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Samuel Waters was born circa 1831 at Wadhurst, East Sussex, England, the son of William Waters. He appeared on the census of 1851 at Holland House, Wadhurst, East Sussex, England, the head of the house was James Harmer, farmer. He was a farm labourer in 1851 at Wadhurst, East Sussex, England. He was an agricultural labourer in 1852 at East Sussex, England. He was a medicine peddler in 1870 at Marion, Plymouth county, Massachusetts, United States of America. He was a cancer and tumour doctor in 1880 at Marion, Plymouth county, Massachusetts, United States of America. 
Waters, Samuel (I21489)
 
102
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Anna Elizabeth Coleman was born on 13 Sep 1850 at Orange, Franklin, Massachusetts, United States of America. She died on 3 Feb 1902 at St Petersburg, Pinellas, Florida, United States of America, aged 51. 
Coleman, Anna Elizabeth (I19244)
 
103
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Olive Pattenden was born in 1831, the daughter of Stephen Pattenden, sawyer. She was a farmhouse servant in 1849 at Wadhurst, East Sussex, England. She and three of her children Harry Baldock, Walter Baldock, and Charlotte Baldock appeared on the census of 1891 at 127 Queens road, Croydon, Surrey, England. She was a laundress in 1901 at Croydon, Surrey, England. She and her daughter Charlotte Baldock appeared on the census of 1901 at 127 Queens road, Croydon, Surrey, England. She died in 1910 at Croydon, Surrey, England. 
Pattenden, Olive (I8039)
 
104 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I21495)
 
105
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Hannah Tester was born circa 1836 at Wadhurst, East Sussex, England, the daughter of Edward Tester, husbandman. She was a domestic servant in 1862 at Wadhurst, East Sussex, England. She died in 1910 at Ticehurst, East Sussex, England.

3rd Apr 1881CensusAt No 1, Upper Barn Cottages, Walland in the Parish of Wadhurst, Sussex; Hannah Baldock, F, Wife, married, age 45, born Wadhurst 
Tester, Hannah (I21467)
 
106
From a letter of Rachel Ann Huffam,daut.of Christopher Huffam-Uncle to Wm Henry Huffam,a first cousin of Rachel & Grandfather to I.W. *
Elizabeth daughter to Earl of Beverley, and wife of Solomon Hougham was buried in the Vaults of St Anne', Limehouse,BUT under her MAIDEN NAME which is not known. She is said to have been a Baptist and the daughter of the Earl of Beverley-attainted for his Jacobite tendencies." Miss Rachel Huffam has a copy of the "London Daily Post & Advertiser" dated 1 Dec.1737 which her Grandmother has told her
was her Grandfather's birthday—her Grandfather is Solomon Huffam-the Rigger.——The Earl's family mansion was in St Jame's Square-his title and lands were confiscated for not taking the oath of allegiance to the reigning
sovereign-King George I.-They were believed to be Roman Catholics." TRADITION,Christopher Huffam once found papistical papers in his Mother's drawers and destroyed them."

The reason why we believe the chandler's wife to be an Elizabeth Beverly,because some one of that name was pay­ing rates in Parish of Limehouse in 1732-3,and in 1734 the name stops,but ELIZABETH HUFFAM is mentioned in­stead.Besides E. Beverley was always known and spoken of in the family—-but after all these years things get forgotten and the old generation who could have told us everything,have all passed on."

DEC 2009 It has been pointed out that the dates of the first Earl of Beverley 1750 - 1830 are too late for the Earl to be Elizabeths father. However the Earls father Hugh Percy married an Elizabeth Seymour and as the Seymour part of the name is used several times by the family there must be a connection somewhere. 
Beverley, Elizabeth (I501)
 
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From Mullins family history - General Notes: Solomon II, born in 1736, established himself in Narrow Street as a ship's
rigger. When Solomon II made his will in 1802, his wife, Rachel, and six of his children -
Christopher, William Henry, and Seymour; Rachel, Loretta and Carolina - were living. His
eldest son, Solomon III, had died at the age of 26, and another son had died as a baby. In this
sixteen-page will, Solomon mentions properties in several locations in Limehouse, including
his own house, his warehouse, at least one wharf, and buildings rented out to other
tradespeople. He owned, however, only a third share in the family business; the other two
thirds being owned by Christopher and William Henry. Solomon II had taken his now-eldest son, Christopher, as a partner in about 1794, and, in the
trade directories, advertised as HUFFAM & SON. Even after Solomon's next son, William
Henry, became a third-share partner in the firm, and even after Solomon's death, the
directories frequently retained the old name, and to the family's twentieth-century descendants
the firm was still HUFFAM & SON. Christopher clearly re-created the business during the
1790s, and it was his determination that allowed them, at a time when England's survival
depended on the efficiency of her fighting ships, to boast themselves 'Riggers to His Majesty's
Navy'. The Huffam family must have felt they had played an important role in England's naval
victories over the French. Solomon II, however, did not live to learn of Trafalgar, nor to watch
the funeral barge as it passed by Limehouse. Nor did Christopher's wife long enjoy the firm's
success; she died in 1806.
After their father's death, Christopher and William Henry continued as partners. The firm,
however, began to fail. In 1811 both brothers were declared bankrupt and each spent some
months in the King's Bench Prison, between them owing debts of several thousand pounds.
After William Henry died in 1814, Christopher moved into new premises at 4 Garford Street,
Limehouse Hole, but, perhaps because the firm could not recover from the disaster of 1811 or
perhaps because their services were no longer in demand, in 1824 Christopher again
suffered the humiliation of bankruptcy. He seems to have been spared imprisonment for a
second time, however, and he managed to continue in trade for another 10 years.
William Henry and Seymour, were both members of Lloyd's, and Seymour was well known as
a stockbroker in the 1820s
Solomon was a rigger to the navy dueing the Napoleonic wars.He managed to rig a Man-OWar
in one day and King George was said to be so happy that he offered to knight Solomon.
He owned several tenaments and warehouses in Stepney and Limehouse." 1828- From
London Directory;-Solomon Huffam,of 3 Garford St.Limehouse.-Block and pumpmakers.

Sail and rope maker

Copy from I.W's.note book-a letter of Rachel Ann Hougham.;-"Solomon Huffam was rigger to the navy,during the Napoleonic war-is said to have rigged a Man o' War in one day,which so pleased the King(George III) that he offered him knighthood. He owned several tenements and warehouses in Stepney and Limehouse." 1828- From London Directory;-Solomon Huffam,of 3 Garford St.Limehouse.-Block and pumpmakers.


