M*CH*MORE One Name Study

SOUTHERN SOUTH HAMS

Tree 09. Descendants of Edmond MYCHELLMORE
(East Allington 155x)

This tree is one of the two trees that have been traced back to 17th century East Allington. DNA evidence suggests that is is closely related to the other one (Tree 05) as well as to another Southern South Hams tree, Tree 08. It is probably also related to the unlinked individuals in Tree 101. A discussion of the relationship between the various Southern South Ham trees and subtrees is available here.

Edmund moved to Charleton in 1637 and Walter moved to Stokenham in 1668 and by the end of the 17th century there were no longer any members of this tree living in East Allington. After that the tree spread out across the South Hams, ranging from Malborough to Stoke Fleming.

A movement away from Devon began at the start of the 19th century. Several members emigrated overseas: John emigrated to the USA in 1816; Susanna went to New York in 1849; Alpheus C Mitchell moved to Australia about 1853; Mary emigrated to Australia with her husband in 1858; Charles Henry emigrated to the USA in 1872; John Henry went to New York about 1891, but returned within three years; Charles Peters and his brother Alpheus moved to Canada, in 1899; William Henry and his sister Beatrice emigrated to New Zealand about 1903; John went to Zimbabwe (or Southern Rhodesia, as it then was) about 1910;  William Henry went to Canada in 1911; Leslie Frank moved to Canada in 1921 and then to the USA five years later; the brothers Harold James and Cyril Emmanuel emigrated to Australia in 1923; and Charles Ewart emigrated to New Zealand with his family in 1926. Apart from Samuel, whose line appears to have died out, and John Henry, who returned to Devon after three years in New York, their descendants are still living in those countries today.

Among the less adventurous, several members of this tree moved to Wales: Samuel went to work in the coal mines near Aberdare about 1830, and in the 1860s William Henry moved to a village near Dolgelly and Albert moved to a village near Barmouth. The 1880s saw several more families migrate: William moved to London, his brother Philip Henry following him about 10 years later; Nicholas Thomas Bell moved to South Shields, Durham; William Henry moved to Bournemouth; and William Richard Edwards moved to Somerset, eventually becoming mayor of Yeovil. Later, James Henry moved to Bristol in the 1890s and William Richard moved to Portsmouth in the 1920s.

With one or two exceptions, the members of this tree have spelt their surname MITCHELMORE since early in the 18th century. The major exception is Alpheus C Mitchell, who changed his family name to MITCHELL when he arrived in Australia; his descendants have not been traced.

Underlining indicates the latest update (#33).

Generation 1

Tree 09

Generation 1

Family 0390

head  Edmond MYCHELLMORE

b 155x

1569 billman ^ East Allington (MICHELMOR) Early UK population returns

m 18Jan1578/79 East Allington (MYCHELLMOR)

1605 East Allington: will probate granted to [his son] Edmund (Edmund MICHELLMORE) UK wills & probates

sp      Johane NORRYS

b 155x

m 18Jan1578/79 East Allington

son    Edmund MICHELMORE

chr 28Sep1579

dau    Thomasyne MYCHELLMORE

chr 16Apr1582 East Allington

dau    Johanne MYCHELLMORE

chr 16Apr1586 East Allington

son    John MYCHELLMORE

chr 19Jul1589 East Allington

son    Walter MYCHELLMORE

chr 5Dec1592 East Allington

 

Edmond and his descendants were previously listed in Tree 101. If he was born in East Allington, he must have been baptised before 1556.

Generation 2

Tree 09

Generation 2

Family 0707

head  Edmund MICHELMORE

chr 28Sep1579

m Nov1606 East Allington (Edward)

sp      Joane? TURBON?

b 158x

m Nov1606 East Allington

son    Edmund MICHELMORE

chr 26Dec1608 East Allington

son    Richard MICHELMORE

chr 24Jun1612 East Allington

son    Walter MYCHELLMORE

chr 13Mar1618 East Allington

 


Tree 09

Generation 2

Family 1839

head  Walter MYCHELLMORE

chr 5Dec1592 East Allington

m 162x

sp      ? ??

b 159x

m 162x

dau    Jane MITCHELMORE

b 1Mar1631 East Allington

 

Generation 3

Tree 09

Generation 3

Family 1494

head  Edmund MICHELMORE

chr 26Dec1608 East Allington

m 29Jan1636/37 Charleton: Edmond MOCHEMORE; Jane TERNY

bur 28Apr1689 Charleton (Edmound MUCHAMORE)

sp      Jane TERNY

b 16xx

m 29Jan1636/37 Charleton

dau    Jane MITCHAMORE

chr 2Feb1641/42 Charleton

son    Edward MUCHELMORE

b 164x

son    John MUCHAMORE

chr 7Apr1645 Charleton

 

 


Tree 09

Generation 3

Family 0758

head  Walter MYCHELLMORE

chr 13Mar1618 East Allington

m 15Feb1640 East Allington, JEFERY

1641 ^ East Allington: recorded in Protestation Returns Early UK population returns

sp      Margaret JEFERY

b 161x

m 15Feb1640 East Allington

bur 26Jan1682 East Allington

son    Walter MICHELMORE

chr 20Feb1641/42 East Allington

son    Nicholas MICHELMORE

chr 30Nov1645 East Allington

?bur 20Nov1663 Stokenham (MUCHEMOR)

dau    Mary MICHELMORE

chr 10Dec1646 East Allington

dau    Alce MICHELMOR

chr 6Feb1649/50 East Allington

 

Walter and his descendant were previously listed in Tree 01. Only updates to the old Tree 01 are indicated below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Walter started a tradition of naming the eldest son of the eldest son Walter that only died out in Generation 7 when Walter died childless.

Generation 4

Tree 09

Generation 4

Family 0589

head  Edward MUCHELMORE

b 164x

m 28Nov1665 Charleton

bur 26May1689 Charleton

sp      Mary ARENELL

b 163x

m 28Nov1665 Charleton

son    John MUCHELMORE

chr 23Dec1666 Charleton

son    Edmond MUCHAMORE

chr 22Nov1668 Charleton

dau    Dorothy MUCHELMORE

chr 12Jul1671 Charleton

dau    Mary MUCHELMORE

chr Mar1672/73 Charleton

 


Tree 09

Generation 4

Family 0154

head  John MUCHAMORE

chr 7Apr1645 Charleton

m 167x

sp      ? ??

b 164x

m 167x

son    John MUCHAMORE

chr Sep1677 Charleton

 

 


Tree 09

Generation 4

Family 2121

head  Walter MICHELMORE

chr 20Feb1641/42 East Allington

m1 29May1668 Stokenham, TUCKER? (MUCHMORE)

m2 168x

bur 23Dec1711 Stokenham (MUCHMORE)

sp1    Honour TUCKER?

b 164x

m 29May1668 Stokenham

bur 11May1717 Stokenham (MUCHMORE)

dau    Anne MUCHMORE

chr 7Jan1668/69 Stokenham

son    Walter MUCHMOR

chr 16Apr1672 Stokenham

son    Samuel MOUCHEMOR

chr 20Feb1676/77 Stokenham

sp2    Elizabeth ??

b 164x

m 168x

bur 5Dec1683 Stokenham, "wife of Walter MUCHMER"

son    John MUCHMORE

chr 25Jun1682 Stokenham

bur 22Sep1682 Stokenham

dau    Elizabeth MUCHMOOR

chr 8Nov1683 Stokenham

bur 2Jun1707 Stokenham (Eliz MUCHEMORE)

 

Generation 5

Tree 09

Generation 5

Family 0407

head  John MUCHELMORE

chr 23Dec1666 Charleton

m 26Jul1693 Charleton, LISTON (MUCHEMORE)

?bur 21Feb1720/21 Charleton (MITCHELMORE)

?bur 24May1741 Charleton (MUCHAMORE)

sp      Elinor LISTON

b 167x

m 26Jul1693 Charleton

bur 4Jul1697 Charleton (MUCHEMORE)

son    John MUCHEMORE

chr 11Feb1695/96 Charleton

 

 

 

 

The 1741 burial record may refer to John.


Tree 09

Generation 5

Family 0311

head  Edmond MUCHAMORE

chr 22Nov1668 Charleton

m1 3Nov1687 Charleton, LOCK (Edward)

m2 20Jul1719 Woodleigh, EFFORD (Edward)

sp1    Elizabeth LOCK

chr 10Apr1665 Charleton, “daughter of Roger”

m 3Nov1687 Charleton

bur 19Jan1717/18 Charleton

son    Edward MUCHAMORE

chr 27Jan1688/89 Charleton, “son of Edward & Elizabeth”

?bur 28Apr1689 Charleton (Edmound)

?bur 26May1689 Charleton

dau    Margaret MUCHMORE

chr 30Mar1690 Charleton, “daughter of Edward & Elizabeth”

?m 26Dec1714 Woodleigh, John LEE

son    Andrew MUCHEMORE

chr 13Aug1693 Charleton

dau    Elizabeth MUCHEMOR

chr Feb1695/96 Charleton, “daughter of Edd & Elizabeth”

dau    Mary MUCHEMORE

chr 8Aug1699 Charleton, “daughter of Edmond & Elizabeth”

son    Edward MUCHAMOR

chr 29Nov1702 Charleton, "son of Edward"

son    John MICHELMORE

chr 2Jul1705 Charleton, “son of Edward & Elizabeth”

bur 9Aug1705 Charleton, "child of Edward"

son    Richard MICHELMOR

chr Oct1706 Charleton, “son of Edward & Elizabeth”

bur 13Apr1707 Charleton, “child of Edward & Elizabeth”

sp2    Joan EFFORD

b 167x

m 20Jul1719 Woodleigh

1735 ^ Moreleigh, widow: issued settlement certificate for Charleton (Joane) UK legal documents

bur 4Jul1742 Moreleigh (MITCHELMORE)

 

Edmond was often referred to as Edward in the parish register. It appears that the two forenames were used interchangeably in Charleton at the time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of the 1689 burial records refers to Edward's grandfather Edward.


Tree 09

Generation 5

Family 0258

head  John MUCHAMORE

chr Sep1677 Charleton

m 170x

sp      Mary ??

b 167x

m 170x

dau    Mary MUCHAMOR

chr 23Feb1700/01, "daughter of John & Mary"

m 19Jul1719 Charleton, John HOOPER

 

 


Tree 09

Generation 5

Family 0459

head  Walter MUCHMOR

chr 16Apr1672 Stokenham

m 169x

1704, 1706 day labourer

bur 22Feb1728/29 Stokenham (MITHCHELMORE)

sp      Elizabeth ??

b 167x

m 169x

?bur 30May1732 Stokenham (MICHEMER)

son    Walter MUCHAMORE

b 170x

son    John MUCHAMORE

b 31Aug1704 Stokenham (?)

son    Richard MUCHAMORE

b 29Sep1706 Stokenham

chr 13Nov1706 Stokenham

bur 28Oct1742 Stokenham

dau    Agnes MUCHAMORE

chr 3Jul1709 Stokenham

m 2May1739 Stokenham, Richard JEFFREY

dau    Susanna MUCHELMORE

chr 4May1712 Stokenham

?m 10Nov1745 Stokenham, John BASTARD

?m 7Mar1745 Stokenham, Phinehas HEXT

dau    Elizabeth MUCHELMORE

chr 24Jul1715 Stokenham

?bur 30May1732 Stokenham (MICHEMER)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 1732 burial record may refer to Elizabeth's daughter Elizabeth.

 

It seems quite likely that Walter snr would call his eldest son Walter, in line with the tradition started by Walter. Walter was an unusual name in that area at that time, and Walter is the only known male who could have been this Walter’s son. However, his baptism record has not yet been found.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of the 1745 marriage records refers to Susanna [Tree 05].

 

 

The 1732 burial record may refer to Elizabeth's mother Elizabeth.


Tree 09

Generation 5

Family 0314

head  Samuel MOUCHEMOR

chr 20Feb1676/77 Stokenham

m 7Aug1705 Stokenham; Samuel MUCHEMORE, house carpenter; Mary HINE

sp      Mary HINE

b 168x

m 7Aug1705 Stokenham

?bur 1May1754 Stokenham

?bur 26Mar1757 Stokenham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of the burial records refers to Mary junior [Tree 05].

Generation 6

Tree 09

Generation 6

Family 0461

head  John MUCHEMORE

chr 11Feb1695/96 Charleton

m 1Jan1725/26 Charleton: John MUCHAMORE; Mary MUCHAMORE, widow

?bur 24May1741 Charleton (MUCHAMORE)

?bur 15Jun1763 Charleton (MUTCHMORE)

sp      Mary ??

b 169x

m1 172x, MUCHAMORE

m2 1Jan1725/26 Charleton, MUCHAMORE

bur 2May1759 Charleton

son    John MUCHAMORE

chr [Aug1726] Charleton

son    Dorothy MUCHAMORE

chr [27Apr1729] Charleton

son    William MUCHAMORE

chr [7Mar1731] Charleton

?bur 21Nov1757 Slapton

dau    Mary MUCHAMORE

chr [15Sep1734] Charleton

bur 1May1779 Charleton

dau    Elizabeth MUCHAMORE possible link  possible link  possible link

chr [15Jan1738] Charleton

 

 

 

 

The 1741 burial record may refer to John.


Tree 09

Generation 6

Family 1976

head  Andrew MUCHEMORE

chr 13Aug1693 Charleton

m 3Apr1716 Dartmouth St Clement (MUCHAMORE)

1735 ^ Diptford: took William TUCKER as an apprentice (MICHELMORE) UK legal documents

?bur 25Mar1742 Diptford (MUCHAMOOR)

?bur 15Ma1746 Modbury (MUCHAMERE)

sp      Jane MORRISH

b 169x

m 3Apr1716 Dartmouth St Clement

bur 17May1771 Diptford (MITCHELMORE)

son    Andrew MITCHELMORE

chr 17Feb1722/23 East Allington

dau    Jane MITCHAMORE

chr 26Feb1731 Diptford

 


Tree 09

Generation 6

Family 0551

head  Edward MUCHAMOR

chr 29Nov1702 Charleton

m1 26Nov1717 Charleton, DISTING (MUTCHAMORE)

m2 12Sep1721 Charleton, CREBER (MUCHAMORE)

m3 7Apr1735 Charleton, ROLSTONE (MUCHAMORE)

bur 24Mar1749/50 Charleton

sp1    Winifret DISLIN

chr 21Jan1685/86, “daughter of William”

m 26Nov1717 Charleton (DISLING)

bur 18Mar1720/21 Charleton (Winnifred MUTCHAMORE)

son    Edward MUTCHAMORE

chr 12Jan1719/20 Charleton

sp2    Winifret CREBER

b 169x

m 12Sep1721 Charleton

bur 7Mar1734/35 Charleton (Winifred)

sp3    Susanna ROLSTONE

b 171x

m 7Apr1735 Charleton

bur 21Apr1750 Charleton

 


Tree 09

Generation 6

Family 0283

head  Walter MUCHAMORE

b 170x

m [27Dec1731] Malborough

bur 7Jan1765 Malborough

sp      Alice YEOMAN

b 170x

m [27Dec1731] Malborough

bur 22Sep1755 Malborough

dau    Alice MUCHAMORE

chr [13Aug1732] Malborough

bur 2Nov1789 Malborough, "pauper"

dau    Elizabeth MUCHAMORE

chr [1May1734] Malborough

m [10Apr1757] Malborough, Richard MASTERS

son    Walter MUCHAMORE

chr [13Sep1736] Malborough

son    John MUCHAMORE

chr [26Mar1739] Malborough

dau    Sarah MUCHAMORE

chr [18Jun1754] Malborough

m 23Sep1782 Malborough, Richard RUNDLE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Walter seems to have continued a family tradition in naming his eldest son Walter.

 

 

 

When Sarah was baptised, her mother would have been over 50.


Tree 09

Generation 6

Family 0478

head  John MUCHAMORE

b 31Aug1704 Stokenham (?)

chr 19Sep1704 Stokenham

m 11Apr1726 Stokenham, BOVY (MICHELMER)

sp      Elizabeth BOVY

b 170x

m 11Apr1726 Stokenham

?bur 17Sep1775 Stokenham (Elizth)

?bur 10May1781 Stokenham (Elizth)

dau    Agnes MITCHELMORE

chr 12Jul1726 Stokenham

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr [03Dec1728] Stokenham

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr [8Aug1731] Stokenham

son    Edward MICHELMOR

chr 21Aug1733 Stokenham

dau    Susanna MITCHELMORE

chr 4Apr1736 Stokenham

dau    Jane MITCHELMORE

chr 30Dec1738 Stokenham

m 14Dec1763 Stokenham: John BURNER; Jane MUCHAMORE; witness [brother] John MUCHAMORE

son    Richard MITCHELMORE

chr 14Mar1741 Stokenham

 

Generation 7

Tree 09

Generation 7

Family 0460

head  John MUCHAMORE

chr [Aug1726] Charleton

m 17Dec1753 Charleton

bur 12Dec1790 Charleton (MICHEMORE)

sp      Clemence BASTARD

chr 12Sep1727 Charleton

m 17Dec1753 Charleton

bur 16Sep1798 Charleton (Clement)

son    Roger MICHELMORE

chr 15Sep1754 Charleton

son    John MICHELMORE

chr 19Sep1756 Charleton

bur 24May1763 Charleton (MUTCHMORE)

dau    Joane MICHELMORE

chr 15Jun1758 Charleton

?m [4Nov1783] Totnes, William COWLEY

dau    Mary MICHELMORE

chr 16Nov1760 Charleton

?m 27Feb1781 Stokenham, John PEDRICK

son    John MUCHAMORE

chr 25Nov1764 Charleton

dau    Joanna MUCHAMORE

chr 7Aug1768 Charleton [twin]

?bur 31Jan1769 Charleton (MUTCHMORE)

dau    Elizabeth MUCHAMORE

chr 7Aug1768 Charleton [twin]

bur 31Mar1769 Charleton

 


Tree 09

Generation 7

Family 0554

head  Andrew MITCHELMORE

chr 17Feb1722/23 East Allington

m 20Dec1744 Charleton ^ Diptford

bur 13Apr1762 Chivelstone

sp      Ann BISHOP

b 172x

m 20Dec1744 Charleton

son    Andrew MUCHAMORE

chr 17May1747 Charleton

dau    Ann MITCHELMORE

chr 4Sep1749 Woodleigh ^ Charleton

m 10Jan1775 Stokenham, Stephen PERRING

d 19Apr1815 @ 63; bur St Leonard's, Halwell (Ann PARREN)

 


Tree 09

Generation 7

Family 0552

head  Edward MUTCHAMORE

chr 12Jan1719/20 Charleton

m 20Apr1753 Sherford, MURCH

bur 20Jun1785 Moreleigh

sp      Joan MURCH

b 172x

m 20Apr1753 Sherford

dau    Joanna MICHELMORE

chr 12Mar1754 Sherford, "daughter of Edward & Joanna"

6Jan1764 apprenticed to William WAKEHAM, yeoman UK legal documents

m 1Feb1777 Dodbrooke, William WHITELOCK

son    Edward MICHELMORE

chr 7Nov1756 Sherford

dau    Sarah MICHELMORE

chr 7Mar1762 Sherford

1770 Sherford: apprenticed to Stephen LAKEMAN, yeoman UK legal documents

1Feb1774 Sherford: apprenticed to Crispin COLLINS, yeoman UK legal documents

d 1840.1 Petworth @ 78 (MITCHELMORE)

bur 19Jan1840 Billingshurst General Baptist Chapel, Billingshurst, Sussex @ 77 (MITCHELMORE)

son    William MUCHAMORE

chr [20Apr1766] Charleton

 


Tree 09

Generation 7

Family 0719

head  Walter MUCHAMORE

chr 13Sep1736 Malborough

m1 5Jan1767 Malborough

m2 31Dec1786 Kingsbridge: Walter MUCHAMORE, widower of South Huish; Mary NARRAMORE, widow

bur 19Jan1820 Malborough @ 83

sp1    Elizabeth ADAMS

b 174x

m 5Jan1767 Malborough

bur 28Jun1786 Malborough (MUCHIMORE)

sp2    Mary NARRAMORE

b 174x

m 31Dec1786 Kingsbridge

 


Tree 09

Generation 7

Family 0555

head  Agnes MITCHELMORE

chr 12Jul1726 Stokenham

?bur 29Aug1780 Stokenham (MICHELMORE)

?bur 10May1804 Stokenham (MITCHELMORE)

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 6Oct1745 Stokenham

bur 8Dec1745 Stokenham, "base child of Agnes"

dau    Mary MICHELMORE

chr 3May1754 Stokenham

bur 3May1754 Stokenham, "base child of Agnes"

 

 

 

One of these burial records may refer to Agnes or Agnes [Tree 05].


Tree 09

Generation 7

Family 0278

head  John MITCHELMORE

chr [03Dec1728] Stokenham

m 15Jun1746 Slapton

sp      Ann PROWSE

chr [2Feb1717] Slapton

m 15Jun1746 Slapton

bur 7Feb1815 Slapton @ 76 (Ann)

dau    Mary MICHELMORE

chr 29Mar1747 Slapton

m 11Apr1769 Slapton, Stephen EFFORD

dau Mary EFFORD

chr 1May1770 Slapton

m 13Jan1800 Slapton, EFFORD

dau Mary Michelmoor BICKFORD

chr 24Jan1802 St John

bur 7Jun1802 St John (Mary MICHELMOOR)

1841 @ 70 ^ St Germans Union Workhouse

d 1844.1 St Germans @ 75

bur 25Feb1844 St John @ 75, “of Torpoint Union House”

dau    Anne MICHELMORE

chr 17Jun1750 Slapton

bur 12Mar1780 Slapton (Ann MICHELMOORE)

dau    Sarah MICHELMORE

chr 21Feb1753 Blackawton

m 15Aug1784 East Allington, William MUGFORD

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 12Oct1755 Slapton

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr 26Jun1758 Slapton

m 9Nov1780 Dartmouth St Saviour, George LOYE

dau Elizabeth LOYE

chr 27Nov1783 Dartmouth St Petrox

m 28Jul1807 Brixham St Mary, Nicholas CHING

dau Anne Mitchelmore CHING

chr 23Jun1811 Kingswear

bur 14Dec1824 Brixham St Mary @ 41

bur 18Sep1789 Stokenham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In Mary's 1747 baptismal record, "Sarah" is crossed out and "Mary" is written above it.


Tree 09

Generation 7

Family 0558

head  Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr [8Aug1731] Stokenham

m 3Jun1755 Slapton, PYKE

dau    Elizabeth Collings MUCHAMORE

chr [27Sep1752] Modbury

sp      Samuel PYKE

b 173x

m 3Jun1755 Slapton

dau    Elizabeth PEEKE

chr 30Nov1757 Blackawton

m 29Aug1785 Totnes, Philip LUSCOMBE

son John Michelmore LUSCOMBE

chr 16Mar1788 Rattery

bur 20Apr1811 Portsea

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth's husband and their child were previously in Tree 156.


Tree 09

Generation 7

Family 2054

head  Edward MICHELMOR

chr [21Aug1733] Stokenham

m 7Oct1764 Stokenham, STONE (MUCHAMORE)

sp      Agnes STONE

?chr 20Sep1727 Moreleigh, "daughter of William & Agnes"

m 7Oct1764 Stokenham

?bur 29Aug1780 Stokenham (MICHELMORE)

?bur 10May1804 Stokenham

?son  William Stone MITCHELMORE

(b 1766)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of the burial records may apply to Agnes or Agnes [Tree 05].

 

William's birth has been allocated to this family in order to explain the use of both STONE and MITCHELMORE by several of William’s children.

Generation 8

Tree 09

Generation 8

Family 1022

head  John MUCHAMORE

chr 25Nov1764 Charleton

1781 ^ Halwell: apprenticed to Rev Thomas WHINYATES of Charleton (MITCHELMORE) UK legal documents

m 178x

sp      Jane ??

b 176x

m 178x

dau    Mary Ann MITCHLMORE

chr 5Apr1789 Sherford

bur 24Feb1820 Dartmouth St Clement @ 31 (MUCHEMORE)

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 24Dec1791 Sherford

 


Tree 09

Generation 8

Family 1113

head  Andrew MUCHAMORE

chr 17May1747 Charleton

m 2Aug1774 Sherford, FORD (MITCHELMORE)

29Jun1786 labourer, sojourner ^ Sherford: settlement examination UK legal documents

bur 6Jul1797 Sherford (MITCHELMORE)

sp      Mary FORD

(b 1750)

m 2Aug1774 Sherford

bur 11Aug1832 Sherford @ 82 (MICHELMORE)

son    Andrew MITCHELMORE

chr 5Oct1774 Sherford

16Feb1802 subject of a removal order from Sherford to Brixham (MICHELMORE) UK legal documents

bur 13Jan1820 Sherford @ 45

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 28Jul1776 Sherford

?son  William MICHILMORE

(b 1776)

bur 25Dec1776 Sherford, "infant" (Willm)

?dau  Sarah MICHILMORE

(b 1776)

bur 28Dec1776 Sherford, "infant"

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 5May1779 Sherford

bur 25Dec1780 Sherford

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 18Jan1785 Sherford

dau    Miriam MICHELMORE

chr 18Jan1785 Sherford

son    Richard MITCHLMORE

chr 5Nov1788 Sherford

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 1802 removal order implies that Andrew had acquired settlement in Brixham by that time but had returned to Sherford and been unable to support himself. He may well have been the “local baker” who in 1815 attempted to sell bread to sailors aboard HMS Bellerophon, which was holding Napolean prior to his exile to St Helena. UK life events


Tree 09

Generation 8

Family 0319

head  Edward MICHELMORE

chr 7Nov1756 Sherford

15Apr1765 apprenticed to Andrew JELLARD of Sherford UK legal documents

1782 South Pool: 3rd banns read 24Mar for Edward MICHELMORE and Eleanor PRYN ^ Stokenham

m 30Oct1782 Stokenham: Edward MITCHELMORE of South Pool; Elenor PRYNN otp

bur 8Feb1826 Slapton @ 70 (Edmund)

sp      Elenor PRYN

(b 1752)

m 30Oct1782 Stokenham (PRYNN)

bur 31Oct1821 Slapton @ 69

son    William MICHELMORE

chr 12Oct1783 Slapton, “son of Edward and Petronel”

dau    Mary MICHELMORE

chr 30Apr1786 Slapton, “daughter of Edward and Petronell”

dau    Grace MITCHELMORE

chr 5Apr1789 Slapton

bur 22Nov1790 Slapton

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 9Jun1793 Slapton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There was only one Edward known in Slapton and no marriage to a Petronel has been found. It is therefore assumed that Petronel was an alternative name for Elenor PRYN.


Tree 09

Generation 8

Family 1621

head  William MUCHAMORE

chr [20Apr1766] Charleton

1Feb1774 ^ Sherford: apprenticed to Crispin COLLINS, yeoman UK legal documents

m 2Mar1791 Stokenham, KELLOND

bur 11May1832 Slapton @ 66 (MITCHELMORE)

sp      Jane KELLOND

chr 13May1766 Stokenham

known as Jenny or Janney

m 2Mar1791 Stokenham

bur 14Sep1812 Stokenham

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 3Jul1791 Stokenham

bur 14Oct1793 Stokenham

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

chr 15Feb1795 Sherford

m 15Jun1820 South Pool, John PUTT

dau Jemima Mitchelmore PUTT

chr 21Mar1830 South Pool

m 1856.2 Kingsbridge [also indexed as Jemima Michelmore]

m 19Apr1856 Stokenham: William Henry RHYMES, mason of Chillington, father Peter RHYMES, mason; Jemima Michelmore PUTT of South Pool, father John PUTT, labourer

1861 @ 31 b South Pool ^ Tanpitts, Stokenham (Jemima M)

1871 @ 41 b South Pool ^ Chillington (Jemima M)

1881 @ 51 b South Pool ^ Stokenham (Jemia M)

1891 @ 61 b South Pool ^ Private House, Stokenham (Jemima M)

d 1914.2 Kingsbridge

bur 29May1914 Stokenham @ 84 ^ Chillington

1851 @ 55 b South Pool ^ Lower Coombe, Kingsbridge

d 1871.3 Kingsbridge @ 76

son    William Keland MITCHALMORE

chr 16Mar1799 Sherford

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 14Jun1801 Sherford

son    Robert MITCHALMORE

chr 16Oct1803 Sherford

 

 

John, a distant cousin, was apprenticed to Crispin COLLINS 15 yr after William. His wife Ann KELLOND was a younger sister of William's wife Jane.


Tree 09

Generation 8

Family 0277

head  John MITCHELMORE

chr 12Oct1755 Slapton

m 25Jan1789 Slapton, WILLS

?bur 22Nov1828 Stoke Fleming @ 66

?bur 24Feb1823 Stokenham @ 73 ^ Emridge [Embridge], Stoke Fleming

sp      Susanna WILLS

chr 5Jun1757 Stoke Fleming

m 25Jan1789 Slapton

bur 14Nov1831 Stoke Fleming @ 66, widow ^ Swannaton

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 19Jul1789 Slapton

bur 27Oct1800 Slapton

d 20Sep1800 @ 10; bur Slapton

son    Thomas MITCHELMORE

chr 20Mar1791 Stoke Fleming, "son of John & Johanna”

bur 31Aug1810 Stoke Fleming @ 19

dau    Susanna MITCHELMORE

chr 17Mar1793 Slapton

son    Robert MITCHELMORE

chr 10May1795 Slapton

son    Peter MITCHELMORE

chr 16Apr1797 Slapton

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr [28Feb1802] Stoke Fleming personal communication

m 16Jan1825 Stoke Fleming, Thomas CUMMING [1851 labourer]

1851 @ 49 b Stoke Fleming ^ Fore Street, Totnes (CUMING)

d 1863 Harberton personal communication

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr [03Feb1805] Stoke Fleming

son    Richard MITCHELMORE

chr [16Nov1806] Stoke Fleming

son    Henry MITCHELMORE

chr [04Sep1808] Stoke Fleming

bur 1Jan1809 Stoke Fleming

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is assumed that Johanna was a misprint for Susanna.


Tree 09

Generation 8

Family 2476

head  Elizabeth Collings MUCHAMORE

chr [27Sep1752] Modbury

m 12Apr1780 Thurlestone: William ADAMS, yeoman; Elizabeth MUCHAMORE; by licence

?bur 22Oct1841 Thurlestone @ 80 ^ Kingsbridge

son    John Mitchelmore ADAMS

chr 22Aug1779 Thurlestone

sp      William ADAMS

chr 16Jan1722 Thurlestone

m1 28Nov1775 East Allington: William ADAMS, yeoman; Grace WATTS

m2 12Apr1780 Thurlestone, MUCHAMORE

 

 

 

Elizabeth signed her name MITCHAMORE in the marriage register.

 

 

William's first wife was buried on 27Aug1779 in East Allington. So it would appear that Elizabeth had a son with William (in Thurlestone) while his first wife was still alive (in East Allington).

 

 


Tree 09

Generation 8

Family 1614

head  William Stone MITCHELMORE

(b 1766)

m 22Aug1791 Stokenham, COLE (William MICHELMORE)

1814 labourer ^ Torcross

d 1839.1 Kingsbridge @ 73

bur 9Jan1839 Stokenham @ 73 ^ Kingsbridge Union House

sp      Sarah COLE

chr 14Apr1770 Stokenham ^ Torcross

m 22Aug1791 Stokenham (William)

bur 28Nov1821 Stokenham @ 53 ^ Torcross

son    William Stone MITCHELMORE

chr 13Jan1793 Stokenham

bur 12Feb1804 Stokenham (William)

dau    Ann Stone MITCHELMORE

chr 9Sep1796 Stokenham (STONE)

1806 apprenticed to George STEERE (Anne Stone) UK legal documents

m1 21Oct1821 Stokenham, Edward STREET [bur 27Apr1824 Stokenham @ 24]

m2 182x Stokenham, John STONE [1851 fisherman ^ Hallsands]

1851 @ 53 b Stokenham ^ Hallsands

bur 31Dec1867 Stokenham @ 70 ^ Hallsands

dau    Jane Stone MITCHELMORE

chr 5Dec1799 Stokenham

son    Edward Stone MITCHELMORE

chr 7Mar1802 Stokenham

dau    Agnes MITCHELMORE

chr 27Jun1804 Stokenham

1813 apprenticed to Thomas PROUT, "baptised 27Jun1804, daughter of William Stone and Sarah MITCHELMORE” (Agnes STONE) UK legal documents

m 10May1826 Dodbrooke, Robert RICE (Agnes Mitchelmore STONE)

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr 21Jun1807 Stokenham (STONE)

son    Michael Pike MITCHELMORE

chr 3Sep1809 Stokenham

bur 11Mar1834 Stokenham @ 23 ^ Poor House

son    Samuel MITCHELMORE

chr 31Mar1811 Stokenham

dau    Sarah MITCHELMORE

chr 6Feb1814 Stokenham

m 29Mar1835 Tormoham, Robert WARD [1851: agricultural labourer]

1851 @ 36 b Stokenham ^ Cadwell House, St Marychurch with husband and family

son    Robert MITCHELMORE

(b 1814)

bur 4Feb1814 Stokenham, "infant^ Meddercombe"

 

The use of the mother's or grandmother's maiden name as a middle name became a very common practice in Devon in the 19th century, but it must have been new to Stokenham at this time and it caused some confusion among parish clerks. "Stone" was sometimes recorded as a forename but it was often omitted and there are also cases where it was treated as part of the surname or even as the entire surname. A discussion of the use of a surname as a middle name is available here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The baptism register states that Agnes was the daughter of William Stone MITCHELMORE & Agnes, but there was only one married William Stone MITCHELMORE in Stokenham at the time, so clearly the parish clerk made an error. This deduction is confirmed by the note on the 1813 apprenticeship indenture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Meddercombe" probably refers to Middlecombe, where five of Robert's brother Edward's children were born.

Generation 9

Tree 09

Generation 9

Family 1997

head  John MITCHELMORE

chr 24Dec1791 Sherford

1801 ^ Dodbrooke: apprenticed to Richard HAWKINGS UK legal documents

13Jun1804 ^ Sherford: apprenticed to John EVANS, yeoman UK legal documents

1814 labourer ^ Moreleigh: presumed father of child of Elizabeth HEXT ^ Halwell UK legal documents

m 27Jun1816 Charleton, MUDGE

1817 labourer ^ East Charleton

1818-1837 ^ Charleton

1841 agricultural labourer @ 50 b Devon ^ Charleton

184x occupier of cottage etc on 700 m2 land in Charleton Early UK population returns

1851 turnpike gate keeper @ 60 b Sherford ^ Higher Lodge Turnpike Gate, Ugborough

1861 widowed toll collector @ 70 b Sherford ^ Borocombe Toll House, West Alvington

d 1864.3 Kingsbridge @ 73

bur 31Jul1864 Charleton @ 73

sp      Grace MUDGE

(b 1791) Dartmouth

m 27Jun1816 Charleton

1841 @ 49 b Devon ^ Charleton

1851 @ 59 b Dartmouth ^ Higher Lodge Turnpike Gate, Ugborough

d 1854.4 Kingsbridge @ 63 (MUCHMORE)

bur 17Dec1854 Charleton @ 63

dau    Anne MITCHELMORE

chr 13Apr1817 Charleton

bur 28Apr1834 Charleton @ 17 ^ East Charleton (Ann)

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

b 10May1818

chr 10May1818 Charleton

m 24Mar1836 Charleton, John SHEPHARD

son James Mitchelmore SHEPHERD

b 1849.2 Kingsbridge

chr 23Sep1855 Charleton

1858 departed England aboard British Empire for Moreton Bay QLD with parents personal communication

4Feb1859 arrived Australia Australian shipping records

m 1910 Fremantle WA, Margaret WATSON

1916 gentleman ^ Preston Point Road, East Fremantle WA Australian population surveys

d 14Aug1924 Sidcote, Carlisle Street, East St Kilda VIC @ 86 [sic], “late of Bulla Bulla Station, Kimberley WA, and The Bungalow, Dalgety Street, East Fremantle” Australian newspaper announcements

bur 16Aug1924 Brighton VIC Australian newspaper announcements

1855 labourer

1858 departed England aboard British Empire for Moreton Bay personal communication

4Feb1859 arrived Australia personal communication

d 9Nov1895 Carlton Farm, Toowoomba, QLD (Mary Mitchelmore SHEPPERD) personal communication

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 23Jun1822 Charleton

bur 4Mar1823 Charleton @ 10 mo

son    William Mudge MITCHELMORE

chr 7Mar1824 Charleton

son    John Blackler MITCHELMORE

chr 11Feb1826 Charleton

son    Thomas MITCHELMORE

(b 1829)

bur 1May1829 Charleton @ 1 mo

son    Thomas Mudge MITCHELMORE

chr 13Jun1830 Charleton

dau    Sarah Grace MITCHELMORE

b 23Mar1837

chr 10Apr1837 Charleton

1841 @ 4 b Devon ^ Charleton with parents

1851 @ 14 b Charleton ^ Higher Lodge Turnpike Gate, Ugborough with parents (Sarah)

1861 unm house servant @ 24 b Charleton ^ VillageRectory, Thurlestone (Sarah G); head: Peregrine A ILBERT, clergyman/rector

d 1865.3 Kingsbridge @ 28

bur 16Jul1865 Charleton @ 28

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John and Mary's memorial

Memorial to John & Mary

 


Tree 09

Generation 9

Family 0441

head  John MITCHELMORE

chr 28Jul1776 Sherford

16Oct1789 ^ Sherford: apprenticed to Crispin COLLINS, yeoman (MICHELMORE) UK legal documents

?21Nov1802 Dartmouth St Saviour: witnessed marriage between Samuel ANDREW and Elizabeth RICHARDS

m 11Dec1803 Dartmouth St Saviour

21Oct1805 ordinary seaman, HMS Belleisle @ 27 b Kingsbridge”, ship’s pay book number SB278 23Nov1802-22Dec1805: took part in the Battle of Trafalgar (MUCHMORE) UK shipping & migration

d 1838.2 Portsea Island @ 63 (MICHELMORE)

bur 27May1838 Portsea @ 63

d 21May1838 shipwright: executor applied to the Navy for payment of money owing Royal Navy records

sp      Ann KELLOND

chr 27May1776 Stokenham

m 11Dec1803 Dartmouth St Saviour

1841 widow @ 66 b not Hampshire ^ South View, Portsea Town (MICHELMOR). Also in household: her granddaughter Hannah

1851 shipwrights widow @ 74 b Dartmouth ^ Church Path, Portsea. Also in household: brother[in-law?] Charles CRABB @ 59 b Gosport and Martha CRABB @ 57 b Portsea

d 1853.4 Portsea @ 77 (MITCHELMORE)

bur 11Dec1853 Portsea @ 77

son    William Kellond MITCHELMORE

chr 20Mar1805 Dartmouth St Saviour

d before 1809

son    George MUCHMORE

b 180x

bur 15Dec1808 St Thomas, Portsmouth

dau    Mary Kellond MITCHELMORE

b 19Feb1807

chr 11Mar1807 Dartmouth St Saviour

bur 15Feb1808 Portsea (Mary Cannon)

son    William MICHELMORE

chr 19Feb1809 St Mary, Portsea

 

William, a distant cousin, had been apprenticed to Crispin COLLINS 15 yr earlier. His wife Jane KELLOND was an older sister of John’s wife Ann.


Tree 09

Generation 9

Family 0095

head  William MITCHELMORE

chr 18Jan1785 Sherford

m 29Aug1808 St Decumans, Somerset, QUIRKE

m 1808 Watchet: William MITCHELMORE, shipwright ^ Dartmouth; Rachel QUIRCK, daughter of Capt QUIRCK of Watchet UK newspaper announcements

1814-1817 shipwright

1817 ^ Watchet

1841 shipwright @ 55 b not Glamorgan ^ Wharton Street, Cardiff St Marys. Also in household: his son John

1851 widowed ships carpenter @ 67 b Kingsbridge ^ 15 Caroline Street, Cardiff St John with daughter Mary Ann and her family

1861 widowed, retired shipwright @ 76 b Sherborne, Devon ^ Wood Street, Cardiff St Mary with daughter Mary Ann and her family

d 1861.2 Cardiff @ 76

d 30Apr1861 Cardiff @ 78 (?) UK newspaper announcements

bur 3May1861 Cardiff St John @ 78 ^ Temperance Town

sp      Rachel QUIRKE

b 178x

m 29Aug1808 St Decumans, Somerset

m 1808 Watchet UK newspaper announcements

d before 1851

dau    Mary Anne Quirke MICHELMORE

chr 27Aug1809 St Decumans

m 1839.2 Cardiff (Mary Ann)

m 5May1839 Cardiff St John: Thomas Fearncombe PROUSE, tailor ^ St Mary's, father Thomas PROUSE, musician; Mary Ann MITCHELMORE ^ St Mary's, father William MITCHELMORE, shipwright; witnesses [father] William MITCHELMORE, Sarah PROUSE

1851 publican @ 34 ^ 15 Caroline Street, Cardiff (Mary Ann). Also in household: her father and her niece Mary Jane

1861 @ 51 b Watchet ^ Wood Street, Cardiff St Mary (Mary Ann). Also in household: her father William and her nieces Elizabeth and Rebecca

1871 @ 60 b Somerset ^ Wharton Place, Cardiff St John (Mary Ann PROWSE); also in household her nephew Andrew and niece Elizabeth

son    William Quircke MICHELMORE

chr 22Mar1812 St Decumans

son    John William MICHELMORE

chr 16Jan1814 St Decumans

son    Henry Andrew MITCHELMORE

chr 28Dec1817 St Decumans

 

 

St Decumans parish contains the town of Watchet (and very little else).

 

 

William and his family appear to have moved from Watchet to Cardiff in 1838, soon after his son John’s first wife died.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the marriage register, Mary signed her name MICHELMORE.


Tree 09

Generation 9

Family 1577

head  John MITCHELMORE

chr 9Jun1793 Slapton

1816 emigrated to USA North American life events

1816-1821 minister in the Presbytery of New Brunswick and Missionary of the Female Domestic Missionary Society, Philadephia PA (MICHELMORE) North American life events

1818-1922 preparatory studies at the Classical Academy, Lawrenceville NJ North American life events

1821 enrolled in the Presbyterian Theological Seminary [Princeton] North American life events

m 182x

1824 awarded MDiv North American life events

1825 unclaimed letter for him at the Post Office, Aurora PA (Rev Mr T) NorthAmerican life events

1825-1827 preached regularly at the Mariner's Church of Philadelphia North American life events

1826-1834 pastor in the Presbytery of Lewes ^ Lewistown DE; his powerful preaching drew people from miles around and filled the church North American life events

d 4Mar1834 @ 40; bur Lewes Presbyterian Church, Sussex County DE, "late pastor of the united congregation of Lewes, Cool Spring and Indian River who perished in the burning of the steamer William Penn" [a large cenotaph] (Rev John) North American memorial inscriptions

Feb1834 drowned in attempting to reach the shore when the steam-boat William Penn was destroyed by fire in the river Delaware (Rev John MITCHELMORE of Lewistown North American life events

an Englishman who had been a Methodist exhorter in Britain (Rev John) North American life events

1834-1835 probate granted, Sussex County (Rev John) North American legal records

28Jan1835 "An act to vest in Mary MITCHELMORE, widow of the Rev John MITCHELMORE, deceased, all the right and title of the State of Delaware, in and to all the real estate of which the said deceased died seized, possessed or entitled to, in the country of Sussex, in this State" passed by the Delaware legislature at Dover North American legal records

Michelmore Court, Kings Creek Country Club, Lewes may be named after him North American life events

sp      Mary ??

(b 1793)

m 182x

1850 @ 65 b Sussex County ^ Sussex County; owns real estate $600

1860 @ 67 b PA ^ Lewis and Ehoboth Hundred, Sussex County DE; owns real estate $1400, personal $200 (Mary MITCHELMOUR)

d 20Dec1860 Philadelphia

d 7Dec1860 @ 75; bur Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Lewes

1860-1862 probate granted, Sussex County North American legal records

 

John

John

 

John's memorial

Plaque on John's memorial

 

John Mitchelmore FUTCHER and John Mitchelmore HOUSTON [both in Tree 904] may have been named in John's honour.

 

Click to enlarge

Mary's memorial

 

In relation to average earnings, Mary's possessions would have been worth the equivalent of about $260,000 today.


Tree 09

Generation 9

Family 0754

head  William Keland MITCHALMORE

chr 16Mar1799 Sherford

m [29Aug1822] Kingsbridge (Wm)

25Dec1830 witness, with his wife Ann, to his brother Robert’s marriage in Exeter (William)

1841 labourer @ 40 b England ^ Columbus Street, St Helier, Jersey (William)

1851 labourer @ 52 b Slapton ^ Rear No 5 Willow Street, Plymouth St Andrew (William)

1861 lime burner @ 62 b unknown ^ 22 Willow Street, Plymouth (William)

1871 lime burner, widower @ 73 b Slapton ^ East Leigh, Harberton with daughter Mary (William)

d 1877.3 Kingsbridge @ 79 (William)

bur 29Aug1877 Slapton @ 79 ^ Kingsbridge Union [Workhouse] (William)

sp      Ann HURRELL

(b 1793) Totnes

m [29Aug1822] Kingsbridge

1841 @ 40 b England ^ Columbus Street, St Helier, Jersey

1851 @ 57 b Totnes ^ Rear No 5 Willow Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1861 @ 67 b Totnes ^ 22 Willow Street, Plymouth

d 1870.1 Plymouth @ 77

bur 13Mar1870 Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth ^ Queen Anne Place

adau  Mary HURRELL

chr 21Feb1813 Kingsbridge, “illegitimate child”

m 1847.3 Exeter, Samuel ANDREWS (MITCHELL)

1851 @ 39 b Kings Bridge ^ Richmond Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1861 @ 42 b Kingsbridge ^ 27 Green Street, Plymouth Charles (Mary Ann)

1871 @ 56 b [not stated] ^ East Leigh, Harberton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary’s surname was apparently changed to MITCHELMORE after her mother’s marriage in 1822. It seems unlikely that William was her biological father.


Tree 09

Generation 9

Family 0300

head  John MITCHELMORE

chr 14Jun1801 Sherford

m 2Jan1823 Slapton

bur 16Jul1826 Slapton @ 25

sp      Elizabeth BUCKPITT

chr 6Jun1802 Slapton, “daughter of John & Alice”

m1 2Jan1823 Slapton, MITCHELMORE

m2 11Sep1827 Slapton, William CANN [1851 agricultural labourer], widow

1851 @ 48 b Slapton ^ Week Barn Cottage, Townstall, Dartmouth

 


Tree 09

Generation 9

Family 0448

head  Robert MITCHALMORE

chr 16Oct1803 Sherford

    - This is the only known Robert who had a brother William married to Ann. (Of course, they might not have been his brother and sister-in-law.) The date of birth is way out, but there is no other Robert b 1810 ± 10 yr in the southern South Hams in the database.

m 25Dec1830 Exeter St Thomas the Apostle: Robert MITCHELMORE; Grace PEPPRALL; witnesses [brother] William and [brother's wife] Ann MITCHELMORE

1835 labourer ^ Prospect Place, Exeter

1841 bookseller @ 30 b Devon ^ Market Street, Hatherleigh (MICHALMOORE)

1845 labourer ^ Old Town Street, Plymouth

1851 horse poster @ 40 b Shervor [Sherford] ^ Octagon Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1859 labourer ^ Hotham Place, Plymouth personal communication

1861 carter @ 50 b Kingsbridge ^ 7 Rendle Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1871 widower, blind @ 63 b Devon ^ Stoke Gardens, Plymouth St Andrew with daughter Eliza BENNETT and family (Rt MITCHEMORE)

1881 widower @ 68 b Slapton ^ 16 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew with daughter Eliza

d 1882.4 Plymouth @ 70

d 1882 10 Rendle Street, Plymouth; bur Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth

sp      Grace PEPPRALL

(b 1813) Modbury

m 25Dec1830 Exeter St Thomas the Apostle

1841 @ 25 b Devon ^ Tavistock Cottages, Plymouth Charles

1851 @ 30 b Modbury ^ Octagon Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1861 @ 48 b Modbury ^ 7 Rendle Street, Plymouth St Andrew

d 1868.3 Plymouth @ 55

bur 5Aug1868 Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth ^ Rendle Street

dau    Eliza Jane MITCHELMORE

(b 1832) Cowice Street, Exeter

chr [30Dec1832] Exeter St Thomas the Apostle

1841 @ 7 b Devon ^ Tavistock Cottages, Plymouth Charles with parents

1851 unm house servant @ 18 b Exeter ^ Temperance Hotel, Union Street, Plymouth St Andrew (Eliza J); head: Zebedee MINARDS, victualler

m 1859.2 Stoke Damerel

m 24Apr1859 Stoke Damerel: John BENNETT, baker @ 28 ^ Ford, father James BENNETT, tallow chandler; Eliza Jane MITCHELMORE @ 24 ^ Hotham Place, father Robert MITCHELMORE, labourer; witnesses [father] R[obert] and [sister-in-law] Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

1871 ^ Stoke Gardens, Plymouth St Andrew

1881 @ 43 b Exeter ^ 16 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1901 @ 65 ^ Plymouth with married daughter Elizabeth BURGESS

son    William Robert MITCHELMORE

b 31Mar1835 Prospect Place, Exeter

son    Robert Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1844.4 Plymouth

b 4Oct1844 ^ 2 Bath Street, Plymouth (MITCHAMORE)

chr 28Dec1845 Plymouth Charles

1851 scholar @ 6 b Plymouth ^ Octagon Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1861 baker boy @ 17 b Stonehouse ^ 34 Cecil Street, Plymouth St Andrews; head: James MURCH, baker

ason  William Henry NEWSON

b 1851.3 Plymouth

b 10Jul1852

chr 3Sep1860 Stoke Damerel (William MITCHELMORE)

1861 scholar @ 10 b Plymouth ^ 7 Rendle Street, Plymouth St Andrew, boarding with his adoptive parents (William NEWMAN)

m 1877.2 East Stonehouse (William Mitchelmore NEWSON)

1871 butler out of employment, lodger @ 19 b Plymouth ^ Charles Place, Kensington (William)

m 29May1877 Plymouth St Matthew, Stonehouse, Jemima Lee BROWN (William Mitchelmore NEWSON)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert consistently gave his age as about 7 years younger than he really was. He was also very uncertain as to where he was born.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The birth date on William's baptism record does not agree with his registered date of birth. Perhaps his adoptive father did not know William's actual birth date and made a guess.


Tree 09

Generation 9

Family 2038

head  Robert MITCHELMORE

chr 10May1795 Slapton

10Nov1819 @ 25 b Dartmouth: departed Sandwich Bay, Labrador, on Mary; discharged 20Apr1820 (MICHLEMORE) North American shipping

5Apr1822 departed Newfoundland on Providence, discharged 6Jan1823 (MICHELMORE) North American shipping

20Nov1822 @ 30 ^ Dartmouth: departed Labrador on Allison; discharged 20Nov1823 (MUTCHALMORE) North American shipping

m1 182x

21Jun1826 Exeter: marriage licence issued to Robert MICHMORE ^ Dittisham, widower, and Jane RIDER ^ Sherford

m2 23Jun1826 Sherford: Robert MITCHELMORE ^ Dittisham; Jane RIDER ^ Sherford; by licence

d 1860.1 Kingsbridge @ 69

bur 8Jan1860 Stokenham @ 69

sp1    ? ??

b 180x

m 182x

d 182x

sp2    Jane RIDER

b 180x

m 23Jun1826 Sherford

 


Tree 09

Generation 9

Family 0284

head  Peter MITCHELMORE

chr 16Apr1797 Slapton

m 27Mar1821 Stoke Fleming, MARCH

1822-1828 mariner ^ Stoke Fleming

1830 mariner ^ Harberton

1832-1839 labourer ^ Harberton

1841 agricultural labourer @ 40 b Devon ^ Harberton

1851 agricultural labourer @ 53 b Slapton ^ Harberton (MICHELMORE)

d 1856.2 Totnes @ 59

d 1May1856 @ 59; bur Harberton. Named on same memorial: his wife Margaret

bur 4May1856 Harberton @ 59

sp      Margaret MARCH

(b 1795) Woodleigh

m 27Mar1821 Stoke Fleming

1841 @ 45 b Devon ^ Harberton

1851 @ 54 b Woodleigh ^ Harberton (MICHELMORE)

1861 widow, formerly agricultural labourer @ 65 b Woodley ^ Village, Harberton

1871 labourer's widow @ 77 b Woodley ^ Harberton Village

d 1874.2 Totnes @ 80

d 2Apr1874 @ 80; bur Harberton (Margeret)

bur 9Apr1874 Harberton @ 80 ^ Berry Pomeroy "but an old resident”

son    Thomas MITCHELMORE

chr [13Oct1822] Stoke Fleming

dau    Ann MITCHELMORE

chr [15Dec1825] Stoke Fleming

1841 @ 15 b Devon ^ Harberton with parents

1851 unm parlour maid @ 25 b Dartmouth ^ Lipson House, Plymouth Charles; head: Elizabeth SHORTLAND, widow

m 1851.2 Totnes

m 24Jun1851 Harberton: George LOMBARDINI, labourer ^ Dartington, father Francis LOMBARDINI, traveller; Ann MITCHELMORE ^ Harberton, father Peter MITCHELMORE, labourer; witnesses: [siblings] Robert and Margaret MITCHELMORE

1871 @ 45 b Dartmouth ^ Highweek Street, Highweek

d 1894.2 Newton Abbot @ 68

dau    Margaret MITCHELMORE

chr [02Mar1828] Stoke Fleming

dau    Susan MITCHELMORE

chr 24Jan1830 Harberton

1841 @ 11 b Devon ^ Harberton with parents

1851 unm house servant @ 22 b Holberton ^ 11 Penlee Crescant, Stoke Damerel (MICHAELMORE); head: William VIGAR, landed proprietor

1861 unm servant, cook @ 31 b Harberton ^ Puslinch House, Newton Ferrers; head: John YONGE

m 1861.4 Newton Abbot

m 1Oct1861 Highweek: Samuel JACKMAN, railway porter @ 28 ^ St Mary Magdalen, Bermonsey, London, father James JACKMAN, labourer; Susan MICHELMORE, servant @ 31 ^ Newton Bushel, father Peter MICHELMORE, labourer (deceased); witness [brother-in-law] George LOMBARDINE

son James Michelmore JACKMAN

b 1863.1 Kensington

chr 8Mar1863 Holy Trinity, Paddington (JACQMAN)

1881 clerk in architect surveyor’s office @ 18 b Paddington ^ 48 Waverley Road, London with mother (James)

m 1889.4 Totnes, Bessie FURNEAUX

m 1Oct1889 Staverton: James Mitchelmore JACKMAN, clerk in surveyor's office, of St Jude's, Kensal Green, father Samuel JACKMAN, railway guard; Bessie FURNEAUX, father Herbert FURNEAUX, yeoman; witnesses Lucy, Tom & Kate FURNEAUX

1891 surveyor's clerk @ 28 b Paddington ^ Paddington ( James M)

1911 land agent's clerk @ 48 b Paddington ^ 51 Chevening Road, Willesden (James Mitchelmore)

d 1947.2 Totnes @ 84

1881 widow @ 51 b Warberton [Harberton] ^ 48 Waverley Road, London

d 1901.1 Paddington @ 71

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 19Feb1832 Harberton

son    Robert MITCHELMORE

chr 29Dec1833 Harberton

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

chr 31Jan1836 Harberton

1841 @ 5 b Devon ^ Harberton with parents

1851 house servant @ 15 b Harberton ^ Berry Barton House, Berry Pomeroy (MICHELMORE); head: Pascho POLLARD, farmer

m 1855.1 Totnes

m 12Jan1855 Harberton: Samuel BOW, labourer ^ Berry Pomeroy, father William BOW, labourer; Elizabeth MITCHELMORE @ 19 ^ Harberton, father Peter MITCHELMORE, labourer; witnesses [siblings] John & Mary MITCHELMORE

dau Susan Michelmore BOW

b 1855.4 Totnes

chr 9Dec1855 Berry Pomeroy

1861 @ 5 b Berry Pomeroy ^ Berry Village with parents

m 1878.4 Totnes, Charles Richard CORRICK

m 20Nov1870 Berry Pomeroy: Charles Richard CORRICK, labourer ^ West Ogwell, father John CORRICK, labourer; Susan Michelmore BOW, domestic servant ^ Berry Pomeroy, father Samuel BOW, labourer; witnesses Samuel & Sarah BOW

1881 @ 25 b Berry Pomeroy ^ Honeywill Farm, Ilsington (Susan M)

dau Susan Michelmore CORRICK

b 1890.3 Totnes

1891 @ 7 mo b Ilsington ^ Trumpeter, Ilsington with parents (Susan M)

1901 @ 10 b Ilsington ^ Berry Pomeroy

1891 @ 35 b Berry Pomeroy ^  Trumpeter, Ilsington (Susan M)

1901 wife @ 45 b Berry Pomeroy ^ Village, Berry Pomeroy

1911 @ 55 b Berry Pomeroy ^ Berry Pomeroy

d 1936.2 Totnes @ 80

1861 wife @ 25 b Harberton ^ Berry Village

d 1891.4 Totnes @ 55

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1839.1 Totnes

dau    Jane MITCHELMORE

b 1842.1 Totnes

chr 24Jan1842 Harberton (MICHAELMORE)

1851 scholar @ 9 b Harberton ^ Harberton with parents (MICHELMORE)

1861 servant @ 22 b Harberton ^ Newton St Cyres (MICKELMORE); head: Edward Henry QUICKE

1871 @ 29 b Harberton ^ Highweek Street, Highweek with her sister Ann and Ann's husband (MICHELMORE)

m 16Apr1874 Highweek: Frederick HALE, carpenter @ 34 ^ South Warmborough, Hampshire, father William HALE, farmer; Jane MITCHELMORE @ 32 ^ Highweek, father Peter MITCHELMORE, sailor

m 16Apr1874 Highweek Church, Newton: Mr Frederick HALE of Ropley, Hants; Miss Jane MITCHELMORE, late of Harberton UK newspaper announcements

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Peter & Margaret's memorial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Lombardini family were from Northern Italy, refugees from the 100 Years War and the Catholic Church. They initially settled in Plymouth and were shoe, boot and leather traders. One went on to set up the Lombardini Marine Engine Co, and one became Professor of Music at Oxford University.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Berry Barton was a farm adjoining Berry House, where Thomas [Tree 17] was resident.


Tree 09

Generation 9

Family 0282

head  William MITCHELMORE

chr [03Feb1805] Stoke Fleming

m 23Jul1826 Stoke Fleming: William MITCHELMORE; Jane WALLIS

1827-1831 labourer ^ Swannaton

1836-1838 labourer ^ Warfleet, Dartmouth

d 1838.2 Totnes @ 32

bur 18May1838 Stoke Fleming @ 33 ^ Dartmouth St Petrox (MUCHEMORE)

sp      Jane WALLIS

chr 6May1804 Dittisham

m1 23Jul1826 Stoke Fleming, MITCHELMORE

1840 leased cottage and gardens (about 1200 m2) at Townstall UK life events Early UK population returns

1841 @ 30 b Devon ^ Warfleet, Dartmouth (MICHAELMORE)

m2 1844.1 Totnes

m2 24Mar1844 Dartmouth St Clement: John PARRING, labourer ^ Townstall, Dartmouth, father William PARRING, labourer; Jane MUCHEMORE, widow ^ Townstall, Dartmouth, father William WALLACE, labourer; witnesses: John & William WALLACE

1851 @ 47 b Dittisham ^ Smith Street, Dartmouth (PERRING)

dau    Mary Ann MITCHELMORE

chr [21Jan1827] Stoke Fleming

bur 31Jan1837 Dartmouth St Saviour @ 10 ^ Townstall

dau    Harriett Wills MITCHELMORE

chr [07Dec1828] Stoke Fleming

dau    Elizabeth Wallis MITCHELMORE

chr [13Feb1831] Stoke Fleming

1841 @ 10 b Devon ^ Warfleet, Dartmouth with mother (Elizth MICHAELMORE)

d 1885.3 Newton Abbot @ 54

son    William Henry MUCHIMORE

chr [15Jun1834] Dartmouth St Petrox

dau    Maria MITCHELMORE

chr [10Apr1836] Stoke Fleming

1841 @ 4 b Devon ^ Warfleet, Dartmouth with mother (MICHAELMORE)

d 1846.4 Totnes @ 10 (MUCKEMORE)

bur 31Dec1846 Stoke Fleming @ 10 ^ Warfleet (MICHELMORE)

dau    Mary Ann MITCHELMORE

chr 8Jul1838 Stoke Fleming

1841 @ 2 b Devon ^ Warfleet, Dartmouth with mother (Mary MICHAELMORE)

1851 @ 12 b Dartmouth ^ Smith Street, Dartmouth with mother and stepfather (Mary Ann PERRING)

1861 servant @ 22 b Stoke Fleming ^ Castle View House, Above Town, Dartmouth St Petrox (Mary A)

m 1862.1 Totnes

m 20Feb1862 Dartmouth St Saviour: John BROOKING, mariner @ 23 ^ St Saviour, father Thomas BROOKING, labourer; Mary Ann MITCHELMORE @ 23 ^ St Saviour, father John [sic] MITCHELMORE, labourer; witness Jemima PERRINGS

son William Henry Mitchelmore BROOKING

b 1866.1 Totnes (William H M)

1881 gardeners workman (ND) @ 15 b Dartmouth ^ Clarence Street, Dartmouth with parents (William)

m 1888.2 Plymouth, Sarah COLLINS (William Mitchelmore)

m 10Jun1888 Plymouth St Saviour: William Mitchelmore BROOKING, seaman AB Harpy @ 22 ^ 25 Castle Street, father John BROOKING, rigger; Sarah Jane COLLINS @ 21 ^ 25 Castle Street, father Robert COLLINS, labourer

1901 CPO @ 33 b Dartmouth St Saviour

1911 @ 44 b Dartmouth ^ Dartmouth (William)

d 1944.4 Plymouth

dau Mary Ann Michelmore BROOKING

b 1868.2 Totnes (Mary Ann M)

chr 28Oct1871 Dartmouth St Saviour, "4 yr”

1881 scholar @ 12 b Dartmouth ^ Clarence Street, Dartmouth with parents (Mary A)

1881 @ 42 b Dartmouth ^ Clarence Street, Dartmouth

d 1912.4 Totnes @ 74

 


Tree 09

Generation 9

Family 1998

head  Jane Stone MITCHELMORE

chr 5Dec1799 Stokenham (Jane)

1809 Stokenham: apprenticed to Robert PEPPERELL, yeoman (Jane) UK legal documents

1820 ^ Tor Cross

m 23Jul1820 Stokenham, GOODYEAR

1841 female servant @ 40 b Devon ^ Clarence Street, Townstal (Jane); head: Maria PEARSON, independent means

1851 widow @ 50, retired servant b Stokenham ^ 2 Madura Cottage, Tormoham with son-in-law John LEAMON and his family (Jane GOODYER)

dau    Elizabeth Pearce MITCHELMORE

chr 19Mar1820 Stokenham

1839 Stokenham: 3rd banns read 8Sep for George KELLOND ^ Dartmouth St Petrox, father Henry KELLOND, and Elizabeth Pearse MICHELMORE ^ Stokenham

m1 1839.3 Kingsbridge (MICHELMORE)

m1 29Sep1839 Stokenham: George KELLOND, carpenter ^ Dartmouth St Petrox, father Henry KELLOND, carpenter; Elizabeth Pearce MICHELMORE @ 20 ^ Tor Cross

m2 1847.3 Newton Abbot, John LEAMEN

sp      Silas GOODYEAR

b 179x

m 23Jul1820 Stokenham

bur 15Mar1834 Stokenham @ 38 ^ Torcross

 


Tree 09

Generation 9

Family 0332

head  Edward Stone MITCHELMORE

chr 7Mar1802 Stokenham (Edward)

m 11Mar1823 Stokenham: Edward Stone MITCHELMORE; Elizabeth MITCHELL; witness Edward MITCHEL

1823 ^ Chillington

1825-1842 ^ Middlecombe

1841 agricultural labourer @ 35 b Devon ^ Middlecombe, Stokenham (Ed)

1845, 1846 ^ Widwell, Stokenham

1851 agricultural labourer, widower @ 49 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham (Edward STONE)

1861 agricultural labourer, widower @ 48 [sic] b Stokenham ^ Stokenham [living alone]

1871 agricultural labourer, widower, lodger @ 69 b Stokenham ^ Chillington (Edward S); head: Mary FARR

d 1879.1 Kingsbridge @ 76 (Edward Stone)

d 21Jan1879 @ 73; bur Stokenham (Edward). Named on same memorial: his wife Elizabeth, his daughter Elizabeth and his son George

bur 26Jan1879 Stokenham @ 76

sp      Elizabeth MITCHELL

(b 1805)

chr [7Apr1805] Malborough

m 11Mar1823 Stokenham

1841 @ 35 b Devon ^ Middlecombe, Stokenham

d 1846.3 Kingsbridge @ 41 (Elizabeth Stone)

d 15Aug1846 @ 41; bur Stokenham

bur 17Aug1846 Stokenham @ 41 ^ Chillington (Elizabeth Stone).

son    William MITCHELMORE

chr 16Jun1823 Stokenham ^ Chillington

son    John MITCHELMORE

chr 16Jun1823 Stokenham ^ Chillington

son    Charles Stone MITCHELMORE

chr 30Jan1825 Stokenham ^ Middlecombe

son    Robert Mitchell MITCHELMORE

chr 10Dec1826 Stokenham ^ Middlecombe (MUTCHULMORE)

son    Alpheus C Mitchell MITCHELMORE

chr 20Oct1828 Stokenham ^ Middlecombe

son    Josiah MITCHELMORE

chr 27Feb1831 Stokenham ^ Middlecombe

son    Sylvanus Stone MITCHELMORE

chr 12May1833 Stokenham ^ Middlecombe

dau    Alice Mitchell MITCHELMORE

chr 4Oct1835 Stokenham ^ Middlecombe

1841 @ 6 b Devon ^ Middlecombe, Stokenham with parents (Alice)

m 1856.2 Kingsbridge, Andrew BURGOYNE (Alice STONE)

dau    Sarah MITCHELMORE

chr 28Jan1838 Stokenham ^ Middlecombe

1841 @ 3 b Devon ^ Middlecombe, Stokenham with parents

1851 @ 13 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with father (Sarah STONE)

24Feb1861 Stokenham: 3rd banns read for Philip STRAW and Sarah MICHELMORE

m 1861.1 Kingsbridge

m 27Mar1861 Stokenham: Philip STRAW, shoemaker @ 25, father Philip STRAW, labourer; Sarah MITCHELMORE @ 23 ^ Chillington, father Edward MITCHELMORE, labourer; witnesses [brother] Edward Mitchell MITCHELMORE, Ann Ellen STRAW

1861 wife @ 23 b Stokenham ^ Cottage, Stokenham (Sarah Mitchelmore)

1871 @ 33 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham

son    Edward Mitchell STONE MITCHELMORE

b 1840.3 Kingsbridge

dau    Elizabeth STONE MITCHELMORE

chr 27Nov1842 Stokenham

d 1846.1 Kingsbridge @ 3 (Elizabeth Stone MITCHELMORE)

d 22Feb1846 @ 3; bur Stokenham (Elizabeth)

bur 24Feb1846 Stokenham ^ Widwell

son    George Henry STONE MITCHELMORE

b 1845.2 Kingsbridge

chr 1Jun1845 Stokenham

d 1846.4 Kingsbridge @ 1 (George Henry MITCHELMORE)

d 13Nov1846 @ 19 mo; bur Stokenham

bur 15Dec1846 Stokenham @ 1

 

 

The groom's name was originally written in the marriage register as William, which was then erased but is still visible. personal communication

 

Middlecombe Farm, near Beesands, is now a property of the National Trust.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Family memorial

Family memorial

Lower part: Edward and son George Henry. Upper part: Elizabeth and daughter Elizabeth. The memorial backs onto that of Edward's son Edward.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the baptism register, Elizabeth's surname is given as "STONE or MITCHELMORE".


