Martha MITCHELMORE

b 12Sep1925

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

Thomas and his wife were first cousins.

 

 

 

 

 

 

A photograph of Elizabeth as a young girl is available here.


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3011

head  George MITCHELMORE

b 22Jun1892 Black Duck Cove NL

m 10Nov1915 Eddy's Cove NL, Eliza COATES

28 Aug 1916 St John's NL despatched per S S Sicilian: Private 2872 ^ Straits of Belle Isle, 3rd Battalion, "C" Company, Platoon No. 11, Section 12 (S) Canadian military records

d 23Apr1917: private 2872 Royal Newfoundland Regiment @ 24, son of George and Mary Martha MITCHELMORE, Flower's Cove, St Barbe; bur Beaumont-Hamel (Newfoundland) Memorial, Somme, France Canadian military records

1919 awarded British War and Victory medals British Army records

1920 letter of administration granted: ^ Green Island Cove, St Barbe NL North American legal records

sp      Eliza COATES

(b 1892) Eddy's Cove

m 10Nov1915 Eddy's Cove

d 22Apr1916 Green Island Cove @ 24, at childbirth

d 1916; bur Green Island Cove

Isaac & George

George (right) with Isaac

The Beaumont-Hamel park is dedicated to the fallen of the Newfoundland Regiment. A photograph of the dedicatory plaque is available here.


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3013

head  Albert MITCHELMORE

b 8Nov1902 Green Island Cove NL

1921 unm @ 18 b Nov1902 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

m 3Dec1923 School Chapel, Green Island Brook NL, HUGHES

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

1935 fisherman (cod fishery) @ 32 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican. House owned, 10 rooms, value $700, no radio, annual income $130

1945 @ 44 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1949-1965 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1968-1974 pensioner ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 1978; bur Green Island Cove

sp      Mary Anne HUGHES

b 1901 Green Island Brook

m 3Dec1923 Green Island Brook

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (Mary Ann MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

1935 homemaker @ 33 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican

1945 @ 44 b Green Island Brook ^ Green Island Cove (Mary Ann)

1949-1968 ^ Green Island Cove (Mrs) Other North American population surveys

1972-1974 pensioner ^ Green Island Cove (Mary A) Other North American population surveys

d 9Oct1984; bur Green Island Cove

son    Steward MITCHELMORE

b 2Jun1929

d 2Dec1929; bur Green Island Cove

living members omitted

 

Albert & Mary Anne

Albert and Mary Anne


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3069

head  Gordon MITCHELMORE

b Oct1915 Green Island Cove NL

1921 @ 5 b Oct1915 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

1935 unm fisherman (cod fishery) @ 19 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents, British, Anglican

m 9Jan1940 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, MITCHELMORE

1945 @ 29 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

1949-1974 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 6Sep1985; bur Green Island Cove

sp       Amy Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 20Apr1922 Green Island Cove

1935 @ 13 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents

m 9Jan1940 Green Island Cove

1945 @ 29 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents-in-law (Amy E)

1949-1974 housewife ^ Green Island Cove (Mrs/Amy E) Other North American population surveys

28Jul2005 ^ Green Island Cove North American newspaper announcements

d 31Oct2014 personal communication

living members omitted

Gordon

Gordon


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3070

head  Stanley MITCHELMORE

b 16Nov1917 Green Island Cove NL

1921 @ 3 b Nov1917 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

1935 fisherman (cod fishery) @ 17 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents, British, Anglican

1945 @ 27 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

m 15Oct1935 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, WILLIAMS

1949-1957 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1965-1974 carpenter ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 1990; bur Green Island Cove

sp      Bessie May WILLIAMS

b 10Feb1917, Current Island NL

m 15Oct1935 Green Island Cove (Bessie)

1945 @ 25 b Current Island ^ Green Island Cove with parents-in-law (Bessie)

1949-1974 housewife ^ Green Island Cove (Mrs) Other North American population surveys

d 1988; bur Green Island Cove

son    Royal Lancelot MITCHELMORE

b 5Mar1936 Green Island Cove

son    Wyman Pascoe MITCHELMORE

(b 1944) Green Island Cove

1945 @ 1 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents and grandparents (Pasco)

d 9Aug1946; bur Green Island Cove

dau    Yvonne MITCHELMORE

b 195x

d 3Mar1954; bur Green Island Cove

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bessie & Wyman

Bessie with Wyman


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3014

head  Richard MITCHELMORE

b 17Apr1895 Green Island Cove NL

m 27Dec1916 School Chapel, Green Island Cove @ 21, MITCHELMORE

1935 unm fisherman (cod fishery) , sole head @ 41 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican. House owned, 2 rooms, value $60, no radio, annual income $110

d 26Dec1918; bur Green Island Cove

sp      Myrtle MITCHELMORE

b 24Jun1895

chr 12Mar1896 Green Island Cove, "received after baptism by a layman"

m 27Dec1916 Green Island Cove

d 3Aug1919; bur Green Island Cove

 

 

 

Richard and his wife were first cousins


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Generation 9

Family 3015

head  Emanuel MITCHELMORE

b 11Mar1897 Green Island Cove NL (Emmanuel)

1921 @ 24 b Mar1897 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with his uncle John  (Emmanuel)

m 13Feb1924 Green Island Brook NL, NOSEWORTHY (Emmanuel)

1935 fisherman (cod fishery) @ 39 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican. House owned, 8 rooms, value $600, no radio, annual income $200 (Emmanuel). Also in household: his cousin Theophilus

d 31Jan1938; bur Green Island Cove (Emmanuel)

sp      Ann Maria NOSEWORTHY

b 190x

m1 13Feb1924, Green Island Brook, MITCHELMORE

1935 homemaker @ 32 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican (Ann Mariah)

1945 widow @ 43 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

m2 194x, HUGHES

d 1991; bur Green Island Cove (Ann Marie Mitchelmore HUGHES)

son    Levi MITCHELMORE

b 20Feb1925 Green Island Cove

son    William Austin MITCHELMORE

b 18Nov1926

son    Seaward MITCHELMORE

b 3May1932 Green Island Cove

1935 @ 3 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents, British, Anglican (Seyward)

1945 @ 13 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with "uncle" [actually great-uncle] John (Seward)

did not marry personal communication

1953-1972 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (Seaward/Seward) Other North American population surveys

d 1994; bur Green Island Cove

dau    Caroline MITCHELMORE

b 22Nov1936

known as Carrie

1945 @ 8 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents (Eliza C)

m 22Nov1953 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, Ross ROWSELL

d 199x; bur Fishing Point United Church Cemetery, St Anthony NL (Carrie). Named on same memorial: her husband Ross ROWSELL

living members omitted

A photograph of Emanuel as a boy is available here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Levi & Caroline

Levi and Caroline


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3016

head  Austin MITCHELMORE

b 10May1899 Green Island Cove NL

known as Lot

m1 25Jan1919 Green Island Cove, SPENCE

m2 5Dec1923 Green Island Brook NL, MACEY

1921 @ 22 b May1899 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1928 ^ Green Island Cove (MICHEMORE) Other North American population surveys

1935 fisherman (cod fishery) @ 36 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican. House owned, 6 rooms, value $300, no radio, annual income $300

m3 19Dec1941 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, CHAMBERS

1945 widower @ 47 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1949-1957 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (Lot/Lott) Other North American population surveys

1965-1974 pensioner ^ Green Island Cove

d 19May1986; bur Green Island Cove

sp1    Ellen Susanna SPENCE

b Jan1902

m 25Jan1919 Green Island Cove

1921 @ 19 b Jan1902 Nameless Cove NL ^ Green Island Cove (Nellie)

d 1921; bur Green Island Cove

son    Reginald Rudolph MITCHELMORE

b 31Jul1920

sp2    Elizabeth MACEY

(b 1907) Green Island Cove

m 5Dec1923 Green Island Brook

1935 homemaker @ 28 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican (Eliza)

d 1938; bur Green Island Cove

dau    Nellie MITCHELMORE

(b 1928)

1935 @ 7 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents, British, Anglican

d 193x

dau    Olga MITCHELMORE

b 3Oct1936 Green Island Cove

d 13May1945 Green Island Cove

living members omitted

sp3    Evangeline CHAMBERS

b 1919 personal communication

m 19Dec1941 Green Island Cove

d 21Apr1945

d 1945; bur Green Island Cove

living members omitted

 

 

 

Austin & Reginald

Austin (right) with
son Reginald


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3012

head  William Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 19Mar1898 Green Island Cove NL

m 1Oct1918 Flower's Cove NL, MITCHELMORE

1921 @ 23 b Mar1898 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove (William T)

1935 fisherman (cod fishery) @ 37 b NL ^ Green Island Cove (William Thos). House owned, 10 rooms, value $600, no radio, annual income $300

1945 @ 47 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1949-1957 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (William/William T) Other North American population surveys

?1957-1958 food service ^ Goose Bay (W/William) Other North American population surveys

1965 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (William T) Other North American population surveys

1968 pensioner ^ Green Island Cove (Wm T) Other North American population surveys

d 19Jul1968; bur Green Island Cove

sp      Ruth MITCHELMORE

b 21Feb1895

m 1Oct1918 Flower's Cove

1921 @ 26 b Feb1895 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

1935 homemaker @ 40 b NL ^ Green Island Cove

1945 @ 50 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1949-1968 ^ Green Island Cove (Mrs/Ruth) Other North American population surveys

1972-1974 pensioner ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 14May1990 Green Island Cove

d 1990; bur Green Island Cove

son    Sydney MITCHELMORE

b 24Dec1918 Green Island Cove

1921 @ 2 b Dec1918 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

1935 fisherman (cod fishery) @ 16 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents

1945 unm @ 26 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

1949-1957 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (Sidney/Sydney) Other North American population surveys

d 24Feb1960; bur Green Island Cove (Sidney)

son    George William MITCHELMORE

b 23Apr1920 Green Island Cove

1921 @ 1 b Apr1920 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents (George W)

1935 @ 15 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents (Geo William)

1945 unm @ 25 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents (George Wm)

d 28Jun1946; bur Green Island Cove

son    Clyde MITCHELMORE

b 29May1930 Green Island Cove

living members omitted

 

William & Ruth

William, Ruth and family

 

 

William and Ruth were first cousins.


