Thomas Tipper

ID# 33040, born 1866
Father*Thomas Tipper born 19 Apr. 1829
Mother*Catherine Chadwick born say 1830
Relationship5th great-grandson of Edward Tipper
     Thomas Tipper, son of Thomas Tipper and Catherine Chadwick, was born in Sale, Victoria, Australia, Victoria, in 1866.1


     Thomas was also known as George Thomas Tipper.

     George Thomas Tipper was included in the Index to the Children's Registers of State Wards, 1850 -1893.
     TIPPER     George Thomas     Born - 1866     Boy's Book 2, Page 213
     TIPPER     George Thomas     Born - 1866     Old Series 3, Page 664
     TIPPER     George Thomas     Born - 1866     Old Series 12, Page 90.2

     
Sydney Morning Herald, 11 Mar 1911
A DISPUTED WILL.
PECULIAR CASE.
DISCLAIMED CHILDREN.

MELBOURNE, Monday.
The hearing of the Moore will case was continued today. A caveat has been
lodged against the grant of probate to the will of Catherine Elizabeth Moore, of Elizabeth Street, Richmond, who, it is alleged, forgot that she was married to Thomas Tipper, by whom she had three children The caveator is George Tipper one of the three sons of testatrix, all of whom she disclaimed. Mrs. Moore made her will on the afternoon of November 8 last, and in the early morning of November 10 she died. She left an estate valued at £907. The bulk of the estate goes to her widower, who, with William Arthur Jones, is the executor. The grounds of the caveat are undue influence and testamentary incapacity.
Thomas Tipper, caveator, said that while he was in the Industrial school he was visited there by a man and woman. He saw the late Mrs. Moore before her death. He called at her place on one occasion when he was assaulted by Moore.
His mother called out, when he went to the house, "Who is there?''
Moore replied, "Tipper," and testatrix called out, "Kick him out, the blackmailer."
He was a cripple at the time and Moore assaulted him. While he was living at Redfern, New South Wales, he wrote to his mother, enclosing a photo of himself. This letter was returned to him with a note from his mother. He was 14 years of age. From the time he was 19 he had made inquiries for his mother. It was after his mother had married Moore that witness first learned that she had lived with Carrodus. Before he wrote the first letter to his mother he was told that she had property. He did not know the value of the property, but he thought it was worth "looking after."
His brother Harry told him that when he went to see his mother she called him a blackmailer, scoundrel, thief, and rogue."

Mr. McArthur (for the executors): “You say in one of your letters, "I have heard about your troubles.” ” What troubles do you refer to?"
"Her getting married to Moore. "(Laughter.)
“When did you first make up your mind that your mother was insane?''
"When people break the law and marry another person when the former husband is alive, I think they are insane."
ln reply to a further question, witness said he last saw his father in 1887.
Witness's brother Harry said he saw and spoke to his father in Bourke Street about the time his mother married Moore.
Thomas O'Neill said testatrix told him that Sir Rupert Clarke was her nephew and that the clerks in Sir Rupert Clarke's office used to call her "Aunty." She had spoken to witness about men wanting to marry her.
George Herbert Cattering, clerk in the Department for Neglected Children produced a record of the department, showing the committal of one son of Catherine Tipper on May 25 1871, from Collingwood and of another son in
1876. His record showed that the mother was in the hospital suffering from a disease of the heart and that the father was in the Benevolent Asylum in 1885.
Mr McArthur: “This is very important: It seems very doubtful now if she is the same woman.”
Mr. Justice Hood: “It raises considerable doubt.”
Another record showed: "Father dead. Mother lived with John Carrodus 1875."

Elizabeth Brennan said she knew Mrs.Moore as Mrs.Tipper when she was living in Little Smith-Street Richmond. She knew her three boys. The caveator was one of the boys.
Mr.Justice Hood: “I am fairly well satisfied that the testatrix was Mrs.Tipper: that she lived with John Carrodus, and that she had three children. But I am not satisfied that the caveator was one of them.”

The case stands part heard.


Adelaide Advertiser, 22 Mar 1911

SAID HE WAS NOT HER SON.

THE MOORE WILL CASE.

THOMAS TIPPER'S EVIDENCE.

Melbourne, March 20.

Tile hearing of the action in which the validity of a will made by Catherine Moore, of Elizabeth Street, Richmond, is disputed was continued before Mr. Justice Hood in the Banco Court today.
The caveator, Thomas Tipper, said he first thought his mother insane when he knew she was getting married without knowing whether her first husband were alive or dead, and when she could not recognise her own children. He wrote to her on one occasion threatening proceedings against her in the matter of her marriage certificate and for libelling the characters of his brother and himself. In the letter he said:- "I am very sorry I have to do such a thing to my mother, but others are before her own offspring, which has never been known before in British history or among the blacks of Africa." He also made use of the expression -"You a mother, despise your own flesh and blood, which no beasts of the field do to their young." He did not think it would be right to prosecute an insane mother for bigamy.

Thomas O'Neill, of Hoddle-Street West, Richmond, said he rented a shop from the testatrix, for nearly three years. When he took the shop she told him she was a widow, and that her relations had treated her badly. In fact, one of them had tried to poison her. One person who was against her had, she said, gone so far as to try to chisel the name off her dead husband's tombstone. The reason she gave for attempts to poison here was that her relatives wanted her property. Some man or other was always, according to her story, about to marry her. In Agricultural Show week of 1907 Mrs. Moore was visited by her son. Harry Tipper, a sturdy, respectable man, 6 ft. 2 in. in height, weighing 14 st. He was a champion cyclist, who had performed some extraordinary feats of weigh carrying whilst riding, and had also ridden the smallest bicycle in the world, weighing only 12 lb.

His Honor – “Eccentricity must run in the family when a son weighing 14 st. rides 12-lb. bicycle.”

The witness, continuing. said Harry Tipper called at his shop after his visit to his mother. Whilst he, was there Mrs. Moore came in, and called Tipper an impostor, a blackmailer, and a scoundrel. Subsequently the testatrix told the witness that Tipper's statement that he was her son was absurd, as she had never had any children. She had had charge of three boys, whose mother had dropped dead before her marriage to Moore. She said she was going to get married, and the Archbishop was going to lend her his carriage.
Her former husband, John Carrodus, she declared, came to her nightly in visions to "guide her in all things."

Ellen Elizabeth Brennan said she knew the testatrix over 30 years ago as Mrs. Tipper. She had three children, all boys, and ran away from them. In later years, when the witness spoke to her about her children, the testatrix denied that she had ever had any.


Hobart Mercury, 31 Mar 1911

CURIOUS WILL CASE. SON'S UNSUCCESSFUL ACTION.

MELBOURNE, March 31.

Mr. Justice Hood delivered his reserved judgment today in the Moore will case. A caveat had been lodged against the granting of probate to the will of Catherine Elizabeth Moore, of Richmond, who, it was alleged, forgot that she was married to Thomas Tipper, by whom she had three children. The caveator was George Tipper, one of the three sons of the testatrix.

Mrs Moore made her will on November 8 last, and two days later she died, leaving estate of the value of £907. The bulk of the estate goes to her widower, who, along with William Arthur Jones, is the executor. The grounds of the caveat were that undue influence had been brought to bear on the deceased, and also on her testamentary capacity.

His Honor upheld the will, and ordered the caveator to pay costs.


Melbourne Argus, 5 APR 1911
FORGOTTEN MARRIAGE
HIGH COURT APPEAL.

Notice of appeal to the High Court was lodged yesterday by Messrs. Abbott and Beckett, the solicitors for the caveator, in the case of the will of Catherine Moore.

Mr. Justice Hood granted probate to the will, and made the caveator pay the costs. The matter is now to be tested in the High Court, the grounds of appeal, amongst others, being that the judgement was against evidence and the weight of evidence, and that the learned judge applied wrong principles and applied right principles wrongly.
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  1. [S107] General Register Office - Index of Births - Victoria - reg. #10819.
  2. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:-
    About Victoria, Australia, Index to the Children's Registers of State Wards, 1850 -1893
    This is an index of Children’s Registers of State Wards in Victoria, Australia between 1850 and 1893. It is culled from the records of the Department for Neglected and Criminal Children and industrial and reformatory schools of the 19th Century in Victoria, Australia. The index has more than 29,000 names of children who were under the state’s protection and its records contain:
    Name; Birth date; Birthplace; Volume; Page.
    The index has the volumes and page numbers in those volumes, but the volume names are abbreviated and need to be looked up in the introduction to determine which volume contains the specific record.