Tree 09

Generation 9

Family 0580

head  Samuel MITCHELMORE

chr 31Mar1811 Stokenham

m 183x

1841 miner @ 25 b not-Breconshire ^ Mill Street, Lower Penderyn, Breconshire (MICHELLMORE)

1851 miner @ 40 b Stockingham ^ Mill Street, Penderyn, Breconshire

1861 miner @ 50 b Stockingham ^ Tregibbon, Aberdare, Glamorganshire (MITCHMOOR)

d 1862.3 Merthyr Tydfil @ 51

d 29Sep1862; bur Aberdare. Named on the same memorial: his wife Gwenllian and his son David

sp      Gwenllian RICHARDS

(b 1800) Glyn Neath, Glamorganshire

m 183x

1841 @ 35 b not Breconshire ^ Mill Street, Lower Penderyn, Breconshire

1851 @ 50 b Cadoxton, Glamorgan ^ Penderyn, Breconshire

1861 @ 62 b Catwg, Glamorgan ^ Tregibbon, Aberdare (Gweny MITCHMOOR)

1871 @ 72 b Neath, Glamorgan ^ 1 Thomas Street, Aberdare (MITCHELMORE)

1881 widow @ 80 b Glyn Neath ^ 2 Clive Place, Aberdare

d 1884.1 Methyr T @ 72

d 2Jan1884; bur Aberdare

dau    Sarah MICHELLMORE

(b 1839) Penderyn

1841 @ 3 b Breconshire ^ Mill Street, Lower Penderyn, Breconshire with parents

1851 farm servant @ 12 b Prenderyn, Breconshire ^ Prenderyn (MITCHELMORE)

m 1860.2 Merthyr Tydfil (MICHELMORE)

son    David Stone MICHELLMORE

(b 1840) Penderyn

1841 @ 1 b Breconshire ^ Mill Street, Lower Penderyn, Breconshire with parents (David)

1851 doorkeeper in mineworks @ 10 b Prenderyn, Breconshire (David MITCHELMORE)

1861 miner @ 21 b Perderyn, Breconshire ^ Tregibbon, Aberdare with parents (David MITCHMOOR)

1871 miner @ 31 b Penderyn, Breconshire ^ 1 Thomas Street with mother (David MITCHELMORE)

1881 unm coal miner @ 40 b Hirwain ^ 2 Clive Place, Aberdare with mother (David MICHELMORE )

1891 coal miner @ 50 b Aberdare ^ 1 Clive Street, Aberdare with son William (David MITCHELMORE)

1901 invalid, boarder @ 60 b Aberdare ^ 22 Gadlys Street, Aberdare (MITCHELMOOR); head: Morgan HARRIS, colliery haulier under

d 1905.3 Merthyr Tydfil @ 64 (David MITCHELMORE)

d 6Sep1905; bur Aberdare

dau    Margaret MITCHELMORE

(b 1844) Penderyn, Breconshire

1851 scholar @ 7 b Penderyn

1861 labourer @ 18 b Penderyn, Breconshire ^ Tregibbon, Aberdare with parents (MITCHMOOR)

1861 ^ Llwydcoed, Glamorganshire

m 1861.4 Merthyr Tydfil, Richard JONES

1881 @ 33 b Penderyn ^ 6 Dare Road, Aberdare

son    William MITCHELMORE

b 1845.4 Merthyr Tydfil

 

Generation 10

Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0029

head  William Mudge MITCHELMORE

chr 7Mar1824 Charleton

1848 West Alvington: banns read Jul for William MITCHELMORE and Elizabeth EDWARDS, sojourner

m 1848.3 Kingsbridge

m 10Aug1848 West Alvington: William MITCHELMORE, husbandman, father John MITCHELMORE, husbandman; Elizabeth EDWARDS, sojourner, father Richard EDWARDS, husbandman

1841 male servant @ 17 b Devon ^ Charleton; head: John PALFREY, farmer

1850-1852 labourer ^ Village, East Allington

1851 agricultural labourer @ 27 b East Allington ^ Harleston, East Allington with wife's parents Richard and Sarah EDWARDS (MICHELMORE)

1861 agricultural labourer @ 37 b Charleton ^ Harlestone, East Allington

1871 farm labourer @ 47 b Charleton ^ Halerstone, East Allington

1881 agricultural labourer @ 57 b Charleton ^ Bowden Cottage, Sherford. Also in household: his wife's mother Sarah EDWARDS

1887 retired bailiff

d 1889.1 Newton Abbot @ 63

sp      Elizabeth EDWARDS

(b 1828) Stokenham

m 1848.3 Kingsbridge

m 10Aug1848 West Alvington

1851 @ 23 b East Allington ^ Harleston, East Allington with husband and parents

1861 @ 33 b Stokenham ^ Harlestone, East Allington

1871 farm labourer @ 43 b Charleton ^ Halerstone, East Allington

1881 @ 53 b Stokenham ^ Bowden Cottage, Sherford

1891 widow @ 63 b Stokenham ^ 1 Mill Lane, Old Mill Road, Cockington with daughter Sarah (MICHELMORE)

d 1894.2 Newton Abbot @ 66 (MICHELMORE)

d 2Apr1894 St Marychurch @ 66 ^ 2 Union Terrace, "widow, died of a heart attack due to hard work moving into a new house" (MICHELMORE) UK newspaper announcements

son    Christopher Jeffry Edwards MICHELMORE

b 1850.2 Kingsbridge

son    William Thomas Edwards MICHELMORE

b 1852.2 Kingsbridge

dau    Elizabeth Jane MITCHELMORE

b 1854.4 Kingsbridge (Elizabeth J)

1861 @ 6 b East Allington ^ Harlestone, East Allington with parents (Elizabeth J)

1871 farm servant @ 16 b East Allington ^ Halerstone, East Allington with parents (Elizabeth J)

m 1880.3 Newton Abbot

m 17Jul1880 St Marychurch: Richard Henry RODGERS @ 24 ^ St Marychurch, father William RODGERS, labourer; Elizabeth Jane MITCHELMORE @ 26 ^ St Marychurch, father William MICHELMORE, labourer; witnesses [siblings] Sarah Mary & Richard William E MITCHELMORE

1891 @ 37 b Milation [Milton] ^ 3 Waterloo Road, Ellacombe with husband (Elizabeth J)

son    Richard Edwards MITCHELMORE

b 1857.1 Kingsbridge

d 1859.2 Kingbridge @ 2

d 26Apr1859 @ 2 yr 3 mo; bur East Allington

bur 29Apr1859 East Allington @ 2 ^ Harberton

dau    Sarah Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1859.4 Kingsbridge

1861 @ 1 b East Allington ^ Harlestone, East Allington with parents (Sarah M)

1871 scholar@ 11 b East Allington ^ Halerstone, East Allington with parents (Sarah M)

1881 @ 21 b East Allington ^ Bowden Cottage, Sherford with parents (Sarah M)

1891 unm manageress coffee tavern @ 31 b East Allington ^ 1 Mill Lane, Old Mill Road, Cockington with mother (Sarah M MICHELMORE)

1901 housekeeper, head @ 41 b East Allington Loughsborough ^ Wincanton, Somerset (Sarah M)

m 1905.1 Worcester

son    William Richard Edwards MITCHELMORE

b 1863.4 Kingsbridge

son    James Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1867.3 Kingsbridge

son    George Edwin MITCHELMORE

b 1869.3 Kingsbridge

d 1869.4 Kingsbridge @ 0

bur 5Oct1869 East Allington @ 14 wk ^ Harleston

d 30Sep1869 @ 15 wk; bur East Allington

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth's marriage is indexed under MICHELMORE and MITCHELMORE. On the marriage certificate, MICHELMORE was corrected to MITCHELMORE three times, leaving one unchanged.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Memorial to Richard and George

Memorial to Richard and George


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0004

head  John Blackler MITCHELMORE

chr 11Feb1826 Charleton (John)

m 1849.3 Kingsbridge (John)

m 13Sep1849 Register Office, Kingsbridge: John MITCHELMORE, labourer @ 22 ^ Charleton, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer; Tryphena CLARKE, servant @ 21 ^ Malborough, father Thomas CLARKE, mason

1850 husbandman ^ Woolston, West Alvington

1851 farm labourer @ 25 b Charleton ^ Woolston Village, West Alvington (John). Also in household: his wife's nephew Kenny Harden CLARK @ 3 b Dodbrooke

1851 gate keeper ^ West Alvington

1854 ^ Dodbrooke

1861 sawyer @ 34 b Charleton ^ Fore Street, Kingsbridge (John)

1871 sawyer @ 44 b Charleton ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke (John)

1881 newsagent @ 53 b Charleton ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke (John). Also in household: his nephew Harry FORD, stone cutter @ 33 b Dodbrooke.

1889-1893 ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke UK street & trade directories

1891 news agent @ 63 b Charleton ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke (John B)

1901 newsagent @ 74 b Dodbrooke ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke (John B)

1902 newsagent ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke UK street & trade directories

10Aug1903 departed Plymouth aboard Patricia for New York NY (J B) UK shipping & migration

19Aug1903 arrived New York aboard Patricia from Plymouth, detained at New York for special inquiry, reason "L P S 2 Dr cut W" (J B) North American shipping & migration

20Aug1903 admitted to USA; married @ 76 ^ Kingsbridge, visiting daughter Mrs [Elizabeth] DIGIL, Coldstream, Smithport PA (John B MICHELMORE) North American shipping & migration

sp      Tryphena CLARKE

(b 1830) Dodbrooke

daughter of Charles CLARKE and Mary FORD personal communication

m 1849.3 Kingsbridge

m 13Sep1849 Register Office, Kingsbridge

1850 ^ East Charleton

1851 @ 22 ^ Woolston Village, West Alvington

1861 @ 32 b Dodbrooke ^ Fore Street, Kingsbridge (Triphena)

1871 housewife @ 42 b Dodbrooke ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke

1881 @ 51 b Dodbrooke ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke

1891 @ 61 ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke

1901 @ 72 b Dodbrooke ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke

10Aug1903 departed Plymouth aboard Patricia for New York NY (?) UK shipping & migration

19Aug1903 arrived New York aboard Patricia from Plymouth, detained at New York for special inquiry (?) North American shipping & migration

20Aug1903 admitted to USA; married @ 74 ^ Kingsbridge, visiting daughter in PA (MICHELMORE) North American shipping & migration

"When I visited Devon in 1960, I was told that Tryphena Clarke MITCHELMORE was considered ‘very liberal’ and ‘advanced’ for her day, known to read the radical newspaper every day at breakfast. She and her husband John also went to New York after Charles had emigrated and visited him. ‘You must be very happy to have Charles in the kitchen’, his mother told her daughter-in-law, according to family lore. ‘He knows so much about cookery from all I have taught him.’ And the young woman replied: ‘Charles? Oh, no! He never sets foot in here! Always told me he didn’t know the first thing about it!’" personal communication

28Oct1903 housewife: arrived Liverpool aboard Oceanic from New York (Mrs MICHELMORE) UK shipping & migration

son    Charles Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1850.1 Kingsbridge

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1852.4 Kingsbridge

son    Thomas John Stubbing MITCHELMORE

b 1854.2 Kingsbridge

b 8Apr1854

chr 23Apr1854 Kingsbridge Ebenezer Chapel

1861 scholar @ 7 b Dodbrooke ^ Fore Street, Kingsbridge with parents (Thomas)

1871 scholar @ 17 b Dodbrooke ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents (Thomas)

d 1873.1 Kingsbridge @ 18 (Thomas)

d 1Jan1875 @ 18; bur Dodbrooke (Thomas J S). Named on same memorial: his siblings Emma, Matilda and Ella

bur 5Jan1873 Dodbrooke @ 18 (Thomas)

son    Francis Nute MITCHELMORE

b 1856.2 Kingsbridge

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1858.1 Kingsbridge (MICHELMORE)

chr 25Mar1858 Churchstow (MICHELMORE)

1861 scholar @ 3 b W Alvington ^ Fore Street, Kingsbridge with parents

1871 scholar @ 13 b W Alvington ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents

1881 dressmaker @ 23 b West Allington ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents (Bessie)

188x emigrated to the USA

m 188x PA, Fred DIEGEL personal communication

1903 ^ Coldstream, Smithport PA (Mrs DIGIL) North American shipping & migration

1927 referred to in letter from niece Sadie as "Lizzie Mitchelmore DIEGEL (Aunt Lizzie)" personal communication

dau    Emma Louisa MITCHELMORE

b 1861.1 Kingsbridge

1861 @ 3 mo b Kingsbridge (Emma)

1871 scholar @ 10 b Kingsbridge ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents (Norma L)

d 1877.2 Kingsbridge @ 16

d 25May1877 @ 16; bur Dodbrooke. Named on same memorial: her siblings Thomas, Matilda and Ella

son    Nicholas Ford MITCHELMORE

b 1863.2 Kingsbridge

1871 scholar @ 9 b Kingsbridge ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents (Nicholas)

1881 ironmonger's assistant @ 18 b Kingsbridge ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents (Nick)

d 1882.3 Kingsbridge @ 19

son    Harold MITCHELMORE

b 1865.1 Kingsbridge

son    Albert MITCHELMORE

b 1867.1 Kingsbridge

dau    Matilda Ellen MITCHELMORE

b 1870.1 Kingsbridge

1871 @ 1 b Dodbrooke ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents (Matilda H)

d 1871.4 Kingsbridge @ 1

d 11Oct1871 @ 4yr 10 mo [sic]; bur Dodbrooke. Named on same memorial: her siblings Thomas, Emma and Ella

bur 15Oct1871 Dodbrooke @ 1 (Matilda Helen)

dau    Ella MITCHELMORE

b 1872.2 Kingsbridge

d 1873.1 Kingsbridge @ 10 [mo]

d 22Mar1873 @ 10 mo; bur Dodbrooke. Named on same memorial: his siblings Thomas, Emma and Matilda

bur 26Mar1873 Dodbrooke @ 10 mo

 

John and family

John, Tryphena and family
in 1902

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The abbreviation "L P S" is common amongst detainees' records; the rest is virtually indecipherable.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth probably joined her brother Charles Henry, who lived in PA from 1886-1890.


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0055

head  Thomas Mudge MITCHELMORE

chr 13Jun1830 Charleton

1841 @ 11 b Devon ^ Charleton with parents

1849 West Alvington: 3rd banns read 11Mar for Thomas MITCHELMORE, sojourner, and Mary CRANCH

m 1849.1 Kingsbridge

m 25Mar1849 West Alvington: Thomas MITCHELMOOR, sojourner, minor, labourer ^ West Alvington, father John MITCHELMOOR, labourer; Mary CRANCH, minor ^ West Alvington, father William CRANCH, labourer; witnesses Elizabeth & Samuel CRANCH

1849, 1852 husbandman ^ West Alvington

1851 agricultural labourer @ 20 b Charleton ^ West Alvington (MITCHAMORE)

1854 ^ Dartmouth

1859, 1862 sawyer ^ Townstal

1861 wood sawyer @ 30 b Chillington ^ Higher Street, Dartmouth

1862-1865 sawyer

1871 sawyer @ 41 b Charleton ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth

1872 labourer ^ Townstal

1878-79 sawyer ^ Lower Street, Dartmouth (Thomas) UK street & trade directories

1881 sawyer @ 50 b Townstall, Dartmouth ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth

Nov1881 occupier of quay, sawpit, slip & passage affected by Dartmouth Harbour Improvement Plan UK life events

1891 wood sawyer @ 60 b Charleton ^ Silver Street, Townstall, Dartmouth. Also in household: his granddaughter Emma HARRIS [daughter of his daughter Caroline]

d 1892.4 Totnes @ 62

d 29Oct1892 @ 63; bur Dartmouth St Clement (Thomas). Named on same memorial: his wife Mary and his children Elizabeth Ann, Emma, Samuel and Elizabeth Burrol

bur 6Nov1892 Dartmouth St Clement @ 62

sp      Mary CRANCH

chr 10Jul1830 West Alvington

m 1849.1 Kingsbridge

m 25Mar1849 West Alvington

1851 @ 20 b West Alvington ^ West Alvington

1861 @ 30 b West Alvington ^ Higher Street, Dartmouth

1871 @ 41 b W Allington ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth

1881 @ 5? b Townstall, Dartmouth ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth

1891 @ 60 b Charleston

d 1897.2 Totnes @ 67

d 8May1897 @ 66; bur Dartmouth St Clement

bur 11May1897 Dartmouth St Clement @ 67 ^ Silver Street

son    William Cranch MITCHELMORE

b 1849.2 Kingsbridge (William)

dau    Mary Grace MITCHELMORE

b 16Nov1850 personal communication

1851 @ 5 mo b West Alvington (MITCHAMORE)

1861 scholar @ 10 b West Alvington ^ Higher Street, Dartmouth with parents (M G)

m 1870.3 Totnes

m 8Aug1870 Dartmouth St Clement: John MARSHALL, sailor HMS Britannia ^ Townstall, Dartmouth, father James MARSHALL, leather dresser; Mary Grace MITCHELMORE @ 20 ^ Townstall, Dartmouth, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, sawyer; witnesses [father] Thomas & [sister] Caroline MITCHELMORE

d 15May1890 @ 25; bur Dartmouth St Clement. Named on same memorial: William E Harris

dau    Elizabeth Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1852.3 Kingsbridge

b 24Aug1852 personal communication

chr 26Sep1852 West Alvington

d 1854.2 Totnes @ 20 [mo]

bur 26Apr1854 West Alvington @ 1 yr 8 mo ^ Dartmouth

d 29Apr1854 @ 1; bur Dartmouth St Clement (Elizabeth A)

dau    Catharine MITCHELMORE

b 1854.4 Totnes

son    John Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1857.1 Totnes

son    Samuel MITCHELMORE

b 1859.1 Totnes

chr 23Feb1859 Dartmouth St Saviour (Ryner Samuel)

d 1859.1 Totnes @ 0

d 5Mar1859 @ 1 mo; bur Dartmouth St Clement

bur 27Feb1859 Dartmouth St Clement @ 3 wk

dau    Elizabeth Burrell MITCHELMORE

b 12Feb1859 personal communication

b 1860.1 Totnes (Elizabeth Burrall)

1861 @ 1 b Dartmouth ^ Higher Street, Dartmouth with parents

chr 9Jul1862 Dartmouth St Saviour

1871 scholar @ 11 b Dartmouth ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth with parents

m 1879.2 Totnes

m 10Apr1879 Dartmouth St Clement: Charles WRIGHT, Royal Marine @ 30 ^ HMS Britannia, Townstall, Dartmouth, father John WRIGHT (dec.); Elizabeth Burell MITCHELMORE @ 20 ^ Townstall, Dartmouth, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, sawyer; witnesses [father] Thomas & [sister] Anne MITCHELMORE

1881 married @ 22 b Townstall, Dartmouth ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth with parents

d 19May1881 @ 22; bur Dartmouth St Clement (Elizabeth Burrol)

son    Charles Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1862.2 Totnes

son    Joseph Cranch MITCHELMORE

b 1865.2 Totnes [twin]

dau    Ann Maria Cranch MITCHELMORE

b 1865.2 Totnes [twin]

son    Hercules James MITCHELMORE

b 2Aug1868 Dartmouth Royal Navy records

dau    Emma Louisa MITCHELMORE

b 1872.4 Totnes

chr 8Oct1872 Dartmouth St Saviour

d 1875.2 Totnes @ 2

d 22Apr1875 Silver Street, Dartmouth UK newspaper announcements

d 22Apr1875 @ 2; bur Dartmouth St Clement (Emma L)

bur 25Apr1875 Dartmouth St Clement @ 2 (Emma Louisa MICHELMORE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary was a granddaughter of the Joseph CRANCH who married Jane [Tree 05] in 1815.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presumably Elizabeth was buried in West Alvington and a memorial stone erected in Dartmouth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth's birth was registered very late, if the birth date is correct.

 


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0105

head  William MICHELMORE

chr 19Feb1809 Portsea, Hampshire (MICHELMORE)

m 182x

1824-1826 ^ Royal Engineers UK life events

1826 ^ Sappers & Miners of Engineers Barracks

bur 3Mar1828 Portsea @ 19

sp      Elizabeth ??

b 179x

m 182x

son    John MITCHMORE

chr 25Jul1823 St Thomas, Portsmouth (MITCHMOORE)

bur 21Oct1823 Portsea St Mary @ 0

dau    Hannah MICHELMOR

(b 1824) Hampshire

1841 @ 16 b Hampshire ^ South View, Portsea Town with grandmother Ann

?bur 5Apr1868 St James, Dudley, Worcestershire @ 45 (Hannah Ann MICKMORE)

dau    Elizabeth MUCHMORE

b 1824 Portsea UK life events

chr 7Jan1825 St Thomas, Portsmouth (Elizth)

son    John MUCHMORE

b 1826 Portsmouth UK life events

chr 24Dec1826 Portsea

 

 

 

 

William had fathered four children by the time he died at age 19.


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0096

head  William Quircke MICHELMORE

chr 22Mar1812 St Decumans

m1 1838.3 Kensington (William)

m1 4Sep1838 London Holy Trinity, Upper Chelsea: William MITCHELMORE, carpenter ^ Cardiff, Glamorgan, father William MITCHELMORE, shipwright; Jane STOATE ^ 2 Caroline Street, father William STOATE, farmer

1840 victualler ^ Trinity Street

1841 carpenter @ 25 b not Glamorgan ^ Trinity Street, Cardiff (William). Also in household: his brother Henry

1842-1846 carpenter ^ Trinity Street

Apr1847 landlord, Fountain Inn, 9 Trinity Street, Cardiff (William) UK legal documents

1848 victualler ^ Trinity Street

1850-1861 builder ^ Trinity Street

1851 cabinet maker, widower @ 39 b Watchet, Somerset ^ 10 Trinity Street, Cardiff St John (William)

1854 subscribed to one copy of W L Jenkins, History of the Town and Castle of Cardiff, pub Charles Wakeford

1852-1855 innkeeper ^ The Fountain, Trinity Street, Cardiff UK street & trade directories

m2 1857.1 Bradfield (William Quick)

m2 4Feb1857 St Michael, Tilehurst: William Quick MITCHELMORE, father William MITCHELMORE; Sarah Menora Toundy MILLS, father Robert MILLS

4Feb1857 Tilehurst: William Quirck MITCHELMORE, builder ^ Cardiff, married Melora Sarah MILLS, eldest daughter of the late Robert MILLS Esq ^ Broad Street, Reading UK newspaper announcements

1857 builder ^ Fountain Inn, Cardiff (William) UK newspaper announcements

1858 joiner, builder and undertaker ^ 12 St Mary Street, Cardiff (MITCHELMORE) UK street & trade directories

1858 innkeeper ^ The Fountain public house, Trinity Street, Cardiff (MITCHELMORE) UK street & trade directories

1859-1865 tendered for several Cardiff building projects (W) UK life events

1860 trustee of the estate of John Frederick HARTLAND ^ Cardiff (William) UK wills & probates

1861 carpenter master employing 10 men 3 boys @ 49 b Watchet ^ Cardiff St John

1862 Fountain Inn, Trinity Street, Cardiff had been closed for some years (?) UK legal documents

1863-1866 builder ^ 10 Trinity Street & 15 St Mary Street, Cardiff UK street & trade directories

25Sep1865 leased Ivy Bush Inn, St Mary Street, Cardiff UK life events

1867 ^ 2 Charles Street

Apr1867 Vice-Chairman, Cardiff Builders’ Association (W Q) UK life events

Jun1868 ^ 2 Charles Street: advertises Bell Mont Villa, Partridge Road for rent (?) UK life events

Mar1869 builder ^ Mill Land: assessor for Cardiff South Ward (William) UK life events

1869 builder ^ Cardiff: employee imprisoned for stealing a brush (Mr) UK life events

1871 builder @ 58 b Watchet, Somerset ^ 2 Charles Street, Cardiff St John

1871 ^ 2 Charles Street, Cardiff (Wm Q) UK street & trade directories

1871-1881 joiner, builder and undertaker ^ 2 Mill Lane, Cardiff UK street & trade directories

1877 a chief mourner at funeral of Alderman James PRIDE (Mr) UK life events

1880-81 ^ 4 Charles Street, Cardiff (William Quirk) UK street & trade directories

1881 supporter of Messrs MORGAN and WARING in upcoming Cardiff elections (W) UK life events

d 1883.4 Cardiff @ 71

d 24Oct1883 4 Charles Street, Cardiff @ 71 UK newspaper announcements

d 24Oct1883; bur Cardiff

bur 31Oct1883 Cardiff St John @ 71 ^ 2 Charles Street (William Quick)

d 24Oct1883 4 Charles Street, Glamorgan: builder; probate granted 18Dec1883 Llandaff to Melora MITCHELMORE ^ 4 Charles Street, his widow, estate £10,180 10s 4d UK wills & probates

sp1    Jane STOATE

b 1816 Cardiff personal communication

m 1838.3 Kensington

m 4Sep1838 Holy Trinity, Upper Chelsea personal communication

1841 @ 25 b not Glamorgan ^ Trinity Street, Cardiff

d 1850.2 Cardiff @ 39

d 8May1850 Cardiff, “landlady, Fountain Inn, Trinity Street, Cardiff” UK newspaper announcements

dau    Frances Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1840.3 Cardiff (Frances)

chr 30Aug1840 Cardiff St John

1841 @ 10 mo b not Glamorgan ^ Trinity Street, Cardiff with parents

1851 @ 10 b Cardiff ^ 10 Trinity Street, Cardiff St John with father (Frances)

1861 unm milliner @ 20 b Cardiff ^ The Phoenix, Palmer Street, Westminster with uncle Henry

1868 Tilehurst, Berkshire: 3rd banns read 28Jun for Henry Branson HALIFAX and Frances Mary MITCHELMORE

m 1868.2 Bradfield

m 28Jun1868 St Michael, Tilehurst: Henry Branson HALIFAX, father Christopher HALIFAX; Frances Mary MITCHELMORE, father William MITCHELMORE

1881 @ 40 b Cardiff ^ 40 Portland Road, London (Frances M)

son    William MITCHELMORE

b 1842.1 Cardiff

chr 27Mar1842 Cardiff St John

d 1842.3 Cardiff @ 1 [mo]

son    Andrew MITCHELMORE

b 1843.4 Cardiff

chr [22Oct1843] Cardiff St John

d 1845.1 Cardiff @ 1

son    Andrew MITCHELMORE

b 1845.4 Cardiff

dau    Elizabeth Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1848.3 Cardiff

b 23Jun1848 Cardiff

chr 30Jul1848 Cardiff St John

1851 @ 2 b Cardiff ^ 10 Trinity Street, Cardiff St John with father

1861 scholar @ 13 b Cardiff ^ 10 Trinity Street, Cardiff St John with father and stepmother (Elizabeth A)

1871 milliner @ 23 b London ^ Cardiff St John with aunt Mary Ann

1871 milliner @ 22 b Cardiff ^ New Bond Street, St George Hanover Square, London (Eliz A); assistant to Chas TURNER, lace & commission agent

m1 1879.4 Camberwell, Robert Gondie THOMSON

m1 12Oct1879 St Giles, Camberwell: Robert Goudie THOMSON, draper ^ Westminster St James, father John THOMSON, farmer; Elizabeth Ann MITCHELMORE ^ Vicarage Road, father William Quirck MITCHELMORE, builder

m2 1880.3 Cardiff, Robert Gondie THOMSON

1881 married domestic servant @ 32 b Cardiff ^ H M Female Convict Prison, Burlington Lane, London

son Robert Mitchelmore THOMSON

b 1885.3 Greenwich

b 22Jun1885

chr 11Oct1885 All Saints, Deptford, Kent, “mother Lizzie”

1901 cable wander works @ 15 b Southwark ^ Greenwich

1911 @ 25 ^ Ticehurst, Sussex (Robert M)

m 1914.1 Tonbridge, Sylvia C PEARMUND (Robert M)

m 2Feb1914 Tunbridge Wells, Sylvia Catherine PEARMUND

1914-1915 stock & share broker with H M Howe & Thomson, 13 Copthall Court, London EC

Dec1938 ^ The Grange, Walton-on-Thames: appointed to the Commission of the Peace for Surrey UK life events

d 5 Jun 1942 The Grange, Ashley Road, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, formerly ^ Chudleigh, Walton-on-Thames UK wills & probates

1901 @ 51 b Cardiff ^ Tunbridge Wells with husband

dau    Sarah Jane MITCHELMORE

b 1850.2 Cardiff

chr 11Aug1850 Cardiff St John

d 1850.4 Bristol @ 5 [mo]

d 1850 Cardiff personal communication

sp2    Melora Sarah Toundy MILLS

b 1822 Becket, Reading personal communication

m 1857.1 Bradfield (Sarah Melora Toundy)

m 4Feb1857 St Michael, Tilehurst (Sarah Menora Toundy) UK newspaper announcements

1861 @ 40 b Reading ^ 10 Trinity Street, Cardiff St John (Melora)

25Oct1867 narrowly escaped injury when a 15 ft deep old well, which had been covered up by boards, opened beneath her feet (?) UK life events

1871 @ 48 b Reading ^ 2 Charles Street, Cardiff St John (Melira)

1887 ^ 48 Charles Street, Queens Street, Cardiff (Mrs)

1891 @ 68 b Reading ^ Miller of Mansfield Hotel, Goring, Oxfordshire with son Ernest (Nelora MUCHMORE)

1901 @ 78 b Reading ^ Goring, Oxfordshire with son Ernest (Melora G S MITCHELMORE)

1911 @ 89 b Reading ^ Manor Road, Bradfield, Berkshire with son Ernest (Melora)

d 1911.2 Bradfield @ 89 (Melora Sarah Soundy)

bur 21Apr1911 Cardiff St John @ 89 ^ Goreing Bucklebury

son    William Quirck MITCHELMORE

b 1858.1 Cardiff

b 22Nov1857 Fountain Inn, Cardiff (?) UK newspaper announcements

chr 26Nov1857 Cardiff St John (William Quirk)

d 1858.1 Cardiff @ 0

d 30Jan1858 Cardiff UK newspaper announcements

son    Ernest Cecil MITCHELMORE

b 1859.1 Cardiff

son    William Quirck MITCHELMORE

b 1860.4 Cardiff

1861 @ 8 mo b Cardiff ^ 10 Trinity Street, Cardiff St John with parents

chr 2May1861 Cardiff St John

d 1867.1 Cardiff @ 6

d 5Mar1867 2 Charles Street, Cardiff @ 6 yr 6 mo UK newspaper announcements

bur 13Mar1867 Cardiff St John @ 6 ^ Charles Street

dau    Caroline MITCHELMORE

(b 1865)

d 1868.1 Cardiff @ 3

bur 13Mar1867 Cardiff St John @ 6 ^ Charles Street

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1851, William was living in the same house as his brother Henry and his children.

 

It may have been William's father William who subscribed to the Cardiff history book in 1854.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, William's estate would have been equivalent to about £5,250,000 today.

 

 

It is not known whether Jane was any relation of the Charlotte STOATE who married her husband's brother Henry. They were not sisters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth appears to have been enumerated twice in 1871.

 

 

It is not known why Elizabeth and Robert went through two marriage ceremonies. Perhaps there was one ceremony for each set of parents?


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0097

head  John William MICHELMORE

chr 16Jan1814 St Decumans

m1 2Oct1836 Bridgwater, Somerset, PRING

1841 carpenter @ 25 b not Glamorgan ^ Wharton Street, Cardiff St Marys with his father

m2 1841.4 Cardiff (John MITCHELMORE)

1842 carpenter ^ Wharton Street, Cardiff St Mary

1851 carpenter, pauper @ 35 b Watchet ^ 2 Little Barracks, Cardiff St John (J MITCHELMORE)

1852 carpenter ^ Hill’s Street, Cardiff

d 1852.2 Cardiff @ 36(John MITCHELMORE)

bur 1Jul1852 Cardiff St John @ 36 ^ Cross Street

sp1    Rebecca PRING

(b 1811)

m 2Oct1836 Bridgwater

d 1838.1 Bridgewater @ 27

bur 9Feb1838 Bridgwater St Mary @ 27

sp2    Deborah COOPER

(b 1819) St Petrox, Pembrokeshire

chr 23Jan1829 St Mary, Pembroke

m 1841.4 Cardiff

1851 @ 31 b Pater [St Petrox], Pembrokeshire ^ 2 Little Barracks, Cardiff St John

d 1852.4 Cardiff @ 33

bur 26Dec1852 Cardiff St John @ 33 ^ Hills Terrace

dau    Mary Jane MITCHELMORE

b 1842.3 Cardiff

chr 26Oct1842 Cardiff St John

1851 scholar @ 9 b Cardiff ^ 15 Caroline Street, Cardiff St John with aunt Mary Ann and her family

m 1863.4 Cardiff

dau    Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1845.1 St Saviour

b 1846 Cardiff personal communication

1851 scholar @ 6 b London ^ 2 Little Barracks, Cardiff St John with parents

chr 9Feb1852 Cardiff St John

1861 @ 15 b Southwark ^ Wood Street, Cardiff St Mary with aunt Mary Ann and her family

d 24Jan1880 Tredegar UK newspaper announcements

d 1880.1 Bedwelty @ 34

dau    Rebecca MITCHELMORE

b 1848.1 Westminster

1851 scholar @ 3 b London ^ 2 Little Barracks, Cardiff St John with parents

chr 9Feb1852 Cardiff St John

1861 @ 13 b Southwark ^ Wood Street, Cardiff St Mary with aunt Mary Ann and her family

m1 1866.3 Cardiff

m1 25Sep1866 Cardiff St John: William EVANS, widower @ 29, father Henry EVANS; Rebecca MITCHELMORE @ 21, father John MITCHELMORE

m2 1880.2 Newport M

m2 17Jun1880 St Woolos, Newport, Thomas RUSSELL

son    John MITCHELMORE

b 1849.4 Cardiff

1851 @ 1 b Cardiff ^ 2 Little Barracks, Cardiff St John with parents

chr 8Feb1852 Cardiff St John

1861 shop boy @ 11 b Cardiff ^ 7 East Lane, Minster in Sheppey, Kent with uncle Phillip COOPER

son    Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1852.4 Cardiff

chr17Oct1852 Cardiff St John

d 1852.4 Cardiff @ 3 [mo]

bur 19Dec1852 Cardiff St John @ 3 mo ^ Hills Terrace

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John died before his youngest son Edward was born.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deborah died 3 months after her son Edward was born and a week after he died.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth and Rebecca were both baptised one day after their brother John’s baptism.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phillip COOPER was John’s mother’s brother, presumably taking care of John after his mother died a widow in 1852.


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0098

head  Henry Andrew MITCHELMORE

chr 28Dec1817 St Decumans, Somerset

1841 cabinet maker @ 20 b not Glamorgan ^ Trinity Street, Cardiff with his brother William (Henry)

m 2May1842 Luccombe, Somerset: Henry MITCHELMORE, cabinet maker ^ Cardiff, Glamorgan, father William MITCHELMORE, shipwright; Charlotte STOATE ^ West Luccombe, father John STOATE, farmer

1843 cabinet maker ^ Canton, Llandaff,  Glamorganshire

1845 cabinet maker ^ Working Street, Cardiff

1851 cabinet maker ^ Trinity Street, Cardiff

1851 cabinet maker @ 33 b Watchet, Somerset ^ 10 Trinity Street, Cardiff St John (Henry)

1854-1874 paid rates on public house at Palace Street, Westminster St Margaret (Henry) UK street & trade directories

1855 licensed victualler ^ Palace Street, Pimlico

1861 victualler @ 41 b Watchett ^ The Phoenix, Palmer Street, Westminster (Henry)

1869 publican ^ The Phoenix, 14 Palace Street, Westminster UK street & trade directories

1871 licensed victualler @ 50 b St Decumans ^ The Phenix, Palace Street, Westminster St Margaret, London (Henry)

d 1875.2 Camberwell @ 57

d 25May1875 58 Asylum Road, Kent Road, Peckham @ 56, proprietor of the Phoenix Tavern, Palace Street SW (Henry) UK newspaper announcements

d 25May1875; bur Kensal Green (Henry)

d 25Apr1875 58 Asylum Road, Kent Road, Peckham: gentleman, formerly ^ The Phoenix tavern, Palace Street, Pimlico; probate granted 21May1875 Principal Registry to Charlotte MITCHELMORE ^ 58 Asylum Road, his widow, estate under £6000 UK wills & probates

sp      Charlotte STOATE

chr 31Aug1814 Luccombe, "daughter of John STOATE, labourer, and his wife Mary"

m 2May1842 Luccombe

1851 @ 36 b Luccombe ^ 10 Trinity Street, Cardiff St John

1861 @ 42 b Luccombe ^ The Phoenix, Palmer Street, Westminster

1871 @ 51 b Luccombe ^ The Phenix, Palace Street, Westminster St Margaret, London

1881 retired licensed victualler, widow @ 65 b West Luccombe ^ 58 Asylum Road, Camberwell

1891 widow @ 70 b Luccombe ^ 58 Asylum Road, Camberwell. Also in household: unm niece Elizabeth STOATE @ 37 b Luccombe

1896 ^ 58 Asylum Road, Peckham UK street & trade directories

d 1897.1 Camberwell @ 83

d 5Feb1897; bur Kensal Green

d 5Feb1897 58 Asylum Road, Peckham: widow, formerly ^ Palace Road, Pimlico; probate granted 9Mar1897 London to Henry SANDFORD and Frederick KILVINGTON, gentlemen, estate £14,684 3s 9d UK wills & probates

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1843.1 Cardiff

chr 13Feb1843 Cardiff St John

1851 @ 8 b Cardiff ^ 10 Trinity Street, Cardiff St John with parents

1861 law clerk @ 18 b Cardiff ^ The Phoenix, Palmer Street, Westminster with parents

d 1866.3 Westminster @ 23

bur 6Aug1866 All Souls Cemetery, Kensal Green @ 23 ^ Phoenix Circus, Westminster

son    Edwin MITCHELMORE

b 1844.4 Cardiff

chr 19Jan1845 Cardiff St John

1851 @ 6 b Cardiff ^ 10 Trinity Street, Cardiff St John with parents

1861 law clerk @ 16 b Cardiff ^ The Phoenix, Palmer Street, Westminster with parents

1871 assistant @ 26 b Cardiff ^ The Phenix, Palace Street, Westminster St Margaret, London with parents

d 1873.4 St George Hanover Square @ 28

bur 1873 Kensal Green Cemetery

son    Alfred MITCHELMORE

b 1851.1 Cardiff

chr 23Mar1851 Cardiff St John

1851 @ 1 mo b Cardiff ^ 10 Trinity Street, Cardiff St John with parents

1861 pupil @ 10 b Glamorgan ^ Old Brentford; head: Mary BEVAN

1871 accountant @ 20 b Cardiff ^ The Phenix, Palace Street, Westminster St Margaret, London with parents

d 1872.4 St George Hanover Square @ 21

bur 22Nov1872 All Souls Cemetery, Kensal Green @ 21 ^ Phoenix Palace Street, Pimlico

son    Frederick MITCHELMORE

b 1855.1 Westminster

b 3Dec1854

chr 4Feb1855 Pimlico, St Peter

1861 @ 6 b London ^ The Phoenix, Palmer Street, Westminster with parents

1871 apprentice @ 16 b London ^ The Phenix, Palace Street, Westminster St Margaret, London with parents

1881 watchmaker, unemployed @ 27 b Pimlico ^ 58 Asylum Road, Camberwell

d 1886.4 Camberwell @ 34

bur 1886 Kensal Green Cemetery

 

 

 

 

 

Luccombe (Luckham) is near Porlock, Somerset, about 15 km east of Watchet.

 

 

 

In 1851, Henry and his family were living in the same house as his widowed brother William and his children.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Henry's estate would have been equivalent to about £3,200,000 today.

 

 

It is not known whether Charlotte was any relation of the Jane STOATE who married her husband's brother William. They were not sisters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Charlotte's estate would have been equivalent to about £6,000,000 today.


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0012

head  William Robert MITCHELMORE

b 31Mar1835 Prospect Place, Exeter

chr [4Oct1835] Exeter St Mary Major (William Robert)

1841 @ 6 b Devon ^ Tavistock Cottages, Plymouth Charles with mother (William)

1851 errand boy @ 11 b Exeter ^ Octagon Street, Plymouth St Andrew with parents (William)

1858 paid poor rate on property in King Street West, Plymouth (William) UK street & trade directories

m 1858.4 Stoke Damerel

m 30Nov1858 Stoke Damerel: William MITCHELLMORE, baker @ 24 ^ South Street, father Robert MITCHELLMORE, labourer; Elizabeth BATE @ 23 ^ Stopford Place, father John BATE, mariner RN; witness William SYMONS

1861 baker @ 24 b Exeter ^ 7 Rendle Street, Plymouth St Andrew with parents (William)

1869 paid water rate on property in King Street West, Plymouth (William) UK street & trade directories

1871 @ 33 b Exeter ^ 88 King Street West, Plymouth St Andrew (Wm MICHELMORE)

1874 baker ^ 1 Stoke Road, Stoke Damerel

1877, 1880 paid water rates on 88 King Street, Plymouth (?) UK street & trade directories

1881 baker @ 44 b Exeter ^ 88 King Street West, Plymouth St Andrew (Wm.)

1889-1891 baker ^ 88 King Street, Plymouth (Wm) UK street & trade directories

1891 widowed baker @ 50 b Plymouth ^ 33 Clarence Place, East Stonehouse with sons William and Richard, boarding with Mary EDWARDS, widow (Wm)

d 1898.1 Plymouth @ 59 (William Henry)

d 30Jan1898 @ 60; bur Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth (William Henry). Named on same memorial: his son William Henry, his son's wife Susan, their daughter May's husband William Henry HONEYCHURCH, and Susan's mother Elizabeth MORTIMORE

sp      Elizabeth BATE

(b 1837) Camelford, Cornwall

m 1858.4 Stoke Damerel

m 30Nov1858 Stoke Damerel

1861 @ 23 b Camelford ^ 7 Rendle Street, Plymouth St Andrew with her in-laws

1871 @ 33 b Cornwall ^ 88 King Street West, Plymouth St Andrew (Elizh MICHELMORE)

1881 @ 42 b Cornwall ^ 88 King Street West, Plymouth St Andrew (Elizth)

d 1884.1 East Stonehouse @ 48

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1866.1 Plymouth

son    Richard Roskelly Bate MITCHELMORE

b 1879.4 Plymouth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marriage witness William SYMONS was probably William's employer. In 1861, he was a master baker employing 2 men and 1 boy ^ 75 Pembroke Street, Plymouth.

 

 

 

 

See below for enlargements

Family memorial in
Ford Park Cemetery

Front: William and his son William's mother-in-law Elizabeth MORTIMORE. Back: His son William, his son's wife Susan and their son-in-law William

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Richard's mother Elizabeth would have been 41 when he was born.


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0022

head  Thomas MITCHELMORE

chr [13Oct1822] Stoke Fleming

1841 male servant @ 15 b Devon ^ Brownston Street, Modbury; head: John SAVARY, solicitor

1851 man servant @ 29 b Stoke Fleming ^ The Cottage, Modbury; head: John P SAVERY, solicitor

m 1851.4 Plymouth

m 12Oct1851 Plymouth St Andrew: Thomas MITCHELMORE, servant @ 29 ^ Modbury, father Peter MITCHELMORE, labourer; Elizabeth CROCKER @ 25 ^ 24 Willliam Street, father Samuel CROCKER, plasterer

1852 gardener ^ Clarence Street, Plymouth Charles

1854-1863 gardener ^ Modbury

1861 gardener @ 33 [sic] b Stoke Fleming ^ Brownston Street, Modbury

1871 gardener @ 48 b Stoke Fleming ^ Brownston Street, Modbury

1878-1879 jobbing gardener ^ 13 Brownston Street, Modbury UK street & trade directories

1881 gardener @ 58 b Stoke Fleming ^ 29 Brownston Street, Modbury

d 1888.4 Kingsbridge

d 29Nov1888 Broad Street, Modbury

sp      Elizabeth CROCKER

chr 12Feb1826 Modbury, "dau of Samuel & Mary Ann"

m 1851.4 Plymouth

m 12Oct1851 Plymouth St Andrew

1861 @ 34 b Modbury ^ Brownston Street, Modbury

1871 @ 45 b Modbury ^ Brownston Street, Modbury

1881 @ 54 b Modbury ^ 29 Brownston Street, Modbury

d 1885.3 Kingsbridge @ 59

bur 20Sep1885 Modbury @ 59

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1852.3 Plymouth

son    John Crocker MITCHELMORE

b 1854.2 Kingsbridge

son    Alfred MITCHELMORE

b 1856.3 Kingsbridge

son    Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1858.3 Kingsbridge

dau    Ellen MITCHELMORE

b 1860.4 Kingsbridge

b 1Sep1860

chr 26Oct1860 Modbury

1861 @ 7 mo b Modbury ^ Brownston Street, Modbury with parents

1871 @ 10 b Modbury ^ Brownston Street, Modbury with parents

1881 "an assistant (Gard 7/3)" @ 20 b Modbury ^ 29 Brownston Street, Modbury with parents

m 1884.3 Kingsbridge, Samuel COVE

1901 @ 40 b Modbury ^ Modbury with husband and family

son    Edwin MITCHELMORE

b 1863.1 Kingsbridge

b 31Dec1863

chr 24Apr1863 Modbury

1871 @ 8 b Modbury ^ Brownston Street, Modbury with parents

1881 solicitor general clerk @ 18 b Modbury ^ 29 Brownston Street, Modbury with parents

1890 solicitor's clerk ^ 5 Church Street, Modbury UK street & trade directories

1891 solicitors clerk @ 28 ^ Church Street, Modbury, boarding with Samuel G COOK, baker and grocer

1901 solicitors clerk @ 38 b Modbury ^ Galpin Street, Modbury

1911 solicitors clerk, lodger   @ 48 b Modbury ^ Galpin Street, Modbury; head: Susan WREFORD, private means

d 1936.2 Kingsbridge @ 73

son    Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1866.1 Kingsbridge

 

 


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 1495

head  Margaret MITCHELMORE

chr [02Mar1828] Stoke Fleming

1851 servant, unm @ 23 b Stoke Fleming: ^ Clarendon Place, Plymouth St Andrew; head: George ELLIOTT, Captain Royal Marine

1861 unm servant cook @ 33 b Stoke Fleming ^ 1 Argaum Villas, Stoke Damerel; head: Robert S YELLAND (MICHELMORE)

1871 servant @ 43 b Stoke Fleming ^ Argaum Villas, Stoke Damerel; head: Robert S YELLAND

m 1874.4 Plymouth

m 24Dec1874 Devonport St Paul: Nicholas MAY, widower, labourer ^ Granby Street, father John MAY, labourer; Margaret MITCHELMORE, domestic servant ^ Granby Street, father Peter MITCHELMORE, tailor; witness [brother] Thomas MITCHELMORE

1881 @ 52 b Stoke Fleming ^ Penrose Street, Plymouth St Andrew (Margret)

1891 @ 60 b Stoke Fleming ^ Plymouth St Andrew

1901 @ 72 b Dartmouth ^ 7 Hotham Place, Stoke Damerel

d 1905.4 Devonport @ 77

son    Edgar Aylmer MITCHELMORE

b 1869.1 Plymouth

d 1869.2 Stoke Damerel @ 2 [mo] (Edgar Alma)

bur 6May1869 Stoke Damerel @ 2 mo ^ 13 Granby Street (Edgar Alma)

sp      Nicholas MAY

(b 1830)

m1 186x

m2 1874.4 Plymouth

m2 24Dec1874 Devonport St Paul, MITCHELMORE

1881 laborer @ 50 b Holbeton ^ Penrose Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1891 labourer, HM Dockyard @ 60 b Holbeton ^ Plymouth St Andrew

1901 living on own means @ 70 b Holbutin ^ 7 Hotham Place, Stoke Damerel

1911 no occupation, formerly Dock Yard labourer @ 80 b Overton ^  7 Hotham Place, Devonport

d 1914.3 Devonport @ 84

 


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0054

head  John MITCHELMORE

chr 19Feb1832 Harberton

1841 @ 9 b Devon ^ Harberton with parents

1851 unm agricultural labourer @ 19 b Harberton ^ Luscombe [near Stancombe], servant to Francis GRILLS, farmer @ 37

m 1858.1 East Stonehouse

1858 greengrocer ^ 10 Brownlowe Street, East Stonehouse

1861 labourer @ 29 b Harberton ^ Leechwell Street, Totnes

1868-1875 sexton ^ Totnes

1871 agricultural labourer @ 38 b Harberton ^ Church Lane, Fore Street, Totnes

1876 sexton ^ Bridgetown

1881 sexton and general labourer @ 49 b Harberton ^ Church Cottage, Berry Pomeroy

1891 church sexton @ 59 b Harberton ^ Bridgetown (MICHELMORE)

1896 sexton

1901 general labourer @ 69 b Harberton ^ Totnes

d 1906.2 Totnes @ 74

d 12Apr1906 @ 74; bur Bridgetown Parish Church. Named on same memorial: his wife Mary and his grandchildren Philip and Sidney

sp      Mary WILSON

(b 1837) Broadhempston

m 1858.1 East Stonehouse

1861 @ 24 b Broadhempston ^ Leechwell Street, Totnes

1871 @ 34 b Broadhempston ^ Church Lane, Fore Street, Totnes

1876 ^ Slapton (Mary Ann) UK life events

1881 sexton and general labourer wife @ 44 b Broadhempstone

1891 church sextoness @ 54 b Broadhempston ^ Bridgetown (MICHELMORE)

1901 @ 65 b Broadhempston ^ Totnes

d 1910.4 Newton Abbot @ 74

d 21Oct1910 @ 74; bur Bridgetown

dau    Mary Margaret MITCHELMORE

b 1859.1 East Stonehouse

b 23Dec1858 10 Brownlowe Street, East Stonehouse

1861 @ 2 b Stonehouse ^ Leechwell Street, Totnes with parents (Mary M)

1871 @ 12 b Stonehouse ^ Church Lane, Fore Street, Totnes with parents (Margaret)

1881 Parlourmaid domestic @ 24 b Plymouth ^ 1 Sidyard Tree, Tormoham (Margaret); head: Emma HAMMERTON lodging house keeper

m 1882.2 Newton Abbot

m 28Apr1882 Wolborough: William KNAPMAN, widower, taylor @ 53, widower ^ Newton Abbot, father Thomas KNAPMAN, labourer; Mary Margaret MITCHELMORE @ 24 ^ Newton Abbot, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer

son    Peter MITCHELMORE

b 1860.4 East Stonehouse

1861 @ 7 mo b Stonehouse ^ Leechwell Street, Totnes with parents

d 15Jul1861 @ 10 mo; bur Totnes (MICHELMORE)

bur 15Jul1861 Totnes @ 10 mo (MICHELMORE)

dau    Jane MITCHELMORE

b 1862.2 Totnes

chr 18May1862 Totnes (MICHELMORE)

1871 @ 8 b Totnes ^ Church Lane, Fore Street, Totnes with parents (Jone)

9Oct1876: admitted to Slapton County Primary School, formerly at East Allington School; left 29 Mar 1877 UK life events

1881 unm general servant domestic @ 19 b Totnes ^ Oakland House, 118 Fore Street, Saltash (MICHELMORE); head: James DREW commercial traveller, wine and spirits

m 1882.4 Totnes

m 8Oct1882 Bradfield, Essex: William George COOK; Jane MITCHELMORE ^ Devon

m 2Nov1882 Berry Pomeroy: William George COOKE, mariner @ 26 ^ Brightlingsea, Essex; Jane MITCHELMORE, domestic servant @ 20 ^ Berry Pomeroy, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer; witness [cousin] Alfred MITCHELMORE

son    John Wilson MITCHELMORE

b 1864.2 Totnes

son    William MITCHELMORE

b 1866.2 Totnes

dau    Harriet Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1868.2 Totnes

chr 12Apr1868 Totnes

1871 @ 3 b Totnes ^ Church Lane, Fore Street, Totnes with parents

dau    Bertha MITCHELMORE

b 1870.1 Totnes

chr 27Mar1870 Totnes

1871 @ 1 b Totnes ^ Church Lane, Fore Street, Totnes with parents

1881 scholar @ 11 b Totnes ^ Church Cottage, Berry Pomeroy with parents

m 1890.2 Plymouth, Edward Charles JAGO

1891 unemployed dressmaker @ 21 b Totnes ^ Plymouth St Andrew with husband [bus driver b Bodmin]

dau    Esther Hilda MITCHELMORE

b 1871.4 Totnes (Esther)

chr 29Oct1871 Totnes (Esther)

1881 scholar @ 9 b Totnes ^ Church Cottage, Berry Pomeroy with parents (Esther)

1891 unm dressmaker @ 20 b Totnes ^ Bridgetown with parents (Esther MICHELMORE)

m 1892.4 Westminster

dau    Annie MITCHELMORE

b 1873.2 Totnes

b 1May1873 Totnes UK newspaper announcements

chr 25May1873 Totnes

1881 scholar @ 7 b Totnes ^ Church Cottage, Berry Pomeroy with parents

1891 unm @ 18 b Totnes ^ Bridgetown with parents (MICHELMORE)

m 1908.2 Lambeth, John MADELIN

1911 @ 36 ^ Southwark with husband

son    Frank MITCHELMORE

b 1875.2 Totnes

son    Philip Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1876.4 Totnes

 

 

 

 

 

See below for enlargements

Family memorial

Upper part: John and Mary. Lower part: grandchildren Philip and Sydney

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jane’s birth date was recorded by Slapton Primary School as 1May1863, but this is clearly an error.

 

 

 

 

 

 

It appears that Jane was married at her husband's parish church and then again at her own.


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0023

head  Robert MITCHELMORE

(b 1833) Harberton

1841 @ 7 b Devon ^ Harberton with parents

1851 unm house servant @ 17 b Harberton ^ East Street, Ashburton; head: John B PAIGE, MA of Oxford, Master of Grammar School

5Jan1854 ^ Paignton: affiliation order made against him in favour of Celia HIDDLE UK legal documents

1861 mason @ 27 b Harberton ^ Commercial Inn, Paignton; head: William [Tree 19], innkeeper

m 1862.3 Plymouth

m 6Jul1862 Plymouth St Andrew: Robert MITCHELMORE, mason @ 28 ^ 15 Summerland Place, father Peter MITCHELMORE, labourer; Catherine Amelia Elizabeth SPURRELL @ 26 ^ 26 Richmond Street, father John SPURRELL; witness: John SPURRELL

1864 ^ 30 King Street, Plymouth

d 1869.1 Plymouth @ 35 (MICHELMORE)

bur 28Mar1869 Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth @ 35 ^ King Street

sp      Catherine Amelia Elizabeth SPURRELL

(b 1836) Plymouth

m 6Jul1862 Plymouth St Andrew

m 1862.3 Plymouth

1871 @ 35 b Plymouth ^ Frederick Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1881 widowed dressmaker @ 45 b Plymouth ^ 7 Cecil Street, Plymouth (MITCHILMORE)

d 1887.4 Plymouth @ 52

d 15Nov1887 @ 52 (Catherine A E) UK newspaper announcements

son    Robert Edwin MITCHELMORE

b 1863.2 Plymouth

dau    Margaret Ellen MITCHELMORE

b 1865.4 Plymouth

1871 @ 7 b Plymouth ^ Frederick Street, Plymouth St Andrew with mother

1881 scholar @ 15 b Plymouth ^ 7 Cecil Street, Plymouth with mother (Margaret MITCHILMORE)

m 1888.4 Plymouth, John William HOSKINS [1891 house decorator]

1891 @ 25 b Plymouth ^ Plymouth St Andrew

son    Ernest Peter MITCHELMORE

b 1868.3 Plymouth

 


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 2376

head  Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1839.1 Totnes

chr 24Feb1839 Harberton

1841 @ 2 b Devon ^ Harberton with parents

1851 house servant @ 12 b Harberton ^ Fore Street, Totnes; head: Elizabeth LLOYD, grocer

 1861 unm servant @ 22 ^ Village, Harberton with mother

m 186x, YEOMAN

son James Mitchelmore YEOMAN

b 1867.4 Uxbridge

chr 6Feb1870 St Mary, Norwood, "baptised in the new church at Southall" (James Michelmore)

1881 farm boy, unemployed @ 13 b Southall ^ 2 Dormers Wells Cottages, Southall with parents

d 1898.3 Uxbridge @ 31

1870 ^ Southall, London

1871 wool weaver @ 29 b Harberton ^ Highweek Street, Highweek with sister Ann and her family (Mary E)

1881 @ 38 b Harberton ^ 2 Dormers Wells Cottages, Southall

1891 domestic servant, nurse, widow @ 48 b Harberton ^ Randolph Road, Southall

1901 house keeper domestic, widow @ 58 b Haderdon [Harberton] ^ Norwood (Mary YEOMAN)

1911 @ 69 ^ Uxbridge (Mary YEOMAN)

d 1918.1 Uxbridge @ 75

d Jan1918 Southall, Middlesex personal communication

son    Tom MITCHELMORE

b 1861.3 Totnes

sp      James YEOMAN

(b 1830) Salcombe

m 186x personal communication

1881 gardener, domestic servant @ 50 b Salcombe ^ 2 Dormers Wells Cottages, Southall

d 1882.4 Kingsbridge @ 52

 


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 1033

head  Harriett Wills MITCHELMORE

chr [7Dec1828] Stoke Fleming

1841 apprentice @ 10 b Devon ^ Loworthy, Slapton; head: John POPE, farmer (Harriet)

1851 general servant, pauper @ 22 b Slapton ^ Kingsbridge Union Workhouse, Churchstow (Harriett)

1851-1857 ^ Kingsbridge Union Workhouse

15Mar1856 sentenced to 3 mo imprisonment for concealing the birth of her child UK legal documents

m 1862.2 Kingsbridge (MICHEMORE)

m 4May1862 Aveton Gifford: Edward CLARK, labourer, widower ^ Aveton Gifford, father James CLARK, labourer; Harriet Wills MITCHEMORE ^ Aveton Gifford, father William MITCHEMORE, labourer

1881 @ 65 [sic] [no birthplace given] ^ Linton Cottage, Aveton Gifford (Harriet)

d before 1891

son    William Henry Wills MITCHELMORE

b 1849.1 Kingsbridge

1851 pauper @ 2 b this house ^ Kingsbridge Union Workhouse, Churchstow

1861 farm servant @ 13 b Brixham ^ Woodhuish, Brixham (Wm); head: Walter DREW, farmer 550 acres

1871 occupant @ 19 b Kingsbridge ^ Soldiers Barracks, Gunners Royal Artillery, Plymouth

1871 Gunner 3655, 13th Brigade, Royal Artillery ^ Plymouth British Army records

1Jan1881 corporal 1450, 13th Battery 9th Brigade Royal Artillery: awarded Iowaki NZ campaign medal 1877-1878 (W) British Army records

4Mar1882 corporal 1450, 13th Battery 9th Brigade Royal Artillery: awarded Afgan campaign medal 1877-1878 (William) British Army records

26Feb1883 sergeant 23338, Royal Artillery, London: purchased discharge (W) British Army records

d 1909.1 Kingsbridge @ 54 (William)

son    John Wallis MITCHELMORE

b 1851.1 Kingsbridge

dau    Eglantine MITCHELMORE

b 1854.2 Kingsbridge (Angelina MUCHELMORE)

1871 servant @ 17 b Kingsbridge ^ Village, Aveton Gifford; head: Samuel WIDDICOMBE (Egletina)

1881 unm cook @ 27 b Kingsbridge ^ Jersey Villas, 6 Bath Road, Heston, Middlesex; head: Frederick KING, captain, Middlesex Militia

1891 cook domestic servant @ 37 b Kingsbridge ^ 17 Cleve Road, Hampstead

1901 cook domestic @ 47 b Kingsbridge ^ St Peter's Memorial Home, Woking

1911 cook domestic @ 56 b Kingsbridge ^ 44 The Avenue, Beckenham, Kent; head: Stanley COURTNEY, Clerk in Holy Orders

1939 @ 85 ^ Eastbourne (Eglant?e)

d 1941.2 Cheltenham @ 88

son    Nicholas Thomas Bell MITCHELMORE

b 1857.2 Kingsbridge

sp      Edward CLARK

(b 1820) Aveton Gifford

m1 1838.4 Stoke Damerel, Mary BURGOYNE

1851 agricultural labourer @ 31 b Aveton Gifford ^ Lixton, Aveton Gifford with wife Mary (CLARKE). Also in household: [step]daughter Anne BOURGOYNE

m2 1862.2 Kingsbridge

m2 4May1862 Aveton Gifford, MITCHELMORE

1881 agricultural labourer @ 60 b Aveton Gifford ^ Linton Cottage, Aveton Gifford

1891 widower @ 70 b Aveton Gifford ^ Aveton Gifford

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

St Peter's Memorial Home was a hospital operated by the sisters of the Community of St Peter.


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0090

head  William Henry MUCHIMORE

chr [15Jun1834] Dartmouth St Petrox

1841 @ 7 b Devon ^ Warfleet, Dartmouth with mother (Wm MICHAELMORE)

1851 servant @ 17 b Stoke Fleming ^ Loworthy, Slapton (William MITCHELMORE); head: John TOZER, farmer. Also in household: Mary [Tree 02]

m 1858.1 Totnes (MUCHAMORE)

1858-1864 sailor

1861 agricultural labourer @ 26 b Dartmouth ^ Blackawton (William MICHELMORE)

186x moved to Merionethshire and employed as a gardener at Borthonog Hall, Bontddu personal communication

1871 gardener @ 36 b Dartmouth St Saviours ^ Corsygedol Hall, Llanddwywe Is Y Graig, Merionethshire (William MICHELMORE)

1881 farmer 27 acres @ 45 b Dartmouth ^ Llwyn Yn, Llanddwywe Isgraig (William)

1891 farmer @ 54 b Stoke Fleming ^ Llwyn Yn, Llanddwywe Is Y Graig (William MICHELMORE)

25Aug1893 granted licence for the Llanddwywe Inn, Dyffryn (William) UK legal documents

1895 innkeeper ^ Llanddwye Inn, Dyffryn, Bontddu, Barmouth (MICHELMORE) UK street & trade directories

1901 egg and poultry dealer @ 64 b Devon ^ Llanddwywe Is Y Graig with son William and grandson William (William MITCHELMORE)

14Nov1902 licencee, Llanddwywe Inn: at Barmouth Petty Sessions, fined ₤1 for permitting drunkenness on licensed premises (William MICHELMORE) UK legal documents

1906 ^ Llanddwywe Inn, Llanenddwyn, Merionethshire

15Oct1907 licencing authority refused to renew his licence on the Llanddwywe Inn UK legal documents

d 1908.1 Totnes @ 74 (MITCHELMORE)

d 13Jan1908 @  74; bur Llanenddwyn (MICHELMORE). Named on the same memorial: his wife Mary Ann

bur 5Feb1908 Llanddwywe @ 74 ^ Paignton (MICHELMORE)

sp      Mary Ann MUGFORD

(b 1837) Blackawton

m 1858.1 Totnes

1861 @ 25 b Blackawton ^ Blackawton

1871 gardeners wife @ 36 b Blackawton ^ Corsygedol Hall, Llanddwywe Is Y Graig, Merionethshire

1881 @ 44 b Blackawton ^ Llwyn Yn, Llanddwywe Isgraig with family

1891 @ 52 b Blackawton ^ Llwyn Yn, Llanddwywe Is Y Graig

1901 inn keeper @ 63 b Devon ^ Llanddwywe Is Y Graig (Mary A)

d 1906.1 Dolgelly @ 70 (MICHELMORE)

d 8Mar1906 @ 70 UK newspaper announcements

d 8Mar1906 @ 70; bur Llanenddwyn (MICHELMORE)

bur 13Mar1906 Llanenddwyn @ 70 ^ Llanddwywen Inn (MICHELMORE)

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1858.4 Kingsbridge

son    Albert MITCHELMORE

b 1860.4 Kingsbridge

son    Edward John MITCHELMORE

b 1864.4 Kingsbridge

 

 

 

 

William’s 1851 mployer was a son-in-law of Margaret [Tree 17].