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3017

head  John MITCHELMORE

b 30Jul1906 Green Island Cove NL

1921 @ 15 b Jul1906 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

m 5Feb1926 Eddy's Cove, COATES, in the dwelling of Wm COATES

1935 fisherman (cod fishery) @ 29 b NL ^ Green Island Cove. House owned, 5 rooms, value $300, no radio, annual income $140

1945 @ 39 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1949-1953 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1957 merchant ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1965 ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1968-1972 pensioner ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 5Oct1972; bur Green Island Cove

sp      Alice COATES

b 6Apr1906

m 5Feb1926 Eddy's Cove

1935 homemaker @ 29 b NL ^ Green Island Cove

1945 @ 39 b Eddy's Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1949-1957 ^ Green Island Cove (Mrs) Other North American population surveys

1965-1972 ^ Green Island Cove (Alice) Other North American population surveys

d 3Dec1987; bur Green Island Cove

dau    Dolores MITCHELMORE

b Apr1926

d 7Jun1926; bur Green Island Cove (Dolorez)

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b Sep1928

d 11Sep1929; bur Green Island Cove

living members omitted

 

John & Alice

John and Alice with granddaughter


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3018

head  Elijah MITCHELMORE

b 10Nov1910 Green Island Cove NL

1921 @ 10 b Nov1910 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

1935 unm fisherman (cod fishery) @ 23 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents, British, Anglican

m 5Sep1938 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, MITCHELMORE

1945 @ 34 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1949 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1953-1957 teacher ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1972-1974 business manager ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 22Dec1997; bur Green Island Cove. Named on same memorial: his wife Ethel

sp      Ethel MITCHELMORE

b 27May1920 Green Island Cove

1921 @ 1 b May1920 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

1935 at school @ 15 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents

m 5Sep1938 Green Island Cove

1945 @ 25 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1949-1974 housewife ^ Green Island Cove (Mrs/Ethel) Other North American population surveys

d 18May1991; bur Green Island Cove

living members omitted

 

Elijah and Ethel

Elijah and Ethel

 

Elijah and Ethel were first cousins once removed.


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 3019

head  Norman MITCHELMORE

b 24Jul1913 Green Island Cove NL

1921 @ 8 b Jul1913 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

m 10May1932 School Chapel, Sandy Cove NL, WHITE

1935 fisherman (cod fishery) @ 22 b NL ^ Green Island Cove, British, Anglican. Living in same house as mother Annie, annual income $200

1945 @ 32 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove. Also in household: "neice" [actually first cousin once removed] Annie and mother Annie

1949-1953 merchant ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1965 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1968 labourer ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1972-1974 carpenter ^ Green Island Cove

d 9Jan1999; bur Green Island Cove

sp       Lavenia WHITE

(b 1915)

m 10May1932 Sandy Cove NL

1935 homemaker @ 20 b NL ^ Green Island Cove (Lavina)

1945 @ 29 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove (Lavinia)

1949-1974 housewife ^ Green Island Cove (Lavenia/Mrs) Other North American population surveys

d 7Sep2013 Charles S Curtis Memorial Hospital, St Anthony NL @ 97 ^ Sandy Cove, bur Anglican Cemetery, Green Island Cove North American newspaper announcements

dau     Rowena MITCHELMORE

b 4Aug1933 Green Island Cove

1935 @ 2 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents, British, Anglican

1945 @ 12 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

m1 195x, Donald Hiram SAMSON

div

m2 197x, Arnold JOSEPH

d 20Sep2000 Sydney NL; bur Anglican Cemetery, Green Island Cove, "formerly ^ Green Island Cove” (Rowena Mitchelmore)

son      Maitland David MITCHELMORE

b 1940 personal communication

d 25Dec1942; bur Green Island Cove

son     Winsor W MITCHELMORE

b 4Jul1945 Green Island Cove NL [twin]

dau     Amanda MITCHELMORE

b 4Jul1945 Green Island Cove NL [twin]

d 1945; bur Green Island Cove

living members omitted

 

Norman & wife

Norman and his wife


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0844

head  Clarence Wilfred MITCHELMORE

b 1894.4 Kingsbridge (Clarence W)

b 2Oct1894

chr 21Oct1894 Slapton

1897 admitted to Slapton County Primary School (Clarence W) UK life events

1901 @ 6 b Slapton ^ Village, Slapton with parents (Clarence)

1911 agricultural farm labourer @ 16 b Slapton ^ Slapton with parents (Clarence)

20Nov1914 labourer @ 20 b Slapton: enlisted as private 14585 Devonshire Regiment British Army records

1914-1918 wounded in World War 1 (Clarence W) British Army records

3Apr1919 discharged with multiple gunshot wounds, granted 40% disability pension British Army records

1919 awarded British War and Victory medals (Clarence W) British Army records

m 1922.3 Kingsbridge (Clarence W) [also indexed under MICHELMORE]

1919, 1923, 1926, 1935 carrier to Dartmouth and Kingsbridge UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 45 ^ Kingbridge (Claterine MITCHMORE)

On page 19 of The American forces at Salcombe and Slapton is a photograph of Clarence MITCHELMORE, his father-in-law George STEER and Bill BLANK [a cousin] allegedly discussing the evacuation with the Slapton policeman Constable BETTS and two American soldiers. personal communication

d Feb1987 Kingsbridge

d 3Feb1987 @ 92; bur Slapton (Clarence). Named on same memorial: his wife Ethel

sp      Ethel Mary STEER

b 18Feb1898

chr 5Jun1898 Stokenham

m 1922.3 Kingsbridge (Ethel M)

1939 @ 41 ^ Kingbridge (Ethel M MITCHMORE)

her father George STEER went to stay with her when he was bombed out of his cottage at Beesands in 1942 personal communication

d 1983.3 Kingsbridge (Ethel M)

d 19Sep1983; bur Slapton

dau    Joyce M MITCHELMORE

b 1925.4 Kingsbridge

d 1925.4 Kingsbridge @ 0

son    Dennis George MITCHELMORE

b 1931.3 Kingsbridge

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A photograph of the WW1 Roll of Honour in Slapton Parish Church, with Clarence's name listerd, is available here .


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 1745

head  Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1889.1 St Olave, London [also indexed under MICHELMORE]

b 2Feb1889 Bermondsey

1891 @ 2 b St James, Surrey ^ 23 Clowance Street, Stoke Damerel with parents

10May1897 admitted to Paignton National School; previously at school in Camberwell, London (Edwd) UK life events

1901 @ 12 b Bermondsey ^ Fulham with father and stepmother

1911 postman @ 22 b Bermondsey ^ 54 Beltran Road, Fulham with father and stepmother

1939 @ 50 ^ Fulham with stepmother

m 1944.3 Fulham, BREWSTER

d 1974.1 Hammersmith @

sp      Annie BREWSTER

(b 1896)

1939 @ 43 ^ Chelsea

m 1944.3 Fulham

d 1966.3 Chelsea @ 70


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 1516

head  George Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1907.3 Fulham

b 5Jul1907 Shepherds Bush

1911 @ 3 b Shepherds Bush ^ 22 Station Road, Hammersmith with parents (George)

m 1935.2 Hammersmith

1939 @ 31 ^ Oundle & Thrapston, Northamptonshire (George E)

22Feb1946 inspector of works @ 38 ^ 14 Ormoly Lodge, The Avenue, London: departed Southampton aboard Carnarvon for Freetown, Sierra Leone, intending to reside in Nigeria (G E) UK shipping & migration

1Feb1948 engineer @ 40 ^ 4 Armsby Lodge, The Avenue, Bedford Park: arrived Liverpool aboard Accra from Apapa, Nigeria UK shipping & migration

24Jun1948 civil engineer @ 40 ^ Armsby Lodge, The Avenue, Bedford Park: departed Liverpool aboard Accra for Lagos, Nigeria (G E) UK shipping & migration

13Feb1950 water engineer @ 41: arrived Liverpool aboard Apapa from Lagos, intended residence Staithe Lawn, Chertsey Lane, Staines, last permanent residence Nigeria (George E) UK shipping & migration

24Apr1952 inspector of works, colonial government @ 43 ^ 157 Bells Lane, London: departed Liverpool for Lagos, Nigeria UK shipping & migration

23Nov1953 inspector of works @ 46: arrived Liverpool aboard Aureol from Lagos, intended residence 157 Bolle Lane, London W3, last permanent residence Nigeria UK shipping & migration

24Feb1958 government offical b 9 Jul 1908: arrived Liverpool aboard Aureol from Lagos, intended residence 33 Dennis Road, East Molesey, Surrey for 4 months vacation; last permanent residence Nigeria UK shipping & migration

d 1978.3 Richmond on Thames

sp      Violet Ivy M WILES

b 4Dec1906

m 1935.2 Hammersmith (Violet I M)

1939 @ 33 ^ Brentford & Chiswick (Violet I M)

24Jun1948 housewife @ 41 ^ Armsby Lodge, The Avenue, Bedford Park: departed Liverpool aboard Accra for Lagos, Nigeria (Mrs) UK shipping & migration

13Feb1950 housewife @ 41: arrived Liverpool aboard Apapa from Lagos, intended residence Staithe Lawn, Chertsey Lane, Staines, last permanent residence Nigeria (Violet I) UK shipping & migration