This is the last testament of me Solomon Huffam of Narrow Street in the parish of St Anne’s Limehouse in the county of Middlesex Rigger whereas in the first place I do direct that all my just debts and funeral and testimony expenses shall be paid and satisfied out of my personal estate by my executors herein after named as soon as maybe after my decease and I give unto my dear wife Rachel Huffam the sum of two hundred pounds to be paid to her immediately after my decease and I do give to my grandson William Willoughby the son of my daughter Rachel now the wife of Mr William Willoughby of Islington vintner the sum of fifty pounds and I give to my grandson Edward Ford son of my daughter Loretta now the wife of Mr Edward Ford of London Street Ratcliffe first officer of the Canton East Indiaman the like sum of fifty pounds and I give to my grandson Solomon Huffam the son of my son Christopher Huffam the like sum of fifty pounds and I give to my grandson John Hudson Huffam the son of my son William Henry the like sum of fifty pounds and I direct that the said several sums of fifty pounds each so given to my said grandsons as aforesaid shall be respectively employed in apprenticing them to such trades or businesses as shall be thought proper or shall be otherwise deployed by my executors herein after named for the benefit of my said respective grandsons at such times and in such manner as my said executors may deem expedient and I give the sum of two hundred pounds to my son Seymour Huffam to be paid to him within six months after my decease and I give and bequeath all my household furniture plate silver and china and other implements of household whatsoever unto my executors herein after named upon trust to pay permit and suffer my said wife Rachel Huffam to possess and enjoy the same during such part of her life as she shall continue my widow and from and after the decease or second marriage of my said wife which shall first happen then I direct that such household furniture plate linen china and other implements of household shall be sold and disposed of by my said executors and that the money to arise from such sale shall become and considered as part of my residuary personal estate and be applied and disposed of accordingly and whereas I do now carry on the trade or business of a rigger in partnership with my said sons Christopher Huffam and William Henry Huffam who are each of them intitled to a third part of the stock in trade and profits of such business I do hereby give and bequeath my third part or share of and in such trade or business and of and in that stock in trade which shall belong thereto or be employed therein at the time of my decease and the profits from thenceforth to be acquired thereby unto and for the benefit of my said two sons Christopher Huffam and William Henry Huffam in equal proportions and share and share alike and I direct that my part or share of and in the books and other debts which at the time of my decease shall be due or owing to the said trade or business shall be got in and collected as soon as conveniently may be and shall become and be considered as part of my residuary personal estate and shall be disposed of accordingly and I give and bequeath the household messuage or tenement wherein I now reside and the warehouse and premises thereto belonging or therewith hold unto my said dear wife during such part of my term and interest therein as she shall happen to live but subject to the payment of the rent payable in respect to the said premises and now and after her decease I give and bequeath the said household messuage or tenement warehouse and premises (except such parts thereof as are herein after bequeathed to or in trust for my daughter Caroline) unto and for the benefit of my said two sons Christopher Huffam and William Henry Huffam to be equally divided between them share and share alike and to their respective executors administrators and assigns for and during all my estate term and interest therein but subject to the payment and performance of the rent and covenants in the lease or leases thereof reserved and contained and I give devise and bequeath my warehouse and rigging house with the appurtenances situate near or adjoining Noah’s Ark Alley in Ratcliffe aforesaid together with the wharf now in the occupation of (Blank RY) xxx certain parts of which said premises are copyhold and have been xxx to the use of my will and the remaining parts thereof are leasehold unto my said dear wife Rachel Huffam during her life and after her decease I give devise and bequeath the same unto my said son Christopher Huffam to use the copyhold parts of the said premises with and to the use of the said Christopher Huffam his heirs and assigns according to the custom of the Manor of xxx xxx alias xxx and to hold leasehold parts thereof unto my said son his executors administrators and assigns for all my estate term and interest therein and I give devise and bequeath my freehold long warehouse situate in or near Risbys Rope Walk in Limehouse aforesaid and now in the occupation of messers xx Wright and Co Ships Chandlers with the piece or parcel of ground adjoining situate in Risbys Rope Walk aforesaid and also all that my leasehold wharf ground and premises situate in Narrow Street Limehouse aforesaid and now in the occupation of Mr xxx unto and to the use of my said dear wife during her life and after her decease then I give devise and bequeath the same unto and to the use of my said son William Henry Huffam his heirs executors administrators and assigns respectively according to the different natures or qualities thereof and for all my estate term and interest therein and I give and devise all those my six freeholds messuages and tenements with their respective appurtenances situate in Narrow Street Limehouse aforesaid and adjoining to xx xxx alley unto and to the use of my said dear wife during her life and from and after her decease then I give and devise the same unto and to the use of the said Seymour Huffam his heirs and assigns for ever but in case any or other of my said three sons shall happen to die in my lifetime then I give devise and bequeath all and every my freehold copyhold leasehold hereditments and premises or part or share or parts or shares of freehold copyhold or leasehold hereditments and premises which each son so dying would have become intitled to receive or by virtue of this my will in case he had survived me unto my executors herein named or the survivor or survivors of them and their or his heirs executors administrators or assigns respectively according to the different natures or qualities thereof upon trust to sell and absolutely dispose of the same and to pay apply divide and dispose of the clear money to arise from such sale or sales unto and for the benefit of all and every the child or children of the body of each of my sons so dying in my life time as aforesaid who being a son or sons shall live to attain the age of twenty one years and who being a daughter or daughters shall live to attain that age or be married to be equally divided between or among such children if more that one share and share alike and if there shall be only one such child then the whole of such money to be paid to and for the benefit of such one child and the interest or annual proceeds of such money to be applied and disposed of during the minority or respective minorities of such child or children for or towards his her or their maintenance or education in such way or manner as may be thought proper but if either of my said sons so dying in my life time shall not leave any child who being a son shall live to attain the age of twenty one years or being a daughter shall live to attain that age or be married then I direct that all and every the sum or sums of money to arise by or from the sale of my freeholds copyholds or leasehold hereditments and premises or part or share or parts or shares of freehold copyhold or leasehold hereditments and premises to which such son so dying would have been intitled to in the event of his surviving me shall be held in trust for and for the benefit of all and every my sons and daughters who shall be living at the time of my decease to be equally divided between or among them share and share alike and to be paid applied and disposed of accordingly and I give and devise all that my copyhold messuage or tenement situate on the north side of Narrow Street aforesaid and mow in the tenure or occupation of xx xxx and also my other copyhold messuage or tenement together with the blacksmiths shop behind the same situate on the north side of Narrow Street aforesaid and now in the occupation of (blank RY) Taylor and also my other copyhold messuage or tenement now in the tenure or occupation of (blank RY) xxx situate in Narrow Street aforesaid and adjoining the public house known by the sign of the three foxes with the appurtenances thereunto respectively belonging (all which several copyhold messuages and premises I leave only xxxx to the use of my will) unto and to the use of my said son Christopher Huffam William Henry Huffam and Seymour Huffam their heirs and assigns for ever to be holden of the Law or law of the said Manor of xx xx alias xxx for the time being according to the custom thereof but upon trust nevertheless that they my said trustees and the survivor and survivors of them and the heirs of such survivor shall and do permit and suffer my said dear wife to receive and take the rents and profits thereof during her life and from and after her decease then shall and do during the life of my said daughter Rachel now the wife of the said William Willoughby receive and take the xxx rents issues and profits of all and every the said list mentioned messuages or tenements and hereditments and pay apply and dispose of such rents issues and profits to such person and persons and for such purposes as she my said daughter Rachel Willoughby shall from time to time by any note or writing under her hand request direct or appoint ( but not so as to deprive herself thereof by sale mortgage or otherwise by way of anticipation) or in default of such request direction or appointment unto her own proper hands and for her own separate use and disposal free from the contracts debts and engagements of her said present or any future husband and I direct that the receipts of my said daughter or of the person or persons to whom she shall in manner aforesaid ( and not in any other manner)request direct or appoint all or any part or parts of such rents and profits to be paid or disposed of shall be good and sufficient discharge for so much money as shall be hereby acknowledged to have been received or applied and from and after the several deceases of my said wife and daughter then I direct that my said sons Christopher Huffam, William Henry Huffam and Seymour Huffam and the survivors and survivor of them and the heirs and assigns of such survivors shall and do stand and be seized and possessed of my said several last mentioned copyhold messuages or tenements hereditments or premises in trust for and for the benefit of such person and persons and for such estate and estates interest and interests and charged and chargeable in such manner and subject to with and under such provisos conditions and restrictions as my said daughter Rachel Willoughby by her last will and testament in writing or any writing purporting to be or in the nature of her last will and testament to be signed and published by her in the presence of and attested by three or more reliable witnesses shall (not withstanding her coverture and whether she may be sole or covert direct or appoint of or concerning the same messuages tenements or hereditments and premises and shall and do surrender and dispose of the same accordingly) and in default of such direction or appointment I direct that they my said trustees or the survivors or survivor of them or the heirs of such survivor shall and do make sale and dispose of the said copyhold messuages tenements hereditments and premises and such part or parts thereof as shall remain unappointed or undisposed of or concerning which no xxx and xxx disposition shall be made as last foresaid either together or in parcels and by public sale or auction or private contract as may be thought most appropriate unto any person or persons who shall be willing to xx the purchaser or purchasers thereof for the most money that can be reasonably obtained for the same and shall and do invest and lay out the money arising from such sale or sales as aforesaid in the public funds or stocks or upon real or government security or securities at interest or interests in the name of my said trustees or the survivors or survivor of them the executors or administrators of such survivor who shall have full liberty to call in and vary and transpose all or any of such stocks funds and securities in trust for and for the benefit of all and every the child and children of the body of my said daughter Rachel Willoughby who being a son or sons shall live to attain the age of twenty one years and who being a daughter or daughters shall live to attain that age or be married such stocks funds and securities to be so divided between and amongst all such children if more than one in equal proportions and share and share alike and if there shall be but one child then the whole of the said stocks funds and securities to be held in trust for and for the benefit of such one child and the interest dividends and annual proceeds of the said stocks funds and securities shall after the decease of my said daughter be paid applied and disposed of for or towards the maintenance and education of her children or child who for the time being shall be presumptively entitled thereto during his her or their minority or respective minorities in such way and manner as they my said trustees or trustee for the time being shall think proper but in case there shall not be any child or children of the body of my said daughter Rachel Willoughby who shall become intitled to such stocks funds and securities as aforesaid under or by virtue of this my will then I direct that they my said trustees and the survivor and survivors of them and the executors and administrators of such survivor shall and do ( subject and without proviso to the trusts and directions herein before xxx contained) pay apply and dispose of the interest dividend and annual proceeds of such stocks funds and securities as aforesaid when the same shall respectively grow or become due or payable unto the said William Willoughby ( if he shall survive my said wife and daughter and shall be living at the time of such failure of issue of the body of my said daughter as last aforesaid) or otherwise shall and do permit suffer and authorise him to take and receive the same from time to time during the term of his natural life to and for his own use and benefit and from and after the decease of the said William Willoughby then I direct that such stocks funds and securities shall sink into and be considered as part of my residuary personal estate and shall go and be disposed of accordingly and I give devise and bequeath my freehold messuage or hereditments with the appurtenances thereunto belonging situate in Narrow Street aforesaid and now in the occupation of Mr Smith Barge Builder and my leasehold messuage or tenement with the appurtenances thereto belonging situate in Narrow Street aforesaid and now in the occupation of Mr Eastfield unto and to the use of my said sons Christopher Huffam William Henry Huffam and Seymour Huffam their heirs executors administrators and assigns respectively according to the different natures and qualities thereof but upon trust nevertheless to permit suffer my said dear wife to receive and take the rents and profits thereof during her life and from and after her decease then upon trust to receive and take the net rents issues and profits of the same premises during the life time of my said daughter Loretta now the wife of the said William Ford and to pay apply and dispose of the same to such person or persons and for such interests and purposes as she my said daughter shall from time limit by any note or writing under her hand request direct or appoint ( but not so as to deprive herself thereof by sale mortgage or otherwise by way of anticipation or in default of such request direction or appointment into her own hands and for her own separate use and disposal free from the control debts and engagements of her said present or any future husband and I direct that the receipts of my last named daughter or of the person or persons to whom she shall in manner aforesaid and not in any other manner request direct or appoint all or any part of such rents issues and profits to be paid or disposed of shall be good and sufficient discharge for so much money as shall be thereby acknowledged to have been received or discharged and from and after the decease of the survivor of them my said wife and my said daughter Loretta Ford then I direct that they my said trustees and the survivors or survivor of them the heirs executors administrators of such survivors shall and do stand and be seized and possessed of and interested in the said last mentioned freehold and leasehold messuages or tenements hereditments or premises in trust for and for the benefit of such person or persons and for such estate or estates or interest or interests and charged and rechargeable in such manner and subject to with and under such provisos conditions and restrictions as my said daughter Loretta Ford by her last will and testament in writing or any writing purporting to be or in the nature of her last will and testament to be signed and published by her and attested by three or more reliable witnesses shall notwithstanding her coverature and whether she may be sole or covert direct or appoint of or concerning the same messuages or tenements hereditments and premises and shall and do hereby assign and dispose of the same accordingly and in default of such direction or appointment I direct that they my said trustees or the survivor or survivors of them or the heirs executors or administrators of such survivor shall and do make sale and dispose of the said last mentioned freehold and leasehold messuage or tenement hereditments and premises or such part or parts thereof as shall remain unappointed or undisposed of or whereof or concerning which no complete and entire disposition shall be made as last aforesaid either together or in parcels and by public sale or by private contract for the most money that can be reasonably obtained for the same and shall and do lay out and invest the money to arise from such sale or sales in the public stocks or funds or upon real or government security or securities at interest in the names or name of them my said trustee or trustees for the time being (who are and is hereby authorised to call in alter vary and transpose all or any of such stocks funds and securities when and so often as they or he may think proper and shall and do stand and be possessed of and interested in such stocks funds and securities in trust for and for the benefit of all and every the child or children of the body of my said daughter Loretta Ford who being a son or sons shall live to attain the age of twenty one years and who being a daughter or daughters shall live to attain that age or to be married such stocks funds and securities to be divided between and amongst all such children if more than one in equal proportions and share and share alike and if there shall be but one child then the whole of the stocks funds and securities to be held in trust for and for the benefit of such one child and the interest dividends or annual proceeds of such stocks funds or securities shall after the decease of the said Loretta Ford be paid applied and disposed of for and towards the maintenance or education of the children or child who for the time being shall be presumptively intitled to thereof during his her or their minority or respective minorities in such way and manner as my said trustee or trustees shall for the time being think proper but if there shall not be any child of the body of the said Loretta Ford who being a son shall live to attain the age of twenty one years or being a daughter shall live to attain that age or be married then I direct that they my said trustees or trustee for the time being shall and do subject and without prejudice to the trusts and directions herein before declared and contained pay apply and dispose of the interest dividends or annual proceeds of the said last mentioned stocks funds and securities unto the said William Ford (if he shall survive my said wife and the said Loretta Ford and shall be living at the time of such failure of issue of the body of the said Loretta as last aforesaid or otherwise shall permit suffer and authorise him to receive and take the same from time to time during his life to and for his own use and benefit and from and after his decease then I direct that all the said last mentioned stocks funds and securities shall sink into and be considered as part of my residuary personal estate and shall go and be disposed of accordingly and I give devise and bequeath my freehold messuages or tenements with their appurtenances situate in Church Row Limehouse and now in the several occupancies of (Blank RY) and Mrs (Blank RY) Taylor and also my leasehold messuages and premises hereto for in the tenancy or occupation of (blank RY) and now in my own occupation and adjoining to other premises now occupied by me and herein before by me by this my will given and bequeathed to my two said sons Christopher Huffam and William Henry Huffam with the appurtenances thereto belonging unto and to the use of my said sons Christopher Huffam and William Henry Huffam and Seymour Huffam their heirs executors administrators and assigns respectively according to the different natures and qualities thereof but upon trust to permit and suffer my said dear wife to receive and take the rents and the profits thereof during her life and from and after her decease then upon trust to receive and take the net rents issues and profits of the same remises for and during the life of my daughter Caroline Huffam and to pay and apply and dispose of the same to such person or persons and for such interests or purposes as she my said daughter may shall from time to time by any note or writing under her hand request direct or appoint ( but so as not to deprive herself thereof by sale mortgage or otherwise by way of anticipation) or in default of such request direction or appointment into her own proper hands and for her own separate use and disposal free from the control debts or engagement of any husband she may marry and I direct that the receipts of my said last named daughter or of that person or persons to whom she shall in manner aforesaid and not in any other manner request direct or appoint all or any part of such rents issues and profits to be paid or disposed of shall be good and sufficient discharge for so much money as shall be thereby acknowledged to be received or applied and from and after the decease of my said wife and my said daughter Carolina Huffam then I direct that they my said trustees and the survivor or survivors of them and the heirs executors and administrators of such survivor shall and do stand and be seized and possessed of and interested in the said last mentioned freehold and leasehold messuages or tenements hereditments and premises on trust for and for the benefit of such person or persons or for such estate and estates interest or interests and charged and rechargeable in such manner and subject to with and under such provisos conditions and restrictions as my daughter Carolina Huffam in her last will and testament in writing or any writing to be pertaining to be in the nature of her last will and testament to be signed and published by her in the presence and attested by three or more reliable shall( not withstanding her coverture and whether she shall be sole or covert) direct or appoint of or concerning the same messuages or tenements hereditments and premises and shall and do convey assign and dispose of the same accordingly and in default of such direction appointment I direct that they my said trustees and the survivors or survivor of them or the heirs executors or administrators of such survivor shall and do make sale and dispose of the last said mentioned freehold and leasehold messuage or tenements hereditments and premises or such part or parts thereof which shall remain unappointed or undisposed or whereof or concerning which no xxx and interest in disposition shall be made as last aforesaid either together or in parcels and by public sale or by private contract for the most money that can be reasonably obtained for the same and shall and do lay out and invest the money to arise from such sale or sale in the public stocks or funds or upon real or government security or securities at interest in the names or name of them my said trustees or trustee for the time being (who are and is hereby authorised to call in alter vary and transpose all or any of the stocks funds and securities when and so often as they or he may think proper) and shall and do stand and be possessed of and interested in such stocks funds and securities in trust for and for the benefit of all and every the child or children of the body of my said daughter Carolina Huffam who being a son or sons shall live to attain the age of twenty one years or who being a daughter or daughters shall live to attain that age or shall be married such stocks funds and securities to be divided between and amongst all such children if more than one in equal proportions and share and share alike and if there shall be but one such child then the whole of the said stocks funds and securities to be held in trust for and for the benefit of one such child and the interest dividends and annual proceeds of such stocks funds and securities shall after the decease of the said Carolina Huffam be paid applied and disposed of for and towards the maintenance and education of her children or child who for the time being shall be presumptively intitled thereto during his her or their minority or respective minorities in such way and manner as my said trustees or trustee for the time being shall think proper but if there shall not be any child or children of the body of the said Carolina Huffam who being a son shall live to attain the age of twenty one years or being a daughter shall live to attain that age or be married then I direct that they my said trustees or trustee for the time being shall and do ( subject and without prejudice to the trusts and directions hereinbefore declared and contained) pay apply and dispose of the interest dividends or annual proceeds of the said last mentioned stocks funds and securities unto such husband of the said Carolina Huffam as may survive her and my said dear wife (if he shall be living at the time of such failure of issue of her body as last aforesaid) or otherwise shall permit suffer and authorise him to receive and take the same from time to time during his life to and for his own use and benefit and from and after his decease then I direct that the said last mentioned stocks funds and securities shall sink into and be considered as part of my residuary personal estate and shall go and be disposed of accordingly and subject to the payment of all my just debts and my funeral and testimony expenses and of such legacies or sums of money as I have given or may give or leave by this my last will or any codicil to be added thereto I do hereby give and bequeath all the residue and remainder of my monies stocks funds and securities for money and of all and singular other my personal estate property and effects whatsoever whereof or whereto I shall be possessed or intitled and which is or are not hereby otherwise specifically bequeathed or disposed of unto my said three sons Christopher Huffam William Henry Huffam and Seymour Huffam their executors administrators and assigns upon trust nevertheless to call in make sale of and absolutely convert the same into ready money as soon as conveniently may be after my decease and to lay out and invest all the net monies which shall arise or be procured by or from such calling in sale or disposition in the public stocks or funds or upon real or government security or securities at interest in the names or name of my said trustees or the survivors or survivor of them or the executors or administrators of such survivor (who are or is hereby authorised and empowered to alter vary and transpose such stocks funds and securities or any of them when and so often as may be thought expedient ) and upon trust to pay the interest dividends or annual proceeds of all such stocks funds and securities unto my said dear wife Rachel Huffam or otherwise to permit suffer and authorise her to receive and take the same from time to time during her life and to and for her own use and benefit and from and after her decease thereunto one sixth part or share of such stocks funds or securities I give and bequeath the same unto and for the benefit of my son Christopher Huffam his executors administrators and assigns and as to one other sixth part thereof I give and bequeath the same unto and for the benefit of my son William Henry Huffam his executors and administrators and assigns and as to one other sixth part I give and bequeath the same unto and for the benefit of my said son Seymour Huffam his executors administrators and assigns but in case any or either of my said sons shall happen to die in my life time then I direct that the sixth part or share of and in the said stocks funds and securities which each such son so dying would have become intitled to if he had survived shall and from after the decease of my said dear wife be held by my surviving trustees or trustee or the executors or administrators of such survivor upon such and the same trusts as are herein before declared of or concerning the money to arise from the sale of the freehold copyhold or leasehold hereditments and premises or part or share or parts or shares of freehold copyhold or leasehold hereditments and premises which such son so dying would have become intitled to under or by virtue of this my will in case he had survived me and which in the event of his death in my life time and or is so hereby directed to be sold and disposed of aforesaid and as to one other sixth part or share of and in such stocks funds and securities as last aforesaid I direct that the same shall from and after the decease of my said dear wife be held by my said trustees and the survivor and survivors of them and the executors administrators of such survivor upon trust to pay apply and dispose of the interest dividends or annual proceeds thereof in such way and manner for the sole and separate use of my said daughter Rachel Willoughby during her life as herein before is directed touching the application of the rents and profits of the aforesaid copyhold messuages tenements and premises by this my will devised appropriated for her separate use appointment and disposition and after her decease then and to such sixth part or share upon trust for and for the benefit of such person or persons and for such interests and purposes as she my said daughter by her last will and testament or any writing to be purporting or in the nature of a will to be by her legally executed shall ( whether she be sole or covert and notwithstanding her coverture direct or appoint of or concerning the same and for want of such direction or appointment and as to so much thereof as shall not be completely appointed or disposed of upon such and the same trusts as are herein before declared of or concerning the money to arise from the sale of the said copyhold messuages or tenements hereditments and premises or of such parts thereof as shall not be so appointed of disposed of by her my said daughter as aforesaid and as to one other sixth part or share of and in such stocks funds and securities as last aforesaid I direct that the same shall from and after the decease of my said dear wife be held by my said trustees and the survivors and survivor of them and the executors or administrators of such survivor upon trust to pay apply and dispose of the interest dividends or annual produce thereof in such way and manner for the sole and separate use of my said daughter Loretta Ford during her life as herein before directed touching the application of the said rents and profits of the said freehold and leasehold messuages tenements or premises so by this my will devised and bequeathed or appropriated for her separate use appointment and disposition as aforesaid and from and after her decease then as to the last said mentioned sixth part or share upon trust for and for the benefit of such person or persons and for such intents and purposes as she the said Loretta Ford by her last will and testament or by any writing to be purporting or in the nature of her will to be by her legally executed shall ( whether she shall be sole or covert and notwithstanding her coverture) direct or appoint of or concerning the same and for want of such direction or appointment and as to so much thereof as shall not be completely xxx appointed or disposed of upon such and the same trusts as are herein before declared of and concerning the money to arise from the sale of the said last mentioned freeholds and leasehold messuages or tenements or premises or of such parts thereof as shall not be appointed or disposed of by her my said last named daughter as and in manner aforesaid and as to the remaining or other sixth part or share of or in such stocks funds or securities as last aforesaid I direct that the same shall from and after the decease of my said dear wife be held by my said trustees and the survivor or survivors of them and the executors and administrators of such survivor upon trust to pay apply and dispose of the interest dividends or annual proceeds thereof in such way and manner for the sole and separate use of my daughter Carolina Huffam during her life as herein before is directed touching the application of the rents and profits of the said freehold and leasehold messuages tenements or premises do by this my will devised or bequeathed or appropriated for her separate use appointment and disposition as aforesaid and from and after her decease then as to the said last mentioned sixth part or share upon trust for and for the benefit of such person or persons and for such intents and purposes as she the said Carolina Huffam by her last will and testament or any writing purporting or in the nature of her will to be by her legally executed shall (whether she may be soloe or covert and notwithstanding her coverture) direct or appoint of or concerning the same and for want of such direction or appointment and as to so much thereof as shall not be completely and actively disposed of upon such and the same trusts as are hereinbefore declared of or concerning the money to and from the sale of the said last mentioned freehold and leasehold messuages tenements and premises or of such parts thereof as shall not be appointed or disposed of by her the said Carolina as and in manner aforesaid(and for promoting and facilitating the sale or sales of my said messuages or tenements and hereditments do hereby respectively directed to be sold as and in the events aforesaid I do hereby declare it to be my will that when and so often as any sum or sums of money shall be paid into the hands of the said Christopher Huffam William Henry Huffam and Seymour Huffam or the survivor or survivors of them or the heirs executors or administrators of such survivor by any purchaser or purchasers of any part or parts of the same messuages or tenements or hereditments the receipt and receipts of them the said Christopher Huffam William Henry Huffam and Seymour Huffam or the survivor or survivors of them or the heirs executors and administrators of such survivor shall from time to time be good and effectual discharge to the person or persons who shall pay such sum or sums of money for which such receipt or receipts shall be given and that after such receipt or receipts shall be so given that the person or persons who shall pay such sum or sums of money shall not afterwards be concerned to see to the application thereof or be xxx xxx answerable for the loss misapplication or non application thereof or of any part thereof and I hereby constitute and appoint my said sons Christopher Huffam William Henry Huffam and Seymour Huffam to be the executors of this my last will and testament and my will is and I do hereby declare that my said trustees and executors and each of them their and each of their heirs executors and administrators respectively shall and may from time to time deduct and retain by and out of the money which by virtue of this my will or any of the trusts herein before declared shall come to their hands all charges expenses and damages whatsoever which they or any of them shall expend be put unto or sustain in or about the execution or performance of all or any of the trusts of this my will and that they my said trustees and executors of each of them their and each of their heirs executors and administrators respectively shall be charged and cargeable only for his own receipts payments acts and wilful defaults and shall not be charged or chargeable with of for any sum or sums of money other than such as shall actually come to his or their hands respectively by virtue of this my will nor with any loss or damage which may happen in or about the management or execution of the trusts hereby in them respectively reposes without their respective wilful default and lastly I do hereby revoke all former wills by me at any time herebefore made in witness whereof I the said Solomon Huffam have to this my last will and testament contained in sixteen sheets of paper set my hand to the first fifteen sheets thereof and my hand and seal to this sixteenth and last sheet thereof this twenty sixth day of June in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and two (SH) signed sealed published and declared by the above named Solomon Huffam the testator as and for his last will and testament in t he presence of us who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses Thos Birtt William Rixon Will Coles their Clerk xxx Square minories