Alfred Henry Tipper

ID# 33041, born 1867, died 1944
Father*Thomas Tipper born 19 Apr. 1829
Mother*Catherine Chadwick born say 1830
Relationship5th great-grandson of Edward Tipper
     Alfred Henry Tipper, son of Thomas Tipper and Catherine Chadwick, was born in Sale, Victoria, Australia, Victoria, in 1867.1


     Alfred was also known as Harry Alfred Tipper.

     Alfred Henry Tipper was included in the Index to the Children's Registers of State Wards, 1850 -1893.
     TIPPER     Alfred     Born - 1867     Boy's Book 1, Page 108
     TIPPER     Alfred     Born - 1867     Old Series 3, Page 663
     TIPPER     Alfred     Born - 1867     Old Series 12, Page 141.2

     
Sydney Morning Herald, 11 Mar 1911
A DISPUTED WILL.
PECULIAR CASE.
DISCLAIMED CHILDREN.

MELBOURNE, Monday.
The hearing of the Moore will case was continued today. A caveat has been
lodged against the grant of probate to the will of Catherine Elizabeth Moore, of Elizabeth Street, Richmond, who, it is alleged, forgot that she was married to Thomas Tipper, by whom she had three children The caveator is George Tipper one of the three sons of testatrix, all of whom she disclaimed. Mrs. Moore made her will on the afternoon of November 8 last, and in the early morning of November 10 she died. She left an estate valued at £907. The bulk of the estate goes to her widower, who, with William Arthur Jones, is the executor. The grounds of the caveat are undue influence and testamentary incapacity.
Thomas Tipper, caveator, said that while he was in the Industrial school he was visited there by a man and woman. He saw the late Mrs. Moore before her death. He called at her place on one occasion when he was assaulted by Moore.
His mother called out, when he went to the house, "Who is there?''
Moore replied, "Tipper," and testatrix called out, "Kick him out, the blackmailer."
He was a cripple at the time and Moore assaulted him. While he was living at Redfern, New South Wales, he wrote to his mother, enclosing a photo of himself. This letter was returned to him with a note from his mother. He was 14 years of age. From the time he was 19 he had made inquiries for his mother. It was after his mother had married Moore that witness first learned that she had lived with Carrodus. Before he wrote the first letter to his mother he was told that she had property. He did not know the value of the property, but he thought it was worth "looking after."
His brother Harry told him that when he went to see his mother she called him a blackmailer, scoundrel, thief, and rogue."

Mr. McArthur (for the executors): “You say in one of your letters, "I have heard about your troubles.” ” What troubles do you refer to?"
"Her getting married to Moore. "(Laughter.)
“When did you first make up your mind that your mother was insane?''
"When people break the law and marry another person when the former husband is alive, I think they are insane."
ln reply to a further question, witness said he last saw his father in 1887.
Witness's brother Harry said he saw and spoke to his father in Bourke Street about the time his mother married Moore.
Thomas O'Neill said testatrix told him that Sir Rupert Clarke was her nephew and that the clerks in Sir Rupert Clarke's office used to call her "Aunty." She had spoken to witness about men wanting to marry her.
George Herbert Cattering, clerk in the Department for Neglected Children produced a record of the department, showing the committal of one son of Catherine Tipper on May 25 1871, from Collingwood and of another son in
1876. His record showed that the mother was in the hospital suffering from a disease of the heart and that the father was in the Benevolent Asylum in 1885.
Mr McArthur: “This is very important: It seems very doubtful now if she is the same woman.”
Mr. Justice Hood: “It raises considerable doubt.”
Another record showed: "Father dead. Mother lived with John Carrodus 1875."

Elizabeth Brennan said she knew Mrs.Moore as Mrs.Tipper when she was living in Little Smith-Street Richmond. She knew her three boys. The caveator was one of the boys.
Mr.Justice Hood: “I am fairly well satisfied that the testatrix was Mrs.Tipper: that she lived with John Carrodus, and that she had three children. But I am not satisfied that the caveator was one of them.”

The case stands part heard.


Adelaide Advertiser, 22 Mar 1911

SAID HE WAS NOT HER SON.

THE MOORE WILL CASE.

THOMAS TIPPER'S EVIDENCE.

Melbourne, March 20.

Tile hearing of the action in which the validity of a will made by Catherine Moore, of Elizabeth Street, Richmond, is disputed was continued before Mr. Justice Hood in the Banco Court today.
The caveator, Thomas Tipper, said he first thought his mother insane when he knew she was getting married without knowing whether her first husband were alive or dead, and when she could not recognise her own children. He wrote to her on one occasion threatening proceedings against her in the matter of her marriage certificate and for libelling the characters of his brother and himself. In the letter he said:- "I am very sorry I have to do such a thing to my mother, but others are before her own offspring, which has never been known before in British history or among the blacks of Africa." He also made use of the expression -"You a mother, despise your own flesh and blood, which no beasts of the field do to their young." He did not think it would be right to prosecute an insane mother for bigamy.

Thomas O'Neill, of Hoddle-Street West, Richmond, said he rented a shop from the testatrix, for nearly three years. When he took the shop she told him she was a widow, and that her relations had treated her badly. In fact, one of them had tried to poison her. One person who was against her had, she said, gone so far as to try to chisel the name off her dead husband's tombstone. The reason she gave for attempts to poison here was that her relatives wanted her property. Some man or other was always, according to her story, about to marry her. In Agricultural Show week of 1907 Mrs. Moore was visited by her son. Harry Tipper, a sturdy, respectable man, 6 ft. 2 in. in height, weighing 14 st. He was a champion cyclist, who had performed some extraordinary feats of weigh carrying whilst riding, and had also ridden the smallest bicycle in the world, weighing only 12 lb.

His Honor – “Eccentricity must run in the family when a son weighing 14 st. rides 12-lb. bicycle.”

The witness, continuing. said Harry Tipper called at his shop after his visit to his mother. Whilst he, was there Mrs. Moore came in, and called Tipper an impostor, a blackmailer, and a scoundrel. Subsequently the testatrix told the witness that Tipper's statement that he was her son was absurd, as she had never had any children. She had had charge of three boys, whose mother had dropped dead before her marriage to Moore. She said she was going to get married, and the Archbishop was going to lend her his carriage.
Her former husband, John Carrodus, she declared, came to her nightly in visions to "guide her in all things."

Ellen Elizabeth Brennan said she knew the testatrix over 30 years ago as Mrs. Tipper. She had three children, all boys, and ran away from them. In later years, when the witness spoke to her about her children, the testatrix denied that she had ever had any.


Hobart Mercury, 31 Mar 1911

CURIOUS WILL CASE. SON'S UNSUCCESSFUL ACTION.

MELBOURNE, March 31.

Mr. Justice Hood delivered his reserved judgment today in the Moore will case. A caveat had been lodged against the granting of probate to the will of Catherine Elizabeth Moore, of Richmond, who, it was alleged, forgot that she was married to Thomas Tipper, by whom she had three children. The caveator was George Tipper, one of the three sons of the testatrix.

Mrs Moore made her will on November 8 last, and two days later she died, leaving estate of the value of £907. The bulk of the estate goes to her widower, who, along with William Arthur Jones, is the executor. The grounds of the caveat were that undue influence had been brought to bear on the deceased, and also on her testamentary capacity.

His Honor upheld the will, and ordered the caveator to pay costs.


Melbourne Argus, 5 APR 1911
FORGOTTEN MARRIAGE
HIGH COURT APPEAL.

Notice of appeal to the High Court was lodged yesterday by Messrs. Abbott and Beckett, the solicitors for the caveator, in the case of the will of Catherine Moore.

Mr. Justice Hood granted probate to the will, and made the caveator pay the costs. The matter is now to be tested in the High Court, the grounds of appeal, amongst others, being that the judgement was against evidence and the weight of evidence, and that the learned judge applied wrong principles and applied right principles wrongly.

     Alfred Henry Tipper, son of Thomas Tipper and Catherine Chadwick, died in 1944, in Victoria, Australia, Victoria, "aged 77 years".3
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  1. [S107] General Register Office - Index of Births - Victoria - reg. #17714.
  2. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:-
    About Victoria, Australia, Index to the Children's Registers of State Wards, 1850 -1893
    This is an index of Children’s Registers of State Wards in Victoria, Australia between 1850 and 1893. It is culled from the records of the Department for Neglected and Criminal Children and industrial and reformatory schools of the 19th Century in Victoria, Australia. The index has more than 29,000 names of children who were under the state’s protection and its records contain:
    Name; Birth date; Birthplace; Volume; Page.
    The index has the volumes and page numbers in those volumes, but the volume names are abbreviated and need to be looked up in the introduction to determine which volume contains the specific record.
  3. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths- Victoria - reg. #2881.