 

 

Bontddu is a village between Barmouth and Dolgelly.  Borthonog Hall was a part of the Cors Y Gedol Estate at Dyffryn Ardudwy, Llanddwywe Is Y Griag. personal communication

 

William

William

 

Click to enlarge

Memorial to William & Mary


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0044

head  William MITCHELMORE

chr 16Jun1823 Stokenham

1845 ^ Torcross, issued seaman’s register ticket 130742: goes to sea as ordinary seaman (Wm) UK shipping & migration

1851 servant, unm @ 27 b Stokenham ^ Torcross; head: Betsy CRISPIN, innkeeper

m1 1856.3 Totnes

m1 6Aug1856 Totnes: William MITCHELMORE, labourer ^ Totnes, father Edward MITCHELMORE, labourer; Mary Ann DENBOW ^ Totnes, father Richard DENBOW, labourer; witness George DENBOW

1861 gardener (master) @ 35 b Stokenham ^ 18 Moor Arches, Totnes

m2 1865.4 Totnes, MAY

m2 18Dec1865 Totnes: William MICHELMORE, superintendant of Totnes Gas Works; Harriet Maria Matilda MAY, only daughter of Mrs MAY ^ Rose Cottage, Harberton UK newspaper announcements

1867 gardener ^ Totnes

1869 servant ^ Totnes

1871 gardener @ 46 b Stokenham ^ Millcross, Rattery

1873 gardener ^ Rattery

1881 gardener @ 56 b Stokenham ^ Millcross Cottage, Rattery

1891 gardener @ 67 b Stokenham ^ Culverlane, Rattery

d 1907.1 Totnes @ 83

bur 10Feb1907 Rattery @ 83 ^ Rattery

sp1    Marianne DENBOW

chr 24Apr1831 Totnes, "daughter of Richard & Elizabeth”

m 1856.3 Totnes (Mary Ann)

m 6Aug1856 Totnes (Mary Ann)

1861 gardeners wife @ 29 b Totnes ^ 18 Moor Arches, Totnes (Mary Ann)

d 1864.1 Totnes @ 30 (Mary Ann) [probably in childbirth]

d 14Mar1864 Totnes @ 30; bur Totnes

bur 14Mar1864 Totnes @ 30 (Mary Ann MITCHELMORE)

dau    Mary Elizabeth MICHELMORE

b 1857.2 Totnes

chr 14Jun1857 Totnes (MITCHELMORE)

1861 scholar @ 4 b Totnes ^ 18 Moor Arches, Totnes with parents (Mary E)

1871 @ 14 b Totnes ^ Moor Ashes, Totnes with unm uncle George DENBOW and unm aunt Elizabeth DENBOW (Elizabeth)

1881 unm laundress @ 36 b Totnes ^ Moor Ashes, Totnes with uncle George and aunt Elizabeth [both unmarried] (Elizabeth)

1891 unm laundress @ 30 b Totnes ^ Moorarches, Totnes with uncle George and aunt Elizabeth [still both unmarried] (Elizabeth MITCHELMORE)

1901 unm @ 40 b Totnes ^ Totnes with uncle George (Elizabeth)

1911 unm  house keeper domestic @ 50 b Totnes ^ 1 & 2 Moorashes, Totnes (Lizzie)

d 1929.1 Totnes @ 71

bur 7Jan1929 Totnes @ 71

d 4Jan1929 2 Moorashes, Totnes: spinster; probate granted 24Jan1929 Exeter to Charles Henry WIDGER, law clerk, estate £43 12s 2d UK wills & probates

son    William Richard MICHELMORE

b 1858.4 Totnes

dau    Eliza Frances MICHELMORE

b 1860.4 Totnes

chr 23Dec1860 Totnes

1861 @ 6 mo b Totnes ^ 18 Moor Arches, Totnes with parents (Eliza F)

1871 @ 10 b Totnes ^ Millcross, Rattery with father and stepmother (Eliza)

1891 cook @ 29 b Totnes ^ Shanklin, Hampshire (Eliza)

m 1891.2 Isle of Wight (MITCHELMORE)

dau    Sarah Kate MITCHELMORE

b 1862.2 Totnes

chr 8Jun1862 Totnes (MICHELMORE)

d 1863.1 Totnes @ 8 [mo]

d 9Jan1863 @ 8 mo; bur Totnes (MICHELMORE)

bur 9Jan1863 Totnes @ 8 mo

dau    Mary Ann MICHELMORE

b 1864.2 Totnes

chr 17Apr1864 Totnes

1871 scholar @ 7 b Totnes ^ Millcross, Rattery with father and stepmother (Eliza)

1881 servant @ 17 ^ Hatchland Farm, Rattery; head: Matthew PARTRIDGE, farmer

sp2    Harriet Maria Matilda MAY

(b 1835) St Marychurch

m 1865.4 Totnes (Harriet)

m 18Dec1865 Totnes UK newspaper announcements

1871 @ 36 b St Marychurch ^ Millcross, Rattery (Harriet)

1881 @ 46 b St Marychurch^ Millcross Cottage, Rattery  (Harriet)

1891 @ 56 b St Marychurch ^ Culverlane, Rattery (Harriet)

1911 @ 76 b St Marychurch ^ Culverlane, Rattery with son John (Harriet)

d 1917.1 Totnes @ 82 (Harriet)

bur 30Jan1917 Rattery @ 83 ^ Culverlane (Harriet)

son    John May MICHELMORE

b 1867.1 Totnes

dau    Emily MICHELMORE

b 1869.2 Totnes

chr 6Jun1869 Rattery

1871 @ 1 b Rattery ^ Millcross, Rattery with parents

1881 scholar @ 11 b Rattery ^ Millcross Cottage, Rattery with parents

1891 cook domestic @ 21 b Rattery ^ 15 South Norwood Hill, Croydon, Surrey; head: William FOX, civil engineer. Also in household: her cousin Elizabeth J

1901 cook domestic @ 30 b Rattery ^ St George Hanover Square

m 1906.3 Totnes

m 27Sep1906 Rattery: Charles Josiah SALISBURY, gardener @ 37 ^ Rattery, father John SALISBURY, boot maker; Emily MITCHELMORE @ 37 ^ Rattery, father William MITCHELMORE, gardener; witness [brother] John May MITCHELMORE

son    Albert MICHELMORE

b 1873.2 Totnes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As a gardener, it seems unlikely that William would really have been the superintendant of Totnes Gas Works at the time of his second marriage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Mary's estate would have been equivalent to about £8,000 today.


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0070

head  John MITCHELMORE

chr 16Jun1823 Stokenham

1851 agricultural labourer, unm @ 27 b Stokenham ^ Barton, St Marychurch; head: George LEAMAN, agricultural labourer

m 1856.2 Newton Abbot

m 16May1856 Kingskerswell: John MITCHELMORE, servant ^ Kingskerswell, father Edward MITCHELMORE, labourer; Sarah Ann CHANNING, servant ^ Kingskerswell, father William CHANNING, tailor; witnesses: William CHANNING

1861 gardener @ 34 b Stokenham ^ 1 Claremont Villa, Kingskerswell

1871 coachman @ 39 b Dartmouth ^ 17 High Street, Kingskerswell

1881 "gardener (M)" @ 47 b Stokenham ^ Ivy Cottage, Church Road, Kingskerswell

1891 gardener @ 68 ^ Underway Road, Kingskerswell

1901 gardener domestic @ 78 b Stokenham ^ Kings Kerswell

d 1908.1 Newton Abbot @ 84

sp      Sarah Ann CHANNING

chr 17Apr1833 Exeter St Sidwell

m 1856.2 Newton Abbot

m 16May1856 Kingskerswell

1861 plain sowing @ 26 b Exeter ^ 1 Claremont Villa, Kingskerswell

1871 @ 38 b Exeter ^ 17 High Street, Kingskerswell

1881 housekeeper @ 43 b Exeter ^ Ivy Cottage, Church Road, Kingskerswell (Sarah A)

1891 @ 58 b Exeter ^ Underway Road, Kingskerswell (Sarah)

d 1894.4 Malling @ 67

dau    Sarah Ann Sophia MICHELMORE

b 1857.4 Newton Abbot

b 21Oct1857 personal communication

1861 scholar @ 3 b 1 Claremont Villa, Kingskerswell with parents (Sarah Ann)

1871 servant @ 13 b Kingskerswell ^ Cary Buildings, Abbey Road, Tormoham

1881 unm general servant @ 22 b Shaldon ^ Manor House, Abbotts Kerswell, servant to William CREED, solicitor (Sarah). Also in household: Elizabeth [ Tree 05 ]

1881 domestic servant cook @ 23 b Kingskerswell ^ 23 Colville Square, Kensington (Sarah A); head: William CARTER, professor of music

1891 domestic @ 33 b Kingskerswell ^ Underway Road, Kingskerswell with parents (Sarah)

d 1895.4 Thornbury @ 37 (Sarah Ann S)

d 17Oct1895 personal communication

bur 21Oct1895 Olveston, Gloucestershire

dau    Elizabeth MICHELMORE

b 1859.2 Newton Abbot (Elizabeth)

b Apr1859 personal communication

1861 @ 12 mo b Kingskerswell ^ 1 Claremont Villa, Kingskerswell with parents (Elizabeth)

1871 @ 11 b Kingskerswell ^ 17 High Street, Kingskerswell with parents (Elizabeth)

1881 unm general servant @ 23 b Kingskerswell ^ Barton Road, Kingskerswell (Bessie); head: Henry Edward BROWN, architect

m 1882.1 Newton Abbot, Samuel LUSCOMBE (Bessie)

m 26Jan1882 Upton: Samuel LUSCOMBE, labourer @ 25 ^ Coffinswell, father James LUSCOMBE, carpenter; Bessie MICHELMORE, servant @ 22, father John MICHELMORE, gardener; witness [sister] Emily MICHELMORE

1891 @ 31 b Kingskerswell ^13 Torr Street, Kings Kerswell with husband and family (Bessie)

dau    Emily MICHELMORE

b 1863.4 Newton Abbot

b 1Nov1863 personal communication

1871 @ 6 b Kingskerswell ^ 17 High Street, Kingskerswell with parents

1881 nurse domestic servant @ 18 b Kingskerswell ^ Abbotsleigh Moor Street, Wolborough (MICHELINE); head: W C H CLACK, bank manager

m 1883.4 Newton Abbot, John HART

m 1Nov1883 Kingskerswell: John HART, gardener @ 22, father Edward HART, labourer; Emily MICHELMORE @ 20 ^ Kingskerswell, father John MITCHELMORE, gardener

1891 @ 27 b Kingskerswell ^ Rose Hill, Kingskerswell

son Edward Mitchelmore HART

b 1894.1 Newton Abbot

d 1895.1 Newton Abbot @ 14 [mo]

son Herbert Mitchelmore HART

b 1899.3 Newton Abbot

d 1900.2 Newton Abbot @ 11 [mo]

1901 @ 37 b Kingsherowell [sic] ^ Kings Kerswell

d 1939 personal communication

dau    Selina MITCHELMORE

b 1866.1 Newton Abbot

b 1Feb1866 personal communication

1871 scholar @ 5 b Kingskerswell ^ 17 High Street, Kingskerswell with parents

1881 general servant @ 15 b Kingskerswell ^ Rose Cottage, 2 Church Street, Kingskerswell; head: John TURNER, cabinet maker

1891 unm general domestic servant @ 25 ^ Hernefield, Coffinswell

 (MICHELMORE); head: Stephen RENDELL, retired merchant

m 1893.3 Newton Abbot, Lewis Samuel SETTERS

d 1896.4 Newton Abbot @ 30

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1872.2 Newton Abbot

dau    Beatrice Annie MITCHELMORE

b 1875.1 Newton Abbot

b 4Jan1875 Kingskerswell

1881 scholar @ 6 b Kingskerswell ^ Ivy Cottage, Church Road, Kingskerswell with parents (Beatrice A)

1891 servant nurse @ 16 ^ 22 Union Street, Waldon,Tormoham; head: Wm M KINGWILL, draper

m 1897.3 Newton Abbot

m 11Sep1897 Kingskerswell, Henry CROSS, labourer @ 23 ^ St Leonard, Exeter, father John CROSS, market gardener; Beatrice Annie MITCHELMORE @ 22 ^ Kingskerswell, father John MITCHELMORE, gardener; witness: [brother-in-law] John HART

29Oct1903 emigrated to NZ aboard Ruapehu personal communication

1905-1919 ^ Pareora East NZ

1922-1935 ^ Priest's Corner, Timaru NZ

d 22Jul1945 Timaru

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sarah appears to have been enumerated twice in 1881.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beatrice's brother William followed her to the same area of New Zealand in 1905.


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0025

head  Charles Stone MITCHELMORE

chr 30Jan1825 Stokenham (Charles)

1836 apprenticed to John PAIGE, Stokenham (Charles MICHELMORE)

m 1848.2 Kingsbridge

m 25Apr1848 Sherford: Charles Stone MITCHELMORE, labourer ^ Sherford, father Edward Stone MITCHELMORE, labourer; Mary Agnes WEEKS @ 19 ^ Sherford, father Walter WEEKS, labourer; witness Walter WEEKS

1851 agricultural labourer @ 25 b Stokenham ^ Dernicombe Farm, Stokenham (Charles STONE)

1852 ^ Frittiscombe

1861 agricultural labourer @ 36 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham (Charles)

1865 labourer ^ Chillington

1869 ^ Chillington

1871 agricultural labourer @ 46 b Stokenham ^ Chillington (Charles)

1881 agricultural labourer @ 56 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham (Charles). Also in household: his grandson William

1891 farm labourer @ 66 ^ Cottage, Chillingham (Charles)

d 1895.3 Kingsbridge @ 70 (Charles)

d 8Aug1895 @ 70; bur Stokenham (Charles). Named on same memorial: his wife Mary Agnes

bur 11Aug1895 Stokenham @ 70 ^ Chillington (Charles)

sp      Mary Agnes WEEKS

chr 6Feb1831 East Allington, "daughter of Walter & Mary of Warebridge”

m 1848.2 Kingsbridge

m 25Apr1848 Sherford

1851 @ 20 b Sherford ^ Dernicombe Farm, Stokenham (Mary STONE)

1861 @ 30 b Sherford ^ Stokenham (Mary)

1871 @ 40 b Sherford ^ Chillington (Mary A)

1881 laundress @ 51 b East Allington ^ Stokenham

1891 @ 60 b East Allington ^ Chillingham (Mary)

1901 @ 71 ^ Tradesman’s Arms, Stokenham with son Charles

d 1905.4 Kingsbridge @ 75 (Mary)

d 3Sep1905 @ 75; bur Stokenham

bur 6Oct1905 Stokenham @ 75 ^ Coleridge (Mary)

dau    Elizabeth Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1848.3 Kingsbridge

son    Robert Mitchell MITCHELMORE

b 1850.3 Kingsbridge

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1852.4 Kingsbridge

son    Richard John MITCHELMORE

b 1854.2 Kingsbridge

dau    Betsy MITCHELMORE

b 1856.2 Kingsbridge

b 28Apr1856 Frittiscombe, Stokenham, "daughter of agricultural labourer Charles MITCHELMORE and Mary Agnes MITCHELMORE formerly WEEKS"

chr 28Sep1856 Stokenham ^ Frittiscombe (STONE)

1861 scholar @ 5 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents

1871 unm servant @ 15 b Sherford ^ Bearscombe, Buckland Tout Saints (MICHELMORE); head: James BADCOCK

m 1875.1 Kingsbridge (Bessie)

m [24Jan1875] Kingsbridge, Nicholas YEOMAN

1880 @ 25 b Stokenham ^ Village, Malborough (Betsey)

son    Edward MITCHELMORE

b 5Jun1858, Frittiscombe, Stokenham

son    James MITCHELMORE

b 1861.1 Kingsbridge

dau    Sarah MITCHELMORE

b 1862.4 Kingsbridge

chr 14Apr1865 Stokenham ^ Chillington

1871 scholar @ 7 b Stokenham ^ Chillington with parents

1881 servant @ 19 b Stokenham ^ Cottage, Chivelstone; head: William STONE, fisherman

m 1881.3 Kingsbridge

m [14Jul1881] Kingsbridge, William PARTRIDGE

1891 @ 29 b Stokenham ^ private house, Chivelstone

1901 @ 39 b Stokenham ^ private house, Chivelstone

dau    Emma Jane MITCHELMORE

b 1864.3 Kingsbridge

son    Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1866.2 Kingsbridge

dau    Alice Anna MITCHELMORE

b 1868.1 Kingsbridge [twin]

chr 9Feb1868 Stokenham ^ Chillington (MICHELMORE)

1871 @ 3 b Stokenham ^ Chillington with parents (Alice A)

1881 domestic servant @ 13 b Stokenham ^ Sherford, head: George BAKER farmer (MICHELMORE)

1891 cook @ 23 b Chillington ^ 71 Durnford Street, East Stonehouse (Alice H); head: Charlotte GORMULLY, widow

m 1892.1 Plymouth (Alice)

m 29Mar1892 Plymouth Holy Trinity: Henry WARREN, soldier @ 28 ^ Stonehouse, father Charles Bye WARREN, shepherd; Alice MITCHELMORE @ 24 ^ Dunford Street, father Charles MITCHELMORE, labourer; witnesses [brother] William H & [sister-in-law] Catherine R MITCHELMORE

dau    Mary Ellen MICHELMORE

b 1868.1 Kingsbridge [twin]

chr 9Feb1868 Stokenham ^ Chillington (MICHELMORE)

d 1869.4 Kingsbridge @ 22 [mo]

bur 10Nov1869 Stokenham @ 21 mo ^ Chillington

dau    Mary Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1870.1 Kingsbridge

b 29Jan1870 Chillington, Stokenham, "daughter of farm labourer Charles MITCHELMORE and Mary Ann MITCHELMORE formerly WEEKS"

chr 20Feb1876 Stokenham ^ Chillington, "born 28Jan1870" (MICHELMORE)

1871 @ 1 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (Mary A)

1881 scholar @ 11 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents

1891 domestic servant @ 21 b Kingsbridge ^ 15 Clarendon Place, Plymouth St Andrews; head: Elizabeth POPKISS, living on her own means

m 1893.4 Kingsbridge, George RUNDLE

m [28Oct1893] Kingsbridge

son    Silvanus MITCHELMORE

b 1871.4 Kingsbridge

son    Emmanuel MITCHELMORE

b 1873.4 Kingsbridge

chr 20Feb1876 Stokenham ^ Chillington, "born 18Nov1874" (Emanuel MICHELMORE)

1881 scholar @ 7 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (Emanuel)

1891 farm servant @ 17 b Stokenham ^ Homefield, Frogmore (MUCHEMORE); head: Richard LIDSTONE, farmer

9Feb1899 labourer aged 18 yr 2 mo of Kingsbridge, previously resident in Coventry, next of kin sister of Chillington: enlisted at Scarborough as Gunner 33589 Royal Artillery; served in India 5Jan1901 to 22Oct1908; wounded in right hand 18Feb1908 during Bazar Valley Expedition; discharged at Gosport 8Feb1911 British Army records

1908 Gunner 33589, Royal Artillery: awarded India General Service Medal with clasp for N W Frontier British Army records

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Family memorial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 1856 baptism entry includes the note "commonly called STONE, true name MICHELMORE”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sarah was baptised at the same ceremony as her sister Emma.

 


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 1228

head  Alpheus C Mitchell MITCHELMORE

chr 26Oct1828 Stokenham (Alphaeus)

1851 gardener unm @ 22 b Stokenham ^ Rose Cottage, Tormoham, lodger with Mary Ann NORSWORTHY, laundress, widow @ 32 (Alpheas Mitchel MITCHENER)

changed surname to MITCHELL after arrival in Australia

m 1855 VIC

m 25Mar1855 VIC personal communication

20May1858 gardener ^ Ratherwood Street, Richmond VIC Australian life events

d 1926 Richmond @ 97 personal communication

sp      Catherine CLARKE

also known as Jane personal communication

(b 1830) SA

m 1855 VIC

m 25Mar1855 VIC personal communication

d 1881 Richmond @ 51 personal communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copies of letters written by Alpheus to his father in 1858-1864 are available here.

 

 

Alpheus and Catherine had several children with the surname MITCHELL. Their descendants still live in Australia.


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0400

head  Josiah MITCHELMORE

chr 27Feb1831 Stokenham

1841 @ 9 b Devon ^ Middlecombe, Stokenham with parents (James)

1861 agricultural labourer @ 30 b Stokenham ^ Mount, East Allington, boarding with his brother Sylvanus

1862 East Allington: banns read May for Josias MITCHELMORE and Mary Ann KELLOND

m 1863.3 Kingsbridge

m 3Jul1863 East Allington: Josias MITCHELMORE; Mary Ann Wills KELLOND

d 1865.2 Kingsbridge @ 34 (Josias)

d 14May1865 East Allington @ 33 ^ Village (Josias)

sp      Mary Ann KELLAND

b Jun1845 East Allington, "daughter of John and Elizabeth KELLAND"

m1 1863.3 Kingsbridge, MITCHELMORE

m1 3Jul1863 East Allington

1870 East Allington: banns read Feb/Mar for John HAYMAN, sojourner, and May Ann MITCHELMORE, widow

m2 1870.1 Kingsbridge, John HAYMAN

m2 24Mar1870 East Allington: John HAYMAN, labourer ^ East Allington, father Richard HAYMAN, labourer; Mary Ann MITCHELMORE, wid ^ East Allington, father John KELLAND, labourer; witness John KELLAND

1871 @ 25 b East Allington ^ Lower Merrifield, Slapton

dau    Elizabeth Jane MITCHELMORE

(b 1863) East Allington

1871 @ 7 b East Allington ^ Mounts, East Allington with grandparents John and Elizabeth KELLAND (Elizth)

1881 @ 17 b East Allington ^ Mounts, East Allington with grandparents John and Elizabeth KELLAND (Elizabeth J)

1891 parlourmaid domestic @ 26 b East Allington ^ 15 South Norwood Hill, Croydon, Surrey (Elizabeth J); head: William FOX, civil engineer. Also in household: her cousin Emily

m 1909.4 Brentford, John SMITH

1911 @ 47 b East Allington ^ 7 Oxford Road, Ealing

dau    Sarah Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1864.2 Kingsbridge

b 17Jun1864 East Allington, "daughter of farm labourer Josiah MITCHELMORE and Mary Ann MITCHELMORE formerly KELLOND"

d 1865.3 Kingsbridge @ 1

bur 13Aug1865 East Allington @ 14 mo ^ Village

son    Henry Josias MITCHELMORE

b 1865.4 Kingsbridge

 


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0008

head  Sylvanus Stone MITCHELMORE

chr 12May1833 Stokenham ^ Middlecombe

1841 @ 8 b Devon ^ Middlecombe, Stokenham with parents (Silvanus)

1851 farm labourer @ 18 b Stokenham ^ Cotmore, Stokenham (Silvawus STONE); head: Peter GELLARD, landowner

1859 East Allington: banns read Oct/Nov for Sylvanus Stone MITCHELMORE, sojourner, and Emily WEST

m 1859.4 Kingsbridge

m 7Nov1859 East Allington, WEST

1861 blacksmith @ 27 b Stokenham ^ Mount, East Allington (Silvanus). Also in household: his brother Josiah 0400, boarder

1871 blacksmith @ 37 b Stokenham ^ Mounts, East Allington (Sylvanus)

1878-79 black & shoeing smith ^ East Allington (Silvanus) UK street & trade directories

1881 smith and postman @ 47 b Stokenham ^ Mounts, East Allington (Sylvanus)

1889 receiver & blacksmith ^ Post Office, Mounts, East Allington (Silvanus) UK street & trade directories

1890 blacksmith & sub-postmaster ^ Mounts, East Allington (Silvanus) UK street & trade directories

1893 sub-postmaster ^ Mounts, East Allington (Silvanus) UK street & trade directories

1891 blacksmith and postmaster @ 57 ^ Mounts Warren, East Allington (Sylvanus)

1901 sub-postmaster @ 67 b Stokenham ^ Mounts Post Office, East Allington (Silvanus)

1902 farmer ^ Post Office, Mounts, East Allington (Silvanus) UK street & trade directories

d 1910.3 Kingsbridge @ 77 (Silvanus)

d 2Aug1910 @ 77; bur East Allington (Silvanus). Also named: his wife Emily

d 2Aug1910 Mounts, East Allington: blacksmith; letter of administration granted 5May1911 Exeter to Emily MITCHELMORE, widow, estate £125 9s 3d (Silvanus) UK wills & probates

sp      Emily WEST

(b 1837) East Allington

m 1859.4 Kingsbridge

m 7Nov1859 East Allington

1861 @ 23 b East Allington ^ Mount, East Allington

1871 @ 44 b East Allington ^ Mounts, East Allington

1881 @ 44 b East Allington ^ Mounts, East Allington

1891 @ 54 b East Allington ^ Mounts Warren, East Allington

1901 @ 65 b East Allington ^ Mounts Post Office, East Allington

1911 old age pensioner, widow @ 74 b East Allington ^ East Allington. Also in household: her granddaughter Iris

d 1916.4 Kingsbridge @ 79

d 6Nov1916 @ 79; bur East Allington

dau    Isabella MITCHELMORE

b 1860.3 Kingsbridge

1861 @ 9 mo b East Allington ^ Mount, East Allington with parents

1871 @ 10 b East Allington ^ Mounts, East Allington with parents

1881 unm @ 20 b East Allington ^ Mounts, East Allington with parents (Bella)

m 1883.2 Kingsbridge

m 12Apr1883 East Allington, William Herbert TUCKER [farm bailiff]

1891 @ 30 ^ Fallapit, East Allington

son    Edward Ernest MITCHELMORE

b 1866.1 Kingsbridge

1871 @ 5 b East Allington ^ Mounts, East Allington with parents (Edward E)

1881 scholar @ 15 b Mounts, East Allington ^ Mounts, East Allington with parents (Ernest)

1891 tailor (master) @ 25 ^ Mounts Warren, East Allington with parents (Ernest)

16Jun1894 tailor @ 28 ^ East Allington: admitted to Devon County Lunatic Asylum, Exminster UK life events

d 1895.1 St Thomas

d 8Dec1894 @ 28?; bur East Allington (Ernest)

son    John Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1870.1 Kingsbridge (John)

dau    Emily Maud MITCHELMORE

b 1879.4 Kingsbridge

1881 @ 1 b Mounts, East Allington ^ Mounts, East Allington with parents (Maud)

1891 scholar @ 11 ^ Mounts Warren, East Allington with parents (Emily M)

1901 @ 21 b East Allington ^ Mounts Post Office, East Allington with parents

m 1902.2 Kingsbridge

m 23Apr1902 East Allington, Samuel FURNEAUX, farmer @ 26 ^ Pook Farm, father Edwin FURNEAUX, farmer; Emily Maude MITCHELMORE @ 22 ^ Mounts, father Silvanus MITCHELMORE, postmaster; witnesses [cousin] Bella Rose MITCHELMORE, [brother-in-law] William R & [sister] Isabella TUCKER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

 

Memorial to Silvanus and Emily

Memorial to Sylvanus and Emily

 

Ernest's memorial

Ernest's memorial

 


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0005

head  Edward Mitchell STONE MITCHELMORE

b 1840.3 Kingsbridge (Edward Mitchell)

b 11Aug1840 Middlecombe, Stokenham, "son of labourer Edward MITCHELMORE and Elizabeth MITCHELMORE formerly MITCHELL" (Edward Mitchell)

chr 23Aug1840 Stokenham

1841 @ 8 mo b Devon ^ Middlecombe, Stokenham with parents (Edward)

1851 scholar @ 10 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with father (Mitchell STONE)

1861 footman @ 20 b Stokenham ^ Coleridge House, Stokenham (Edward); head: John ALLEN, JP, farmer

m 1867.1 Kingsbridge (Edward Mitchell)

m 14Jan1867 Sherford: Edward Mitchell MICHELMORE, railway porter @ 24, father Edward MICHELMORE, labourer; Elizabeth OLDRIDGE @ 19 ^ Sherford, father Peter OLDRIDGE, labourer; witnesses Charles OLDRIDGE, [sister] Sarah STRAW

1867 railway porter

1868 railway signalman: caused fatal accident at Torquay Railway Station by giving the wrong signal; indicted by inquest jury of manslaughter, absconded to Kingsbridge; returned to Torquay and gave himself up UK legal documents

22Jul1868 acquitted of manslaughter charge UK legal documents

1869 labourer ^ Stokenham

1871 agricultural labourer @ 29 b Stokenham ^ Chillington (Edward M)

1872 gardener ^ Chillington

1877 gardener

1881 gardener @ 40 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham (Edward)

1891 gardener @ 49 ^ Widdicombe Cottage, Stokenham (Edward)

1897 gardener

1901 cattleman on farm @ 59 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham (Edward)

1911 jobbing gardener @ 70 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham (Edward)

d 1920.2 Kingsbridge @ 79 (Edward Mitchell)

d 11Apr1920 @ 79; bur Stokenham (Edward Mitchel). Named on same memorial: his wife Elizabeth, daughter Bella Rose and son Alphaeus

sp      Elizabeth OLDRIDGE

(b 1849) Sherford

1851 @ 2 ^ Sherford with parents Peter and Elizabeth OLDRIDGE

m 1867.1 Kingsbridge

m 14Jan1867 Sherford

1871 @ 23 b Sherford ^ Chillington

1881 @ 32 b Sherford ^ Stokenham

1891 @ 42 b Sherford ^ Widdicombe Cottage, Stokenham

1901 @ 52 b Sherford ^ Stokenham

1911 @ 62 b Sherford ^ Stokenham

d 1922.1 Kingsbridge @ 73

d 21Jan1922 @ 73; bur Stokenham (Elizabeth Mitchel)

son    Charles Peters MICHELMORE

b 1867.2 Kingsbridge

dau    Elizabeth Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1869.1 Kingsbridge

chr 14Feb1869 Stokenham

1871 @ 2 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (Elizabeth A)

1881 servant @ 12 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (Elizabeth A)

1901 housemaid domestic @ 33 b East Allington ^ St Marylebone

1911 matron, house service @ 42 b Plymouth ^ 54 Loampit Hill, Lewisham (Elizabeth)

d 1939.2 Barnstaple @ 66

d 2Apr1939 Williton House, Barnstaple @ 66 ^ 23 Bear Street, Barnstaple UK newspaper announcements

d 2Apr1939 23 Beer Street, Barnstaple: spinster; probate granted 1May1939 London to William Thomas FRY, decorator, and Annie Eliza FRY (wife of said W T FRY), estate £485 0s 8d UK wills & probates

son    Alpheus Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1871.3 Kingsbridge (Alphoeus)

b 12Jul1868 Chillington

known as Alf

chr 11Sep1872 Stokenham

1881 scholar @ 9 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents

1888 entry to Royal Navy, No. 144953 Royal Navy records

1891 steward HMS Defiance @ 19 b Stokenham ^ Mattiscombe Cottage, Stokenham, visiting John and Emma HOPPER (Alphaeus)

1891 crew @ 21 b Chillington ^ Royal Navy, Devon

27Apr1899 departed England for Quebec and Montreal aboard SS Scotsman with brother Charles (Mr A MICHELMIRE) UK shipping & migration

1901 unm farmer @ 29 b 12Jul1871 England ^ Crescent, Assiniboia East SK lodging with brother Charles, immigrated 1899 (Alphons)

9Apr1904 unm farmer b Devon @ 32: arrived Halifax NS aboard Canada from Liverpool, destination Saltcoats SK [where his brother Charles was living] (Mr) North American shipping & migration

12Nov1905 applied for title to land at Yorkton SK that he had occupied since 8Jul1902 (A) North American legal records

May1906 granted title to land in Saskatchewan North American legal records

26Apr1907 unm farmer @ 36 b England, Canadian citizen: arrived Halifax aboard Ottowa from Liverpool (Alf) North American shipping & migration

12Jan1908 farmer: arrived Liverpool aboard Tunisian from Halifax NS (Mr A) UK shipping & migration

found out he had tuberculosis, returned to England and committed suicide personal communication

d 1909.4 Kingsbridge @ 38 (Alphaeus)

d 25Nov1909 Grace Cottage, Chillington @ 38; bur Stokenham

bur 29Nov1909 Stokenham @ 38 ^ Chillington, "by coroner's order" (Alphaeus)

dau    Bella Rose MITCHELMORE

b 1877.4 Kingsbridge

chr 25Dec1877 Stokenham, "daughter of Edward Mitchell & Elizabeth Ann"

1881 @ 3 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (Bella Ros)

1891 @ 13 b Stokenham ^ Widdicombe Cottage, Stokenham with parents (Bella R)

1901 draper's asst @ 23 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (Bella R)

m 1904.1 Kingsbridge

m 21Mar1904 Stokenham: James Edwin CHAMBERLAIN, coachman @ 29 ^ Stokenham, father James CHAMBERLAIN, blacksmith; Bella Rose MITCHELMORE @ 26 ^ Stokenham, father Edward MITCHELMORE, labourer; witnesses [father] Edward Mitchell & [sister] Elizabeth Ann MITCHELMORE

d 22Mar1911 @ 33; bur Stokenham

In the baptism register, Edward’s surname is given as "STONE or MITCHELMORE”.

 

 

 

 

Edward & Elizabeth

Edward & Elizabeth

 

 

See below for enlargements

Family memorial

Lower part: Edward and Elizabeth. Upper part: children Alpheus and Bella Rose. The memorial backs onto that of his father Edward.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Elizabeth's estate would have been equivalent to about £65,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It appears that Alpheus was enumerated twice in 1891.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A copy of Alpheus's title application is available here.

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Alpheus's house in Canada


Tree 09

Generation 10

Family 0581

head  William MITCHELMORE

b 1845.4 Merthyr Tydfil

1851 scholar @ 5 b Prenderyn, Breconshire with parents

1861 miner @ 15 b Perderyn, Breconshire ^ Tregibbon, Aberdare with parents

m 1868.1 Merthyr Tydfil

m 186x Llwydcoed, Glamorganshire personal communication

1871 miner @ 25 b Breconshire ^ 11 Kingsbury Place, Aberdare, Glamorganshire ( MICLEMORE )

Aug1877 played cricket for Taff Vale Cricket Club (W) UK life events

1881 collier @ 36 b Hirwain ^ 56 Harriet Street, Aberdare

1885, 1888 collier ^ 1 Clive Street, Aberdare UK life events

?1890 played tennis for Merthyr (?) UK life events

1891 coal miner @ 46 b Aberdare ^ 1 Clive Street, Aberdare

1893 ^ Clive Street, Aberdare UK life events

1896, 1897 ^ 43 Glan Road, Aberdare UK life events

1901 coal hewer @ 55 b Aberdare ^ 71 Harriet Street, Aberdare

1909-1910 sang solos at Horeb Chapel, Llwydcoed UK life events

1911 collier hewer @ 66 b Aberdare ^ 71 Harriet Street, Trecynon (MITCHEMORE)

d 1914.1 Merthyr Tydfil @ 67

d 11Jan1914 71 Harriet Street, Trecynon @ 67, "a native of Hirwain, member of Horeb Chapel,Llwydcoed” UK newspaper announcements

bur 15Jan1914 Aberdare ^ 71 Harriet Street, Trecynon UK newspaper announcements

sp      Mary MORGAN

(b 1849) Llwydcoed

m 1868.1 Merthyr Tydfil

m 186x Llwydcoed personal communication

1871 miners wife @ 22 b Glamorgan ^ 11 Kingsbury Place, Aberdare

1881 @ 32 b Llwydcoed ^ 56 Harriet Street, Aberdare

1891 @ 43 b Aberdare ^ 1 Clive Street, Aberdare

1901 @ 52 b Aberdare ^ 71 Harriet Street, Aberdare

12Sep1905 presented a number of books to the wife of the pastor of Horeb Congregational Chapel, Llwydcoed UK life events

1911 @ 62 b Aberdare ^ 71 Harriet Street, Trecynon (MITCHEMORE)

d 1916.2 Pontypridd @ 67

d 6Jun1916 personal communication

bur 12Jun1916 Aberdare @ 67 ^ Abertridwr, "a native of Trecynon” UK newspaper announcements

dau    Gwenllian MITCHELMORE

b 1869.1 Merthyr Tydfil

1871 @ 2 b Glamorgan ^ 11 Kingsbury Place, Aberdare with parents

1881 scholar @ 12 b Llwydcoed ^ 56 Harriet Street, Aberdare with parents (Gwen)

m 1889.1 Merthyr Tydfil, John Rees PHILLIPS

1911 grocer @ 42 ^  10 Tridwr Road, Abertridwr (Gwen)

Jan1914 ^ Abertridwr

d May1953

bur 20May1953 Abertridwr @ 84

son    John MITCHELMORE

b 1871.1 Merthyr Tydfil

d 1871.1 Merthyr Tydfil @ 1 [mo]

bur 6Mar1871 Llwydcoed @ 1 mo  personal communication

dau    Hannah MITCHELMORE

b 1872.1 Merthyr Tydfil

1881 scholar @ 9 b Llwydcoed ^ 56 Harriet Street, Aberdare with parents

1891 @ 19 b Aberdare ^ 1 Clive Street, Aberdare with parents

m 1893.3 Merthyr Tydfil, Rees THOMAS

1901 @ 27 b Wales ^ Llanwonno, Glamorgan

Jan1914 ^ Abertridwr

bur 13Apr1957 Abertridwr @ 85

dau    Sarah MITCHELMORE

b 1875.2 Merthyr Tydfil

1881 scholar @ 6 b Llwydcoed ^ 56 Harriet Street, Aberdare with parents

1891 domestic servant @ 16 b Aberdare ^ Royal Exchange Inn, 81-82 Harriet Street; head: Robert GOWER, licenced victualler

m 1892.4 Merthyr Tydfil

m 7Nov1892, Charles WALTERS personal communication

Jan1914 ^ Abertridwr

d 6Sep1946 Llanharan, Glamorganshire personal communication

dau    Margaret MITCHELMORE

b 1878.2 Merthyr Tydfil

1881 @ 3 b Llwydcoed ^ 56 Harriet Street, Aberdare with parents

9Feb1885 admitted to St Fagan’s National School, Aberdare (Maggie) UK life events

1891 @ 13 b Aberdare ^ 1 Clive Street, Aberdare with parents (Maggie)

m 1900.3 Pontypridd, David EVANS (Maggie)

1901 @ 23 b Aberdare ^ 37 Thomas Street Aber, Eglwysilan, Pontypridd, Glamorganshire

emigrated to America? personal communication

son    Samuel MITCHELMORE

b 1881.1 Merthyr Tydfil

dau    Mary Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1883.3 Merthyr Tydfil

d 1884.3 Merthyr Tydfil @ 15 [mo]

bur 29Sep1886 Aberdare personal communication

son    David MITCHELMORE

b 1887.3 Merthyr Tydfil [twin]

d 1887.3 Merthyr Tydfil @ 2 [mo]

bur 19Sep1887 Aberdare personal communication

son    Lewis Watkin MITCHELMORE

b 1887.3 Merthyr Tydfil [twin] (Doris Watkin)

d 1887.4 Merthyr Tydfil @ 5 [mo]

d 21Dec1887 Aberdare @ 0 personal communication

son    David John MITCHELMORE

b 1889.1 Merthyr Tydfil

son    Lewis Watkin MITCHELMORE

b 1890.3 Merthyr Tydfil

?dau  Elizabeth Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1900.1 Merthyr Tydfil

b 16Jul1900

17Feb1904 admitted to St Fagan’s National School, Trecynon (Mary) UK life events

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Another source gives the place of Gwenllian's burial as Penyrheol Cemetery, Caerphilly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth’s mother would have been 50 when she was born.

Generation 11

Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0045

head  Christopher Jeffry Edwards MICHELMORE

b 1850.2 Kingsbridge (Christopher Jeffry)

chr 7Jul1850 East Allington ( (Christopher Jeffery Edwards)

1851 @ 9 mo b East Allington ^ Harleston with mother's parents (Christopher)

1861 @ 10 b East Allington ^ Harlestone, East Allington with parents (Christopher MITCHELMORE)

1871 farm labourer @ 20 b East Allington ^ Halerstone, East Allington with parents (Christopher J)

m 1879.4 Liskeard (Christopher J E MITCHELMORE)

1880-1892 gardener ^ Voysey’s vicarage

1881 gardener @ 30 b East Allington ^ Village, Harberton (Christopher J E MITCHELMORE)

1891 gardener @ 41 b East Allington ^ Higher Vicarage, Harberton (Christopher J E MITCHELMORE)

1901 domestic gardener @ 50 b East Allington ^ The Bridge Cottage, Cornwood (Christopher MITCHELMORE)

1911 jobbing gardener @ 60  b East Allington ^ Bridge Cottage, Cornwood (Christopher C J MITCHELMORE)

1915 gardener employed by J H S SHIRREFF at Pitney House, Langport, Somerset (C) UK life events

1917 ^ Bridge Cottage, Cornwood (Christopher MITCHELMORE) British Army records

d 1929.2 Plympton @ 79 (MITCHELMORE)

sp      Ann DAWE

(b 1849) Duloe, Cornwall

m 1879.4 Liskeard

1881 @ 32 b Duloe ^ Village, Harberton

1891 @ 46 b Duloe ^ Higher Vicarage, Harberton

1901 @ 50 b Duloe ^ The Cottage Bridge, Cornwood (Anne)

1911 @ 62 b Duloe ^ Bridge Cottage, Cornwood (Susan)

son    Alfred Christopher MITCHELMORE

b 1880.4 Totnes

b 13Nov1880

chr 10Dec1880 Harberton

1881 @ 5 mo b Halberton ^ Village, Harberton with parents (Alfred C)

1891 scholar @ 10 b Halberton ^ Higher Vicarage, Harberton with parents (Alfred C)

1901 general labourer @ 20 b Harberton ^ The Cottage Bridge, Cornwood with parents

22Jul1901 farm labourer @ 20 ^ Cornwood: admitted to Devon County Lunatic Asylum, Exminster UK life events

29Apr1905 labourer @ 25 ^ Plympton Workhouse: admitted to Devon County Lunatic Asylum, Exminster UK life events

1911 general labourer, patient @ 30 b Harberton ^ Devon County Asylum, Exminster (A)

d 1918.1 St Thomas @ 37

son    John Dawe MITCHELMORE

b 1883.1 Totnes

dau    Bessie MITCHELMORE

b 1885.1 Totnes

chr 30Jan1885 Harberton (MICHELMORE)

1891 scholar @ 6 b Harberton ^ Higher Vicarage, Harberton with parents

1901 tweeny maid @ 16 b Harberton ^ More Cross House, Cornwood

1911 head house maid domestic @ 26 b Harberton ^ The Manor, North Cheriton, Somerset; head: Harold BROWNE, private means

1939 @ 55 ^ Plympton St Mary

d 1964.2 Newton Abbot @ 79

son    William Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1887.1 Totnes

b 3Feb1887 Harberton

chr 10Jun1887 Harberton

1891 @ 4 b Harberton ^ Higher Vicarage, Harberton with parents (William T)

1901 farm servant @ 14 b Totnes ^ Lower Hele Farm, Cornwood (Thomas); head: Edwin H SAMPSON

22Mar1906 labourer @ 19 ^ Cornwood: admitted to Devon County Lunatic Asylum UK life events

d 1910.2 St Thomas @ 23

bur 19Jan1910 Exminster Asylum Cemetery @ 23 ^ Devon County Asylum

son    James MITCHELMORE

 b 1889.1 Totnes

b 4Jan1889

chr 5Apr1889 Harberton

d 1891.1 Totnes @ 2

bur 13Mar1891 Harberton @ 2

son    Richard Edwards MITCHELMORE

b 1892.2 Totnes

b 19Dec1892 Harberton

chr 28Mar1892 Harberton (Richard Edward)

1901 @ 9 b Harberton ^ The Cottage Bridge, Cornwood with parents

19Apr1910 farm labourer: enlisted in Royal Navy as Stoker 2, No. K6226; promoted 20Nov1913 Acting Leading Stoker, 13May1914 Stoker 1; transferred to reserve 24Aug1922 Royal Navy records

1911 stoker 2nd class @ 19 b Totnes ^ HMS Quail, Devonport (Richard Edward)

1919 stoker 1st class K6226, HMS Vivid: awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals Royal Navy records

15Nov1927 ^ Bridge Cottage, Cornwood: at Plympton, sentenced to 3 mo hard labour for stealing  £7 10s from a workmate (Richard) UK legal documents

28Dec1938 ^ Broombill Farm, Harford: found guilty at Plympton of stealing three 10s notes UK legal documents

d 1958.4 Totnes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two children of Christopher & Ann were admitted to Devon County Lunatic Asylum in 1901-1906. Both died there.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Royal Navy has Richard's birth date recorded as 28Mar1892. Royal Navy records


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 1204

head  William Thomas Edwards MICHELMORE

b 1852.2 Kingsbridge (William Thomas)

chr 2May1852 East Allington (William Thomas MITCHELMORE)

1861 servant @ 8 b East Allington ^ Coombe, East Allington (William MITCHELMORE); head: William LUSCOMBE

1861 @ 8 b East Allington ^ Harlestone, East Allington with parents (William MITCHELMORE)

1871 hostler @ 19 b East Allington ^ Hayne's Court, Fore Street, Kingsbridge, boarding with James HOSGOOD (Thomas W MITCHELMORE)

m 1872.4 Kingsbridge (William Thomas E MITCHELMORE)

m 7Nov1872 Charleton: William Thomas Edwards MITCHELMORE, post boy @ 20 ^ Kingsbridge, father William MITCHELMORE, labourer; Sarah COLE ^ Charleton, father Robert COLE, labourer; witness [sister] Elizabeth Jane MITCHELMORE

1881 domestic servant, coachman @ 28 b East Allington ^ Coombe Royal Hotel, West Alvington; head: Harriet EADY (William MITCHELMORE)

1885 ^ Bath Cottages, Torquay UK life events

1886 ^ Roxwell Stables, Torquay UK life events

1891 boots, servant @ 15 b Kingsbridge ^ Tralee, St Michaels Road, Holdenhurst, Bournemouth (W T); head: William MATTOCK, watchmaker (William MITCHELMORE)

1901 driver carriage @ 48 b Alvinton ^ 120 Windham Road, Bournemouth (William T MITCHELMORE)

1911 luggage remover @ 58 b East Allington ^ 260 Malmesbury Park Road, Bournemouth with daughter Florence and her family (William Thomas MITCHELMORE)

d 1921.2 Christchurch @ 69

sp      Sarah COLE

(b 1844) Slapton

1851 @ 6 b Slapton ^ Lower Sidgan, Charleton with parents

m 1872.4 Kingsbridge

m 7Nov1872 Charleton

1881 head @ 36 b Slapton ^ Rules House, 1 Fore Street, Kingsbridge. Also in household: Sarah's stepson [sic] Charles H COLE, brother Joseph M COLE and aunt Mary Grace EDWARDS

1901 @ 56 b Slapton ^ 120 Windham Road, Bournemouth (Susan)

1911 @ 66 b Slapton ^ 260 Malmesbury Park Road, Bournemouth with daughter Florence

d 1919.2 Christchurch @ 74

dau    Louisa Ellen MITCHELMORE

b 1873.1 Kingsbridge

b 25Jan1873

chr 13Apr1873 Kingsbridge Ebenezer Chapel

d 1874.1 Kingsbridge @ 1 (MICHELMORE)

son    William Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1875.3 Kingsbridge

dau    Florence Louisa MITCHELMORE

b 1877.4 Kingsbridge

b 18Aug1877 Kingsbridge UK life events

chr 28Feb1880 Dodbrooke

1881 scholar @ 3 b Kingsbridge ^ Rules House 1, Fore Street, Kingsbridge with mother (Florence L)

27Apr1885 admitted to St Saviour's & All Saints Church Primary School, Torquay (Florence) UK life events

8Feb1886 admitted to St John’s Mixed School, Torquay; previously at Torre National School, left 31 Jan 1888 (Florence) UK life events

1891 domestic servant @ 14 b Torquay ^ 12 Pine Avenue, Holdenhurst, Bournemouth (Florence); head: Eliza MANNING, boarding house keeper

m 1897.2 Christchurch, Richard CLAYTON

1901 @ 23 b Kingsbridge ^ Bournemouth

1911 @ 33 ^ 260 Malmesbury Park Road, Bournemouth with husband & family

son    George Henry Edwards MITCHELMORE

b 1879.3 Kingsbridge

chr 28Feb1880 Dodbrooke

d 1880.3 Kingsbridge @ 1

bur 29Aug1880 Dodbrooke ^ Coombe Royal House, West Alvington @ 1

son    Charles Henry MITCHELMORE

chr 28Feb1880 Dodbrooke

dau    Bertha Emily MITCHELMORE

b 1883.1 Kingsbridge

d 1884.1 Newton Abbot @ 15 [mo]

bur 10Mar1884 St Marychurch @ 15 mo

dau    Ida May MITCHELMORE

b 1888.4 Newton Abbot

1901 @ 12 b Torquay ^ 120 Windham Road, Bournemouth with parents (Ida)

1911 dressmaker @ 22 b Torquay ^ 260 Malmesbury Park Road, Bournemouth with her sister Florence (Ida Mary)

m 1918.3 Christchurch, Walter J DAVIES (Ida H)

 

 

 

 

 

It appears that William was enumerated twice in the 1861 census.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

William, Florence, George and Charles were all baptised at the same ceremony.


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Generation 11

Family 1911

head  William Richard Edwards MITCHELMORE

b 1863.4 Kingsbridge

b 3Oct1863 Halerstone, East Allington

1871 scholar @ 7 b East Allington ^ Halerstone, East Allington with parents (William R)

?1881 farm servant indoors @ 18 b Blackawton ^ Strete Farm, Blackawton (Willm); head: Richard CARNE, farmer

?1881 farm servant indoors @ 18 b Blackawton ^ Grimpston Farm, Blackawton (William); head: Daniel SQUARE, farmer

m 1887.1 Wells

m 1Feb1887 Baptist Chapel, Union Street, Wells, Somerset: William Richard Edwards MITCHELMORE, butler @ 23 ^ Stapleton Park, Stapleton, Bristol, father William MITCHELMORE, retired bailiff; Ellen Annie THOMAS @ 28 ^ 7 Vicars Close, Wells, father William THOMAS (deceased), baker

30Mar1887 opened the Abbey Hotel & Coffee Tavern, Glastonbury, Somerset UK businesses

1889 temperance hotel keeper ^ Benedict Street, Glastonbury (E) UK street & trade directories

1891 temperance hotel proprietor @ 28 b East Allington ^ 3-5 Benedict Street, Glastonbury (William R E)

1892 ^ Abbey Temperance Hotel, Glastonbury (W R E) UK newspaper announcements

1897 hotel keeper ^ Temperance Hotel, 17 Middle Street, Yeovil, Somerset UK street & trade directories

1901 hotel proprietor (Temperance) @ 37 b East Allington ^ 16 Middle Street, Yeovil (William R E)

1902 hotel keeper ^ Albany Temperance Hotel, 17 Middle Street, Yeovil UK street & trade directories

1907 elected to Yeovil Town Council UK life events

1911 hotel proprietor @ 47 b Harleston ^ 67 Middle Street, Yeovil (William L E)

1914-1919 hotel keeper ^ Albany Temperance Hotel, 17 Middle Street & Fernleigh Commercial Hotel, 67 Middle Street, Yeovil UK street & trade directories

1918-1921 mayor of Yeovil: known as the "Peace Mayor" UK life events

1919 councillor, Yeovil Corporation UK street & trade directories

brought together many different collections now housed in the Museum of South Somerset at Hendford Manor, of which he was the first curator (Alderman W R E) UK life events

instrumental in researching the Roman remains at Westland near Yeovil (Mr) UK life events

1926 discovered a barrow near Barwick Park, Yeovil (W R E Mitchelmore) UK life events

an advocate of public housing, Mitchelmore Road in Yeovil was named after him UK life events

chairman of the Education Committee for many years UK life events

Oct1930 made a Freeman of the Borough of Yeovil UK life events

1939 participated in the opening of Grass Royal and Summerleaze Park schools UK life events

d 1939.3 Yeovil @ 75

d 18Jul1939 Yeovil: senior member of Yeovil Town Council: collapsed and died when discussing council matters with the Deputy Town Clerk in the Town Clerk’s office UK newspaper announcements

d 18Jul1939 Municipal Office, Yeovil: ^ Avalon, The Park, Yeovil; probate granted 6Dec1939 Bristol to [sons] Edward Austin MITCHELMORE, civil servant, and Howard Cecil Jeffery MITCHELMORE, school teacher, estate £5048 18s 8d UK wills & probates

sp      Ellen Annie THOMAS

(b 1863) Henbury, Gloucestershire

m 1887.1 Wells

m 1Feb1887 Baptist Chapel, Union Street, Wells

1891 @ 27 b Henbury ^ 3-5 Benedict Street, Glastonbury

1901 @ 36 b Henbury ^ 16 Middle Street, Yeovil

1911 assistant in hotel business @ 46 b Henbury ^ 67 Middle Street, Yeovil (Ellen A)

?1939 @ 82 ^ Bristol (Ellen A)

1946 ^ The Park, Yeovil UK newspaper announcements

d 1950.4 Yeovil @ 95

d 10Nov1950 Summerlands, Yeovil @ 94 UK newspaper announcements

son    Edward Austin MITCHELMORE

b 1888.1 Wells

son    Howard Cecil Jeffrey MITCHELMORE

b 1892.4 Wells

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of 1881 census records refers to William [Tree 13].

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3-5 Benedict Street is now a music shop, which the current owners bought from William. personal communication

 

 

William

William about 1912

 

 

 

As a magistrate, William was waiting to go into court at the time of his death. personal communication  In relation to average earnings, his estate would have been equivalent to about £650,000 today.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0401

head  James Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1867.3 Kingsbridge

1871 @ 3 b East Allington ^ Halerstone, East Allington with parents

1881 page @ 13 b East Allington ^ South Efford, Aveton Gifford (James); head: Trevosso BEST, gentleman

m 1895.3 Barton Regis [Bristol]

m 4Aug1895 Bristol Holy Trinity, Horfield: James Henry MITCHELMORE, boot salesman @ 29 ^ Gifford Villa, Brynland Avenue, father Wm MITCHELMORE, farmer; Alice Bailey FRY @ 30 ^ Gifford Villa, Brynland Avenue, father Frederick FRY, traveller; witness Louisa Martha FRY

1901 manager, boot shop @ 33 b South Alvington ^ 39 Gloster Road, Bristol (James H)

1911 manager, boot & shoe maker's shop @ 43 b East Allington ^ 8 Wellington Street, Teignmouth

d 1934.4 Wells @ 67

d Nov1934 Wells @ 67, "manager of Lennard's boot shop, High Street, committed suicide by gas poisoning in his kitchen, had returned to work a fortnight earlier after 4 mo holiday recovering from a nervous breakdown" UK newspaper announcements

sp      Alice Bailey FRY

(b 1865) Bristol

m 1895.3 Barton Regis [Bristol]

m 4Aug1895 Bristol Holy Trinity, Horfield

1901 @ 35 b Bristol ^ 39 Gloster Road, Bristol (Alice B)

1911 @ 45 b Bristol ^ 8 Wellington Street, Teignmouth (Alice Burley)

1939 @ 75 ^ Bristol (Alice B MICHEMORE)

d 1949.2 Bristol @ 84

dau    Doris May MITCHELMORE

b 1899.4 Bristol

1901 @ 1 b Bristol ^ 39 Gloster Road, Bristol (Doris M)

1911 @ 11 b Bristol ^ 8 Wellington Street, Teignmouth with parents

m 1930.4 Bristol, William B WALKER (Doris M)

m 21Dec1930 St Lawrence, Bristol: Basic WALKER ^ Nottingham; Doris MITCHELMORE ^ Bristol UK newspaper announcements

 


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 5222

head  Charles Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1850.1 Kingsbridge

b 13Feb1850 East Charleton, "father John MITCHELMORE, labourer ^ East Charleton, mother Tryphena MITCHELMORE née CLARKE"

chr 28Apr1850 West Alvington

1851 @ 1 b Charleton ^ Woolston Village, West Alvington with parents

1861 draper's errand boy @ 11 b Charleton ^ Fore Street, Kingsbridge with parents (Charles H)

1871 tin plate worker @ 21 b Charleton ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents

18Nov1872 shipwright @ 22: arrived New York from Liverpool on board Egypt  (Chas H) North American shipping & migration

studied at Chicago University (Charles H) North American life events

1876 minister at Strawberry Point Baptist Church IA¾licensed 12Jan1876, ordained 17May North American life events

m 29Nov1877 Shell Rock IA (C H)

1878 appointed pastor of the Baptist Church of Hinsdale, Scott's Corner, Cattaraugus County NY (C H) North American life events

1880 B[aptist] Clergyman @ 35 b England ^ Hinsdale NY (C H). Also in household: sister-in-law Jennie E BRASTED @ 16, keeping house

1882 appointed pastor of the Baptist Church of Woodhull NY (Charles H) North American life events

1886 appointed pastor of the Baptist Church of Smethport PA (Charles H) North American life events

28Oct1887 b England: granted citizenship of the United States North American life events

1890 appointed pastor of the Baptist Church of Central City NE (Charles H) North American life events

1890 appointed pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Ord NE (Charles H) North American life events

1893-1894 pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Ansley NE (Rev) North American life events

1895 appointed pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Minden NE (Charles H) North American life events

1900 preacher @ 50 b England ^ Minden City, Lincoln NE (Charles). Also in household: sister-in-law Jennie E BRASTED @ 36, teacher school

1910 minister @ 60 b England ^ ??; immigrated 1872, naturalised (Charley MITEBALMORE)

1915 appointed pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Walthill NE, past pastor of Presbyterian Church, Springfield Avenue, Greene County MI (C H) North American life events

1917-1918 ^ 3609 Kings Highway, El Paso TX (Rev C H) North American military records

1919 minister, Adtura Presbyterian church, El Paso: married daughter Uarda North American newspaper announcements

1920 minister, church @ 69 b England ^ El Paso (Charles H)

d 16May1921 El Paso TX

bur 1921 Evergreen Almeda Cemetery, El Paso

"Charles Henry who went from Kingsbridge to New York was my great grandfather. He was an ordained Baptist minister who moved from New York state to Nebraska to take up a church. On his first Sunday there, he invited all present to take communion. The deacons told him, 'We don't do it that way here, Brother MITCHELMORE. Only Baptists take communion in this church!' And that, my father always told us, quoting his father, is how we became Presbyterians. Charles Henry was invited by the Presbyterians to take a church down the road, and did." personal communication

sp      Mary Belle BRASTED

b 23Sep1854 Howard NY personal communication

1860 @ 5 b NY ^ Howard NY with parents John and Catherine

1870 @ 15 b NY ^ Howard NY with parents (Mary)

m 29Nov1877 Shell Rock IA (Mary B)

1880 keep house @ 25 b NY ^ Hinsdale, Cattaraugus, NY (Mary B)

1900 @ 45 b NY ^ Minden City, Lincoln NE (Mary B)

1910 @ 55 b NY ^ ?? (Mary MITEBALMORE)

1920 @ 60 b NY ^ El Paso TX

1933-1937 widow of C H ^ 3205 Mountain Avenue, El Paso Other North American population surveys

d 15Apr1937 El Paso, "cause influenza & bronchopneumonia"

bur 1937 Evergreen Almeda Cemetery, El Paso personal communication

son    John Charles MITCHELMORE

b 21Jul1879 North American military records

son    Hugh Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 26Sep1880 Woodhull NY personal communication

son    Charles Henry MITCHELMORE

b 188x personal communication

d 10Nov1896; bur Smethport (Charles H MITCHOLMORE)

son    William F MITCHELMORE

b Mar1882 NY

1900 @ 18 b NY ^ Minden City, Lincoln NE with parents

d 1904 @ 22 (Wm F) personal communication

son    Alfred Angelo MITCHELMORE

b 9Oct1883 Steuben, New York NY North American newspaper announcements

adau  Uarda Catherine MITCHELMORE

b 24Feb1894 PA US Social Security Death Index

1900 @ 6 b PA ^ Minden City, Lincoln NE with adoptive parents (Arda)

1910 @ 16 b PA ^ ?? with adoptive parents (MITEBALMORE)

m 18May1919 El Paso: Walter E TIPPIN @ 26; Uarda C MITCHELMORE @ 25

m 18May1919, Sergeant Walter TIPPIN (Varda) North American newspaper announcements

1920 @ 25 b PA ^ El Paso TX with adoptive parents (Wanda)

1940 @ 45 b PA ^ Country Club Road, El Paso (Urada). Also in household: nephew John

d 1Dec1982 El Paso (Uarda Mitchelmore TIPPIN)

d 1Dec1982; bur Memory Gardens of the Valley, Santa Teresa NM (Uarda C)

adau  Sadie V MITCHELMORE

b Jan1896 PA

b 1Dec1895 Smethport PA

1900 @ 4 b PA ^ Minden City, Lincoln NE with adoptive parents (Sadia)

1910 @ 14 b PA ^ Buckley WA with adoptive brother Hugh (Sadie)

m 9Nov1919 El Paso: Thomas E WILLIAMS b 12Apr1887 North Wales ^ Orange NJ; Sara V MITCHELMORE b 1Dec1895 Smethport PA ^ 3609 Kings Highway

1995 celebrated her 100th birthday personal communication

d 1999 @ 104 personal communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Charles

Charles Henry in 1912

 

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Memorials to Charles & Mary

 

Mary Belle

Mary Belle with her adopted daughters Sadie and Uarda

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

William

William in 1902

 

 

Uarda's wedding

Report of Uarda's wedding

 

Uarda and Sadie were both adopted from the BRASTED family. In the 1910 census, Sadie is referred to as Hugh's cousin, suggesting that the two girls may have been Mary Belle's nieces.


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Generation 11

Family 1967

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1852.4 Kingsbridge

b 21Nov1851 North American legal records

chr 25Dec1851 West Alvington (Willm Henry)

1861 scholar @ 9 b West Alvington ^ Fore Street, Kingsbridge with parents (William H)

1871 agricultural labourer @ 18 b West Alvington ^ Norton Farm, Churchstow; head: George WHITE

Oct1883 arrived New York North American legal records

1900 bridge carpenter, boarder @ 48 b England ^ Edison NE, immigrated 1889, naturalised (William H)

1903-1906 assessed for taxes on various tracts of land in Red Willow County NB (William H) North American legal records

m 8Apr1918 Chicago IL: William H MITCHELMORE @ 66; Helen MUNZEBROCK @ 39

1920 elevator operator @ 68 b England ^ Norwood Park, Chicago IL; owns house (William)

3Dec1920 ^ 4457 Mobile Avenue, Chicago: naturalisation petition North American legal records

1930 office elevator operator @ 80 b England ^ 4457 North Mobile Avenue,Chicago; immigrated 1884, naturalised, first married @ 68 (William H)

d 21Jul1932 @ 82 Chicago

bur 25Jul1932 Irving Park Boulevard Cemetery, Chicago

sp      Helen MUNZEBROCK

b 25May1878 England US Social Security Death Index

m 8Apr1918 Chicago

1920 @ 41 b OH ^ Norwood Park, Chcago

1930 @ 50 b OH ^ 4457 North Mobile Avenue, Chicago

1940 widow @ 60 b OH ^ 4449 Mobile Avenue, Chicago

d 29Mar1968 Chicago @ 89 US Social Security Death Index North American civil registration indexes

 

The Illinois Death Index gives William's birth date as 23Nov1849 and his father’s name as Hilary.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0269

head  Francis Nute MITCHELMORE

b 1856.2 Kingsbridge

chr 25Mar1858 Churchstow

1861 scholar @ 5 b Dodbrooke ^ Fore Street, Kingsbridge with parents (Francis)

1871 errand boy @ 15 b Dodbrooke ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents

1881 ironmonger's apprentice @ 25 b Dodbrooke ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents (Frank)

m 1882.1 Kingsbridge

1891 ironmongers assistant @ 35 ^ 3 Compton Cottages, Church Street, Dodbrooke (Frank N). Also in household: his wife's sister Emma RUNDLE @ 37, unm seamstress b Dodbrooke

1894 ^ Brendon House, Gibbon's Lane (Francis/Frank) UK life events

1901 ironmonger @ 45 b Dodbrooke ^ Brendon House, Gibbon Lane, Plymouth (Francis N)

1902 ^ 1 Chapel Street, Plymouth (Frank) UK life events

d 1902.1 Plymouth @ 45 (Francis Newt)

03Feb1902 Admons at Exeter of F N MITCHELMORE of Brendon House, Gibbons Lane, Plymouth, ironmonger's assistant who died 03Jan1902 granted to Susan MITCHELMORE widow UK wills & probates

d 3Jan1902 Brendon House, Gibbons Lane, Plymouth: ironmongers assistant; letter of administration granted 3Feb1902 Exeter to Susan MITCHELMORE, widow, estate £170 0s 0d (Frances Newt) UK wills & probates

sp      Susan RUNDLE

(b 1858) Dodbrooke

m 1882.1 Kingsbridge

1891 @ 32 b Dodbrooke ^ 3 Compton Cottages, Church Street, Dodbrooke (Susie)

1901 @ 42 b Dodbrooke ^ Brendon House, Gibbon Lane, Plymouth (Sarah)

1902 ^ Brendon House, Gibbons Lane, Plymouth UK wills & probates

1906 ^ 1 Chapel Street, Plymouth UK life events

1911 dressmaker @ 52 b Dodbrooke ^ 12 Channel View Terrace, Plymouth with daughter Emma (Sussie)

d 1937.3 Plymouth @ 79

bur 7Aug1937 Mutley Baptist Church @ 79 ^ 12 Channel View Terrace, Lipson; died after suffering severe burns in an accident UK newspaper announcements

d 4Aug1937 Greenbank, Plymouth: widow ^ 12 Channel View Terrace, Plymouth; probate granted 8Oct1937 Bodmin to Emma Lilian ASH (wife of Percival Ernest ASH) and Geraldine Ethel MILLER (wife of Hedley Vicars MILLER), estate £165 5s 11d UK wills & probates

son    Albert Edgar Rundle MITCHELMORE

b 1883.1 Kingsbridge

dau    Emma Lilian MITCHELMORE

b 1884.3 Kingsbridge

1891 @ 6 b Dodbrooke (Lilian) ^ 3 Compton Cottages, Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents (Lilian)

1901 dressmaker @ 16 b Dodbrooke ^ Brendon House, Gibbon Lane, Plymouth with parents (Emma H)

m 1907.4 Plymouth, Percival Ernest ASH

1911 @ 26 ^ 12 Channel View Terrace, Plymouth. Also in household: her mother Susan and sister Geraldine

son    Frank Ewart MITCHELMORE

b 1885.4 Kingsbridge

son    Arthur Harold MITCHELMORE

b 1888.1 Kingsbridge

1891 @ 5 b Dodbrooke ^ 3 Compton Cottages, Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents (Arthur H)

9Jul1894 admitted to Mount Street School, Plymouth (Harold) UK life events

1901 @ 13 b Dodbrooke ^ Brendon House, Gibbon Lane, Plymouth with parents (Arthur H)

d 1901.2 Plymouth @ 13

dau    Geraldine Ethel MITCHELMORE

b 1892.3 Kingsbridge

1901 @ 8 b Dodbrooke ^ Plymouth with parents (Geraldine E)

1911 assistant confectioner @ 18 b Dodbrooke ^ 12 Channel View Terrace, Plymouth with sister Emma

m 1920.3 Plymouth, Hedley MILLER (Geraldine E)

m 8Jul1920 George Street Baptist Church, Plymouth: Hedley Vicars MILLER; Geraldine Ethel MITCHELMORE; to live at Grenfell, Venn Crescent, Hartley, Plymouth UK newspaper announcements

dau    Elsie May MITCHELMORE

b 1898.3 Plymouth

b 23May1898 UK life events

1901 @ 2 b Plymouth ^ Brendon House, Gibbon Lane, Plymouth with parents (Elsie M)

1901-1906 admitted to Mount Street Schools, Plymouth UK life events

d 1907.2 Plymouth @ 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Susan's estate would have been equivalent to about £25,000 today.