24Apr1952 @ 42 ^ 157 Bells Lane, London: departed Liverpool for Lagos, Nigeria (Violet Ivy) UK shipping & migration

23Nov1953 housewife @ 46: arrived Liverpool aboard Aureol from Lagos, intended residence 157 Bolle Lane, London W3, last permanent residence Nigeria (Violet Ivy) UK shipping & migration

d Jan1999 Chesterfield

son    Guy MITCHELMORE

b 1946.1 Brentford


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 1109

head  Eric Wilfred Harold MITCHELMORE

b 1905.2 Totnes

b 8Apr1905

chr 19May1905 Paignton

1911 school @ 5 b Paignton  ^ 33 Church Street, Paignton with parents

1912 admitted to Bovey Tracey National School, guardian G BUCK (Eric) UK life events

m 1928.4 Newton Abbot

1935 Eric Michelmore & Son, builders ^ 2 St John's Cottages, Bovey Tracey UK businesses

1939 @ 34 ^ Newton Abbot with mother (Eric W H)

15Jun1950 jobmaster at inaugural fete of the Bovey Tracey Toc H (Eric) UK life events

1953-1955 ^ St John's Cottages, Bovey Tracey, builder, decorator and undertaker: bankruptcy proceedings UK businesses

d 1976.1 Newton Abbot

sp       Agnes May BEARNE

b 1Mar1908

m 1928.4 Newton Abbot

1939 @ 34 ^ Newton Abbot (Agnes M)

d 1978.4 Newton Abbot

son     Anthony John MITCHELMORE

b 1931.2 Newton Abbot

living members omitted

 

 

 

Apparently Eric was in the care of his grandfather Garrett BUCK while he attended school in Bovey Tracey. It is not known why he was sent there and not to Paignton National School.


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0925

head  Richard MITCHELMORE

b 1905.4 Totnes

b 25Sep1905

chr 19Nov1905 Marldon

1911 @ 5 b Devon ^ 12 Bridge Street, Castletown , Isle of Man with mother

28May1923 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Temporary Postman Messenger, Post Office without competition UK life events

m 20Sep1931 St Matthews, Douglas, Isle of Man personal communication

bookbinder personal communication

d 1999 Isle of Man personal communication

sp      Clara Emily ??

b 13Jan1908 Douglas, Isle of Man personal communication

m 20Sep1931 St Matthews, Douglas, Isle of Man personal communication

d 1999 Isle of Man personal communication

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 1725

head  William John MITCHELMORE

b 1909.2 Totnes

b 10Apr1909 Paignton personal communication

chr 19May1909 Paignton

1911 @ 2 b Goodrington ^ Goodrington Village, Paignton with parents

1939 @ 30 ^ Paignton with parents

m 1941.4 Totnes

m 26Dec1941 Paignton, NASH personal communication

 shared a house with brother Fred while children were young personal communication

d 1980.4 Torquay

d 5Oct1980 Torquay personal communication

sp      Violet Marjorie Lilian NASH

b 7Feb1917

1939 @ 22 ^ Totnes (Violet M L)

m 1941.4 Totnes (Violet M L)

m 26Dec1941 Paignton personal communication

d 1982.1 Torbay (Vivian Marjorie L)

d 198x Paignton personal communication

dau    Jean MITCHELMORE

b 1943.2 Totnes

b 3Mar1943 Paignton personal communication

m 1962.1 Totnes, Michael W HINE

d 1981 Paignton personal communication

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 1729

head  Edgar Fred MITCHELMORE

b 1911.1 Totnes (Edgar F)

b 10Jan1911 Paignton

known as Fred

chr 22Feb1911 Paignton

1911 @ 3 mo b Goodrington ^ Goodrington Village, Paignton with parents

carpenter personal communication

1939 @ 28 ^ Paignton with parents

m 1942.4 Sodbury (Edgar F)

m 17Oct1942, Doris Edna ADAMS personal communication

shared a house with brother John while children were young personal communication

d Jun1991 Torbay

d 10Jun1991 Paignton personal communication

sp      Doris Edna ADAMS

b 12Jun1919 Bristol personal communication

known as Do

m 1942.4 Sodbury (Doris E)

m 17Oct1942 personal communication

d Sep2003 Torbay

d 15Sep2003 Torbay Hospital, Torquay @ 84 ^ Fisher Street, Paignton, wife of late Fred UK newspaper announcements

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Doris's father Herbert married Edgar's sister Winifred in 1930.


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 1582

head  Maurice George MITCHELMORE

b 1913.3 Totnes

b 22Aug1913 Paignton

chr 2Oct1913 Paignton

1939 @ 26 ^ Paignton with parents

m 1940.2 Totnes

d 1950.4 Newton Abbot @ 37

d 21Dec1950 Torquay personal communication

sp      Doris Ada BELLAMY

b 26Dec1905

m 1940.2 Totnes (Doris A)

d Aug1990 Torbay

d 1990 Paignton personal communication

 


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 1731

head  Robert Friend MITCHELMORE

b 1918.2 Totnes (Robert F)

b 14May1918 Paignton personal communication

m 1944.2 Bristol (Robert F)

d Dec1993 Torbay

d 1993 Paignton personal communication

sp      Marjorie Ellen WEEKS

b 22Jan1924

m 1944.2 Bristol (Marjorie E)

d Jul1994 Torbay

d 1994 Torquay personal communication

son    Robert Brendon MITCHELMORE

b 1945.2 Bristol

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 1119

head  Frederick Rupert MITCHELMORE

b 1900.4 Totnes

b 23Nov1900 Paignton

chr 13Dec1900 Paignton (Frederick Robert)

1901 @ 4 mo b Paignton ^ Alma Terrace, Paignton with parents (Frederick R)

1907, 1911 admitted to Paignton National School (Fred) UK life events

1911 @ 10 b Paignton ^ 5 Prospect Terrace, Colley End, Paignton with parents

17Jun1918 cabinet maker: enlisted in the Royal Air Force as rigger (aero) 198473; transferred to reserve 15May1919 Royal Air Force records

m 1929.2 Totnes, CONNELL (Frederick R)

28Nov1935 Jr 1st class M36295, HMS Resolutionn/Drake: awarded RN Long Service & Good Conduct Medal Royal Navy records

1939 @ 39 ^ Paignton (Frederick R)

d 1973.1 Torbay

sp      Minnie CONNELL

b 23Oct1897

m 1929.2 Totnes

7Jun1930 housewife @ 31 departed Plymouth aboard Balranald for Malta UK shipping & migration

17Jan1931 @ 32 ^ 47 Mills Avenue, Paignton: arrived Plymouth aboard Balranald from Malta UK shipping & migration

1939 @ 41 ^ Paignton

d Mar1990 Torbay

son    Herbert F MITCHELMORE

b 1931.3 Devonport

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0837

head  Ithiel John Crocker MITCHELMORE

b 1885.2 Kingsbridge (John Crocker I)

b 17Apr1885 UK life events

chr 2May1886 Slapton (John Ithieel Crocker)

4Jun1888 admitted to Slapton County Primary School, left 24Aug1888 (John C I) UK life events

20Jun1889 admitted to Slapton County Primary School, left 10Jan1890 (John I C) UK life events

1891 @ 6 b Slapton ^ Poplar Farm, Ewell, Surrey with parents (Thutt)

1895-1898 attended Albury Church of England School, Albury, Surrey (Ithiel) UK life events

1901 farmers son @ 15 b Slapton ^ Rectory Farm, Ockham, Surrey with mother (Ikiel? John Crocker MICHELMORE)

1911 house carpenter @ 25 b Slapton ^ 27 Springcopse Road, Reigate with mother

5Feb1916 carpenter @ 31 b Slapton ^ 31 Shirley Springcopse Road, Reigate with mother: enlisted in British Army, Private 59946, 301st Reserve Labour Corps British Army records

m 1920.2 Dover, PHILPOTT (Ithiel J C)

m 5Apr1920 Lyddon Wesleyan Chapel, Dover: I MITCHELMORE ^ Reigate; A PHILPOTT, eldest daughter of Mr & Mrs F PHILPOTT ^ Stonehall UK newspaper announcements

1939 @ 48 ^ Twickenham (Annie A)

d 1941.3 Brentford @ 56 (Ithiel J C )

d 13Jul1941 73 Fifth Cross Road, Twickenham: probate granted 25Aug1941 Llandudno to Annie Amelia MITCHELMORE, widow, estate £2,351 15s 0d UK wills & probates

sp      Annie Amelia PHILPOTT

b 23Jun1891

m 1920.2 Dover

m 5Apr1920 Lyddon Wesleyan Chapel, Dover

d 1971.2 Hounslow

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Ithiel's estate would have been equivalent to about £25,000 today.