William Tipper

ID# 33042, born 1869
Father*Thomas Tipper born 19 Apr. 1829
Mother*Catherine Chadwick born say 1830
Relationship5th great-grandson of Edward Tipper
     William Tipper, son of Thomas Tipper and Catherine Chadwick, was born in Lucknow, Victoria, Australia, Victoria, in 1869.1


     William was also known as William Glenalladale Tipper.

     William Glenalladale Tipper was included in the Index to the Children's Registers of State Wards, 1850 -1893.
     TIPPER     William Glenalladale     Born - 1868     Boy's Book 1, Page 109
     TIPPER     William Glenalladale     Born - 1868     Old Series 3, Page 664
     TIPPER     William Glenalladale     Born - 1868     Old Series 12, Page 507.2

     
Sydney Morning Herald, 11 Mar 1911
A DISPUTED WILL.
PECULIAR CASE.
DISCLAIMED CHILDREN.

MELBOURNE, Monday.
The hearing of the Moore will case was continued today. A caveat has been
lodged against the grant of probate to the will of Catherine Elizabeth Moore, of Elizabeth Street, Richmond, who, it is alleged, forgot that she was married to Thomas Tipper, by whom she had three children The caveator is George Tipper one of the three sons of testatrix, all of whom she disclaimed. Mrs. Moore made her will on the afternoon of November 8 last, and in the early morning of November 10 she died. She left an estate valued at £907. The bulk of the estate goes to her widower, who, with William Arthur Jones, is the executor. The grounds of the caveat are undue influence and testamentary incapacity.
Thomas Tipper, caveator, said that while he was in the Industrial school he was visited there by a man and woman. He saw the late Mrs. Moore before her death. He called at her place on one occasion when he was assaulted by Moore.
His mother called out, when he went to the house, "Who is there?''
Moore replied, "Tipper," and testatrix called out, "Kick him out, the blackmailer."
He was a cripple at the time and Moore assaulted him. While he was living at Redfern, New South Wales, he wrote to his mother, enclosing a photo of himself. This letter was returned to him with a note from his mother. He was 14 years of age. From the time he was 19 he had made inquiries for his mother. It was after his mother had married Moore that witness first learned that she had lived with Carrodus. Before he wrote the first letter to his mother he was told that she had property. He did not know the value of the property, but he thought it was worth "looking after."
His brother Harry told him that when he went to see his mother she called him a blackmailer, scoundrel, thief, and rogue."

Mr. McArthur (for the executors): “You say in one of your letters, "I have heard about your troubles.” ” What troubles do you refer to?"
"Her getting married to Moore. "(Laughter.)
“When did you first make up your mind that your mother was insane?''
"When people break the law and marry another person when the former husband is alive, I think they are insane."
ln reply to a further question, witness said he last saw his father in 1887.
Witness's brother Harry said he saw and spoke to his father in Bourke Street about the time his mother married Moore.
Thomas O'Neill said testatrix told him that Sir Rupert Clarke was her nephew and that the clerks in Sir Rupert Clarke's office used to call her "Aunty." She had spoken to witness about men wanting to marry her.
George Herbert Cattering, clerk in the Department for Neglected Children produced a record of the department, showing the committal of one son of Catherine Tipper on May 25 1871, from Collingwood and of another son in
1876. His record showed that the mother was in the hospital suffering from a disease of the heart and that the father was in the Benevolent Asylum in 1885.
Mr McArthur: “This is very important: It seems very doubtful now if she is the same woman.”
Mr. Justice Hood: “It raises considerable doubt.”
Another record showed: "Father dead. Mother lived with John Carrodus 1875."

Elizabeth Brennan said she knew Mrs.Moore as Mrs.Tipper when she was living in Little Smith-Street Richmond. She knew her three boys. The caveator was one of the boys.
Mr.Justice Hood: “I am fairly well satisfied that the testatrix was Mrs.Tipper: that she lived with John Carrodus, and that she had three children. But I am not satisfied that the caveator was one of them.”

The case stands part heard.


Adelaide Advertiser, 22 Mar 1911

SAID HE WAS NOT HER SON.

THE MOORE WILL CASE.

THOMAS TIPPER'S EVIDENCE.

Melbourne, March 20.

Tile hearing of the action in which the validity of a will made by Catherine Moore, of Elizabeth Street, Richmond, is disputed was continued before Mr. Justice Hood in the Banco Court today.
The caveator, Thomas Tipper, said he first thought his mother insane when he knew she was getting married without knowing whether her first husband were alive or dead, and when she could not recognise her own children. He wrote to her on one occasion threatening proceedings against her in the matter of her marriage certificate and for libelling the characters of his brother and himself. In the letter he said:- "I am very sorry I have to do such a thing to my mother, but others are before her own offspring, which has never been known before in British history or among the blacks of Africa." He also made use of the expression -"You a mother, despise your own flesh and blood, which no beasts of the field do to their young." He did not think it would be right to prosecute an insane mother for bigamy.

Thomas O'Neill, of Hoddle-Street West, Richmond, said he rented a shop from the testatrix, for nearly three years. When he took the shop she told him she was a widow, and that her relations had treated her badly. In fact, one of them had tried to poison her. One person who was against her had, she said, gone so far as to try to chisel the name off her dead husband's tombstone. The reason she gave for attempts to poison here was that her relatives wanted her property. Some man or other was always, according to her story, about to marry her. In Agricultural Show week of 1907 Mrs. Moore was visited by her son. Harry Tipper, a sturdy, respectable man, 6 ft. 2 in. in height, weighing 14 st. He was a champion cyclist, who had performed some extraordinary feats of weigh carrying whilst riding, and had also ridden the smallest bicycle in the world, weighing only 12 lb.

His Honor – “Eccentricity must run in the family when a son weighing 14 st. rides 12-lb. bicycle.”

The witness, continuing. said Harry Tipper called at his shop after his visit to his mother. Whilst he, was there Mrs. Moore came in, and called Tipper an impostor, a blackmailer, and a scoundrel. Subsequently the testatrix told the witness that Tipper's statement that he was her son was absurd, as she had never had any children. She had had charge of three boys, whose mother had dropped dead before her marriage to Moore. She said she was going to get married, and the Archbishop was going to lend her his carriage.
Her former husband, John Carrodus, she declared, came to her nightly in visions to "guide her in all things."

Ellen Elizabeth Brennan said she knew the testatrix over 30 years ago as Mrs. Tipper. She had three children, all boys, and ran away from them. In later years, when the witness spoke to her about her children, the testatrix denied that she had ever had any.


Hobart Mercury, 31 Mar 1911

CURIOUS WILL CASE. SON'S UNSUCCESSFUL ACTION.

MELBOURNE, March 31.

Mr. Justice Hood delivered his reserved judgment today in the Moore will case. A caveat had been lodged against the granting of probate to the will of Catherine Elizabeth Moore, of Richmond, who, it was alleged, forgot that she was married to Thomas Tipper, by whom she had three children. The caveator was George Tipper, one of the three sons of the testatrix.

Mrs Moore made her will on November 8 last, and two days later she died, leaving estate of the value of £907. The bulk of the estate goes to her widower, who, along with William Arthur Jones, is the executor. The grounds of the caveat were that undue influence had been brought to bear on the deceased, and also on her testamentary capacity.

His Honor upheld the will, and ordered the caveator to pay costs.


Melbourne Argus, 5 APR 1911
FORGOTTEN MARRIAGE
HIGH COURT APPEAL.

Notice of appeal to the High Court was lodged yesterday by Messrs. Abbott and Beckett, the solicitors for the caveator, in the case of the will of Catherine Moore.

Mr. Justice Hood granted probate to the will, and made the caveator pay the costs. The matter is now to be tested in the High Court, the grounds of appeal, amongst others, being that the judgement was against evidence and the weight of evidence, and that the learned judge applied wrong principles and applied right principles wrongly.
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  1. [S107] General Register Office - Index of Births - Victoria - reg. #212.
  2. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:-
    About Victoria, Australia, Index to the Children's Registers of State Wards, 1850 -1893
    This is an index of Children’s Registers of State Wards in Victoria, Australia between 1850 and 1893. It is culled from the records of the Department for Neglected and Criminal Children and industrial and reformatory schools of the 19th Century in Victoria, Australia. The index has more than 29,000 names of children who were under the state’s protection and its records contain:
    Name; Birth date; Birthplace; Volume; Page.
    The index has the volumes and page numbers in those volumes, but the volume names are abbreviated and need to be looked up in the introduction to determine which volume contains the specific record.

