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Her two children Catherine Elizabeth, 22, also a dressmaker, and Henry Samuel, 20, a clerk, are living with her. 1890 18th February: ESTHER WRIGHT is transferred to Surrey County Asylum, Wandsworth. THOMAS WRIGHT (b.1820) is with them, ‘living on his own means’. Sir John James Baddeley, Lord Mayor of London from 1921-22 described the area, thus: ALDERMANBURY AVENUE Running from Aldermanbury (forty-four yards from London Wall) to Philip Lane, this avenue was made in 1880, through property belonging to Sion College. Hogben, probably best man and a friend of the groom. announces that EDITH MAVIS WRIGHT is employed as a typist by the General Register Office (England).
1857 11th January: THOMAS and ESTHER’s fifth son WALTER WRIGHT, is christened in the church of St John the Baptist, Hillingdon. In the same household are Mary’s children, Elizabeth and George. 1863 2nd December: ROBERT WRIGHT, born in 1777, dies at Colham Green, Hillingdon. Philip Lane opened onto London Wall, opposite the churchyard of St Alphage. The cause of death is ‘Senile decay, Bronchitis’ certified by H. ARTHUR and EDITH WRIGHT are now living at 159 Nelson Road, Hornsey (Stoke Newington).The cemetery, sometimes called Farm Ravine Cemetery, was begun by the 17th Welsh Regiment in April 1917, a few days after the capture of the ravine by the 12th South Wales Borderers. By this time, the family home is 128, Clive Road, West Dulwich, London SE21. This photograph shows it as it is now, after its drastic alteration in c.1855, to create Becket Street, which removed three of the original five gables.It continued in use during the Battle of Cambrai (November 1917) and until March 1918, when the ravine formed the boundary between the Third and Fifth Armies. 1937 16th March: ARTHUR STEPHENSON WRIGHT dies in St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London. 1939 At the outbreak of World War II, JOAN WRIGHT and her mother ISABEL ADA GISBORNE are sharing the house with a married couple: REGINALD JOHN HURSON is a ‘shipping manager, tea and cocoa’. 1985 ESSEX SOUTHEND-ON-SEA 3rd February: EDITH MAVIS WRIGHT dies at the age of 93, in hospital. I never heard her name mentioned at home, and I am not sure my mother ever knew she had an aunt among the Wrights. 1546 THOMAS PACKER is born and baptised at Ham, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.The village stands near the Uxbridge railway, the Grand Junction canal, the river Colne, and the boundary with Bucks, 1 mile SE of Uxbridge; was known, at Domesday, as Hillendone; and has a post office under Uxbridge, and a police station. Hillingdon Park, or Little London, belonged to Count de Salis. His father ROBERT is ‘a labourer’ and his mother is recorded simply as MARY. 1844 21st June: THOMAS WRIGHT, firstborn child of THOMAS and ESTHER WRIGHT is christened in the church of St. 1846 19th April: MARY WRIGHT, the fourth child of THOMAS and ESTHER, is baptised in the church of St John the Baptist, Hillingdon. 1848 2nd April: ROBERT WRIGHT, another child for THOMAS and ESTHER WRIGHT is christened in the church of St. 1851 Census Records: The Census was taken on the night of 30th March, 1851.The parish contains also the town and township of Uxbridge, the villages of Yiewsley and Colham, and the hamlets of Gould-Green, Peel-Hatch, Colham Green, Long Atter, and Hockley Hole; and a detached part of it is encompassed by Ickenham parish. Real property, £32, 230; of which £200 are in the canal, and £250 in gas works. Cedar House was the seat of Reynardson, the naturalist; and took its name from a cedar tree which, in 1779, measured from 12½ to nearly 16 feet in the girth of its stem, and from 89 to 96 feet in the diameter of its head. Robert and Mary’s other children have been baptised in the same church: JAMES (24th July, 1803); WILLIAM (2nd June, 1805); FRANCES (18th January, 1807); MARY (29th January, 1809); JOHN (11th March, 1811); ANN (18th December, 1812; buried 17th February, 1814, aged 15 months); SARAH (18th December, 1814); GEORGE (28th June, 1818); THOMAS (18th June, 1820); HARRIET (5th May, 1822). In the household are their son THOMAS (b.1820) aged 21, daughters SARAH (aged 25) and HARRIET (aged 19), and a small boy, GEORGE, aged 2. This part of Middlesex was mainly agricultural and market garden. MIDDLESEX COLHAM GREEN THOMAS WRIGHT is a ‘labourer’ aged 30, married to ESTHER. ROBERT & MARY WRIGHT are now – according to the census enumerator – 74 and 72, respectively. In their household are also EMMA WRIGHT (b.1836), a granddaughter, aged 15, who is a dressmaker, born in the parish of St.FREDERICK, who registers the birth on the 4th October, is listed as a ‘Commercial Traveller’. Robinson, officiates, and the wedding is witnessed by the bride’s father, Marmaduke Stephenson Hebb, her sister Ellen Mary Hebb, Walter Wright, the groom’s brother, and Harriet R. On the South Side were to be found: 1a Farmer & Co. In January, THOMAS FREDERICK WRIGHT is sent to France. A.10 in the Fifteen Ravine British Cemetery, Villers-Plouich, France. * * * THE GISBORNES and THE PACKERS Watercolour painted by Augustus Oakley Deacon (1819 – 1900) " data-medium-file="https://franciswright.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/wardwick-1850.jpg?1886 31st July: ARTHUR WRIGHT (b.1861) marries EDITH HEBB (b.1865), of Ratcliff. Ltd., Australian merchants 1a Cole, Charles & Son mfrs’ agents 1a Maas, Charles & Co. 17th May: At the age of nineteen, THOMAS FREDERICK WRIGHT is awarded the Military Medal ‘for saving life at Bullecourt.’ 13th July: THOMAS FREDERICK WRIGHT, younger brother of ARTHUR STEPHENSON and EDITH MAVIS, is killed in action in France. The inscription on his grave reads: 301491 RIFLEMAN T. WRIGHT MM LONDON RIFLE BRIGADE 13TH JULY 1917 AGE 20. w=192&h=300" data-large-file="https://franciswright.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/wardwick-1850.jpg? w=657" class="wp-image-2613 size-medium" title="The Jacobean House, The Wardwick, Derby" src="https://franciswright.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/wardwick-1850.jpg?Thomas Dawson Allen, curate, has misspelled their surname, ‘Weatherley’. w=224&h=300" alt="" width="224" height="300" srcset="https://franciswright.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/st-marys-hayes-tower-in-snow-2007.jpg? w=224&h=300 224w, https://franciswright.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/st-marys-hayes-tower-in-snow-2007.jpg? w=112&h=150 112w, https://franciswright.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/st-marys-hayes-tower-in-snow-2007281w" sizes="(max-width: 224px) 100vw, 224px" /: THOMAS WRIGHT (b.1820) marries ESTHER WEATHERLY (b.1820). 1855 15th December: MARY WRIGHT (b.1777) dies at home in Colham Green, Hillingdon. According to the death certificate, she is 78, which puts her year of birth at 1777, the same as her husband. 1861 20th February: ARTHUR WRIGHT is born in Colham Green, Hillingdon. The birth is registered on the 26th March, 1861, by the child’s father. Thomas is described as a ‘Farmer – 5 acres – 2 boys’.1828 11th October: MARY WRIGHT (b.1809) daughter of Robert and Mary, marries HENRY BAYLIS (b.1800) in the parish church of Hanwell, Middlesex. 1837 7th May: Burial of ESTHER’s father, GEORGE WEATHERLY in the churchyard of St John the Baptist, Hillingdon. They are married in St Mary’s, the Parish Church, Hayes, Middlesex, by the Rev. 21st December: Ann Broadway makes her mark and registers MARY WRIGHT’s death with the Registrar, Francis Stockwell. The registrar is a Mr Francis Stockwell.) 24th March: The christening of ARTHUR WRIGHT in the church of St John the Baptist, Hillingdon. The two boys are: THOMAS, now aged 17 (b.1844), and ROBERT, now aged 13 (b.1848). In the household are the children: THOMAS (b.1844) aged 17, ROBERT (b.1848) aged 13, CHARLES (b.1850) aged 11, ESTHER (b.1852) aged 9, FREDERICK (b.1854) aged 7, WALTER (b.1857) aged 5, HANNAH (b.1859) aged 3, ARTHUR (b.1861), who is aged 2 months (see details above). In the register, the child’s father is now, as above, a ‘Manufacturing Clothier’. halted here, in 1646, on his way to the Scottish army. There are national and British schools, and charities £878.-The sub-district includes also Cowley and West Drayton parishes, but excludes Uxbridge township. Robert’s parents, “William and Ann”, possibly married in 1759 in Wooburn (though these two may actually have been his grandparents.) There is also a marriage recorded between a in Finchley, Middlesex, on the 8th August, 1774. The church is later English, in good condition; stands on a commanding eminence at the village; figures conspicuously over many miles; and contains a few brasses and two fine monuments. The perpetual curacies of Uxbridge and Uxbridge-Moor also are separate benefices. A move southwards began in the middle years of the century.