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 2416

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1884.1 Totnes

b 12Feb1884

chr 25Mar1884 Dartmouth St Petrox

1891 scholar @ 7 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents (William H)

1901 plater ship @ 17 b Dartmouth ^ Bayards Cove, Dartmouth with parents (William H)

m 1907.4 Devonport

1910 boiler maker ^ 2 Prospect Cottages, Crother's Hill, Dartmouth

1911 ship place riveter @ 27 b Dartmouth ^ Crowthers Hill, Dartmouth (William)

1939 ^ 44 Above Town, Dartmouth (William) UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 55 ^ Dartmouth (William H)

d 1952.2 Totnes @ 68

sp      Agnes Mary E GREEN

b 1886.2 Newton Abbot

m 1907.4 Devonport

1911 @ 23 b Chudleigh ^ Crowthers Hill, Dartmouth (Agnes)

1939 ^ 44 Above Town, Dartmouth (Mrs) UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 53 ^ Dartmouth (Agnes M)

d 1963.4 Plymouth @ 77 (Agnes M)

dau    Dora Winifred Kathleen MITCHELMORE

b 1909.3 Totnes (Dora Winifred K)

b 26Jun1909

chr 19Jun1910 Dartmouth St Petrox

1911 @ 1 b Dartmouth ^ Crowthers Hill, Dartmouth with parents (Dora)

m 1934.2 Totnes, Gerald A SOUTHCOTT (Dora W K)


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0957

head  Frederick Atherton MITCHELMORE

b 1895.3 Totnes

b 28Jul1895 Dartmouth UK newspaper announcements

chr 4Sep1895 Dartmouth St Saviour

1901 @ 5 b Dartmouth ^ Bayards Cove Hill, Dartmouth with mother (Frederick)

1908 admitted to Kingswear County Primary School (Fred) UK life events

1911 works horses and general farm work @ 15 b Dartmouth ^ Hazard Farm, Harberton (Fred MICHELMORE); head: Alfred TUCKER, farmer

m 1922.1 Bradford on Avon, THOMAS

m 22Jan1922 Broughton Gifford, Wiltshire: Frederick Atherton MITCHELMORE @ 26, father Frederick George MITCHELMORE; Elsie Irene THOMAS @ 31, father Moses THOMAS

m 22Jan1922 St Mary, Broughton Gifford: Frederick Atherton MITCHELMORE, eldest son of the late F G MITCHELMORE & Mrs MITCHELMORE ^ Dartmouth; Elsie Irene THOMAS, eldest daughter of Mr & Mrs M THOMAS ^ Broughton Gifford; by licence UK newspaper announcements

1939 @ 44 ^ Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire (Frederick A)

d 1981.4 East Staffordshire

d 1981 Burton on Trent personal communication

bur 4Jan1981 Bretby Crematorium, Burton on Trent @ 86

sp      Elsie Irene THOMAS

b 5Nov1890

m 1922.1 Bradford on Avon

m 22Jan1922 Broughton Gifford

1939 @ 49 ^ Burton-upon-Trent (Elsie I)

d 1980.1 East Staffordshire

bur 14Jan1980 Bretby Crematorium, Burton on Trent

son    Guy Atherton MITCHELMORE

b 1924.2 Burton


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 1506

head  George Deane MITCHELMORE

b 1900.1 Totnes

b 11Feb1900 Dartmouth UK newspaper announcements

chr 7Mar1900 Dartmouth St Saviour

1901 @ 12 mo b Dartmouth ^ Bayards Cove Hill, Dartmouth with mother (Deane)

1908 admitted to Kingswear County Primary School (Deane) UK life events

1919-1933 Royal Sussex Regiment, made a name for himself as a marksman with a pistol in India about 1925; left the army at the rank of sergeant in the machine gun section personal communication

1925 Lieutenant-Corporal, HQ No. 2 Co., 2nd Bn, Royal Sussex Regiment: won prizes for revolver at shooting competition Singapore records

1933-1939 & 1946-1954 male nurse in a mental hospital near Basingstoke, Hampshire personal communication

m1 1933.4 Basingstoke, WILLIAMS

m1 7Oct1933 Basingstoke personal communication

1939-1946 Military Police personal communication

m2 1952.1 Basingstoke, CROSSLEY

1954 stores assistant, Aldermaston Research Establishment personal communication

1960-1980 ^ Cornwall

d 1982.1 S E Hants

d 3Feb1982 Gosport personal communication

sp1    Mary Jane WILLIAMS

(b 1901)

m 1933.4 Basingstoke

m 7Oct1933 Basingstoke personal communication

cook at same hospital as husband

d 1951.1 Basingstoke @ 49 (Mary J)

1939 @ 38 ^ Basingstoke (Mary J)

died of cancer personal communication

dau    Deanna Magretta MITCHELMORE

b 1937.4 Basingstoke

b 24Oct1937 personal communication

m 1979.1 Norwich Out, John S FAIRHURST

d 1996 Huntly @ 58 (Deanna Margaret)

d 2May1996 Huntly, Aberdeenshire personal communication

living members omitted

sp2    Harriett CROSSLEY

b 12Nov1904

1939 @ 34 ^ Coulsdon & Purley, Surrey

m 1952.1 Basingstoke

met husband when nursing sister at same mental hospital

d 1973.1 Truro (Harriet)


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0920

head  Enos Augustus MITCHELMORE

b 1890.3 Conway

b 29Jul1890 Gadlys House, Llandudno, Carnarvonshire, "to the wife of W A MITCHELMORE, a son" UK newspaper announcements

1891 @ 8 mo ^ 153 Mostyn Street, Llandudno with mother

1901 boarder @ 11 b Llandedew ^ 65 Lord Street, Birkenhead (Emos/Enes); head: Charles HALL

1905-1906 deck boy, Orotava: made several voyages between London and Sydney NSW (E) Australian shipping records

15Oct1907 ordinary seaman, merchant service : enlisted in Royal Navy as Stoker 2, No. 312337; promoted 15Apr1908 Stoker 1, 4Nov1915 Leading Stoker Royal Navy records

1911 stoker 1st class @ 22 b Llandudno ^ HMS SB 99 , Devonport

1919 leading stoker, HMS Southampton: awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal Royal Navy records

5Mar1929 leading stoker 312337, HMS Emperor of India: awarded Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (E/Ernest) Royal Navy records

m 1935.2 Plymouth (Ernest E)

1939 @ 50 ^ Plymouth (Ernest)

d 1971.2 Plymouth (Ernest Enos A)

sp      Margaret L STEER

(b 1895)

m 1935.2 Plymouth

1939 @ 44 ^ Plymouth

d 1962.1 Plymouth @ 67

 

 

The Royal Navy has Enos's birth date as  29Jul1889. Royal Navy records

 

Enos's mother Elizabeth was living in nearby Birkenhead workhouse, Higher Tranmere, at the time of the 1901 census.

 

Enos's father William was the boatswain on the Oratava 1903-1905.

 

Further details of Enos's naval career are available here.


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0219

head  Frederick Thomas Nathaniel MITCHELMORE

b 1888.2 Totnes

b 16Mar1888 Dartmouth Royal Navy records

family bible refers to him as Nathaniel Frederick Thomas, but he was known in the family as Nat personal communication

chr 24Nov1889 Dartmouth St Saviour

1891 @ 3 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents (F T M)

1901 @ 13 b Dartmouth ^ Newcomen Road, Dartmouth with parents (Fred N)

9Apr1910 boilermaker : enlisted in Royal Navy as Acting Engine Room Artificer, No. M1747; promoted 26May1911 ERA4, 9Apr1913 ERA3, 9Apr1917 ERA2, 1Nov1917 Acting Chief ERA2,  9Nov1918 ChERA2, 1Nov1923 ChERA Royal Navy records

m1 1910.3 Totnes

m1 1Aug1910 Dartmouth St Saviour: Frederick Thomas Nathaniel MITCHELMORE, engine room artificer RN @ 22 ^ Newcombe, Dartmouth, father Charles MITCHELMORE, decorator ; Minnie May BURNELL @ 30 ^ Above Town , Dartmouth, father William BURNELL, coastguard ; witnesses William & Mary Charlotte BURNELL

1911 ^ Kynance House, 108 Barton Avenue, Keyham, Devonport

1918 ^ 66 Ocean Street, Keyham, Devonport

1919 chief engine room artificer 2nd class M1747, HMS Vivid: awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (Fredk T N) Royal Navy records

16May1925 chief engine room artificer 1st class M1747, HMS Defiance: awarded Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (Fredk Thos N) Royal Navy records

1939 @ 51 ^ Plymouth (Frederick T H)

m2 1947.4 Plymouth, LAKE

d 1959.4 Totnes @ 71

sp1    Minnie May BURNELL

b 1880.1 Totnes

1881 @ 1 b Paignton ^ Cledland, Paignton with mother Mary at home of grandparents Robert & Diannah MAY (Minnie M)

1901 housemaid domestic @ 21 b Paignton ^ Sidmouth (Minnie)

m 1910.3 Totnes

m 1Aug1910 Dartmouth St Saviour

1911 wife @ 31 b Paignton ^ 16 Tamar Avenue, Devonport. Also in household: her sister May BURNELL

1939 @ 59 ^ Plymouth (Minnie M)

d 1943.1 Plymouth @ 63

d Feb1943 personal communication

son    Frederick George MITCHELMORE

b 1911.4 Devonport

son    Edwin Charles Burnell MITCHELMORE

b 1918.4 Devonport (Edward B)

sp2    Gladys May LAKE

b 1900.1 Devonport

1901 @ 1 b Devonport ^ Devonport with parents

1911 @ 11 b Devonport ^ Devonport with parents (Gladas Maud)

m1 192x, STRINGER

m2 1947.4 Plymouth, MITCHELMORE (Gladys M) [also indexed as Gladys M STRINGER]

m3 1961.1 Plymouth, Edwin T J JONES (Gladys M)

m3 25Mar1961 Plymouth St Augustine, Edwin Thomas John JONES

 

 

 

Nat was baptised at the same ceremony as his brother William .

 

Nat

Nat

 

Further details of Nat's naval career are available here.