Emily Henrietta Tipper

ID# 33043, born 1870, died 1870
Father*Thomas Tipper born 19 Apr. 1829
Mother*Catherine Chadwick born say 1830
Relationship5th great-granddaughter of Edward Tipper
     Emily Henrietta Tipper, daughter of Thomas Tipper and Catherine Chadwick, was born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, in 1870.1


     Emily Henrietta Tipper, daughter of Thomas Tipper and Catherine Chadwick, died in 1870 in Victoria, [ L6] her Death was Registered at the Victoria Register Office in 1870.2
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  1. [S107] General Register Office - Index of Births - Victoria - reg. #3906.
  2. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths- Victoria - reg. #7540.

Alice Southern

ID# 33044, born 1806
     Alice Southern was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, in 1806.


     The U.K.Census of 7 April 1861 listed her as the Mother of the Head of Household - Ann Tipper, at 9 Torbock Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, who is recorded as -
          Ann Tipper     Head     Widow     23     Housemaid     LAN. Liverpool.1
     Alice's entry for the 1861 Census was recorded as -
          Alice Southern     Mother     Widow     55     Laundrymaid     LAN. Liverpool.1

Family

Children
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  1. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 2696; Folio: 17; Page: 29; Schedule: 176.

William Southern

ID# 33045, born 1841
Mother*Alice Southern born 1806
     William Southern, son of Alice Southern, was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, in 1841.


     The U.K.Census of 7 April 1861 listed him as a Brother of the Head of Household - Ann Tipper, at 9 Torbock Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, who is recorded as -
          Ann Tipper     Head     Widow     23     Housemaid     LAN. Liverpool.1
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  1. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 2696; Folio: 17; Page: 29; Schedule: 176.

Thomas Southern

ID# 33046, born 1838
Mother*Alice Southern born 1806
     Thomas Southern, son of Alice Southern, was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, in 1838.


     The U.K.Census of 7 April 1861 listed him as a Brother of the Head of Household - Ann Tipper, at 9 Torbock Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, who is recorded as -
          Ann Tipper     Head     Widow     23     Housemaid     LAN. Liverpool.1
     Thomas's entry for the 1861 Census was recorded as -
          Thomas Southern     Brother     Unmarried     23     Brewer Labourer     LAN. Liverpool.1
     Thomas's entry for the 1861 Census was recorded as -
          William Southern     Brother     Unmarried     20     Baker     LAN. Liverpool.1
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Citations

  1. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 2696; Folio: 17; Page: 29; Schedule: 176.

Andrew Quayle Bagnall

ID# 33047, born 1858
     Andrew Quayle Bagnall was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, in 1858.


     Andrew Quayle Bagnall was married to Elizabeth Tipper, daughter of James Tipper and Ann Southern, in Liverpool, Lancashire, in 1879.
     Their Marriage was recorded in the West Derby Registration District in the Jan-Feb-Mar Quarter of 1879.1

          In the 1881 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 3 April 1881, Andrew was recorded as the Head of the Household at 28 Abbey Street, Everton, Liverpool, Lancashire, also in the Household were Elizabeth Bagnall and Samuel Bagnall,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; Andrew Q. Bagnall     Head     Married     23     Engine Turner in Works     LAN. Liverpool.2
          ; Elizabeth Bagnall     Wife     Married     20     ---     LAN. Liverpool.2
          ; Samuel Bagnall     Son     ---     1     ---     LAN. Liverpool.2

     Andrew Quayle Bagnall has not been located in the UK Census of 5 April 1891.3

Family

Elizabeth Tipper born 1860
Child
ChartsTipper - Rugeley Group of Tipper Families
Last Edited5 Sep. 2013

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Citations

  1. [S108] General Register Office - Index of Marriages - , Q1 1879 West Derby 8b 444.
  2. [S1881] The 1881 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 3/4 April 1881. PRO Ref: RG11 Piece: 3664; Folio: 47; Page: 33; Schedule: 166.
  3. [S624] "Research by Chris Tipper." (e-mail address),.

Samuel Bagnall

ID# 33048, born 1880
Father*Andrew Quayle Bagnall born 1858
Mother*Elizabeth Tipper born 1860
Relationship6th great-grandson of Edward Tipper
     Samuel Bagnall, son of Andrew Quayle Bagnall and Elizabeth Tipper, was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, in 1880, his Birth was Registered at the Liverpool Register Office in the Apr-May-Jun Quarter of 1880.1

     The 1881 U.K.Census  listed him as a son of the Head of Household - Andrew Quayle Bagnall, at 28 Abbey Street, Everton, Liverpool, Lancashire, who is recorded as -
          Andrew Q. Bagnall     Head     Married     23     Engine Turner in Works     LAN. Liverpool.2
     Samuel's entry for the 1881 Census was recorded as -
          Samuel Bagnall     Son     ---     1     ---     LAN. Liverpool.2
ChartsTipper - Rugeley Group of Tipper Families
Last Edited5 Sep. 2013

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Citations

  1. [S107] General Register Office - Index of Births - Q2 1880 Liverpool 8b 14.
  2. [S1881] The 1881 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 3/4 April 1881. PRO Ref: RG11 Piece: 3664; Folio: 47; Page: 33; Schedule: 166.

James Easton

ID# 33049, born 24 February 1883, died 1970
     James Easton was born on Saturday, 24 February 1883.1


     James Easton was married to Dorothy May Bull, daughter of John Henry Bull and Kate Farmer, on Sunday, 26 July 1914 at the Parish Church, Stoke Newington, London.
     the Parish Church Marriage Register - "#270 - 26 July 1914; James Easton; 31; Bachelor; Mechanic of 49 Nevill Road; son of Alexander Easton, Grocer and Dorothy May Bull; 19; Spinster of 49 Nevill Road, daughter of John Bull (deceased), Soldier. By Banns. Both signed. Witnessed by Lilian Rose Bull."2,3

     James Easton and Dorothy May Easton were listed on the Electoral Roll of 1930 in 92 Greenford Avenue, Harrow, Middlesex, together with Kate Bull.4

     James Easton and Dorothy May Easton were listed on the Electoral Roll of 1933 in 92 Greenford Avenue, Harrow, Middlesex, together with Kate Bull.4

     James Easton and Dorothy May Easton were listed on the Electoral Roll of 1947 in 83 St. Joseph's Drive, Southall, Middlesex, together with Kate Bull and Alexander John Easton.4

     James Easton and Dorothy May Easton were listed on the Electoral Roll of 1951 in 83 St. Joseph's Drive, Southall, Middlesex, together with Kate Bull.4

     James Easton and Dorothy May Easton were listed on the Electoral Roll of 1954 in 83 St. Joseph's Drive, Southall, Middlesex, together with Kate Bull.4

     James Easton died in 1970, in Surrey, Surrey Northern,"Oct-Nov-Dec Quarter."5

Family

Dorothy May Bull born 21 October 1894, died 1973
Children
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited17 Sep. 2015

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Citations

  1. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- DoB derived from Death Registration.
  2. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line.
  3. [S108] General Register Office - Index of Marriages - , Q3 1914 Hackney 1b 1119.
  4. [S251] Extracted from the Electoral Roll -.
  5. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths- Q4 1970 Surrey Northern Vol: 5g, Page: 294. DoB - 24 June 1883.

James Alexander Easton

ID# 33050, born 1916, died 29 September 2015
Father*James Easton born 24 Feb. 1883, died 1970
Mother*Dorothy May Bull born 21 Oct. 1894, died 1973
Relationship13th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     James Alexander Easton, son of James Easton and Dorothy May Bull, was born in Middlesex in 1916, his Birth was Registered at the Brentford Register Office in the Jul-Aug-Sep Quarter of 1916.1

     Photograph of James Alexander Easton, about 1920.2

     James Alexander Easton, son of James Easton and Dorothy May Bull, died on Tuesday, 29 September 2015,"     James Easton passed away this week, on Tuesday eve. 8p.m., he was 99 on 24 August. never quite made the 100.
     Apparently he had a fall on 30 July and although he seemed OK didn't fully recover."3
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited6 Oct. 2015

Citations

  1. [S107] General Register Office - Index of Births - Q3 1916 Brentford 3a 214     Mother's Maiden Name = BULL.
  2. [S475] "Research by Alleson Deaust" Image supplied by eMail in September 2015.
  3. [S475] "Research by Alleson Deaust" eMail from Alleson Deaust on 5 October 2015 following information posted to her by Michael ?