This will was proved at London on the third day of November in the year of ouir Lord One thousand Eight Hundred and Four before the worshipful Samuel Pearce Parson Doctor of Laws surrogate of the Right Horourable Sir William Wynne Knight Doctor of Laws Keeper or commissary of the prerogative court of Canterbury Lawfully constituted by the oaths of Christopher Huffam William Henry Huffam and Seymour Huffam the sons of the deceased and executors named in the said will to whom administration of all and singular the goods chattels and credits of the said deceased was granted they having been first sworn duly to administer.

Bankrupt nov 27 1824 
Huffam, Solomon (I609)
 
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Guitmonde / Wymund d' Avranches (D Avranches), Vicomte
Birthdate: 1007
Birthplace: Avranches, Manche, Normandy, France
Death: Died 1109
Immediate Family:
Son of Wymond II Abrincis D'Avranches and -
Husband of Wife of Guitmond (Wymond) d'Avranches
Father of William Abrincis d'Avranches, of Okehampton
Managed by: Douglas John Nimmo
Last Updated: March 7, 2013 
d'Avranches, Wymond 11 Abrincis (I26701)
 
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Headline: Anna Horn
Publication Date: February 06, 1999
Source: Peoria Journal Star
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Obituary: PEORIA -- Anna Lee "Annie" Horn, 80, of 3351 Kent Circle, Decatur, formerly of Peoria and Lincoln, died at 8:15 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 4, 1999, at her residence.
Born June 6, 1918, in Lawndale to Francois and Nina B. Farnam Hougham, she married Robert E. Horn on Sept. 18, 1946, in Peoria.
He died Aug. 21, 1995, in Danville.
Two sisters and two brothers also preceded her in death.
Surviving are two sons, David of Decatur and Robert of Benson, Ariz.; one brother, Dale Hougham of Mesa, Ariz.; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
She worked for Cutler-Hammer Electrical Co. in Lincoln for more than 20 years.
She was a member of International Amalgamated Machinists Local
1165, where she served as a union organizer and steward.
She also was a member of Holy Family Catholic Church in Lincoln.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Davison-Fulton Woodland Chapel. Visitation will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the chapel, with a Scripture service at 6 p.m. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery in West Peoria.
Memorials may be made to St. John's Hospice, 800 E. Carpenter, Springfield, Ill. 62769.
(Copyright 1999) 
Hougham, Anna Lee (I5932)
 
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Headline: Brook Davis
Publication Date: October 18, 1993
Source: Peoria Journal Star
Page: B3
Subjects:
Region: Illinois
Obituary: Brook Davis, infant daughter of Dorothy Davis of 605 S. Ligonier, died at 8:40 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 14, 1993, at her residence.
She was born Sept. 3, 1993, in Peoria.
Surviving are her mother of Peoria; her grandparents, William and Geraldine Hougham of Topeka; and a twin brother, Brandon L. at home.
Cremation will be accorded. There will be no services. Colonial Chapels is in charge of arrangements.
Incorrect sex was listed in Sunday's paper due to incorrect information provided by the funeral home. 
Davis, Brook (I7309)
 
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Hougham, George R. 84 July 15, 1927 Aug. 08, 2011 Passing on to a better place, George joins his wife Joan. He loved to fish, hunt, travel and could fix anything. He served in the U.S. Navy and was a member of the Elks. George is survived by lots of family that loved him: his sister, Connie; kids, Ken and Sue; son-in-law, Chip; grandkids, Lloyd, Wes, Emily, Alex, Courtney and Derek; and six great-grandkids. He also had a great traveling companion and friend, Marge; and adopted daughter, Tama. Service 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 26, 2011, at Willamette National Cemetery.