 

 

 

 

Minnie with son Frederick

Minnie with son Frederick


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0848

head  William Charles John MITCHELMORE

b 1889.4 Totnes (William Charles C)

b 14Oct1889 Dartmouth, "on Monday evening half past 7 o'clock" personal communication

chr 24Nov1889 Dartmouth St Saviour

1891 @ 1 b Dartmouth ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth with parents (W C J)

1897 admitted to Hockworthy Church of England School (Wm) UK life events

1901 @ 11 b Dartmouth ^ Newcomen Road, Dartmouth with parents (William C J)

m1 1910.2 Totnes

m1 23Apr1910 Dartmouth St Clement: William Charles John MITCHELMORE, painter @ 20 ^ Newcomen Road, Dartmouth, father Frederick Charles MITCHELMORE, painter; Milly Eliza WHITEMORE @ 23 ^ Newport Street, Dartmouth, father George Edward WHITEMORE, sergeant major

1911 house painter @ 21 b Dartmouth ^ 3 Prospect Terrace, Colley End, Paignton (William)

30May1915 driver 12949 Army Service Corps: posted to France; awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (William C J) British Army records

1919 ^ Beaufort Lodge, Townstall, Dartmouth (William) UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 50 ^ Paignton (William)

m2 1943.4 Totnes, FROST

d 1959.1 Norwich @ 69 (William J C)

sp1    Melvina Eliza WHITEMORE

b 1886.2 Totnes

b 188x Kingswear

known as Millie

m 1910.2 Totnes (Millie Eliza)

m 23Apr1910 Dartmouth St Clement

1911 @ 24 b Kingswear ^ 3 Prospect Terrace, Colley End, Paignton (Milly Eliza)

1939 @ 52 ^ Paignton (Millie)

d 1943.1 Totnes @ 55 (Millie)

dau    Phyllis Louise MITCHELMORE

b 1911.1 Totnes

b 17Feb1911 personal communication

chr 26Mar1911 Dartmouth St Saviour

1911 @ 6 wk b Paignton ^ 3 Prospect Terrace, Colley End, Paignton

d 1912.4 Totnes @ 1 (Phyllis L)

d 7Dec1912 @ 21 mo; bur Dartmouth St Saviour at Longcross (Phyllis L)

son    Eric Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1921.3 Totnes

sp2    Dorothy Pretoria M BELL

b 1900.3 Smallburgh

b 28May1900

m1 1921.4 Smallburgh, William J FROST

1939 @ 39 ^ Okehampton (Dorothy S M)

m2 1943.4 Totnes, MITCHELMORE

d Jan1986 Norwich

 

 

 

 

Nat was baptised at the same ceremony as his brother Nat .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1911, William and his family were living next door to his distant cousin Frederick and his family.


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0840

head  Albert Ernest MITCHELMORE

b 1893.1 Totnes

b 24Nov1892 Dartmouth, "at 20 minutes to 6 o'clock" personal communication

known as Bert

1897 admitted to Hockworthy Church of England School (Albert) UK life events

1901 @ 8 b Dartmouth ^ Newcomen Road, Dartmouth with parents (Albert E)

1906 apprenticed as a painter to his father Charles personal communication

1911 painter and decorator @ 18 b Dartmouth ^ Newcomin Road, Dartmouth with parents (Albert Earnest)

29Mar1918 corporal 241989, 2/8th Worcester Regiment B: wounded in the left knee, taken prisoner at Villers-Bretonneux, France (Albert E)  British Army records

14Nov1918 interned at POW camp at Minden, Germany, previously interned at Skalmierschütz, Poland (Albert E) British Army records

1918 ran late father's painting business with brother Arthur personal communication

1919 corporal 5636/241989, Worcestershire Regiment: awarded British War and Victory medals (Albert E) British Army records

1920 sold business & went to work for E A Mitchelmore (owned by his uncle Ernest and then his cousin Frank); specialised in signwriting personal communication

m 1922.1 Totnes, SAUNDERS

m 4Mar1922 Flavel Congregational Church, Dartmouth: Albert Ernest MITCHELMORE, journeyman painter @ 29 ^ 15 Newcomin Road, Dartmouth, father Charles Frederick MITCHELMORE, house painter (deceased); Louisa Katherine SAUNDERS, waitress @ 25 ^ Royal Hotel, Torquay, father William James Pepperell SAUNDERS, chimney sweep (deceased); witness [ bride's brother ] S J SAUNDERS

1923-1927 ^ Ivy Cottage, Ivy Lane, Dartmouth personal communication

1927-1932 ^ Avery's Meadow, 221 Victoria Road, Dartmouth personal communication

1932-1949 ^ 73 Victoria Road personal communication

1939 @ 47 ^ Dartmouth (AlbertE)

1949-1968 ^ 129 Gilda Crescent, Bristol personal communication

d 1968.4 Bristol @ 74

d 2Oct1968 personal communication

sp      Louisa Katherine SAUNDERS

b 28Apr1896 St Saviour's Court, Dartmouth personal communication

m 1922.1 Totnes

m 4Mar1922 Flavel Congregational Church, Dartmouth personal communication

1939 boarding house keeper ^ 73 Victoria Road (Mrs L) UK street & trade directories

d 1973.4 Bristol

1939 @ 43 ^ Dartmouth (Louisa K)

d 15Oct1973

estate valued at £7991 personal communication

son    Leonard Ernest MITCHELMORE

b 1923.1 Totnes

living members omitted

 

Bert's German POW record has his birth date as 24Nov1893. British Army records

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bert was captured at the very start of the First Battle of the Somme .

 

Albert

Bert about 1949

 

Louisa

Louisa before her marriage

 

In relation to average earnings, Louisa's estate would have been equivalent to about £150,000 today.


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 0958

head  Arthur Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1896.2 Totnes

b 9Mar1896 Dartmouth, "on a Monday morning 10 minutes to 3" personal communication

1901 @ 5 b Dartmouth ^ Dartmouth (Arthur E)

1911 apprentice to his father @ 15 b Dartmouth ^ Newcomin Road, Dartmouth with parents

1913 fell through glass roof of the Park Hotel, Paignton, while painting it personal communication

1918-1920 helped brother Albert run late father's painting business personal communication

1919 corporal 772/865300, Royal Field Artillery; awarded British War, Victory and Territorial medals (Arthur E) British Army records

m1 1922.2 Tavistock, BAILEY

1939 @ 43 ^ Paignton (Arthur E)

m2 1961.4 Wood Green, HODGSON

196x spent 3 years in Adelaide personal communication

d 1973.3 Bridgwater

sp1    Nora BAILEY

b 1901.4 Tavistock

b 20Nov1901 personal communication

m1 1922.2 Tavistock, MITCHELMORE

1939 @ 38 ^ Paignton

m2 1955.4 Totnes, Reginald G CURTIS

son    Charles Arthur MITCHELMORE

b 1923.1 Tavistock

son    George Brian MITCHELMORE

b 1927.1 Tavistock

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 1372

head  Ernest Frank Nathaniel MITCHELMORE

b 1906.3 Totnes

b 3Jul1906

chr 6Feb1913 Dartmouth St Saviour

known as Frank

1923 took over his father's painting firm E A Mitchelmore & Son after his father died

m 1931.1 Totnes (Ernest F N)

m 9Mar1931 personal communication

1935-1939 partner in Ernest Mitchelmore & Son, painters & decorators, 9 Fairfax Place, Dartmouth UK businesses

1939 ^ 9 Fairfax Place, Dartmouth (Ernest F) UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 33 ^ Dartmouth (Ernest F W)

26Apr1946 registered E A Mitchelmore & Son Ltd, 9 Fairfax Place, Dartmouth as a limited company (Ernest F N) UK businesses

1946 company director ^ Gothic Cottage, Weeke Hill, Dartmouth (Ernest F N) UK businesses

retired to Babbacombe, Torquay personal communication

d Mar1988 Torbay

sp      Catherine Louise EDWARDS

b 17Jan1911

m 1931.1 Totnes

m 9Mar1931 personal communication

1939 ^ 9 Fairfax Place, Dartmouth (Mrs) UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 28 ^ Dartmouth (Catherine L)

d Aug2001 Torbay

 

 

 

Frank was baptised at the same ceremony.as his siblings Mabel and Geoffrey .


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 1550

head  Alfred Geoffrey Beadon MITCHELMORE

b 1913.1 Totnes

b 14Jan1913 personal communication

known as Geoffrey

chr 6Feb1913 Dartmouth St Saviour

m1 1936.4 Totnes, HARRIS

1939 @ 26 ^ Paignton (E B Alfred)

1966-1967 liquidator of Sewart & Son Lrd and Brixham Aquarium Limited UK businesses

1967-1984 personal representative of 4 deceased persons UK wills & probates

m2 1975.1 Torbay, FOSTER

1991-2001director, H Rawlings (Brixham) Ltd, Exeter UK businesses

2012 ^ Paignton UK businesses

sp1     Mollie Eileen Laura HARRIS

b 30Oct1914

m 1936.4 Totnes

1939 @ 25 ^ Paignton (L Mollie E)

d 1969.4 Torbay @ 55

d 31Oct1969 personal communication

 

 

 

 

Geoffrey was baptised at the same ceremony.as his siblings Mabel and Frank .