Alexander John Easton

ID# 33051, born 1925, died 2014
Father*James Easton born 24 Feb. 1883, died 1970
Mother*Dorothy May Bull born 21 Oct. 1894, died 1973
Relationship13th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Alexander John Easton, son of James Easton and Dorothy May Bull, was born in Middlesex in 1925, his Birth was Registered at the Brentford Register Office in the Apr-May-Jun Quarter of 1925.1

     On the 1947 Electoral Roll of Southall, at 83 St. Joseph's Drive, in the household of James Easton, Alexander John Easton, was Registered.2

     Alexander John Easton, son of James Easton and Dorothy May Bull, died in 2014.3
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited17 Sep. 2015

Citations

  1. [S107] General Register Office - Index of Births - Q2 1925 Brentford 3a 209     Mother's Maiden Name = BULL.
  2. [S251] Extracted from the Electoral Roll -.
  3. [S2021] Details derived from Ancestry Trees (with permision). Year of Death extracted from Public Family Tree, (with permission) owned by Alleson Deaust.

Doreen May Easton

ID# 33052, born 29 September 1917
Father*James Easton born 24 Feb. 1883, died 1970
Mother*Dorothy May Bull born 21 Oct. 1894, died 1973
Relationship13th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Doreen May Easton, daughter of James Easton and Dorothy May Bull, was born in Middlesex on Saturday, 29 September 1917, her Birth was Registered at the Brentford Register Office in the Oct-Nov-Dec Quarter of 1917.1

     Photograph of Doreen May Easton, about 1920.2
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited18 Sep. 2015

Citations

  1. [S107] General Register Office - Index of Births - Q4 1917 Brentford 3a 156     Mother's Maiden Name = BULL.
  2. [S475] "Research by Alleson Deaust" Image supplied by eMail in September 2015.

Harold Noble Batter

ID# 33053, born January 1900, died 13 September 1955
     Harold Noble Batter was born in Yeasley, Middlesex, in January 1900.


     Harold Noble Batter was married to Lilian Rose Bull, daughter of John Henry Bull and Kate Farmer, in Middlesex in 1924.
     Their Marriage was recorded in the Brentford Registration District in the Oct-Nov-Dec Quarter of 1924.1

     Harold Noble Batter died on Tuesday, 13 September 1955 in Middlesex, his Death was Registered at the Ealing Register Office in the Jul-Aug-Sep Quarter of 1955, He was survived by his wife, Lilian.2
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited11 Sep. 2013

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Citations

  1. [S108] General Register Office - Index of Marriages - , Q4 1924 Brentford 3a 270.
  2. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths- Q3 1955 Ealing 5e 11 aged 55 years.

Albert E. Connelly

ID# 33056, born 1924, died 1968
     Albert E. Connelly was born in 1924.


     Albert E. Connelly died in 1968 in Middlesex, his Death was Registered at the Ealing Register Office in the Jan-Feb-Mar Quarter of 1968.1
Last Edited11 Sep. 2013

Citations

  1. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths- Q1 1968 Ealing 5b 107 aged 43 years.

Norman G. Pearman

ID# 33057, born 13 October 1915, died March 1997
     Norman G. Pearman was born on Wednesday, 13 October 1915.1


     Norman G. Pearman died in March 1997 in Middlesex, his Death was Registered at the Ealing Register Office in the March of 1997.2
Last Edited11 Sep. 2013

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Citations

  1. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- DoB extracted from Death Registration.
  2. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths- March 1997 Ealing 2261b B35D 253 397 DoB = 13 October 1915.

Edward George Bull

ID# 33059, born 16 March 1902, died 1930
Father*John Henry Bull born 20 Mar. 1873, died 23 Mar. 1942
Mother*Kate Farmer born 17 May 1871, died 22 Nov. 1954
Relationship12th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Edward George Bull, son of John Henry Bull and Kate Farmer, was born in Jersey, Channel Islands, on Sunday, 16 March 1902.1,2
     He was Baptised on Sunday, 19 July 1903.
     ; Entry #1053 - Born on 16 March 1902 - Edward George Bull, son of Kate Farmer and John Bull, a Gardener, was Baptised by John A. Balleine, Rector.     
Sponsors - Thomas Morish Leatt and Ellen Lockwood.3

     Photograph of Edward George Bull, in 1907.4

     In the U.K.Census of 2 April 1911, Edward was recorded as residing at 24 Canton Road, Enfield, Middlesex.
     Edward's listing is -
     Edward George Bull     Visitor     9     ---     ---     CHI. Jersey     (in the household of Clifford Maxwell and his family).5

     Edward George Bull, son of John Henry Bull and Kate Farmer, was married to Dorothy Florence Rebecca Smith in Essex in 1923.
     Their Marriage was recorded in the West Ham Registration District in the Oct-Nov-Dec Qtr. of 1923.6

     Family notes say that 'Ted' died while in the Navy.7'

     Edward George Bull, son of John Henry Bull and Kate Farmer, died in 1930 in Kent, his Death was Registered at the Medway Register Office in the Jan-Feb-Mar Qtr. of 1930, He was survived by his wife, Dorothy.8
ChartsBULL Tree
Last Edited23 Jan. 2017

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Citations

  1. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- DoB derived from Baptismal Register entry.
  2. [S475] "Research by Alleson Deaust."
  3. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line , Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of St. Brelade, in the Island of Jersey. Extracted from Ancestry.co.uk by Martin Jackson on 23 January 2017).
  4. [S475] "Research by Alleson Deaust" Image supplied by eMail in September 2015.
  5. [S1911] The 1911 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 2 April 1911. PRO Ref: RG14 PN7416 RG78 PN358 RD132 SD6 ED9 SN141.
  6. [S108] General Register Office - Index of Marriages - , Q4 1923 West Ham     Volume: 4a, Page: 682.
  7. [S475] "Research by Alleson Deaust" details extracted from a story that Alleson entered in a competition in the Buckinghamshire Family History Society, to gain interest and information. (document forwarded to Martin Jackson by e-Mail on 24 May 2014).
  8. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths- Q1 1930 Medway     Volume: 2a, Page: 1040     Aged 27 years.

Harold Lancelot Spens-Black

ID# 33061, born 1883, died 1 March 1943
Father*Norman Sands Spens Black born 5 Apr. 1855
Mother*Mildred Ida Sandes born 27 May 1858
Harold Lancelot Spens-Black
1883 - 1943
     Harold Lancelot Spens-Black, son of Norman Sands Spens Black and Mildred Ida Sandes, was born in Scotland in 1883.


     Photograph of Harold Lancelot Spens-Black with Mildred Ida Spens-Black and his brother, about 1910.1

     Harold Lancelot Spens-Black, son of Norman Sands Spens Black and Mildred Ida Sandes, was married to Hilda (Florence) Higman in Ireland in 1918.
     Their Marriage was recorded in the Dublin North Registration District in the Jul-Aug-Sep Quarter of 1918.2

     Harold Lancelot Spens-Black, son of Norman Sands Spens Black and Mildred Ida Sandes, died on Monday, 1 March 1943 in Bedfordshire, his Death was Registered at the Bedford Register Office in the Jan-Feb-Mar Quarter of 1943, He was survived by his wife, Hilda.3,4

     Probate for Harold's Estate was granted on 25 May 1950 at Birmingham.
     Probate Register Entry - " of 25 Spenser Road, Bedford who died on 1 March 1943. Administration granted to Hilda Frances Spens Black, Widow. Effects = £216 12s 6d."5

Family

Hilda (Florence) Higman born about 1892, died 1968
Child
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Citations

  1. [S1] Personal Research of Martin F.Jackson between 1980 and 2021.      ( Image courtesy of Coral Ann Sandes Spens-Black - September 2013 ).
  2. [S108] General Register Office - Index of Marriages - , Q3 1918 Dublin North Vol. 2 - Page 396.
  3. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths- Q1 1943 Bedford 3b 429 aged 59 years.
  4. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- DoD extracted from Probate details.
  5. [S322] Calendar of the Grants of Probate & Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice. © Crown copyright.
         

Hilda (Florence) Higman

ID# 33062, born about 1892, died 1968
     Hilda (Florence) Higman was born about 1892.