Not sure about parentage (- RY) 
Hougham, George R (I22926)
 
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in 1881 at Johns Almshouse Hythe Kent

Left £15 3s 10d 
Martha (I8186)
 
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In the name of God Amen, I Richard Hougham of Sandwich Kent Gent.xxxx to be buried in the church of St Mary the virgin as near my father as conveniently may be xxxx I bequeath to my brother Solomon xxxx and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten and for want of such I give to my brother Henry and his heirs and assigns forever provided that my said brother Solomon and Henry shall in consideration of my estate bequeathed them equally bear the costs paying such debts as I shall owe at the time of my decease and all such legacies as shall be given in this will also the discharge of my funeral expenses if not he shall have no benefit from bequeaths they shall immediately fall to him that performeth the duty.

I give to Thomas Harvey my shirt, cloak sword belt best hat to be given him within a week after my decease and to my loving sister Anne wife of Thomas Harvey 20 to be paid her in 2 years after my decease. I give to the poor people of Sandwich £3 to be paid out in bread to be delivered to them in the south porch of St Mary's church in Sandwich in following manner :- the first 20/- worth on the day of my funeral and 40/- worth within 2 years next after my decease

My said brother Henry Hougham sole executor of this my will and revoke all former wills by me made and appoint this to be my last will and testament in witness whereof I have here set my hand and seal 6th day of April 1662.

I give unto Joyce Elliott my cousin richards servant 20/- to be paid by executors after the mass and a month after my decease

Sealed signed published and declared etc in presence of Gabriel xxx and xxxxx Probated 16 Jan 1662 (?)





Of Sandwich
Buried at St Marys with parents
Leaves Everything to Brothers.
Thomas Harvey husb. to Ann he gave "my shirt, cloak, sword amd belt, and best hat"


Manor of Shelving



Four years after the taking of this survey, the bishop was disgraced, and all his estates were confiscated to the crown; after which the seignoryof these estates was granted, among others, to the family of Crevequer, and made a part of their barony, which consisted of lands assigned by the Conqueror, for his assistance in the defence of Dover castle, and were held of the king by barony.
Of the Crevequers, as chief lords of the fee; these estates were again held by the family of Malmaines, who were succeeded in one part of them, afterwards called the manor of Woodnesborough, by one of the name of St. Ledger; and in the other, then called Selinge, by owners of the same name; and at the latter end of king Henry III's reign, Nicholas de Selinge, and the heirs of John St. Ledger, as appears by the book of knight's fees in the Exchequer, held them by knight's service; the arms of St. Leger, being Azure, a fret, argent, a chief, or, were formerly in the windows of this church, of Hamo de Crevequer; the part of the formerdescended to John de Shelving, for so the name as well as the estate was then called, and he erected a mansion on it for his residence, which afterwards bore the name of Shelving, and died possessed of it in the 4th year of king Edward III. leaving the possession of it to his wife Benedicta, daughter and coheir of Robert de Hougham, of Hougham, near Dover. The part of the latter descended to Edward de St. Ledger, on whose death, his son Thomas de St. Ledger succeeded to it, who with Benedicta de Shelving possessed this estate in the 20th year of that reign. From St. Ledger the manor of Woodneshorough afterwards passed by sale into the name of White, one of whom, Robert White, died possessed of it in the 12th year of king Henry VIII. and from Shelving, the estate of Shelving was afterwards alienated to Dynely, or Dingley, as the name was variously called and spelt; and in king Henry VIII's reign Henry Dynely was in possession of it; at which time it paid ward to Dover castle. After which their respective heirs joined in the sale of both to Knight; from which time I find no further mention of the manor of Woodnesborough, but of the manor of Shelving only, which in the beginning of king Charles I.'s reign was the property of Edward Knight, gent. who died in 1632, leaving two daughters his coheirs, who seem to have divided this estate between them; that part, with the manor and court-lodge, still retaining the name of Shelving; the other, from its situation, taking the name of Churchgate sarm. This latter estate afterwards came at length into the possession of Christopher Ernest Kien, esq. lieut. colonel of the horse guards, who died possessed of it in 1744; upon which it descended to George Cousemaker, esq. whose widow Mary marrying Sir Thomas Pym Hales, bart. he became possessed of it, and died in 1773; upon which his widow, dame Mary Hales, above-mentioned, is now again possessed of it for her life; after which it will descend to her son by her first husband, lieut. colonel George Cousemaker.
The manor of Shelving was very soon afterwards sold to Solomon Hougham, gent. of Sandwich, who died possessed of it in 1658. He was a younger son of Richard Hougham, of Weddington, in Ash, by Elizabeth, daughter of Edward Sanders, gent. of Norborne; from whose youngest son Henry, descended the Houghams, of St. Martin's, in Canterbury, which branch of the Houghams bear for their arms, Or, five chevronels, sable. Solomon Hougham above-mentioned, was succeeded in it by his eldest son Richard Hougham, gent. of the same place, who died possessed of it in 1662; not long after which, it appears to have passed into the possession of John Grove, gent. of Tunstall, in right of Mildred his wife, who died in 1677. (fn. 1) After which it descended to his grandson Richard Grove, esq. formerly of Cambridge, but afterwards of the Temple, London, who dying unmarried a few years ago, and having no near relations, devised it, with the greatest part of his estates, to Mr. William Jemmett, gent. of Ashford, and William Marshall, the latter of whom, on a division of these estates, is now become the sole possessor of it. A court baron is held for this manor.

From: 'Parishes: Woodnesborough', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 10 (1800), pp. 121-144. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63617&strquery=hougham. Date accessed: 05 December 2007. 
Hougham, Richard (I295)
 
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JANET C HOUGHAM Request Information
SSN 330-38-8287 Residence: 61701 Bloomington, Mclean, IL
Born 11 Dec 1906 Last Benefit:
Died 4 May 1988 Issued: IL (1962) 
Hougham, Janet (I5728)
 
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JOHN M. WOOSTER, farmer, P.O. Le Roy, was born in Lancaster County, Pa. in 1819 and lived there until 1832, and , and moved to Ohio and lived there until 1841, then moved to Illinois and remained there until 1856, came to Kansas and located on a farm in Coffey County and is engaged in farming and stock - raising, and is a millwright by trade. Was married in Illinois in 1846 to Miss Marien Haugham (NOTE: They spelled her name wrong in the story), a native of Ohio. They have two children - Charles and Mary. He was one of the Locating Committee of the county and is a member of the I.O.O.F., and of the Christian Church, and was a member of the State Militia. 
Wooster, John (I3026)
 
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living with brother at 1880 census

Farm labourer 
Huffham, Elias (I14720)
 
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Living with parents at 1881 census

On 1891 census living with parents 
Davis, Alice (I18055)
 
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Living with parents at 1881 census 
Davis, Ester (I18056)
 
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living with parents at1881 census

cannot find on 1891 census nor 1901 nor 1911 
Phillips, Sidney (I18786)
 
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M.D. Nash 1987 - Settler Handbook

"No. 43 on the Colonial Department list, led by George Dyason, a wine merchant of Ramsgate, Kent, whose London address was 12 Old Cavendish Street. George Dyason was the nominal head of a party consisting of six equal partners - the four brothers George, Isaac, Robert and Joseph Dyason, Samuel Bennett and Hougham Hudson - and 14 indentured labourers. The party was recruited in Kent; in his memoir, 'Rough outlines of the life of a British settler', Isaac Dyason junior called it 'the Isle of Thanet party'. He claimed that it owed its selection to the influence of Sir William Curtis, one-time Lord Mayor and Member of Parliament for London, and Stephen Lushington, MP for Canterbury, after whom the party's location in Albany was named. The Colonial Department received other recommendations for the Dyasons from the Ramsgate parish authorities and a well-connected acquaintance of the family who involked the interest of Henry Clive, MP for Montgomery, on their behalf.

Deposits were paid for 20 men, and after an unsuccessful attempt by Robert Dyason's creditors to prevent him from leaving the country, the party embarked on board the Zoroaster at Deptford in December 1819. Departure was delayed for several weeks by the freezing of the Thames, and until a thaw set in the ship was unable to drop down the river. She finally sailed from the Downs on 12 February 1820, arriving in Simon's Bay on 30 April. The Zoroaster's charter terminated at this point, and the party was transshipped to the Brilliant for the voyage to Algoa Bay, which was reached on 15 May. The 3-year-old son of Henry Gray died at sea in the Zoroaster.

The party was located on the right bank of the Torrens River and named its location Lushington Valley. After complaints about inadequate food and clothing on the one part and insubordination and idleness on the other, most of the labourers deserted their masters or were dismissed, and the partnership was dissolved in June 1821".

1 "From: Russell Hudson Subject: Re: HOUGHAM HUDSON Date: Sun, 22 Mar 1998 21:54:10 +0200 Hi Lorraine and other cousins, I am descended from a line of Hougham Hudsons (pronounced Huffam) and am naturally looking for any additional information. My ancestors start with Hougham Hudson who married Ann in the U.K. on the 19th March, 1769. Their son was Hougham Hudson who married Mary Hugget on the 16th February, 1792 - she died in 1813, probably in Broadstairs near Canterbury, Kent in England. They had the following children: Sarah Hudson Mary Hudson Ann Hudson Thomas Hudson Hougham Hudson born 10th May 1798 died in South Africa 5th July, 1860 he married Elizabeth Ann Walker. Richard Hudson William Hudson born in Broadstairs, Kent, England in July 1809 died in South Africa 6th April 1854. Hougham and William emmigrated to South Africa in 1820. I am William Hudson's Great Grand Child."

17 June 2010.
There is obviously a connection between the Hougham and Hudson families but I have not yet establised where it lies. I have an extensive family tree for the Hudsons which I will post to the Hougham family tree when the link is found - RY 
Hudson, Hougham (I23497)
 
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Matric. pens. from MAGDALENE, Easter, 1617. Doubtless s. of Richard, of Ash, Sandwich, Kent. Bapt. there, Jan. 1, 1599-1600. Mayor of Sandwich, 1639. Married, at Birchington, Kent, Dec. 6, 1619, Mary Beake, of Northbourne. Died 1659. (Vis. of Kent; Hasted, IV. 231; H. G. Harrison.)


Ireland has him as son of Michael and Judith Austen. Given that Michael died 1583 and Solomon was born 1599
. This is impossible.

A solomon is clearly included in the will of Richard 7 Oct 1606 - RY

Mayor of Sandwich 1639.

He is recorded on Knights visitation of Kent 1619-1621 as son of Richard.
He is recorded on Knights visitation of Kent 1663 as Solomon Hougham of Ash " with his marriage to Mary Beake
and his son Henry of Ash who signs the statement.
He is recorded in register of Baptisms of Ash church 1600 Jan 1 Solomon son of Richard Hougham.
He is recorded on the allegation for his marriage licence, Canterbury thus "Solomon Hougham of Northbourne , gentleman bachelor about 20 years and Mary Beake of same parish maiden about 21 years her parents being all of them dead married at Birchington, 4 December 1619
He purchased the manor of Shelving (Alias Woodnesbury) in Eastry in 1632 and died of the plague in 1658. He was succeded by his eldest son Richard.
He is recorded in the will of his sister Ann which was proved 21 Jan 1661. She also mentions his son Henry father of his grandson Solomon. Thus" Solomon Hougham, son of my nephew Henry Hougham"
He is recorded on the will of his son Solomon of Barton Court Canterbury dated 7 July 1694 who desires to be buried near" my late father and mother in the chancel of the parish church of St Mary;s Sandwich" The will which covers five sheets mentions the other children of Solomon and Mary thus" I give unto my nephew Charles Hougham son of my brother Henry Hougham deceased ?1000 To my brother ijn Law Thomas Harvey and to my sister Ann his wife" etc.
The will shows the course by which Barton Court was inherited by Charles, the son of Henry

His memorial is a monument in St Marys Church Sandwich and reads" In memory of Solomon Hougham mayor of this town 1639 who dyed 27 Nov 1658 age 59. and of Mary his wife buried 19 January 1641 also of Richard Hougham his eldest son buried 26 Apr 1662 and lastly of Solomon Hougham Esq 2nd son, merchant of London and High Sherriff of Kent 1696 who died a bachelor 16 March 1697 in his 73 rd year of his age" " Both the Indies both the poles nay both the worlds knew his traffic, justice and his country too. Giving all on earth the heavenly pearl obtained he lived with profit and he died with gain".