Tree 05

Generation 9

Family 1889

head  Kenneth Frude MITCHELMORE

b 1911.1 St Columb (Kenneth F)

b 15Feb1911 Newquay

1911 @ 1 mo b Newquay, Cornwall ^ 6 Mount Wise Cottages, Newquay with parents

m 1958.4 St Austell (Kenneth F)

d Dec1995 St Austell

sp      Mabel Joyce SHEPHERD

b 10Jan1919

m 1958.4 St Austell (Mabel J)

d Dec1997 North Somerset

 
Generation 10

Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1916

head  Lionel George MITCHELMORE

b 1890.3 Brentford

b 26Aug1890

chr 24Mar1901 St Laurence, New Brentford

1891 @ 7 mo b Brentford ^ 27 Boston Road, Ealing, Middlesex with parents (Lionel)

1901 @ 10 b Brentford ^ 79 Boston Road, Old Brentford with parents (Lionel G)

1911 clerk, coal office @ 20 ^ 4 Woodfield Road, Ealing West with siblings (Lionel)

1914-1918 Transport Office, Hood Battalion, Royal Naval Division British Army records

m1 1917.2 Brentford, MILLS

28Dec1917 temporary Sub-Lieutenant, RNVR: awarded the Military Cross Royal Navy records

1Jan1918 temporary sub-lieutenant, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve: awarded the Military Cross Royal Navy records

2Jan1918 sub-lieutenant, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve: mentioned for distinguished service in the field in the Hood Battalion, Royal Navy Division, in France, awarded MC (Lionel G) Royal Navy records

2Dec1924 awarded British War Medal and Victory Medal Royal Navy records

1926-1931 motor agent & engineer trading as Amor & East, 84 King Street, Maidenhead ^ "Castle Leigh", St Marks Road, Maidenhead: bankruptcy proceedings UK businesses

1939 @ 49 ^ Paignton (Lionel G)

1939-1945 received 1939-45 Defence Medal and Special Constabulary Long Service medal British Army records

1942 company manager UK wills & probates

m2 1961.4 Totnes, LITTLEWOOD

d 1971.2 Torbay @ 80

sp1    Edith Dorothy MILLS

(b 1890)

m 1917.2 Brentford (Edith D)

1939 @ 49 ^ Paignton (Edith D)

d 1954.2 Newton Abbot @ 64 (Edith D)

d 20Apr1954 @ 64; bur Kingswear

sp2    Phyllis Kathleen PETERS

b 1912.3 Totnes

b 29Jun1912

1939 @ 27 ^ Brixham (Phyllis K MARSHALL)

m1 1941.3 Totnes, Jesse LITTLEWOOD (Phyllis K)

m2 1961.4 Totnes, MITCHELMORE (Phyllis K)

d 1983.4 Newton Abbot

d 12Aug1983 @ 71; bur Kingswear

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At her first marriage, Phyllis was

registered as "MARSHALL or PETERS". The source of the MARSHALL surname is unknown.


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1375

head  David Oswald MITCHELMORE

b 1901.4 Brentford

b 5Nov1901

chr 16Nov1902 St Paul, Brentford

1911 @ 9 b Brentford ^ 4 Woodfield Road, Ealing West with siblings (David)

m1 1931.2 Lewes, CULLUM (David O)

18Oct1940 commissioned as officer in the Royal Artillery, number 1457905 British Army records

19Oct1940 Cadet 151984, Royal Regiment of Artillery, granted emergency commission as 2nd Lieutenant British Army records

1942 major H Army UK wills & probates

22Jul1952 Captain (Honorary Major) 151984, Royal Regiment of Artillery: awarded Territorial Efficiency Medal (D O)

m2 1960.1 Kensington, MURRAY

1971 dissolved Stock Exchange partnership with Quilter, Hilton, Goodison & Co., brokers (D O) UK businesses

12Apr1973 chairman, The Kingswear Laundry Co Ltd: winding up notice (D O) UK businesses

d Jun1992 Merton

sp1    Edna J CULLUM

(b 1905)

m 1931.2 Lewes

1939 @ 34 ^ Maldon & Coombe, Surrey

d 1957.4 Wandsworth @ 52

living members omitted

sp2    Barbara Ross MURRAY

b 8May1907

1939 @ 32 ^ Brixham (Barbara R)

m 1960.1 Kensington (Barbara R)

d Apr2006 Merton

d 20Apr2006 Heathland Court Nursing Home, 56 Parkside, Wimbledon UK wills & probates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Kingswear Laundry Company was founded by David's grandfather George in 1884.


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1126

head  Henry Douglas MITCHELMORE

b 1904.4 Brentford (Henry D)

b 16Oct1904

chr 25Feb1906 St Paul, Brentford

known as Douglas

m1 1928.4 Epsom, HILDESLEY (Henry D)

1911 @ 6 b Brentford ^ 4 Woodfield Road, Ealing West, Brentford with siblings (Douglas)

1923-1947 Pilot Officer, Flying Officer and Flight Lieutenant 18023, General Duties Branch, Royal Air Force Officers Reserve (H D) Royal Air Force records

1939 @ 35 ^ Bagshot, Surrey (Henry D)

m2 1948.1 Totnes, RUSHTON

d Mar1989 Torbay

sp1    Kathleen Dora HILDESLEY

b 1908.3 Wandsworth

m1 1928.4 Epsom, MITCHELMORE

1939 @ 35 ^ Bagshot

m2 1953.3 Surrey MidE, Desmond L HARRIS

sp2    Diana F RUSHTON

b 192x

m 1948.1 Totnes

d 31Oct2007 Paignton Hospital, Paignton, "wife of the late Squn Ldr Douglas MITCHELMORE and a good friend to the residences of Compton" UK newspaper announcements

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1565

head  James Ivor MITCHELMORE

b 1910.2 Watford

b 11May1910

1911 @ 10 mo b Watford ^ 55 Chester Road, Watford with parents

m1 1938.4 Watford, BAILEY

1939 @ 29 ^ Banbury, Oxfordshire (James I)

m2 1971.3 Banbury, LYTLE

d Dec1994 Banbury

sp1    Dora BAILEY

(b 1914)

m 1938.4 Watford

1939 @ 25 ^ Banbury

d 1968.2 Oxford @ 53

living members omitted

sp2    Irene LYTLE

b 10Jul1912

m 1971.3 Banbury

d 1982.2 Banbury


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1573

head  Gerald Edgar MITCHELMORE

b 1911.2 Watford (Gerald E)

b 7May1911

1939 @ 28 ^ Watford (Edgar G)

m1 1939.3 Watford, DOWN (Gerald E)

m2 1957.2 Watford, YOUNG (Gerald E)

d Sep1994 Watford

living members omitted

sp2     Margaret Eva YOUNG

b 13Jul1914

m 1957.2 Watford

d Aug2006 Watford

Gerald

Gerald


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1784

head  Frederick Mervyn MITCHELMORE

b 1909.2 Watford

1911 @ 2 b Watford, Hertfordshire ^ 122 Kings Avenue, Watford with parents (Frederick)

1939 @ 30 ^ Watford with mother (Frederick M)

m1 1948.3 Manchester, WHITE (Frederick M)

m2 1953.1 Manchester, YATES (Frederick H)

d 7Jul2007; bur Altrincham Crematorium, Cheshire [cremated]

sp1     Gwenlan A WHITE

(b 1915)

m1 1935.1 Manchester S, Charles R MORTON

1939 @ 24 ^ Machester

m2 1948.3 Manchester, MITCHELMORE

d 1952.2 Merioneth @ 37

sp2     Olga E YATES

b 1915.2 Chorlton

m 1953.1 Manchester

d 26Jun2008 Altrincham Crematorium, Altrincham

 

Frederick

Frederick


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1778

head  Ronald Wilfred James MITCHELMORE

b 1917.4 Watford (Ronald W J)

b 12Oct1917

1938 enlisted in Royal Artillery, No. 1572391: transferred to Royal Engineers British Army records

m 1950.2 Watford (Ronald W J)

d Apr1990 New Forest

living members omitted

Ronald

Ronald


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1579

head  Roy Stanley MITCHELMORE

b 1918.2 Isle of Wight (Roy S)

b 29Apr1918

m1 1939.4 Portsmouth, BAILEY (Roy S MITCHEL-MORE)

m2 1949.3 Portsmouth, PARIKIAN (Roy S)

d Jun1987 Petersfield

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1507

head  Edward George MITCHELMORE

b 1910.4 St Columb (Edward G)

b 15Oct1910 Newquay, Cornwall

chr 4Dec1910 Newquay Claremont United Methodist

1911 @ 6 mo b Newquay ^ 1 Railway Terrace, Newquay with parents (Edwrad George MITCHELMOUR)

known as George

m 1933.4 St Columb (Edward G)

1939 @ 29 ^ Newquay with parents (Edward G)

14Jan1944 Corporal 1190209, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve: mentioned in despatches by Air Officers Commanding-in-Chief Royal Air Force records

d Jul2004 St Austell

d 16Jul2004 Newquay @ 93, husband of late Mary, father of Michael (George) UK newspaper announcements

bur 23Jul2004 Claremont Methodist Church, Newquay UK newspaper announcements

sp      Mary HODGE

b 12May1909

m 1933.4 St Columb

1939 @ 30 ^ Newquay with parents-in-law

d 1983.3 St Austell

bur 9Jan2007 Claremont Methodist Church, Newquay UK newspaper announcements

son    Michael G E MITCHELMORE

b 1934.2 St Columb

d 1Jan2007 Newquay @ 72, son of the late George and Mary UK newspaper announcements

bur 9Jan2007 Claremont Methodist Church, Newquay UK newspaper announcements

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1535

head  William G MITCHELMORE

b 1912.3 St Columb

b 9Aug1912

m 1935.3 St Columb, STAFFIERI

1939 @ 27 ^ Newquay, Cornwall

d Jul1986 St Austell

sp      Restetuta STAFFIERI

b 27Jun1908

m 1935.3 St Columb

1939 @ 27 ^ Newquay

d Dec1988 St Austell

son    John Barry MITCHELMORE

b 1936.4 St Austell

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1587

head  Garfield MITCHELMORE

b 1918.3 St Columb

m 1940.3 St Austell, OSBORNE

d 1963.4 St Austell @ 45

sp      Edith Maud OSBORNE

b 27Oct1916

m 1940.3 St Austell (Edith M)

d Jun2001 St Austell

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1727

head  William N MITCHELMORE

b 1921.1 Wirral

m 1942.3 W Cheshire. MORRISON

d 1956.3 Wrexham @ 35

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 3020

head  Richard Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 6Jan1915 Green Island Cove NL

known as Thomas

1921 @ 6 b Jan1915 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents (Richard)

1935 unm fisherman (cod fishery) @ 20 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents, British, Anglican

m 1Oct1938 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, MITCHELMORE

1945 @ 30 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove (Thomas)

1949-1953 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (Thomas Jr) Other North American population surveys

1968 labourer ^ Green Island Cove (Thomas) Other North American population surveys

1972-1974 pensioner ^ Green Island Cove (Thomas) Other North American population surveys

d 9Oct1990; bur Green Island Cove (Thamas)

living members omitted

 