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Generation 11

Family 2128

head  Harold MITCHELMORE

b 1865.1 Kingsbridge

b 11Mar1865 Kingsbridge Royal Navy records

1871 scholar @ 6 b Kingsbridge ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents

1881 stone cutter's apprentice @ 16 b Kingsbridge ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents

1888 entry to Royal Navy Royal Navy records

m 1892.4 Portsea

1901 chief engineer @ 36 ^ RN Vessel, Greenock, Scotland

14Sep1902 chief engine room artificer 146855, HMS Alberta: awarded Coronation Medal 1902 (H)

1911 Royal Navy @ 45 b Kingsbridge ^ 72 Manners Road, Southsea

1919 chief engine room artificer 1st class 146855: awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals

d 1920.1 Droxford, Hampshire @ 53

d 6Jan1920 San Remo, Curdridge Botley, Hampshire: engine room artificer, HMS Flora ^ 72 Manners Road, Southsea; letter of administration granted 6May1920 Winchester to Elizabeth Jane MITCHELMORE, widow, estate £1,156 15s 4d UK wills & probates

sp      Elizabeth Jane FRAMPTON

b 1860.4 Portsea

m 1892.4 Portsea, MITCHELMORE

1901 wife @ 35 b Portsmouth ^ 72 Manners Road, Portsmouth

1911 @ 48 b Portsmouth ^ 72 Manners Road, Southsea

1920 ^ 72 Manners Road, Southsea UK wills & probates

d 1936.4 Wimborne @ 76

bur 29Oct1936 Verwood St Michael, Dorset @ 76

d 26Oct1936 St Fagans, Ringwood Road, Verwood, Dorset: widow ^ Jesmond Dene, Ringwood Road, Verwood, Dorset; probate granted 10Dec1936 London to Ivor Gilbert WILLIAMS, retired telegraph clerk, estate £9,936 17s 9d UK wills & probates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Elizabeth's estate would have been equivalent to about £1,500,000 today.


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Generation 11

Family 1867

head  Albert MITCHELMORE

b 1867.1 Kingsbridge

1871 @ 4 b Kingsbridge ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents

1881 errand boy @ 14 b Kingsbridge ^ Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents

m 1890.2 Newton Abbot

m 7Apr1890 Baptist Church, Newton Abbot UK newspaper announcements

1891 ironmongers assistant @ 24 b Kingsbridge ^ 3 Linden Terrace, Newton Abbot

?1893 pork butcher ^ 79 Queens Street, Newton Abbot UK street & trade directories

1901 ironmongers manager @ 34 b Kingsbridge ^ 6 The Avenue, Newton Abbot

1902 ^ 6 The Avenue, Newton Abbot (A) UK street & trade directories

1911 furniture dealer @ 44 b Kingsbridge ^ 90 Torquay Road, Newton Abbot

1914-1919 furniture broker & dealer ^ 44 Queen Street, Newton Abbot UK street & trade directories

1914-1919 apartment keeper ^ 90 Torquay Road, Newton Abbot UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 72 ^ Newton Abbot (MILCHELMORE)

7Apr1940 ^ Glen Villa, Forde Park, Newton Abbot: celebrated 50th wedding anniversary UK newspaper announcements

d 1948.2 Newton Abbot @ 81

sp      Annie HELLENS

(b 1866) Newton Abbot

m 1890.2 Newton Abbot

m 7Apr1890 Baptist Church, Newton Abbot UK newspaper announcements

1891 @ 24 b Newton Abbot ^ 3 Linden Terrace, Newton Abbot

1901 @ 34 b Newton Abbot ^ 6 The Avenue, Newton Abbot

1911 @ 44 b Newton Abbot ^ 90 Torquay Road, Newton Abbot

^ "Glen Villa", Forde Park, Newton Abbot personal communication

1939 @ 72 ^ Newton Abbot (MILCHELMORE)

d 1964.2 Newton Abbot @ 97

son    Frederick Owen MITCHELMORE

b 1891.1 Newton Abbot

son    Arthur Leonard Hellens MITCHELMORE

b 1894.3 Newton Abbot

 


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Generation 11

Family 1780

head  William Cranch MITCHELMORE

b 1849.2 Kingsbridge (William)

b 14Apr1849 personal communication

chr 2Jun1849 West Alvington

1851 @ 1 b West Alvington ^ West Alvington with parents (MITCHAMORE)

1861 scholar @ 12 b West Allington ^ Higher Street, Dartmouth with parents

m 1879.3 Totnes (William Crouch MICHELMORE)

m 4Aug1879 Dartmouth St Saviour: William Cranch MICHELMORE, sailor ^ Townstall, father Thomas MICHELMORE; Ann Maria DANIELSON, widow ^ Dartmouth

1881 mariner @ 33 b Stoke Fleming ^ Above Town, Stoke Fleming (W)

1911 stoker, workhouse, unm @ 60 b West Allington ^ Totnes Union Workhouse, Plymouth Road, Totnes (William)

d 1911.3 Totnes @ 60 (William)

d 7Jul1911 @ 61; bur Dartmouth St Saviour at Longcross, "'stoker" (William)

bur 7Jul1911 Dartmouth St Clement @ 61 ^ Union Workhouse, Totnes (William)

sp      Ann Maria PARTRIDGE

(b 1854)

1861 @ 6 b Plymouth ^ Devon

m1 1873.3 Totnes, John George DANIELSON

m2 1879.3 Totnes, MICHELMORE

m2 4Aug1879 Dartmouth St Saviour

1881 @ 26 b Stoke Fleming ^ Above Town, Stoke Fleming (Ann)

1889-1890 shopkeeper ^ Higher Street, Dartmouth (Mrs Annie)

1891 widow, grocer @ 39 b Plymouth ^ Higher Street, Dartmouth (Ann M). Also in household: sailmaker William G RADFORD, lodger, widower @ 38

m3 1893.1 Totnes, William George RADFORD

1901 shop keeper sweets @ 48 b Plymouth ^ Dartmouth (A Maria)

1911 @ 57 b Plymouth ^ Dartmouth

m4 1911.4 Totnes, William G RADFORD (Ann M)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On the marriage certificate, William signed his name MITCHELMORE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It would appear that either William deserted his wife in the early 1880s or Ann believed that he was lost at sea. After the customary seven years, she declared herself a widow and remarried. When William died and his remains were returned to Dartmouth for burial, Ann may have realised her third marriage was bigamous and re-married her third husband in order to legalise it.

 


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0522

head  Catharine MITCHELMORE

b 1854.4 Totnes

b 10Nov1854 Dartmouth personal communication

1861 scholar @ 9 b Dartmouth ^ Higher Street, Dartmouth with parents (Caroline)

m 1875.3 Totnes (Caroline)

m 8Apr1875 Dartmouth St Clement: Elijah HARRIS, labourer @ 19 ^ Townstall, Dartmouth, father Grylls HARRIS (dec.); Caroline MICHELMORE @ 20 ^ Townstall, Dartmouth, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, sawyer; witnesses [father] Thomas & [brother] C MITCHELMORE

1877 ^ Townstall

1881 @ 27 b Dartmouth ^ Silver Street, Townstall, Dartmouth (Caroline)

1891 @ 36 b Dartmouth ^ Silver Street, Townstall, Dartmouth (Caroline)

1901 @ 48 b Dartmouth ^ Dartmouth (Caroline)

son    William Elijah Phillip Grylls Harris MITCHELMORE

b 1875.2 Totnes (William Elijah Philip Harris)

b 4May1875 UK life events

chr 21Feb1877 Dartmouth St Saviour (MICHELMORE), “base child”

16Jul1875 vaccinated against smallpox UK life events

d 1880.4 Totnes @ 5 (William Elijah P H)

bur 28Oct1881 Dartmouth St Clement @ 5 (William Elijah)

sp      Elijah Philip HARRIS

b 1857.1 Totnes

m 1875.3 Totnes

m 8Apr1875 Dartmouth St Clement

1881 general labourer @ 25 b Totnes ^ Silver Street, Townstall, Dartmouth

1891 coal lumper @ 35 b unknown ^ Silver Street, Townstall, Dartmouth

1901 @ 44 b Dartmouth ^ Dartmouth

1911 @ 56 b Dartmouth ^ Dartmouth

 


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Generation 11

Family 2493

head  John Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1857.1 Totnes

b 28Dec1856 Dartmouth personal communication

1861 scholar @ 4 b Dartmouth ^ Higher Street, Dartmouth with parents

1871 assisting father @ 14 b Dartmouth ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth with parents

23Apr1878 sawyer aged 21 yr 4 mo of Dartmouth, previously served 1 yr 61 dy in South Devon Militia: enlisted at Devonport as Private 1415, 34th Brigade, British Army; served in East Indies 9Mar1880 to 22Sep1888 and India 23Sep1888 to 7Nov1888; discharged 22Apr1890 as shipwright aged 33 yr 4 mo, character bad, "addicted to drink and absence" (John) British Army records

1891 wood sawyer @ 32 b Dartmouth ^ ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth with parents

m 1899.4 Totnes

m 3Dec1899 Dartmouth St Clement: John Thomas MITCHELMORE, sawyer @ 39 ^ Silver Street, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, sawyer; Harriet Lily TUCKER, widow @ 41 ^ Silver Street, father John GREEN, sailor

1901 general labourer @ 44 b Dartmouth ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth (John T MICHELMORE). Also in household: stepchildren Mary E, Maud, Eva B and William J TUCKER and [nephew] William H HARRIS [son of his sister Caroline ]

1911 @ 54 b Dartmouth ^ King's Quay, Dartmouth (John Thomas W ATCHELMORE). Also in household: stepson William John TUCKER

?1919 town crier ^ Undercliff, Dartmouth

d 1921.2 Totnes @ 62

d 17Apr1921 @ 63; bur Dartmouth St Clement. Named on same memorial: his wife Harriet

sp      Harriett Lily GREEN

(b 1857)

m1 1878.3 Totnes, John Hannaford TUCKER

m2 1899.4 Totnes, MITCHELMORE

m2 3Dec1899 Dartmouth St Clement

1901 @ 43 b Dartmouth ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth

1911 @ 53 b Dartmouth ^ King's Quay, Dartmouth (Harriet Lily M ATCHELMORE)

d 1920.2 Totnes @ 62

d 14May1920 @ 62; bur Dartmouth St Clement (Harriet L)

 


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Generation 11

Family 2319

head  Charles Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1862.2 Totnes

b 28Apr1862

chr 9Jul1862 Dartmouth St Saviour

1871 @ 9 b Dartmouth ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth with parents

1881 boat builder @ 19 b Townstall, Dartmouth ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth with parents (Charles)

m1 1890.4 Stoke Damerel

m1 24Dec1890 Devonport St Paul: Charles Henry MITCHELMORE, shipwright @ 27 ^ 25 King Street, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, sawyer; Charlotte Louisa BUCKINGHAM @ 25 ^ 25 King Street, father William George BUCKINGHAM, signalman

1891 shipwright @ 27 b Dartmouth ^ 55 Monument Street, Stoke Damerel

1893 ^ 41 Kerst Street, Devonport

m2 1896.4 Stoke Damerel

m2 10Oct1896 Plymouth St Michael: Charles Henry MITCHELMORE, shipwright @ 32 ^ 6 Haddington Road, father Thomas MITCHELMORE (decd), sawyer; Mary MARKLAND @ 27 ^ 1 Haddington Road, father Richard MARKLAND, labourer

1901 shipwright HM Dockyard @ 38 b Dartmouth ^ 11 York Terrace, Devonport (Charles H)

8Nov1902 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Shipwright, Devonport Dockyard, Admiralty without competition UK life events

1905 ^ 11 York Terrace, Devonport (Charles) UK life events

1911 shipwright HM Dockyard @ 49 b Dartmouth ^ 11 York Terrace, Devonport

1926 retired shipwright UK wills & probates

m3 1931.4 Devonport

1939 @ 77 ^ Plymouth (Charles H)

d 1940.4 Plymouth @ 78

sp1    Charlotte Louisa BUCKINGHAM

b 1865.4 Stoke Damerel

m 1890.4 Stoke Damerel

m 24Dec1890 Devonport St Paul

1891 @ 25 b Devonport ^ 55 Monument Street, Stoke Damerel

d 1895.2 Stoke Damerel @ 28

son    Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1893.4 Stoke Damerel

b 2Oct1893

chr 14Nov1893 Plymouth Devonport Wesleyan Methodist

d 1895.3 Stoke Damerel @ 21 [mo]

sp2    Mary MARKLAND

(b 1868) Whittington, Staffordshire

m 1896.4 Stoke Damerel

m 10Oct1896 Plymouth St Michael

1901 @ 32 b Whittington, Staffordshire ^ 11 York Terrace, Devonport

1911 @ 41 b Whittington ^ 11 York Terrace, Devonport

d 1926.2 Devonport @ 57

d 3May1926: wife of Charles MITCHELMORE; letter of administration granted 17Jun1926 London to the said Charles MITCHELMORE, retired shipwright, estate £682 18s 0d UK wills & probates

dau    Laura Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1898.3 Stoke Damerel

1901 @ 2 b Devonport ^ 11 York Terrace, Devonport with parents (Laura M)

9Jan1905 admitted to Ford Board School, Devonport (Laura) UK life events

1911 schoolgirl @ 12 b Devonport ^ 11 York Terrace, Devonport with parents

1939 @ 41 ^ Plymouth with father and stepmother (Laura M)

d 1955.1 Romford @ 56

sp3    Phyllis PRESTON

(b 1869)

m 1931.4 Devonport

d 1957.3 Plymouth @ 88

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Mary's estate would have been equivalent to about £110,000 today.


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Generation 11

Family 0994

head  Joseph Cranch MITCHELMORE

b 1865.2 Totnes [twin]

chr 9Jul1865 Dartmouth St Saviour (MICHELMORE)

b 4Sep1866 Townstall, Dartmouth Royal Navy records

1871 scholar @ 6 b Dartmouth ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth with parents

1881 errand boy @ 16 b Townstall, Dartmouth ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth with parents (Joseph)

25Oct1881 cook b 1865 Dartmouth: sailed aboard Elizabeth Alice to Belfast, discharged 14Dec1881 UK shipping

1882 entry to Royal Navy Royal Navy records

m 1888.2 Liverpool [Register Office]

Oct1891 seaman ^ 6 Catherine Street, Widnes, Lancashire

d before 1917

sp      Bridget KEENAGHAN

b 1857.3 West Derby

m 1888.2 Liverpool (Kate KEENIGAN)

1894 prosecuted for larceny in Liverpool court UK legal documents

1901 inmate @ 36 b Widnes ^ Prescot Union Workhouse, Whiston, Lancashire

d 1902.3 Prescot @ 37

dau    Mary Beatrice MITCHELMORE

b 1889.4 Prescot (Mary)

1901 inmate @ 11 b Widnes ^ Bishop O’Reilly’s Memorial Poor Law School, Fulwood, Liverpool (Mary)

1911 laundress @ 22 b Liverpool ^ Preston Union Workhouse, 214 Deepdale Road, Preston

20Jul1920 laundress @ 27 b Widnes: arrived Sydney NSW aboard Aeneas from Glasgow (M) Australian shipping records

m 1925.3 Liverpool, Francis ROGERS (Mary)

son    William Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1891.4 Prescot

son    Joseph MITCHELMORE

b 1894.3 Prescot

d 1895.3 Prescot @ 11 [mo]

dau    Annie MITCHELMORE

b 1896.4 Prescot

d 1899.1 Prescot @ 2

 


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Generation 11

Family 1430

head  Ann Maria Cranch MITCHELMORE

b 1865.2 Totnes (Ann Maria) [twin]

chr 9Jul1865 Dartmouth St Saviour

1871 scholar @ 6 b Dartmouth ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth with parents (Ann)

m 1885.1 Totnes (Anne Maria/Annie Maria)

m 28Feb1885 Dartmouth St Clement: Frank POWERS, seaman @ 27 ^ Townstall, father Alfred POWERS (dec); Annie Maria MITCHELMORE @ 20 ^ Townstall, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, sawyer; witness [father] Thomas MITCHELMORE

1891 @ 25 b Dartmouth ^ 120 Tilbury Dwellings, Orsett, Essex (Annie M)

son    Edward William Wellington MITCHELMORE

b 1879.1 Totnes

b 16Feb1879

chr 9Apr1879 Dartmouth St Saviour, “son of Annie” (Edward William)

1881 adopted child @ 2 b Dartmouth ^ Eales Slip, Dartmouth St Saviour with adoptive parents Thomas & Sarah G RICHARDS (William)

1892 enlisted in Royal Navy as seaman 283663 (William Edward) Royal Navy records

d 1898.1 East Stonehouse @ 22 (William Edward)

bur 17Feb1898 Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Royal Naval Hospital, East Stonehouse @ 22: stoker ^ Vivid (Wm E)

sp      Frank POWERS

(b 1857) Pennsylvania USA

m 1885.1 Totnes

m 28Feb1885 Dartmouth St Clement

1891 lockman @ 34 b Pennsylvania ^ 120 Tilbury Dwellings, Orsett

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

According to the Royal Navy, Edward was born on 29Sep1877 in Strete. Royal Navy records

 

 

Thomas RICHARDS was a merchant seaman. It is not known if he or his wife were any relation to Ann.


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Generation 11

Family 1338

head  Hercules James MITCHELMORE

b 2Aug1868 Dartmouth

chr 14Feb1872 Dartmouth St Saviour

known as James

1871 @ 3 b Dartmouth ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth with parents (James)

1881 errand boy @ 13 b Townstall, Dartmouth ^ Silver Street Dartmouth with parents (James)

1889 entry to Royal Navy (James) Royal Navy records

m 1895.2 Newton Abbot (James)

1900 seaman RN

1901 leading stoker @ 30 b Dartmouth ^ HMS Racer, off Dartmouth; Michael BEATTY, Commander (James)

1903 ^ 6 East Street, Torquay UK life events

1911 shop porter @ 39 b Dartmouth ^ 65 Dunmere Road, Tormoham (James)

1939 @ 72 ^ Torquay (Hurley J)

23Feb1942 retired chief stoker ^ 5 Woodville Road, Ellacombe, Torquay UK wills & probates

4Jan1945 ^ Ellacombe Royal Navy records

d 1947.4 Newton Abbot @ 80

sp      Florence Annie DEWLAND

(b 1871) Dorset

m 1895.2 Newton Abbot

1901 @ 29 b Dorset ^ Tormoham (Annie)

1902, 1905 admitted to St Saviour's & All Saints Church Primary School, Torquay (Florence) UK life events

1911 @ 37 b Weymouth ^ 65 Dunmere Road, Tormoham (Ainnie)

1939 @ 68 ^ Torquay (Annie F)

d 1942.1 Newton Abbot @ 71

d 9Jan1942 34 St James Road, Torquay: aka Annie, wife of Hercules James MITCHELMORE ^ 5 Woodville Road, Ellacombe, Torquay; letter of administration granted 23Feb1942 Exeter to the said Hercules James MITCHELMORE, retired chief stoker RN, estate £201 17s 10d UK wills & probates

dau    Florence Annie MITCHELMORE

b 1896.3 Newton Abbot

b 2Aug1896

1901 @ 5 b Torquay ^ Tormoham with mother (Florince)

1911 general servant domestic @ 14 b Torquay ^ 65 Dunmere Road, Tormoham with parents (Florrie)

m 1961.3 Newton Abbot, Victor J CHARLEY (Florence A)

d 1971.4 Torbay @ 75

son    Reginald Conroy James MITCHELMORE

b 1900.2 Newton Abbot (Reginald C J)

son    Herbert O'Neal MITCHELMORE

b 1902.1 Newton Abbot

son    William Robert MITCHELMORE

b 1904.3 Newton Abbot

1911 school @ 6 b Torquay ^ 65 Dunmere Road, Tormoham with parents (William)

1939 @ 35 ^ Torquay with parents (William R)

d 1945.1 Newton Abbot @ 40

d 4Jan1945: leading stoker D/KX 78455 HMS Drake, Royal Navy @ 41, son of Hercules James and Annie of Ellacombe, Torquay; bur Torquay Royal Navy records

listed on WW2 memorial in Torquay Royal Navy records

21Jan1948 B22690 Devonport: medal branch informed of award of Long Service & Good Conduct Medal in May 1945 Royal Navy records

dau    Annie MITCHELMORE

b 1910.4 Newton Abbot, "mother's maiden name DREWLAND"

d 1910.4 Newton Abbot @ 0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Florence’s 2nd cousin Florence had attended the same school in 1885.

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Florence's estate would have been equivalent to about £25,000 today.


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Generation 11

Family 0099

head  Andrew MITCHELMORE

b 1845.4 Cardiff

b 30Nov1845 personal communication

chr 4Jan1846 Cardiff

known as Henry Andrew, after his uncle Henry

1851 @ 5 b Cardiff ^ 10 Trinity Street, Cardiff St John with father

1861 pupil @ 15 b Cardiff ^ Caversham House Academy, Caversham, Oxfordshire; head: Francis KNIGHTON

25Jan1870 ^ 2 Wharton Place: attempted to commit suicide by slashing his throat with a knife UK life events

1871 clerk @ 24 b Cardiff ^ Wharton Place, Cardiff St John with his aunt Mary Ann

m 1874.2 Cardiff (Henry Andrew)

m 18Jun1874 Cardiff personal communication

1875 joiner ^ 28 Wharton Street, Cardiff

1880 carpenter ^ 19 Augusta Street, Cardiff

1880-81 journeyman mason ^ 19 Augusta Street, Adamstown, Cardiff UK street & trade directories

1881 carpenter @ 35 ^ 23 North Luton Place, Cardiff St Mary

1882 carpenter ^ North Luton Place, Cardiff

1885 undertaker ^ Spotlands (Mr) UK life events

1887 builder ^ Luton House, North Luton Place, Cardiff

1887 carpenter ^ 31 Moira Place, Splotlands, Cardiff UK street & trade directories

1889 ^ Charles Street, Cardiff

1889 greengrocer ^ Vere Street, Cadoxton

1891 green grocer and haulier @ 45 b Cardiff ^ 50 Vere Street, Cadoxton

1891 fruiterer & grocer ^ Vere Street, Cadoxton (A) UK businesses

1895 carpenter ^ 153 Cyfarthfa Street, Roath, Cardiff (A) UK street & trade directories

1896 builder ^ 74 Richard Street, Cathays, Cardiff

d 1896.4 Cardiff @ 50

d 10Nov1896 Cardiff personal communication

bur 14Nov1896 Cathays Cemetery, Cardiff

d 1Nov1896 153 Cyfartha Street, Cardiff: carpenter; letter of administration granted 20Sep1897 Llandaff to Elizabeth Jane MITCHELMORE, widow, estate £320 0s 0d (Henry Andrew) UK wills & probates

sp      Elizabeth Jane WILLIAMS

b 1Mar1854 Llanmaes, Glamorgan personal communication

chr 6Aug1854 Llanmaes personal communication

m 1874.2 Cardiff

m 18Jun1874 Cardiff personal communication

1881 @ 27 b Cardiff ^ 23 North Luton Place, Cardiff St Mary (Lizzie)

1891 @ 37 b Llanmaes ^ 50 Vere Street, Cardiff

1897 ^ 153 Cyfartha Street, Cardiff UK life events UK wills & probates

1900 ^ 64 Richard Street (Elizth) UK life events

1901 @ 47 b Llanmace ^ 74 Richard Street, Cardiff St John

1901 ^ 74 Richard Street, Cathays, Cardiff UK street & trade directories

1911 private means, widow @ 57 b Lenmace ^ 42 Richards Street, Cathays, Cardiff (Elizabeth J)

d 1937.4 Cardiff @ 83

d 19Oct1937 42 Richard Street, Cathays, Cardiff: widow; probate granted 17Mar1938 Llandaff to Henry Alfred MITCHELMORE, general builder, estate £2044 16s 10d UK wills & probates

bur 23Oct1937 New Cemetery, Cardiff personal communication

dau    Frances Jane MITCHELMORE

b 1874.4 Cardiff

b 7Dec1874 Cardiff personal communication

chr 20Feb1875 Cardiff St John

d 1880.4 Cardiff @ 5

d 12Nov1880 Cardiff personal communication

bur 16Nov1880 Cardiff All Saints @ 5

dau    Laura Emily MITCHELMORE

b 1876.2 Cardiff

b Mar1876 Cardiff personal communication

chr 4Dec1880 Cardiff All Saints

d 1880.4 Cardiff @ 4

d 10Dec1880 Cardiff @ 4 yr 9 mo ^ 19 Augusta Street UK newspaper announcements

bur 13Dec1880 Cardiff All Saints @ 4

son    William Quirck MITCHELMORE

b 1877.3 Cardiff

dau    Clara Alberta MITCHELMORE

b 1879.1 Cardiff

b 29Dec1878 Cardiff personal communication

chr 10Apr1887 Cardiff All Saints

1881 @ 2 b Cardiff ^ 23 North Luton Place, Cardiff St Mary with parents (Clara A)

1891 scholar @ 12 b Cardiff ^ 50 Vere Street, Cardiff with parents (Clara)

m 1900.4 Cardiff

m 25Dec1900 St Andrew, Cardiff: John Rees JONES, grocer @ 24 ^ 74 Richard Street, father Benjamin JONES, commercial traveller; Clara Alberta MITCHELMORE @ 22 ^ 74 Richard Street, father Henry Andrew MITCHELMORE, builder; witness [mother] Elizabeth Jane MITCHELMORE, by licence

m 25Dec1900 St Andrew, Cardiff: John Rees JONES, oldest son of Benjamin JONES ^ 9 John Street, Carmarthen; Clara Alberta MITCHELMORE, only surviving daughter of the late Henry Andrew MITCHELMORE ^ 74 Richard Street, Cardiff UK newspaper announcements

1901 @ 22 b Cardiff ^ 74 Richard Street, Cardiff with mother

d 28Nov1970 Cardiff personal communication

bur 1Dec1970 Gwilyn Cemetery, Clydach

son    Frederick David MITCHELMORE

b 1882.1 Cardiff

b 7Mar1882

chr 11Oct1882 Cardiff St John

d 1887.2 Cardiff @ 5

d 3Apr1887 Cardiff personal communication

bur 6Apr1887 Cardiff All Saints @ 5

son    Henry Alfred MITCHELMORE

b 1883.1 Cardiff

b 22Feb1883 personal communication

chr 10Apr1887 Cardiff All Saints

1891  scholar @ 7 b Cardiff ^ 50 Vere Street, Cardiff with parents (Alfred)

1901 apprentice coach builder @ 18 b Cardiff ^ 74 Richard Street, Cardiff St John with mother (Henry)

1907 ^ Richmond Street, Cardiff UK street & trade directories

1909-1914 ^ 42 Richards Street, Cardiff UK street & trade directories

1911 shopkeeper, grocer @ 28 b Glamorgan ^ 42 Richards Street, Cathays, Cardiff with mother

1919 gunner 106688 Royal Garrison Artillery: awarded British War and Victory medals British Army records

1939 @ 56 ^ Cardiff (Henry A)

d 5Mar1952 Cardiff personal communication

dau    Blanche Eleanor MITCHELMORE

b 1884.3 Cardiff

b 28Aug1884 Cardiff personal communication

d 1886.3 Cardiff @ 2

d 15Sep1886 Luton House, Spotlands, Cardiff UK newspaper announcements

bur 20Sep1886 Cardiff All Saints @ 2 (Blanch Ellen)

son    Charles John MITCHELMORE

b 1886.1 Cardiff

b 3Jan1886 Cardiff personal communication

chr 10Apr1887 Cardiff All Saints

6Sep1899 ^ 74 Richard Street: admitted to Howard Gardens High School for Boys, Cardiff; previously at Albany Road School (Chas) UK life events

1891  scholar @ 5 b Cardiff ^ 50 Vere Street, Cardiff with parents (Charles)

1901 traveller @ 15 b Cardiff ^ 74 Richard Street, Cardiff St John with mother (Charles)

d 1901.2 Cardiff @ 15

d 14May1901 Cardiff @ 15 ^ 74 Richards Street, Cathays, "drowned in East Bute Dock, Cardiff" UK newspaper announcements

bur 18May1901 Cardiff St Andrew @ 15

dau    Charlotte Annie MITCHELMORE

b 1889.2 Cardiff

b 31Jul1889 personal communication

chr 29Jul1889 Cadoxton juxta Barry

d 1889.3 Cardiff @ 0

d 5Aug1889 Cardiff personal communication

bur 5Aug1889 Cardiff St John @ 8 wk ^ Charles Street

son    Edwin Herbert MITCHELMORE

b 1890.2 Cardiff

dau    Charlotte Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1891.3 Cardiff

b Aug1891 Cardiff personal communication

d 1891.3 Cardiff

d 5Sep1891 Cardiff personal communication

bur 7Sep1891 Cardiff personal communication

dau    Frances Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1895.1 Cardiff

b Jan1895 Cardiff personal communication

chr 29Jan1900 Cardiff St Andrew

d 1900.1 Cardiff @ 5

d 11Feb1900 Cardiff @ 5 yr 1 mo personal communication

bur 16Feb1900 Cardiff St Andrew @ 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henry Andrew

Henry Andrew

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Elizabeth's estate would have been equivalent to about £300,000 today.

 

 

Frances

Frances

 

 

 

 

 

William, Clara, Henry and Charles and  were all baptised at the same cermony.

 

 

 

Clara

Clara

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

William, Henry and Clara

William, Henry and Clara


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Generation 11

Family 2307

head  Ernest Cecil MITCHELMORE

b 1859.1 Cardiff (Ernest)

chr 19Jan1859 Cardiff St John(Ernest)

1861 @ 3 mo [sic] b Cardiff ^ 10 Trinity Street, Cardiff St John with parents (Ernest)

1871 scholar @ 12 b Cardiff ^ 2 Charles Street, Cardiff St John with parents (Earnest)

1876 played for Cardiff United Schools cricket team (?) UK life events

Dec1884 plans to develop land between St Mary Street and Mill Lane approved (E L) UK life events

m 1885.3 Prestwich (Ernest)

m 16Sep1885 All Saints, Newton Heath, Lancashire: Ernest MITCHELMORE, architect @ 26 ^ Cardiff, father William MITCHELMORE, contractor; Millicant Emily JACQUES @ 27 ^ All Saints, Newton Heath, father James JACQUES, manager of farm

m 16Sep1885 All Saints, Newton Heath: Ernest MITCHELMORE; Millicant Emily JACQUES, second daughter of James JACQUES UK newspaper announcements

1886 architect ^ 48 Charles Street, Cardiff

Jan1887 secretary, committee to build a public gymnasium in Cardiff, & joint architect (?) UK life events

1888 performed in Cardiff Histrionic Club's productions (E L) UK life events

1888 attended annual dinner of Cardiff Cricket Club (E L) UK life events

1889 executor of will of Robert Ernest MILLS of Streatley-on-Thames (Ernest) UK wills & probates

1889 proprietor of the Miller of Mansfield Hotel, Goring-on-Thames: states that it is no longer possible to obtain "a good bed and breakfast for half-a-crown" at his hotel UK life events

1891 architect @ 32 b Glamorgan, Cardiganshire ^ Miller of Mansfield Hotel, Goring, Oxfordshire (Ernest MUCHMORE)

1893 sold horse at the Horse Exchange, Cardiff UK life events

1895 hotel keeper ^ Miller of Mansfield Hotel, Goring (Ernest) UK street & trade directories

1895 fished on the Thames at Streatley [just across the river from Goring] (Mr) UK life events

10Apr1899 hotel proprietor ^ Miller of Mansfield Hotel, Goring-on-Thames: sued Edward Lynch BLOSSE who stayed at the hotel but did not pay his bill (Ernest) UK businesses

1900 member of South Oxfordshire Conservative Association (E) UK life events

1901 hotel proprietor @ 42 b Cardiff ^ Goring, Oxfordshire. Also in household: his mother Melora (Ernest)

1907 vice-chairman, Goring Rural District Council ^ Ffrwddgrech, Manor Road, Goring (Ernest) UK street & trade directories

1908 gentleman ^ Goring-on-Thames: executor of will of Giles AYRES of Reading (Ernest) UK wills & probates

1911 vice-chairman, Goring Rural District Council ^ Ffrwddgrech, Manor Road, Goring (Ernest) UK street & trade directories

1911 hotel proprietor  @ 52 b Cardiff ^ Manor Road, Bradfield, Berkshire

1918 ^ Ffrwdellrich, Goring-on-Thames (Ernest) Royal Air Force records

d 1929.3 Reading @ 70 (Ernest Lyttleton)

bur 12Sep1929 Hemdean Road Cemetery, Caversham, Berkshire @ 71 ^ 13 Victoria Square, Reading, Berkshire (Ernest Lyttleton)

sp      Millicent Emily JACQUES

(b 1867) Ullesthorpe, Leicestershire

m 1885.3 Prestwich

m 16Sep1885 All Saints, Newton Heath

1891 @ 33 b Weaverthorpe, Leicestershire ^ Miller of Mansfield Hotel, Goring, Oxfordshire (MUCHMORE)

1901 @ 33 b Ullesthorpe, Leicestershire ^ Goring, Oxfordshire (Millicent E MITCHELMORE)

Jul-Aug1908 ^ Goring-on-Thames: stayed at the Oakwood Park Hotel, Conway, Carnarvonshire (M) UK life events

1911 @ 48 b Ullesthorpe ^ Manor Road, Bradfield, Berkshire (Millicent)

1915-1917 ^ Goring: Red Cross volunteer, awarded Voluntary Worker Badge (M) UK life events

1939 @ 81 ^ Hove (Millicent)

d 1946.1 Hendon @ 87

bur 8Jan1946 Hemdean Cemetery, Caversham @ 87 ^ 41 Esplanade, Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset

dau    Doris Kathleen Jacques MITCHELMORE

b 1886.4 Cardiff

b 3Nov1886 48 Charles Street, Cardiff (?) UK newspaper announcements

chr 13Dec1886 Cardiff St John

1891 @ 4 b Glamorgan, Cardiganshire ^ Miller of Mansfield Hotel, Goring, Oxfordshire with parents (Doris N J MUCHMORE)

1901 pupil @ 14 b Cardiff ^ Godwin College, 29-31 Godwin Road, Margate, Kent, boarding with Edward MALTBY (Doris)

m 1908.1 Marylebone (Doris Kathleen) [also indexed as Doris K MICHLEMORE]

m 9Jan1908 St Marylebone: Carew Blackburn OWEN, gentleman @ 26 ^ 66 Margaret Street, father Arthur Walsh OWEN, Clerk in Holy Orders; Doris Kathleen MITCHELMORE @ 21 ^ Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, father Ernest Lyttleton MITCHELMORE, gentleman ["hotel keeper" crossed out]; witnesses Ernest MITCHELMORE, Constance OWEN

1911 @ 24 b Cardiff ^ Manor Road, Bradfield, Berkshire with parents (Doris MITCHELMORE)

son    Ernest Lionel Quirke MITCHELMORE

b 1889.2 Cardiff

son    William Norman MITCHELMORE

b 1891.1 Bradfield

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert MILLS was probably a relative of Ernest's mother Melora.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Doris’s brothers Lionel and Norman were also boarding at Godwin College in 1901. The college was described in an 1883 Isle of Thanet Directory as a “gentleman’s school”, so its owner, Edward MALTBY, must have been rather enlightened to admit Doris.


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Generation 11

Family 2312

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1866.1 Plymouth

b 9Jan1866

1871 @ 5 b Plymouth ^ Plymouth St Andrew with parents (Wm)

chr 22Mar1874 Stoke Damerel

1881 baker @ 15 ^ 88 King Street West, Plymouth St Andrew with parents (William)

1891 unm baker @ 24 b Plymouth ^ 33 Clarence Place, East Stonehouse with father and brother Richard, boarding with Mary EDWARDS, widow (Wm)

m 1892.1 East Stonehouse

1893 baker ^ 44 Richmond Street, Plymouth

1899 baker ^ 31 Cambridge Lane West, Plymouth

1901 journeyman baker @ 35 b Plymouth ^ Plymouth. Also in household: his brother Richard and his mother-in-law Elizabeth

d 20Dec1904 @ 38; bur Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth. Named on same memorial: his father William Henry, his wife Susan, Susan's mother Elizabeth and their son-in-law William Henry HONEYCHURCH

died of "baker's lung" personal communication

sp      Susannah Minnie MORTIMORE

b 1866.1 Plymouth (Susannah M)

1881 tailoress @ 15 b Plymouth ^ 27 Summerland Place, Plymouth St Andrew with widowed mother Elizabeth (Susan M)

m 1892.1 East Stonehouse (Susan Minnie)

1901 @ 35 b Plymouth ^ 31 Cambridge Lane, Plymouth

1911 cook @ 44 b Plymouth ^ 3 Elim Terrace, Plymouth (Susan)

1939 @ 73 ^ Plymouth (Susan M)

d 1941.3 Plymouth @ 75

d 20Sep1941 @ 75; bur Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth

d 20Sep1941 2 Sidney Terrace, Plymouth: widow; letter of administration granted 27Oct1941 Bodmin to Mary Elizabeth HONEYCHURCH, widow, estate £212 15s 8d UK wills & probates

dau    Everalda MITCHELMORE

(b 1885) Plymouth

1901 apprentice tailoress @ 15 b Plymouth ^ 31 Cambridge Lane, Plymouth with parents

m 1902.2 Devonport, Harry HURST

1911 @ 26 b Plymouth ^ Plymouth (HIRST)

son    William George MITCHELMORE

(b 1890) Plymouth

dau    May Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1893.2 Plymouth

b 24May1893

chr 9Mar1893 Plymouth Holy Trinity

1901 @7 b Plymouth ^ 31 Cambridge Lane, Plymouth with parents

1911 tailoress @ 17 b Plymouth ^ 3 Elim Terrace, Plymouth with mother (May)

m 1917.4 Plymouth, William Henry HONEYCHURCH

26Aug1918 ^ 143 Grenville Road, Plymouth: husband killed in World War I North American military records

d 1972 personal communication

dau    Daisy MITCHELMORE

b 1896.2 Plymouth

d 1896.2 Plymouth @ 0

dau    Winifred MITCHELMORE

b 1897.3 Plymouth

b 21Mar1897

chr 17Mar1899 Plymouth Holy Trinity

1901 @ 3 b Plymouth ^ 31 Cambridge Lane, Plymouth with parents

1911 scholar @ 13 b Plymouth ^ 3 Elim Terrace, Plymouth with mother (Winnie)

1939 @ 42 ^ Plymouth with mother

m1944.1 Plymouth, Walter H LUCK

m 8Jan1944 Plymouth Mutley Plain Methodist, Walter Harry LUCK

last known ^ 3 Regents Road, Gosforth, Newcastle Upon Tyne personal communication

son    Richard Stanley MITCHELMORE

b 1899.2 Plymouth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

See below for enlargements

Family memorial

Front: William, his wife Susan and their son-in-law William. Back: His father William and his mother-in-law Elizabeth MORTIMORE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Susan's estate would have been equivalent to about £28,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May's wedding, 1917

May's wedding, 1917

 

 

 

Winifred and Richard were baptised at the same ceremony.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 2461

head  Richard Roskelly Bate MITCHELMORE

b 1879.4 Plymouth

1881 @ 1 b Plymouth ^ 88 King Street West, Plymouth St Andrew with parents (Richd)

1891 scholar @ 10 b Plymouth ^ 33 Clarence Place, East Stonehouse with father and brother William, boarding with Mary EDWARDS (Richd)

1901 house painter @ 21 b Plymouth ^ Plymouth with brother William (Richard)

m 1903.2 Plymouth

m 31May1903 Plymouth Charles: Richard Roskelly Bate MITCHELMORE, painter @ 24 ^ 6 Beaumont Ave, father William Henry MITCHELMORE deceased, baker; Florence Jane BURRING, tailoress @ 24 ^ 29 Beaumont Ave, father William John BURRING (deceased), upholsterer; witnesses [brother] William Henry and [brother's wife] Susan MITCHELMORE

1904, 1906 painter ^ 30 Ivydale Road, Mutley, Plymouth Charles

1911 house painter and paperhanger @ 31 b Plymouth ^ 39 Claremont Street, Ope, Plymouth (Richard)

1939 @ 60 ^ Plymouth (Richard R)

d 1969.1 Plymouth @ 89 (Richard R R)

sp      Florence Jane BURRING

b 1879.3 Plymouth

1881 @ 8 mo b Plymouth^ 6 Looe Street, Plymouth Charles

m 1903.2 Plymouth

m 31May1903 Plymouth Charles

1911 @ 31 b Plymouth ^ 39 Claremont Street, Ope, Plymouth

1939 @ 60 ^ Plymouth (Florence J)

d 1962.4 Plymouth @ 83 (Florence J)

son    William Richard MITCHELMORE

b 1904.3 Plymouth

dau    Florence Mabel MITCHELMORE

b 1906.2 Plymouth

b 3Apr1906

known as Mabel

chr 25Apr1906 Plymouth Charles

1911 school @ 5 b Plymouth ^ 39 Claremont Street, Ope, Plymouth with parents (Mabel)

1939 @ 33 ^ Bristol (Florence M)

d 1979.2 Weston

dau    Dora May MITCHELMORE

b 1910.3 Plymouth

chr 27Jul1910 Plymouth Charles

1911 @ 8 mo b Plymouth ^ 39 Claremont Street, Ope, Plymouth with parents (Dora)

m 1934.3 Plymouth, WEBB

m 4Aug1934 Plymouth Charles, Lionel Charles George WEBB

dau    Eva Winifred MITCHELMORE

b 1913.3 Plymouth

d 1923.4 Plymouth @ 10

 

Click to enlarge

Richard and his family
(taken about 1914)

Clockwise from Richard: Mabel, William, his wife Florence, Eva
and Dora

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mabel

Mabel

 

Click to enlarge

Dora


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Generation 11

Family 2305

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1852.3 Plymouth

b 17Aug1852 Plymouth

born at 26 Clarence Street, Plymouth personal communication

chr 3Oct1852 Plymouth Charles

1861 scholar @ 8 b Plymouth ^ Brownston Street, Modbury with parents (William H)

1871 plasterer @ 18 b Plymouth ^ Brownston Street, Modbury with parents (William H)

1881 plasterer @ 28 b Plymouth ^ 29 Brownston Street, Modbury with parents (William H)

m 1885.2 Plymouth

1891 plasterer @ 38 b Plymouth ^ Gortleigh Cottage, Christchurch, Hampshire (William H). Also in household: his brother Charles 0887

1898 boot & shoe maker ^ 6 Alexandria Terrace, Pokesdown, Bournemouth UK street & trade directories

1901 boot & shoe shopkeeper @ 48 b Plymouth ^ Christchurch Road,Pokesdown, Hampshire (William H)

1911 boot & shoe maker's dealer @ 58 b Plymouth ^ 313 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth

d 1918.4 Christchurch @ 66

d 1Nov1918 313 Christchurch Road, Pokesdown, Bournemouth: probate granted 17Dec1918 London to Sarah Jane Dullam MITCHELMORE, widow, estate £785 0s 0d UK wills & probates

sp      Sarah Jane Dullam HOBBS

(b 1855) Frithelstock, Devon

known as Dollam

m 1885.2 Plymouth

1891 @ 35 b Frithelstock ^ Gortleigh Cottage, Christchurch

1901 @ 45 b Frithelstock ^ Christchurch Road, Pokesdown (Sarah F D)

1911 @ 55 b Frithelstock ^ 313 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth (Sarah T D)

1939 @ 84 ^ Bournemouth (Sarah J D)

d 1945.4 Bournemouth @ 90

dau    ? MITCHELMORE

b 1886.1 Christchurch

d 1886.1 Christchurch @ 0 [unnamed]

dau    Kate MITCHELMORE

b 1887.2 Christchurch

1891 @ 3 b Pokesdown ^ Gortleigh Cottage, Christchurch with parents

1901 school girl @ 13 b Pokesdown ^ Christchurch Road, Pokesdown with parents

1911 assistant milliner  @ 23 b Bournemouth ^ 313 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth with parents

1939 @ 52 ^ Bournemouth with mother

d 1965.3 Bornemouth @ 78

dau    May MITCHELMORE

b 1888.4 Christchurch

b 27Sep1888

1891 @ 2 b Pokesdown ^ Gortleigh Cottage, Christchurch with parents

1901 school girl @ 12 b Pokesdown ^ Christchurch Road, Pokesdown with parents (Mary)

1911 book keeper @ 22 ^ 313 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth with parents

1939 @ 51 ^ Bournemouth with mother

1947 personal representative of deceased [brother] Clement UK wills & probates

d 1972.1 Bournemouth

dau    Gertrude MITCHELMORE

b 1890.4 Christchurch

1891 @ 6 mo b Pokesdown ^ Gortleigh Cottage, Christchurch with parents

d 1894.4 Christchurch @ 4

son    Evelyn MITCHELMORE

b 1894.4 Christchurch

son    Clement MITCHELMORE

b 1898.4 Christchurch

son    Roland Gortleigh MITCHELMORE

b 1901.1 Christchurch

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0001

head  John Crocker MITCHELMORE

b.1854.2 Kingsbridge

b 16Mar1854 Barrack Field, Modbury

chr 9Apr1854 Modbury

1861 scholar @ 7 b Modbury ^ Brownston Street, Modbury with parents (John C)

1871 apprentice shoemaker@ 17 b Modbury ^ Brownston Street, Modbury with parents (John)

m 1877.3 Kingsbridge

m 31Jul1877 Baptist Chapel, Kingsbridge

1878-1902 leather dealer, boot & shoe maker, and draper ^ 5 Broad Street, Modbury UK street & trade directories

1881 cotton merchant closed upper manufacturer @ 27 b Modbury ^ Broad Street, Modbury (John C)

1889-1902 secretary, Modbury & Ivybridge Omnibus Co., Broad Street, Modbury (J C) UK street & trade directories

1891 draper, boot and shoe merchant @ 38 ^ Broad Street, Modbury (John)

1901 draper @ 47 b Modbury ^ 5 Broad Street, Modbury (John C)

d 1907.2 Kingsbridge @ 53

d 27May1907 @ 53; bur St George's, Modbury. Named on same memorial: his wife Virtue and their son Horace

d 27May1907 Modbury: outfitter and leather merchant; probate granted 11Feb1908 Exeter to Virtue MITCHELMORE, widow, [brother] William Henry MITCHELMORE, plasterer, and  [brother-in-law] Samuel George COVE, baker, estate £1,831 3s 8d UK wills & probates

sp      Virtue PADY

(b 1853) Torquay

b 11Dec1853 personal communication

m 1877.3 Kingsbridge

m 31Jul1877 Baptist Chapel, Kingsbridge

1881 @ 28 b Torquay ^ Broad Street, Modbury

1891 @ 39 bTorr ^ Broad Street, Modbury

1901 @ 48 b Torquay ^ 5 Broad Street, Modbury

1911 @ 58 b Torquay ^ Broad Street, Modbury

d 1939.1 Totnes @ 86

d 19Mar1881 @ 86 UK newspaper announcements

d 22Mar1939 @ 86; bur St George's, Modbury

dau    Ada Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1878.2 Kingsbridge

b 4May1878 Modbury (?) UK newspaper announcements

1881 @ 2 b Modbury ^ Broad Street, Modbury with parents

1891 scholar @ 13 ^ Broad Street, Modbury with parents (Ada)

1901 @ 22 b Modbury ^ 5 Broad Street, Modbury with parents (Ada E)

m 1909.4 Kingsbridge

m 27Dec1909, Francis Edgar KENT personal communication

d 1927.3 Totnes @ 49

d Aug1927 personal communication

dau    Eva Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1878.2 Kingsbridge

son    Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1879.4 Kingsbridge

dau    Ethel Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1881.3 Kingsbridge

b 2Jun1881 Modbury (?) UK newspaper announcements

1891 scholar @ 12 b Modbury ^ Broad Street, Modbury with parents (Ethel)

1901 @ 19 b Modbury ^ 5 Broad Street, Modbury with parents

1911 draper @ 29 b Modbury ^ 181 Newfoundland Road, Bristol, visiting her brother William

1939 @ 58 ^ Paignton (Ethel)

d 1941.4 Totnes @ 60

d 20Nov1941 personal communication

d Nov1941 Paignton @ 60 ^ 13 St Paul’s Road, Preston UK newspaper announcements

bur 24Nov1941 UK newspaper announcements

son    Horace John MITCHELMORE

b 1883.1 Kingsbridge

son    William MITCHELMORE

b 1885.3 Kingsbridge

son    John Frederick MITCHELMORE

b 1886.4 Kingsbridge

son    Sydney Frank MITCHELMORE

b 1888.3 Kingsbridge

Click to enlarge

John and his family in 1892

 

A narrative history of John and his descendants is available here.

 

Click to enlarge

John and Virtue in 1895

In relation to average earnings, John's estate would have been equivalent to about £700,000 today.

 

 

Click to enlarge

Family memorial

 

The births of Ada and Eva are recorded on the same page of the register, so they were probably twins.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Generation 11

Family 0100

head  Alfred MITCHELMORE

b 1856.3 Kingsbridge

b 21May1856 Modbury

chr 15Jun1856 Modbury

1861 scholar @ 4 b Modbury ^ Brownston Street, Modbury with parents

1871 painter @ 14 b Modbury ^ Brownston Street, Modbury with parents

1881 painter @ 24 b Modbury ^ 29 Brownston Street, Modbury with parents

m 1881.3 Plymouth

1889 painter ^ Brownston Street, Modbury UK street & trade directories

1891 house decorator @ 34 b Modbury ^ 63 Brownston Street, Modbury

1893 painter ^ 2 Galpin Street, Modbury UK street & trade directories

1901 house decorator @ 44 b Modbury ^ Galpin Street, Modbury

1902 clerk to the School Board & attendance officer, The Green, Modbury UK street & trade directories

1911 house painter @ 52 b Modbury ^ Galpin Street, Modbury

1914 painter & house decorator ^ 2 Galpin Street, Modbury UK street & trade directories

d 1928.2 Bournemouth @ 71

d 14Apr1928 885 Christchurch Road, Boscombe, Bournemouth: ^ Brownston Street, Modbury; probate granted 12Jul1928 to Helena Maud FRIEND, estate £722 3s 0d UK wills & probates

sp      Ida FRIEND

(b 1858) Modbury

1881 unm dressmaker @ 23 b Modbury ^ Galpin Street, Modbury with parents

m 1881.3 Plymouth

1891 @ 33 b Modbury ^ 63 Brownston Street, Modbury

1901 @ 43 b Modbury ^ Galpin Street, Modbury

1911 visitor @ 53 b Modbury ^ 76 Belgrave Road, Plymouth with brother Herbert G FRIEND. Also in household: her sisters Helena and Beatrice

d 1922.3 Kingsbridge @ 65 ^ Modbury

d 12Sep1922 Modbury ^ 4 Brownston Street, Modbury UK newspaper announcements

bur 16Sep1922 Modbury UK newspaper announcements

d 12Sep1922 Modbury: wife of Alfred MITCHELMORE; probate granted 27Oct1922 Exeter to the said Alfred MITCHELMORE, retired painter and decorator, estate £171 0s 0d UK wills & probates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alfred may have died at the house of his younger brother Henry, who was living in Boscombe at the time. Helena FRIEND was his wife's sister. In relation to average earnings, his estate would have been equivalent to about £130,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Ida's estate would have been equivalent to about £20,000 today.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0887

head  Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1858.3 Kingsbridge

b 4Jun1858 Modbury

chr 17Apr1859 Modbury

1861 @ 2 b Modbury ^ Brownston Street, Modbury with parents

1871 @ 12 b Modbury ^ Brownston Street, Modbury with parents

1881 carpenter @ 22 b Modbury ^ 29 Brownston Street, Modbury with parents

1891 carpenter @ 32 b Modbury ^ Gortleigh Cottage, Christchurch, Hampshire with brother Henry (MITCHELMORE)

m 1892.4 Bridport

1901 @ 42 b Modbury ^ Pokesdown, Hampshire (MITCHELLMORE)

1911 builders foreman @ 52 b Modbury ^ 13 Rosebery Road, Bournemouth

d 1924.1 Christchurch @ 65

d 12Feb1924 13 Roseberry Road, Boscombe: letter of administration granted 1May1924 London to Ellen MITCHELMORE, widow, estate £1825 12s 7d (MITCHELMORE) UK wills & probates

sp      Ellen WHITTLE

(b 1863) Bridport, Dorset

m 1892.4 Bridport

1901 @ 37 b Bridport ^ Pokesdown, Hampshire (MITCHELLMORE)

1911 @ 47 b Bridport ^ 13 Rosebery Road, Bournemouth

d 1935.3 Bournemouth @ 71 (MITCHELMORE)

d 17Jul1935 Mot Beria, 13 Rosebery Road, Boscombe: widow; probate granted 1Oct1935 London to Oscar Henesworth WHITTINGHAM, solicitor, estate £3,646 14s 7d [later amended to £1,488 15s 10d] UK wills & probates

dau    Florence MITCHELMORE

b 1893.4 Christchurch, Hampshire

1901 @ 7 b Pokesdown ^ Pokesdown with parents

1911 dress maker ^ Lyndhurst, Hampshire UK street & trade directories

1911 apprentice milliner @ 17 b Bournemouth ^ 13 Rosebery Road, Bournemouth with parents

m 1917.3 Christchurch, William F SOPER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Charles's estate would have been equivalent to about £300,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, the revised value of Ellen's estate would have been equivalent to about £250,000 today.

 


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 2329

head  Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1866.1 Kingsbridge

1871 @ 5 b Modbury ^ Brownston Street, Modbury with parents

1881 plasterer @ 15 b Modbury ^ 29 Brownston Street, Modbury with parents

m 1890.3 Christchurch

1891 plasterer @ 25 b Modbury ^ 68 Haviland Road, Christchurch, Hampshire (Harry)

1898 greengrocer ^ 71 Haviland Road, Boscombe, Bournemouth (Harry) UK street & trade directories

1901 plasterer @ 35 b Modbury ^ 78 Haviland Road, Bournemouth

1911 plasterer & pork butcher @ 45 b Modbury ^ 71 Haviland Road, Boscombe

1911 shopkeeper ^ 71 Haviland Road, Boscombe, Bournemouth UK street & trade directories

1919 ^ 71 Haviland Road, Boscombe [a couple of houses from son Harry] British Army records

1939 @ 74 ^ Bournemouth

d 1941.1 Bournemouth @ 75

d 13Dec1941 4 Queensland Road, Boscombe, Bournemouth: probate granted 14Mar1942 Winchester to Augusta MITCHELMORE, widow, estate £1741 14s 7d UK wills & probates

sp      Augusta FELTHAM

(b 1870) Fontmell, Dorset

m 1890.3 Christchurch

1891 @ 25 b Fontmell Magna ^ 68 Haviland Road, Christchurch, Hampshire

1901 @ 30 b Fontmall ^ 78 Haviland Road, Bournemouth

1911 assisting in the business @ 41 b Bedchester, Dorset ^  71 Haviland Road, Boscombe

1919 ^ 71 Haviland Road, Boscombe British Army records

1939 @ 30 [sic] ^ Bournemouth

d 1960.3 Bournemouth @ 90

son    Harry MITCHELMORE

b 1891.1 Christchurch

son    Percy MITCHELMORE

b 1892.3 Christchurch

dau    Lilian MITCHELMORE

b 1894.4 Christchurch

1901 @ 6 b Boscombe ^ 78 Haviland Road, Bournemouth with parents

1911 @ 16 b Boscombe ^  71 Haviland Road, Boscombe with parents

1919 ^ 71 Haviland Road, Boscombe with parents British Army records

m 1921.2 Christchurch, William E CHAPMAN

dau    Mabel MITCHELMORE

b 1896.4 Christcburch

kknown as May personal communication

1901 @ 4 b Boscombe ^ 78 Haviland Road, Bournemouth with parents

1911 @ 14 b Boscombe ^  71 Haviland Road, Boscombe with parents

1919 ^ 71 Haviland Road, Boscombe with parents British Army records

m 1923.4 Christchurch, George W P EDGECOMBE

dau    Olive MITCHELMORE

b 1898.1 Christchurch

1901 @ 3 b Boscombe ^ 78 Haviland Road, Bournemouth with parents

d 1901.2 Christchurch @ 3

dau    Irene Olive MITCHELMORE

b 1908.4 Christchurch

b 26Aug1908

kknown as Renee personal communication

1911 @ 2 b Boscombe ^  71 Haviland Road, Boscombe with parents

1919 ^ 71 Haviland Road, Boscombe with parents (Irene) British Army records

1939 @ 31 ^ Bournemouth with parents (Irene O)

d Nov1995 Bournemouth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Henry's estate would have been equivalent to about £250,000 today.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 2423

head  John Wilson MITCHELMORE

b 1864.2 Totnes

chr 10Apr1864 Totnes

1864, 1866 labourer ^ Totnes

1871 @ 7 b Totnes ^ Church Lane, Fore Street, Totnes with parents

1881 unm telegraph messenger @ 17 b Totnes ^ Church Cottage, Berry Pomeroy with parents (John)

m1 1887.1 W Bromwich

1891 railway porter @ 27 b Totnes ^ 47 Victor Road, Willesden, Middlesex

1901 railway porter @ 37 b Totnes ^ 23 Oxford Drive, Plymouth (John W)

1901 guard ^ 29 Oxford Avenue, Plymouth (John) UK life events

30Jul1910 stationmaster: arrived Southampton aboard Briton from Cape Town (J) UK shipping & migration

15Oct1910 stationmaster: departed Southampton aboard Briton for Cape Town, South Africa (J) UK shipping & migration

3Apr1913 telegraphist @ 48: arrived Southampton aboard Grantully Castle from Cape Town, last permanent residence South Africa  (Mr J W) UK shipping & migration

3May1913 storeman @ 49 departed London aboard Braemar Castle for Cape Town, South Africa with son John (J W) UK shipping & migration

1915 ^ Rhodesian Railways, Bulawayo, Rhodesia [now Zimbabwe] British Army records

27May1916 clerk @ 39: departed London aboard Llanstephan Castle for Cape Town (J) UK shipping & migration

5Sep1919 station master @ 55: arrived Southampton aboard Llanstephen Castle from Cape Town, last permanent residence South Africa UK shipping & migration

m2 1920.1 Camberwell, HARTNOLL

m2 8Jan1920 St Paul, Herne Hill: John Wilson MITCHELMORE, gentleman @ 55, widower ^ 19 Howarden Gove, Herne Hill, father John MITCHELMORE (deceased), gardener; Bertha HARTNOLL, clerk @ 32 ^ 31 Ruskin Walk, father John HARTNOLL (deceased), printer; witness [sister-in-law] Ada Eliza MITCHELMORE

1939 @ 75 ^ Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire (John W)

d 1947.1 North Bucks @ 82

sp1    Annie CHUDLEY

b 1864.4 Totnes

m 1887.1 W Bromwich

1891 @ 26 b Totnes ^ 47 Victor Road, Willesden, Middlesex

1901 @ 36 b Totnes ^ 23 Oxford Drive, Plymouth

1910 departed Southampton for Cape, South Africa (?) UK shipping & migration

30Jul1910 arrived Southampton aboard Briton from Cape Town (Mrs A) UK shipping & migration

15Oct1910 departed Southampton aboard Briton for Cape, South Africa (?) UK shipping & migration

27May1916 @ 31: departed London aboard Llanstephan Castle for Cape Town (Mrs) UK shipping & migration

dau    Constance Alice MITCHELMORE

b 1889.1 Dudley

chr 13Jan1889 Tipton St Martin, Staffordshire

1891 @ 2 b Tipton, Staffordshire ^ 47 Victor Road, Willesden with parents (Constance A)

d 1893.2 Plymouth

dau    Edith MITCHELMORE

b 1891.2 Hendon

1891 @ 2 mo b Kensal Rise ^ 47 Victor Road, Willesden with parents

d 1891.3 Hendon @ 6 [mo]

bur 24Jul1891 Willesden Old Cemetery, Brent

son    John MITCHELMORE

b 1893.2 Paddington

sp2    Bertha HARTNOLL

b 1887.4 Lambeth

m 1920.1 Camberwell

m 8Jan1920 St Paul, Herne Hill

1939 @ 52 ^ Newport Pagnell

d 1956.1 Colchester @ 67

bur 30Jan1956 St George, Bromley @ 67

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It would appear that John was living with his brother William at the time of his second marriage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 1916 record may refer to John’s second wife, although they were not married at this time. Annie did not return to England with her husband and son in 1913; she may have died or divorced before that date.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 2405

head  William MITCHELMORE

b 1866.2 Totnes

chr 22Apr1866 Totnes

1871 @ 5 b Totnes ^ Church Lane, Totnes with parents

1881 painter apprentice @ 15 b Totnes ^ Church Cottage, Berry Pomeroy with parents

m1 1886.3 St Giles

m1 29Aug1886 St George, Bloomsbury: William MITCHELMORE, decorator @ 21 ^ 35 Huntley Street, father John MITCHELMORE, gardener; Eliza WHITE @ 20 ^ British Museum, father Charles WHITE, farmer

1889 decorator ^ 216 Fernhead Road, London NW

1891 decorator @ 27 b Totnes ^ 131 Fernhead Road, Paddington (MITCHELLMORE)

1896 builder ^ 147 Fernhead Road, St Peter's Park, London W (Wm) UK street & trade directories

1901 builders foreman @ 35 b Totnes ^ Paddington

m2 1904.3 Brentford

m2 18Sep1904 St John, Northfields: William MITCHELMORE, builder’s foreman, widower @ 37 ^ 85 West Dulwich Mansions SE, father John MITCHELMORE, gardener; Ada Eliza SANDERS @ 21 ^ 8 Worthfield Lane, father Thomas Ross SANDERS, cabinet maker; witness Lily Caroline SANDERS

1911 builder foreman @ 44 b Totnes ^ 19 Hawarden Grove, Lambeth

1914-1918 ^ 19 Hawarden Grove, Herne Hill, London SE (William) UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 73 ^ Clacton, Essex

d 1945.4 Colchester @ 79

sp1    Eliza WHITE

(b 1865) Exeter

m 1886.3 St Giles

m 29Aug1886 St George, Bloomsbury

1891 @ 25 b Darlington, Devon ^ 131 Fernhead Road, Paddington

1901 @ 35 b Exeter ^ Paddington

d 1903.3 Hendon

dau    Edith Mabel MITCHELMORE

b 1889.2 Paddington

b 14Apr1889

chr 9Jun1889 St Luke, West Kilburn

1891 @ 1 b Paddington ^ 131 Fernhead Road, Paddington with parents (Edith M)

d 1892.4 Marylebone @ 3

dau    Mabel Phyllis MITCHELMORE

b 1895.1 Paddington

b 2Feb1895 Paddington

chr 16Jun1895 St Luke, West Kilburn

1901 @ 6 b Paddington ^ Paddington with parents (Mabel P)

1911 @ 17 b Paddington ^ 19 Hawarden Grove, Lambeth with father and stepmother (Mabel)

1939 @ 44 ^ Clacton, Essex with father and stepmother (Mabel P)

d 1944.1 Colchester @ 49

sp2    Ada Eliza SANDERS

b 1883.1 Lambeth

m 1904.3 Brentford

m 18Sep1904 St John, Northfields

1911 wife @ 28 b Camberwell ^ 19 Hawarden Grove, Lambeth (Amy)

1939 @ 56 ^ Clacton, Essex (Ada E)

 d 1965.1 Colchester @ 82 (Ada E)

 


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0216

head  Frank MITCHELMORE

b 1875.2 Totnes [also indexed under MICHELMORE]

b 6Apr1875 UK life events

chr 2May1875 Totnes

27Jul1875 vaccinated against smallpox UK life events

1881 scholar @ 5 b Totnes ^ Church Cottage, Berry Pomeroy with parents

1891 tailors apprentice b Totnes @ 16 ^ Bridgetown with parents (MICHELMORE)

m1 1896.3 Totnes

m1 10Aug1896 Bridgetown: Frank MITCHELMORE, tailor @ 21 ^ Bridgetown, father John MITCHELMORE, sexton; Bertha HEATH @ 21 ^ Bridgetown, father Thomas HEATH (dec); witnesses [parents] John & M MITCHELMORE

1897 tailor ^ Orchard Terrace, Totnes

1901 tailor @ 25 b Totnes ^ Behind No. 27, Bridgetown

1911 tailor maker, journeyman @ 35 b Totnes ^ 18 Brooklands, Bridgetown

1911-1913 tailor ^ 22 Leachwell Street, Totnes

1919 sapper 7301 Royal Engineers Transport, 426321 Royal Engineers: awarded British War and Victory medals (MICHELMORE) British Army records

div, correspondent Frank Edwin POTTER UK legal documents

1921 ^  22 Leechwell Street, Totnes (F R) North American shipping & migration

m2 1922.4 Newton Abbot, BOWHAY

d 1936.3 Totnes @ 62

d 18Jul1936 [while on duty at] Totnes (postman F MITCHELMORE) UK life events

d 18Jul1936 Totnes, "employed for about 30 yr at Totnes Post Office” UK newspaper announcements

21Jul1936 Totnes: funeral attended by a large number of colleagues and members of the Dart Vale & Berry Castle Lodges of the RAOB UK newspaper announcements

d 19Jul1936 The Railway Station, Totnes: ^ 22 Leechwell Street, Totnes; letter of administration granted 12Aug1936 Exeter to [son] William Edward MITCHELMORE, hot water fitter, estate £424 15s 5d UK wills & probates

sp1    Bertha HEATH

(b 1875) Totnes

m 1896.3 Totnes

m 10Aug1896 Bridgetown

1901 @ 25 b Totnes ^ Behind No. 27, Bridgetown

1911 @ 35 b Totnes ^ 18 Brooklands, Bridgetown

div 18Jan1921 UK legal documents

son    Philip Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1896.4 Totnes

b 25Oct1896

chr 3Jan1897 Bridgetown

1901 @ 4 b Totnes ^ Behind No. 27, Bridgetown with parents

1911 post office clerk and messenger @ 14 b Totnes ^ 18 Brooklands, Bridgetown with parents

24May1901 @ 5 ^ Bridgetown: playing with matches, sustained burns when his bed caught fire (Philip) UK life events

d 1922.1 Totnes @ 25

d 9Feb1922 @ 25; bur Bridgetown. Named on same memorial: his grandfather John

son    Leslie Frank MITCHELMORE

b 1898.2 Totnes

son    Sidney John MITCHELMORE

b 1900.2 Totnes (Sidney J)

b 20Mar1900 Totnes Royal Navy records

1901 @ 1 b Totnes ^ Behind No. 27, Bridgetown, with parents

1911 scholar @ 11 b Bridgetown ^ 18 Brooklands, Bridgetown with parents

29Sep1915 farm labourer: enlisted in Royal Navy as Boy 2, No. J44841; promoted 31Mar1916 Boy 2,  20Mar1918 Ordinary Seaman, 4May1918 Able Seaman, 10Dec1924 Leading Seaman; 1Jan1927 passed proficiency for Petty Officer Royal Navy records