Died of the plague at Sandwich. As no victim of the plague was allowed to be buried in a church the law was hedged a little by placing him in a doorway in St Marys Church. After bricking up the inside of the doorway into the church his remains followed and then finally the outside of the doorway was bricked up leaving him buried neither inside or outside the church. Evidence remains today as does a brass plate inside the church

Note.(M.H.Pratt) Pay no attention to "A Forgotten Past"by F. H. Suckling on arrangement of this family-she offers no proof for her connections. The arrangement on other side is taken from College of Arms.Heraldy.and Parish Registers,extracts from Wills, etc.all authentic sources.Solomon Hougham purchased the manor of Shelving-which he owned when he died.

Registers of Birchington 1539-1675. Cant.Mar Lic. The one gives mar. date as 4 Sep.l6l9,the other gives 20 Mar.l62l. Solomon, the son .merchant .trading to East Indies-Court proceedings in 1680. -purchased Barton Court .Canterbury , alias longport. In his will he left 14 pound to be paid annually -4 shilling every Sunday in penny loaves to the poor, and 12 shillings on Xmas day each year in same manner ,( in 1898 this bread is still piled up on a table every Sunday morning in St Mary's and distributed, after service.) Solomon was heir to Barton Court ,but having NO MALES to inherit from him, it had to go to his brother Henry. Hasted says Solomon D.S.P 1697
, Henry-the brother who inherited Barton Court also had a son Solomon who inherited, but lacking MALE HEIRS could not retain it and pass it on. The will of his Uncle Solomon designated. MALE HEIRS ,so it was inherited by his brother Charles Note Hasted says "Solomon died S P. -"but he had three daughters-probably because he did not retain Barton .historians concluded he died S. P.

Public Ptecord Office London. 448/54 Chancery Proceedings series II. Sandwich ,K.ent. 1646. Huffam V. Mantle. Huffam Solomon,of Sandwich.Kent.gent.and Knight. Mildred, an infant under 2l, by Platt Robert, her Guardian, against Mantle.Richard and Elizabeth, his wife , -concerning the estate of Edward Knight , late of Woodnesborough.gent. the manor of Shelvinge ,100 acres.etc. in Woodnesborough in Eastry ,Kent, yearly value of 140 pound, mortgaged by indenture 20 April Charles (1631) to. Beake Thomas ,of Bcakesbourne Kent, gent, Knight died intestate leaving issue, Mantle .Elizabeth, wife of Richard of Woodnesborough, yeoman.
Butcher'. Mary, since married to John, gent. Knight. Susan, and the plaintiff Mildred. -Rebecca, widow of said Edward Knight . -.-Susan conveyed her right in the estate to Solomon Ilougham — plaintiff who sues for equity of redemption.

From Boy's Collection for "A History of Sandwich"page 324. and to be found in St Mary's Church, Sandwich, Kent.In the Chancel against the South wall is a handsome monument of marble.with the following arms and inscription.Quarterly two coats, Argent 5 chevronels sable for HOUGHAM.Per pale az. and gu.a lion rampant,argentt for—
"In memory of Solomon Hougham mayor of this town 1639 who died , November the 27th 1658 aged 59 years, and of Mary, his wife buried 19th Jany 1641,and also of Richard Hougham his eldest son buried 26 April 1662,and lastly of Solomon Hougham Esq. his second son.a merchant of London,and High Sheriff of the County of Kent 1696. who dyed a bachelor March 16, 1696-7.in his 73rd year of his age." "Both Indies,both the Poles,may both worlds know,his traffick,Justice, and his bounty too.Giving all on earth the heavenly pearl t'obtaln, He lived with profit and he died with gain."—Solomon Hougham,neph. heir and sole executor to the last deceased. Caused this monument to be erected,who departed this life October 1714 in the 58th year of his age."

Manor of Shelving

Four years after the taking of this survey, the bishop was disgraced, and all his estates were confiscated to the crown; after which the seignoryof these estates was granted, among others, to the family of Crevequer, and made a part of their barony, which consisted of lands assigned by the Conqueror, for his assistance in the defence of Dover castle, and were held of the king by barony.
Of the Crevequers, as chief lords of the fee; these estates were again held by the family of Malmaines, who were succeeded in one part of them, afterwards called the manor of Woodnesborough, by one of the name of St. Ledger; and in the other, then called Selinge, by owners of the same name; and at the latter end of king Henry III's reign, Nicholas de Selinge, and the heirs of John St. Ledger, as appears by the book of knight's fees in the Exchequer, held them by knight's service; the arms of St. Leger, being Azure, a fret, argent, a chief, or, were formerly in the windows of this church, of Hamo de Crevequer; the part of the formerdescended to John de Shelving, for so the name as well as the estate was then called, and he erected a mansion on it for his residence, which afterwards bore the name of Shelving, and died possessed of it in the 4th year of king Edward III. leaving the possession of it to his wife Benedicta, daughter and coheir of Robert de Hougham, of Hougham, near Dover. The part of the latter descended to Edward de St. Ledger, on whose death, his son Thomas de St. Ledger succeeded to it, who with Benedicta de Shelving possessed this estate in the 20th year of that reign. From St. Ledger the manor of Woodneshorough afterwards passed by sale into the name of White, one of whom, Robert White, died possessed of it in the 12th year of king Henry VIII. and from Shelving, the estate of Shelving was afterwards alienated to Dynely, or Dingley, as the name was variously called and spelt; and in king Henry VIII's reign Henry Dynely was in possession of it; at which time it paid ward to Dover castle. After which their respective heirs joined in the sale of both to Knight; from which time I find no further mention of the manor of Woodnesborough, but of the manor of Shelving only, which in the beginning of king Charles I.'s reign was the property of Edward Knight, gent. who died in 1632, leaving two daughters his coheirs, who seem to have divided this estate between them; that part, with the manor and court-lodge, still retaining the name of Shelving; the other, from its situation, taking the name of Churchgate sarm. This latter estate afterwards came at length into the possession of Christopher Ernest Kien, esq. lieut. colonel of the horse guards, who died possessed of it in 1744; upon which it descended to George Cousemaker, esq. whose widow Mary marrying Sir Thomas Pym Hales, bart. he became possessed of it, and died in 1773; upon which his widow, dame Mary Hales, above-mentioned, is now again possessed of it for her life; after which it will descend to her son by her first husband, lieut. colonel George Cousemaker.
The manor of Shelving was very soon afterwards sold to Solomon Hougham, gent. of Sandwich, who died possessed of it in 1658. He was a younger son of Richard Hougham, of Weddington, in Ash, by Elizabeth, daughter of Edward Sanders, gent. of Norborne; from whose youngest son Henry, descended the Houghams, of St. Martin's, in Canterbury, which branch of the Houghams bear for their arms, Or, five chevronels, sable. Solomon Hougham above-mentioned, was succeeded in it by his eldest son Richard Hougham, gent. of the same place, who died possessed of it in 1662; not long after which, it appears to have passed into the possession of John Grove, gent. of Tunstall, in right of Mildred his wife, who died in 1677. (fn. 1) After which it descended to his grandson Richard Grove, esq. formerly of Cambridge, but afterwards of the Temple, London, who dying unmarried a few years ago, and having no near relations, devised it, with the greatest part of his estates, to Mr. William Jemmett, gent. of Ashford, and William Marshall, the latter of whom, on a division of these estates, is now become the sole possessor of it. A court baron is held for this manor.

From: 'Parishes: Woodnesborough', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 10 (1800), pp. 121-144. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63617&strquery=hougham. Date accessed: 05 December 2007. 
Hougham, Solomon (I153)
 
125
Name: HUFHAM, ANDREW JACKSON
Birth Date: April 13, 1901
Death Date: May 23, 1976
Sex: Male
Race: White
Age Units: 75 Years
Place of Occurance: Greenville, Pitt, North Carolina
Place of Residence: Greenville, Pitt, North Carolina
Autopsy: No
Hospital: Other Institutions
Marital Status: Married
Attendant: Physician
Mode of Burial: Burial in state
Place of Injury: 
Hufham, Andrew Jackson (I5895)
 
126
Name: HUFHAM, HARRY FRANKLIN
Date of Birth: December 07, 1909
Death Date: October 28, 1990
Sex: Male
Race: White
Age: 80 Years
Place of Occurance: Wilmington, New Hanover, North Carolina
Place of Residence: Wilmington. New Hanover, North Carolina
Autopsy: No
Hospital: Nursing and Rest Homes
Marital Status: Widowed
Attendant: Physician
Mode of Burial: Burial in state
State of Birth: North Carolina
Social Security Number: 240106223
Fathers Surname: HUFHAM
Place of Injury: 
Hufham, Harry Franklin (I5844)
 
127
Name: REA, HAZEL KATHERINE
Date of Birth: August 21, 1921
Death Date: December 13, 1992
Sex: Female
Race: White
Age: 71 Years
Place of Occurance: Wilmington, New Hanover, North Carolina
Place of Residence: . New Hanover, North Carolina
Autopsy: No
Hospital: General Hospital 50-99 Beds
Marital Status: Married
Attendant: Physician
Mode of Burial: Burial in state
State of Birth: North Carolina
Social Security Number: 240267715
Fathers Surname: HUFHAM 
Hufham, Hazel Catherine (I2142)
 
128 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I25865)
 
129
not uk citizen for 1911 census
on 1880 census as farm labourer


Johnson County, Indiana.
Marriage Records
1875 - 1901
Volumn 3
Name: Edward Hougham
Spouse: Lizzie H. Pritchard
Marriage Date: 18 Oct 1882
OSPage: 39
County: Johnson

Name Business Name Occupation Location City State Year
Chas Hougham Farmer Franklin Johnson Indiana 1890

Ed Hougham Farmer Franklin Johnson Indiana 1890 
Hougham, Edwin (I2338)
 
130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I17075)
 
131
On 1841 census Ag Lab at Stourmouth

On 1851 cenbsus ag lab at Preston

On 1861 census an agricultural carter of Hoaden Overland Ash

On 1871 Census as Agricultural Servant Hoaden House

On 1881 census as Agricultural labourer of Preston

On 1891 census as agricultural labourer of Preston

On 1901 Census as Agricultural Labourer of 76 The Forstall

Died bef 1911 census



Preston Forstall Wingham Kent

Farm worker 
Hougham, John (I1230)
 
132
on 1850 census as Travis Huffam born 1820 NC of Brunswick Co

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This is the 1850 census for Brunswick County, Northwest District only, in case anyone needs to refer to it...



1850 Brunswick County Census
North West District

1 James Ellis 68 (wheelwright); Rebecca 70

2 Duncan Campbell 45 (farmer); Elizabeth 72; Lydia 46; Mary 30; Elizabeth 28; David 27

3 William B. Robeson 47 (Farmer); Angeline 25; Henrietta 9; Harriet 7; William 5; Lucy 2; Bryan Long 27 (Overseer); Jimsey Jones 40 Female

4 William R. Hall 50 (Physician); Anna C. 55 Delaware; Harriet F. 25; Elizabetha A 23; Thomas R. 22 (farmer); Lucy C 20; John R. 18 (Farmer); Catharine N. 16; Anna S. 12

5 Armulian Lucas 28 (physician); Elizabeth 24;

6 Sarah King 70; Mary Jinkins 45

7 Frederich Hudler 44 (Farmer); Caroline 21; Elizabeth 16; Whitford 5 Male; Laura 6/12; Zechariah Jacobs 35 (Race M Carpenter)

8 Patsy Moore 30 Female (Race M); Seares 16 (Race M Labourer); Eliza 13 Race M; Barbary 12 Race M Harriet 10 Race M; William 8 Race M; Julia 6 Race M; John 4 Race M

9 Charles Taylor 40 (Farmer); Ann Jane 37; John W. 18 (Labourer); James W. 16 (Labourer); Soloman A. 14; Thomas T. 12; Ann E. 10; Fereby A. 8; David C. 5; Robert F. 4; Sarah J. 1 F

10 Ezekiel Smith 63 (Farmer); Sarah 43; James 0. 20 ; (Farmer); John W. 19; Martha J. 10; Sarah A. 8; Ezekiel 4; Bethelda 2

11 Charles Barton 27 Maine; Kesiah 37 Race M; Zary Peauey 17 (Race M Labourer); Ann E. McLain 14; Charley Peauey 10 Race M

12 Simon Peauey 23 (Race M Farmer); Anne 23

13 Anne Bordeaux 71; Elizabeth Brady 45; William Huffam 20 (Cooper); Rubin Brady 9

14 Caleb Freeman 45 (Race M Labourer); Cinthy 29 Race M; Milly Jacobs 20 Race M; William 4 Race M

15 Charles Skipper 49 (Race M Labourer); Tamalthy 46; William 22 (Race M Labourer); Henry 17 (Race M Labourer); Margery 15 Race M; Stephen 11 Race M; Franklin 8 Race M; Julia 6 Race M; Caroline 4 Race M; Charles 5/12 Race M; David Charles 23 (Race M Labourer)