     Hilda (Florence) Higman was married to Harold Lancelot Spens-Black, son of Norman Sands Spens Black and Mildred Ida Sandes, in Ireland in 1918.
     Their Marriage was recorded in the Dublin North Registration District in the Jul-Aug-Sep Quarter of 1918.1

     Hilda (Florence) Spens-Black was left a Widow on the Death of her husband, Harold, whose Death was Registered in the Bedford Registration District, in the Jan-Feb-Mar Quarter of 1943.2,3

     Hilda (Florence) Spens-Black died in 1968 in Kent, her Death was Registered at the Sheppey Register Office in the Oct-Nov-Dec Quarter of 1968.4

Family

Harold Lancelot Spens-Black born 1883, died 1 March 1943
Child
Last Edited12 Sep. 2013

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Citations

  1. [S108] General Register Office - Index of Marriages - , Q3 1918 Dublin North Vol. 2 - Page 396.
  2. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths- Q1 1943 Bedford 3b 429 aged 59 years.
  3. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- DoD extracted from Probate details.
  4. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths- Q4 1968 Sheppey 5f 630 aged 76 years.

Mildred Black

ID# 33063, born around 1890
Father*Norman Sands Spens Black born 5 Apr. 1855
Mother*Mildred Ida Sandes born 27 May 1858
     Mildred Black, daughter of Norman Sands Spens Black and Mildred Ida Sandes, was born around 1890.
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Ethel M.Q.S. Spens-Black

ID# 33064, born 1921
Father*Harold Lancelot Spens-Black born 1883, died 1 Mar. 1943
Mother*Hilda (Florence) Higman born abt 1892, died 1968
     Ethel M.Q.S. Spens-Black, daughter of Harold Lancelot Spens-Black and Hilda (Florence) Higman, was born in Lancashire in 1921, her Birth was Registered at the Blackburn Register Office in the Oct-Nov-Dec Quarter of 1921.1
Last Edited12 Sep. 2013

Citations

  1. [S107] General Register Office - Index of Births - Q4 1921 Blackburn 8e 649     Mother's Maiden Name = HIGMAN.

Emma Hudson

ID# 33065, born 1872
Father*William Hudson born May 1841, died 1927
Mother*Maria Orme born 1842, died 1894
     Emma Hudson, daughter of William Hudson and Maria Orme, was born in Derby, Derbyshire, in 1872.1


     The 1881 U.K.Census  listed her as a daughter of the Head of Household - William Hudson, at 175 Abbey Street, Derby, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          William Hudson     Head     Married     39     Coal Agent     DBY. Derby.2
     Emma's entry for the 1881 Census was recorded as -
          Emma Hudson     Daughter     ---     9     Scholar     DBY. Derby.2

     The 1891 U.K.Census  listed her as a daughter of the Head of Household - William Hudson, at 1 Mount Street, Derby, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          William Hudson     Head     Married     49     Coal Agent     DBY. Derby.3
     Emma's entry for the 1891 Census was recorded as -
          Emma Hudson     Daughter     Single     19     ---     DBY. Derby.3
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Citations

  1. [S122] Details have also been derived or estimated from 1881;Census information.
  2. [S1881] The 1881 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 3/4 April 1881. PRO Ref: RG11 Piece: 3401; Folio: 13; Page: 19; Schedule: 109.
  3. [S1891] The 1891 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 4/5 April 1891. PRO Ref: RG12 Piece: 2732; Folio: 12; Page: 18; Schedule: 111.

Ann Amelia Hudson

ID# 33066, born 1874
Father*William Hudson born May 1841, died 1927
Mother*Maria Orme born 1842, died 1894
     Ann Amelia Hudson, daughter of William Hudson and Maria Orme, was born in Derby, Derbyshire, in 1874.1


     The 1881 U.K.Census  listed her as a daughter of the Head of Household - William Hudson, at 175 Abbey Street, Derby, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          William Hudson     Head     Married     39     Coal Agent     DBY. Derby.2
     Ann's entry for the 1881 Census was recorded as -
          Ann Amelia Hudson     Daughter     ---     7     Scholar     DBY. Derby.2

     The 1891 U.K.Census  listed her as a daughter of the Head of Household - William Hudson, at 1 Mount Street, Derby, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          William Hudson     Head     Married     49     Coal Agent     DBY. Derby.3
     Ann's entry for the 1891 Census was recorded as -
          Ann A. Hudson     Daughter     Single     17     Money taker in Chemist Shop     DBY. Derby.3
Last Edited18 Sep. 2013

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Citations

  1. [S122] Details have also been derived or estimated from 1881;Census information.
  2. [S1881] The 1881 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 3/4 April 1881. PRO Ref: RG11 Piece: 3401; Folio: 13; Page: 19; Schedule: 109.
  3. [S1891] The 1891 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 4/5 April 1891. PRO Ref: RG12 Piece: 2732; Folio: 12; Page: 18; Schedule: 111.

John William Hudson

ID# 33067, born 1880
Father*William Hudson born May 1841, died 1927
Mother*Maria Orme born 1842, died 1894
     John William Hudson, son of William Hudson and Maria Orme, was born in Derby, Derbyshire, in 1880.1


     The 1881 U.K.Census  listed him as a son of the Head of Household - William Hudson, at 175 Abbey Street, Derby, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          William Hudson     Head     Married     39     Coal Agent     DBY. Derby.2
     John's entry for the 1881 Census was recorded as -
          John William Hudson     Son     ---     1     ---     DBY. Derby.2

     The 1891 U.K.Census  listed him as a son of the Head of Household - William Hudson, at 1 Mount Street, Derby, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          William Hudson     Head     Married     49     Coal Agent     DBY. Derby.3
     John's entry for the 1891 Census was recorded as -
          John W. Hudson     Son     Single     12     Scholar     DBY. Derby.4
Last Edited18 Sep. 2013

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Citations

  1. [S122] Details have also been derived or estimated from 1881;Census information.
  2. [S1881] The 1881 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 3/4 April 1881. PRO Ref: RG11 Piece: 3401; Folio: 13; Page: 19; Schedule: 109.
  3. [S1891] The 1891 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 4/5 April 1891. PRO Ref: RG12 Piece: 2732; Folio: 12; Page: 18; Schedule: 111.
  4. [S1891] The 1891 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 4/5 April 1891. PRO Ref: RG12 Piece: 2732; Folio: 12; Page: 19; Schedule: 111.

Maria Hudson

ID# 33068, born 1883
Father*William Hudson born May 1841, died 1927
Mother*Maria Orme born 1842, died 1894
     Maria Hudson, daughter of William Hudson and Maria Orme, was born in Derby, Derbyshire, in 1883.1


     The 1891 U.K.Census  listed her as a daughter of the Head of Household - William Hudson, at 1 Mount Street, Derby, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          William Hudson     Head     Married     49     Coal Agent     DBY. Derby.2
     Maria's entry for the 1891 Census was recorded as -
          Maria Hudson     Daughter     Single     8     Scholar     DBY. Derby.3
Last Edited18 Sep. 2013

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Citations

  1. [S122] Details have also been derived or estimated from 1891;Census information.
  2. [S1891] The 1891 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 4/5 April 1891. PRO Ref: RG12 Piece: 2732; Folio: 12; Page: 18; Schedule: 111.
  3. [S1891] The 1891 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 4/5 April 1891. PRO Ref: RG12 Piece: 2732; Folio: 12; Page: 19; Schedule: 111.