1919 able seaman, HMS Woolwich: awarded British War and Victory medals (Sidney J) Royal Navy records

4Apr1933 leading seaman, HMS Devonshire: awarded Long Service and Good Conduct Medal Royal Navy records

d 1935.2 Newton Abbot @ 35

d 22Jun1935 @ 35; bur Bridgetown. Named on same memorial: his grandfather John

d 22Jun1935 15 Goshen Road, Chelston, Torquay: letter of administration granted 16Aug1935 Exeter to [father] Frank MITCHELMORE, postman, estate £203 0s 2d UK wills & probates

son    William Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1902.3 Totnes

son    Albert George MITCHELMORE

b 1904.3 Totnes

b 19Jul1904

chr 11Sep1904 Bridgetown

d 1909.4 Devonport

dau    Dorothy May MITCHELMORE

b 1906.4 Totnes

b 29Aug1906

chr 28Oct1906 Bridgetown

1911 school @ 4 b Bridgetown ^ 18 Brooklands, Bridgetown with parents

m 1930.2 Totnes, Harold J STEER

d 1966.3 Exeter @ 59 (Dorothy M)

son    Cyril Eric MITCHELMORE

b 1911.3 Totnes

dau    Elsie Winifred Maud MITCHELMORE

b 1913.2 Totnes

b 19Jun1913

chr 19Jun1913 Berry Pomeroy

m 1939.3 Totnes, William C JEFFERY (Elsie M)

sp2    Rhoda S BOWHAY

(b 1877)

m 1922.4 Newton Abbot

d 1925.4 Totnes @ 48

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A transcription of the statement made by a witness to Frank's death is available here. In relation to average earnings, Frank's estate would have been equivalent to about £70,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An enlargement of the relevant part of Philip's memorial is available here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sidney apparently died at the home of the parents-in-law of his brother Leslie. An enlargement of the relevant part of Sidney's memorial is available here. In relation to average earnings, Sidney's estate would have been equivalent to about £30,000 today.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 2048

head  Philip Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1876.4 Totnes

b 18Sep1876 Bridgetown UK life events

chr 1Oct1876 Bridgetown

9Apr1877 vaccinated against smallpox UK life events

1881 scholar @ 4 b Bridgetown ^ Church Cottage, Berry Pomeroy with parents

1891 carpenter apprentice @ 14 b Bridgetown ^ Bridgetown with parents (MICHELMORE)

1901 carpenter @ 25 b Devon ^ Paddington, lodger (Philip MICHELMORE)

m 1903.2 Hendon

m 24May1903 Holy Trinity, Kilburn: Philip Henry MITCHELLMORE, carpenter @ 26 ^ 39 Glenville? Road, father John MITCHELMORE, gardener; Ada Port EDMONDS @ 24 ^ 138 Victoria Road, father Alfred EDMONDS

1911 carpenter and joiner @ 34 b Totnes ^ 34 Ashburnham Road, Kensal Rise

6Jun1916 carpenter b 1876 Totnes: enlisted in British Army, sapper 241654 Royal Engineers (Henry Philip) British Army records

1919 awarded British War and Victory medals (Phillip H) British Army records

1920 ^ 34 Ashburnham Road, Kensal Rise: granted pension due to deafness in right ear (Henry Philip) British Army records

d 1938.3 Willesden @ 61

sp      Ada Port EDMONDS

b 1878.4 Wrexham

m 1903.2 Hendon

m 24May1903 Holy Trinity, Kilburn British Army records

1911 @ 31 b Wrexham, Denbighshire ^ 34 Ashburnham Road, Kensal Rise (Ada)

1939 @ 59 ^ Wembley

d 1965.1 Cuckfield @ 86 (Ada P)

dau    Phyllis Ada MITCHELMORE

b 1909.3 Hendon

b 20Jul1909

b 20Jul1909 32 Ashburton Road, Kensal Rise British Army records

1911 @ 1 b Kensal Rise ^ 34 Ashburnham Road, Kensal Rise with parents (Phylis Ada)

m 1931.4 Willesden, Leonard D PIKE (Phyllis A)

d Dec1989 Devizes

 


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0784

head  Robert Edwin MITCHELMORE

b 1863.2 Plymouth

1871 @ 7 b Plymouth ^ Frederick Street, Plymouth St Andrew with mother and siblings

1881 cabinet maker's apprentice @ 17 b Plymouth ^ 7 Cecil Street, Plymouth with mother (Robert)

m 1883.4 Stoke Damerel

1885 cabinet maker ^ 21 Prospect Street, Plymouth Charles

1886 cabinet maker ^ 6 Clifton Street, Plymouth Charles

1889 carpenter ^ Wyndham Street, Plymouth Charles

1891 cabinet maker @ 27 ^ 12 North Kensington Terrace, Plymouth (Robert)

1891 cabinet maker ^ 12 Kensington Terrace, Mutley, Plymouth (Edward Robert)

1901 cabinet maker @ 38 b Plymouth ^ 43 Oakfield Terrace, Plym Sutton (Robert E)

1911 cabinet maker @ 48 b Plymouth ^ 43 Oakfield Terrace Road, Plymouth

d 1931.2 Plymouth @ 68

d May1931 Plymouth @ 68 ^ 84 Neath Road, Plymouth, "collapsed and died on steps of the Royal Hotel, Lockyer Road; inquest found death mainly due to bronchitis and diabetes" UK newspaper announcements

bur 16May1931 United Methodist Church, Embankment Road, Plymouth: prominent member of the Independent Order of Rechabites (a past Chief Ruler and secretary of the Living in Hope Tent for 28 years and trustee) and the International Order of Good Templars, trustee of the Temperance Memorial Hall, Millbay Road UK newspaper announcements

d 12May1931 @ 68; bur Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth (Robert). Named on same memorial: his wife Mary

sp      Mary Lavinia GILL

b 1859.4 Plymouth

m 1883.4 Stoke Damerel

1891 @ 29 b Plymouth ^ 12 North Kensington Terrace, Plymouth (Mary)

1901 @ 39 b Plymouth ^ 43 Oakfield Terrace, Plym Sutton (Mary L)

1911 @ 48 b Plymouth ^ 43 Oakfield Terrace Road, Plymouth

d 1937.2 Plymouth @ 75

d 25Apr1937 @ 75; bur Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth

son    Robert John Ernest MITCHELMORE

b 1884.3 Plymouth

d 1884.3 Plymouth @ 0

son    Robert John MITCHELMORE

b 1885.3 Plymouth

son    Ernest Leonard MITCHELMORE

b 1886.4 Plymouth

b 28Oct1886

chr 17Nov1886 Plymouth Charles

d 1886.4 Plymouth @ 2 [mo]

dau    Elsie May MITCHELMORE

b 1888.3 Plymouth

d 1888.4 Plymouth @ 4 [mo]

dau    Catherine Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1889.3 Plymouth

chr 17Jul1889 Plymouth Charles

1891 @ 1 b Plymouth ^ 12 North Kensington Terrace, Plymouth with parents (Catherine)

1901 @ 11 b Plymouth ^ 43 Oakfield Terrace, Plym Sutton Plymouth with parents (Catherine E)

1911 milliner @ 21 b Plymouth ^ 43 Oakfield Terrace Road, Plymouth with parents (Katie Elizabeth)

m 1913.4 Plymouth, John C CRAWFORD

m 12Oct1913 Plymouth Ebrington Street Wesleyan Methodist, John Colin CRAWFORD

d 1967.1 Croydon @ 77 (Catherine E)

dau    Margaret Lavinia MITCHELMORE

b 1891.3 Plymouth

b 17Jul1891

chr 8Sep1891 Plymouth Holy Trinity

1901 @ 9 b Plymouth ^ 43 Oakfield Terrace, Plym Sutton Plymouth with parents (Margaret L)

1911 general servant domestic @ 19 b Plymouth ^ 9 Belair Road, Devonport (Margaret);

m 1919.2 Plymouth, Sidney H STURGESS (Margaret L)

d 1959.2 Plymouth @ 67 (Margaret L)

dau    Ethel Florence MITCHELMORE

b 1896.3 Plymouth

1901 @ 4 b Plymouth ^ 43 Oakfield Terrace, Plym Sutton Plymouth with parents (Ethel F)

1911 dress maker @ 15 b Plymouth ^ 43 Oakfield Terrace Road, Plymouth with parents

m 1928.2 Plymouth, Thomas SCULLY (Ethel F)

d 1982 Plymouth @ 86

 

Robert

Robert

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Catherine

Catherine

 

 

Margaret

Margaret

 

 

Ethel

Ethel


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 1225

head  Ernest Peter MITCHELMORE

b 1868.3 Plymouth

1871 @ 2 b Plymouth ^ Frederick Street, Plymouth St Andrew with mother(Ernest)

1881 pupil @ 12 b Plymouth ^ Hele and Lanyon [Charity] School, Tavistock Road, Plymouth Charles ( Earnest P MICHEMORE )

1891 tailors clerk @ 22 b Plymouth ^ 51 Second Avenue, Chelsea (Ernest)

m 1892.2 Plymouth

d 1894.3 Hendon @ 26

bur Aug1894 Kensal Green Cemetery (Ernest P)

sp      Marian Elizabeth SCOTT

(b 1871) Plymouth

1881 @ 10 b England ^ 34 Gibson Buildings, Hackney (Marian E)

m1 1892.2 Plymouth, MITCHELMORE

1894 reserved a plot at Kensal Green Cemetery (Marian E)

m2 1897.3 Plymouth, Joseph S FAIRWEATHER

1901 @ 39 b Plymouth ^ 143 Florence Terrace, Plymouth (Marion E)

1911 draper's assistant, widow  @ 37 b Plymouth ^ Manor House, Willesden [institution] (Marian MITCHELMORE)

1918 ^ 24 Aberdeen Road, Dollis Hill: Red Cross volunteer UK life events

4Nov1922 arrived New York from Valparaiso, Chile, aboard Aconcagua; widowed governess @ 45 yr 6 mo b Plymouth ^ London visiting Mrs KEMP, 136 W 98th Street, New York for 2 mo stay en route to London (MITCHELMORE) North American shipping & migration

6Jun1926 nurse @ 50?: arrived Plymouth aboard Belgenland from New York, intended residence  2 Kirkby Place, North Road, Plymouth, last permanent residence USA (Marion) UK shipping & migration

4Aug1926 nurse @ 57 ^ Balhorne, Penarth, Wales: departed Plymouth aboard France for New York (Marion MITCHELMORE) UK shipping & migration

11Aug1926 widow @ 56 ^ New York: arrived New York aboard France from Le Havre; friend in UK Bal HOLME, Lennyson Rd, Penarth, Glamorgan (Marian MITCHELMORE) North American shipping & migration

12Aug1926 due to depart New York for London aboard American Banker (Mrs M E) North American shipping & migration

2Feb1929 @ 56 ^ Balhorne, Tennyson Road, Penarth, Wales: departed Liverpool aboard Albertic for New York (MITCHEIMORE) UK shipping & migration

12Feb1929 arrived New York from Liverpool aboard Albertic, widowed governess @ 56 b Plymouth ^ New York (MITCHELMORE) North American shipping & migration

24Sep1929 companion aged 55: arrived Southampton aboard Berengaria from New York, intended residence Daycroft, Mountjoy Avenue, Penarth, last permanent residence USA (Marian MITCHEL-MORE) UK shipping & migration

16Aug1930 housewife @ 58 ^ 89 Melbourne Road, Bushey, Hertfordshire: departed Southampton aboard Coronia for New York (Marion MITCHELMORE) UK shipping & migration

22Sep1937 @ 67 ^ 47 Balcombe Avenue, Worthing, Sussex: departed Southampton aboard Europa for New York (Marian MITCHELLMORE) UK shipping & migration

27Sep1937 widow @ 67 yr 4 mo, British citizen: arrived New York aboard Europa from Southampton North American shipping & migration

1939 @ 70 ^ Worthing, Sussex (Marion Elizabeth MITCHELMORE (FAIRWEATHER))

20Sep1948 home duties @ 50 [sic] ^ 27 Malverne Close, Worthing, Sussex: arrived Southampton aboard America from New York (Marion E) UK shipping & migration

23Jan1953 @ 81 ^ 89 Melbourne Road, Bushey, Hertfordshire: departed London aboard Rangitoto for Wellington NZ with daughter (Marion MITCHELMORE) UK shipping & migration

d 1953 NZ @ 82

son    Ernest William Algar MITCHELMORE

b 1893.3 Hendon

dau    Dorothy Marian MITCHELMORE

b 1895.2 Plymouth

b 26Mar1895

1901 @ 5 b Plymouth ^ 143 Florence Terrace, Plymouth with mother and stepfather (Dorothy M)

1911 draper's clerk @ 15 b Plymouth ^ Manor House, Willesden [institution] with mother

1918 ^ 24 Aberdeen Road, Dollis Hill: Red Cross volunteer at Hammersmith Military Orthopaedic Hospital UK life events

m 1919.2 Paddington, Cyril J L WAITE (Dorothy M)

1939 @ 44 ^ Worthing with mother (Dorothy M)

23Jan1953 @ 57 ^ 89 Melbourne Road, Bushey: departed London aboard Rangitoto for Wellington NZ with mother (Dorothy M) UK shipping & migration

d Jan1985 Hove (Dorothy MITCHELMORE)

dau    Catherine May MITCHELMORE

(b 1898) Plymouth

1917-1918 ^ 24 Aberdeen Road, Dollis Hill: Red Cross volunteer at Hammersmith Military Orthopaedic Hospital UK life events

31May1920 @ 22: departed Plymouth aboard Noordam for New York NY (C May) UK shipping

11Nov1920 @ 22 b Plymouth ^ London: arrived New York aboard Noordam from Plymouth; in transit to New York city to visit cousin J FALKINGHAM, 50 Church Street, NY City (Catherine M) North American shipping

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marion's second husband died in 1910. It is not known why she immediately reverted to her first married name.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 2317

head  Tom MITCHELMORE

b 1861.3 Totnes

b 1Aug1861 Harberton

1871 pauper @ 9 b Harberton ^ Totnes Union Workhouse, Totnes (MICHELMORE)

1881 unm Private Coldstream Guards @ 19 b Totnes ^ Wellington Barracks, London, Middlesex (MICHAELMORE)

1882 private 4889 2nd Battalion, Coldstream Guards: awarded Star and clasp for service in Second Egyptian War (T) British Army records

m1 1887.3 Chelsea

m1 14Aug1887 St Jude, Kensal Green: Tom MITCHELMORE, constable @ 26 b Hackney, father John MITCHELMORE (deceased), farmer; Maria FOWLER @ 24 ^ 77 Droop Street, father John FOWLER, bailiff

1888 police constable ^ 129 Elderfield Road

1889 police constable ^ 155 Elderfield Road

1891 police constable @ 29 b Abberton [Harberton] ^ 155 Elderfield Road, Hackney (Thomas)

1892 ^ 28 Goulden Street, Battersea

1893 metropolitan policeman ^ 33 Gouldon Street, Battersea

1897 police constable ^ 21 Balfern Street, Battersea

1901 police constable @ 39 b Harberton ^ 21 Balfern Street, Battersea

1904 police constable ^ 6 Freedom Street, Battersea

m2 1906.2 Wandsworth

1911 police constable @ 49 b Harberton ^ 9 Church Road, Battersea

1916 police pensioner

d 1921.3 Wandsworth @ 60

bur 17Nov1921 Morden @ 60

sp1    Maria FOWLER

b 1862.3 Farringdon

m 1887.3 Chelsea

m 14Aug1887 St Jude, Kensal Green

1891 @ 28 b Shrivenham ^ 155 Elderfield Road, Hackney

1901 @ 38 b Watchfield, Hertfordshire ^ 21 Balfern Street, Battersea

d 1905.1 Wandsworth @ 42

bur 13Mar1905 Morden @ 42

son    Tom MITCHELMORE

b 1888.4 Hackney

b 23Oct1888 Clapton

chr 2Dec1888 All Saints, Clapton Park

d 1889.4 Hackney @ 12 [mo]

son    George Stanley MITCHELMORE

b 1889.4 Hackney

dau    Edith Alice MITCHELMORE

b 1891.2 Hackney

b 31Mar1891 Clapton

chr 17Apr1891 All Saints, Clapton Park, privately

1891 @ 1 mo b Clapton, London ^ 155 Elderfield Road, Hackney with parents (Alice M)

d 1892.2 Wandsworth @ 12 [mo]

6Apr1892 bur Hanwell Cemetery, Westminster @ 12 mo ^ 28 Goulden Street, Battersea

dau    Florence Mabel MITCHELMORE

b 1893.1 Wandsworth

chr 9Mar1893 St Stephen, Battersea

1901 @ 8 b Battersea ^ 21 Balfern Street, Battersea with parents (Florence M)

1911 training for domestic service @ 18 b Battersea ^ 20 Clarendon Gardens, Paddington (Florence); head: Ellen CLIVELY, matron of girl's training home

d 1911.4 Wandsworth @ 18

bur 12Oct1911 Morden

son    Ernest John MITCHELMORE

b 1895.1 Wandsworth

son    Percy Willie MITCHELMORE

b 1904.4 Wandsworth

chr 1Dec1904 St Stephen, Battersea

d 1910.1 Wandsworth @ 5

bur 4Apr1910 Morden

sp2    Louisa Emily TURNER

(b 1882)

m 1906.2 Wandsworth

1911 @ 29 b Battersea ^ 9 Church Road, Battersea

1938 @ 58 ^ Wandsworth (Louise E)

d 1952.1 Watford @ 70

d 1952; bur North Watford Cemetery, Watford

dau    Ethel MITCHELMORE

b 1912.4 Wandsworth

d 1912.4 Wandsworth @ 0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maria died a couple of months after her youngest child was born.

 


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0015

head  John Wallis MITCHELMORE

b 1851.1 Kingsbridge

b 28Feb1851 Kingsbridge Union House, Churchstow

1851 @ 3 mo b this house ^ Kingsbridge Union House, Churchstow

1861 farm servant @ 10 b Kingsbridge ^ Pettiford Farm, Slapton; head: John SNELL, farmer

1871 servant @ 19 b Aveton Gifford ^ Coombe, Bigbury; head: John WROTH

m 1875.1 Stoke Damerel

m 22Feb1875 (John)

m 22Feb1875 Stoke Damerel: John MITCHELMORE, labourer @ 24 ^ Stoke Damerel, father Samuel MITCHELMORE, labourer; Amelia WILTON @ 21 ^ Stoke Damerel, father Richard WILTON, labourer; witnesses [brother] [Nicholas] Thomas MITCHELMORE, Elizabeth WILTON

member of the Salvation Army

1881 boilermakers assistant, HM Dockyard @ 29 b Kingsbridge ^ 91 Albert Road, Stoke Damerel

1891 boilermakers assistant @ 40 b Kingsbridge ^ 91 Albert Road, Stoke Damerel (John)

1901 boilermakers assistant @ 50 b Kingsbridge ^ 91 Albert Road, Devonport

1911 boiler maker's assistant, HM Dockyard @ 60 b Kingsbridge ^ 91 Albert Road, Devonport (John). Also in household: his grandson Leonard John RYDER

d 1937.1 Devonport @ 86 (John Wallace)

d 14Mar1937 91 Albert Road, Devonport, Plymouth: letter of administration granted 27Apr1937 London to [son] John Thomas MITCHELMORE, dockyard pensioner, estate £259 17s 2d (John Wallace) UK wills & probates

sp      Amelia WILTON

b 1854.4 Kingsbridge

m 1875.1 Stoke Damerel

m 22Feb1875 Stoke Damerel

1881 @ 26 b Modbury ^ 91 Albert Road, Stoke Damerel

1891 @ 38 b Modbury ^ 91 Albert Road, Stoke Damerel

1901 @ 48 b Modbury ^ 91 Albert Road, Devonport

1911 @ 58 b Modbury ^ 91 Albert Road, Devonport

d 1920.4 Devonport @ 67

son    John Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1876.1 Stoke Damerel

dau    Amelia Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1877.2 Stoke Damerel

1881 scholar @ 4 b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Stoke Damerel with parents (Amelia E)

1891 general servant @ 13 b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Stoke Damerel with parents (Amelia E)

m 1898.1 Stoke Damerel (Emelia)

m 27Feb1898 Register Office, Stoke Damerel, James Edward BALL

dau    Maud Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1879.2 Stoke Damerel

d 1879.4 Stoke Damerel @ 8 [mo]

bur 3Jan1880 Stoke Damerel @ 9 mo ^ 91 Albert Road

son    George Wilton MITCHELMORE

b 1880.4 Stoke Damerel

son    Alfred Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1882.4 Stoke Damerel

son    Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1884.2 Stoke Damerel

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1891.3 Stoke Damerel

1901 @ 9 b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Devonport with parents (William H)

1911 butcher @ 19 b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Devonport with parents

1939 @ 48 ^ Plymouth with brother Edward (William H)

d 1940.4 Plymouth @ 49

dau    Laura Eglantine MITCHELMORE

b 1893.2 Stoke Damerel

1901 @ 7 b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Devonport with parents (Laura E)

1911 @ 17 b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Devonport (Larua Eglitene)

d 1914.1 Devonport

 

John Wallis

John

 

John's mother was unmarried at the time of his birth, but perhaps John's father was called Samuel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, John's estate would have been equivalent to about £40,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 1971

head  Nicholas Thomas Bell MITCHELMORE

b 1857.2 Kingsbridge (MICHELMORE)

chr 20Nov1857 Churchstow (MICHELMORE)

m 1884.4 Dorchester

m 19Oct1884 Dorchester: Nicholas Thomas Bell MITCHELMORE, engineer @ 25, father Edward MITCHELMORE, farm bailiff; Sarah BELBEN @ 22; father John BELBEN

1891 sewing machine salesman @ 30 b Dartmouth ^ 45 Baring Street, Westoe [South Shields], Durham (Thomas)

1892 sewing machine agent

2Feb1886 present at death of his father-in-law John BELBEN (T MITCHELMORE) UK life events

1901 house agent @ 36 b Dartmoor ^ 21 Hyde Street, South Shields (Thomas)

31Dec1902 partnership with Thomas TINN in firm Mitchelmore & Tinn, carrying on business as House and Estate Agents at 73 King Street, South Shields, dissolved by mutual consent UK businesses

1911 house and estate agent @ 47 b Dartmouth ^ 214 Maxwell Street, South Shields (Thomas)

1914 estate agent, certified bailiff under the Law of Distress Amendment Act ^ 73 King Street, South Shields (Thomas) UK street & trade directories

d 1922.2 South Shields @ 59 (Thomas)

d 26Apr1922 214 Maxwell Street, South Shields: letter of administration granted 24Jun1922 Durham to Charles MITCHELMORE, estate agent, estate £2,052 12s 4d UK wills & probates

sp      Sarah BELBEN

(b 1865) Upway, Dorset

m 1884.4 Dorchester

m 19Oct1884 Dorchester

1891 @ 27 b Upway, Dorset ^ 45 Baring Street, Westoe

1901 @ 34 b Upway ^ 21 Hyde Street, South Shields

1911 @ 45 b Dorchester ^ 214 Maxwell Street, South Shields

d 1927.1 South Shields @ 62

dau    Harriet Blanch MITCHELMORE

b 1887.1 Dorchester

1891 @ 5  b Dorsetshire ^ South Shields (Blanch)

1901 @ 13 b Dorsetshire ^ 21 Hyde Street, South Shields with parents (Blanch)

1911 clerk, house agent's business @ 23 b Dorchester ^ 214 Maxwell Street, South Shields with parents (Blanch)

m 1915.2 Gateshead, Philip T HANSEN (Blanche H)

son Thomas Mitchelmore HANSEN

b 1919.4 South Shields (Thomas M)

b 1Oct1919

d Mar1991 South Shields

son    Alfred John Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1889.3 Bath

son    Charles Ewart MITCHELMORE

b 1892.3 South Shields

dau    Ethel MITCHELMORE

b 1898.4 South Shields

1901 @ 3 b South Shields ^ 21 Hyde Street, South Shields with parents

1911 scholar @ 12 b South Shields ^ 214 Maxwell Street, South Shields with parents

m 1931.4 Hendon, Philip GOLDEN

dau    Catherine Annie MITCHELMORE

b 1900.4 South Shields

1901 @ 7 mth b South Shields ^ 21 Hyde Street, South Shields with parents (Annie)

given Robert LAVERICK's DCM medal after his wife Hannah died

1911 at school @ 9 b South Shields ^ 214 Maxwell Street, South Shields with parents (Annie)

m 1926.4 South Shields, Norman BURNS

d Feb1999 South Shields @ 99 yr 5 mo personal communication

 

 

 

 

 

The Edward on Nicholas's marriage record was actually his stepfather, and his surname was CLARK.

 

 

Click to enlarge

King Street, South Shields

 

In relation to average earnings, Nicholas's estate would have been equivalent to about £250,000 today.

Sarah

Sarah in 1914 (with granddaughter Eleanor)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ethel & Philip GOLDEN

Ethel & Philip GOLDEN


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 1790

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1858.4 Kingsbridge

chr 23Oct1858 Strete

1861 @ 2 b Blackawton ^ Blackawton (MICHELMAN)

1871 scholar @ 12 b Blackawton ^ Corsygedol Hall, Llanddwywe Is Y Graig, Merionethshire with parents

1881 unm farmer son, agricultural labourer @ 21 b Blackawton ^ Llwyn Yn, Llanddwywe – Isgraig with parents (William)

1891 agricultural labourer @ 31 ^ Llwyn Yn, Llanddwywe Isgraig with parents

1901 farmer @ 42 b Devon ^ Llanddwywe Is Y Graig with parents (William H)

18Jun1909 ^ Llwyn Ynn Farm, Dyffryn: offered 15 trees for sale (?) UK life events

m 1910.4 Totnes

m 28Dec1910 Collaton St Mary: William Henry MICHELMORE, farmer aged 52, father William Henry MICHELMORE, farmer; Charlotte MUGFORD aged 36, father Abraham MUGFORD, labourer

1911 retired farmer @ 52 b Dartmouth ^ Claylands Cottage, Paignton (William). Also in household: his nephew William

1939 @ 81 ^ Paignton (William H)

d 1943.4 Totnes @ 85

sp      Charlotte MUGFORD

b 1875.1 Totnes

1881 scholar @ 6 b Paignton ^ Foresland, Paignton with parents

1891 domestic servant @ 16 b Paignton ^ 5 Belvidere Terrace, Paignton; head: Mary HASWELL, widow

1901 @ 26 b Paignton ^ Ridge Orchard Terrace, Paignton with sister Emma Jane and her husband Joseph FERRIS

m 1910.4 Totnes

m 28Dec1910 Collaton St Mary

1911 @ 36 b Collaton ^ Claylands Cottage, Paignton

d 1936.3 Totnes @ 61

dau    Charlotte Gwen MICHELMORE

b 1916.4 Totnes (Charlotte G)

1939 @ 23 ^ Paignton with father (Gwendoline S (Charlotte))

m 1944.1 Isle of Wight, Jack C CREESE (Charlotte G)

 


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 2248

head  Albert MITCHELMORE

b 1860.4 Kingsbridge

chr 11Nov1860 Strete

1861 @ 6 mo b Blackawton ^ Blackawton (MICHELMAN)

1871 @ 10 b Blackawton ^ Corsygedol Hall, Llanddwywe Is y Graig, Merionethshire with parents

1881 farmers son, agricultural labourer @ 17 b Blackawton ^ Llwyn Yn, Llanddwywe Isgraig with parents

m 1885.4 Dolgelly

1888 exhibited at Barmouth & Harlech Horticultural Show UK life events

1891 butcher @ 30 b Dartmouth ^ 2 Tyuckap, Dyffryn, Llanenddwyn, Merionethshire

1895 butcher ^ Dyffryn

May1897 butcher ^ Dyffryn: fined 5s for keeping a dog without a licence (MICHELMORE) UK legal documents

1898-1900 member of Llanenddwyn Parish Council, Dyffryn UK life events

1901 butcher @ 40 b Dartmouth ^ Llanenddwyn, Merionethshire

1901 butcher ^ Dyffryn (H MICHELMORE) UK street & trade directories

Sep1902 ^ Tyucha, Llanenddwyn, a dilapidated 2-room cottage in "a serious state of overcrowding" (?) UK life events

1911 butcher & green grocer @ 50 ^ Dyffryn (MICHELLMORE)

1912 butcher ^ Dyffryn UK street & trade directories

1918 greengrocer ^ Dyffryn UK street & trade directories

d 1933.2 Dolgelly @ 72

d 1933; bur Llanenddwyn, "b 1861”. Named on the same memorial: his wife Sarah and daughter Sarah Elizabeth

sp      Sarah ELLIS

(b 1860) Llanddwywe Is Y Graig

m 1885.4 Dolgelly

1891 @ 31 b Llanddwywe Is Y Graig ^ 2 Tyuckap, Dyffryn

1901 @ 41 b Dyffryn ^ Llanenddwyn

1911 @ 51 ^ Dyffryn (MICHELLMORE)

d 1931.1 Dolgelly @ 70

d 1931; bur Llanenddwyn, "b 1861”

dau    Mary Anne MICHELMORE

b 1887.1 Dolgelly

1891 @ 4 b Llanddwywe Is Y Graig, Merionethshire ^ 2 Tyuckap, Dyffryn, Llanenddwyn with parents

1901 @ 14 b Dyffryn, Merionethshire ^ Llanenddwyn with parents (Mary Ann MITCHELMORE)

1911 domestic servant @ 24 b Dyffryn, ^ Plas Gwynfryn, Llanbedr,
Merionethshire (Mary Ann MICKELMORE); head: Mary REYNOLDS, widow

m 1914.1 West Derby, John L JONES

m 191x, John Llanfer JONES personal communication

d 1930; bur Liverpool personal communication

son    William John MICHELMORE

b 1890.4 Dolgelly

dau    Laura Jane MICHELMORE

b 1892.4 Dolgelly

1901 @ 8 b Dyffryn ^ Llanenddwyn with parents (Sarah Jane MITCHELMORE)

1911 @ 18 ^ Dyffryn with parents (Leah Jamer MICHELLMORE)

m 1920.4 Dolgelly, Edward GRIFFITH (Laura J)

d 28Apr1962 @ 69; bur Llanenddwyn

dau    Catherine Alice MICHELMORE

b 1898.1 Dolgelly

dau    Sarah Elizabeth MICHELMORE

b 1900.3 Dolgelly

b 15Jun1900 Dyffryn

known as Sally

1901 @ 9 mo b Dyffryn ^ Llanenddwyn with parents (Sara Elizabeth MITCHELMORE)

9Mar1909 under 11 yr: won singing prize at Horeb Debating Society eisteddfod (Sallie) UK life events

1911 @ 10 ^ Dyffryn with parents (MICHELLMORE)

1939 @ 39 ^ Dolgelly, Merionethshire (Sarah E)

d Jan1996 De Meirionnydd

d 1996; bur Llanenddwyn, "b 1900”

dau    Margaret Janet MICHELMORE

b 1903.4 Dolgelly

b 26Oct1903 (?) UK newspaper announcements

1911 @ 7 ^ Dyffryn with parents (Margret Janet MICHELLMORE)

5May1917 member of the Dyffryn branch of the GFS: performed in the pantomime The Babes in the Wood at the Council School (Maggie) UK life events

m 1931.3 Dolgelly, David EDWARDS

d 6Apr1962 @ 58; bur Llanenddwyn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click to enlarge

Memorial to Albert & Sarah
and their daughter Sarah

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click to enlarge

Memorial to Laura & Edward

 

Click to enlarge

Memorial to Margaret & David


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 1789

head  Edward John MITCHELMORE

b 1864.4 Kingsbridge

chr 4Dec1864 Strete

1871 @ 6 b Blackawton ^ Corsygedol Hall, Llanddwywe Is Y Graig, Merionethshire with parents

1881 farmer son, agricultural labourer @ 16 b Blackawton ^ Llwyn Yn, Llanddwywe Isgraig with parents

m 1888.2 Dolgelly

m 6Jun1888 Salem Chapel, Dolgelly, Merionethshire: Edward MICHELMORE ^ Llwyn-ynn, Llanddwye-is-y-graig; Mary WILLIAMS ^ Hendre-eiran, Llaoaber UK newspaper announcements

1889-1891 labourer ^ Henborth

1891 agricultural labourer @ 25 b Dartmouth ^ Henborth Bach, Llanddwywyn, Llanddwywe Is Y Graig, Merionethshire (MICHELMORE)

1895 farmer ^ Llwynynn, Llanenddwyn, Barmouth UK street & trade directories

1901 farmer @ 36 b Devon ^ Llanddwywe Is Y Graig, Merionethshire

1911 gardener domestic @ 45 b Dartmouth ^ Llwyn Yn Talybont, Dyffryn, Barmouth (Edward MICHELMORE)

Mar1915 churchwarden, Llanenddwyn Church (Edward J) UK life events

1939 @ 84 [sic] ^ Dolgelly (Edward J MICHELMORE)

d 1949.1 Merionethshire S @ 85

bur 22Jan1949 Llanddwywe @ 85 ^ Hengarm Lodge, Tal-y-Bent

sp      Mary WILLIAMS

(b 1867) Harlech, Merionethshire

m 1888.2 Dolgelly

m 6Jun1888 Salem Chapel, Dolgelly

1891 @ 23 b Harlech ^ Henborth Bach, Llanddwywyn, Llanddwywe Is Y Graig, Merionethshire (MICHELMORE)

1901 @ 33 b Harlech ^ Llanddwywe Is Y Graig

d 1907.2 Dolgelly @ 39 (MICHELMORE)

d 4Apr1907 @ 39 ^ Llwyn-ynn, Dyffryn Ardudwy (MICHELMORE)

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1888.4 Fftestiniog

chr 17Mar1889 Llanddwywe

1891 @ 2 b Harlech ^ Henborth Bach, Llanddwywyn, Llanddwywe Is Y Graig, Merionethshire with parents (MICHELMORE)

1901 scholar @ 12 b Harlech ^ Llanddwywe Is Y Graig with grandparents (William H)

1911 cowman on farm @ 22 b Harlech ^ Claylands Cottage, Paignton with uncle William (William)

11Dec1915 farm labourer @ 28 yr 2 mo b Dyffryn, Merionethshire ^ Higher Yalberton, nr Paignton: enlisted in British Army, Private 24194 Devon Regiment British Army records

30Jun1916 discharged unfit for any military duty due to heart disease British Army records

1919 ^ Lower Yalberton, Collaton St Mary (Wm) UK street & trade directories

d 1963.1 Totnes @ 74 (William H)

dau    Mary Catherine MICHELMORE

b 1889.4 Dolgelly

chr 7Dec1890 Llanddwywe

1891 @ 1 b Llanddwywe, Merionethshire ^ Henborth Bach, Llanddwywyn, Llanddwywe Is Y Graig with parents (MICHELMORE)

1891 @ 1 ^ Dolgelly, possibly with grandparents (MICHELMAN)

1901 @ 11 b Dyffryn ^ Llanddwywe Is Y Graig with parents (Mary)

1911 @ 21 b Dyffryn ^ Llwyn Yn Talybont, Dyffryn with father

m 1920.4 Dolgelly, John HUGHES (Mary C)

dau    Jane MICHELMORE

b 1891.2 Dolgelly

chr 25Nov1891 Llanddwywe

1901 @ 10 b Dyffryn, Merionethshire ^ Llanddwywe Is Y Graig with parents

1911 maid domestic @ 19 b Dyffryn ^ Brynmair, Llanaber, Merionethshire (Jennie); head: Griffith JONES, farmer

m 1921.4 Ffestiniog, Griffith W JONES (Jennie)

son    Thomas MICHELMORE

b 1894.1 Dolgelly

d 1894.1 Dolgelly @ 0

son    David MITCHELMORE

b 1896.3 Dolgelly

son    Thomas MICHELMORE

b 1899.1 Dolgelly

dau    Charlotte MICHELMORE

b 1900.2 Dolgelly

1901 @ 1 b Dyffryn, Merionethshire ^ Llanddwywe Is Y Graig with parents

1911 @ 11 b Dyffryn ^ Llwyn Yn Talybont, Dyffryn with parents

5May1917 member of the Dyffryn branch of the GFS: performed in the operetta Flowerland at the Council School UK life events

m 1933.2 Dolgelly, John OWENS

son    Robert MICHELMORE

b 1901.4 Dolgelly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary appears to have been enumerated twice in 1891.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0913

head  William Richard MICHELMORE

b 1858.4 Totnes

1861 @ 2 b Totnes ^ 18 Moor Arches, Totnes with parents (William)

1871 general servant indoor @ 13 b Totnes ^ Bulkamore, Rattery, head: John C GIDLEY, farmer

1881 agricultural labourer @ 22 b Totnes ^ Millcross Cottage, Rattery with parents

1891 unm gardeners labourer @ 32 ^ Culverlane, Rattery with parents (William R)

m 1893.1 Totnes

m 12Jan1893 Rattery: William Richard MITCHELMORE, gardener, father William MITCHELMORE, gardener; Florence Lydia MARLEY, father David MARLEY, carpenter; witness [half brother] John MITCHELMORE

1894-1899 gardener ^ Rattery

1901 gardener domestic @ 42 b Totnes ^ Marley Lodge, Rattery (William)

1911 gardener domestic @ 52 b Totnes ^ Marley Lodge, Rattery (William)

d 1929.3 Totnes @ 70

bur 6Aug1929 Rattery @ 70 ^ Marley, South Brent

sp      Florence Lydia MARLEY

(b 1861) East Ogwell

m 1893.1 Totnes

m 12Jan1893 Rattery

1901 @ 39 b East Ogwell ^ Marley Lodge, Rattery (Florence)

1911 @ 49 b East Ogwell ^ Marley Lodge, Rattery (Florence)

1939 @ 77 ^ Totnes (Florence L)

d 1941.3 St Austell @ 79

son    George William MITCHELMORE

b 1894.2 Totnes

son    John Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1896.1 Totnes

son    Arthur Francis MITCHELMORE

b 1899.1 Totnes

 


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0898

head  John May MICHELMORE

b 1867.1 Totnes

chr 24Feb1867 Totnes

1871 @ 4 b Totnes ^ Millcross, Rattery with parents

1881 servant @ 14 b Totnes ^ Millcross Cottage, Rattery with parents

1891 agricultural labourer @ 24 b Totnes ^ Culverlane, Rattry with parents (John M)

m 1909.3 Plymouth

1911 railway ganger, Great Western Railway @ 45 b Totnes ^ Culverlane, Rattery (John). Also in household: his mother Harriet

1939 @ 73 ^ Totnes (John M)

d 1944.3 Totnes @ 77

d 2Sep1944 @ 77 UK newspaper announcements

sp      Prudence Ella MARSHALL

b 1888.4 Tavistock

b 17Sep1888

m 1909.3 Plymouth (Prudence Ellen)

1911 @ 22 b Lifton ^ Culverlane, Rattery (Prudence)

1939 @ 51 ^ Totnes (Prudence E)

d Oct1986 Torbay (Prudence Ella)

 


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0211

head  Albert MICHELMORE

b 1873.2 Totnes

chr 18Sep1873 Rattery

1881 scholar @ 7 b Rattery ^ Millcross Cottage, Rattery with parents

1891 groom servant @ 17 ^ Bigbury Rectory

1901 police constable @ 28 b Rattery ^ Shob Hill, Okehampton, boarding with William REES

1901 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Subordinate Officer, Division I, Prisons Department, without competition UK life events

m 1902.3 Crediton

m 7Aug1902 Cheriton Fitzpaine: Albert MITCHELMORE, warder @ 29 ^ Sandown, Isle of Wight, father William MICHLEMORE, gardener; Ellen ALFORD @ 22 ^ Cheriton Fitzpaine, father Richard ALFORD, labourer; witness [sister] Emily MITCHELMORE

sought relief from tuberculosis in Ventnor, Isle of Wight UK life events

1911 insurance agent @ 37 b Rattery ^ Rockport, 14 Tennyson Road, Cowes, Isle of Wight

1911 insurance agent ^ 14 Tennyson Road, Cowes, Isle of Wight UK street & trade directories

d 1923.2 Isle of Wight @ 50

sp      Ellen ALFORD

(b 1882) Devon

m 1902.3 Crediton

m 7Aug1902 Cheriton Fitzpaine

1911 @ 30 b Devon ^ Rockport, 14 Tennyson Road, Cowes, Isle of Wight

1939 @ 57 @ Cowes, Isle of Wight

d 1947.2 Isle of Wight @ 65

dau    Violet May MICHELMORE

b 1903.4 Isle of Wight

b 26Oct1903

chr 29Nov1903 Ventnor, Isle of Wight

1911 @ 7 b Ventnor ^ 7 St Catherine's Place, Ventnor (Violet); head: William COOPER, gardener domestic

m 1928.2 Isle of Wight, Joseph W BUTCHERS

d 1983.4 Isle of Wight @ 80

dau    Ivy Irene MICHELMORE

b 1905.4 Isle of Wight

chr 28Jan1906 Ventnor, Isle of Wight

1911 scholar @ 5 b Ventnor ^ Rockport, 14 Tennyson Road, Cowes, Isle of Wight with parents (Ivy I)

d 1933.1 Isle of Wight @ 27 (MICHELMON)

son    Ronald John Reginald MICHELMORE

b 1908.1 Isle of Wight

dau    Iris Mollie MICHELMORE

b 1913.3 Isle of Wight

b 5Aug1913

1939 @ 26 ^ Cowes with mother (Isis M)

m 1940.3 Isle of Wight, Stanley W MASKELL (Iris M)

d 1982.4 Isle of Wight (Iris Molly)

son    Harold Albert MICHELMORE

b 1917.1 Isle of Wight

son    Arthur Clifford MICHELMORE

b 1920.1 Isle of Wight

 

 

Click to enlarge

PC Albert

 

 

 

 

 

Click to enlarge

Ellen


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0274

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1872.2 Newton Abbot

b 4Jan1872 personal communication

known as Henry

1881 scholar @ 8 b Kingskerswell ^ Ivy Cottage, Church Road, Kingskerswell with parents (William H)

1891 carpenter apprentice @ 18 b Kingskerswell ^ 1 Springside Villas, Ipplepen (Henry); head: Albert BRYANT, builder

1901 carpenter @ 28 b Kingskerswell ^ Halling, Kent

31Jan1905 arrived Sydney NSW aboard Aorangi from Vancouver (?) New Zealand life events

11Feb1905 arrived Lyttleton NZ aboard Wimmera from Sydney (?) New Zealand life events

23Jul1906 arrived Auckland aboard Mokola from Lyttleton, departed for Sydney (H) New Zealand life events

29Jul1908 scored well in Geraldine Morris Tube Club practice (H) New Zealand life events

m 1909 Geraldine NZ personal communication

m 1909 NZ, Lillias RODMAN

1911 carpenter ^ Barker Street, Geraldine New Zealand electoral rolls

16Oct1913 elected to committee of newly formed Geraldine Bee Keepers' Association (H) New Zealand life events

1914-1919 regularly won prizes at Geraldine Horticultural Society shows New Zealand life events

1916-1919 carpenter ^ Barker Street, Geraldine: served in 2nd Division, New Zealand Defence Force New Zealand military records

1925 carpenter ^ Barker Street, Geraldine New Zealand electoral rolls

d 1946 NZ @ 74

d 4Jul1946 @ 74; bur Geraldine, "b 1872"

d 9Jul1946: apiarist ^ Geraldine; letters of administration granted to wife Lillias, estate under £1000 New Zealand legal records

sp      Lillias RODMAN

b 20Mar1879 Ayrshire, Scotland personal communication

m 1909 NZ

m 1909 Geraldine NZ personal communication

1911, 1925 maried ^ Barker Street, Geraldine New Zealand electoral rolls

1917-1944 active in Geraldine Presbyterian Church, including committee member of Ladies' Association (Mrs) ~NZLIFE

1917-1944 active in the Geraldine Horticultural Society, including committee member (Mrs) New Zealand life events

31Oct1928 elected Vice Templar of the Welcome Retreat Temperance Lodge, Geraldine (Sister) New Zealand life events

1931-1934 active in the Geraldine Women's Institute, including committee member (Mrs) New Zealand life events

1941-1944 ^ Barker Street, Geraldine (Mrs L) New Zealand military records

12May1949 widow ^ Geraldine: made will leaving her house to her daughters Mary and Faith MITCHELMORE and the residue to her children in equal shares

d 1957 NZ @ 78

d 6Nov1957; bur Geraldine

d 6Nov1957: widow ^ Geraldine; probate granted 28Nov1957 to sons Hugh and John MITCHELMORE, grocers, estate under £2000

son    John MITCHELMORE

b 11Apr1909 Geraldine

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1911 NZ

b 5Dec1911 Geraldine personal communication

1919,1926 won prizes at Geraldine District High School New Zealand life events

1924-1928 regularly won prizes at Geraldine Horticultural Society shows New Zealand life events

1946 @ 34 ^ Geraldine New Zealand legal records

d 1976 NZ

d 4Mar1976 Timaru personal communication

bur 1976 Geraldine

1976 will probated Timaru New Zealand legal records

dau    Faith MITCHELMORE

b 1914 NZ

b 25Nov1913 Geraldine personal communication

1925 attended Geraldine Presbyterian Church Sunday School New Zealand life events

1926-1927 won prizes at Geraldine District High School New Zealand life events

1928 won prize at Geraldine Horticultural Society show New Zealand life events

1946 @ 32 ^ Geraldine New Zealand legal records

d 1980 NZ

d 19Mar1980 Geraldine personal communication

bur 1980 Geraldine

1980 will probated Timaru New Zealand legal records

dau    Beatrice MITCHELMORE

b 1916 NZ

b 6Nov1915 Geraldine

known as Betty

1920-1926 attended Geraldine Presbyterian Church Sunday School (Betty) New Zealand life events

1923-1928 regularly won prizes at Geraldine District High School (Betty) New Zealand life events

1926-1930 regularly won prizes at Geraldine Horticultural Society shows (Betty) New Zealand life events

Jun1940 won competition at Women's Institute meeting (Miss B) New Zealand life events

m 2Jan1943 Geraldine, Dudley McDONALD personal communication

1946 @ 31 ^ Geraldine New Zealand legal records

d 11Mar1993 Timaru personal communication

son    Alexander MITCHELMORE

b 25Aug1917 Geraldine

son    Hugh MITCHELMORE

b 20Nov1919 Geraldine

son    Henry MITCHELMORE

b 21Sep1922 Geraldine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henry's sister Beatrice  and her husband had emigrated to New Zealand in 1903 and settled at Pareora, about 40 km from Geraldine. Lyttelton is the port of Christchurch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A photograph of William's memorial is available here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A photograph of Lillias's memorial is available here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A photograph of Mary's memorial is available here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A photograph of Faith's memorial is available here.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 2409

head  Elizabeth Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1848.4 Kingsbridge

b 14Dec1848, Sherford "daughter of labourer Charles MITCHELMORE and Mary Agnes MITCHELMORE formerly WEEKES"

chr 31Dec1848 Sherford (Elizabeth Anne)

1851 @ 2 b Sherford ^ Dernicombe Farm, Stokenham with parents (Elizabeth Ann STONE)

1861 servant @ 12 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham; head: William WAKEHAM

1871 servant @ 22 b Sherford ^ Chillington with parents

m 1878.1 Kingsbridge

m 23Mar1878 Stokenham: Nicholas FRIEND, labourer @ 21 ^ Chillington, father William FRIEND, lime burner; Elizabeth Ann MITCHELMORE @ 29 ^ Chillington, father Charles MITCHELMORE, labourer; witness [sister] Sarah MITCHELMORE

1881 @ 32 b Sherford ^ Carey's Cottage, Stokenham

1891 @ 42 b Sherford ^ Chillington Cottage, Stokenham (Elizabeth A)

dau    Kate MITCHELMORE

b 1870.4 Kingsbridge

b 18Sep1870 Chillington, Stokenham, "daughter of Elizabeth Ann MITCHELMORE" [no father named]

1871 @ 1 mo b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with mother and grandparents (Cate)

chr 20Feb1876 Stokenham ^ Chillington, "daughter of Elizabeth" (MICHELMORE)

1881 scholar @ 10 b Stokenham ^ Carey’s Cottage, Stokenham with mother and stepfather

m 1890.4 Kingsbridge

m 23Nov1890 Kingsbridge, William Henry WELLINGTON personal communication

1891 @ 20 b Sherford ^ Tanpitts, Stokenham

1906 ^ Stokenham

dau Phyllis Mary Mitchelmore WELLINGTON

b 1906.1 Kingsbridge (Phyllis Mary M)

chr 7Jan1906 Stokenham

m 1930.1 Totnes, Ernest W COOK (Phyllis M M)

d 1938.4 Totnes @ 33

sp      Nicholas FRIEND

(b 1855) Dodbrooke

m 1878.1 Kingsbridge

m 23Mar1878 Stokenham

1881 agricultural labourer @ 25 b Dodbrooke ^ Carey's Cottage, Stokenham

1891 farm labourer @ 34 b Dodbrook ^ Chillington Cottage, Stokenham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The baptism register states that Kate was born on 8Sep1871, which is clearly incorrect.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0158

head  Robert Mitchell MITCHELMORE

b 1850.3 Kingsbridge

b 17Sep1850 Frittiscombe, Stokenham, "son of Charles MITCHELMORE, labourer, and Mary MITCHELMORE formerly WEEKS"

chr 29Sep1850 Stokenham ^ Frittiscombe (Robert Michel STONE)

1851 @ 8 mo b Stokenham ^ Dernicombe Farm, Stokenham with parents (Robert STONE)

1861 cow boy @ 10 b Stokenham ^ Deanscombe Farm House (Robert); head: John PAIGE, farmer

1871 farm servant indoor @ 20 b Stokenham ^ Coleney? House, Stokenham (Robert); head: John ALLEN magistrate, farmer

m 1877.1 Kingsbridge (MICHELMORE)

m 10Mar1877 Stokenham: Robert Henry MITCHELMORE, labourer @ 27 ^ Chillington, father Charles MITCHELMORE, labourer; Eliza PIKE @ 27 ^ Beesands, father James PIKE, tanner

1877 labourer ^ Beesands

1878-1892 labourer ^ Sherford

30Sep1879 sentenced to 1 month in Exeter prison for stealing 2 fowls; released 29Oct1879 UK legal documents

1881 agricultural labourer @ 30 b Stokenham ^ Sherford (Robert M). Also in household: his wife's son Edmund PIKE @ 7 b Ivybridge

1882 Robert Mitchell MITCHELMORE

1891 agricultural labourer @ 40 b Stokenham ^ Sherford (Robert M)

1901 horse man on farm @ 50 b Stokenham ^ Farley Cottage, Diptford (Robert M)

1911 farm labourer @ 62 d Stokenham ^ Cosey Corner, Stoke Fleming (Robert Mitchel)

d 1911.2 Kingsbridge @ 60

d 19May1911 Stoke Fleming @ 60 (Robert Mitchel)

sp      Eliza PIKE

b 1850.1 Plymouth

m 1877.1 Kingsbridge

m 10Mar1877 Stokenham @ 27

1881 @ 31 b Plymouth ^ Sherford

1891 @ 40 b Plymouth ^ Sherford

1901 @ 51 b Plymouth ^ Farley Cottage, Diptford

1911 @ 60 d Plymouth ^ Cosey Corner, Stoke Fleming

d 1921.1 Kingsbridge @ 71

d 4May1921 @ 71; bur Stoke Fleming

dau    Elizabeth Ellen MITCHELMORE

chr 29Apr1877 Stokenham

1881 scholar @ 4 b Stokenham ^ Sherford with parents (Elizabeth E)

1894 Sherford: banns read for Thomas TUCKER and Elizabeth Ellen MITCHELMORE

m 1894.2 Kingsbridge

m 15Apr1894 Sherford: Thomas TUCKER, labourer @ 21 ^ Sherford, father William TUCKER, labourer; Elizabeth Ellen MITCHELMORE @ 17 ^ Sherford, father Robert MITCHELMORE, labourer; witnesses [father] Robert MITCHELMORE, Susan Maria TUCKER

son    John Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1878.3 Kingsbridge

chr 27Oct1878 Sherford

d 1880.2 Kingsbridge @ 20 [mo]

bur 10May1880 Sherford @ 20 mo

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1880.3 Kingsbridge

dau    Alice Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1882.1 Kingsbridge

b 4Oct1882 Sherford, "daughter of Robert Mitchell MITCHELMORE and Eliza MITCHELMORE formerly PIKE"

chr 12Mar1882 Sherford

1891 scholar @ 9 b Sherford ^ Sherford with parents (Alice)

1901 housemaid domestic @ 19 b Sherford ^ The Fawns, Ermington (Alice F); head: William J CRAIG, Congregational Minister

m1 1905.2 Isle of Wight

m1 24Jun1905 Wesleyan Chapel, Sandown, Isle of Wight, George HUNT (Alice Fenza)

m2 5Feb1921 Register Office, Totnes, John Henry TUCKER (Alice Fenza)

d 1960.2 Eastbourne @ 78

d 5Apr1960 St Mary's Hospital, Eastbourne personal communication

bur 1960 Harlington, Middlesex personal communication

dau    Bessie Maud Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1883.4 Kingsbridge

chr 13Jan1884 Stokenham

1891 scholar @ 7 b Stokenham ^ Sherford with parents (Maud)

m 1904.4 Kingsbridge (Bessie Maude M)

m 12Oct1904 East Allington: Albert John PITTS, labourer, father John PITTS, labourer; Bessie Maude Mary MITCHELMORE ^ East Allington, father Robert MITCHELMORE, labourer; witnesses Anna Amelia PITTS, [brother] William Henry MITCHELMORE

bur 4Dec1946 Dartmouth St Clement

son    Walter Weeks MITCHELMORE

b 1885.3 Kingsbridge

son    Oliver Frank MICHELMORE

b 1888.1 Kingsbridge

chr 19Feb1888 Sherford

d 1889.1 Kingsbridge @ 13 [mo]

bur 21Feb1889 Sherford @ 13 mo

dau    Ethel Fenzalow MITCHELMORE

b 1890.1 Kingsbridge

chr 20Feb1890 Sherford

1891 @ 1 b Sherford ^ Sherford with parents (Ethel)

1901 @ 10 b Kingsbridge ^ Farley Cottage, Diptford with parents (Ethel F)

m 1914.4 N Witchford, Thomas H BELL (Ethel F)

son    Charles Alfred MITCHELMORE

b 1892.3 Kingsbridge

 

 

 

 

The baptism register contains the note "commonly called STONE, true name MICHELMORE”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Witness Anna Amelia PITTS was Bessie's husband's younger sister. She married George [Tree 13] in East Allington in 1914.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0002

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1852.4 Kingsbridge

chr 27Jun1852 Stokenham, "son of Charles and Mary STONE of Frittiscombe"

1861 scholar @ 9 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents

m 1874.1 Plymouth

m 15Mar1874 Plymouth personal communication

1877 constable ^ 64 Well Street, Plymouth

1881 police officer @ 28 b Stokenham^ 45 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew (William H)

1883-1890 policeman ^ 6 Well Street

1886-1888 ^ 6 Well Street, Plymouth UK street & trade directories

1891 police constable @ 38 b Stokenham ^ 6 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew

1893 sergeant, Plymouth borough police ^ Guildhall, Plymouth (W) UK street & trade directories

1893 police sergeant ^ 17 Morley Place, Plymouth

1895 police sergeant ^ Central Police Station, Catherine Street, Plymouth (W MICHELMORE) UK street & trade directories

1898 ^ 17 Morly Place, Plymouth British Army records

1901 police pensioner @ 48 b Stokenham ^ 17 Morley Place, Plymouth (William H MITCHLEMORE)

d 1901.2 Plymouth @ 49

d 16Jun1901 Plymouth@ 49, "late sergeant of the Plymouth police force" UK newspaper announcements

sp      Caroline Reeves MITCHELMORE [Tree 05]

b 1849.1 Kingsbridge (Caroline R)

b 25Jan1849 North Pool, South Pool, "daughter of labourer John MITCHELMORE and Ann MITCHELMORE formerly COASE"

also known as Kate or Catherine

chr 11Jul1849 South Pool

1851 @ 2 b South Pool ^ North Pool, South Pool (Catherine)

1861 servant @ 11 b South Pool ^ Homefield House, Sherford; head: Aaron HONEYWILL, farmer

1871 unm general servant @ 22 b South Pool ^ South Pool Village (Caroline R MITCHAMORE); head: Richard D ALEXANDER, rector of South Pool

m 1874.1 Plymouth (Catherine)

m [15Mar1874] Plymouth (Caroline)

1881 @ 31 b Poole ^ 45 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew (Catherine R)

1891 @ 42 b South Pool ^ 6 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew (Catherine)

1901 @ 52 b South Pool ^ 17 Morley Place, Plymouth (Catherine R MITCHLEMORE)

1911 charring @ 62 b South Pool ^ 36 Morley Place, Plymouth

d 1939.1 Plymouth @ 90

d 11Jan1939 Plymouth personal communication

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1872.4 Kingsbridge

dau    Catherine Reeves MITCHELMORE

b 1875.1 Plymouth

b 22Dec1874 Plymouth, "daughter of police constable William Henry MITCHELMORE and Catherine Reeves MITCHELMORE formerly MITCHELMORE"

chr 12Sep1875 South Pool

1881 scholar @ 6 b Plymouth^ 45 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew with parents (Catherine R)

1891 general servant domestic @ 17 ^ 11 Torrington Place, Plymouth Charles (Catherine); head: Charles DEWITT, tea-merchant

m 1899.3 Plymouth

m 5Aug1899 Plymouth Christ Church: Charles George Hoskin SMALE, painter @ 27 ^ 1 Higher York Place, father William Richard SMALE, carpenter; Catherine Reeves MITCHELMORE @ 24 ^ 17 Morley Place, father William MITCHELMORE, sergeant of police; witness William Henry MITCHELMORE

1901 @ 26 b Plymouth ^ Plymouth

son    John Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1876.2 Plymouth

b 19Mar1876 Plymouth, "son of William Henry MITCHELMORE, labourer, and Catherine [sic] MITCHELMORE formerly MITCHELMORE"

chr 8Sep1876 Plymouth Holy Trinity

d 1876.4 Plymouth @ 7 [mo]

son    Charles Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1877.3 Plymouth

dau    Alice Maud MITCHELMORE

b 1879.4 Plymouth

b 18Oct1879 45 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew, "daughter of policeman William Henry MITCHELMORE and Catherine MITCHELMORE formerly MITCHELMORE"

1881 @ 1 ^ 45 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew with parents (Alice M)

1891 @ 11 b Plymouth ^ 6 Well Street, St Andrew with parents (Alice M)

1901 servant domestic @ 21 b Plymouth ^ 14 Caprina Terrace, Plymouth (Alice Maude)

1911 domestic servant @ 31 b Plymouth ^ 8 Saltram Place, Plymouth; head: Margery SNOWDON, dealer (Maude)

1939 @ 57 ^ Plymouth with William [Tree 11]

d 1958.1 Plymouth @ 75

son    Alphaeus MITCHELMORE

b 1881.3 Plymouth

son    George Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1883.4 Plymouth

dau    Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1885.4 Plymouth

b 5Nov1885, 6 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew, "daughter of borough policeman William Henry MITCHELMORE and Kate MITCHELMORE formerly MITCHELMORE"

chr 1Dec1885 Plymouth All Saints

1891 @ 5 b Plymouth ^ 6 Well Street, St Andrew with parents

1901 general domestic servant @ 15 b Plymouth ^ 50 Torrington Place, Plymouth; head: Mary A J LEWIN

1911 general servant domestic @ 24 b Plymouth ^ 18 Abingdon Road, Plymouth; head: Herbert SCOTT, silver and general metal engraver

m 1917.3 Leicester, John BOTT

son    James Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1888.1 Plymouth

son    Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1889.4 Plymouth

b 15Nov1889, 6 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew, "son of William Henry MITCHELMORE, borough police constable and Kate MITCHELMORE formerly MITCHELMORE"

chr 10Jan1890 Plymouth All Saints

1891 @ 1 b Plymouth ^ 6 Well Street, St Andrew with parents

1901 @ 11 b Plymouth ^ 17 Morley Place, Plymouth with parents

1911 printer @ 21 b Plymouth ^ 36 Morley Place, Plymouth with mother

1939 @ 50 ^ Plymouth

d 1960.1 Plymouth @ 70

dau    Edith Joan MITCHELMORE

b 1890.4 Plymouth (Edith)

b 20Oct1890 6 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew, "daughter of borough police constable William Henry MITCHELMORE and Kate MITCHELMORE formerly MITCHELMORE"

chr 18Nov1890 Plymouth All Saints(Edith MITCHELL-MORE)

1891 @ 5 mo b Plymouth ^ 6 Well Street, St Andrew with parents (Edith)

1901 @ 10 b Plymouth ^ 17 Morley Place, Plymouth with parents (Edith)

1911 third kitchenmaid @ 18 b Plymouth ^ Lockyer Hotel, Plymouth (Edith)

1911 domestic servant @ 20 b Plymouth ^ 36 Morley Place, Plymouth with mother (Edith)

m 1919.3 Plymouth, James H BUNT (Edith)

m 7Jul1919 Plymouth Christ Church, James Henry BUNT (Edith)

d 12May1981 Plymouth personal communication

dau    Sarah MITCHELMORE

b 1893.1 Plymouth

b 10Dec1892 17 Morley Place, Plymouth St Andrew, "daughter of borough police sergeant William Henry MITCHELMORE and Kate MITCHELMORE formerly MITCHELMORE"

chr Feb1893 Plymouth All Saints

1901 @ 8 b Plymouth ^ 17 Morley Place, Plymouth with parents

m 1915.4 Plymouth, William H JANE

m 27Oct1915 Plymouth Christ Church, William Henry JANE

d 1975 personal communication

 

 

 

The baptism register contains the note "commonly called STONE, true name MICHELMORE".

 

 

 

 

William’s brother Edward was living a couple of houses from him in 1884.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Catherine was baptised at the same ceremony as her brother William.

 

Catherine

Catherine

 

The baptism register states that John was born on 15Aug1876, but this is clearly an error.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edith

Edith

 

Edith appears to have been enumerated twice in 1911.

 

 

Sarah

Sarah


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0021

head  Richard John MITCHELMORE

b 1854.2 Kingsbridge

b 27Mar1854 Chillington, Stokenham, "son of Charles MITCHELMORE, labourer, and Mary MITCHELMORE formerly WEEKS"

known as John

chr 16Apr1854, "son of Charles and Mary STONE of Chillington"

1861 scholar @ 7 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (John Richard)

m1 1877.2 Newton Abbot (John Henry)

1878 coachman ^ Dartmouth St Petrox

1881 "groom (8/-)" @ 26 b Chillington ^ Newcomin Road, Dartmouth (John)

1883 coachman ^ Newcomin Road, Dartmouth St Petrox

1891 groom, married @ 41 b Chilton ^ Treewarren, Butter Hill, St Ishmaels, Pembrokeshire

m2 1892.4 Haverfordwest (John MITCHMORE)

1901 coachman @ 48 b Stokenham ^ Pembroke St Mary (John MITCHEMORE)

d 1901.4 Pembroke @ 49 (Henry MITCHEMORE)

bur 18Nov1901 Llanion Cemetery, Pembroke Dock (Henry MITCHEMORE)

sp1    Sarah Lambert Parnell HEATH

b 1857.2 Plymouth

b 3May1857

chr 1Jan1858 Plymouth St Andrew, "mother Mary Ann ^ Hill Street (illegitimate)"

1871 @ 12 b Plymouth ^ Dartmouth St Saviour with mother, now Mary WALTERS (Sarah L)

29Jan1876 machinist ^ Higher Street, Dartmouth

m 1877.2 Newton Abbot (Sarah Lambert P)

1881 @ 23 b Plymouth ^ Newcomin Road, Dartmouth

son    Hector Charles Gorwin Parnell MITCHELMORE

b 9Oct1875 Dartmouth (HEATH)

29Jan1876 vaccinated against smallpox

1881 @ 5 b Dartmouth ^ Newcomin Road, Dartmouth with parents (Hector)

chr 4Jul1883 Dartmouth St Petrox

1891 moulder iron and brass @ 15 b Dartmouth ^ Above Town, Dartmouth with widowed grandmother Mary Ann WALTERS (Hector)

1901 coal porter above ground @ 25 b Dartmouth ^ Croters Hill, Dartmouth, boarding with Frederick PURDY (Hector P)

20Aug1915 coal lumper @ 42 yr 2 mo ^ 2 Victoria Place, Dartmouth with sister Vera: enlisted in British Army, Private 116994/292415 Labour Corps, Royal Engineers (Hector)  British Army records

1919 awarded 1914-15 Star, British War and Victory medals (Hector)  British Army records

1939 ^ 2 Victoria Place, Dartmouth (Hector) UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 64 ^ Dartmouth (Hector C S P)

d 1956.4 Newton Abbot @ 80 (Hector Gorwin Charles Sydney)

son    John Wallis Parnell MITCHELMORE

(b 1877)

d 1877.2 Totnes @ 0

dau    Vera Parnell MITCHELMORE

b 1878.2 Totnes

chr 26May1878 Dartmouth St Petrox (Verah Parnel)

chr 4Jul1883 Dartmouth St Petrox

1891 @ 12 b Dartmouth ^ Above Town, Dartmouth with widowed grandmother Mary Ann WALTERS (Vera)

m 1900.3 Totnes, Nicholas John WIDDICOMBE

1901 @ 22 b Dartmouth ^ Dartmouth (Vera P)

1915 ^ 2 Victoria Place, Dartmouth

son    Charles Lionel Bickford MITCHELMORE

b 1879.2 Totnes

son    William Adams Ball Warren MITCHELMORE

b 1881.1 Totnes

1881 @ 3 mo b Dartmouth ^ Newcomin Road, Dartmouth with parents (William)

d 1881.4 Totnes @ 11 [mo]

bur 14Nov1881 Dartmouth St Petrox @ 11 mo (William A B W)

son    William Ball Adams Heath MITCHELMORE

b 1882.4 Totnes

son    John Leslie Archer MITCHELMORE

b 1884.1 Totnes

1891 scholar @ 6 b Dartmouth ^ Above Town, Dartmouth with widowed grandmother Mary Ann WALTERS (Archie)

1901 office boy @ 16 b Dartmouth ^ Lake Street, Dartmouth with cousin Harriet OSBORNE (Archie)

11Dec1915 labourer, lighterman @ 29 yr 11 mo ^ Victoria Place, Victoria Road, Dartmouth with sister Vera: enlisted in British Army, sapper 150204/502031 Inland Water Transport, Royal Engineers (John Leslie Archie)  British Army records

1919 sapper 150204/502031 Royal Engineers: awarded British War and Victory medals (John L A) British Army records

d 1923.2 Totnes @ 37 (John Leslie Archie)

d 8Apr1923 @ 37; bur Dartmouth St Clement (Archie)

sp2    Charlotte FRANCIS

(b 1860) Narberth, Pembrokeshire

1891 domestic servant @ 33 b Landshipping, Pembrokeshire ^ Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire

m1 1892.4 Haverfordwest, MITCHMORE

1901 @ 40 b Narberth ^ Pembroke St Mary

m2 1906.2 Pembroke, Alfred BRICE (MITCHEMORE)

1911 @ 50 b Templeton, Pembrokeshire ^ 18 Meyrick Street, Pembroke Dock

d 1934.4 Pembroke @ 74

dau    Mary Ann MICHMORE

b 1901.1 Pembroke

d 1901.1 Pembroke @ 0

bur 5Feb1901 Llanion Cemetery, Pembroke Dock (MITCHEMORE)

 

 

 

 

 

The baptism register contains the note "commonly called STONE, true name MICHELMORE”.