16 Nehemiah Keeter 35 (Labourer); Dilila 35; Anne E. 15; Elijah 11; John 5

17 Eady Jacobs 45 (Female Race M); Campbell 33 (Race M Labourer); Hester 16 Race M; Alexander Allen 35 (Race M Labourer); Amy Moore 15 Race M; Henry Moore 5 Race M

18 Lydia Brady 70; Betsey A. Bowen 30; Laura Browning 7; Abner Congleton 23 (Farmer); Rebecca Congleton 26; Louisa Congleton 3; Wiley Congleton 2; Henry Congleton 7/12

19 Duncan Mitchell 35 (Race M Farmer); Catharine 35 Race M; Thomas 6 Race M; Everett 4 Race M; Jhonna 1 Race M

20 Murdock Skipper 26 (Race M Labourer); Harriett 21 Race M; Margaret 28 Race M; Mary 1 Race M

21 Solomon Taylor 31 (Farmer); Elizabeth 30; Eliza 12; Mary C. 3; Archibald 1

22 Ivey Jones 31 (Farmer); Elizabeth E. 30; Elizabeth 12; Mary 4; Joseph 1

23 Travis Huffam 30 (Farmer); Mary 29; Robert 1; William 7/12

24 James E. Huffam 33 (Farmer); Mary 75

25 James Byrd 40 (Farmer); Lydia 37; Uphemia 17; Shade 13; Anna 11; Harriett 10; Frances 4

26 Haywood Carroll 29 (Farmer); Cealy 36 Female; Mary 11; Darcus 5 Female; Elizabeth 4; Ann 1

27 Franklin Carrol 39 (Farmer); Darcis 38 Female; James P 13; Frederick 12; William 10; Harriet 8; Franklin 5; Christopher 3; David 1

28 Asa Huffam 28 (Farmer); Mary Ann 25; Calvin Freeman 20 (Cooper)

29 Elias Freeman 59 (Race M Farmer); Abby 50 Race M; Celia 21 Race M; Priscilla 20 Race M; Joshua 21 Race M; William 20 Race M; Jesse 76 Race M; John 12 Race M; Mary 10 Race M; Eliza 4 Race M; Julia Jacobs 10 Race M

30 Henry Wallace 36 (Farmer South Carolina); Justina 23; Emeline 6; Martha 5; Mary 3; Henry 2

31 Mary Byrd 72; Vaughn 36 (male Farmer); Eliza 25; Daniel Benson 13

32 Asa Jacobs 50 (Race M Farmer); Elizabeth 35 Race M; Edward 22 (Race M Labourer); Adaline 19 Race M; Bethel 21 (Race M Labourer); Caroline 18 Race M; Anne 15 Race M; Justina 14 Race M; Elizabeth 12 Race M; Asa 10 Race M; Melvin 7 Race M; Alson 1 Male Race M; Joseph Champion 15; David Jacobs 16 (Race M Labourer)

33 John Wells 38 (Farmer); Martha 32; William 10; Sarah 9; Emeline 7; Margaret 5; Henry 3; Alexander 2; Elizabeth 2/12

34 Neal Davis 45 (Farmer); Tabitha 40; Robert 16; William 14; Mary 12; Leonard 11; Sarah 9; Luke 8; Johanna 6; Mahaly 5; Elvy 3; Cornelius 2; Armilin 8/12 Male

35 Henry Jacobs 43 (Race M Labourer); Mary 42 (Race M); Eli 18 (Race M Labourer); Sylvany 11 Race M; Mary 15 Race M; Betsey 9 Race M; Eliza 7 Race M; Jerry 4 Race M

36 Christenberry J.Byrd 29 (Farmer); Martha J. 30; Henry 7; Anne 6; Christenberry 2; Martha J. 9/12; Josiah Little 21 (Labourer)

37 Benjamin Millican 25 (Labourer); Isabel 26; Mary 4; Christely 1/12 Female

38 Sylvester Peauey 31 Female; Eliza Deaver 14 Female; Ziephy Deaver 10 Female; Alexander Deaver 8 Male

39 Hugh N. Peauey 38 (Race M Blacksmith); Mary E. 35; Lazarus 14 Race M; Levi 7 Race M; Winny Duncan 25 Female; McDaniel Duncan 3 Male

40 Celey Freeman 75 Female; Elizabeth Freeman 71; Darcus Vines 55 Female; Alexander Vines 15; Mary Vines 12

41 John Jacobs 36 (Race M Labourer); Cyrena 30 Race M; John 74 Race M; Byron 12 Race M; Alexander 10 Race M; Charity 8 Race M; Mariah 7 Race M; Richard 6 Race M; Beedy 4 Female Race M; Christopher 5/12 Race M

42 Hugh Smith 40 (Farmer); Elizabeth 46; Thomas 20 (Labourer); Mary 18; Sarah 17; Elizabeth 12; Hugh 8; Calvin 5/12; Washington Carrol 30 (Labourer)

43 Daniel Jacobs 25 (Race M Labourer); Martha 23 Race M; Ann J. 5 Race M; Harriet 3 Race M; Curtis 2 Race M

44 Jordan Wollard 29 (Farmer); Caroline 23; Himan 1 Male; William Smith 21 (Labourer)

45 Jesse Freeman 51 (Race M Farmer); Mary 37 Race M; Mary J. 18 Race M; Elizabeth 16 Race M; Susania 13 Race M; Martha J. 8 Race M; Claudia 1 Race M; Mary Huyse 50 Race M

46 James Freeman 37 (Race M Labourer); Anne 23 Race M; Louis 2 Race M; Godi Freeman 27 Male (Race M Labourer); Lucy A White 29 Race M; John W. White 4 Race M

47 Jerod Peauey 20 (Race M Labourer); Elizabeth 18 Race M

48 David D. Allen 45 (Farmer); Calista 29; David C. 15; Clarise 5; Mary 3/12; Clarisse Newbold 38; Duncan M. Boie 26 (Physician); Martin Barefoot 29 (Labourer)

49 William H. Allen 26 (PostMaster); Evelina 24; Mary 5; David 3; Elizabeth 1

50 James H. Allen 42 (Sheriff); Elizabeth 37; Ann M. 16; David M. 13; Mary 10; Prudence 8; Jane 4; Owen 5/12; Sarah Allen 69

51 James Walton 72 (Miller Maryland); James B. 15; Elizabeth Campbell 60

52 John Browning 65 (Minister); Mary 56 Race M; Eliza 25 Race M; Lucinda 21 Race M

53 Alexander Taylor 24 (Farmer); Francenia 20; Harriet 4/12


54 Stephen King 44 (Farmer); Margaret 37; Sarah 14; Anna 8; William 6; Stephen 4; Mary 2

55 Felix King 38 (Farmer); Eliza 32; Moses 10; Felix 4; Rebecca 2; Emeline 2/12; Elizabeth Taylor 54; Sarah Taylor 22

56 Thomas M. Barefoot 36 (Farmer); Sophia 77; Margaret 8; Mildred 4

57 Jesse B. Doars 35 (Shoemaker); Elizabeth 36; Ann 12; William 10; Martha 8; James 5; John 9/12

58 Armilian Baldwin 49 (Farmer); Mildred 48; Helen 19; Eliza 19; Warren 17; William 12; Sophia 7; Sarah 5; Emelia 3; Catharine 1

59 Morgan C. Turentine 49 (Minister); Julia 31; Mary C. 13; Sarah 10; John 2; Mary Rothwell 74

60 George W. Ellis 39 (Farmer); Irene 36; Robert 9; Martha 7; George S. 4; Rebecca 5/12; Haynes Webb 22 (Race M Labourer)

61 John Freeman 39 (Race B Cooper); Lydia 22 Race B; John 4 Race B; Sarah 13 Race B; William 1 MRace B; Andrew 4/12 Race B; David 4/12 Race B

62 James Butts 56 (Cooper); Sarah 25; John 4; William 7/12

63 John Webb 70 (Race B Labourer); Polly 35 Race B

64 Ziddy Freeman 30 Female Race M; Calvin 12 Male Race M

65 Joseph Loe 52 (Race M Farmer); Susan 34 Race M; Betsy 19 Race M; Samuel 11 Race M; Anna 9 Race M; Lucy 8 Race M; Joseph 5 Race M; Susan 3 Race M; Wright Young 21 (Race M Labourer)

66 Anna A. Waddell 35; Marion 17 Male; Edmund 15; William 12; Anna 9; Wellington 7 Male; Harriet Laspeyre 10

67 William Smith 29 (Race M Labourer); Hannah 32 Race M; Ducilla Jacobs 14 Race M

68 Jesse B. Little 20 (Labourer); Lucy 15

69 Caleb Little 55 (Farmer); Mary 49; Nancy 18; Louisa 12

70 John B. Ellis 45 (Farmer); Nancy 40; George 3; Mildred Jacobs 20 Race M

71 David B. Morley 43 (Cooper); Lucy B. 31; Rebecca 15; Mary 12; Sibella 9 Female; Lucy 7; Daniel 5; John 3; Henry 1

72 Dougald Blue 34 (Farmer); Anna 65; Mary 35; Flora 30; Ann 28

73 David T. Daniel 32 (Cooper); Julian 32 Female; Frances 6; William 4; Lucy 1

74 John B. Freeman 47 (Labourer); Nancy 49; Charles 7

75 John Browning 55 (Farmer); Elizabeth 20; Margaret 14; John 10; Lydia 8; Georgianna 6

76 William Patrick 47 (Race M Cooper); Sophia 55 Race M; Ezekiel 23 (Race M Labourer); Marsa 17 female Race M; Mildred 16 Race M; Benjamin 2 Race M; Margaret 9/12 Race M

77 Henry Patrick 24 (Race M Cooper); Hester 24 Race M; Anne 2 Race M; William 4/12 Race M

78 Shade Byrd 40 (Cooper); Elizabeth 35; Mary 19; Mary J. 12; Thomas 10; John 7; Julia 3

79 Alfred Jacobs 45 (Race M Cooper); Peggy 35 Race M; John 15 Race M; Betsy 12 Race M; Henry 9 Race M; Eliza 7 Race M; Susan 5 Race M; Sophia 3 Race M; Oris 1 Female Race M

80 Dolly Shaw 29 Race M; Archy 5 Race M; George 3 Race M; Sandy 2/12 Male Race M

81 William B. Baldwin 47 (Wheelwright South Carolina); Maria 38; William 6; Mary 4; Caroline 1

82 Jacob Byrd 27 (Cooper); Lydia 22; Sarah 5; Levin 3; James 5/12

83 Madaline Freeman 27 Race M; Josaphine 5 Race M; Drusy Jacobs 18 Race M

84 Niram Skipper 63 (Farmer); Creasy 50 Female; John 22 (Farmer); Joshua 14; Ceily 12; Charlotta 8

85 George W. Lennon 44 (Farmer); Jane 39; Prosper 20 (Labourer); Dennis 18 (Labourer); John 14; Elizabeth 10

86 Henry Webb 25 (Race M Labourer); Rachael 20 Race M; Alexander 1/12 Race M

87 Rachael Neale 75 Race B

88 Mary Formyduvall 41; Selvester 17 (Farmer); Mary 15; Jane 13; Caroline 8; Sarah 6; Archibald 3

89 William Baldwin 44 (Race M Labourer); Nancy 30 Race M; Mary 15 Race M; Betsey 13 Race M; Maria 10 Race M; Zackariah 8 Race M; Robert 6 Race M; William 2 Race M

90 Mills Freeman 24 (Race M Labourer); James 2 Race M

91 John M. Sikes 40 (Farmer); Mary 46; Drucilla 13; Elizabeth 10; James 9; Joe Smith 17 (Race M Labourer)

92 William J. Bryan 26 (Farmer); Florah 17; Gabriel Freeman 27 male Race M Labourer

93 Samuel Freeman 27 (Race M Labourer); Polly 20 Race M; Mary 1 Race M

94 James W. McCoy 36 (Farmer); Charlotte 24; Roy 7; Lloyd 5; Kenneth 4; Hetty 2 Female; Frusannath 8/12; Andrew C. Crombie 20 (Teacher Scotland)