Richard

Richard


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 3021

head  Leander MITCHELMORE

b 8Jan1918 Green Island Cove NL

1921 @ 3 b Jan1918 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

1935 fisherman (cod fishery) @ 17 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents, British, Anglican

m 25May1938 School Chapel, Green Island Brook NL

1945 @ 28 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1957-1968 labourer ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1972 carpenter ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 22Mar1973; bur Anglican Cemetery, Main Brook NL, "b 8Jan1918”. Named on same memorial: his wife Minnie

d 22Mar1973; bur Anglican Cemetery, Main Brook NL, "b 8Jan1918". Named on same memorial: his wife Minnie

sp      Minnie NOSEWORTHY

b 2Apr1917 Green Island Brook

m 25May1938 Green Island Brook

1945 @ 28 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1957-1972 ^ Green Island Cove (Mrs) Other North American population surveys

1974 widow ^ Main Brook Other North American population surveys

d 13Oct1998; bur Anglican Cemetery, Main Brook, "b 2Apr1917"

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 3022

head  Truman MITCHELMORE

b Nov1919 Green Island Cove NL

1921 @ 1 b Nov1919 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

1935 at school @ 15 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents, British, Anglican

7Aug1941 @ 23 b NL: arrived Liverpool aboard Svend Foyn from New York with cousin Samuel, next of kin Mrs Sarah MITCHELMORE, St Barbe; member of Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit group UK shipping & migration

1945 @ 26 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

m 17Dec1946 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, MITCHELMORE

1949-1957 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1965-1974 labourer ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 4Aug1983; bur Green Island Cove. Named on same memorial: his wife Annie

sp      Annie Martha MITCHELMORE

b 12Sep1925

1935 @ 9 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with grandmother Annie, British, Anglican

1945 @ 20 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with "uncle" [actually first cousin once removed] Norman (Annie M)

m 17Dec1946 Green Island Cove

1949-1974 housewife ^ Green Island Cove (Annie M/Mrs) Other North American population surveys

d 1983; bur Green Island Cove

Truman & Annie

Truman and Annie

 

Truman and Annie were second cousins.


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 3023

head  Theophilus MITCHELMORE

b 22May1916 Green Island Cove NL

known as "Oph"

1921 @ 5 b May1916 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

1935 unm fisherman (cod fishery) b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with cousin Emmanuel

m 8Nov1936 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, MCLEAN

1945 @ 29 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove

1949-1968 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

1972-1974 carpenter ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 22Jul1988; bur Green Island Cove. Named on same memorial: his father Richard

sp      Augustina McLEAN

b 11Aug1920 Green Island Cove

m 8Nov1936 Green Island Cove

1945 @ 29 [sic] b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove (Augustine)

1949-1974 housewife ^ Green Island Cove (Augustina/Mrs) Other North American population surveys

d before 2015

dau    Effie Blanche MITCHELMORE

b 2Mar1938

d 9Mar1938; bur Green Island Cove

dau    Lydia S MITCHELMORE

b 24Mar1939

1945 @ 6 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

m 24Aug1958, Aaron CHAMBERS

d before 2015

son    Willis MITCHELMORE

b 15Jan1950

living members omitted

Theophilus

Theophilus as a young man


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 3024

head  Richard Churchill MITCHELMORE

b 31Mar1919 Green Island Cove NL

known as Churchill

1921 @ 2 b Mar1919 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents (Richard C)

30Jul1940 fisherman @ 21: arrived Liverpool aboard Newfoundland from St John NB, last permanent residence Canada, intending to reside permanently in England (Richard) UK shipping & migration

1940-1945 served in World War 2: seaman 211438, 9th Contingent Royal Navy (Newfoundland) ^ St Anthony NL (Richard C) Canadian military records

m 1942 St Giles, Edinburgh, LANYON (Richard C)

13Apr1945 arrived New York aboard Queen Elizabeth from Gourock, Scotland: naval rating LT/JX 211438 SEA (PSGL), destination HMS Seaborn (Richard )

1957 driver ^ St Anthony NL (Churchill) Other North American population surveys

1968 labourer ^ St Anthony NL (Churchill) Other North American population surveys

1972-1974 pensioner ^ St Anthony NL (Churchill) Other North American population surveys

d 5Oct2002 @ 83, World War 2 veteran North American newspaper announcements

sp      Doris Violet LANYON

b 1915.4 Redruth

b 15Oct1915

known as Doreen

m 1942 St Giles, Edinburgh, LANYON (Doreen Violet)

18Mar1946 @ 30  ^ 11 Reedville, Birkenhead: departed Liverpool aboard Scythia for Halifax NS, intending to reside in New Zealand (Doris V) UK shipping & migration

1957-1974 housewife ^ St Anthony (Mrs/Doreen) Other North American population surveys

d 22Oct2004 St Anthony @ 89 North American newspaper announcements

living members omitted

 

Richard

Churchill


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 3025

head  Malcolm MITCHELMORE

b 7May1921 Green Island Cove NL

1921 @ 3 mo b May1921 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

m 194x

1957-1968 fisherman/labourer ^ St Anthony NL Other North American population surveys

d 2001; bur New Anglican Cemetery, St Anthony NL, "b 1921" North American memorial inscriptions

d 11Apr2001 St Anthony @ 79, formerly ^ Shirley's Haven North American newspaper announcements

sp      Helen ??

b 192x

m 194x

1968 ^ St Anthony (Mrs) Other North American population surveys

d 19xx, "wife of 30 yr" North American newspaper announcements

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 3027

head  Guy MITCHELMORE

b 22Jan1924 Green Island Cove NL

m 21Sep1944 St Anthony NL, HODGE North American life events

1957-1974 labourer/carpenter ^ Main Brook NL Other North American population surveys

d 23Apr1998; bur Anglican Cemetery, Main Brook, "b 1924"

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 3111

head  Royal Lancelot MITCHELMORE

b 5Mar1936 Green Island Cove

1945 @ 9 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents and grandparents (Royal L)

m 195x, GALE

1957 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (Royal) Other North American population surveys

1968 aircraft engineer ^ Apt 14, 45 Swordbill Drive, Etobicoke ON (Roy) Other North American population surveys

1972-1974 labourer ^ Griquet NL (R) Other North American population surveys

1974 taxi driver ^ 3061 Lafontaine Road, Mississauga ON (Royal) Other North American population surveys

d 25May2011 Western Memorial Hospital, Corner Brook NL (Royal Lancelott) North American newspaper announcements

sp       Clarice GALE

b 193x

m 195x

1957 ^ Green Island Cove (Mrs Royal) Other North American population surveys

1968 factory operator ^ Apt 14, 45 Swordbill Drive, Etobicoke Other North American population surveys

1974 ^ 3061 Lafontaine Road, Mississauga Other North American population surveys

d Mar2004 Toronto ON North American newspaper announcements

living members omitted

 

Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 3030

head  Levi MITCHELMORE

b 20Feb1925 Green Island Cove NL

1935 at school @ 10 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with uncle John

1945 @ 20 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with "uncle" [actually great-uncle] John

m 18Jan1948 School Chapel, Green Island Cove, PARRILL

1949-1972 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 8Nov1993; bur Green Island Cove

living members omitted

 

 

A photograph of Levi as a young man is available here.


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 3031

head  William Austin MITCHELMORE

b 18Nov1926

1935 @ 8 b NL ^ Green Island Cove NL with parents, British, Anglican (William A)

1945 @ 19 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents (William A)

1949 fishernan ^ Green Island Cove (William A) Other North American population surveys

m 195x

1953-1957 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (Willie Austin) Other North American population surveys

?1957-1958 food service ^ Goose Bay (W/William) Other North American population surveys

1968 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (William A) Other North American population surveys

d 22Jul1969; bur Green Island Cove

living members omitted

William

William


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 3032

head  Reginald Rudolph MITCHELMORE

b 31Jul1920 Green Island Cove NL

1921 @ 1 b Jul1902 Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents (Regin'd A)

1935 @ 15 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents, British, Anglican (Reginald)

1945 @ 25 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove (Reginald)

m1 2May1943 St Barnabas, Flower's Cove NL: Reginald MITCHELMORE, fisherman @ 22 ^ Green Island Cove, father Austin MITCHELMORE, fisherman; Joanna GENGE, domestic @ 18 ^ Flower's Cove, father Henry GENGE, trader; witness Emily GENGE

1949-1968 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove (Reginald) Other North American population surveys

m2 197x

1972 carpenter ^ Green Island Cove (Reginald) Other North American population surveys

1974 woodcutter ^ Happy Valley NL (Reginald) Other North American population surveys

d 14Jul2004 St Anthony NL @ 83; bur Anglican Cemetery, Green Island Cove

sp1     Johanna GENGE

b 192x

m 2May1943 St Barnabas, Flower's Cove

1945 @ 20 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove (Josie)

1949-1965 ^ Green Island Cove (Josie/Mrs) Other North American population surveys

d 1966; bur Green Island Cove (Joanna)

dau    Julie MITCHELMORE

b 1946 personal communication

d 1966 personal communication

living members omitted

sp2     Mary ??

b 192x

m 197x

1974 ^ Happy Valley Other North American population surveys

d before 2004 North American newspaper announcements

living members omitted

 

Reginald

Reginald

 

A photograph of Reginald as an older man is available here.