 

 

 

It would appear that John and his first wife separated (or she died) some time after 1884, leaving his five children with his wife's mother in Dartmouth.

 

It is not known why John’s name was changed to Henry on his death and burial records. There is no known Henry who fits the data.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hector, Vera, Charles and William were all baptised at the same ceremony.

The register gives Hector's birth date as 9Oct1876.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is not known why Vera was baptised twice. The first baptism entry does not give a birth date, but the second records it as 14May1879.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0072

head  Edward MITCHELMORE

b 5Jun1858 Frittiscombe, Stokenham, "son of agricultural labourer Charles Stone MITCHELMORE and Mary Agnes MITCHELMORE formerly WEEKS"

chr 17Oct1858 Stokenham, "son of Charles and Mary STONE of Frittiscombe"

1861 @ 3 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents

1871 farm servant indoor @ 13 b Stokenham ^ Malston Cottage, Barton Farm; head: John FAIRWEATHER, farmer

m 1879.2 Newton Abbot

1881 farm labourer @ 23 b Chillington ^ West Hill, St Marychurch (MICHELMORE)

1884 labourer ^ 14 Well Street, Plymouth

1889 ^ 5 St Mary Street, East Stonehouse

1890 ^ 5 Regent Buildings, St Mary Street, East Stonehouse

1891 stableman @ 33 b Kingsbridge ^ 5 Regent Buildings, St Mary Street, East Stonehouse (MICHELMORE)

d 1897.3 East Stonehouse @ 39

sp      Mary Jane LAKEMAN

b 1860.4 Newton Abbot

(b 1860) Netherton

1861 @ 0 ^ Cottage, Combeinteignhead with parents John and Ann

1871 @ 10 ^ Cottage, Combeinteignhead with parents John and Ann

m1 1879.2 Newton Abbot, MITCHELMORE (Mary Ann)

1881 @ 20 b Netherton ^ West Hill, St Marychurch (Mary MICHELMORE)

1891 @ 30 b Newton Abbot ^ 5 Regent Buildings, St Mary Street, East Stonehouse (MICHELMORE)

m2 1898.1 Stoke Damerel, Thomas WHITE

1901 @ 40 b Netherton ^ 63 Union Place, East Stonehouse (Mary J)

1905 ^ 63 Union Place, Stonehouse (Mary) British Army records

1911 @ 50 ^ 5 Adelaide Place, East Stonehouse

d 1913.2 East Stonehouse @ 52

dau    Mary Ann MITCHELMORE

b 1879.3 Newton Abbot

1881 @ 1 b St Marychurch ^ West Hill, St Marychurch with parents

1891 scholar @ 11 b Torquay ^ 5 Regent Buildings, St Mary Street, East Stonehouse with parents

dau    Florence Emily MITCHELMORE

b 1880.4 Newton Abbot

1881 @ 5 mo b St Marychurch ^ West Hill, St Marychurch with parents

1891 scholar @ 10 b Torquay ^ 5 Regent Buildings, St Mary Street, East Stonehouse with parents (Florence)

1901 @ 20 b Torquay ^ 63 Union Place, East Stonehouse with mother and stepfather (Florence)

1911 general servant domestic @ 30 b Torquay ^ 1 Adelaide Place, East Stonehouse; head: Robert DAMERELL, publican

1927 ^ 50 Rendle Street, Plymouth (Florence) UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 59 ^ Plymouth (Florence E)

d 1942.1 Okehampton @ 61

d 9Mar1942 1 Castle Walk, Okehampton: spinster ^ 50 Rendle Street, Plymouth; probate granted 25Aug1943 Llandudno to Alfred Charles STIDWELL, fruit merchant, and Edna Irene JONES (wife of Sydney Ernest JONES), estate £53 19s 7d UK wills & probates

dau    Beatrice Maud MITCHELMORE

b 1882.4 Newton Abbot

1891 scholar @ 8 b Torquay ^ 5 Regent Buildings, St Mary Street, East Stonehouse with parents (Beatrice)

1901 general servant domestic @ 20 b Torquay ^ 39 Union Street, East Stonehouse (Beatrice); head: Sarah S BREWER

m 1906.1 East Stonehouse

m 26Feb1906 St Matthew, Stonehouse: Ernest Albert EDGCUMBE, cab proprietor @ 22 ^ 36 King Gardens, father Henry EDGCUMBE, storehouseman; Beatrice Maud MITCHELMORE @ 23 ^ 63 Union Place, father Edward MITCHELMORE deceased, horse dealer

dau    Catherine MITCHELMORE

b 1884.3 Plymouth

b 18Aug1884

chr 24Aug1884 Plymouth All Saints (Caroline MICHAELMORE)

d 1884.4 Plymouth @ 3 [mo]

dau    Eveline Bessie MITCHELMORE

b 1885.4 Plymouth

b 27Oct1885

chr 1Dec1885 Plymouth All Saints (Evelyn Bessie)

1891 scholar @ 5 b Torquay ^ 5 Regent Buildings, St Mary Street, East Stonehouse with parents (Eveline)

d 1893.4 East Stonehouse @ 8 (Evaline)

son    Edward Charles John MITCHELMORE

b 1887.1 East Stonehouse

1891 scholar @ 4 b East Stonehouse ^ 5 Regent Buildings, St Mary Street, East Stonehouse with parents (Edward)

23Dec1899 labourer @ 12 ^ East Stonehouse: admitted to Devon County Lunatic Asylum, Exminster UK life events

1901 horseman on farm, patient @ 16 b [not stated] ^ District County Lunatic Asylum, Exminster (Edward)

d 1905.3 St Thomas @ 18 (Edward)

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1888.4 East Stonehouse

b 26Aug1888

chr 15Oct1888 Plymouth St Matthew

d 1888.4 East Stonehouse @ 1 [mo]

son    Silvanus Emmanuel MITCHELMORE

b 1889.4 East Stonehouse

dau    Kate MITCHELMORE

b 1891.3 East Stonehouse

d 1892.4 East Stonehouse @ 17 [mo]

son    Charles Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1893.1 East Stonehouse

d 1894.1 East Stonehouse @ 11 [mo] (Charles)

dau    Edith Kate MITCHELMORE

b 1895.4 East Stonehouse

1901 @ 5 b Stonehouse ^ 63 Union Place, East Stonehouse with mother and stepfather (Edith)

1911 apprentice @ 15 b Stonehouse ^ 5 Adelaide Place, East Stonehouse with mother (Edith)

m 1921.1 Plymouth, Ernest G BROWN (Edith K)

m 2Mar1921 Plymouth St Mary Cattedown, Ernest George BROWN

28Apr1922 unm domestic @ 28 ^ 21 Waterloo Street, East Stonehouse: departed Liverpool aboard Minnedosa for Montreal QC (Miss E MITCHELMORE) UK shipping & migration

28Apr1922 unm printer’s assistant @ 28 b Stonehouse, Plymouth: departed England for Quebec QC to visit sister, uncle and aunt, Mr & Mrs J BENNETTS, Vancouver BC; currently residing with brother-in-law and sister Mr & Mrs PRIMMER ^ 21 Waterloo Street, East Stonehouse (MITCHELMORE) North American shipping

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1884, Edward was living a couple of houses from his brother William.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The marriage registration index does not list a marriage for Mary Jane on the same page as Edward. But neither of the two women listed there (Mary Ann FLAY and Bessie BURROWS) fits the available data on Edward's wife; in particular, all his children were registered with mother's maiden name LAKEMAN. It must be concluded that there is an error in the marriage index.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Florence's estate would have been equivalent to about £7,000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It has not been possible to identify which sister Edith was visiting in 1922 or who her uncle and aunt or her sister and brother-in-law were, nor why she used her maiden name.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0265

head  James MITCHELMORE

b 1861.1 Kingsbridge

b 15Feb1861 Stokenham, "son of agricultural labourer Charles MITCHELMORE and Mary MITCHELMORE formerly WEEKS"

chr 31Mar1861 Stokenham ^ Frittiscombe

1861 @ 1 mo b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents

1871 scholar @ 10 b Stokenham ^ Chillington with parents

1881 unm agricultural labourer @ 19 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents

m1 1882.1 Kingsbridge

m1 8Jan1882 Stokenham: James MITCHELMORE, labourer @ 20 ^ Chillington, father Charles MITCHELMORE, labourer; Susan RUNDLE @ 24 ^ Coleridge, father William RUNDLE, labourer; witness Mary RUNDLE

1884 ^ Chillington

1891 farm labourer @ 30 ^ Cottage, Chillington, Stokenham

m2 1895.2 Kingsbridge

m2 2May1895 Stokenham: James MITCHELMORE, widower, labourer @ 34 ^ Chillington, father Charles MITCHELMORE, labourer; Hannah Kelland Randall PEPPERELL, widow @ 34 ^ Chillington, father Henry BASWELL, labourer

1895-1904 labourer ^ Chillington

1901 horseman on farm @ 40 ^ Chillington, Stokenham

1911 agricultural farm labourer @ 50 b Stokenham ^ Chillington

d 1938.2 Kingsbridge @ 77

d 6May1938 @ 77; bur Stokenham. Named on same memorial: his second wife Hannah

sp1    Susan Sarah RUNDLE

b 1858.2 Kinsbridge

1881 dressmaker @ 22 b Dodbrooke ^ Fore Street, Kingsbridge with cousin William ELLWOOD, master mariner (Susan)

son James Arthur Mitchelmore RUNDLE

b 1882.1 Kingsbridge (James Arthur M)

(b Dec1881)

chr 7Dec1881 Stokenham

d 1882.1 Kingsbridge @ 0 (James Arthur M RENDLE)

bur 28Mar1882 Sherford @ 4 mo ^ Chillington (RENDLE)

m 1882.1 Kingsbridge

m 8Jan1882 Stokenham

1891 @ 32 b Sherford ^ Cottage, Chillington, Stokenham

d 1893.2 Kingsbridge @ 35

bur 10Jun1893 Stokenham @ 35 ^ Chillington

dau    Florence Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1883.1 Kingsbridge

chr 5Feb1884 Stokenham ^ Chillington

d 1884.1 Kingsbridge @ 13 [mo]

bur 10Feb1884 Sherford @ 13 mo ^ Chillington

dau    Hannah MITCHELMORE

b 1883.4 Kingsbridge

d 1883.4 Kingsbridge @ 0

son    James Arthur MITCHELMORE

b 1884.4 Kingsbridge

d 1884.4 Kingsbridge @ 0

bur 5Nov1884 Sherford @ 8 dy ^ Chillington

sp2    Hannah Kelland Randall BASKWELL

(b 1860) Stokenham

m1 1883.2 Kingsbridge, Samuel PEPPERELL (Hannah Kellong R BASKWILL)

m2 1895.2 Kingsbridge

m2 2May1895 Stokenham, MITCHELMORE

1901 @ 39 b Stokenham ^ Chillington, Stokenham (Hannah K R)

1911 @ 49 b Chillington ^ Chillington (Hannah)

1939 @ 73 ^ Kingsbridge with daughter Alice (Hannah K R)

d 1952.4 Kingsbridge @ 90

d 21Dec1952; bur Stokenham @ 90 (Anna K)

son    Arthur Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1895.3 Kingsbridge

dau    Phoebe Madeline MITCHELMORE

b 1896.4 Kingsbridge

chr 4Apr1897 Stokenham

1901 @ 4 b Stokenham ^ Chillington, Stokenham with parents (Phoebe)

1911 domestic servant @ 15 b Chillington ^ 16 Golders Gardens, Golders Green (Phoebe); head: Harold LAWSON, solicitor

m 1922.3 Barnet, Arthur W TRIMMER

son    Harold James MITCHELMORE

b 1898.1 Kingsbridge

dau    Gladys May MITCHELMORE

b 1900.3 Kingsbridge

chr 7Oct1900 Stokenham

1901 @ 1 mo b Stokenham ^ Chillington, Stokenham with parents (Gladys M)

1911 scholar @ 10 b Chillington ^ Chillington with parents (Gladys)

m 1923.1 Edmonton, Stanley ASHLEY (Gladys)

son    Cyril Emmanuel MITCHELMORE

b 1904.3 Kingsbridge

dau    Alice Mary MICHELMORE

b 1907.1 Kingsbridge

chr 7Apr1907 Stokenham

1911 @ 4 b Chillington ^ Chillington with parents (Alice)

1930 Stokenham: 3rd banns read 7 Dec for Herbert HUTCHINGS and Alice MICHELMORE, spinster ^ Stokenham

m 1930.4 Kingsbridge

1939 @ 32 ^ Kingsbridge (Alice M)

 


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0264

head  Emma Jane MITCHELMORE

b 1864.3 Kingsbridge

b 24May1864 Chillington, Stokenham, "daughter of farm labourer Charles Stone MITCHELMORE and Mary MITCHELMORE formerly WEEKS"

chr 14Apr1865 Stokenham

1871 scholar @ 6 b Stokenham ^ Chillington with parents (Emma J)

1881 servant @ 16 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents

m 1883.4 Kingsbridge

m 25Dec1883 Stokenham: George Edwin KELLOND, labourer ^ Chillington, father William KELLAND, labourer; Emma Jane MITCHELMORE @ 19 ^ Chillington, father Charles Stone MITCHELMORE, labourer

1885 ^ Chillington

1891 @ 26 b Stokenham ^ Cottage, Stokenham

d 29Oct1940 @ 76; bur Stokenham (KELLAND)

d 29Oct1940 Underwood House, Plympton St Mary: probate granted 10Feb1941 Exeter to Lottie Louise COOKE,  widow, and Francis Arthur HODGES, licensed reader; widow ^ 1 Marion Cottages, Stokenham, estate £120 10s 1d UK wills & probates

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1880.2 Kingsbridge

sp      George Edwin KELLOND

b Jun1865 Kingsbridge

m 1883.4 Kingsbridge

m [25Dec1883] Stokenham

1891 farm labourer @ 26 b Charleton

d 21Aug1938 @ 78; bur Stokenham

 

 

 

 

 

Emma was baptised at the same ceremony as her sister Sarah.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Emma's estate would have been equivalent to about £16,000 today.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0341

head  Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1866.2 Kingsbridge

b 3Mar1866 Chillington, Stokenham, "son of farm labourer Charles MITCHELMORE and Mary MITCHELMORE formerly WEEKS"

chr 29Mar1866 Stokenham ^ Chillington

1871 @ 4 b Stokenham ^ Chillington with parents

1881 agricultural labourer @ 15 b Stokenham with parents

1891 shoemaker @ 25 ^ Cottage, Chillington with parents

m1 1892.4 Kingsbridge

m1 [25Nov1892] Kingsbridge, Selina STUMBLES

1893 bootmaker ^ Stokenham

1901 innkeeper @ 35 b Ermington ^ Tradesman's Arms, Stokenham

1902 innkeeper & bootmaker ^ Tradesman's Arms, Stokenham UK street & trade directories

1911 publican and boot maker @ 46 b Ford, South Pool ^ Tradesman's Arms, Stokenham

1914, 1919 innkeeper ^ Tradesman's Arms, Stokenham UK street & trade directories

m2 1923.3 Plymouth, DOWNING

m2 6Sep1923 Plymouth St Gabriel

d 1930.1 Kingsbridge @ 63

d 14Jan1930; bur Stokenham @ 63

d 14Jan1930 The Tradesmans Arms, Stokenham: probate granted 1Apr1930 London to Beatrice Ethel MITCHELMORE, widow, estate £522 10s 5d UK wills & probates

sp1    Selina STUMBLES

(b 1864) Chivelstone

m 1892.4 Kingsbridge

m [25Nov1892] Kingsbridge, Selina STUMBLES

1901 @ 36 b Chivelstone ^ Tradesman's Arms, Stokenham

1911 @ 46 b Chillington ^ Tradesman's Arms, Stokenham

d 1913.4 Kingsbridge @49

d 10Dec1913 @ 49; bur Stokenham

bur 21Dec1913 Stokenham @ 49. Named on the same memorial: her son Charles

son    Charles Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1893.3 Kingsbridge

chr 6Aug1893 Stokenham

1901 @ 7 b Stokenham ^ Tradesman's Arms, Stokenham with parents

1911 @ 17 ^ Tradesman's Arms, Stokenham with parents

d 1930.2 Kingsbridge @ 34

d 6Jun1930 @ 37; bur Stokenham

sp2    Beatrice Ethel DOWNING

b 1888.3 Plymouth

m 1923.3 Plymouth

m 6Sep1923 Plymouth St Gabriel

1930 ^ The Tradesmans Arms, Stokenham

Jun1935 licensee, Tradesmen's Arms, Stokenham: licence renewed (B E) UK life events

d 1951.3 Plymouth @ 63

 

Click to enlarge

The Tradesman's Arms today

 

 

Click to enlarge

Charles's memorial

 

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

 

 

Click to enlarge

Selina's memorial

 


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 2411

head  Silvanus MITCHELMORE

b 1871.4 Kingsbridge

chr 20Feb1876 Stokenham ^ Chillington (MICHELMORE)

1881 scholar @ 9 b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with parents (Sulvanus)

18Mar1889 labourer @ 17 yr 11 mo b Stokenham: enlisted in 4th Btn Devonshire Regiment Militia as private 1872, previously with 5th Haytor VBD Regt; discharged 17 Mar 1895 British Army records

1891 farm labourer @ 19 b Stokenham ^ Cottage, Chillington with parents (Sylvanus)

1895 Stokenham: 3rd banns read 27Oct for Silvanus MITCHELMORE and Sarah Elizabeth JEFFERY ^ Thurlestone

m 1895.4 Kingsbridge

m 9Nov1895 Thurlestone: Sylvanus MITCHELMORE, labourer @ 24 ^ Chillington, father Charles MITCHELMORE (dec), labourer; Sarah Elizabeth JEFFERY @ 30 ^ Thurlestone, father William JEFFERY, labourer; witnesses William & Mary Jane JEFFERY, [brother] Emmanuel MITCHELMORE

1897 labourer ^ Chillington

1898-1907 labourer ^ Thurlestone

1901 ordinary agricultural labourer @ 30 b Chellington ^ Village, Thurlestone (Sylvanus)

1911 agricultural farm labourer @ 40 b Chillington ^ Thurlestone (Sylvanus)

1939 @ 69 ^ Kingsbridge (Sylvanus)

d 1945.4 Kingsbridge @ 74

sp      Sarah Elizabeth JEFFERY

b 1865.1 Kingsbridge

b 186x Thurlestone

m 1895.4 Kingsbridge (JEFFREY)

m 9Nov1895 Thurlestone (JEFFREY)

1901 @ 36 b Thurlestone ^ Village, Thurlestone (Sarah E)

1911 @ 46 ^ Thurlestone

1939 @ 74 ^ Kingsbridge (Sarah)

d 1940.2 Kingsbridge @ 75

dau    Dorothy Elvira MITCHELMORE

b 1897.1 Kingsbridge

chr 4Apr1897 Stokenham

1901 @ 4 b Chellington ^ Village, Thurlestone with parents (Dselina E)

m 1930.2 Kingsbridge, Samuel H MARCH (Dorothy E)

m 26Apr1930 East Allington, Samuel Henry MARSH

dau    Katherine Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1898.4 Kingsbridge

chr 4Dec1898 Thurlestone (Catherine Mary)

1901 @ 2 b Thurlestone ^ Village, Thurlestone with parents (Catherine M)

1911 scholar @ 12 ^ Thurlestone with parents (Catherine Mary)

m1 1919.2 Kingsbridge, John Samuel AUGER

m1 30Apr1919 Thurlestone: John Samuel AUGER, labourer @ 20, father William AUGER, gardener; Catherine Mary MITCHELMORE, domestic servant @ 20, father Silvanus MITCHELMORE, labourer; witness [sister] Alice Irene May MITCHELMORE

1944 ^ Bantham, Thurlestone personal communication

m2 1947.2 Kingsbridge, Leonard J GREGORY (Catherine M)

dau    Alice Irene May MITCHELMORE

b 1901.1 Kingsbridge

chr 3Feb1901 Thurlestone

1901 @ 3 mo b Thurlestone ^ Village, Thurlestone with parents (Olive J M)

1911 scholar @ 10 ^  Thurlestone with parents (Alice Irene)

m 1920.2 Kingsbridge, William HOSKIN (Alice I M)

m 22Apr1920 East Allington, William HOSKIN

dau    Gertrude Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1903.2 Kingsbridge

chr 12pr1903 Thurlestone

1911 @ 8 ^ Thurlestone with parents (Gertrude)

m 1926.2 Kingsbridge, Leslie R BURNS

son    Charles William Jeffery MITCHELMORE

b 1905.3 Kingsbridge (Charles W J)

son    John Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1907.3 Kingsbridge

The Army has Silvanus's birth date as Apr1871 British Army records, and the baptism register has it as 3Nov1872. Both are clearly incorrect.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 2310

head  Henry Josias MITCHELMORE

b 1865.4 Kingsbridge

1871 wife's son @ 5 b East Allington^ Slapton with mother and stepfather (Henry J)

1871 grandson @ 5 b East Allington ^ Mounts, East Allington with grandparents John and Elizabeth KELLAND (Henr)

1881 footman @ 15 b East Allington ^ Rectory, East Allington (Henry J); head: Henry FORTESCUE, rector

1897 butler in service of Mr J L HANNAY, Metropolitan Police Magistrate: pleaded guilty to stealing silver plate from employer (Henry) UK legal documents

m 1900.2 Paddington (Henry J)

1901 railway porter @ 34 b East Allington ^ Paddington (Henry)

d 1910.2 Brentford @ 44 (Henry Josiah)

sp      Elizabeth Amy CATT

(b 1871) New Romney, Kent

m 1900.2 Paddington

1901 @ 29 b New Romney ^ Paddington

d 1921.3 Brentford @ 49

dau    Adeline Emily MITCHELMORE

b 1898.4 Romney Marsh

(1898) Lydd, Kent

1901 @ 2 b Lydd ^ Paddington (Adeline)

m 1922.3 Pancras, William H CROSS (Adeline E)

 

 

 

Henry appears to have been enumerated twice in 1871.


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 2191

head  John Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1870.1 Kingsbridge

1871 @ 1 b East Allington ^ Mounts, East Allington with parents (John H)

1881 scholar @ 10 b East Allington ^ Mounts, East Allington with parents (John)

m 1890.3 Kingsbridge (John Henry)

m 17Jul1890 East Allington, HAYMAN

25Jul1890 departed Rotterdam for New York aboard Maasdam with wife (John H) Other European records

4Aug1890 arrived New York aboard Maasdam from Rotterdam: married engineer @ 26 b England, intending permanent residence (John H) North American shipping & migration

1893 blacksmith ^ Mounts, East Allington UK street & trade directories

1901 blacksmith @ 31 b East Allington ^ Mounts Cottage, East Allington (John H)

1902-1919 blacksmith ^ East Allington UK street & trade directories

1911 blacksmith @ 41 b East Allington ^ East Allington (John H)

d 1919.4 Plymouth @ 49

d 9Dec1919 @ 49; bur East Allington. Also named on memorial: his wife Annie

d 9Dec1919 South Devon Hospital, Plymouth: ^ East Allington; probate granted 30Oct1920 London to Anne MITCHELMORE, widow, estate
£435 1s 9d

sp      Ann HAYMAN

(b 1865) East Allington

m 1890.3 Kingsbridge

m 17Jul1890 East Allington

25Jul1890 departed Rotterdam for New York aboard Maasdam with husband
(Mrs) Other European records

4Aug1890 arrived New York aboard Maasdam from Rotterdam: @ 24 b England, wife of John, intending permanent residence (Mrs) North American shipping & migration

1901 @ 35 b East Allington ^ Mounts Cottage, East Allington

1911 @ 45 b East Allington ^ East Allington

1939 @ 73 ^ Tiverton

d 1954.1 Tiverton @ 87

d 7Feb1954 @ 88; bur East Allington (Annie)

son    Ernest Henry MITCHELMORE

b 15Jul1891 Hoboken, USA

son    Frederick Wallace MITCHELMORE

b 1892.3 Kingsbridge

dau    Iris Winnaretta Maud MITCHELMORE

b 1894.3 Kingsbridge

known as Winifred personal communication

1901 @ 6 b Woodleigh ^ Mounts Cottage, East Allington (Iris W M)

1911 domestic assistant @ 16 b Woodleigh ^ East Allington with grandmother Emily (Iris W)

m 1918.4 Kingsbridge, William HUGHES (Iris W M)

m 18Nov1918 East Allington, William HUGHES

son    Frank Silvester MITCHELMORE

b 1895.4 Kingsbridge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From their son Ernest's birthplace, it is clear that John and Ann lived in Hoboken NJ (just across the Hudson River from New York).

 

 

 

 

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

 

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Memorial to John & Annie


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Generation 11

Family 0792

head  Charles Peters MICHELMORE

b 1867.2 Kingsbridge

b 24Apr1867 Fursdon, Sherford, "father Edward MITCHELMORE, railway porter; mother Elizabeth MICHELMORE née OLDRIDGE"

chr 8Sep1867 Dodbrooke (MITCHELMORE)

1871 @ 3 b Sherford ^ Chillington with parents (Charles P MITCHELMORE)

1881 farm servant @ 14 b Sherford ^ Stokenham, head: George TIMEWELL

2Aug1884 apprenticed to master mason Alpheus BROOKING of Stokenham for 4 yr UK legal documents [A copy of the apprenticeship indenture is available here.]

30Jan1889 building mason @ 22 yr 9 mo b Sherford: enlisted as sapper 23512, Royal Engineers; previously apprenticed to Mr A BROOKIN, Stokenham, 4 yr and in the South Devon Volunteers; served in Ceylon 1890-1894, Gibraltar 1894-1896, transferred 16May1896 to 1st Class A Res as lance corporal; discharged 29Jan1901 (Charles Peter) British Army records

m 1897.2 Warminster (MITCHELMORE)

m 2May1897 Wesleyan Chapel, George Street, Warminster, Wiltshire: Charles Peter MITCHELMORE, purveyor of meat @ 26 ^ 12 East Street, Warminster; father Edward MITCHELMORE, gardener; Ellen Louisa POPE, unm nurse @ 24 ^ Hill Side, Imber Road, Warminster, father Alfred Joseph POPE, engineer; witness: Alfred Joseph POPE

1898 butcher ^ 12 East Street, Warminster (C MITCHELMORE) UK street & trade directories

11Apr1899 Lce Cpl, Army Reserve, Royal Engineers: granted permission to reside in Canada (C MITCHELMORE) British Army records [A copy of this document is available here.]

27Apr1899 departed England for Quebec and Montreal aboard Scotsman with wife, child and brother Alpheus (C MICHELMIRE) UK shipping & migration

1901 stone mason @ 33 b 24Apr1867 England ^ Crescent, Assiniboia East SK, Canadian citizen (Charles P MITCHELMORE)

1906 @ 39 b England ^ Easlindale, Assinboia East SK, stock 3 horses & 4 cows (Chas)

1910 moved to Lloydminster SK as manager of lumber yard North American newspaper announcements

1911 working in butcher shop @ 42 b Apr1869 England ^ Waldron SK (Charles MITCHAELMORE). Also in household: Daisy ALFREDA, unm sister-in-law @ 28 b England

lived apart from his wife Ellen for many years, but they never divorced personal communication

1921 lumber worker @ 54 b England ^ 29th Street West, Saskatoon SK (Charles T)

1930 confectioner ^ Lloydminster SK (C P) North American life events

1945 gentleman ^ Lloydminster AB (C F)

d 14May1955 Lloydminster (Charles Peter) North American newspaper announcements

d 1955; bur Lloydminster (Charles P MITCHELLMORE)

sp      Ellen Louisa POPE

b 7Feb1873 Frome, Somerset personal communication

m 1897.2 Warminster

m 2May1897 Wesleyan Chapel, George Street, Warminster

27Apr1899 departed England for Quebec and Montreal aboard Scotsman (Mrs MICHELMIRE) UK shipping & migration

1901 @ 28 b England ^ Crescent, Assiniboia East SK, Canada Canadian citizen, immigrated 1899 (Ellen L)

1906 @ 33 b England ^ Easlindale?, Assinboia East (Ellen)

1911 @ 39 b Feb1872 England ^ Waldron SK (Ellen)

1917 moved to Saskatoon SK North American newspaper announcements

1921 @ 48 b England ^ 29th Street West, Saskatoon SK (Ellen)

23Oct1938 nurse @ 65: arrived Plymouth aboard Aurania from Montreal, intended residence Simefield, Chandy Road, Keynsham (Ellen) UK shipping & migration

visited her niece and nephew in Bath, then toured England and Europe North American life events

2Sep1939 housewife @ 38 [sic]: departed Liverpool aboard Athenia for Montreal QC (Edith MITCHELLMORE) UK shipping & migration

3Sep1939 torpedoed aboard Athenia; taken to Galway, then Glasgow, then Liverpool North American life events

15Sep1939 housewife @ 66 departed Liverpool aboard Duchess of York for Montreal QC (Ellen) UK shipping & migration

1945 ^ 206 Third Avenue South, Saskatoon (Mrs E) Other North American population surveys

1949 housewife ^ 206 Drinkle No. 3, 115 Third Avenue South, Saskatoon (Ellen MICHELMORE) Other North American population surveys

d 5Sep1953 Saskatoon @ 80 North American newspaper announcements

5Sep1953; bur Woodlawn Cemetery, Saskatoon (Ellen Louise). Named on the same memorial: her son Leslie

son    Harold Nelson MITCHELMORE

b 1898.2 Warminster

son    Lionel Charles MITCHELMORE

b 26Aug1899 North West Territories

dau    Daisy Winnifred MITCHELMORE

b 3Apr1901 Saltcoats personal communication

1906 @ 5 b SK ^ Easlindale?, Assinboia East with parents (Daisy)

1911 @ 10 b Apr1901 SK ^ Waldron SK with parents (Daisy)

1921 stenographer, lumber company @ 20 b SK ^ 29th Street West, Saskatoon SK with parents (Daisy)

d 26Feb1989

secretary, Family Services Bureau personal communication

m 193x, Wallace Josiah WEATHERHEAD personal communication

d 26Feb1989 Stensrud Lodge, Saskatoon personal communication

son    Leslie Cuthbert MITCHELMORE

b 17Apr1904 Saltcoats

dau    Verna Margaret MITCHELMORE

b 10Apr1915 Saskatoon [twin] personal communication

known as Margaret

1921 @ 6 b SK ^ 29th Street West, Saskatoon SK with parents (Margaret)

insurance adjustor personal communication

1945 ^ 206 Third Avenue South, Saskatoon (Margaret) Other North American population surveys

m 11Aug1945 St Andrews Church, Saskatoon, Oscar Elwyn Hythe BARKER personal communication

d 9Dec1998 Saskatoon personal communication

dau    Edna Marjorie MITCHELMORE

b 10Apr1915 Saskatoon [twin] personal communication

known as Marjorie

1921 @ 6 b SK ^ 29th Street West, Saskatoon SK with parents (Margery)

m 23Sep1938 St Andrews Presbyterian Church, Saskatoon, Arthur Irvine
DRON personal communication

d May2001 Regina SK @ 86 North American newspaper announcements

d 31Dec2001 Pasqua Hospital, Regina personal communication

d 31May2001; bur Riverside Memorial Park, Regina

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Charles

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Charles's shop in Waldron

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Charles & Ellen with their extended family

 

Charles's memorial

Charles's memorial

 

A copy of Charles's obituary is available here.

 

 

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Nurse Ellen

 

Ellen’s own account of her 1939 experiences is available here.

Two obituaries are here.

 

 

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Memorial to Ellen and
her son Leslie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Margaret & Marjorie in 1995

 

Memorial to Edna & Arthur

Memorial to Marjorie & Arthur


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Generation 11

Family 0223

head  Samuel MITCHELMORE

b 1881.1 Merthyr Tydfil

b 26Feb1881 UK life events

1881 @ 1 mo b Llwydcoed, Glamorganshire ^ 56 Harriet Street, Aberdare with parents (Sam)

2Jan1888 admitted to St Fagan’s National School, Aberdare UK life events

1891 @ 10 b Aberdare ^ 1 Clive Street, Aberdare with parents

6Feb1896 sang alto in chorus in performance of Acis & Galatea in Aberdare by the Ebenezer Choir (Trecynon) UK life events

1901 @ 20 b Aberdare ^ 71 Harriet Street, Aberdare with parents

5Sep1903 played football for Trecynon West End (S) UK life events

m1 1908.1 Merthyr Tydfil, WILLIAMS

1909 played cricket for Ebenezer Cricket Club, Aberdare, Glamorganshire (S) UK life events

1911 coal mine hewer @ 30 b Aberdare ^ 26 William Street, Brynna, Glamorganshire

1939 @ 58 ^ Neath, Glamorganshie

m2 1943.4 Neath, PRICE

d 1953.2 Neath @ 72

d Jun1953 Llansamlet personal communication

sp1    Rebecca WILLIAMS

(b 1882)

m 1908.1 Merthyr Tydfil

2Nov1908 ^ Mount Pleasant Street, Aberdare: attended Ebenezer church tea UK life events

1911 @ 29 b Treherbert, Glamorganshire ^ 26 William Street, Brynna, Glamorganshire

1939 @ 58 ^ Neath, Glamorganshie

d 1941.2 Neath @ 59

dau    Edna MITCHELMORE

b 1912.3 Bridgend

1939 @ 27 ^ Neath, Glamorganshie

d 1939.4 Neath @ 27

sp2    Florence Elizabeth PRICE

b 26Feb1894

1939 @ 45 ^ Neath (Florence E)

m 1943.4 Neath (Florence E)

d 1981.1 Swansea

d 14Mar1981 personal communication

 


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Generation 11

Family 0836

head  David John MITCHELMORE

b 1889.1 Merthyr Tydfil

b Feb1889 Trecynon, Glamorganshire personal communication

22Sep1891 admitted to St Fagan’s National School, Trecynon; left Jan1896 (David J) UK life events

1891 @ 2 b Aberdare ^ 1 Clive Street, Aberdare, Glamorganshire with parents

13Jan1896 admitted to Park School, Aberdare; left 10Jul1901 for Higher Grade School UK life events

1901 @ 12 b Aberdare ^ 71 Harriet Street, Abderdare with parents (David J)

1903-1919 frequently sang at churches and in theatre productions (David J/D J) UK life events

1909-1910 played and refereed soccer at Trecynon (D J/J) UK life events

1911 coal miner @ 24 b Aberdare ^ 10 Tridwr Road, Abertridwr with sister Gwenllian (D Y)

1919 Private 306148 Royal Army Service Corps: awarded British War and Victory medals (David)  British Army records

m 1915.3 Merthyr Tydfil, PHILLIPS

m 2Aug1915 Saron Congregational Chapel, Aberdare: David John MITCHELMORE, second son of Mrs Mary MITCHELMORE, 71 Harriet Street, Trecynon; Sarah Ann PHILLIPS, youngest daughter of Miss Hannah PHILLIPS, 23 Jubilee Road, Godreaman UK newspaper announcements

8Aug1916 working at Green Garage: granted exemption from military service until 30Aug (David) British Army records

1939 @ 50 ^ Abderdare (David J)

d 1944.1 Pontypridd @ 56

d 2Mar1944; bur Aberdare

sp      Sarah Anne PHILLIPS

b 5Aug1890

m 1915.3 Merthyr Tydfil

m 2Aug1915 Saron Congregational Chapel, Aberdare personal communication

1939 @ 49 ^ Abderdare (Sarah A)

d Jan1984 Merthyr Tydfil

d 4Jan1984; bur Aberdare

son    William Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1916.4 Merthyr Tydfil

b 2Sep1916 personal communication

d 1916.4 Merthyr Tydfil @ 2 [mo]

d Nov1916 personal communication

bur 1Dec1916 Aberdare personal communication

dau    Mary Hannah MITCHELMORE

b 1919.4 Merthyr Tydfil

b Nov1919 personal communication

d 1919.4 Merthyr Tydfil @ 1 [mo]

d Dec1919 personal communication

bur 13Dec1919 Aberdare personal communication

son    David William MITCHELMORE

b 1923.3 Merthyr Tydfil

 


Tree 09

Generation 11

Family 0244

head  Lewis Watkin MITCHELMORE

b 1890.3 Merthyr Tydfil

b 18Aug1890 Aberdare, Glamorganshire

1891 @ 6 mo b Aberdare ^ 1 Clive Street, Aberdare with parents

7Feb1893 admitted to St Fagan’s National School, Trecynon (Lewis W) UK life events

4Jan1897 admitted to Park School, Aberdare (Lewis) UK life events

1901 @ 11 b Aberdare ^ 71 Harriet Street, Aberdare with parents (Lewis W)

1911 collier hewer @ 21 b Aberdare ^ 71 Harriet Street, Trecynon with parents (Laura)

m1 1913.3 Merthyr Tydfil, JAMES

m1 2Aug1913 Register office, Merthyr, Glamorganshire: Lewis MITCHELMORE, youngest son of Mr & Mrs William MITCHELMORE ^ Harriet Street, Trecynon; Mary JAMES, third daughter of Mr & Mrs John JAMES ^ 93 Brook Street UK newspaper announcements

1939 @ 49 ^ Abderdare (Lewis (W))

m2 1957.3 Pontypridd, REES

d 1971.1 Pontypridd

d 1971; bur Penrhys Cemetery, Rhondda Cynon Taff

sp1    Mary JAMES

(b 1892)

m 1913.3 Merthyr Tydfil

m 2Aug1913 Register office, Merthyr

1939 @ 47 ^ Abderdare

d 1956.2 Pontypridd @ 64

d 12Jun1956 personal communication

son    William John MITCHELMORE

b 1914.4 Merthyr Tydfil

son    Brynwyn MITCHELMORE

b 1916.4 Merthyr Tydfil

sp2    Catherine REES

b 21Feb1892

m 1957.3 Pontypridd

d 1977.1 Pontypridd

confidential persons omitted

 

Generation 12

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Generation 12

Family 0215

head  John Dawe MITCHELMORE

b 1883.1 Totnes

b 19Dec1882

chr 16Feb1883 Harberton

1891 scholar @ 8 b Harberton ^ Higher Vicarage, Harberton with parents (John D)

1901 gardener domestic @ 20 b Harberton ^ Meopham, Kent, boarding with Philip COOMBES (Jack)

1911 gardener domestic, boarder @ 28 b Harberton ^ 12 Harrow Road East, Dorking, Surrey (John); head: John ANSELL, gardener

m 1914.3 Chertsey

28Oct1915 gardener @ 33 b Totnes ^ Olinda Lodge, Walton, Surrey: enlisted at Kingston as Private 19757, 4th Btn, East Surrey Regiment (J) British Army records

7Feb1917 Private 30917, East Surrey Regiment: posted to 1/5th Btn, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment and allotted new service no. 260031 (J) British Army records

d 30Nov1917: Private 260031 2nd/15th Btn, The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment @ 34 b Totnes ^ Maida Vale, son of Christopher and Sarah MITCHELMORE of Bridge Cottage, Cornwood, Devon, husband of Emily MITCHELMORE of "Daneswood", South Ascot, Berks; bur Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium (John) British Army records

1919 awarded British War and Victory medals (John) British Army records

sp      Emily Sarah SIMMONDS

b 1889.1 Lichfield (Emily)

b 23Feb1889

m 1914.3 Chertsey (Emily)

1917 ^ "Daneswood", South Ascot, Berks British Army records

1939 @ 50 ^ Maidenhead (Emily S)

d 1974.4 Henley

d 18Nov1974 19 Friday Street, Henley-on-Thames: widow UK wills & probates

son    Raymond MICHELMORE

b 1915.2 Chertsey

b 10May1915

Mar-Dec1932 appeared in numerous productions of the Dunstan Players at Queen's Theatre, Dundee (MITCHELMORE) UK life events

appeared in John Guilgud's production of Hamlet at the Lyceum Theatre, London UK life events

1939 @ 24 ^ Maidenhead with mother

1941 enlisted in Royal Artillery, No. 1799397; transferred to South Staffordshire Regiment 5Jun1944 (MITCHELMORE) British Army records

d Nov1991 Henley (MITCHELMORE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raymond in <i>Hamlet</i>

Raymond in Hamlet


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Generation 12

Family 0794

head  William Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1875.3 Kingsbridge

b 1Jul1875 Kingsbridge UK life events

chr 28Feb1880 Dodbrooke

1881 scholar @ 5 b Kingsbridge ^ Rules House, 1 Fore Street, Kingsbridge with mother (William T)

8Feb1886 admitted to St John’s Mixed School, Torquay; previously at Torre National School, left 31 Jan 1888 (William) UK life events

28Jun1886 admitted to Warberry Church Primary School, Torquay; previously at St Johns School left 25Jun1886 to go to work (Wm T) UK life events

1891 boots @ 15 b Kingsbridge ^ "Tralee", St Michael's Road, Holdenhurst, Bournemouth, Hampshire with sister Florence (W T)

m1 1900.1 Weymouth (William T)

m1 14Mar1900 Congregational Church, Gloucester Street, Weymouth: William Thomas MITCHELMORE, eldest son of William MITCHELMORE ^ Bournemouth; Alice Mary RAYMOND, youngest daughter of James RAYMOND ^ Farnham, Tollard Royal, Wiltshire UK newspaper announcements

1901 @ 25 b Kingsbridge ^ 3 Chesterfield Place, Melcombe Regis, Dorset (William). Also in household: Emily MARSH, cousin @ 25 b Southampton

1911 jeweller, shop keeper @ 35 b Kingsbridge ^ 8 Croft Park, Torquay Road, Paignton

1911 ^ Gerston, Paignton (W T) UK life events

1914 watch & clock maker ^ Torquay Road, Paignton (Wm Thos) UK street & trade directories

20Oct1915 Reginald STANSFIELD found guilty of stealing a watch worth 2 guineas from his jeweller's shop in Paignton (Thomas) UK legal documents

1919 watch & clock maker ^ 15 Palace Avenue, Paignton (Wm Thos) UK street & trade directories

1938 purchased 5 Church Street, Paignton UK legal documents

1939 @ 64 ^ Paignton (William T)

m2 1951.2 Totnes, CRABTREE (William T)

d 1952.3 Totnes @ 77

sp1    Alice Mary RAYMOND

(b 1872) Tollard, Wiltshire

m 1900.1 Weymouth

m 14Mar1900 Congregational Church, Gloucester Street, Weymouth UK newspaper announcements

1901 @ 28 b Tollard ^ 3 Chesterfield Place, Melcombe Regis, Dorset

1911 @ 37 b Farnham, Wiltshire ^ 8 Croft Park, Torquay Road, Paignton

1939 @ 66 ^ Paignton (Alice M)

d 1948.1 Totnes @ 74

son    William Raymond MITCHELMORE

b 1903.2 Weymouth

b 23May1903

5Sep1911 admitted to Paignton National School; left 27Apr1917 UK life events

1911 school @ 7 b Weymouth ^ 8 Croft Park, Torquay Road, Paignton with parents

1939 @ 36 ^ Southwark (William R)

d Nov1984 Torbay

d 29Nov1984 40 The Reeves Road, Chelston, Torquay UK wills & probates

sp2    Ada CRABTREE

b 2Oct1894

1939 @ 46 ^ Shipley, Yorkshire

m 1951.2 Totnes

d 1975.1 Bournemouth

 

 

William was baptised at the same ceremony as his siblings Florence, George and Charles.


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Generation 12

Family 0926

head  Edward Austin MITCHELMORE

b 1888.1 Wells

known as Austin (named after his maternal grandmother Caroline AUSTIN) personal communication

1891 @ 3 b Glastonbury ^ 3-5 Benedict Street, Glastonbury with parents (Edward A)

1901 pupil @ 13 b Glastonbury ^ Colstons School, Bristol (Edwd Arthur)

1903-1921 received Civil Service Commission certifications as a Post Office Learner (Yeovil), Postman (London)), Clerical Assistant and then Supplementary Clerk UK life events

1911 clerk, boarder @ 23 b Glastonbury ^ 56 Bexley Road, Erith, Kent; head: Caroline WADE, boarding housekeeper

31Aug1915 Sapper 70470 Royal Engineers: posted to France (Edward A) British Army records

29Sep1917 Lance Corporal 70470 Royal Engineers: restored to skilled rate (R H) British Army records

1919 awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (Edward A) British Army records

m 1919.4 Bristol, THOMAS

m 23Oct1919 Clifton: Edward Austin MITCHELMOTE, elder son of Mr & Mrs MITCHELMORE ^ Yeovil; Alice Jane THOMAS, younger daughter of Mr & Mrs W H THOMAS ^ Clifton UK newspaper announcements

1939 civil servant UK wills & probates

1939 @ 51 ^ Finchley, Middlesex (Edward A)

d 1946.1 Hendon @ 58

d 11Jan1946 Golder’s Green @ 58 (Edwin Austin) UK newspaper announcements

15Mar1949 overseer, London Postal Region: awarded Imperial Service Medal on his retirement [posthumously] UK life events

sp      Alice Jane THOMAS

b 1886.4 Barton Regis [Bristol]

m 1919.4 Bristol (Alice J)

m 23Oct1919 Clifton UK newspaper announcements

1939 @ 53 ^ Finchley

d 1967.3 Poole @ 80 (Alice J)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edward and Alice were cousins. Edward's mother Ellen THOMAS was a sister of Alice's father, William THOMAS. personal communication


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Generation 12

Family 0797

head  Howard Cecil Jeffrey MITCHELMORE

b 1892.4 Wells

b 29Sep1892 Glastonbury (?) UK newspaper announcements

1901 @ 8 b Glastonbury ^ 16 Middle Street, Yeovil, Somerset with parents (Howard C J)

1911 science student @ 18 b Glastonbury ^ 67 Middle Street, Yeovil (Howard C G)

11Jan1915 commissioned 2nd Lieutenant, "C" Company, 1st Btn, Somerset Light Infantry; posted to France 10Dec1915; left to join Royal Flying Corps 21Jun1916; relinquished commission 4Jan1919 (H C J) British Army records

22Aug1918 St Austell Parish Church: marriage licence issued for Howard Cecil Jeffry MITCHELMORE, lieutenant Somerset Light Infantry, 78th TMB, and Annie ARNOLD of St Austell UK legal documents

m 1918.3 St Austell, ARNOLD

m 24Aug1918 Holy Trinity, St Austell: Howard Cecil Jeffrey MITCHELMORE, lieut Som L I, younger son of Mr & Mrs MITCHELMORE ^ Yeovil; Annie ARNOLD, youngest daughter of the late J ARNOLD Esq ^ Beckenham, Kent UK newspaper announcements

educated at Reckleford School, the Merchant Venturers' School and Bristol University UK newspaper announcements

teacher at Reckleford School and Summerleaze Park, Yeovil UK newspaper announcements

1922-1945 special constable, awarded Police Medal 1936 with bar 1943 UK newspaper announcements

sportsman and horticulturalist UK newspaper announcements

1939 school teacher UK wills & probates

1939 @ 47 ^ Yeovil (Howard C J MITCHLEMORE)

d 1945.3 Yeovil @ 52

sp      Annie ARNOLD

b 9Feb1895

m 1918.3 St Austell

m 24Aug1918 Holy Trinity, St Austell UK newspaper announcements

1939 @ 44 ^ Yeovil (MITCHLEMORE)

d 1972.1 Yeovil

son    Jeffery Arnold MITCHELMORE

b 1919.4 Yeovil

son    Kenneth Ivor MITCHELMORE

b 1923.1 Yeovil

confidential persons omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Howard's obituary is available here.


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Generation 12

Family 5250

head  John Charles MITCHELMORE

b 21Jul1879 Hinsdale NY

b 31Jul1879 (John) US Social Security Death Index

1880 @ 10 mo b NY ^ Hinsdale NY

1900 oil merchant @ 20 b NY ^ Minden City, Lincoln NE with parents (John C)

m1 22Jun1904 Frankfort KS: John C MITCHELMORE, agent, Standard Oil Co @ 25 b NY ^ Edgar NB; Lavina J DALTON @ 25 b NB ^ Frankfort; officiating minister John's father Charles

1910 [occupation illegible] @ 29 b NY ^ Vermillion KS; head: father-in-law John L DALTON, farmer (John C)

1918-1919 ^ 3604 Idalia Anvenue, El Paso: did military service at YMCA (J C) North American military records

12Sep1918 YMCA Secretary, Army YMCA Headquarters, Fort Bliss TX ^ 3609 Kings Highway, El Paso TX: registered for WW1 draft North American military records

(m2 1925)

1929 YMCA sec @ 49 b Cateraugutus County NY ^ Clifton AZ North American civil registration indexes

1930 presbyterian missionary @ 50 b NY ^ Powell WY; first married @ 25 (John C MITCHELMOORE)

1935-1937 timekeeper ^ 3311 Nations Avenue, El Paso TX (Jno L/C) Other North American population surveys

1938 ^ 500 Rio Grande Street, El Paso (Jno C) Other North American population surveys

1939-1940 watchman, S W Portland Cement Company ^ 1801 E Yandell Boulevard, El Paso (Jno C) Other North American population surveys

1940 part time field veritary, YMCA @ 60 b NY ^ 1801 East Yandell Boulevard, El Paso (John C)

1941-1943 clerk ^ 1716 E Yandell Boulevard, El Paso (Jno C) Other North American population surveys

27Apr1942 ^ 1716 E Yandell, El Paso, employed by L Deal, 2514 Mesa, El Paso: registered for WW2 draft North American military records

d 31Mar1965 Dallas TX, "widower; cause pneumonia, acute fracture of left hip"

d Mar1965 TX @ 85 (John) US Social Security Death Index

bur 1965 Restland Memorial Park, Dallas (John C)

sp1    Lavina J DALTON

b 1879 OH North American memorial inscriptions

known as Vina personal communication

m 22Jun1904 Frankfort

1910 @ 30 b OH  ^ Vermillion, married 6 yr

d 1916, “shortly after the birth of her son Johnpersonal communication

d 1916; bur Frankfort Cemetery, Frankfort (Lavina J)

dau    Ruth MITCHELMORE

b 1904 personal communication

son    John William MITCHELMORE

b 13Jul1916 NE US Social Security Death Index

sp2    Nannie Lee MEREX

(b 1893) AR

(m 1925)

1929 housewife @ 36 b Garland County AR ^ Clifton AZ North American civil registration indexes

1930 @ 37 b AR ^ Powell WY, first married @ 32 (Nannie)

1935-1937 ^ 3311 Nations Avenue, El Paso TX (Nannie) Other North American population surveys

1938 ^ 500 Rio Grande Street, El Paso (Nancy M) Other North American population surveys

1939-1940 ^ 1801 E Yandell Boulevard, El Paso (Nancy M) Other North American population surveys

1940 @ 48 b AZ ^ 1801 East Yandell Boulevard, El Paso (Nannie)

1941-1943 ^ 1716 E Yandell Boulevard, El Paso (Nannie M) Other North American population surveys

1944 office worker ^ 1718 E Yandell Boulevard, El Paso (Mrs Nannie) Other North American population surveys

d before 1965

son    Charles Fulton MITCHELMORE

b 25Mar1929 Greelee County AZ

 

According to the US military, John was born in Steuben county. Hinsdale is in Cattaraugus county. North American military records

 

John

John in 1902

 

In 1918-1919, John was apparently living with his younger brother Hugh, who was also a minister serving at the YMCA in El Paso.

 

John's memorial

John's memorial

 

Lavina's memorial

Lavina's memorial


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Generation 12

Family 5217

head  Hugh Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 26Sep1880 Woodhull NY North American military records

1900 @ 19 b NY ^ Minden City, Lincoln NE with parents (Hugh T)

1905 organised the first Boy Scout troop in North America North American life events

m 30Jul1906 Seattle WA: Hugh Thomas MITCHELMORE ^ Skapit County; Maude Olive McCONNELL ^ King County; witnesses [mother] Mrs C H MITCHELMORE, Mrs Frank McCONNELL; officiating minister [father] Charles MITCHELMORE ^ Springfield MO

m 190x Westminster Presbyterian Church, Seattle personal communication

1910 presbyterian preacher @ 30 b NY ^ Buckley WA (Hugh T). Also in household: "cousin" Sadie

1917-1918 minister, Altura Presbyterian Church ^ Idalia Street, El Paso TX: registered for WW1 draft North American military records

1917-1919 ^ 3604 Idalia Anvenue, El Paso: did military service at YMCA (Hugh T) North American military records

1920 presbyterian minister @ 39 b NY ^ Seattle WA (Hugh T)

1930 presbyterian clergyman@ 49 b NY ^ 132 North Main Street, Ashland OR (Hugh T)

1937-1940 presbyterian minister, Myrtle Point OR North American life events

1940 clergyman, church @ 59 b NY ^ 315 Richmond Avenue, Myrtle Point (Hugh)

1942 Presbyterian minister 5 ft 7 in, 185 lb ^ Myrtle Point OR North American military records

d 1Jan1973 Claremont County, CA North American military records

d Jan1973 Medford OR @ 92 (Hugh) US Social Security Death Index

d 1973 Pilgrim Place Retirement Home, Claremont CA; bur Pioneer Cemetery, Astoria OR North American military records

sp      Maude Olive McCONNELL

b 21Sep1880 Red River Landing, Bayou Teche LA personal communication

concert pianist personal communication

m 30Jul1906 Seattle personal communication

m 190x Westminster Presbyterian Church, Seattle personal communication

1910 private music teacher @ 30 b LA ^ Buckley

1920 musician @ 39 b NY ^ Seattle (Maud M)

1930 @ 49 b LA ^ 132 North Main Street, Ashland (Maude)

1940 @ 59 b LA ^ 315 Richmond Avenue, Myrtle Point (Maude)

d 26Feb1961 Astoria OR

d 26Feb1961 @ 81; bur Ocean View Cemetery, Warrenton OR (Maude)

son    Lawrence Hugh MITCHELMORE

b 23Aug1907 Anacortes WA personal communication

dau    Caryl Maude MITCHELMORE

(b Aug1909) personal communication

known as Alice

1910 @ 8 mo b WA ^ Buckley WA with parents (Caryl)

1920 @ 10 b NY ^ Seattle WA with parents (Caryl M)

d 10May1922 Wilbur WA @ 12 (Caryl)

bur 1922 Wilbur Cemetery, Lincoln WA

The California BMD index wrongly records Hugh's place of birth as Oregon and his place of death as Los Angeles. His World World II draft registration card has his place of birth as Cattaraugus NY, whereas Woodhull is in Steuben county.

 

Hugh

Hugh and Maude
at their wedding

 

Caryl

Caryl at age 5

Caryl's memorial

Caryl's memorial


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Generation 12

Family 5251

head  Alfred Angelo MITCHELMORE

b 9Oct1883 Steuben, New York NY

1900 @ 16 b NY ^ Minden City, Lincoln NE with parents (Alfred A)

m 21Jun1905, Hastings NE

1910 salesman, dry goods @ 27 b New York ^ Hasting NE (Alfred)

1917-1918  travelling salesman ^ 827 N St Joe Avenue, Hastings: registered for WW1 draft North American military records

1920 real estate agent @ 36 b NY ^ Juniata NE

1930 real estate salesman, self-employed @ 46 b NY ^ 1123 North Hastings Avenue, Hastings (Alfred)

1940 real estate agent, retired @ 56 b NY ^ 321 North St Joseph Avenue, Hastings (Alfred)

1943 ^ 320 E Islay Street, Santa Barbara CA (Alf A MITCHELLMORE) Other North American population surveys

1945 ^ 334 W Foothill Boulevard, Pomona CA (Alf A MITCHELLMORE) Other North American population surveys

1948 ^ 826 Harvard Avenue, Claremont CA (Alfd A MITCHELLMORE) Other North American population surveys

d 29Jul1953 Los Angeles CA North American civil registration indexes

sp      Ada Minnie QUIGLE

b 31Jul1883 IL, "daughter of Jacob QUIGLE and Martha Helen née CADWALADER" personal communication

m 21Jun1905, Hastings

1910 @ 26 b NY ^ Hastings (Ada)

1920 @ 36 b NY ^ Juniata

1930 @ 46 b IL ^ 1123 North Hastings Avenue, Hastings (Ada M)

1940  @ 56 b NY ^ 321 North St Joseph Avenue, Hastings (Ada M)

1943 ^ 320 E Islay Street, Santa Barbara (Ada MITCHELLMORE) Other North American population surveys

1948 ^ 826 Harvard Avenue, Claremont (Ada M MITCHELLMORE) Other North American population surveys

d 20Dec1984 Santa Barbara North American civil registration indexes

d Dec1984 Santa Barbara @ 101 US Social Security Death Index

d 1984; bur Oak Park, Claremont (Ada Q)

dau    Eva Belle MITCHELMORE

b 5Apr1907 NE North American civil registration indexes

1910 @ 3 b NE ^ Hastings with parents (Eva)

1920 student @ 11 b NY ^ Juniata with parents

1928 student, University of Nebraska, Lincoln North American life events

(m 1929), Harry de Witt Jnr LANDIS

1930 librarian, City of San Diego CA @ 23 b NE ^ 2330 Union Street, San Diego, first married @ 22

1940 librarian, public library, divorced @ 32 b NE ^ Hastings (Eva M)

d 24Jul1995 Santa Barbara (Eva Mitchelmore) North American civil registration indexes

Alfred

Alfred in 1902

Click to enlarge

Alfred & Ada's wedding 1905

 

An obituary in the Los Angeles Times of 9Jun1938 refers to “Mitchelmore Apartments, Hastings NE”. The building may have belonged to Alfred.