Margaret Regan

ID# 33069, born 1860
     Margaret Regan was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, in 1860.1


     Margaret Regan was married to Thomas Tipper, son of James Tipper and Ann Southern, in Lancashire in 1879.
     Their Marriage was recorded in the Liverpool Registration District in the Oct-Nov-Dec Quarter of 1879.2

     Her child, Thomas Tipper was Baptised in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Liverpool on Monday, 19 April 1880; Thomas Tipper, son of Thomas and Margaret Tipper, Born on 5 April 1880 was Baptised on 19 April 1880, GodParent - Keogh.3

     In the U.K.Census of 3 April 1881, Margaret was recorded as residing at 5, Court 1 Mansfield Street, Liverpool, Lancashire.
     Thomas's listing is -
     Thos. Tipper     Boarder     "Unmarried"     22     Labourer     LAN. Liverpool
     Mgt. Tipper     Boarder     "Unmarried"     21     None     LAN. Liverpool
     Thos. Junr.     Boarder     "Unmarried"     1     ---     LAN. Liverpool (in the household of Martin McTye, a Labourer)
     'Margaret's probable mother , a widowed Mary Regan, 60, born Ireland is enumerated nearby, with 2 brothers, a daughter and a son'.4

     Her child, Mary Tipper was Baptised in St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Liverpool on Thursday, 6 July 1882; Mary Tipper, daughter of Thomas and Margaret Tipper formerly Regan, Born on 12 June 1882 was Baptised on 6 July 1882.5

     Her child, Margaret Tipper was Baptised in St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Liverpool on Friday, 18 July 1884; Margaret Tipper, daughter of Thomas and Margaret Tipper, Born on 3 July 1884 was Baptised on 18 July 1884, GodParent - Eliza Kelly.3

     Her child, Mary Ann Tipper was Baptised in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Liverpool on Tuesday, 30 July 1889; Mary Ann Tipper, daughter of Thomas and Margaret Tipper, Born on 23 July 1889 was Baptised on 30 July 1889, GodParent - Maria Anna Chadick.3

     Margaret Tipper's family has not been located in the UK Census of 5 April 1891.6

     Her child, Elizabeth Tipper was Baptised in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Liverpool on Tuesday, 20 December 1892; Elizabeth Tipper, daughter of Thomas and Margaret Tipper, Born on 30 November 1892 was Baptised on 20 December 1892, GodParent - Margaret Donnelly.3

     Margaret Tipper was left a Widow on the death of her husband, Thomas in July 1899 in the Liverpool Workhouse, Liverpool, Lancashire.7

          The U.K.Census of 31 March 1901 listed her as a Lodger in the household of Owen Regan, at 1, Court 14, Gomer Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, who is recorded as - Owen Regan     Head     Married     31     General Labourer     LAN. Liverpool.8
     Margaret's entry for the 1901 Census was recorded as -
          Maggie Tipper     Lodger     Widow     41     Hawker     LAN. Liverpool.8

     In the U.K.Census of 2 April 1911, Margaret was recorded as residing at the County Lunatic Asylum, Prestwich, Lancashire.
     Margaret's listing is -
     Margaret Tipper     Patient     46     Widow     Charwoman     LAN. Liverpool     Lunatic.9


Margaret Regan is entered into the Project as part of a One Name Study,
It is our intention to attempt to link ALL persons with the Surname of TIPPER and their families,
originating in Staffordshire and Derbyshire.10

Family

Thomas Tipper born 28 September 1858, died July 1899
Children
ChartsTipper - Rugeley Group of Tipper Families
Last Edited6 Nov. 2014

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Citations

  1. [S122] Details have also been derived or estimated from 1881;Census information.
  2. [S108] General Register Office - Index of Marriages - , Q4 1879 Liverpool 8b 228.
  3. [S222] Liverpool Baptisms; Marriages & Burials. "Register Image, Ancestry Liverpool Catholic Baptisms."
  4. [S1881] The 1881 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 3/4 April 1881. PRO Ref: RG11 Piece: 3632; Folio: 114; Page: 3; Schedule: 15.
  5. [S222] Liverpool Baptisms; Marriages & Burials. "Unknown cd."
  6. [S624] "Research by Chris Tipper." (e-mail address),.
  7. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- No Death Details have been located, except for the Burial Entry.
  8. [S1901] The 1901 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 30/31 March 1901. PRO Ref: RG13 Piece: 3424; Folio: 130; Page: 22; Schedule: 165.
  9. [S1911] The 1911 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 2 April 1911. PRO Ref: RG14 PN24213 RD467 SD2 ED9 SN9999.
  10. [S3000] This Person is eligible for the TIPPER One Name Study. Information researched and supplied by Chris Tipper & Martin Jackson, the Compiler of the Web Site.

Thomas Tipper

ID# 33070, born 5 April 1880, died 4 September 1916
Father*Thomas Tipper born 28 Sep. 1858, died Jul. 1899
Mother*Margaret Regan born 1860
Relationship6th great-grandson of Edward Tipper
     Thomas Tipper, son of Thomas Tipper and Margaret Regan, was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, on Monday, 5 April 1880.1
     He was baptised on 19 April 1880 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Liverpool, Lancashire.      Register Entry - "Thomas Tipper, son of Thomas and Margaret Tipper, Born on 5 April 1880 was Baptised on 19 April 1880, GodParent - Keogh."2

     In the U.K.Census of 3 April 1881, Thomas was recorded as residing at 5, Court 1 Mansfield Street, Liverpool, Lancashire.
     Thomas's listing is -
     Thos. Tipper     Boarder     "Unmarried"     22     Labourer     LAN. Liverpool
     Mgt. Tipper     Boarder     "Unmarried"     21     None     LAN. Liverpool
     Thos. Junr.     Boarder     "Unmarried"     1     ---     LAN. Liverpool (in the household of Martin McTye, a Labourer)
     'Margaret's probable mother , a widowed Mary Regan, 60, born Ireland is enumerated nearby, with 2 brothers, a daughter and a son'.3

     Thomas Tipper has not been located in the UK Census of 5 April 1891.

     He was a Survivor of his father, Thomas Tipper, who died in 1899; No Death Details have been located, except for the Burial Entry.4

     Thomas Tipper has not been located in the UK Census of 31 March 1901.

     In the U.K.Census of 2 April 1911, Thomas was recorded as residing at 14 Wilton Street, Liverpool, Lancashire.
     Thomas's listing is -
     Thomas Tipper     31     Single     Labourer     Docker     LAN. Liverpool (in a Lodging House with 48 other persons).5

     Thomas Tipper, son of Thomas Tipper and Margaret Regan, died on Monday, 4 September 1916,
Name:     Thomas Tipper
Rank:     Private
Initials:     T.
Birthplace:     Liverpool
Enlisted:     Birkenhead
Regiment:     Cheshire Regiment
Number:     6590
Date of Death:     4 September 1916
How Died:     Killed in Action
Theatre of War:     France & Flanders
     Battalion:     1st Battalion.
     4.8.14 Londonderry: 15th Bde. 5th Div.
     16.8.14 landed at Havre. Dec. 1917 to Italy.
     April 1918 returned to France.
     11.11.18 15th Bde. 5th Div. France; near Le Quesnoy.6


Thomas Tipper is entered into the Project as part of a One Name Study,
Thomas is included in the Rugeley -> Liverpool Family Group.
It is our intention to attempt to link ALL persons with the Surname of TIPPER and their families,
originating in Staffordshire and Derbyshire.7
ChartsTipper - Rugeley Group of Tipper Families
Last Edited2 Oct. 2013

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Citations

  1. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- DoB derived from his Baptism entry in Register.
  2. [S222] Liverpool Baptisms; Marriages & Burials. "Register Image, Ancestry Liverpool Catholic Baptisms."
  3. [S1881] The 1881 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 3/4 April 1881. PRO Ref: RG11 Piece: 3632; Folio: 114; Page: 3; Schedule: 15.
  4. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- No Death Details have been located, except for the Burial Entry.
  5. [S1911] The 1911 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 2 April 1911. PRO Ref: RG14 PN22157 RG78 PN1312 RD453 SD2 ED9 SN238.
  6. [S1] Personal Research of Martin F.Jackson between 1980 and 2021.      ( Source: GRO War Death Army Other Ranks (1914 to 1921) ).
  7. [S3000] This Person is eligible for the TIPPER One Name Study. Information researched and supplied by Chris Tipper & Martin Jackson, the Compiler of the Web Site.

Margaret Tipper

ID# 33071, born 3 July 1884, died 1957
Father*Thomas Tipper born 28 Sep. 1858, died Jul. 1899
Mother*Margaret Regan born 1860
Relationship6th great-granddaughter of Edward Tipper
     Margaret Tipper, daughter of Thomas Tipper and Margaret Regan, was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, Liverpool, on Thursday, 3 July 1884.1
     She was baptised on 18 July 1884 in St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Liverpool, Lancashire.      Register Entry - "Margaret Tipper, daughter of Thomas and Margaret Tipper, Born on 3 July 1884 was Baptised on 18 July 1884, GodParent - Eliza Kelly."2

     Margaret Tipper has not been located in the UK Census of 5 April 1891.