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 3034

head  Clyde MITCHELMORE

b 29May1930 Green Island Cove NL

1935 @ 5 b NL ^ Green Island Cove with parents

1945 unm @ 15 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents

m 3Jan1952 School Chapel, Black Duck Cove NL, DREDGE

1953-1974 fisherman ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

d 6Jun2010 NL

 living members omitted

Clyde

Clyde


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 3041

head  Winsor W MITCHELMORE

b 4Jul1945 Green Island Cove NL [twin]

1945 @ 4 mo b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents (Winsor)

m 1Jul1967, GENGE

1968-1974 welder ^ Green Island Cove (Winsor) Other North American population surveys

d 27May2003 St John's NL @ 58 ^ Green Island Cove

d 2003; bur Green Island Cove

 living members omitted

Winsor

Winsor


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1885

head  Dennis George MITCHELMORE

b 1931.3 Kingsbridge

b 15Jun1931

1939 @ 8 ^ Kingbridge (Dennis MITCHMORE)

m 1957.3 Kingsbridge

d Jul1985 Kingsbridge

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 2094

head  Guy MITCHELMORE

b 1946.1 Brentford

b 4Mar1946

24Jun1948 @ 2 ^ Ormsby Lodge, The Avenue, Bedford Park: departed Liverpool aboard Accra for Lagos, Nigeria with parents (Master) UK shipping & migration

13Feb1950 @ 3: arrived Liverpool aboard Apapa from Lagos, Nigeria with parents UK shipping & migration

24Apr1952 @ 6 ^ 157 Bells Lane, London: departed Liverpool aboard Aureol for Lagos, Nigeria with parents UK shipping & migration

23Nov1953 @ 7: arrived Liverpool aboard Aureol from Lagos with parents UK shipping & migration

m1 1967.3 Southwark

m2 1977.2 Chesterfield

d Dec2006 Norwich

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1754

head  Anthony John MITCHELMORE

b 1931.2 Newton Abbot

b 2Apr1931

m 1953.4 Newton Abbot

10Apr1964 petty officer 835914 HMS Centaur: awarded Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (Anthony J) Royal Navy records

d 1972.1 Epping @ 40

died in a car accident personal communication

sp       Mary Monica CARROLL

b 16Sep1930

m 1953.4 Newton Abbot (Mary M)

d Sep2002 Wakefield

d 13Sep2002; bur Wakefield Crematorium [cremated] (Mary Monica LAWRENCE aka MITCHELMORE)

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is not known why Mary took the surname LAWRENCE. No second marriage has been found.


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 2139

head  Robert Brendon MITCHELMORE

b 1945.2 Bristol

m 1968.3 Plymouth, BILLINGS

member of Plymouth police force until retirement personal communication

d Dec2013 Plymouth personal communication

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1929

head  Herbert F MITCHELMORE

b 1931.3 Devonport

m 1962.1 Totnes, COCKER

3May2007 nominated as candidate in the Kingsbridge Parish Council elections (H F) UK life events

d 5Oct2011 (Herbert) UK newspaper announcements

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1106

head  Guy Atherton MITCHELMORE

b 1924.2 Burton (Guy A)

b 2Apr1924

m 1949.3 Leeds, SPEIGHT (Guy A)

m 19xx All Saints, Leeds

d Aug1999 East Staffordshire

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1554

head  Frederick George MITCHELMORE

b 1911.4 Devonport

b 16Sep1911 Devonport UK newspaper announcements

chr 8Oct1911 Plymouth St Thomas

m 1937.2 Devonport, JOLIFFE

m 12Jun1937 Plymouth St Philip

1939 @ 28 ^ Birmingham (Frederick G)

d 1982.3 Isle of Wight

d 10Sep1982 personal communication

sp      Doreen Marjorie JOLIFFE

b 19Feb1910

m 1937.2 Devonport

m 12Jun1937 Plymouth St Philip

d Jul1998 Birmingham

1939 @ 29 ^ Birmingham (Doreen M)

living members omitted

For a photograph of Frederick as a young boy, see above.


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1726

head  Edwin Charles Burnell MITCHELMORE

b 1918.4 Devonport (Edward B)

b 5Dec1918 Devonport UK newspaper announcements

known as Ted

194x corporal, Royal Military Police, posted to RAF base at Goldsboro near Whitby, Yorkshire personal communication

194x called off engagement to Devon girl to marry wife; this angered brother Fred, who wrote to Ted's army superiors asking them to prevent the wedding taking place personal communication

m 1943.3 Whitby (Edwin C B)

d Jun1993 Whitby (Edwin Charles B)

sp      Lilian POTTAS

b 1920.2 Whitby

b 24Feb1920

194x met husband while visiting Goldboro RAF base in her NAAFI van personal communication

m 1943.3 Whitby

d Jun2003 North Yorkshire

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 2430

head  Eric Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1921.3 Totnes (Eric C)

b 24Aug1921

m1 1943.1 Exeter, POOK (Eric C)

m2 1965.4 Merton, PAICE (Eric C)

d May1984 Torbay

living members omitted

sp2    Gladys Patricia PAICE

b 8Jul1930

m 1965.4 Merton

d Nov1995 Torbay


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1792

head  Leonard Ernest MITCHELMORE

b 1923.1 Totnes

b 15Jan1923 15 Newcomin Road, Dartmouth personal communication

1940 joined Royal Air Force, qualified as instrument maker, posted to St Athens, nr Barry personal communication

m 1945.2 Bristol, PARSONS

m 16Jun1945 Bristol St Anne personal communication

1947 posted to Egypt, bought himself out in 1948 personal communication

1948 ^ 151 Fortfield Road, Bristol personal communication

bought general store at 27 Leight Street, Bedminster, then watchmakers at 32 Wells Road and a house at 2 Clive Road personal communication

1969-1980 primary school teacher personal communication

qualified pianist and church organist personal communication

1980 ^ Carhampton, Somerset personal communication

1989 ^ 21 Links Drive, Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset personal communication

d 13Jun2007 Burnham-on-Sea Hospital, Somerset @ 84 UK newspaper announcements

sp      Joyce Frances PARSONS

b 14Jul1922 Bristol personal communication

member of Women's Auxiliary Air Force, stationed at St Athens, nr Barry personal communication

m 1945.2 Bristol

m 16Jun1945 Bristol St Anne personal communication

d Jul2004 North Somerset

d 19Jul2004 Weston Super Mare Hospital, Weston Super Mare  @ 82 ^ Burnham-on-Sea UK newspaper announcements

bur 21Jun2004 Methodist Church, Burnham-on-Sea UK newspaper announcements

living members omitted

 

Leonard & family

Leonard, Joyce and child

 (taken about 1949)


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 1755

head  Charles Arthur MITCHELMORE

b 1923.1 Tavistock

b 28Jan1923

known as Boysey personal communication

m1 1947.4 Woolwich, PIERCE

m1 27Dec1947 Eltham personal communication

22Apr1951 appointed 2nd Lieutenant 416850, Army Cadet Force, Devon British Army records

14Jan1953 2nd Lieutentant 416850, Army Cadet Force, Devon: resigns his commission (C A) British Army records

1955 divorced by wife on grounds of adultery personal communication

m2 1956.1 Exeter, BOND (Charles A)

manager of W H Smith, Plymouth personal communication

d Sep1995 Plymouth

sp1    Doris Violet PIERCE

b 1922.3 Faversham (Doris V)

b 3Aug1922

head prefect at King's Park Girls' School personal communication

m 1947.4 Woolwich (Doris V)

m 27Dec1947 Eltham personal communication

executive officer, Ministry of Defence personal communication

d Sep2004 Braintree

d 31Aug2004 Braintree personal communication

sp2    Doris Evelyn BOND

b 191x personal communication

m 1956.1 Exeter (Doris E)

2004 ^ Plymouth personal communication

d 21Jul2014 Derriford Hospital, Plymouth UK newspaper announcements

bur 7Aug2014 Efford Crematorium UK newspaper announcements

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 10

Family 0956

head  George Brian MITCHELMORE

b 1927.1 Tavistock (George B)

b 31Dec1926

1943-1947 served in army in India

m 1950.2 Totnes (George B)

painter, decorator & builder

20Aug1966-Feb1969 ^ Eden Hills, Adelaide SA

2000-2004 director, Dean Prior (Management) Ltd, St Marks Road , Torquay UK businesses

d Jan2004 Torbay

d 19Jan2004 Torbay Hospital, Torquay @ 77 UK newspaper announcements

living members omitted

 

 
Generation 11

Tree 05

Generation 11

Family 1926

head  John Barry MITCHELMORE

b 1936.4 St Austell

b 18Sep1936

m 1959.1 Basford, DOMINY

d Jun2003 Truro

living members omitted


Tree 05

Generation 11

Family 3048

head  Stanley MITCHELMORE

b 28Dec1940

1945 @ 5 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove NL with parents (Chesley?)

1965 welder ^ Green Island Cove Other North American population surveys

m 2Jul1966

1972-1974 welder ^ Wabush, Labrador NL Other North American population surveys

d Nov1999 Kamloops BC North American newspaper announcements

living members omitted

Stanley & Ruby

Stanley and Ruby


Tree 05

Generation 11

Family 3049

head  Richard Churchill MITCHELMORE

b 22Jul1943

1945 @ 3 b Green Island Cove ^ Green Island Cove with parents (Richard C)

1965-1972 labourer ^ Green Island Cove NL (Churchill) Other North American population surveys

1972 miner ^ Room 442, Polaris 4, Thompson MB (Churchill R) Other North American population surveys

m 2Jan1973, CAINES

d before Dec2002

sp      Dorcas CAINES

b 30May1946

m 2Jan1973

d Dec2002 Cambridge ON North American newspaper announcements

living members omitted

 

 

 

 

 

Richard's brother Willis was also mining in Manitoba in 1972.


Tree 05

Generation 11

Family 3052

head  Willis MITCHELMORE

b 15Jan1950

1972 labourer ^ Green Island Cove NL Other North American population surveys

1972 miner ^ Dickstone MB Other North American population surveys

1972 ^ Wabush, Labrador NL with brother Stanley (Willie) Other North American population surveys

m 1972.4 Bradford

m 6Dec1972 personal communication

div

d 30Nov2015 @ 65 North American newspaper announcements

bur 17Dec2015 Green Island Cove North American newspaper announcements

living members omitted