 

Ada's memorial

Ada's memorial

 

Eva

Eva in 1928


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0805

head  Albert Edgar Rundle MITCHELMORE

b 1883.1 Kingsbridge

b 26Jan1883 Dodbrooke UK life events

1891 @ 8 b Dodbrooke ^ 3 Compton Cottage, Church Street, Dodbrooke with parents (Albert)

19Jun1893 ^ 27 Oakfield Terrace: admitted to Cattdown Road Senior School, Plymouth (Edgar) UK life events

1911 ironmonger's assistant, boarder @ 29 b Kingsbridge ^ Burton Road, Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire (Edgar); head: Catherine SPENCER, widow

m 1915.4 Canterbury (Albert W)

m 16Oct1915 Canterbury: Albert Edgar MITCHELMORE. Sergeant ASC @ 33 of Old Park Camp, father Frank Newt MITCHELMORE (deceased), ironmonger; Florence May COLEY @ 20 of 67 Srowe Street, father Daniel COLEY, 3rd Buffs; by licence

1939 @ 56 ^ Hastings

d 1945.1 Chatham @ 61 (Albert Edgar)

bur 1945 Gillingham @ 61 (Albert Edgar)

sp      Florence May COLEY

b 1895.3 Canterbury

b 19Jun1895

m1 1915.4 Canterbury

m1 16Oct1915 Canterbury, MITCHELMORE

1939 @ 44 ^ Hastings

m2 1951.3 Chatham, William L SMORFITT (Florence M)

d 1986.1 Sutton

son    Edgar Howard MITCHELMORE

b 1916.2 Canterbury

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0907

head  Frank Ewart MITCHELMORE

b 1885.4 Kingsbridge

20Aug1894 admitted to Charles Boys School, Plymouth; previously at Cattedown School, Plymouth (Ewart) UK life events

1901 plumber @ 15 b Dodbrooke ^ Brendon House, Gibbon Lane, Plymouth with parents (Frank E)

m 1917.4 Plymouth, DWYER

1939 @ 54 ^ Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire

d 1967.4 Plymouth @ 82

sp      Bridget DWYER

b 1886.1 Wigan

m 1917.4 Plymouth

1939 @ 54 ^ Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire

d 1955.4 Newton @ 69

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0806

head  Frederick Owen MITCHELMORE

b 1891.3 Newton Abbot

b 18Jul1891

1901 @ 9 b Newton Abbot ^ 6 The Avenue, Newton Abbot with parents

1911 business clerk, gas office @ 19 b Newton Abbot ^ 90 Torquay Road, Newton Abbot with parents (Frederick)

15Sep1915 arrived in Egypt with  the 2nd/5th Battalion, Devonshire Regiment (Leonard) UK life events

m 1917.4 Newton Abbot, COLLINGWOOD (Frederick O)

1939 @ 48 ^ Newton Abbot with parents (Frederick MILCHELMORE)

d 1978.1 Newton Abbot

sp      Bernice Olive Glennie COLLINGWOOD

b 1895.2 St Germans

m 1917.4 Newton Abbot

d 1932.3 Newton Abbot @ 37

son    Frederick Collingwood MITCHELMORE

b 1919.3 Newton Abbot

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0909

head  Arthur Leonard Hellens MITCHELMORE

b 1894.3 Newton Abbot

b Jul1894

1901 @ 6 b Newton Abbot ^ 6 The Avenue, Newton Abbot with parents (Leonard)

1911 assistant, gas showroom @ 16 b Newton Abbot ^ Newton Abbot with parents (Leonard)

22Sep1913 a young baritone with a voice of splendid  quality and power: appeared in show with Jan Stewer at Theatre Royal, Exeter (Leonard) UK life events

15Sep1915 ^ Queen Street, Newton Abbot: received a cable from his brother Frederick announcing his safe arrival in Egypt with the 2nd/5th Battalion, Devonshire Regiment (Leonard) UK life events

m 1917.4 Newton Abbot, SNOW (Arthur L H)

1939 @ 45 ^ Newton Abbot (Leonard A H)

d 1969.4 Torbay (Arthur Leonard M)

d 7Oct1969 Wunsmore, 23 Woodland Avenue, Kingskerswell: retired local government officer UK wills & probates

sp      Mary Winifred SNOW

b 1884.1 Newton Abbot

m 1917.4 Newton Abbot (Mary W)

1939 @ 56 ^ Newton Abbot (Mary W)

d 1959.4 Newton Abbot @ 75 (Mary W)

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1800

head  William Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1891.4 Prescot

b 26Aug1891 ^ 6 Catherine Street, Widnes, Lancashire

1901 school boy @ 9 b Widness ^ St Vincent's Boys Home, Fulwood, Liverpool (William)

15Apr1902 admitted to St Marie's Roman Catholic Primary School, Widnes; formerly of St Vincent's, Preston, left 7Nov1902 (William) UK life events

24 Mar 1904 @13: departed Liverpool aboard Southwark for Portland OR, then to Dr Barnardo’s in Toronto ON under child emigration scheme (Wm) UK shipping North American shipping

5Apr1904  @ 12 ^ London: arrived Portland on Southwark from Liverpool, bound for Dr Bernardo’s Home, Toronto; ticket paid for by Dr Barnardo’s; no previous visits North American shipping & migration

1911 brakesman @ 20 b 1889 England ^ East Queen Street, Palmerston ON, emigrated to Canada 1905; lodging with Richard JOHNSTON

27Oct1914 enlisted in Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force at Walkerton ON: unm farmer b 26Aug1891 Liverpool; next of kin: Margaret MITCHELMORE, Liverpool

m 1917.2 Epsom, ROBJENT (William T)

m 24May1917 St Barnabas, Epsom: William Thomas MITCHELMORE, soldier @ 24 ^ Bramshott Camp, Hampshire, father Joseph MITCHELMORE (deceased), naval officer; Grace Lilian ROBJENT, cook @ 24 ^ 5 Upper Court Road, Epsom, father James ROBJENT (deceased), labourer

1920 master baker personal communication

builder: built family home in Cheam, Surrey personal communication

1939 @ 48 ^ Sutton & Cheam (William J)

29Aug1940 departed Liverpool aboard Duchess of Richmond for Halifax NS (William) UK shipping & migration

d 1947.4 Surrey Mid E @ 56

d 9Dec1947; bur Cuddington Cemetery, Sutton

sp      Grace Lilian ROBJENT

b 1894.1 Braintree

b 16Nov1894 Hatfield Peveral personal communication

m 1917.2 Epsom (Grace L)

m 24May1917 St Barnabas, Epsom

1939 @ 48 ^ Sutton & Cheam (Grace L)

d 1960.4 Surrey NE @ 66

d 27Oct1960 St Heliers Hospital, Carshalton personal communication

bur 7Nov1960 Cuddington Cemetery, Sutton

dau    Marion Grace MITCHELMORE

b 1918.1 Epsom (Marion G)

b 24Feb1918 personal communication

m1 1941.3 Surrey MidE, Charles E CHURCHILL (Marion G)

m2 1959.2 Surrey MidE, Oliver THOMPSON (Marion G)

d 1992 Worthing personal communication

d Mar1993 Dover (Mary Melina G THOMSON)

dau    Alma Olive MITCHELMORE

b 1920.2 Croydon (Alma O)

b 192x, Mitcham personal communication

m 1941.1 Surrey MidE, Henry A GOODCHILD

m 12Jan1941 Cheam personal communication

d 2Nov1992 Hamilton NZ personal communication

 

 

 

St Vincent's Boys Home was part of Bishop O’Reilly’s Memorial Poor Law School, which his sister Mary was also attending in 1901. A description of life at the boy's school is available here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is not known who William's reported next of kin Margaret MITCHELMORE was; it is possible William did not know anything about his origins and simply invented a name.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marion's death registration gives her date of birth as 11Jun1919, clearly an error.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1143

head  Reginald Conroy James MITCHELMORE

b 1900.2 Newton Abbot

b 13Mar1900 ^ 11 Moorland Terrace, Torquay personal communication

1901 @ 1 b Torquay ^ Tormoham with mother (Reggie)

25May1903 admitted to St Saviour's & All Saints Church Primary School Torquay; previously at Tor School, left 7Jul1905 (Reginald) UK life events

1911 scholar @ 11 b Torquay ^ 65 Dunmere Road, Tormoham with parents (Reggie)

1919 private 46100 Wiltshire Regiment; awarded British War and Victory medals (Reginald C J) British Army records

m 1929.2 Newton Abbot, FRAGALL

m Jun1929 Upton Parish Church, Torquay personal communication

1939 @ 39 ^ Torquay (Reg C J)

19Apr1960 postman, Torquay: awarded Imperial Service Medal on his retirement UK life events

d 1971.1 Torbay (Reginald Conroy J)

sp      Florence Ethel FRAGALL

b 30Mar1902

m 1929.2 Newton Abbot

m Jun1929 Upton Parish Church, Torquay personal communication

1939 @ 37 ^ Torquay (Florence E)

d Dec1986 Torbay

d 16Dec1986 34 St James Road, Torquay: widow UK wills & probates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reginald's death is indexed under both Reginald Connory J and Reginald Conroy J.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1519

head  Herbert O'Neal MITCHELMORE

b 1902.1 Newton Abbot

b 190x Torquay

1911 school @ 9 b Torquay ^ 65 Dunmere Road, Tormoham with parents (Bertie)

m 1935.2 Newton Abbot (Herbert O)

1939 @ 35 ^ Torquay (Herbert)

d 1953.1 Newton Abbot @ 51

sp      Dorothy Lilian PIPER

b 1905.1 Winchester

m 1935.2 Newton Abbot (Dorothy L)

1939 @ 35 ^ Torquay (Dorothy)

d 1968.1 Newton Abbot @ 61 (Dorothy C)

d 5Dec1967 Torquay "manual strangulation, Alan REEVES convicted of her murder" (Dorothy MICHELMORE) UK legal documents

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0272

head  William Quirck MITCHELMORE

b 1877.3 Cardiff

b 27Jun1877 Cardiff personal communication

1881 @ 3 b Cardiff ^ 23 North Luton Place, Cardiff St Mary (William D)

chr 10Apr1887 Cardiff All Saints

1891 scholar @ 13 b Cardiff ^ 50 Vere Street, Cardiff (William)

1895 aged 18 b Cardiff: enlisted as private 4409, 53rd Btn Middlesex Regiment (William) British Army records

m 1899.2 Cardiff

m 8May1899 Cardiff: William MITCHELMORE, eldest son of the late Andrew MITCHELMORE ^ Cardiff; Julia WATKINS, only daughter of the late Thomas WATKINS ^ Newport, Monmouthshire UK newspaper announcements

m 8May1899 Wesleyan Chapel, Newport Road, Cardiff British Army records

Jul1898 ^ 74 Richards Street, Cathays, Cardiff: advertises two good cart horses and gear for sale (W) UK life events

1901 groom driver @ 23 b Cardiff ^ Cardiff St John (William)

1911 pork butcher @ 35 b Cardiff ^ Merthyr Tydfil (William)

9Dec1915 pork butcher @ 38 yr 5 mo ^ 2 Three Salmon Street, Merthyr: enlisted in British Army, driver 291303 A H Horse Transport, Royal Army Service Corps (William) British Army records

1919 ^ 42 Richard Street, Cathays, Cardiff British Army records

1939 @ 62 ^ Cardiff (William)

d 7Dec1950 Cardiff personal communication

d 1950.4 W Glamorgan @ 73

sp      Julia WATKINS

(b 1870) Breconshire

m 1899.2 Cardiff

m 8May1899 Cardiff personal communication

m 8May1899 Wesleyan Chapel, Newport Road, Cardiff British Army records

1901 @ 30 b Byrnmawr, Breconshire ^ 74 Richard Street, Cardiff St John

1911 @ 38 b Breconshire ^ Merthyr Tydfil

1915 ^ 2 Three Salmon Street, Merthyr

1919 ^ 42 Richard Street, Cathays, Cardiff British Army records

1939 @ 71 ^ Cardiff

d 1942.3 Cardiff @ 73

dau    Cecilia MITCHELMORE

b 1903.2 Cardiff

d 1903.2 Cardiff @ 0

bur 9Jun1903 Cardiff St John @ 12 dy (Cicilia)

 

 

 

 

William was baptised at the same ceremony as his siblings Clara,
Henry
and Charles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

William, Julia & Clara

William and Julia
with his sister Clara

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0194

head  Edwin Herbert MITCHELMORE

b 1890.2 Cardiff

b 4Jun1890

1891 @ 10 mo ^ 50 Vere Street, Cardiff (Edwin)

28Apr1897 admitted to Albany Road School, Roath UK life events

15Jan1900 admitted to Marlborough Road Primary School, Cardiff; left 20Jul1900, invalided UK life events

15Nov1900 admitted to Gladstone Primary School; left 14Nov1902 UK life events

chr 20Mar1901 Cardiff St Feilo @ 10

1901 @ 10 b Cadoxton, Glamorgan ^ Cardiff St John with mother (Edwin)

1911 pianoforte salesman @ 20 b Glamorgan ^ 42 Richards Street, Cathays, Cardiff with mother

m 1912.3 Cardiff

m 10Jul1912 Roath, Cardiff: Edwin Herbert MITCHELMORE, assistant manager @ 22 ^ 42 Richard Street, father Henry Andrew MITCHELMORE, deceased; Laura THOMAS @ 23 ^ 10 Cottrele Road, father William John THOMAS, marine engineer; witness [mother] Elizabeth Jane MITCHELMORE, by licence

3Aug1912 piano salesman @ 22 b Wales: arrived Quebec QC from Liverpool aboard Corsicann, destination Winnipeg MB, intending to remain in Canada permanently (Edwin) North American shipping & migration

1916 bookkeeper, machinery office @ 26 b England ^ 823 Strathcome Street, Winnepeg, immigrated 1912 (Edwin H)

1921 bookkeeper @ 31 b Wales ^ 365 Mountain Avenue, Winnipeg

4Mar1926 arrived Seattle WA from Victoria BC aboard Princess Alice North American legal records

25Sep1926 piano tuner & repairer b England ^ 671½ Broadway Street, Venice CA: declaration of intention [naturalisation] North American legal records

1930 woodworker, airplane factory @ 39 b England ^ Los Angeles CA (Edwin H); rent $30

1930 ^ 619 Broadway Street, Los Angeles (Edwin H) Other North American population surveys

5Apr1932 ^ 2300 Penmar Avenue, Venice CA: naturalisation petition lodged, admitted 8Jul1932 North American legal records

1933 ^ 2300 Penmore Ave, Venice (Edwin H) Other North American population surveys

1936 ^ 1141 Rialto Ave, Venice (Edw H) Other North American population surveys

1938 aircraft worker ^ 2008 Walnut Avenue, Venice (Edwin H) Other North American population surveys

27Apr1942 ^ 2008 Walnut Avenue, Venice, employed by North American Aviation Inc, Inglewood: registered for WW2 draft North American military records

d 24Jan1963 Santa Monica CA (Edwin H)

bur 28Jan1963 Woodlawn Cemetery, Santa Monica North American memorial inscriptions

sp      Laura THOMAS

b 23Apr1889 Cardiff North American legal records

m 1912.3 Cardiff

m 10Jul1912 Roath, Cardiff

3Aug1912 @ 23 b Wales: arrived Quebec from Liverpool aboard Corsican, destination Winnipeg MB, intending to remain in Canada permanently North American shipping & migration

1916 @ 27  b England ^ 823 Strathcome Street, Winnepeg (Lauria)

1921 @ 32 b Wales ^ 365 Mountain Avenue, Winnipeg

4Mar1926 arrived Seattle WA from Victoria BC aboard Princess Alice North American legal records

5Oct1926 housewife @ 37 b 23Apr1889 Cardiff ^ 671½ Broadway Street, Venice: declaration of intention [naturalisation] North American legal records

1930 @ 41 b England ^ 619 Broadway Avenue, Los Angeles

1930 ^ 619 Broadway Street, Venice Other North American population surveys

1933 ^ 2300 Penmore Ave, Venice Other North American population surveys

1936 ^ 1141 Rialto Ave, Venice Other North American population surveys

1938 ^ 2008 Walnut Avenue, Venice Other North American population surveys

26May1938 ^ 2008 Walnut Avenue, Venice: naturalisation petition lodged, admitted 26Aug1938 North American legal records

d 19Sep1969 Santa Monica

bur 23Sep1969 Woodlawn Cemetery, Santa Monica North American memorial inscriptions

dau    Muriel Grace MITCHELMORE

b 12Jan1915 Winnipeg North American legal records

chr Feb1915

1916 @ 1 b SK ^ 823 Strathcome Street, Winnipeg (Muriel G)

1921 @ 6 b MB ^ 365 Mountain Avenue, Winnipeg MB with parents

1930 @ 15 b England ^ 619 Broadway Avenue, Los Angeles with parents (Muriel)

1934 student, Venice High School & Venice Skill Center, Venice (Muriel) North American life events

m1 194x CA, Blaine EVANS

m2 2May1972 Honolulu HI, Robert David GALUSHA

m3 199x, CAMPBELL

d 1998; bur Woodlawn Cemetery, Santa Monica CA (Muriel Mitchelmore CAMPBELL)

dau    Millicent Loreen MITCHELMORE

b 14Oct1918 Winnipeg

1921 @ 2 b MB ^ 365 Mountain Avenue, Winnipeg MB with parents

d 24Aug1929 Venice

 

 

 

 

Edwin

Edwin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edwin & Laura

Edwin & Laura

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Muriel & Robert

Muriel & Robert

 

Muriel's memorial

Muriel's memorial

 

Millicent

Millicent

 

Millicent's memorial

Millicent's memorial


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1396

head  Ernest Lionel Quirke MITCHELMORE

b 1889.2 Cardiff

b 5Mar1889 Cardiff

known as Lionel

1891 @ 2 b Glamorgan, Cardiganshire ^ Miller of Mansfield Hotel, Goring, Oxfordshire with parents (Lionel MUCHMORE)

1901 pupil @ 12 b Cardiff ^ Godwin College, 29-31 Godwin Road, Margate, Kent, with brother Norman and sister Doris (Lionel); head: Fanny SAXBY, housekeeper

chr 10Apr1905 Reading St Mary (Lionel Ernest Quirke)

13Jun1915 farmer @ 25: arrived Liverpool aboard Lapland from New York, intended residence 4 Woodfield Road, Ealing, last permanent residence Canada (Lionel) UK shipping & migration

20Aug1918 commercial [traveller] @ 29: arrived Liverpool aboard Lapland from New York, intended residence Ffrwddgred, Goring on Thames, last permanent residence Japan (L E Q) UK shipping & migration

9Oct1918 shipping agent: enlisted in RAF as cadet pilot 184218, transferred to Reserve 13Feb1919, discharged 30Apr1920 Royal Air Force records

2May1919 merchantile assistant @ 30: departed London aboard Borneo Maru for Yokohama, Japan, intending to reside in China (L E Q) UK shipping & migration

19May1919 unm commercial [traveller] @ 30 yr 1 mo ^ Reading: arrived New York from London aboard Borneo Maru, destination Peking;; nearest relative in UK father E MITCHEMORE ^ Ffrwddgrech, Goring on Thames (Lionel E Q) North American shipping & migration

25Feb1922 accountant @ 32: departed Liverpool aboard Amarapoora for Rangoon, Burma, intending to reside in Singapore (L E Q) UK shipping & migration

3Jan1923 accountant @ 33: arrived London aboard Nankin from Singapore, intended residence 92 Crescent Road, Reading; last permanent residence Singapore (Mr M) UK shipping & migration

m 1932.4 Manchester S (Lionel E)

1939 @ 50 ^ Brighton (Lionel E)

d 1957.1 Bournemouth @ 68 (Lionel Ernest)

sp      Marie Danielle J CREAIGH-BERRY

b 15May1901

m 1932.4 Manchester S (Marie D J)

1939 @ 50 ^ Brighton (Marie D/N J)

d Jul1984 Bournemouth

 

 

 

 

 

Godwin College was a "gentleman's school" owned by Edward MALTBY. In 1901, it had 18 pupils.

 

Lionel was baptised at the same ceremony as his brother Norman.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1140

head  William Norman MITCHELMORE

b 1891.1 Bradfield

b 2Nov1890

known as Norman

1891 @ 4 mo b Goring, Oxfordshire ^ Miller of Mansfield Hotel, Goring, Oxfordshire with parents (Norman MUCHMORE)

1901 pupil @ 10 b Goring, Berkshire ^ Godwin College, 29-31 Godwin Road, Margate, Kent, with brother Lionel and sister Doris (Norman); head: Fanny SAXBY, housekeeper

chr 10Apr1905 Reading St Mary (Lionel Ernest Quirke)

1911 accountant @ 20 b Goring, Oxfordshire ^ Manor Road, Goring, Berkshire

m 1927.3 Reading (Norman W)

1939 @ 49 ^ Reading (William Norman)

d 1981.1 Hove

sp      Dorothy JOHNSON

b 26Mar1895

m 1927.3 Reading

1939 @ 43 ^ Reading

d Feb1985 Hove

 

 

 

 

 

Godwin College was a "gentleman's school" owned by Edward MALTBY. In 1901, it had 18 pupils.

 

Norman was baptised at the same ceremony as his brother Lionel.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0217

head  William George MITCHELMORE

(b 1890) Plymouth

1901 @ 11 b Plymouth ^ 31 Cambridge Lane, Plymouth with parents (Willie)

1911 baker @ 21 b Plymouth ^ 3 Elim Terrace, Plymouth with mother (William)

m 1911.3 Plymouth (William G)

1939 @ 50 ^ Plymouth (William G)

1939 ^ 25 Old Laira Road, Plymouth: full time air raid warden, paid £3 per week (W/William) British Army records

d 1961.3 Plymouth @ 71

sp      Edith Dorothy MURCH

b 1890.1 Plymouth

1891 @ 1 b Plymouth ^ 4 Catherine Street, Plymouth St Andrew with parents

1901 pupil @ 9 b Plymouth ^ Plymouth [not at home] (Edith C)

1911 @ 19 b Plymouth ^ Plymouth in an institution (Edith)

m 1911.3 Plymouth

1939 @ 48 ^ Plymouth (Edith M)

d 1944.4 Plymouth @ 53 (Edith May)

son    William George MITCHELMORE

b 1911.3 Plymouth

d 1918.4 East Stonehouse @ 7

son    Richard Stanley MITCHELMORE

b 1913.1 Plymouth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For some unknown reason, William's birth was also registered in 1911.4 Plymouth.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0989

head  Richard Stanley MITCHELMORE

b 1899.2 Plymouth

b 1Mar1899

chr 17Mar1899 Plymouth Holy Trinity

1901 @ 2 b Plymouth ^ 31 Cambridge Lane, Plymouth with parents (Stanley)

19Apr1909 ^ 31 Cambridge Lane W: admitted to Plymouth Public School, previously at Oxford Street Boys School UK life events

1911 scholar @ 12 b Plymouth ^ 3 Elim Terrace, Plymouth with mother (Stanley)

13Jan1917 enlisted in British Army: private 34162 Dorsetshire Regiment British Army records

1919 awarded British War and Victory Medals British Army records

m 1924.3 Plympton (Stanley Richard)

m 28Jul1924 Plympton St Mary Hooe, HINE

1939 @ 40 ^ Plymouth (Stanley)

29Dec1964 skilled labourer, Ministry of Defence, Devonport: awarded Imperial Service Medal on his retirement UK life events

d Jan1988 Newton Abbot

sp      Kathleen Mary HINE

b 1897.1 Plympton

b 12Nov1896

m 1924.3 Plympton

m 28Jul1924 Plympton St Mary Hooe, MITCHELMORE

1939 @ 42 ^ Plymouth

d 1980.3 Plymouth

son    Roy Colin MITCHELMORE

b 1926.3 Plympton (Roy C)

 

 

Richard was baptised at the same ceremony as his sister Winifred.

 

 

Richard

Richard


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1371

head  William Richard MITCHELMORE

b 1904.3 Plymouth

b 3Jun1904 Plymouth

chr 22Jun1904 Plymouth Charles

1911 school @ 6 b Plymouth ^ 39 Claremont Street, Ope, Plymouth with parents (William)

28Aug1911 ^ 39 Claremont Street: admitted to Plymouth Public School, previously at Oxford Street Infants School (Wm Rd) UK life events

26Feb1920 scholar: enlisted in the Royal Navy as Ordinary Boy Artificer, No. M35408; promoted 5Apr1920 Ordinary Artificer Apprentice, 1Jul1924 Ordinary Artificer 5, 1Jul1925 Acting Ordinary Artificer 4, 14Jul1926 Ordinary Artificer 4, 1Jul1928 Ordinary Artificer 3 Royal Navy records

m 1931.1 Portsmouth, LEVETT

28Sep1937 OA2 M35408, HMS Eclipse/Drake: awarded Long Service & Good Conduct Medal Royal Navy records

d Feb1989 Portsmouth

d 7Feb1989 personal communication

sp      Hilda Ellen LEVETT

b 3Jun1908

m 1931.1 Portsmouth (Hilda E)

1939 @ 31 ^ Portsmouth (Hilda E)

d Jan1990 Portsmouth

d 5Jan1990 personal communication

son    Brian William MITCHELMORE

b 1931.4 Portsmouth

confidential persons omitted

 

 

William

William

 

 

 

 

 

Another source has Hilda's birth date as 10Jul1907.

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0819

head  Evelyn MITCHELMORE

b 1894.4 Christchurch

1901 school boy @ 6 b Pokesdown ^ Christchurch Road, Pokesdown with parents

1911 apprentice grocer @ 16 b Bournemouth ^ 313 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth with parents

8Feb1916 ^ 318 Christchurch Road, Boscombe: enlisted in British Army, gunner 2163 Territorial Force, then 851065 21st R Bty, Royal Field Artillery British Army records

1919 awarded British War medal British Army records

m 1921.4 Romsey, HUMBY

1939 @ 45 ^ Twickenham

d 1948.3 Surrey MidE @ 53

sp      Florence Edith HUMBY

b 1890.1 Southampton

m 1921.4 Romsey (Florence E)

d 1956.3 Surrey MidE @ 66

son    Victor Gordon MITCHELMORE

b 1922.4 Poole

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0987

head  Clement MITCHELMORE

b 1898.4 Christchurch

1901 @ 2 b Pokesdown ^ Christchurch Road, Pokesdown with parents

1911 scholar @ 12 b Bournemouth ^ 313 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth with parents

1919 Private 7005 Gloucestershire Regiment, 2998 Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, 38411 Royal Berkshire Regiment, 48443 Royal Warwickshire Regiment, 70973 Manchester Regiment: awarded British War and Victory medals British Army records

m 1924.2 Aylesbury, PARKER

1939 @ 41 ^ Heston & Isleworth, Middlesex

d 1947.1 Brentford @ 48

d 4Mar1947 286 Great West Road, Hounslow: grocers assistant UK wills & probates

sp      Catherine Laura PARKER

b 1902.2 Fordingbridge

m 1924.2 Aylesbury (Catherine I)

1939 @ 38 ^ Heston & Isleworth, Middlesex (Catherine)

1947 personal representative of deceased [husband] Clement MITCHELMORE (Kate) UK wills & probates

d 1947.3 Brentford @ 46

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1472

head  Roland Gortleigh MITCHELMORE

b 1901.1 Christchurch (Roland)

1901 @ 1 mo b Pokesdown ^ Christchurch Road, Pokesdown with parents (Roland)

1911 scholar @ 10 b Bournemouth ^ 313 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth with parents (Roland)

29Oct1918 clerk ^ Christchurch Road, Boscombe Park, Bournemouth: enlisted in Royal Air Force as cadet pilot 184862; demobilised as lieutenant 10 Jan 1919 (R) Royal Air Force records

15Feb1919 cadet pilot 184862: promoted to Temporary 2nd Lieutenant [cancelled 30Jan1920] Royal Air Force records

1924 @ 23 sailed from London for Melbourne (Roland) UK shipping & migration

1931 selector: acquired 106 acre tobacco farm AF1640 in Tinaroo QLD (Roland St Gortleigh) Australian life events

1934 took 12 mo leave of absence from selection Australian life events

1934 Capt, RAF ^ 7-Mile Siding, Mareeba QLD (Roland) Australian population surveys

1938 forfeited AF1640 after sucession of crop failures Australian life events

subsequently acquired selection on Paddy’s Green QLD, took active interest in tobacco politics, became a director on the board of the local Cooperative Association, sold up in 1947 Australian life events

1943 farmer ^ Paddy’s Green, Mareeba Australian population surveys

m 1948 Liverpool NSW, HOLCOMBE (Roland)

1954 farmer ^ Ninth Avenue, Austral NSW (Roland MITCHELLMORE) Australian population surveys

d 1954 Liverpool, "parents: William and Dollam"

d 18Aug1954 Austral @ 53 (Ronald) Australian newspaper announcements

d 18Aug1954 @ 53; bur Liverpool (Roland St Gortleigh)

sp      Eileen Doris HOLCOMBE

b 15Mar1906 UK shipping & migration

m 1948 Liverpool

1954-1963 home duties ^ Ninth Avenue, Austral (MITCHELLMORE) Australian population surveys

20Sep1958 single housewife b 15Mar1906: departed London aboard Iberia for Sydney NSW UK shipping & migration

1980 home duties ^ Edmondson Avenue, Austral Australian population surveys

1995 ^ 160 Edmondson Avenue, Austral (E D) Australian population surveys

 

Roland’s middle name apparently came from Gortleigh Cottage, where his parents lived when they first moved to Bournemouth in 1885.

 

 

 

Roland's memorial

Roland's memorial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Roland's third cousin Charles Ewart and his wife Eleanor sailed from London to Sydney earlier in 1958. It is not known if Eileen knew them.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1373

head  Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1879.4 Kingsbridge

b 9Sep1879 Modbury UK life events

1881 @ 1 b Modbury ^ Broad Street, Modbury with parents

1891 scholar @ 12 b Modbury ^ Broad Street, Modbury with parents

1891 admitted to South Molton National School UK life events

1911 dealer, draper @ 31 b Modbury ^ Broad Street, Modbury with mother

m 1931.1 Totnes, GEATCHES

m 10Feb1931 personal communication

1939 @ 59 ^ Paignton

d 27Jan1964 personal communication

d 1964.1 Totnes @ 84

sp      Florence Olive GEATCHES

b 25May1896

m 1931.1 Totnes

m 10Feb1931 (Florence O) personal communication

1939 @ 43 ^ Paignton (Florence O)

d Oct1984 Torbay

d 17Oct1984 personal communication

confidential persons omitted

It is not known why Charles attended a school in South Molton, which is 122 km from Modbury by road.

 

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Memorial plaque in St George's Church, Modbury

The plaque lists Charles, Frederick, Horace and Sydney. Charles's war service record has not yet been found.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0247

head  Horace John MITCHELMORE

b 1883.1 Kingsbridge

b 21Nov1882 (?) UK newspaper announcements

1891 scholar @ 9 b Modbury ^ Broad Street, Modbury

1901 student @ 18 b Modbury ^ Grammar School, Dodbrooke

1901 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Clerk of the Second Division after open competition, appointed to Registrar-General's Office, Scotland UK life events

Sep1903 appointed to the Post Office UK life events

1911 master, teaching @ 28 b Modbury ^ Ongar Union Workbouse, Chipping Ongar, Essex

m 1913.4 Warminster, CRUSE

m 26Dec1913 personal communication

11Dec1914 posted to France British Army records

1915 certified assistant, Bodfeirig School, St Ann’s (Bethesda) @ 32: killed in action British Army records

d 28Jul1915: private 10043 2nd Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, b Modbury ^ Warminster; bur St Vaast Post Military Cemetery, Richebourg-L'Avoue, Pas de Calais, France (H J) British Army records

d 27Jul1915 @ 32; bur Modbury [memorial only]

1919 awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (Horace J) British Army records

sp      Lily CRUSE

b 1886.4 Wells

b 188x Wookey, Somerset personal communication

m 1913.4 Warminster

m 26Dec1913 personal communication

1939 @ 52 ^ Warminster, Wiltshire

d 1950.1 New Forest @ 63

bur 1950 Lymington, Hampshire personal communication

son    Horace Charles Vernon MITCHELMORE

b 1915.2 Warminster

ason  Basil K MITCHELMORE

b 1919.1 Weymouth

ason  Brian MITCHELMORE

(b 1931)

suffered from bad health, may have had a mental problem personal communication

d 1947.3 New Forest @ 16

1939 @ 8 ^ Warminster, Wiltshire with adoptive mother

died of tuberculosis personal communication

Horace

 Horace

 

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Modbury War Memorial

 

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Memorial plaque in St George's Church, Modbury


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0240

head  William MITCHELMORE

b 1885.3 Kingsbridge

b 21May1885 Modbury personal communication

1891 @ 7 b Modbury ^ Broad Street, Modbury with parents

1901 @ 15 b Modbury ^ 5 Broad Street, Modbury with parents

1911 draper @ 25 b Modbury ^ 181 Newfoundland Road, Bristol. Also in household: his sister Ethel

m 1912.3 Bristol, BROWN

m 5Aug1912 personal communication

1914 draper ^ 181 Newfoundland Road, St Paul's, Bristol

1939 @ 54 ^ Bristol

d 1959.1 Bristol @ 73

d 10Feb1959 personal communication

sp      Evelyn Mary Elizabeth BROWN

b 1885.3 Bristol (Evelyn Mary E)

b 20Jul1885 personal communication

m 1912.3 Bristol

m 5Aug1912 personal communication

1939 @ 54 ^ Bristol (Evelyn M E)

d 1975.3 Plymouth (Evelyn Mary L)

d 10Jul1976 personal communication

dau    Beryl Annie MITCHELMORE

b 1914.2 Bristol

b 28Feb1914 Bristol (?) UK newspaper announcements

m 1940.3 Bristol, Harold James FLOOK (Beryl A)

1939 @ 25 ^ Bristol with parents (Beryl A)

m 17Aug1940 personal communication

d 26Mar1998 personal communication

dau    Mary Doreen MITCHELMORE

b 1920.3 Bristol

b 16Jul1920 Bristol (?) UK newspaper announcements

1939 @ 19 ^ Bristol with parents (Mary D)

m 1941.4 Bristol, Leonard COX

m 26Dec1941, Leonard COX personal communication

d Jan2000 Crawley

son    William John MITCHELMORE

b 1925.4 Bristol

confidential persons omitted

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William (right) with
his brother Horace

 

Evelyn Mary Elizabeth

Evelyn

 

The 1914 newspaper birth announcement stated that Beryl was a son.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0285

head  John Frederick MITCHELMORE

b 1886.4 Kingsbridge

b 1Oct1886 Modbury North American military records

1891 scholar @ 5 b Modbury (John)

1901 @ 14 b Modbury ^ 5 Broad Street, Modbury with parents (Frederick J)

1911 elementary school teacher, boarder @ 24 b Modbury ^ Green Street, Stourbridge (John F); head: William JONES, chamois leather finisher

31Dec1913 teacher @ 27 departed Bristol aboard Royal George for St John NB (John) UK shipping & migration

24May1916 enlisted in Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force at North Battleford SK: school teacher b 1Oct1886 Modbury ^ North Battleford; next of kin: Mrs J F MITCHELMORE, 102 Blackburn Road, Sheffield England; previously served 2 yr Devon Rifle Volunteers North American military records

m 1917.2 Sheffield, BEARD (John F)

m 20Jun1917 Sheffield personal communication

1920 member, National Union of Teachers, Kettering, Northamptonshire (J F) British Army records

1939 @ 53 ^ Manchester (John F)

d 12Sep1950; bur Southern Cemetery, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Lancashire

d 1950.3 Manchester @ 63

sp      Elsie BEARD

b 1892.4 Wortley

b 26Sep1892 personal communication

m 1917.2 Sheffield

m 20Jun1917 Sheffield personal communication

24May1916 ^ 102 Blackburn Road, Sheffield (Mrs J F) North American military records

1939 @ 47 ^ Manchester

d 1949.1 Manchester @ 56

d 10Jan1949 personal communication

son    Eric Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1921.1 Chorlton [Cheshire]

son    Fred MITCHELMORE

b 1922.4 Chorlton

confidential persons omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 John's war service is commemorated on a plaque in St George's Church, Modbury.

 

 

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John & Elsie


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0857

head  Sydney Frank MITCHELMORE

b 1888.3 Kingsbridge

b 14Jul1888 personal communication

1901 @ 12 b Modbury ^ 5 Broad Street, Modbury with parents

1911 draper's assistant, boarder @ b Modbury ^ 36-52 Clarence Road, Bristol (Sidney Frank)

m 1916.2 Bristol, FISH (Sidney F)

m 8Apr1916 Russell Town Congregational Church, Bristol: Sidney F MITCHELMORE, MT, ASC ^ Modbury;  Millicent G FISH, eldest daughter of Mr & Mrs F FISH ^ 52 Victoria Avenue, Redfield UK newspaper announcements

19Mar1918 Private DM2/154901, Army Service Corps (Bristol): awarded Military Medal (S F) British Army records

"Sidney worked as a driver in an ammunition column. One day, when he was racing back from the front having delivered ammunition under shell fire, he noticed a badly injured soldier on the roadside. He managed to get the man on to his vehicle, but then discovered that the petrol pipe had been hit and that there were thirty bullet holes in the lorry. Despite all this, Private Mitchelmore managed to coax the vehicle back to safety and was subsequently awarded the Military Medal for his bravery." personal communication

1919 private 154901 Army Service Corps attached to Royal Garrison Artillery: awarded British War and Victory medals (S F) British Army records

1939 @ 51 ^ Bristol (Sidney F)

d 1942.2 Bristol @ 53

d 24May1942, "funeral at Russell Town Congregational Church” (Sidney Frank) UK newspaper announcements

d 24May1942 Cossham Memorial Hospital, Bristol: ^ 59 Devon Road, Bristol; letter of administration granted 24Jul1942 Bristol to Millicent Grace MITCHELMORE, widow, estate £690 0s 0d (Sidney Frank) UK wills & probates

sp      Millicent Grace FISH

b 3Jul1893 personal communication

m1 1916.2 Bristol, MITCHELMORE

m1 8Apr1916 Russell Town Congregational Church, Bristol UK newspaper announcements

1939 @ 46 ^ Bristol (Millicent G)

1942 ^ 59 Devon Road, Bristol UK wills & probates

m2 1945.1 Bristol, Samuel DUERDON

d 1971.1 Bristol (DUERDEN)

d 2Jan1971 personal communication

dau    Joan Mavis MITCHELMORE

b 1920.3 Bristol

b 20Jun1920 personal communication

1939 @ 19 ^ Bristol with parents (Joan M)

m1 1942.2 Bristol, EDGE personal communication

m1 3Apr1942, Thomas William EDGE personal communication

m2 3Apr1971, Frederick Harry Donald WALLIS personal communication

d 12Mar2011 St George Care Centre, Bristol personal communication

son    Harold George MITCHELMORE

b 1923.2 Bristol

 

Sydney Frank

Sydney

 

 

 

 

Sydney's war service is commemorated on a plaque in St George's Church, Modbury.

 

 

 

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


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0796

head  Harry MITCHELMORE

b 1891.1 Christchurch

1891 @ 3 mo b Boscombe, Hampshire ^ 68 Haviland Road, Christchurch, Hampshire with parents

1901 @ 10 b Boscombe ^ 78 Haviland Road, Bournemouth with parents

1911 plasterer @ 20 b Boscombe ^  71 Haviland Road, Boscombe with parents

m 1915.1 Christchurch, ADEY

m 6Jun1915 Bournemouth British Army records

11Dec1915 removal contractor @ 24 yr 11 mo ^ 63 Haviland Road, Bournemouth: enlisted British Army, gunner 121031 Royal Garrison Artillery British Army records

d 12Mar1919: lance bombardier 121031 374th Siege Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery, @ 28, son of Henry and Augusta MITCHELMORE of 71 Haviland Road., Boscombe, Bournemouth, husband of Elizabeth MITCHELMORE of 63 Haviland Road., Boscombe, Bournemouth British Army records

d 12Mar1919 Canadian General Hospital, Etaples, France, "from bronchopneumonia; awarded British War and Victory medals" British Army records

bur 1919 Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France

sp      Elizabeth ADEY

(b 1885)

m 1915.1 Christchurch

m 6Jun1915 Bournemouth British Army records

15Sep1919 awarded widow's pension of 44s 2d British Army records

1939 @ 54 ^ Bournemouth

d 1949.4 Bournemouth @ 64

son    Frederick Harry MITCHELMORE

b 1916.3 Christchurch (Frederick H)

b 28Jun1916

1939-1945 private 220475, Royal Army Service Corps: held prisoner of war at Stalag 344, Lamsdorf (F H) British Army records

1948-1960 ^ 63 Haviland Road, Bournemouth personal communication

d Oct1988 Bournemouth

died of a major heart attack personal communication

dau    Olive Cicely MITCHELMORE

b 1919.3 Christchurch

b 22Jun1919 personal communication

1939 @ 20 ^ Bournemouth with mother (Olive C)

m 1947.2 Bournemouth, Charles W PIKE

1948-1960 ^ 63 Haviland Road, Bournemouth personal communication

d 9May2001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Harry's memorial


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0248

head  Percy MITCHELMORE

b 1892.3 Christchurch

1901 @ 8 b Boscombe, Hampshire ^ 78 Haviland Road, Bournemouth with parents

1911 pork butcher @ 18 b Boscombe ^  71 Haviland Road, Boscombe with parents

m 1915.2 Christchurch, HALLETT

1919 @ 27 ^ 66 Boscombe Grove Road, Bournemouth British Army records

1939 @ 47 ^ Bournemouth

d 1966.4 Bournemouth @ 74

sp      Ellen Edith HALLETT

b 22Nov1894

m 1915.2 Christchurch

1939 @ 45 ^ Bournemouth (Ellen E)

d 1973.4 Bournemouth

son    Derrick Hugh MITCHELMORE

b 1915.4 Christchurch

son    John Robert MITCHELMORE

b 1918.2 Poole

 

 

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Percy and Ellen


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0893

head  John MITCHELMORE

b 1893.2 Paddington

b 5Mar1893 personal communication

1901 @ 8 b Paddington ^ 23 Oxford Drive, Plymouth with parents

6May1901 admitted to Charles Boys School, Plymouth; previously at a private school UK life events

3Apr1913 storekeeper @ 20: arrived Southampton aboard Grantully Castle from Cape Town with father, last permanent residence South Africa (Mr J)

3May1913 telegraphist @ 20: departed London aboard Braemar Castle for Cape Town, South Africa with father (J) UK shipping & migration

16Jul1915 clerk @ 22: arrived Plymouth aboard Dunvegan Castle from Cape Town, last permanent residence Rhodesia (J) UK shipping & migration

9Aug1915 clerk @ 22 yr 5 mo ^ 19 Hawarden Grove, Croxted Road, Herne Hill: enlisted in British Army, Private G10985 Royal West Surrey Regiment; previously served 1911-1914 in Rhodesia, passage to England refunded British Army records

m 1915.4 Lambeth, WHITE

m 6Nov1915 Register Office, Lambeth British Army records

3Mar1916 discharged because "a recruit with more than three months service [is] considered medically unfit for further service"; also suffered from epilepsy British Army records

1916 returned to Southern Rhodesia [now Zimbabwe] personal communication

1919 awarded British Army medal British Army records

d 23Nov1942 Port Alfred, Bathurst, Cape Province, South Africa @ 49; storekeeper, Rhodesian railways ^ Umtali, Southern Rhodesia, cause heart failure South African records

bur 1942, East Bank Cemetery, Port Alfred South African records

sp      Ethel WHITE

(b 1894)

m 1915.4 Lambeth

m 6Nov1915 Register Office, Lambeth personal communication

7Mar1921 wife @ 25: arrived Southampton aboard Kenilworth Castle from Cape Town, last permanent residence Rhodesia UK shipping & migration

12Aug1921 @ 25: departed Southampton aboard Kenilworth Castle for Cape Town, South Africa, with mother (Mrs) UK shipping & migration

d 21Jan1970 Zimbabwe @ 76 personal communication

son    John Edward MITCHELMORE

b 10Jan1917 Umtali, Southern Rhodesia [now Mutare, Zimbabwe] personal communication

son    George Edward MITCHELMORE

b Oct1918 Zimbabwe

son    Leslie MITCHELMORE

(b 1920) Zimbabwe [twin] personal communication

son    Frankie MITCHELMORE

(b 1920) Zimbabwe [twin] personal communication

7Mar1921 @ 1: arrived Southampton aboard Kenilworth Castle from Cape Town with mother, last permanent residence Rhodesia UK shipping & migration

12Aug1921 @ 1: departed Southampton aboard Kenilworth Castle for Cape Town, South Africa (?) UK shipping & migration

d 1925 @ 5 personal communication

confidential persons omitted

 

 

 

 

 

Army records suggest that John was already living in Rhodesia by 1911.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0156

head  Leslie Frank MITCHELMORE

b 1898.2 Totnes

b 24Mar1898 Totnes North American shipping & migration North American legal records

chr 15May1898 Bridgetown

1901 @ 3 b Totnes ^ Behind No. 27, Bridgetown with parents

1911 scholar @ 13 b Totnes ^ 18 Brooklands, Bridgetown with parents

1919 acting corporal 3227/266484 Devonshire Regiment: awarded British War and Victory medals (Leslie F) British Army records

14Mar1921 farm labourer @ 22 b Totnes: departed Liverpool aboard Melita for St John NB, destination Mr John FARRELL, Forest ON, passage paid by Overseas Settlement Committee North American shipping & migration

19Apr1921 farm labourer @ 22 b England: arrived St John NB aboard Melita from Liverpool, destination Forest ON, OSC permit North American shipping & migration

1921 farm labourer @ 23 b England ^ Bosanquet ON, lodging with Orville JAMISON, farmer

7Jan1922 machinist @ 24 ^ Sarnia ON: entered USA at Port Huron MI, final destination Maryswill MI (Leslie) [also 24Jun1922] North American shipping & migration

1926-1946 ^ MI North American shipping & migration

10Feb1928 naturalised as US citizen North American legal records

m 11Feb1926 Manhattan NY: Leslie Frank MITCHELMORE @ 27 b Totnes; Ellen Louise LEAR @ 24 b Torquay

1930 foreman, lubrication company @ 32 b England ^ 4082 Grande Avenue, Detroit; first married @ 32 (Leslie F)

1940 foreman, radiator factory @ 42 b England ^ 11326 Terry Street, Detroit MI (Leslie F)

2May1948 farmer b 24Mar1898 Totnes ^ 15024 Sorrento, Detroit, US citizen:  arrived Port Huron MI by the Blue Water International Bridge from Thetford ON (Leslie F) North American shipping & migration

11Jun1948 farmer @ 50, US citizen: arrived Southampton aboard Aquitania from Halifax NS, intended residence 15 Goshen Road, Chelston, Torquay (Leslie) UK shipping & migration

24Sep1948 farmer @ 50: departed Southampton aboard Queen Mary for New York (Frank) UK shipping & migration

30Sep1948 US citizen: arrived New York from Southampton aboard Queen Mary, bound for 15024 Sorrento, Detroit (Leslie F) North American shipping & migration

1950 maintenance man, Henry Ford Hospital ^ 2070 Browning Avene, Royal Oak MI (Leslie F) Other North American population surveys

sp      Ellen Louise LEAR

b 1901.3 Newton Abbot

b 14Jul1901 Torquay North American shipping & migration

1911 @ 9 ^ Chelston with parents William Henry and Louisa (Ellen Louis)

10Feb1926 shop assistant @ 24 b Torquay, mother Louise LEAR, 15 Goslen Road, Torquay: arrived New York aboard Paris, bound for Detroit North American shipping & migration

m 11Feb1926 Manhattan NY

1930 @ 28 b England ^ 4082 Grande Avenue, Detroit MI; naturalisation papers submitted; first married @ 28 (Ellen M)

2May1932 naturalised as US citizen, Detroit North American shipping & migration

24Jul1933 housewife @ 32, US citizen: arrived Plymouth aboard Alaunia from Montreal QC, intended residence 15 Goshen Road, Chelston, Torquay (Ellen) UK shipping & migration

26Aug1933 housewife @ 32 ^ 15 Goshen Road, Chelston, US citizen: departed Southampton aboard Alaunia for Montreal (Ellen) UK shipping & migration

26Aug1933 married US citizen @ 32 ^ 5436 Kingston Avenue, Dearborn MI: arrived Montreal QC aboard Alaunia from Southampton (Ellen L) North American shipping & migration

5Sep1933 arrived Detroit Border Crossing @ 32 b England, US citizen ^ 5436 Kingston Ave, Dearborn MI (Ellen)

1940 @ 38 b England ^ 11326 Terry Street, Detroit MI (Ellen L)

2May1948 housewife b 14Jul1901 Torquae ^ 15024 Sorrento, Detroit, US citizen: arrived Port Huron MI by the Blue Water International Bridge from Thetford ON; North American shipping & migration

11Jun1948 housewife @ 46, US citizen: arrived Southampton aboard Aquitania from Halifax NS, intended residence 15 Goshen Road, Chelston, Torquay (Ellen) UK shipping & migration

24Sep1948 housewife @ 47 ^ 15 Goshen Road, Chelston: departed Southampton aboard Queen Mary  for New York  (Ellen) UK shipping & migration

30Sep1948 US citizen: arrived New York aboard Queen Mary from Southampton,  bound for 15024 Sorrento, Detroit (Ellen L) North American shipping & migration

4May1960  widowed housewife b 14 Jul 1901, US citizen: arrived Southampton aboard Ivernia from Halifax, intended residence 4 Florida Road, Torquay, (Ellen) UK shipping & migration

1950 ^ 2070 Browning Avene, Royal Oak (Leslie F) Other North American population surveys

1953-1968 widow ^ Thedford ON (Mrs Nellie) Other North American population surveys

1Jun1960 booked to sail from Liverpool to Montreal aboard Ivernia accompanied by [father] William LEAR ^ 4 Florida Road, Torquay, but deleted from passenger list UK shipping & migration

d Feb1984 Canada @ 82 b 14Jul1901 (Ellen) US Social Security Death Index

d 1984; bur Pinehill United Cemetery, Thedford ON (Ellen L)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On their visits to England, Leslie and Ellen apparently stayed with Ellen's parents.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ellen's memorial 

Ellen's memorial


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1154

head  William Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1902.3 Totnes

chr 10Aug1902 Bridgetown

1911 school @ 8 b Bridgetown ^ 18 Brooklands, Bridgetown with parents

m 1928.4 Brentford (William E)

1936 hot water fitter UK wills & probates

1939 @ 37 ^ Brentford & Chiswick (William)

d 1949.1 Ealing @ 46

sp      Ellen M WIMPORY

b 1903.3 Brentford

m 1928.4 Brentford

1939 @ 36 ^ Brentford & Chiswick (Eileen M)

d 1962.2 Ealing @ 58

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1382

head  Cyril Eric MITCHELMORE

b 1911.3 Totnes

b 21Jul1911 Totnes British Army records

chr 24Sep1911 Berry Pomeroy

21Apr1926 errand boy: enlisted in Royal Artillery, No. 1068019; discharged 23 Mar 1927, services no longer required British Army records

m 1931.4 Exeter, BAKER

1939 @ 28 ^ Exeter (Cyril E)

d 1961.4 Exeter @ 50

sp      Vera Rosina A D BAKER

b 3Feb1913 Exeter

m 1931.4 Exeter (Vera R A D)

1939 @ 26 ^ Exeter (Vera R)

d Jul1987 Exeter (Vera Rosina A)

dau    Eileen V MITCHELMORE

b 1934.3 Exeter

1939 @ 5 ^ Exeter with parents (MIMITCHELMORE)

m 1961.1 Exeter, Albert P HARRIS

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 2462

head  Robert John MITCHELMORE

b 1885.3 Plymouth

b 15Jul1885 Plymouth

chr 29Jul1885 Plymouth Charles

1891 scholar @ 5 b Plymouth ^ 12 North Kensington Terrace, Plymouth with parents (Robert)

1901 railway engine cleaner @ 15 ^ 43 Oakfield Terrace, Plymouth with parents (Robert J)

22Aug1903 tram conductor: enlisted in Royal Navy as Provision Cooks Mate 2, No. 3452742; promoted 2Oct1903 Cooks Mate, 5Aug1904 Cooks Mate, 17May1909 Acting Leading Cooks Mate, 9Sep1910 Leading Cooks Mate, 1Oct1912 Ships Cook, 23Mar1917 Chief Ships Cook, 17May1919 Chief Petty Officer Cook; discharged 26Jun1924 Royal Navy records

m1 1907.3 Devonport (Robert J) [indexed under MICHELMORE and MITCHELMORE]

m1 20Jul1907 Plymouth St Barnabas, Devonport: Robert John MITCHELMORE, cook's mate RN @ 22 ^ 43 Oakfield Terrace, father Robert Edwin MITCHELMORE; May Louisa STEVENS @ 24 ^ 32 Holdsworth Street, father Charles STEVENS; witness Charles STEVENS

1911 leading cook's mate, navy @ 26 b Plymouth ^ 76 Cattedown Road, Plymouth (Robert)

1919 chief ship's cook 346274, HMS Vivid: awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (Robt J) Royal Navy records

m2 1928.2 Totnes, MARDON

1939 @ 54 ^ Brixham (Robert J MICHELMORE)

d 1947.2 Totnes @ 61

d 19Apr1947 4 Overgang Road, Brixham @ 61; bur Higher Brixham Non-Conformist Cemetery, Brixham

sp1    Mary Louisa STEVENS

(b 1883) Plymouth

m 1907.3 Devonport

m 20Jul1907 Plymouth St Barnabas, Devonport (May Louisa)

1911 @ 27 b Plymouth ^ 76 Cattedown Road, Plymouth (Louisa)

d 1926.2 Plympton @ 46 (Louisa Mary)

d 23May1926 (Louisa Mary) UK newspaper announcements

sp2    Melissa Sins MARDON

b 14Nov1890

b 1891.1 Totnes

m 1928.2 Totnes

1939 @ 49 ^ Brixham (Mellisa S MICHELMORE)

d 1978.3 Torbay

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert & Mary

Robert & Mary


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0935

head  Ernest William Algar MITCHELMORE

b 1893.3 Hendon

1901 @ 6 b Paddington ^ 143 Florence Terrace, Plymouth with mother and stepfather (Ernest W)

1911 railway clerk @ 17 b Queens Park ^ The Lodge, Kingswood, Watford with uncle William SCOTT [presumably his mother’s brother]

1919 corporal 2105 Middlesex Regiment, 94407 Machine Gun Corps: awarded British War medal  (Ernest W A) British Army records

m 1920.3 Lambeth (Ernest W A)

m 2Oct1920 St Matthew, Brixton: Ernest William Algar MITCHELMORE, clerk @ 27 ^ 53 Brixton Hill, father Ernest Peter MITCHELMORE, business manager; Enid Alice Adelaide Carew BROWN @ 21 ^ 53 Brixton Hill, father George BROWN, schoolmaster

d 1958.4 Watford @ 65 (Ernest W A)

d 28Oct1958 89 Melbourne Road, Bushey, Hertfordshire: goods agent, British Railways (retired) UK wills & probates

sp      Enid Alice Adeline Carew BROWN

b 1898.4 Lambeth (Enid Adeline A C)

b 27Nov1898

m 1920.3 Lambeth (Enid A A C)

m 2Oct1920 St Matthew, Brixton

d 1981.3 Watford (Enid A Adeline C)

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0872

head  George Stanley MITCHELMORE

b 1889.4 Hackney

b 4Nov1889 Clapton

chr 2Dec1889 All Saints, Clapton Park

1891 @ 1 b Clapton, London ^ 155 Elderfield Road, Hackney with parents (George S)

1901 @ 11 b Hackney ^ 21 Balfern Street, Battersea with parents (George S)

1911 clerk @ 21 b Hackney ^ 9 Church Road, Battersea with father and stepmother

1913 St Mary, Battersea: 3rd banns read 29Jun for George Stanley MITCHELMORE and Beatrice ALLEN

m 1913.3 Wandsworth, ALLEN (George S)

m 19Jul1913 St Andrew, Earlsfield: George Stanley MITCHELMORE, at steel works, Wellington Road @ 23 ^ Wellington Road, Battersea, father Tom MITCHELMORE, pensioned policeman; Beatrice ALLEN @ 21 ^ 45 Brentweed Lane, father Edwin ALLEN, builder; witness Edith ALLEN

11Dec1915 commercial traveller @ 26 yr 2 m b London ^ 11 Moyne Road, Ranelagh, Dublin: enlisted in British Army, gunner 136016 Royal Field Artillery; awarded British War and Victory medals British Army records

1916 ^ 11 Moyne Road, Rathmines, Dublin (G A) Irish records

6Feb1918 discharged physically unfit with malaria and tuberculosis British Army records

d 1918.3 Fulham @ 28

d 26Aug1918 Western Fever Hospital, 17 Seagrave Road, Fulham: gunner, Royal Field Artillery, ^ 715 Garratt Lane, Tooting; letter of administration granted 17Sep1918 London to Beatrice MITCHELMORE, widow, estate
£400 7s 3d UK wills & probates

sp      Beatrice ALLEN

b 1892.1 Wandsworth

b 29Jan1892

m 1913.3 Wandsworth

m 19Jul1913 St Andrew, Earlsfield

6Feb1918 ^ 45 Malden Hill Gardens, Milden, Surrey British Army records

17Sep1918 ^ 715 Garratt Lane, Tooting UK wills & probates

1939 @ 47 ^ Wandsworth

d 1978.2 Wandsworth

dau    Violet Louise MITCHELMORE

b 1915.4 Dublin South Irish records

b 3Dec1915

1939 @ 24 ^ Wandsworth with mother (Violet L)

m 1943.3 Wandsworth, Frank E WAKEHAM (Violet L)

d Oct2001 Wandsworth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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


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Generation 12

Family 0841

head  Ernest John MITCHELMORE

b 1895.1 Wandsworth

b 25Jan1895 Battersea Royal Navy records

chr 3Apr1897 Christ Church, Chelsea (Ernest)

1901 @ 6 b Battersea ^ 21 Balfern Street, Battersea with parents (Ernest J)

10Mar1911 enlisted in Royal Navy as Boy Servant, No. L2687; promoted 25Jan1913 Officers Steward 3, 4Dec1913 Officers’ Steward 2; discharged 19Mar1919 Royal Navy records

1911 boy servant @ 16 b Battersea ^ Medway Union Workhouse, Chatham (Ernest J)

m 1916.2 Wandsworth, SMITH

m 16May1916 St Mary le Park, Battersea: Ernest John MITCHELMORE, captain's steward @ 21 ^ St Mary Battersea, father Tom MITCHELMORE, police pensioner; Caroline Alice SMITH @ 21 ^ St Mary Battersea, father Alexander Robert William SMITH, picture frame maker; witness [father] Tom MITCHELMORE

1919 officers’ steward 2nd class: awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (Ernest J) Royal Navy records

1939 @ 44 ^ Battersea (E J)

d 1957.4 Battersea @ 62

d 9Dec1957; bur Morden Cemetery, Morden

bur 12Dec1957 Wandsworth Cemeteries (Ernest)

sp      Caroline Alice SMITH

b 25Aug1894

m 1916.2 Wandsworth (Caroline A)

m 16May1916 St Mary le Park, Battersea

1939 @ 44 ^ Battersea (Caroline A)

d 1982.1 Lambeth

bur 18Jan1982 Wandsworth Cemeteries (Caroline MITCHEMORE)

son    George Ernest Robert MITCHELMORE

b 1919.4 Wandsworth (George E R)

b 27Sep1919

d Mar2003 Lambeth (George Ernest R)

bur 26Mar2003 Wandsworth Cemeteries

dau    Frances Alma Louise MITCHELMORE

b 1923.2 Wandsworth (Frances A L)

d 1923.2 Chelsea @ 3 [mo]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ernest's memorial

Ernest's memorial


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0942

head  John Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1876.1 Stoke Damerel

1881 scholar @ 5 b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Stoke Damerel with parents (John T)

1891 coal dealer @ 15 b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Stoke Damerel with parents (John T)

1901 boilermaker asst @ 25 b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Devonport with parents (John T)

m 1901.3 Devonport

m 11Aug1901 St Michael’s, Stoke, Devonport: John Thomas MITCHELMORE, assistant boilermaker @ 25 ^ 91 Albert Road; father John MITCHELMORE, assistant boilermaker; Lavinia COLTON @ 25, 13 Pym Street, father Edward COLTON, pensioner; witnesses Emma COLTON, [brother] George MITCHELMORE

1902 boiler maker ^ 115a Albert Road, Stoke, Plymouth

1911 general labourer @ 35 b Devonport ^ 9 Pym Street, Devonport

4Feb1918 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Skilled Labourer, H M Dockyards & Naval Estabishments, without competition UK life events

1930 machinist UK wills & probates

7Jun1934 Skilled Labourer (32

Machinist), H M Dockyards, Devonport: awarded Imperial Service Medal [on retirement] UK life events

1937 dockyard pensioner UK wills & probates

1939 @ 64 ^ Plymouth (John T)

d 1948.1 Plymouth @ 72

sp      Lavinia COLTON

b 1876.1 Plympton

m 1901.3 Devonport

m 11Aug1901 St Michael’s, Stoke, Devonport

1911 @ 35 b Tamerton Foliot ^ 9 Pym Street, Devonport

d 1930.4 Plymouth @ 54

d 5Nov1930 South Devonshire and East Cornwall Hospital, Plymouth: wife of John Thomas MITCHELMORE; letter of administration granted 29Dec1930 to the said John Thomas MITCHELMORE, machinist, estate £272 13s 7d UK wills & probates

dau    Gladys Colton MITCHELMORE

b 1902.3 Devonport

b 14Aug1902

chr 19Sep1902 Plymouth St Michael

1911 @ 8 b Devonport ^  9 Pym Street, Devonport with parents

m 1929.3 Devonport (Gladys C)

m 25Sep1929 Plymouth St Michael, Devonport: John Wallace WEBBER, youngest son of Mr & Mrs WEBBER of Kingsley Avenue, Yeo Vale, Barnstaple; Gladys Colton MITCHELMORE, eldest daughter of Mr & Mrs MITCHELMORE ^ 49b Albert Road, Devonport UK newspaper announcements

dau    Hilda Lavinia MITCHELMORE

b 1912.2 Devonport

m 1933.4 Devonport, Joseph L M MILLER (Hilda L)

m 25Nov1933 Plymouth St Michael, Joseph Leslie Martin MILLER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 2459

head  George Wilton MITCHELMORE

b 1880.4 Stoke Damerel

1881 @ 4 mo b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Stoke Damerel with parents (George W)

1891 scholar @ 10 b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Stoke Damerel with parents (George W)

1901 apprentice to paper hanger @ 20 b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Devonport with parents (George W)

m 1905.4 Devonport

m 26Dec1905 Stoke Damerel: George Wilton MITCHELMORE, painter @ 25 ^ 83 Paisley Street, father John Thomas MITCHELMORE, boilermaker HM Dockyard; Margaret REED @ 23 ^ 83 Paisley Street, father John Bartlett REED, painter (deceased); witness [brother] A[lfred] MITCHELMORE

1906 painter ^ 14 Wilton Street, Stoke Damerel

1911 house painter @ 30 b Devonport ^ 1 St Levan Road, Devonport (George)

1927 ^ 72 Albert Road, Plymouth: application to build garage approved (G W) UK life events

1939 @ 59 ^ Plymouth (George W MILCHELMORE)

d 1959.4 Launceston @ 79

sp      Margaret REED

b 1882.4 Stoke Damerel

m 1905.4 Devonport

m 26Dec1905 Stoke Damerel

1911 @ 28 b Devonport ^ 1 St Levan Road, Devonport (Margeret)

d 1931.2 Totnes @ 48

dau    Margaret Evelyn MITCHELMORE

b 1906.4 Devonport

chr 22Nov1906 Stoke Damerel

1911 @ 4 b Devonport ^ 1 St Levan Road, Devonport (Eevlyn)

m 1930.4 Devonport, John B BALE (Margaret E)

m 27Dec1930 Plymouth Wycliffe Congregational Devonport, John Benjamin BALE

son    Ronald John Wilton MITCHELMORE

b 1914.1 Devonport

son    George Richard MITCHELMORE

b 1915.2 Devonport

d 1915.2 Devonport @ 0

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0233

head  Alfred Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1882.4 Stoke Damerel

b 4Oct1882 Devonport

1891 scholar @ 8 b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Stoke Damerel with parents (Alfred C)

1901 apprentice plasterer @ 18 b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Devonport with parents

1911 plasterer, boarder @ 27 b Devonport ^ 9 Broad Street, Newquay; head: Mary CARNE, boarding house keeper

m 1912.4 Redruth (Alfred C)

1939 @ 58 ^ Camborne-Redruth (Alfred C)

1944 ^ 4 New Street, Troon, Cornwall British Army records

d 1969.4 Bodmin

sp      Mary WILLIAMS

(b 1892)

m 1912.4 Redruth

1939 @ 47 ^ Camborne-Redruth

d 1942.4 Redruth @ 50

son    Charles Wilton MITCHELMORE

b 1913.3 Redruth

1939 @ 26 ^ Camborne-Redruth with parents (Charles)

d 1953.1 Redruth @ 39

d 7Jan1953 Troon, Cornwall: baker's roundsman ^ 4 New Street UK wills & probates

dau    Laura May MITCHELMORE

b 1914.3 Redruth

b 6Jun1914

1939 @ 25 ^ Camborne-Redruth with parents (Laura M)

d 1975.3 Cambourne-Redruth

son    Alfred John MITCHELMORE

b 1917.2 Redruth

son    James Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1919.3 Redruth

b 19Aug1919

1939 @ 20 ^ Camborne-Redruth with parents (James (H))

1953 personal representative of deceased [brother] Charles Wilton UK wills & probates

d Feb1985 Hillingdon

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 2494

head  Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1884.2 Stoke Damerel

b 4May1884 St James, Devonport Royal Navy records

1891 scholar @ 6 b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Stoke Damerel with parents

1901 apprentice plasterer @ 16 b Devonport ^ 91 Albert Road, Devonport with parents (Edward C)

m 1904.4 Devonport

m 31Dec1904 Stoke Damerel: Edward MITCHELMORE, plasterer @ 21 ^ 42 Waterloo Street, father John MITCHELMORE, labourer; Florence Maud Mary TREGELLIS @ 21 ^ 42 Waterloo Street, father Joseph TREGELLIS, mason; witness: [brother] Alfred MITCHELMORE

1905 plasterer ^ 22 Chapel Street, Plymouth

1908 plasterer ^ 19 Chapel Street, Plymouth

1911 plasterer @ 26 b Devonport ^ 4 Arthur Terrace, Torpoint

11Jan1917 mason & bricklayer, formerly in RNVR: enlisted in Royal Navy as Stoker 2, service no. K39295; promoted 13Jul1917 Stoker 1; discharged 20Feb1919 Royal Navy records

1919 Stoker 1st class K39295: awarded British War and Victory medals Royal Navy records

1939 @ 56 ^ Plymouth. Also in household: Edward's brother William

d 1961.1 Tavistock @ 76

sp      Florence Maud Mary TREGILLES

b 1884.1 Stoke Damerel (Florence Mary)

m 1904.4 Devonport (TREGILLIS)

m 31Dec1904 Stoke Damerel (TREGELLIS)

1911 @ 25 b Devonport ^ 4 Arthur Terrace, Torpoint (florence)

1939 @ 55 ^ Plymouth (Florence M G)

d 1960.1 Plymouth @ 76 (Florence M)

dau    Olive Florence MITCHELMORE

b 1906.1 Devonport

b 11Dec1905

chr 24Dec1906 Plymouth St Aubyn

1911 @ 5 b Devonport ^ 4 Arthur Terrace, Torpoint with parents (Olive)

1939 @ 34 ^ Plymouth with parents (Olive F)

m 1939.4 Plymouth, William J PINE (Olive F MITCHEL-MORE)

dau    Vera Rosina MITCHELMORE

b 1908.3 Devonport

b 3Jul1908

chr 19Jul1908 Plymouth St John

1911 @ 2 b Devonport ^ 4 Arthur Terrace, Torpoint with parents (Vera)

d 1932.1 Plymouth @ 23

dau    Florence Irene MITCHELMORE

b 1910.3 St Germans

chr 21Aug1910 Torpoint (Flora Irene MICHELMORE)

1911 @ 8 mo b Torpoint ^ 4 Arthur Terrace, Torpoint with parents (Irene)

m 1932.2 Devonport, Albert W FOLLEY (Florence I)

m 25Jun1932 Plymouth St Michael, Albert Wilfred FOLLEY

 

 

 

 

The 1901 census entry is the only record which suggests that Edward might have had a middle name. It could be an error.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0923

head  Alfred John Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1889.3 Bath

known as John

1891 @ 2 b Bath ^ 45 Baring Street, Westoe with parents (John)

1901 @ 11 b Bath ^ 21 Hyde Street, South Shields with parents (John)

1911 joiner @ 22 b Bath ^ 214 Maxwell Street, South Shields with parents (John)

1912 best man at his wife's first marriage personal communication

1919 Private/Sergeant 15145, Northumberland Fusiliers: awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (John A) British Army records

1919 Sergeant 15145, 9th Btn, Northumberland Fusiliers: transferred to Class Z, Army Reserve (John Alfred) British Army records

m 1919.3 South Shields, LAVERICK (John A MICHELMORE)

d 1920.3 South Shields @ 31 (John Alfred)

sp      Hannah REYNOLDS

b 1891 South Shields personal communication

m1 10Aug1912, Robert Makepeace LAVERICK [d 16Apr1918] personal communication

m2 1919.3 South Shields, MITCHELMORE

1939 @ 48 ^ South Shields

d 1951.2 South Shields @ 60

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hannah

Hannah


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0243

head  Charles Ewart MITCHELMORE

b 1892.3 South Shields

b 3Jul1892 South Shields, "at 62 Roman Road, Westoe, father Thomas"

1901 @ 7 b South Shields ^ 21 Hyde Street, South Shields with parents (Charlie)

1908 joined Navy as bugle-boy personal communication

11Aug1910 clerk ^ 67 Marsden Street, Westoe, South Shields, later ^ 21 Raey Street, South Shields: enlisted in Royal Navy as Able Seaman 3/118

1911 clerk, house agent's business @ 19 b South Shields ^ 214 Maxwell Street, South Shields with parents (Charles)

m 1913.4 South Shields, JACKSON

m 26Dec1913 St Stephen, South Shields personal communication

1914 served in the First Royal Naval Brigade; interned in Groningen Camp, Holland, after the retreat from Antwerp; member of the "knitting club” personal communication

1918-1921 able seaman: identity certificate 438490 UK shipping & migration

1919 Able Seaman L3/118, Collingwood battalion, RNVR: awarded 1914 Star with clasp and roses and British War and Victory medals (C/Chas) Royal Navy records

10Aug1920 Able Seaman RNVR Tyne: awarded Reserve Long Service Medal (C E) Royal Navy records

26Mar1926 labourer @ 33 ^ 15 Sandgate Road, Brislington, Bristol: departed Southampton aboard Ionic for Wellington NZ (Chas) UK shipping & migration

30Jan1932 departed Wellington aboard Rangitane for Southampton (L E MICHELMORE)

20May1936 played in the Lower Hutt Municipal Silver Band (C) New Zealand life events

26Dec1938 ^ 9 Stevens Street, Lower Hutt: celebrated silver wedding New Zealand newspaper announcements

18Nov1957 lifter b 3Jul1892: arrived London aboard Orcades from Sydney NSW, intending to reside at 146 Wharton Street, South Shields for 3 months; last permanent residence New Zealand (C E) UK shipping & migration

28Feb1958 railway worker b 3Jul1892 66 departed London aboard Oronsay for Sydney (C E) UK shipping & migration

d 1977 NZ

d 24Dec1976 Lower Hutt NZ personal communication

d 24Dec1976 @ 83; bur Karori Crematorium, Wellington New Zealand memorial inscriptions

sp      Eleanor JACKSON

b 1894.2 South Shields

b 24Mar1894 UK shipping & migration

m 1913.4 South Shields

m 26Dec1913 St Stephen, South Shields personal communication

26Mar1926 @ 32 ^ 15 Sandgate Road, Brislington, Bristol: departed Southampton aboard Ionic for Wellington UK shipping & migration

30Jan1932 departed Wellington aboard Rangitane for Southampton (Mrs MICHELMORE)

18Nov1957 home duties: arrived London aboard Orcades from Sydney, intending to reside at 146 Wharton Street, South Shields for 3 months; last permanent residence New Zealand (C E) UK shipping & migration

28Feb1958 @ 66 departed London aboard Oronsay for Sydney (E) UK shipping & migration

d 1980 NZ (Eleanor Blanche)

d 20Aug1980 Greytown NZ personal communication

d 20Aug1980 @ 86; bur Karori Crematorium, Wellington (Eleanor Blanche) New Zealand memorial inscriptions

dau    Eleanor Blanche MITCHELMORE

b 1914.3 South Shields

b 1Aug1914 South Shields personal communication

26Mar1926 @ 11 ^ 15 Sandgate Road, Brislington, Bristol: departed Southampton aboard Ionic for Wellington with parents UK shipping & migration

m 1933 NZ, Alexander John SANDIFORD

m 27May1933 Wellington, Alexander John SANDIFORD personal communication

d 14Aug2007 Marton NZ New Zealand newspaper announcements

dau    Melba MITCHELMORE

b 1917.4 South Shields

b 30Oct1917 South Shields personal communication

26Mar1926 @ 8 ^ 15 Sandgate Road, Brislington, Bristol: departed Southampton aboard Ionic for Wellington with parents UK shipping & migration

m1 1936 NZ, Norman REID

m1 28Nov1936 St James, Lower Hutt: Norman REID, second son of Mr & Mrs A REID ^ Eastbourne; Melba MITCHELMORE, second daughter of Mr & Mrs C E MITCHELMORE ^ Lower Hutt New Zealand newspaper announcements

m2 1944 Wellington, Edward ELGAR personal communication

d 2003 NZ

d 25Nov2003 Tauranga NZ personal communication

dau    Ethel Marie MITCHELMORE

b 1919.4 South Shields

b 6Nov1919 South Shields New Zealand vital statistics

26Mar1926 @ 8 ^ 15 Sandgate Road, Brislington, Bristol: departed Southampton aboard Ionic for Wellington with parents (Ethel) UK shipping & migration

23Sep1939 secretary, Wellington Cripple Girls' Club (E) New Zealand life events

m 9May1945 Wellington, Frederick SANDIFORD personal communication

d 2010 NZ

d 21Jul2010 Lower Hutt personal communication

confidential persons omitted

Charles & Eleanor

Charles & Eleanor with daughter Eleanor (taken about 1914)

Charles's medals

Charles's medals

The widow of Charles's third cousin Roland sailed from London to Sydney later in 1958. It is not known if she knew Charles and Eleanor.