     Her father, Thomas Tipper, died 1899; No Death Details have been located, except for the Burial Entry.3

          The U.K.Census of 31 March 1901 listed her as a Lodger in the household of Owen Regan, at 1, Court 14, Gomer Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, who is recorded as - Owen Regan     Head     Married     31     General Labourer     LAN. Liverpool.4
     Margaret's entry for the 1901 Census was recorded as -
          Maggie Tipper     Lodger     Single     17     Hawker     LAN. Liverpool.4

     Margaret Tipper, daughter of Thomas Tipper and Margaret Regan, was married to James Moran in Liverpool, Lancashire, in 1902.
     Their Marriage was recorded in the West Derby Registration District in the Jul-Aug-Sep Quarter of 1902.5

          In the 1911 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 2 April 1911, Margaret was recorded as the wife of the Head of the Household at Hse. 2, Court 11 Kitchen Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, also in the Household were Catherine Moran and Mary Moran,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; Margaret Moran     Wife     26     Married 9 years, (Children - Born: 3. Living: 3. Died: -.)     Paper Sorter     LAN. Liverpool (Husband has not been located on this Census.)6
          ; Catherine Moran     Daughter     8     ---     ---     LAN. Liverpool.6
          ; Mary Moran     Daughter     2     ---     ---     LAN. Liverpool.6

     Margaret Moran, daughter of Thomas Tipper and Margaret Regan, died in 1957 in Liverpool, Lancashire, her Death was Registered at the Liverpool South Register Office in the Jul-Aug-Sep Quarter of 1957.7


Margaret Tipper is entered into the Project as part of a One Name Study,
Margaret is included in the Rugeley -> Liverpool Family Group.
It is our intention to attempt to link ALL persons with the Surname of TIPPER and their families,
originating in Staffordshire and Derbyshire.8

Family

James Moran born around 1880
Children
ChartsTipper - Rugeley Group of Tipper Families
Last Edited2 Oct. 2013

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Citations

  1. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- DoB extracted from Baptism Register.
  2. [S222] Liverpool Baptisms; Marriages & Burials. "Register Image, Ancestry Liverpool Catholic Baptisms."
  3. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- No Death Details have been located, except for the Burial Entry.
  4. [S1901] The 1901 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 30/31 March 1901. PRO Ref: RG13 Piece: 3424; Folio: 130; Page: 22; Schedule: 165.
  5. [S108] General Register Office - Index of Marriages - , Q3 1902 West Derby 8b 953.
  6. [S1911] The 1911 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 2 April 1911. PRO Ref: RG14 PN22205 RG78 PN1313 RD453 SD3 ED31 SN136.
  7. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths- Q3 1957 Liverpool South 10d 416 aged 73 years.
  8. [S3000] This Person is eligible for the TIPPER One Name Study. Information researched and supplied by Chris Tipper & Martin Jackson, the Compiler of the Web Site.

Elizabeth Tipper

ID# 33072, born 30 November 1892, died 1893
Father*Thomas Tipper born 28 Sep. 1858, died Jul. 1899
Mother*Margaret Regan born 1860
Relationship6th great-granddaughter of Edward Tipper
     Elizabeth Tipper, daughter of Thomas Tipper and Margaret Regan, was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, on Wednesday, 30 November 1892.1
     She was baptised on 20 December 1892 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Liverpool, Lancashire.      Register Entry - "Elizabeth Tipper, daughter of Thomas and Margaret Tipper, Born on 30 November 1892 was Baptised on 20 December 1892, GodParent - Margaret Donnelly."2

     Elizabeth Tipper, daughter of Thomas Tipper and Margaret Regan, died in 1893 in Liverpool, Lancashire, her Death was Registered at the Liverpool Register Office in the Oct-Nov-Dec Quarter of 1893.3


Elizabeth Tipper is entered into the Project as part of a One Name Study,
Elizabeth is included in the Rugeley -> Liverpool Family Group.
It is our intention to attempt to link ALL persons with the Surname of TIPPER and their families,
originating in Staffordshire and Derbyshire.4
ChartsTipper - Rugeley Group of Tipper Families
Last Edited6 Nov. 2014

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Citations

  1. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- DoB extracted from Baptism Register.
  2. [S222] Liverpool Baptisms; Marriages & Burials. "Register Image, Ancestry Liverpool Catholic Baptisms."
  3. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths- Q1 1893 Liverpool 8b 126 aged 0 years.
  4. [S3000] This Person is eligible for the TIPPER One Name Study. Information researched and supplied by Chris Tipper & Martin Jackson, the Compiler of the Web Site.

Elizabeth Mary Tipper

ID# 33073, born 1894, died September 1944
Father*Thomas Tipper born 28 Sep. 1858, died Jul. 1899
Mother*Margaret Regan born 1860
Relationship6th great-granddaughter of Edward Tipper
     Elizabeth Mary Tipper, daughter of Thomas Tipper and Margaret Regan, was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, Liverpool, in 1894, Jul-Aug-Sep Quarter.1,2


     Her father, Thomas Tipper, died 1899; No Death Details have been located, except for the Burial Entry.3

     Elizabeth Mary Tipper has not been located in the UK Census of 2 April 1911.

     Elizabeth Tipper, daughter of Thomas Tipper and Margaret "Owen", orphan, emigrated from England, under the dependence of St George's [?Home].4

     Elizabeth Mary Tipper, daughter of Thomas Tipper and Margaret Regan, was married to Isodore Clodomire Joseph Lacelle on Saturday, 18 November 1916 at the Holy Family Church, Ottowa, Ontario, Canada.
     The details from the Marriage Certificate are - Elizabeth Tipper, aged 22, born England, a Spinster, a Bookbinder of 143 Glenora Avenue, Ottowa, Ontario, Canada, Roman Catholic, daughter of Thomas Tipper and Marguerite "Owen", Married 18.11.1916 in Ottowa to Isodore Clodomire Joseph Lacelle, aged 24, born Ottowa, a Bachelor, a Shingler of 143 Glenora Avenue, Roman Catholic, son of Evereste and Margaret; two Lacelle witnesses (Ontario Marriages, Image Ancestry). The Lacelles were of French origin..

     She was baptised on 29 January 1923 in Ottowa, Ontario, Canada.
     Register Entry -
""The twenty ninth day of January nineteen hundred and twenty three
We - the undersigned priest, have baptized Mary Elizabeth,
daughter of Thomas Tipper and Marguirite Regan - of England
and wife of Clodeiros Lacelle - of this parish - The godmother
was Mary Ann Tipper - her sister - who has signed with me -
     Mary Elizabeth Tipper
     Mrs. J.C.Lacelle
     Mary Ann Tipper
     H. Chabot, Priest."5
          
               Elizabeth Lacelle, aged 29, born Liverpool, no Occupation, Height 5ft 6ins, Brown hair, Brown eyes, Canadian Nationality, previously a citizen of England, able to read and write, money carried by her husband, passage paid by her husband, first visit to USA, last place of residence Ottowa, Canada, destination Detroit, Michigan, USA, to join her husband Jos Lascelle at 2714 - 2nd., accompanied by her sister Mary Tipper, intending to remain permanently, arrived Detroit 23.04.1924 (Detroit Border Crossings, US Immigration Service Manifest, image on Ancestry). The corresponding Manifest for Claude J, who had preceeded her, is puzzlingly dated 18.10.1924.6

     In the U.S. Federal Census of 1930, Elizabeth was recorded at Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, U.S.A..
     Elizabeth's listing is -
     Elizabeth M Lacelle, aged 35, born England, living in Detroit with Claude J. aged 38 born Canada, a Metal Lather, House Building, and four children; both arrived USA 1924; her sister Mary is living with them; their house is owned, value $10,000.7

     Elizabeth Mary Lacelle was left a Widow on the death of her husband, Isodore in 1942 in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, U.S.A..

     Elizabeth Mary Lacelle, daughter of Thomas Tipper and Margaret Regan, died in September 1944, in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, U.S.A..


Elizabeth Mary Tipper is entered into the Project as part of a One Name Study,
Elizabeth Mary is included in the Rugeley -> Liverpool Family Group.
It is our intention to attempt to link ALL persons with the Surname of TIPPER and their families,
originating in Staffordshire and Derbyshire.8
ChartsTipper - Rugeley Group of Tipper Families
Last Edited23 Jan. 2019

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Citations

  1. [S107] General Register Office - Index of Births - Q3 1894 Liverpool Vol: 8b, Page: 92.      Mother's Maiden Surname =     REGAN.
  2. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- but DoB derived from later information which states DoB 11 June 1895.
  3. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- No Death Details have been located, except for the Burial Entry.
  4. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:-.
  5. [S101] Certificate of Baptism.
  6. [S3010] Immigration & Emigration Records), Detroit Border Crossings, US Immigration Service Manifest. Hereinafter cited as Immigration & Emigration Records.
  7. [S1930] 1930 US Federal Census.     
  8. [S3000] This Person is eligible for the TIPPER One Name Study. Information researched and supplied by Chris Tipper & Martin Jackson, the Compiler of the Web Site.