95 Nathan C. Williams 24 (Farmer); Mildred 16

96 Henry H. Williams 39 (Farmer); Mary 11; Gibson 13; Eliza 9; Agnes 7; Abram 4

97 Joseph Jordan 49 (Farmer South Carolina); Nancy 41; Mary 23; John 14

98 Nathan Williams 59 (Farmer); Jane 40; Mary 29; Margaret 26; Caroline 20; George 18 (Labourer)

99 Ann J. Sawtell 55; Joseph H. Eckley 19 (Labourer)

100 Betsey Patrick 40 Race M; Margaret 15 Race M; Sarah 13 Race M; Betsy 12 Race M; Alexander 9 Race M

101 Cressy Freeman 57 Female Race M; Emma 15 Race M; Susan 13 Race M

102 Winnford Adams 60 Female; Caroline 20 Race M; Sarah 11 Race M

103 Curtis W. Brock 37 (Overseer); Gustus Brown 23 Male

104 Samuel Sellers 47 (Labourer); Elizabeth 42; Joseph 14; John 3; William 10/12

105 Ephraim Williams 40 (Farmer); Sarah 36; William 16 (Farmer); Margaret 14; Helen 11; Solomon 8; Andrew 6; Charles 4; Ephraim 3; Sarah 1

106 William A. Robbins 49 (Farmer); William 24 (Student); Ann 22; Mireana 20 Female; Hamilton 18; Caroline 15

107 Hannah Lock 73; Samuel 47 (Farmer); Henry 22; Susan 20

108 William L. Robbins 25 (Labourer); Alfred 24 (Labourer); Seth 23 (Labourer); John 21 M (Labourer); Susan 22; Agnes 4; Charlotte 1; Mary L. Bryan 45

109 Samuel Musgram 53 (Wood Cutter); Catherine 45; Margaret 15; Sarah 12; Samuel 8; Daniel Parinton 25 (Race M Wood Cutter)

110 John Hooper 42 (Race B Labourer); Margaret 34 Race B; Richard 14 Race B; James 12 Race B; John 10 Race B; Mary 8 Race B; David 6 Race B; Eliza 4 Race B; William 1 Race B; Amy Hooper 68 Race B

111 Joel A. Robbins 34 (Turpentine Maker); Mary 30; Adaline 11; Robert 10; James 8; Julia 7; Maurice 5; Jane 2; Prudence 4/12

112 Henry G. Williams 34 (Farmer); Emeline 24; Ann 8; George 7; Sylvester 5; Edward 9/12

113 Joseph Williams 37 (Farmer); Sarah 29; John 10; Christopher 8; Thomas 4; Joseph 1

114 Nancy Allen 39 Race M; William H. Jourdan 4 Race M

115 Richard Wadsworth 24 (Overseer); Emily 19

116 James B. Grist 32 (Farmer); Elizabeth 27; Mary 10; Samuel 8; Eller 2; Olivia 1; George Pritchett 17 (Schoolmaster)

117 Samuel Boswell 61 (Farmer); Charlotte 55; Franklin 21 (Clerk); Adaline 19; William 17; John 14; Mary 12; Joseph Rowell 14

118 Henry H. Watters 39 (Planter); Leonora 20

119 Joseph A. Watters 66 (Planter); Julia 52; Mildred 30; Mary M. Hardy 1

120 John G. Hall 48 (Planter); Sarah 25; Sarah W. 6/12

121 B. M. Isler 42 Female; George M. 14; Stephen W. 12; Simmons 11; William R. 9

122 Michael Bryan 48 (Planter); Mary 38; Benjamin F. 20 (Student); Mary A. 15; Henry M. 11; Fletcher S. 1

123 Thomas Smith 38 (planter); Mary L. 32; Rebecca S. 12;
Louisa B. 9; Mary E. 7

124 Lydia Freeman 43 (Race M); Abram 12 Race B; Anne 5 Race B; Eanus male 9/12 Race B

125 H. W. Burgain 38 Male Planter

126 Isaac Burdeaux 28 Overseer

127 Junius Davis 35 Male (Planter); Anne S. 21; George 1

128 James E. Roberts 24 (Farmer); Sarah J. 25; Margaret E. 1

129 Thomas Graves 62; Eliza 54

130 Hanna Faulk 50; Mary Faulk 43

131 William B. McCary 22 (Planter)

132 Samuel Benton 25 (Farmer); Harriett T. 25; Frances E. 1

133 William Benton 23 Labourer

134 William Roberts 67 (Farmer Virginia); Elizabeth 49; Jesse 22 (Farmer); William 17

135 John Mints 24; Lydia 25; Rilla 4 Female; Margaret 2

136 William Liles 45 (Farmer); Mary 32; Mary 9; Alexander 7; William 5; Sarah 3; Thomas 1

137 Allen R. Benton 38 (Farmer); Mary 30; Joseph 9; Polly 7; Lorenza 1; Elizabeth 6/12

138 Charles Ellis 38 (Farmer Ireland); Elizabeth 30; Charles F. 4; John E. 2; Mary J. 9/12

139 James Williams 34 (Farmer); Mary A. 32; Isaac E. 11; Anna M. 5; James W. 4; Joseph S. 1

140 Stephen Liles 66 Farmer

141 John C. Williams 38 (Farmer South Carolina); Mary 27; James W. 14; Stephen F. 11 South Carolina; John D. 9; Mildred E. 5; George A. 2

142 Polly Williams 52; Nancy Swain 52

143 George Feabus 42

144 Watly Register 38; Betsey 30; Thomas 10; Sarah 8; Rebecca 6; Mary 3

145 Phillip Teabo 24 (Farmer); Susan 37; William 7; Philip 3

146 Eady Roberts 32 female; Benjamin 9; George W. 5; William 2

147 Michael Chinis 51 (Carpenter); Rebecca 37; Mary 16; Michael 6; Robert 1; Warren 3/12

148 Joseph L. Bryan 37 (Farmer); Alice 33; Thomas 6; Morris 5; Josephine 3; Carissa 1; Sarah Harvel 12;

Paton Evans 21 (labourer)

149 Lemuel Murrell 70 (Farmer); Sarah 65; Eliza 23; Elizabeth Rowell 10; Amos Rowell 9

150 John Smith 35 (Cooper); Holle 35 Female; John L. 5; Sarah D. 3; Andrew B. 2; Hardy W. 9/12

151 John Murrel 25 (Farmer); Tabitha 24; Sarah M. 1

152 William H. Sellers 52 (Cooper); Mary 54; Catharine Haddoc 70

153 John M. Sellers 28 (Cooper); Maria 30

154 Elijah Robbins 36 (Farmer); Sarah 35; Flora 9; Alexander 8; Malay 5; John F. 3; William 1; Zechariah Robbins 8

155 Michael Ward 46 (Farmer); Anna 38; Alfred 18; Mary A. 16; Sarah E. 14; Marsden 12; Zilphy 9; Eliza J. 8; Michael 6; William 3; Caroline 1

156 Mary J. Freeman 21 Race M

157 Stephen Williams 24 (Cooper); Penelope 21

158 John Liles 55 (Farmer); Elizabeth 60 Virginia; John Harvel 9

159 Mary Jacobs 50; Ann E. 23; Benjamin 19 (Labourer); Penelope 10; Prudence Jacobs 75

160 Benjamin Liles 73 (Farmer); Elizabeth 70; William Jordan 23 (Labourer)

161 William Watson 46 (Farmer); Margaret 28; Sarah 8; Rachel 6; Mary 5; Rebecca 3; Margaret 1

162 Moses Benton 23 (Labourer); Elizabeth 32; Mary 8

163 James W. Skipper 26 (Cooper); Susan 27; Alfred 10; Wesley 5; William 3; Lotty 1; Sarah Benton 29

164 Hannah Hillburn 30; James 3; Allen Jacobs 35 Labourer

165 Lawson R. Skipper 20 (Turpentine Maker); Catherine A. 19; Elizabeth A. 1

166 Nedom B. Skipper 44 (Farmer); Anne 47; Mireana 12; William Jordan 24 (Cooper); Mathew Jordan 21 (Cooper)

167 Samuel Jordan 41 Farmer; Elizabeth 60

168 John S. Vernon 39 (Farmer); Mary 38; William 14; Jane 11; Mary A. 6; Catharine 2; John 2

169 Benjamin Chinis 52 (Farmer); Florah 33; Hamilton 13; Mary 12; John 8; Daniel 3; Julia 6/12

170 Hugh Mathis 71; Mary 68 Scotland; Rosa 72; Alfred Hayes 23 (Race M Labourer)

171 Mary Hillburn 52; James M. 22; Elizabeth 17; Narcissus 15 Female; Catherine 11; John 8; James W. Williams 12

172 John P. Murrel 26 (Farmer); Tabitha 24; Sarah M. 1

173 John M. Vernon 70 (Farmer); Catharine 56; Leanora 19; Catharine 15

174 Edward Vernon 30 (Cooper); Catharine 28; Christopher 5; Martha 3; Lafayette 1; Thomas Jordan 12

175 Daniel Chinis 40 (farmer); Anna 50; Susan Chinis 42; William 15

176 John N. Register 25 (Overseer); Elizabeth 22; Jane Phillips 45

177 Joseph Skipper 27 (Farmer); Elizabeth 23; Mary A. 4; Amanda 9/12

178 Lewis P. Dernot 32 (Physician); Susan 24; Harriett J. 7; Lewis C. 2

179 Joseph J. Scull 20 (Turpentine Maker); James H. 15

180 John Eady 45 (Race M Farmer); Sophia 40 Race M; Liely 16 Female Race M; Sarah 15 Race M; Elly 12 female Race M; Maryna 10 Race M; Peter 7 Race M; Sophia 9/12 Race M

181 William Smith 62 (Farmer); Henrietta 52; Ann E. 30; Robert 21; Betsy 19; Joseph 15; Martha A. 12; Morris 17 (Labourer); William 7; George Chauers 21 (Race M Labourer)

182 James H. Pritchet 32 (Farmer); Charlotte 52; Olivia 19; Stephen Dowdy 38 (Overseer)

183 Edward Wells 30 (Farmer); Patience 20; Alfred 2; Daniel 1; Benjamin Moore 17 (Race M Labourer)

184 Mary Wells 65; Mary 22

185 John Vines 72 (Farmer); Civie 67 Female South Carolina; James 49; Luisa 29; John 11; Henry 7; Robert Webb 24 Race B; Labourer; Eliza Webb 9 Race B

186 Samuel Allen 50 (Race M Farmer); Nancy 40 Race M; John 21 Race M Labourer; Betsy 14 Race M; Patsy 12 Race M; Druye Webb 3 Race M; Alexander Webb 25 Race B Labourer

187 David Freeman 35 (Race M Labourer); Olive 30 Race M; Daniel 6 Race M; Moses 3 Race M; Angeline 1 Race M; Hannah Webb 32 Race M

188 Strong Webb 19 (Race M Farmer); Mary 20 Race M; Martha J. Graham 16 Race M

189 Alexander Webb 51 (Race B Farmer); Cuncey 45 Female Race B; Calvin 22 Race B Labourer; Bethel 19 Male Race B Cooper; David 18 Race B; Anne 15 Race B; Elizabeth 12 Race B; Sally 9 Race B; Daniel 7 Race B

190 John Webb 35 (Race B Labourer); Eliza 35 Race B; Margaret 7 Race B; Lucy 5 Race B; Isaac 2 Race B; Joseph 1 Race B

191 Julius Allin 60 (Farmer); Catharine 50; Nancy 21; Samuel 20; Louisa 17; Dicy 13; William 13; Julius 10

192 Salomon Webb 45 (Race M Blacksmith); Elizabeth 45 Race M; George 22 Race M Labourer; Lucy 19 Race M; Mary 17 Race M; Margaret 16 Race M; Solomon 14 Race M; Wesley 13 Race M; William 11 Race M; Sophrony 9 Female Race M

193 John Phillips 50 (Race M Shoemaker); Mary 40 Race M; William 22 Race M Labourer; Samuel 19 Race M Labourer

194 Elijah Keeter 50 (Farmer); Kesiah 65; Betsy Jacobs 13 Race M; Lewellen Potter 15; Mahaly Jacobs 11 Race M

195 Joseph Green 34 (Farmer); Penelope B. 34; Susan C. 10; William B. 8; Mary E. 2; James M. Simpson 55 (Carpenter Scotland); Celia Newell 51; William Taylor 30 (Overseer); Alexander Freeman 17 Race M Labourer

196 Daniel O. Bryan 23 (Labourer Virginia); Linda 25

197 John Skipper 63 Labourer; Rebecca 28; Eliza 20

198 William Brinkley 50 (Farmer); Malvinia 30; Sarah D. Sanders 12; Henry W. Sanders 10; Corneil James 25 Overseer

199 William Shelton 37 (Labourer England); Mary 35; John 6/12

200 Matthew Jordan 46 (Farmer); Catharine 30; Eliza 17; Betsy 12; Polly 10; Daniel 9; Rebecca 7; Samuel 5; Catherine 3; John 8/12; Parker Keeter 18 Labourer; William Keeter 16 Labourer