 

Memorial stone

Memorial to Charles & Eleanor

 

 

Eleanor & John SANDIFORD

Eleanor & John SANDIFORD

 

Melba & Edward ELGAR

Melba & Edward ELGAR

 

Ethel & Frederick SANDIFORD

Ethel & Frederick SANDIFORD

Frederick was a younger brother of Eleanor's husband.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0210

head  William John MICHELMORE

b 1890.4 Dolgelly

1891 @ 6 mo b Llanddwywe Is Y Graig, Merionethshire ^ 2 Tyuckap, Dyffryn, Merionethshire with parents

1901 @ 10 b Dyffryn ^ Llanenddwyn with parents (MITCHELMORE)

1Jul1910 railway porter @ 20 yr 6 mo b Llanenddwyn, Dyffryn ^ Lynchaf, Dyffryn: enlisted in British Army, Private 2490, 7th Battalion Welsh Fusiliers, Territorial Force; previously employed by Cambrian Railway Co (MITCHELMORE) British Army records

1911 porter, lodger @ 21 b Dyffryn ^ Crumlin Temperance Hotel, Dyffryn; head:Margaret PARRY, lodging house keeper

m 1912.3 Carnarvon, WILLIAMS (William J)

m 19Jul1912 Llanbebig, Carnarvonshire: William John MICHELMORE, Private ? @ 23 ^ ?, father Albert MICHELMORE, butcher; Elizabeth Jane WILLIAMS @ 26? ^ ?, father Edward Williams, deceased, farmer

21Oct1914 discharged medically unfit for further service (MITCHELMORE) British Army records

1917-1919 received board of 3s and then 4s for his youngest four children British Army records

1919 paid 5s 6d lump sum because of his sciatica British Army records

bricklayer

d 1934.4 Dolgelly @ 44

d 30Nov1934 @ 44; bur Llanenddwyn. Named on the same memorial: his wife Elizabeth Jane

sp      Elizabeth Jane WILLIAMS

(b 1885)

m 1912.3 Carnarvon (Elizabeth J)

m 19Jul1912 Llanbebig

1939 @ 56 ^ Dolgelly, Merionethshire (Elizabeth L)

d 1955.4 Merionethshire @ 70 (MITCHELMORE)

d 27Nov1955 Roslin, Dyffryn, Llanenddwyn @ 70 ^ Panteg, Dyffryn, cause carcinoma of lung

d 29Nov1955 @ 73; bur Llanenddwyn

dau    Katie MITCHELMORE

b 20May1906 British Army records

son    John Bennett MICHELMORE

b 2Oct1909

1939 @ 31 ^ Barmouth (John)

d 1980.2 Meirionydd

d 14Jun1980 @ 70; bur Llanenddwyn (John B). Named on the same memorial: his sister Rosie

dau    Mary Lizzie MICHELMORE

b 23Dec1911

1939 @ 28 ^ Dolgelly (Mary E MITCHELMORE)

m 1947.4 Merioneth S, Peter C JONES (Mary E)

dau    Sarah MICHELMORE

b 1913.2 Pontypridd

b 4Feb1913 British Army records

m 1933.3 Dolgelly, Edward PRICE

d 24Oct2005 @ 92; bur Llanenddwyn

son    Albert E MITCHELMORE

b 1916.4 Dolgelly (Albert)

dau    Rosie MITCHELMORE

b 1918.3 Dolgelly

b 20Jun1918

1995 ^ 1 Pant Teg, Fford Isaf, Gwynedd UK street & trade directories

d Dec1998 Bangor

d 16Dec1998 @ 80; bur Llanenddwyn

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click to enlarge

Memorial to William
& Elizabeth

 

 

 

Click to enlarge

Memorial to John & Rosie

 

The Army has John's birth date as 2Oct1910. British Army records

 

Click to enlarge

Memorial to Sarah & Edward


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1508

head  Catherine Alice MICHELMORE

b 1898.1 Dolgelly

known as Kate

1901 @ 3 b Dyffryn, Merionethshire ^ Llanenddwyn, Merionethshire with parents (MITCHELMORE)

1911 @ 13 ^ Dyffryn with parents (Kate Aliec MICHELLMORE)

1913-1919 won singing competitions at Dyffryn (Kate) UK life events

m 1933.4 Dolgelly, ROBERTS

d 25Apr1984 @ 86; bur Llanenddwyn

son    William Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1924.1 Dolgelly

sp      Richard William ROBERTS

(b 1897)

m 1933.4 Dolgelly

d 31May1951 @ 54; bur Llanenddwyn

confidential persons omitted

Click to enlarge

Memorial to Catherine
& Richard

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1101

head  David MITCHELMORE

b 1896.3 Dolgelly

1901 @ 3 b Dyffryn, Merionethshire ^ Llanddwywe Is Y Graig, Merionethshire with parents

1911 feed cattle on farm @ 15 b Dyffryn ^ Islanfordd, Dyffryn (MICHAELMORE); head, Mary JONES, farmer

m 1928.1 Newtown, ROWLANDS

1939 @ 43 ^ Llanidloes, Merionethshire

d 1947.2 Wrexham @ 51

sp      Margaret Alice ROWLANDS

b 190x

m 1928.1 Newtown

1939 @ 43 ^ Llanidloes (Margaret)

son    Wynne MITCHELMORE

b 1930.4 Newtown

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0818

head  Thomas MICHELMORE

b 3Dec1898

b 1899.1 Dolgelly

1901 @ 2 b Dyffryn, Merionethshire ^ Llanddwywe Is Y Graig, Merionethshire with parents

1911 @ 12 b Dyffryn ^ Llwyn Yn Talybont, Dyffryn with parents

15Jun1917 ^ Hafod, Dyffryn: fined &#8356;1 for damaging telegraph incilators UK legal documents

m 1921.3 Dolgelly, HUGHES

1939 @ 42 ^ Dolgelly, Merionethshire

d 1974.1 Merionethshire S @ 75

bur 7Mar1974 Llanddwywe @ 75 ^ Hendre Coed, Isaf Llanaber

sp      Nellie HUGHES

b 1900.2 Bangor

b 15Apr1900

m 1921.3 Dolgelly

1939 @ 42 ^ Dolgelly (Ellen)

d Oct1986 De Meirionnydd (Ellen)

bur 4Aug1986 Llanddwywe @ 86 ^ Bryn Eglwys, Llanaber (Ellen)

son    William Henry MICHELMORE

b 1921.4 Ffestiniog

dau    Jane MITCHELMORE

b 1931.4 Dolgelly

b 8Oct1931

1939 @ 8 ^ Dolgelley; head John Richard DAVIES

d Aug2000 De Meirionnydd

d 24Aug2000 Bryn Eglwys, Llanaber, Barmouth: spinster UK wills & probates

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1376

head  Robert MICHELMORE

b 1901.4 Dolgelly

b Sep1901

1911 @ 10 b Dyffryn ^ Llwyn Yn Talybont, Dyffryn with parents

m 1931.2 Ffestiniog, RIDLEY

1939 @ 36 ^ Deudraeth, Merionethshire (MITCHMORE)

d 1971.1 Aled @ 69

sp      Elizabeth Ellen RIDLEY

b 1910.4 Festiniog (Elizabeth E)

b 9Oct1910

m 1931.2 Ffestiniog (Elizabeth E)

1939 @ 29 ^ Deudraeth, Merionethshire (Ellen E (Elizabeth) MITCHMORE)

d 1978.4 Aberconwy (Elizabeth Helen)

son    Maldwyn MICHELMORE

b 1931.3 Ffestiniog

son    Edgar John M MICHELMORE

b 1933.2 Ffestiniog (Edgar)

son    Richard Elwyn MICHELMORE

b 1935.2 Ffestiniog

son    Robert Ieuan MICHELMORE

b 1940.1 Merionethshire N

son    Bryan MICHELMORE

b 1943.4 Merioneth N

d 5Jan2016 Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor @ 72 ^ Haulfryn, Llanfair (Brian) UK newspaper announcements

d 6Jan2016 ^ Haulfryn Estate, Llanfair, Gwynedd (Brian) UK wills & probates

bur 2016 Llanfair UK newspaper announcements

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0941

head  George William MITCHELMORE

b 1894.2 Totnes

chr 20May1894 Rattery

1901 @ 6 b Rattery ^ Marley Lodge, Rattery with parents (George Wm MICHELMORE)

1911 agricultural farm labourer @ 16 b Rattery ^ Marley Lodge, Rattery with parents (George Wm)

7Mar1919 ^ Canonstown: at Penzance, fined £1 for allowing a dog on the highway without a muzzle UK legal documents

1939 @ 45 ^ St Austell, Cornwall (George W)

m 1922.3 Camelford (George W)

d 1962.4 St Austell @ 68 (George W)

bur 13Oct1962 Rosehill Cemetery, St Blazey, Cornwall @ 68 UK memorial inscriptions

sp      Gladys Evelyn LOBB

(b 1896)

m 1922.3 Camelford (Gladys E)

1939 @ 43 ^ St Austell (Gladys E)

d 1962.4 Truro @ 66 (Gladys E)

bur 5Dec1962 Rosehill Cemetery, St Blazey @ 66 UK memorial inscriptions

son    William Charles Roy MITCHELMORE

b 1924.2 Penzance

son    Anthony George MITCHELMORE

b 1925.4 Penzance

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1133

head  John Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1896.1 Totnes

b 18Jan1896 Rattery

chr 8Mar1896 Rattery

1901 @ 5 b Rattery ^ Marley Lodge, Rattery with parents (John Ed)

1911 scholar @ 15 b Rattery ^ Marley Lodge, Rattery with parents (John Ed)

m 1927.2 Totnes, BOVEY (John E)

1939 @ 43 ^ Totnes (John E)

d 1979.3 Newton Abbot

sp      Florence Emily BOVEY

b 1900.3 Totnes

m 1927.2 Totnes (Florence E)

1939 @ 39 ^ Totnes (Florence E)

d 1968.1 Newton Abbot @ 67 (Florence E)

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1093

head  Arthur Francis MITCHELMORE

b 1899.1 Totnes

chr 16Apr1899 Rattery

1901 @ 2 b Rattery ^ Marley Lodge, Rattery with parents (Arthur F)

1911 scholar @ 12 b Rattery ^ Marley Lodge, Rattery with parents (Arthur)

1919 Private 50454 Worcestershire Regiment, 43976 Royal Berkshire Regiment, 01671 Devonshire Regiment, awarded British War and Victory medals British Army records

m 1927.2 Devonport, RICKARD

m 29Jun1927 Plymouth St Mark

1939 @ 40 ^ Plymouth (Arthur F)

d 1969.1 Plymouth @ 70 (Arthur F)

sp      Ethel Hilda RICKARD

b 1896.3 Stoke Damerel

b 23May1896

m 1927.2 Devonport, RICKARD (Hilda Ethel)

m 29Jun1927 Plymouth St Mark (Hilda Ethel)

1939 @ 43 ^ Plymouth (Ethel)

d 1971.1 Plymouth

son    Ronald James William MITCHELMORE

b 1930.1 Devonport (Ronald J W)

1995 ^ 67 Grange Road, Sutton, Middlesex (Ronald J) UK street & trade directories

d 7Feb2009, "retired ^ 67 Grange Road, Sutton" UK wills & probates

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1539

head  Ronald John Reginald MICHELMORE

b 1908.1 Isle of Wight

b 4Feb1908 Ventnor, Isle of Wight

1911 infant @ 3 b Ventnor ^ Rockport, 14 Tennyson Road, Cowes, Isle of Wight with parents (Ronald J)

later known as Jack

m 1937.4 Isle of Wight, SCOVELL

Oct1838 lost job in Harrow when company relocated; moved to Newport IoW, staying in his father’s house; 3 months later returned to London to manage a large grocery store personal communication

1940 returned to Newport to avoid the Blitz, employed at aircraft manufacturer Saunders-Roe personal communication

d 1978.1 Isle of Wight (John Ronald)

died of throat cancer personal communication

sp      Phyllis Agnes SCOVELL

b 25Sep1914

m 1937.4 Isle of Wight (Phyllis A)

1939 @ 25 ^ Ryde, Isle of Wight (Phyllis A)

d Jul1984 Isle of Wight

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 2414

head  Harold Albert MICHELMORE

b 1917.1 Isle of Wight

b 26Dec1916

1939 @ 23 ^ Cowes, Isle of Wight with mother (Harold G MICHAELMORE)

m 1942.2 Isle of Wight, HAYWARD

d 1975.3 Portsmouth

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1901

head  Arthur Clifford MICHELMORE

b 1920.1 Isle of Wight

b 11Dec1919 Cowes, Isle of Wight UK life events

known as Cliff

m1 1941.2 Isle of Wight, MITCHELL

15Apr1943 sergeant 51465, appointed Acting Pilot Officer 568213 on probation (emergency), General Duties Branch, Royal Air Force Royal Air Force records

15May1949 Flight Lieutenant 51465: resigns commission, retains rank of Squadron Leader (A C) Royal Air Force records

m2 1950.1 Surrey SE, METCALF

m2 4Mar1950 Congregational Church, Reigate UK life events

m2 4Mar1950 Reigate: Cliff MICHELMORE, BBC announcer of the Hamburg part of "Family Favourites"; Jean METCALFE, BBC announcer of the London part of "Family Favourites" UK newspaper announcements

1969 television broadcaster and producer: awarded CBE (Clifford Arthur) UK life events

1992 director, Michelmore Enterprises, The White House, 24 Upper West Street, Reigate [founded 1971] UK businesses

d 16Mar2016 Petersfield @ 96 (Cliff) UK newspaper announcements

d 17Mar2016 UK newspaper announcements

sp2    Jean METCALF

b 2Mar1923

b 192x 34 Howard Road, Reigate, Surrey UK life events

1939 @ 16 ^ Reigate, Surrey with parents (METCALFE)

m 1950.1 Surrey SE

m 4Mar1950 Congregational Church, Reigate UK life events

1958 purchased The White House, Reigate, with proceeds of £3000 left to her by one of her Two-Way Family Favourites audience UK life events

1992 director & company secretary, Michelmore Enterprises, Reigate UK businesses

d Jan2000 Petersfield

d 28Jan2000

confidential persons omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cliff's second marriage is indexed under “Arthur C” and “Clifford”.

 

Many details of Cliff's life are available on the internet. In particular, a summary is available here and a photograph of him and his second wife is available here. See also the book by Cliff Michelmore & Jean Metcalfe: Two-Way Story, pub. Hamish Hamilton, 1986. Obituaries are available here, here and elsewhere.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A summary of Jean's life is available here.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1074

head  John MITCHELMORE

b 1910 NZ New Zealand vital statistics

b 11Apr1909 Haigs Nursing Home, Geraldine NZ personal communication

1May1926 played for Geraldine Football Club (J) New Zealand life events

17May1928 reserve for Geraldine Hockey Club (J) New Zealand life events

1939-1940 foreman, Geraldine Fire Bridgade (J) New Zealand life events

6Nov1940 ^ Geraldine: selected by ballot for territorial training New Zealand military records

Oct1941 member, 2nd New Zealand Expeditionary Force, Geraldine: posted to the 8th Infantry Brigade Group (J) New Zealand military records

1941-1942 bacon curer, unm ^ Barker Street, Geraldine: private 68969 infantry, 8 Brigade, enlisted at Timaru NZ New Zealand military records

1946 apiarist @ 36 ^ Geraldine New Zealand legal records

m 28May1949 St Columba Presbyterian Church, Fairlie NZ personal communication

1957 grocer

d 8Sep1979 Timaru personal communication

d 1979 NZ

d 8Sep1979 Timaru @ 69;  bur Geraldine

1979 will probated Timaru New Zealand legal records

sp      Ruby Georgina Jessie DOYLE

b 21Apr1916 New Zealand vital statistics

m 28May1949 Fairlie NZ personal communication

d 1992 NZ (Robina Georgina)

d 28Dec1991 2A George St, Geraldine @ 75; bur Geraldine (Ruby G J)

1992 will probated Timaru New Zealand legal records

confidential persons omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A photograph of John's memorial is available here.

 

 

 

 

 

A photograph of Ruby's memorial is available here.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1076

head  Alexander MITCHELMORE

b 25Aug1917 Geraldine NZ personal communication

m1 16Dec1939 Geraldine, HARRIS personal communication

25Mar1942 ^ Geraldine: called up for territorial service New Zealand military records

1946 gardener @ 29 ^ Geraldine New Zealand legal records

m2 7Aug1948 Geraldine, CAIRNS personal communication

d 12Mar1975 Geraldine personal communication

d 1975 NZ

bur 1975 Geraldine @ 57

1975 will probated Timaru NZ New Zealand legal records

sp1    Evelyn Bessie HARRIS

b 9Apr1915 Woodbury NZ personal communication

m 16Dec1939 Geraldine personal communication

d 1942 NZ @ 27

d 12Sep1942 Arundel NZ personal communication

bur 14Sep1942 Geraldine @ 57 [sic], "daughter of James Henry and Alice Jane HARRIS"

sp2    Sylvia Jane CAIRNS

b 18Aug1925 Hakataramea Valley NZ personal communication

m 7Aug1948 Geraldine personal communication

1995 ^ 35 Arun Street, Timaru (Sylvia J) New Zealand electoral rolls

d 2005 NZ

d 17May2005 1/38 Elizabeth St, Timaru @ 79; bur Timaru

confidential persons omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A photograph of Alexander's memorial is available here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

A photograph of Evelyn's memorial is available here.

 

 

 

 

 

A photograph of Sylvia's memorial is available here.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1079

head  Hugh MITCHELMORE

b 20Nov1919 Geraldine NZ personal communication

6Nov1940 ^ Geraldine: selected by ballot for territorial training New Zealand military records

1946 ironmonger @ 26 ^ Geraldine New Zealand legal records

m 28Apr1951 St Columba Presbyterian Church, Fairlie NZ personal communication

1957 grocer

d 1995 NZ personal communication

d 19Nov1995 Timaru Hospital, Timaru NZ @ 75, ex-RNZAF No 426010, rank AC New Zealand newspaper announcements

d 19Nov1995 @ 75; bur Geraldine NZ. Also named on memorial: Hugh's wife Muriel

21Nov1995 funeral at St Andrews Church, Geraldine NZ New Zealand newspaper announcements

sp      Muriel Robinson DOYLE

b 30May1919 personal communication

known as Pat

m 28Apr1951 St Columba Presbyterian Church, Fairlie personal communication

d 19Feb1990 Timaru Hospital, Timaru personal communication

confidential persons omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A photograph of Hugh and Muriel's memorial is available here.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0275

head  Henry MITCHELMORE

b 21Sep1922 Geraldine NZ

21Aug1941 selected by ballot for territorial training New Zealand military records

1944 butcher ^ Barker Street, Geraldine, unm: private 152827, 2 Div ASC, enlisted at Timaru NZ New Zealand military records

1946 pasterer [sic] @ 24 ^ Geraldine New Zealand legal records

m 3Jul1948 St Andrews Presbyterian Church, Geraldine, BENNINGTON

d 1978 NZ

d 11Mar1978 56 Peel Street, Geraldine @ 55, NZ Army Service Corps 452827 Cpl 2nd NZEF; bur Geraldine Cemetery

13Mar1978 obituary published in The Press (Christchurch) New Zealand newspaper announcements

1978 will probated Timaru New Zealand legal records

sp      Lois Marion BENNINGTON

b 21Jun1929 New Zealand civil registration indexes

b 21Jun1922 Geraldine

m 3Jul1948 St Andrews Presbyterian Church, Geraldine

1995 ^ 19 Forth Street, Timaru NZ (Lois M) New Zealand electoral rolls

1999-2014 associated with Loric Lodge Ltd, Timaru NZ (Lois Marian) New Zealand life events

d 2016 NZ New Zealand civil registration indexes

confidential persons omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A photograph of Henry's memorial plaque is available here.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0231

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1880.3 Kingsbridge

chr 11Jul1880 Sherford

1881 @ 10 mo b Sherford ^ Sherford with parents (William H)

1891 scholar @ 10 b Sherford ^ Sherford with parents (William)

m 1900.3 Kingsbridge

m 21Jul1900 West Alvington: William Henry MITCHELMORE, farm labourer @ 20 ^ Sorley, West Alvington, father Robert MITCHELMORE, labourer; Hannah DURE, domestic servant @ 25, father John DURE, labourer; witnesses Fred & Agnes DURE

1901 teamster on farm @ 20 b Churchstow ^ Butt Park Terrace, Churchstow (William)

1902 labourer ^ Harlesdon, East Allington

1911 waggoner on farm @ 30 b Sherford ^ The Barracks, Kingsbridge

May1913 ^ Barracks, Kingsbridge, left town Dec1913 UK life events

1939 @ 59 ^ Totnes (William MITCHMORE)

later in working life moved to Wash nr Buckfastleigh personal communication

d 1964.2 Newton Abbot @ 84

bur 13May1964 Landscove personal communication

sp      Hannah DURE

b 1874.3 Kingsbridge

b 7Jul1874 Sherford personal communication

m 1900.3 Kingsbridge

m 21Jul1900 West Alvington

1901 @ 25 b Sherford ^ Butt Park Terrace, Churchstow

1911 @ 35 b Sherford ^ The Barracks, Kingsbridge

1939 @ 62 ^ Totnes (MITCHMORE)

d 1943.4 Totnes @ 67

d 4Dec1943; bur Landscove

son    William Frederick MITCHELMORE

b 1900.4 Kingsbridge

dau    Ethel Maud Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1902.2 Kingsbridge

b 12Apr1902

chr 22Jun1902 Sherford (Ethel Maude Mary)

1911 @ 8 b East Allington ^ The Barracks, Kingsbridge with parents

m 1926.1 Totnes, Edward J K SPLATT

dau    Elsie May MITCHELMORE

b 1904.2 Kingsbridge

1911 @ 6 b Dodbrooke ^ The Barracks, Kingsbridge with parents (Elsie Mary)

son    Norman Edwin MITCHELMORE

b 1906.4 Kingsbridge

d 1906.4 Kingsbridge @ 2 [mo]

dau    Rhoda Eliza MITCHELMORE

b 1908.2 Kingsbridge

d 1908.4 Kingsbridge @ 7 [mo]

son    Leslie Robert MITCHELMORE

b 1910.1 Kingsbridge

son    Walter Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1913.3 Kingsbridge

dau    Dora Hetty MITCHELMORE

b 1916.1 Totnes

b 12Jan1916 Sparkwell Farm Cottage, Landscove personal communication

m 1937.2 Newton Abbot, Charles H TAYLOR (Hetty G)

d 17Apr1994 personal communication

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0246

head  Walter Weeks MITCHELMORE

b 1885.3 Kingsbridge

chr 2Aug1885 Stokenham (Walter Weekes)

1891 scholar @ 5 b Stokenham ^ Sherford with parents (Walter)

1901 cattle boy on farm @ 15 b Stokenham ^ Place Barton, Moreleigh

12Mar1902 farm boy: enlisted in Royal Navy as Boy 2, No. 219908; promoted 11Jun1902 Boy 1, 12Sep1902 Ordinary Seaman, 8Sep1904 Able Seaman, 1Aug1912 Leading Seaman, 1Nov1914 Petty Officer, 1Nov1917 Chief Petty Officer; discharged 31Mar1924 (Walter) Royal Navy records

1911 able seaman, gunlayer 3rd class @ 26 b Stokenham ^ HMS Kennet, Devonport

25Jan1914 arrived Plymouth aboard Sunda from HM China Navy Station, Hong Kong (W) UK shipping

1914 Stoke Fleming: 3rd banns read 14Feb for Walter Weeks MICHELMORE ^ Stoke Fleming and Mary OSBORNE ^ Ivybridge

m1 1914.1 Plympton, OSBORNE

m1 22Feb1914 Ivybridge, OSBORNE

1915 Petty Officer 219908: mentioned for services during operations in the Cameroons (Walter)  Royal Navy records

1919 Chief Petty Officer 219908 HMS Vivid: awarded 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory medals (Walter)

16Feb1921 Petty Officer 219908, HMS Highflyer: Victory Medal sent to him (W)

m2 1921.3 St Austell, HARRY

m2 17Sep1921 St Peter's Parish Church, St Austell personal communication

1929 naval pensioner ^ Manor Gardens Cottage

1932 Royal Navy pensioner ^ South Town, Dartmouth

1934 ^ Old Coast Guard House, South Town, Dartmouth

1939 ^ Manor Cottage, South Town, Dartmouth (Walter) UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 54 ^ Dartmouth (Walter)

d 1942.2 Totnes @ 56

d 27May1942 @ 56; bur Longcross Cemetery, Dartmouth. Named on same memorial: his wife Bessie May

sp1    Mary OSBORNE

(b 1881)

m 1914.1 Plympton

m 22Feb1914 Ivybridge

d 1918.4 Plymouth @ 37

son    Walter George MITCHELMORE

b 1915.1 Plymouth

son    Victor John Weeks MITCHELMORE

b 1916.4 Plymouth

son    Cyril Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1918.1 Plymouth

sp2    Bessie May HARRY

b 6Aug1893 Bugle, Cornwall personal communication

m 1921.3 St Austell

m 17Sep1921 St Peter's Parish Church, St Austell personal communication

1939 ^ Manor Cottage, South Town, Dartmouth (Mrs) UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 54 ^ Dartmouth (Bessie M)

d 1959.3 Totnes @ 66 (Bessie M)

d 30Jun1959 @ 66; bur Longcross Cemetery, Dartmouth personal communication

dau    Joan Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1925 Govan, Glasgow

m 1954.3 Totnes, Bernard A BAILEY (Joan E)

d 1985 Torbay @ 62 (Elizabeth Joan)

dau    Betty Winifred MITCHELMORE

b 1932.2 Totnes

b 7Mar1932

chr 21Apr1932 Dartmouth St Petrox

1939 @ 7 ^ Dartmouth with parents (Betty W)

m 1952.3 Totnes, Eric W CLEGG (Betty W)

d 1989.2 Rugby, Warwickshire

son    Robert George Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1934.2 Totnes

confidential persons omitted

 

The Navy has Walter's birth date as 18Jun1884. Royal Navy records


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0838

head  Charles Alfred MITCHELMORE

b 1892.3 Kingsbridge

b 22Jun1892 Kingsbridge

chr 14Aug1892 Sherford

1901 @ 8 b Kingsbridge ^ Farley Cottage, Diptford with parents (Charles A)

m1 1914.4 Tavistock, ROWE (Charles A)

m1 12Nov1914 Walkhampton, ROWE

20Dec1916-23Dec1918 aged 24 of Walkhampton: Red Cross Volunteer, orderly 11389: served in France British Army records UK life events

1919 awarded British War and Victory medals for service to the British Red Cross Society and Order of St John of Jerusalem  British Army records

1939 @ 47 ^ Tavistock (Charles A)

m2 1946.1 St Austell, HOSKING

m2 16Mar1946 (Alfred) UK newspaper announcements

d 1974.2 Newton Abbot

d 13Jun1974 personal communication

sp1    Ellen ROWE

b 188x

m 1914.4 Tavistock (Ellen K)

m 12Nov1914 Walkhampton (Eliza Helen)

1939 @ 49 ^ Tavistock (Eliza Ellen)

d 1943.4 Devon Central @ 52 (Eliza Ellen)

d 11Oct1943; bur Walkhampton @ 53 (Eliza Ellen)

son    William Charles Rowe MITCHELMORE

b 1919.1 Plympton

son    Robert Nathaniel MITCHELMORE

b 1920.4 St Germans

sp2    Olive Kate HOSKING

b 26Apr1892

1939 @ 47 ^ Tavistock (Olive K)

m 1946.1 St Austell (Olive K)

m 16Mar1946 UK newspaper announcements

d 1980.4 Torbay

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 2353

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1872.4 Kingsbridge

chr 12Sep1875 South Pool

1881 scholar @ 8 b Stokenham ^ 45 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew with parents (William H)

1891 @ 18 b South Pool ^ 6 Well Street, St Andrew with parents

m1 1893.1 Newton Abbot

1900 employed by Great Western Railway

1901 railway engine driver @ 28 b Kingsbridge ^ Rose Cottage, Bodmin, Cornwall (Willliam H)

m2 1907.3 Bodmin

1910 engine driver ^ 12 Old Laira Road, Plymouth

1911 Great Western Railway engine driver @ 38 b Kingsbridge ^ 12 Old Laira Road, Plymouth

1939 @ 67 ^ Plymouth (William H MITCHEMORE)

d 1964 Rutherglen, Glasgow @ 91 (William H)

sp1    Sarah Mary TAYLOR

(b 1872) Ashburton

m 1893.1 Newton Abbot

1901 @ 29 b Ashburton ^ Rose Cottage, Bodmin, Cornwall (Sarah M)

d 1907.1 Bodmin @ 35

d 21Mar1907 Bodmin @ 35 ^ 2 Elm Grove UK newspaper announcements

bur 23Mar1907 Bodmin @ 35

son    William George Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1894.1 Newton Abbot

d 1894.1 Newton Abbot @ 2 [mo]

dau    Eleanor Ruby MITCHELMORE

b 1896.3 Truro

b 9Aug1896 UK life events

1901 @ 4 b Truro ^ Rose Cottage, Bodmin, Cornwall (Ruby E)

18Oct1909 ^ 12 Old Laira Road: admitted to Laira Green Primary School, Plymouth UK life events

1911 @ 15 b Truro ^ 12 Old Laira Road, Plymouth with parents (Ruby Eleanor)

m 1925.2 St Columb, Thomas L BATE

son    Stanley Garnet MITCHELMORE

b 1900.1 Bodmin

b 3Jan1900 Bodmin UK newspaper announcements

1901 @ 1 b Bodmin ^ Rose Cottage, Bodmin, Cornwall (Stanley J)

1911 scholar, inmate @ 11 b Plymouth ^ Devon County Asylum, Exminster (Stanley)

1919 private 7251340 Royal Army Medical Corps; awarded British War and Victory medals (Stanley G) British Army records

1924 awarded General Service Medal with clasp for North West Persia British Army records

1939 @ 39 ^ Plymouth with father and stepmother (Stanley G MITCHEMORE)

d 1958.4 Newton Abbot @ 58 (Stanley G)

sp2    Edith Anne WIDGER

b 1878.3 Totnes

m1 1899.4 Kingsbridge, William Sidney MITCHELMORE [Tree 05]

1901 @ 22 b Ashprington ^ Chillingham, Stokenham. Also in household: her sister Mary L WIDGER

m2 1907.3 Bodmin, William Henry MITCHELMORE

1911 @ 31 b Kingsbridge ^ 12 Old Laira Road, Plymouth

1939 @ 58 ^ Plymouth (Edith A MITCHEMORE)

d 1965 Rutherglen, Glasgow @ 87

dau    Beatrice Emily Ada MITCHELMORE

b 1908.2 Bodmin

1911 @ 3 b Bodmin ^ 12 Old Laira Road, Plymouth  with parents (Beatrice Emily)

m 1937.4 Hampstead, William C BECK (Beatrice E A)

son    William Frank MITCHELMORE

b 1909.3 Plymouth

son    Aubrey John MITCHELMORE

b 1910.4 Plymouth (Aubrey J)

son    Roy Ernest Widger MITCHELMORE

b 1915.1 Plymouth

 

William was born before his parents were married. He was baptised at the same ceremony as his sister Catherine.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0976

head  Charles Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1877.3 Plymouth

b 22Aug1877

chr 31Aug1877 Plymouth All Saints

1881 @ 3 ^ 45 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew with parents (Charles S)

1891 @ 13 b Plymouth ^ 6 Well Street, St Andrew with parents (Charles E)

5Mar1898 baker @ 20 yr 6 mo ^ Plymouth St Andrew, next of kin father William Henry MITCHELMORE ^ 17 Morly Place, Plymouth: enlisted in Coldstream Guards as Private; served in Gibraltar 10Mar1899 to 27Oct1899 and South Africa 28Oct1899 to 4Oct1902; promoted Lance Corporal 25Mar1899, Corporal 1Aug1901, demoted Private and transferred to Corps of M F Police 10Feb1903; discharged by purchase 29Apr1905, refund of ₤9 paid to Mrs C E MITCHELMORE, 213 Wellington Buildings, Pimlico British Army records

1902 lance corporal 1503, Coldstream Guards:  awarded Queen’s South Africa Medal with four clasps for service in the Boer War (C E) British Army records

1902 corporal 1503, Coldstream Guards: awarded King's South Africa Medal with two clasps for service in the Boer War (W C) British Army records

1903 lance corporal, Military Foot Police, Chelsea UK legal documents

m1 1904.3 St George Hanover Square

1911 house porter @ 34 b Plymouth ^ 213 Wellington Buildings, Pimlico

m2 1922.2 Plymouth, CARTWRIGHT (Charles E)

m2 20Ap1922 King Street Wesleyan Church

7Jun1922 watchman @ 44 ^ Henry Street, Plymouth: accused of bigamously marrying Muriel Hester CARTWRIGHT, a widow with 5 children; claimed he had received a letter from a friend in London stating that his wife was dead UK legal documents

1939 @ 62 ^ Plymouth next door to his brother James (Charles E)

d 1949.2 Plymouth @ 71

sp1    Henrietta COX

(b 1874) Compton, Guildford

m 1904.3 St George Hanover Square

1905 ^ 213 Wellington Buildings, Pimlico British Army records

1911 @ 36 b Compton, Guildford ^ 213 Wellington Buildings, Pimlico

1939 @ 68 ^ Heston & Isleworth, Middlesex

d 1947.4 Marylebone @ 76

dau    Gwendoline MITCHELMORE

b 1905.1 Chelsea

1911 @ 6 b Chelsea ^ 213 Wellington Buildings, Pimlico with parents

3Jun1920 received Civil Service Commission certification as Female Learner, London Post Office after open competition UK life events

1939 @ 35 ^ Heston & Isleworth, Middlesex with mother

m 1960.2 Ealing, Bertie G KNIGHT

sp2    Muriel Hester CARTWRIGHT

b 188x

m1 190x, CARTWRIGHT

m2 1922.2 Plymouth, MITCHELMORE (Muriel H)

m2 20Ap1922 King Street Wesleyan Church

m3 1929.3 Plymouth, Charles T BURD (Muriel H)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presumably Charles's second marriage would have been declared null and void. There is no record of any subsequent legal marriage to Muriel.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0221

head  Alphaeus MITCHELMORE

b 1881.3 Plymouth

b 23Jul1881 45 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew, "son of William Henry MITCHELMORE, borough policeman, and Catherine MITCHELMORE formerly MITCHELMORE"

chr 5Aug1881 Plymouth All Saints

1891 @ 9 b Plymouth ^ 6 Well Street, St Andrew with parents

1901 plasterer apprentice @ 19 b Plymouth ^ 17 Morley Place, Plymouth with parents

m 1905.4 Plymouth

m 26Dec1905 Plymouth St Andrew, PARR (Alphons)

1908 plasterer ^ Lloyds Bank, Bedford Street, Plymouth

1911 general labourer at distillery @ 29 b Plymouth ^ 36 Bedford Street, Plymouth (Alfred)

8Dec1915 caretaker & messenger, plasterer @ 34 yr 6 mo ^ Bedford Street, Plymouth: enlisted in British Army, sapper 15204 Royal Engineers (Alfred)  British Army records

1927 ^ 18a HoeStreet, Plymouth UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 58 ^ Padstow, Cornwall

d 1973.4 Plymouth @ 92

sp      Ellen PARR

b 1Oct1882

m 1905.4 Plymouth

m 26Dec1905 Plymouth St Andrew, MITCHELMORE

1911 @ 28 b Plymouth ^ 36 Bedford Street, Plymouth

1927 ^ 18a HoeStreet, Plymouth UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 57 ^ Padstow

d 1971.4 Plymouth @ 89

dau    Vera May MITCHELMORE

b 1908.3 Plymouth

b 4Jul1908

chr 26Jul1908 Plymouth St Andrew

1911 @ 2 b Plymouth ^ 36 Bedford Street, Plymouth with parents

m 1934.3 Plymouth, Albert E OSBORN (Vera M)

m 4Aug1934 Plymouth St John the Evangelist, Albert Edwin OSBORN

d before 2004 UK newspaper announcements

dau    Margery Irene MITCHELMORE

b 1912.1 Plymouth

chr 14Jan1912 Plymouth St Andrew (Marjorie Irene)

d 1912.1 Plymouth @ 1 [mo]

dau    Muriel Dorothy MITCHELMORE

b 1914.1 Plymouth [twin]

b 2Feb1914

b 2Feb1914 36? Radford Street, Plymouth South West

chr 10Mar1914 Plymouth St Andrew

1939 @ 25 ^ Padstow with parents (Muriel D)

m 1982.4 Plymouth, Colin HOLLICK (Muriel D)

m 28Oct1982 Plymouth St Andrew, Colin HOLLICK

d 1986.2 Plymouth @ 72

dau    Phyllis Rosetta MITCHELMORE

b 1914.1 Plymouth [twin]

b 2Feb1914 Plymouth (Phyllis Rosette)

chr 26Jul1908 Plymouth St Andrew (Phyllis Rosette)

1939 @ 25 ^ Plymouth (Phyllis R)

1995 ^ 9 Hillside Avenue, Plymouth (Phyllis R) UK street & trade directories

d Mar2004 Plymouth

d 3Mar2004 @ 90 UK newspaper announcements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alphaeus & Ellen

Alphaeus & Ellen


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 2417

head  George Thomas MITCHELMORE

b 1883.4 Plymouth

b 21Sep1883 Plymouth St Andrew, "son of borough police constable William Henry MITCHELMORE and Catherine MITCHELMORE formerly MITCHELMORE"

chr 12Oct1883 Plymouth All Saints

1891 @ 7 b Plymouth ^ 6 Well Street, St Andrew with parents

1901 butcher's errand boy @ 17 b Plymouth ^ 17 Morley Place, Plymouth with parents (George T)

1911 dock labourer, boarder @ 27 b Plymouth ^ 69 Regent Street, Liverpool (George MICHLEMORE); head: William Mark JOUGHIN, boarding house proprietor

1919 private 17386 Coldstream Guards: awarded British War and Victory medals (George T)  British Army records

m 1921.4 Devonport, DALLIMORE

m 24Dec1921 Plymouth St Boniface

1927 ^ 9 Chambers Court, Lambhay Street, Plymouth UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 56 ^ Plymouth (George T)

d 1950.3 Plymouth @ 66

sp      Emily Maud DALLIMORE

b 1879.3 St Germans

m 1921.4 Devonport (Emily M)

m 24Dec1921 Plymouth St Boniface (Emily Maude)

1927 ^ 9 Chambers Court, Lambhay Street, Plymouth UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 60 ^ Plymouth (Emily M)

d 1962.1 Plymouth @ 79 (Emily M)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

George's medals

George's medals


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0235

head  James Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1888.1 Plymouth (James)

b 27Dec1887 6 Well Street, Plymouth St Andrew, "son of William Henry MITCHELMORE, borough police constable, and Catherine MITCHELMORE formerly MITCHELMORE"

chr 30Jan1888 Plymouth All Saints (James)

1891 @ 3 b Plymouth ^ 6 Well Street, St Andrew with parents

1901 messenger, newspaper office @ 13 b Plymouth ^ 17 Morley Place, Plymouth with parents (James)

1911 labourer, boiler makers works @ 23 b Plymouth ^ 36 Morley Place, Plymouth with mother (James)

m 1913.4 Plymouth, CROCKER

m 13Dec1913 Plymouth Christ Church

1939 @ 52 ^ Plymouth (James)

d 1959.1 Plymouth @ 71

sp      Elizabeth Jane CROCKER

b 1May1886

m 1913.4 Plymouth

m 13Dec1913 Plymouth Christ Church

1939 @ 53 ^ Plymouth (Elizabeth T)

d 1974.1 Plymouth

son    James Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1914.1 Plymouth

dau    Irene Elizabeth MITCHELMORE

b 1917.3 Plymouth (Irene E)

b 4Jul1917

1939 @ 22 ^ Plymouth with parents (Irene E)

m 1939.4 Plymouth, William H REED (Irene E MITCHEL-MORE)

m 23Dec1939 Plymouth Christ Church, William Henry REED

d 1990.2 Plymouth @ 73

son    George Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1918.4 Plymouth

dau    Doris May MITCHELMORE

b 1921.2 Plymouth

m 1941.4 Plymouth, George C MOON

m 1Nov1941 Plymouth Christ Church, George Edwin MOON

d 21Mar2008 @ 86 UK newspaper announcements

bur 10Apr2008 Weston Mill Crematorium UK newspaper announcements

son    William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1923.4 Plymouth

d 1947.1 Plymouth @ 23

d 9Jul1947 Plymouth @ 23; bur Plymouth Old Cemetery, Pennycomequick, "guardsman 14224834 4th Bn Coldstream Guards" British Army records

son    Reginald Charles MITCHELMORE

b 1925.3 Plymouth

dau    Barbara Jean MITCHELMORE

b 1930.2 Plymouth (Barbara J)

b 11Apr1930

1939 @ 9 ^ Plymouth (Barbara J)

m 1952.4 Plymouth, Cyril J BOND (Barbara J)

d Feb2006 Plymouth

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0236

head  Charles Lionel Bickford MITCHELMORE

b 1879.2 Totnes

b 20Apr1879 Dartmouth (?) UK newspaper announcements

1881 @ 1 b Dartmouth ^ Newcomin Road, Dartmouth with parents (Lionel)

chr 4Jul1883 Dartmouth St Petrox (Charles Lionel Pickford)

1891 @ 11 b Dartmouth ^ Above Town, Dartmouth with widowed grandmother Mary Ann WALTERS (Leo)

1901 grocer's asst @ 22 b Dartmouth ^ Lake Street, Dartmouth with cousin Harriet OSBORNE (Charles L B)

1902 grocer ^ Newcomen Road, Dartmouth UK street & trade directories

m 1905.1 Plymouth

m 19Feb1905 Plymouth St Jude, CASTLES

1910 grocer ^ 27 Union Street, Stonehouse, Plymouth

1911 grocer's assistant @ 30 b Dartmouth ^ 56 Union Street, East Stonehouse (Charles)

d 29May1917: private 37602 4th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment @ 37 b Plymouth, husband of Lily M A MITCHELMORE of 19 Union Street, Plymouth; bur Bay 6, Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France British Army records

1919 awarded British War and Victory medals (Charles L B)  British Army records

sp      Lily Mabel Alice CASTLES

b 1883.3 Plymouth (Lily Mabel A)

m 1905.1 Plymouth

m 19Feb1905 Plymouth St Jude

1911 @ 27 b Plymouth ^ 56 Union Street, East Stonehouse (Mabel)

1927 ^ 50 Union Street, Plymouth UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 56 ^ Plymouth (Lily M A)

d 1955.2 Plymouth @ 71

dau    Iris Gwendoline Muriel MITCHELMORE

b 1906.1 Plymouth

1911 @ 5 b Plymouth ^ 56 Union Street, East Stonehouse with parents (Iris)

m 1926.3 Plymouth, Stanley MASSEY (Iris G M)

d 1974.1 Plymouth

bur 21Feb1974 St Budeaux @ 68 ^ 93 Coombe Park Lane

dau    Dorothy Irene MITCHELMORE

b 1910.2 East Stonehouse

1911 @ 9 mo b Stonehouse ^ 56 Union Street, East Stonehouse with parents (Dorothy)

b 5Jun1910

chr 30Jun1910 Plymouth St Matthew

m 1929.4 Plymouth, Sydney C PRING (Dorothy I)

dau    Rita Mabel MITCHELMORE

b 1914.1 East Stonehouse

b 10Dec1913

1939 @ 56 ^ Plymouth with mother (Rita M)

d 1974.4 Plymouth

 

 

Charles’s baptismal record gives his birth year as 1880. He was baptised at the same ceremony as his siblings Vera, Hector and William.

 

 

Charles's memorial

Memorial inscription on
Arras Memorial


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0573

head  William Ball Adams Heath MITCHELMORE

b 1882.4 Totnes

b 2Oct1882 Dartmouth

chr 4Jul1883 Dartmouth St Petrox

known as Warren

1891 @ 7 b Dartmouth ^ Above Town, Dartmouth with widowed grandmother Mary Ann WALTERS (Warren)

1901 brewer @ 17 b Dartmouth ^ Lake Street, Dartmouth with cousin Harriet OSBORNE (Warren)

19May1902 enlisted in the Royal Navy as Domestic 3, No. 360470; promoted 23Jun1904 Domestic 2, 8Mar1905 Domestic 3, 12Jun1907 Domestic 2, 1Oct1907 Officers Clerk 2, 24Apr1917 Officers Clerk 3, Officers Clerk 2 25Apr1917 Royal Navy records

1911 railway engine driver @ 27 b Dartmouth ^ Totnes (Warren Ball Adam Heath); head: William CHADDEN, grocer’s van driver

m 1914.3 Totnes, COX

m 22Aug1914 Dartmouth St Petrox: Warren Ball Adams Heath MITCHELMORE, engineer @ 29 ^ St Petrox,  father John MITCHELMORE (deceased), coachman; Emily Maud Mary COX @ 29 ^ St Petrox, father Joseph Edward COX, maltsman

1916 cook's mate RN ^ Foss Street, Dartmouth

1919 officer’s clerk 2nd class, HMS Vansittart: awarded British War and Victory medals (Warren B A H) Royal Navy records

19Jun1932 officer’s clerk 2nd class, HMS Malaya: awarded Long Service & Good Conduct Medal  (Warren Ball A H) Royal Navy records

1939 ^ 149 Victoria Road, Dartmouth (Warren) UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 57 ^ Dartmouth (Warren MITCHMORE)

d 1948.2 Devon Central @ 67 (Warren Ball Adam William)

sp      Emily Maud Mary COX

(b 1886)

m 1914.3 Totnes (Emily M M)

m 22Aug1914 Dartmouth St Petrox

1939 ^ 149 Victoria Road, Dartmouth (Mrs) UK street & trade directories

1939 @ 54 ^ Dartmouth (Emily MITCHMORE)

d 1967.2 Totnes @ 81 (Emily M M)

son    Frederick Joseph Warren MITCHELMORE

b 1916.3 Totnes [twin] (Frederick J W)

son    Walter Arthur Leslie MITCHELMORE

b 1916.3 Totnes [twin] (Walter A L)

confidential persons omitted

 

The Royal Navy has Warren's birth year as 1883.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0810

head  Silvanus Emmanuel MITCHELMORE

b 1889.4 East Stonehouse

b 10Nov1888 Stonehouse (Silvanus)

1891 @ 1 b East Stonehouse ^ 5 Regent Buildings, St Mary Street, East Stonehouse with parents (MICHELMORE)

1901 @ 10 b Stonehouse ^ 63 Union Place, East Stonehouse with mother and stepfather (Silvanus)

20Feb1905 labourer: enlisted in 3rd Devon Regiment Militia as private 4460; purchased discharge 5Feb1906; next of kin mother Mary WHITE (Silvanus) British Army records

1Jan1907 coachman: enlisted in Royal Navy as Stoker 2, No. 311207; promoted 1Jan1908 Stoker 1, 4Nov1911 Acting Leading Stoker, 3Jul1913 Leading Stoker, 22Jan1916 Acting Stoker Petty Officer, 24Jul1918 Stoker Petty Officer; pensioned 24Mar1928, demobilised 6Oct1938 (Silvanus) Royal Navy records

m 1915.2 Plymouth, FRANCIS

1919 awarded war medals Royal Navy records

1939 @ 51 ^ Plymouth (Silvana)

8Jun1940 ^ 12 Briardale Road, Swilly, Plymouth (Silvanus Manual) Royal Navy records

d 1956.1 Plymouth @ 66

sp      Eva Ann FRANCIS

b 7Dec1894

m 1915.2 Plymouth

1939 @ 45 ^ Plymouth (Eva A)

8Jun1940 ^ Swilly, Plymouth Royal Navy records

d Jun1984 Plymouth

son    George Charles Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1918.1 Plymouth (George C E)

chr 27Jan1918 Plymouth Charles

d 8Jun1940: Able Seaman D/JX139399, HMS Glorious, Royal Navy ^ Swilly, Plymouth; commemorated at Plymouth Naval Memorial Royal Navy records

son    Silvanus Manuel MITCHELMORE

b 1922.3 East Stonehouse

confidential persons omitted

The Army British Army records has Silvanus's birth date as Oct1887 and the Navy Royal Navy records has his birth date as 10Nov1888. Neither appears to be correct.


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0826

head  Arthur Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1895.3 Kingsbridge

known as Rab personal communication

chr 6Oct1895 Stokenham

1901 @ 5 b Stokenham ^ Chillington, Stokenham with parents (Arthur H)

1911 cow boy farm @ 15 b Chillington ^ Chillington with parents (Arther)

27Nov1911 farm labourer b Stokenham: enlisted in Royal Marine Light Infantry, Service No. 15515; served at Deal and Plymouth until discharged, invalided on 15Oct1913 with very good character  Royal Navy records

m 1919.1 Kingsbridge

1939 @ 44 ^ Kingsbridge (Arthur H)

d 1969.1 Kingsbridge @ 73

sp      Emily MAUNDER

(b 1898)

m 1919.1 Kingsbridge

1939 @ 42 ^ Kingsbridge

d 1968.2 Plymouth @ 70

dau    Christine M MITCHELMORE

b 1919.3 Kingsbridge

b 19xx Chillington personal communication

m 1945.3 Surrey MidE, Philip Henry REDFERN

d 1995 personal communication

son    James Stephen MITCHELMORE

b 1927.4 Kingsbridge

confidential persons omitted

The Navy has Rab's birth date as 3Aug1893.  Royal Navy records

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0123

head  Harold James MITCHELMORE

b 1898.1 Kingsbridge

b 3Feb1898 Chillington Australian military records

chr 3Apr1898 Stokenham

1901 @ 3 b Stokenham ^ Chillington, Stokenham with parents (Harold J)

1911 scholar @ 13 b Chillington ^ Chillington with parents (Harold)

1919 Private 346073 Devonshire Regiment: awarded British War and Victory medals (Harold J)  British Army records

2Jan1923 farmer worker @ 24 ^ Chillington: departed London aboard Morton Bay for Fremantle WA with brother Cyril (Harold) UK shipping & migration

2Feb1923 arrived Fremantle aboard Morton Bay (Harold) Australian shipping records

1925-1937 clearer ^ Mukinbudin WA Australian population surveys

m 1929 Mukinbudin (Harold J) personal communication

1935-1939 greengrocer ^ Mukinbudin (J) Australian population surveys

1938 ^ Lake Brown WA

1939-1945 Perth WA: enlisted in Citizens Military Force, No. W243440, next of kin Florence MITCHELMORE Australian military records

1945-1947 ^ Mount Lawley WA Australian newspaper announcements

1949-1963 butcher ^ 14 Wasley Street, [Mount Lawley] Perth Australian population surveys

1963, 1968 retired ^ 57 Yougenup Street, Gnowangerup WA Australian population surveys

1972 ^ 26 Murray Street, Pinjarra WA Australian population surveys

d 27Feb1974 Pinjarra @ 78

d 26Feb1975 Pinjarra @ 78; bur Anglican Cemetery, Karrakatta WA. Named on same memorial: his wife Florence

sp      Florence Pretoria WILLOUGHBY-PRITCHARD

b 1900 personal communication

m 1929 Mukinbudin (Florence P PRITCHARD) personal communication

1931-1937 home duties ^ Mukinbudin Australian population surveys

2Aug1945 ^ Mount Lawley WA (Flo) Australian newspaper announcements

1949-1963 home duties ^ 14 Wasley Street, Perth Australian population surveys

1963, 1968 home duties ^ 57 Yougenup Street, Gnowangerup Australian population surveys

1972 home duties ^ 26 Murrary Street, Pinjarra Australian population surveys

1993 ^ Coolibah Lodge, Third Avenue, Mandurah WA Australian population surveys

d 24Apr1999 Mandurah @ 98; bur Anglican Cemetery, Karrakatta

son    Ronald J MITCHELMORE

b 1930 Perth [stillborn]

d 1930 Perth

d 3Jan1930 Subiaco WA @ less than one year; bur Anglican Cemetery, Karrakatta

son    Harold Raymond MITCHELMORE

(b May1937)

d 1938 Perth

d Mar1938 Subiaco WA (H R) Australian newspaper announcements

d 6Mar1938 Children’s Hospital, Perth @ 9½ mo Australian newspaper announcements

d 6Mar1938 Lake Brown WA @ less than 1 yr; bur Anglican Cemetery, Karrakatta

confidential persons omitted

 

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1378

head  Cyril Emmanuel MITCHELMORE

b 1904.3 Kingsbridge

b 11Jul1904 Chillington Australian military records

chr 6Nov1904 Stokenham

1911 @ 6 b Chillington ^ Chillington with parents (Cyril)

later known as Phil personal communication

2Jan1923 farm worker @ 20 ^ Chillington: departed London for Fremantle WA (Cyril) UK shipping & migration

2Feb1923 arrived Fremantle aboard Morton Bay with brother Harold Australian shipping records

1925-1937 clearer ^ Mukinbudin WA Australian population surveys

m 1929 Perth WA

1935-36 farmer in partnership Howarth & Mitchelmore ^ Mukinbudin (Cyril E) Australian population surveys

1939-1945 Claremont WA: enlisted in AIR, No. WX5069 Australian military records

1943 labourer ^ 195 Guildford Road, Perth Australian population surveys

1949,1954 labourer ^ 14 Wasley Street, Perth with brother Harold Australian population surveys

1958 foreman ^ Lesmurdie Road, Lesmurdie WA Australian population surveys

1958-1968 Public Works Department foreman ^ Koorda WA Australian population surveys

1972, 1977 Public Works Department employee ^ 160 Grove Road, Lesmurdie Australian population surveys

1980 ^ 13 Betti Road, Kalamunda WA Australian population surveys

d 1980 Kalamunda @ 76

d 1May1980 Kalamunda @ 75; bur Roman Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta WA

sp      Alice LYNEHAM

b 1911 personal communication

m 1929 Perth

1936, 1937 home duties ^ Mukinbudin Australian population surveys

1943, 1949 home duties ^ Kalamunda Australian population surveys

1954-1963 ^ 2 Elizabeth Street, Kalamunda Australian population surveys

1968-1980 home duties ^ 1 Elizabeth Street, Kalamunda Australian population surveys

1995 ^ 1 Elizabeth Street, Kalamunda Australian population surveys

d 30Aug1994 Kalamunda; bur Roman Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta

son    Harold K MITCHELMORE

b 1930 Northam WA (stillborn)

d 1930 Northam

son    Arthur Robert MITCHELMORE

b 1932 Merredin WA

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0586

head  William Henry MITCHELMORE

b 1880.2 Kingsbridge

b 25Jun1880 Stokenham North American military records North American memorial inscriptions

1881 @ 9 mo b Stokenham ^ Stokenham with mother Emma and her parents

chr 1Feb1885 Stokenham

1891 scholar @ 10 b Stokenham ^ Cottage, Stokenham with mother and stepfather (William H)

1896 emigrated to Canada

2Mar1900 labourer @ 19 yr 8 mo ^ Stokenham, mother Emma KELLOND ^ Chillington: enlisted at Totnes as Private 4304, 13th Hussars; served in India 19 Dec 1900 to 3 Nov 1905 and South Africa 4 Nov 1905 to 23 Jan 1908; transferred to Army Reserve 2 Mar 1908, discharged 1 Mar 1912 British Army records

7Nov1906 labourer @ 26: arrived Liverpool aboard Empress of Britain from St John NB (William) UK shipping & migration

11Mar1911 gardener @ 31: departed Glasgow aboard Cassandra for St John (W H) UK shipping & migration

20Mar1911 unm gardener @ 31 b England: arrived St John aboard Cassandra from Glasgow, destination Fenwick ON [nr Niagara] (Wm Hy) North American shipping & migration

1911 unm labourer on farm @ 32 b Jun1878 England ^ Pelham ON, immigrated 1911 (Harry MITCHALMORE)

m 7Jun1911 Hamilton ON: William Henry MITCHELMORE, domestic labourer @ 31 ^ Pelham, father William MITCHELMORE, gardener, mother Emma Jane WEEKS; Fanny BISHOP @ 31 ^ Harrow, Middlesex, father Alfred BISHOP, farmer, mother Elizabeth

24Nov1915 enlisted in CEF at Welland ON: laborer (bandsman) b 25Jun1880 Stokenham ^ Ridgeville ON, next of kin wife Fanny; previous served 8 yr Colors, 4 yr Reserves North American military records

6Jun1919 lance corporal, 1 Corps, 75th Btn ^ Ridgeville ON: arrived Halifax NS aboard Mauretania from Liverpool, dispersal draft North American shipping & migration

1921 gardener, own business @ 42 b England ^ North Pelham Street, Pelham

1942 an old British soldier ^ St Catharines ON: had served in India in a regiment where Winston Churchill was a well-loved officer North American military records

d 1952; bur Victoria Lawn Cemetery, St Catharines ON (Harry)

sp      Fanny BISHOP

b 1880.3 Thame

b 20Jul1880 Oxford North American memorial inscriptions

1896 emigrated to Canada

m 7Jun1911 Hamilton

3Mar1916 married Canadian citizen @ 35 b Oxford, England: entered USA at Niagara Falls, last permanent address in Canada Rudyville ON, nearest relative in Canada husband William H ^ Welland ON North American shipping & migration

1921 @ 40 b England ^ North Pelham Street, Pelham

d 9Dec1955 St Catharines General Hospital, "had lived for 37 years in this district” North American newspaper announcements

d 9Dec1955; bur Victoria Lawn Cemetery, St Catharines (Fanny Bishop)

son    Alfred Henry MITCHELMORE

b 24Mar1912 Pelham

d 5Sep1912 Pelham

dau    Violet Mary MITCHELMORE

b 1913 ON personal communication

1921 @ 7 b ON ^ North Pelham Street, Pelham with parents

m 193x, William TAGGART

d 2003 personal communication

son    George Albert MITCHELMORE

b 1915 ON personal communication

dau    Frances Elizabeth MICHELMORE

b 30Oct1918 North American memorial inscriptions

b 191x Ridgeville [part of Pelham]

d 30Oct1918 Welland

d 30Oct1918; bur Brown's Burying Ground, Fonthill, Pelham (Fannie) North American memorial inscriptions

son    John Edward MITCHELMORE

b 11May1921 Fonthill [part of Pelham]

1921 @ 1 mo b ON ^ North Pelham Street, Pelham with parents

d 27Jul1921 Pelham, Welland ON @ 0

d 27Jul1921; bur Dawdy's Burying Ground, Hillside, Pelham

In the baptism register, "George Edwin KELLAND, labourer” is written in the "father” column, deleted and "illegitimate child” written above it. His mother married George Edwin KELLOND in 1883.

 

 

William

William

 

 

William's memorial

William's memorial

 

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Fanny's memorial

 

 

 

Violet & Bill

Violet & Bill


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1100

head  Charles William Jeffery MITCHELMORE

b 1905.3 Kingsbridge

b 4Jun1905

chr 16Jul1905 Thurlestone

1911 @ 5 ^ Thurlestone with parents (Charlies Jeffrey)

m 1926.2 Exeter (Charles W J)

d Apr1985 Thurlestone (Charles William J)

sp      Ivy Hilda M CLAPP

b 3Nov1903

m 1926.2 Exeter (Ivy H M)

1939 @ 36 ^ Kingsbridge with her sister-in-law Audrey (Ivy M H)

d Jul1985 Kingsbridge

dau    Dorothy Hilda Catherine MITCHELMORE

b 1928.1 Exeter (Dorothy H D)

d 1935.3 Kingsbridge @ 7

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1094

head  John Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1907.3 Kingsbridge

chr 25Aug1907 Thurlestone

1911 @ 3 ^ Thurlestone (John)

m 1926.2 Kingsbridge, FREEMAN (John E)

m 4Apr1926 East Allington, FREEMAN

1939-1945 named on memorial tablet in Thurlestone Parish Church British Army records

d 1943.1 Falmouth

d 2Feb1943 Falmouth @ 36, "soldier ^ Sea View, Thurlestone, run over and killed by a lorry on Melville Road" UK newspaper announcements

d 2Feb1943: private 5621605 30th Bn Devonshire Regt @ 39, son of Sylvanus and Sarah Jane MITCHELMORE of Thurlestone; bur All Saints, Thurlestone British Army records

sp      Audrey FREEMAN

b 190x

m 1926.2 Kingsbridge

m 4Apr1926 East Allington

1939 @ 34 ^ Kingsbridge with her sister-in-law Ivy

2Feb1943 ^ Thurlestone British Army records

d 1966.1 Kingsbridge @ 60

son    Roy Edward MITCHELMORE

b 1926.3 Kingsbridge (Roy E)

dau    Audrey Elizabeth J MITCHELMORE

b 1930.1 Kingsbridge

m 1948.3 Middlesex S, Peter J D BAMFORD

d 12Jul2012 Derriford Hospital, Plymouth UK newspaper announcements

bur 25Jul2012 Efford Crematorium, Plymouth UK newspaper announcements

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0239

head  Ernest Henry MITCHELMORE

b 15Jul1891

1901 @ 9 b Hoboken, USA ^ Totnes with grandparents Henry and Ann HAYMAN

1911  horseman on farm @ 19 b USA ^ 4 Eiffel Place, Maudlin Road,
Totnes with grandparents Henry and Ann HAYMAN (Ernest)

m 1913.2 Plympton, TULLIDGE (Ernest H)

m 29Apr1913 Egg Buckland, TULLIDGE

moved to Uffculme to work on railways personal communication

12Feb1933 Great Western Railway signalman ^ Uffculme: prevented a major disaster at Tiverton Junction by diverting a train that would have collided with a high-speed London express onto a siding (Edward) UK life events

Jun1937 appointed Serving Brother in the Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem UK life events

Mar1939 at meeting of the Tiverton Junction branch of the Great Western Railway Staff Association, presented with gold medal and bar for 23 yr ambulance service (E) UK life events

1939 @ 48 ^ Tiverton (Ernest H)

d 1969.4 Tiverton @ 78

sp      Marjorie TULLIDGE

(b 1884)

m 1913.2 Plympton

m 29Apr1913 Egg Buckland

1939 @ 56 ^ Tiverton

d 1968.1 Tiverton @ 84

dau    Winna Retta MITCHELMORE

b 1914.1 Kingsbridge

d 1914.2 Bodmin @ 2 [mo] (Winnaretta)

d 9Apr1914 @ 11 wk; bur Restormel Road Cemetery, Lostwithiel, Cornwall (Winneretta)

dau    Joan MITCHELMORE

b 1917.3 Lancaster

b 5Jul1917

1939 @ 22 ^ Tiverton with parents

m 1943.1 Totnes, Clifford J HARDING

d 1969.4 Tiverton

son    John Tulledge MITCHELMORE

b 1922.2 Tiverton [twin]

son    Thomas E MITCHELMORE

b 1922.2 Tiverton [twin]

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 0803

head  Frederick Wallace MITCHELMORE

b 1892.3 Kingsbridge

b 22Aug1892 Woodleigh

1901 @ 8 b Woodleigh ^ Mounts Cottage, East Allington with parents (Fred W)

known as Wallace personal communication

served 7 yr apprenticeship as blacksmith with father British Army records

1911 blacksmith @ 18 b Woodleigh ^ East Allington (Wallace)

16Nov1914 blacksmith, porter GWR @ 22 yr 3 mo ^ Helston Road, Penryn, Cornwall: enlisted in British Army, corporal 10674 Army Service Corps British Army records

1914-1919 farrier, corporal; left school 1906, joined up Nov1914, went across Nov1916: ASC 1st Cavalry Field Ambulance, Western Front; discharged Jan1919 British Army records

m 1916.2 Willesden, CHENERY

m 12Jun1916 All Souls, Harlesden: Frederick Wallace MITCHELMORE, soldier @ 23 ^ 7 Manor Park Road, Harlesden, father John Henry MITCHELMORE, smith; Ethel Florence CHENERY @ 24 ^ 7 Manor Park Road, Harlesden, father Henry John CHENERY (deceased), pianoforte maker

1919 awarded British War and Victory medals (Frederick W) British Army records

1939 @ 47 ^ Willesden (Frederick W)

29Mar1945 ^ Harlesden, Middlesex British Army records

d 1980.1 Surrey SW

sp      Ethel Florence CHENERY

b 16Oct1891

m 1916.2 Willesden

m 12Jun1916 All Souls, Harlesden

1939 @ 48 ^ Tiverton with mother-in-law Ann

29Mar1945 ^ Harlesden, Middlesex British Army records

d 1972.3 East Hampstead

son    Reginald Wallace MITCHELMORE

b 1919.4 Willesden

d 29Mar1945: Trooper 6847795 3rd Reconnaissance Regiment, Royal Armoured Corps (8th Btn, The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers) @ 25 ^ Harlesden, Middlesex; bur Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Germany British Army records

9Nov1997 St Andrew's Church, Hexham: included in Book of Remembrance (Trooper R W) British Army records

confidential persons omitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reginald's memorial

Reginalds's memorial


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 1116

head  Frank Silvester MITCHELMORE

b 1895.4 Kingsbridge

1901 @ 5 b Woodleigh ^ Mounts Cottage, East Allington with parents (Frank S)

1911 blacksmith @ 15 b Woodleigh ^ East Allington (Frank S)

later known as Sylvanus personal communication

m 1928.4 Wincanton, Florence POYNTING (Frank S)

1939 @ 43 ^ Herford (Frank S)

d 1968.2 Devizes @ 71 (Frank S)

sp      Florence Linda POYNTING

b 10Oct1903

m 1928.4 Wincanton (Florence L)

1939 @ 37 ^ Herford (Florence L)

d 1979.3 Devizes

confidential persons omitted

 


Tree 09

Generation 12

Family 5249

head  Harold Nelson MITCHELMORE

b 1898.2 Warminster

b 14Mar1898 personal communication

27Apr1899 departed England for Quebec and Montreal aboard Scotsman with parents (infant MICHELMIRE) UK shipping & migration

1901 @ 3 b England (14Mar1898) ^ Crescent, Assiniboia East SK with parents, immigrated 1899 (Harold N)

1906 @ 8 b SK ^ Easlindale?, Assinboia East with parents (Nelson)

1911 @ 12 b England (Apr1903) ^ Waldron SK with parents (Harold)

m1 191x, BEVAN personal communication

1921 motor expert at garage @ 23 b England ^ 418 Avenue G North, Saskatoon SK (Harold N)

m2 194x, SHRIMPTON personal communication

1944 mechanic

1945 instructor ^ 923 Avenue M, Saskatoon (Nelson) Other North American population surveys

1949 mechanic ^ 923 Avenue M, Saskatoon (Nelson) Other North American population surveys

m3 196x, WEIGHTMAN personal communication

1962-1963 caretaker ^ 413 Ninth Street, Saskatoon (Harold/Nels) Other North American population surveys

1965 caretaker ^ 225 Sixth Street, Saskatoon (Nelson) Other North American population surveys

1968 retired ^ 225 Sixth Street, Saskatoon (Harold W) Other North American population surveys

d 16Sep1972 225 6th Street, Saskatoon @ 74 North American newspaper announcements

d 16Sep1972; bur Woodlawn Cemetery, Saskatoon. Named on same memorial: his daughter-in-law Elizabeth 5283

sp1    Elizabeth Ann BEVAN

b 1901.4 Redruth

b 23Sep1901 personal communication

known as Annie

1910 emigrated to Canada