201 Zachariah Murrell 28 (Farmer); Mary 25; Mary 1; Laura 1; Leni Register 50 Labourer; Jesse Scarborough 21 Labourer

202 Andrew Wallace 60 Cooper

203 William H. Williams 51 (Farmer); Tabitha 57; Sarah 21

204 Daniel W. Collum 27 (Labourer); Elizabeth 25; Rebecca 3; Sarah 1

205 Archibald Collum 23 (Farmer); Mary 28; Rebecca 2

206 Jacob H. Williams 24 (Blacksmith); Mary 22; Caroline 4; Thomas 2; Isaac 9/12

207 John Nelson 40 (Overseer); Susan 40; Mary 17; William 14; Ann 10; Alice 7; Adaline 4; Lucy 2; George Nelson 28 Labourer; Charles Nelson 25 Labourer

208 Benjamin Roberts 75 (Chairmaker Virginia); Elizabeth 44; Mary 21; Frances 4; William Herrick 35 (Labourer Vermont)

209 Anderson Waters 27 Labourer

210 Duncan Harvel 36 (Farmer); Sahra 40; Mary 16; Zilla 13; John 11; Emily 11; James 6; Duncan 4; Thomas 2; Sahrey 1

211 William Thornton 53; Mary 46; Jacob 17; Hamilton 15; Melvina 15; Manuel Keeter 30 Race M Labourer

212 Mary Rowell 70

213 Stephen Hall 40 Farmer

214 William Nettleton 55 (Labourer); Charity 40

215 Joseph J. Bryan 52 Farmer

216 Susan Freeman 35 Race M; Rachael 12 Race M; Betsy 6 Race M

217 John Jacobs 65 (Race M Farmer); Catharine Champion 65; Abby 15; Ferabe 10 Female

218 Mary Young 35 (Race M Labourer); Sarah 18 Race M; Joseph 3/12 Race M


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Hufham, Travis (I8847)
 
133
on 1851 census a smith of Stepney


On 1861 census as baptist minister of Tenderden

On 1871 census as baptist minister of Cockmount house Wadhurst

Of Cock Mount Wadhurst Sussex in 1881

on 1891 census minister of Mount Pleasant Wadhurst

On 1901 census minister of Mount Pleasant Wadhurst

1904 Inquest: “A fracture to the base of the skull, thrown from a trap. Accidental death”. Horse bolted in a fresh carriage, and ran into a cow, on Moseham Hill.

Calvinistic Minister




Pastor of the Rehoboth Chapel Pell Green

Mother possible charlotte Young

died before 1911 census 
Winslow, William (I3926)
 
134
On 1851 census living with parents


An Edward born 1845 is on the 1861 census as on board ship. Is this the Edward? 
Hougham, Edward (I1316)
 
135
On 1851 census living with parents

on 1861 census living with parents Solicitors clerk

Cannot find on 1871 census

On 1881 census upholster of Quarry Road

On 1891 census upholsetere of 17 Warrier Square hastings

Cannot find on 1901 census

on 1911 census retired upholsterer of 16 Gilford Road Deal 
Phillips, William (I18783)
 
136
on 1860 census as Huffham, north division Duplin NC

on 1870 census as J D Huffham born 1834 NC

on the 1880 census this family name is spelt HUFHAM


Hufham, James Dunn 1834-1921
Dictionary of North Carolina Biography. Volume 3, H-K. Edited by William S. Powell. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1988. (DcNCBi 3)
Encyclopedia of Southern Baptists. Two volumes. Nashville, TN: Broadman Press, 1958. (EncSoB

1850 Census: Enumerated with John Kelley, merchant, age 33 of Duplin County, page 1 of County census. James D. age listed as 14 (1835/6 birth) as opposed to 1834 listed in other sources.

1880 Sound ex: Caledonia Township, Scotland Neck, Halifax County, North Carolina 10/130/36/43
Hufham, James D., W M 46
Mary A., wife, 44
George A., son, 16
Annie H., daughter, 12
Thomas M., son, 10
James Dunn, son, 7
Mary D., daughter, 1/12

1900 Sound ex: Vance County, Henderson, 64/84/9/76
Huffham, J. D., Rev., b. May 1834, age 66

Census: 1920, Alamance County, North Carolina 1/14/245

Transcription of Newspaper Article by Catherine Wedge -3/11/01. Found in Mary A. Faison Album Presumably the year is 1921. Dr. Hufham Incarnated the Spirit of North Carolina. The death of Rev. J.D. Hufham, D.D., carries deep regret to thousands who had been blessed by his ministry and cheered by his friendship. He was long known as "the Baptist Bishop of North Carolina" because he possessed those qualities of primacy which other churches associate with their greatest religious leaders. But he was democratic in all his ways, and believed in no honors among men in the ministry. The only honor he sought was to serve his fellowmen, to see his people and State go forward in all those ways which made for happiness and righteousness. For fifty years Dr. Hufham was a commanding figure in the life of North Carolina. For a large part of that time he was so resourceful in leadership that more than any other one man he was the leader of the Baptist hosts in North Carolina. Slight of frame, never robust, with enforced conservation of strength, he was abundant in his labors, travelling and preaching all over the State, carrying a gospel of cheer and hope wherever he journeyed or tarried. But he was more than the recognized leader of a militant church. He incarnated the North Carolina spirit as, perhaps, no other man of his generation. He knew the history, the spiritual aspirations, the prejudices of the people. Every people have inherent prejudices as well as inherent virtues. It is the wise leader who recgonizes their existence and seeks to lift them out of those which do not contribute to their highest interest. Moreover, the real leader of a people must himself partake in a measure of the strength and weakness of his people. Vance, our first citizen, as a statesman shared the North Carolina point of view with the humblest upstanding mountaineer. It was because of this as he went forward he could carry his people with him. As a religious guide Dr. Hufham was of the warp and woof of the people of Sampson and Duplin. What they loved, he loved. What they hated, he would have hated but for the religion and kindness of heart which left no room for hate. But he had their point of view and held to it in religious and political life. (Note- Zebulon T. Vance, born at Reems Creek, NC, was known as the "War Governor of North Carolina" and lauded for his statesmanship during and after the Civil War. As the article goes on to tell, JDH knew Vance, but it is also that Robert S. Gage was also at least an acquaintance of his, and at most, a friend. Robert S. Gage was very near Vance in age, and attended school and taught on Reems Creek.-CW) Of Lord Palmerston, thr English writer, Richard Grant White said: "He was John Bull incarnate, possessing his prejudices as well as his loves and sturdy character." Could not that have been truly said of Vance and Hufham? They were friends—Vance and Hufham—in the days of the sixties and seventies when it called for heroic souls to lead this people out of despair and being despoiled into hope and into justice. Did either of them love the carpet bag regime which cursed the State and against which they fought and prayed? No, but Vance defeated them. Hufham held up his hands while he fought and prayed for them afterwards. There are preachers who are a part of their flock, sharing with them civic and religious duties. Dr. Hufham was of that type. Others are aloof and rarely win the love of the people. Every joy or sorrow in the family of those to whom he ministered touched his loving heart. He was with them, too, when as citizens they were forced to take the whip-cords and drive evil men out of the temple of civil justice which they had polluted. He felt deeply every wrong that touched his State. No man loved it more. Seldom could he be persuaded to leave it, and never except to attend a church convention. Once, while attending a Baptist convention in Washington City, he became slightly ill. Though he had only been there one day, he packed his bags and started for home. Persuaded by his host to remain, he said he could not, that he might die and Washington was too far from heaven. "When I start for the Better Land," he said with that delightful twinkle in his eye, which won all hearts, "I wish to step off from North Carolina which, I am persuaded, is nearer to heaven than any other part of God's footstool." Some men are almost a part of the soil where they were born. They love it with the passion of a love for a living being. Dr. Hufham's (word missing) for the State of his birth was something rare and deep, its roots going down into his very soul. There are great men who would be equally at home in Kenansville and New York. Dr. Hufham would have been a stranger outside of North Carolina. Its trials, its triumphs, its hopes, its soul was a part of his make-up. He would have existed and blessed others in any place. But heneeded the breath of his own pines and the touch of love of his own friends to make him do his best, or to make him really at home. Dr. Hufham was the most versatile minister of his day. As an evangelist he had a grace which won hearts and reached the holiest place in any man's soul. People literally hung on his words. In weakness of the flesh, he would preach night after night to conogregations that learned from him the way of life. And then, when strength had passed away from him, he was forced to rest until he could start again on his revivial tours. He preached in all parts of the State, but in the years of his greatest leadership Raleigh and Scotland Neck were the centers of his activities, and he is to be buried at Scotland Neck where he was long the great figure, beloved of all, and leading the people of that section into larger life. He was at one time editor of the Biblical Recorder, and his perfect English made him a leader among journalists. He was an able parliamentarian. In church and other gatherings he was a master debater. He combined pathos and humor and logic. He led in the educational growth of the schools of his denomination in days of a poor equipment and little endowment. The larger growth and greater usefulness of Wake Forest and Meredith and other Baptist schools owe much to his faith and vision and leadership. Even after old age and failing health forbade his active service his greatest happiness was to attend the meetings of the board of trustees of Wake Forest, of which he was the oldest member. He lived long and lived well. Full of years and honored with the affection of a grateful people, he leaves behind him a State richer and better in all good things because of his life and his leadership. 
Hufham, Reverend James Dunn (I6213)
 
137
On 1861 census as dressmaker

1871 Laundress 
Day, Mary (I1209)
 
138
On 1861 census living with parents

Cannot find on 1871 census

On 1881 census lodging at Ronpell street Labeth Commercial traveller

On 1891 census Manager of sand blast glass works Antill Road Tottenham 
Baldock, Benjamin H (I19253)
 
139
On 1861 census living with parents

On 1871 census living with mother

On 1881 census lodging at Ronpell st Telegraphist

Cannot find on 1891 1901 1911 census 
Baldock, William W (I19254)
 
140
On 1871 census living with parents

not with parents by 1891 
Hougham, Annie Louisa (I1515)
 
141
On 1871 census living with parents

On 1881 census living with mother

Mantle Maker 
Hougham, Sarah E (I8192)
 
142
On 1871 census living with parents

On 1881 census living with mother

on 1891 census of St Leonards Street Bromley Wharfman

On 1901 census gen labourer of St Leonards street Bromley

On 1911 census slate worker of 58 St Leonards St Poplar 
Baldock, William E (I8065)
 
143
on 1881 census living with parents

on 1891 census living with parents
On 1901 census an Ernest is a furnishing Assistant in West Ham, another is a plasters labourer with family at Portswood Hampshire, both these Ernests are on 1911 census 
Phillips, Ernest (I18791)
 
144
On 1891 census living with parents

On 1901 census living with parents


on 1911 census living with parents grocery and drapery clerk 
Baldock, Elizabeth (I19236)
 
145
on 1891 census living with parents


Bricklayer 
Prestedge, William (I20012)
 
146
on 1891 census living with parents


On 1901 Census living with mother

A Fred Hougham born 1887 is listed as a carpenter in the RAF in 1915

Since my last email I have found written information of my mother's that Frederick Hougham was a corporal based at St Omer. St Omer was at the centre of RFC operations in France during the Great War. The fact that he was a corporal perhaps maybe explained by the fact that the RFC did not become RAF until 1918, and army ranks were used for personnel, unless they had brand new roles, like pilots. Jean-Rene Skoczylas

Cabinet Maker

on 1911 census a cabinet maker living with mother

on 1939 register Railway coach and Motor car body finisher (Woodwork) Incapacitated of 137 Horndon Lane Marston Green

left £9698 4s 8d 
Hougham, Frederick (I1049)
 
147
On 1891 census living with parents

On 1891 census living with mother Assistant in wine and spirit shop 
Bailey, Amos (I19642)
 
148
On 1891 census, living with parents in Wigston Magna



on 1901 Census as of Wigston Magna living with parents


Military service records available ask via Hougham-Huffam.org

Hougham, Percy J
Rank : Corporal

Army Number : 7633

Unit : 2nd Bn

Biography :

Home address given as Wigston. Percy Hougham enlisted at Leicester. Played Rugby (as Lance Corporal) for the 2nd Bn in 1908-09. His pre-war service included India. He made 3 appearances for Leicester FC's 1st XV in 1914. Later served in World War One. Posted to 'D' Company 2nd Bn from 31st Reinforcements on 20.10.1915. Promoted to Corporal 2.1.1916. Died of wounds in Mesopotamia 8.1.1916, aged about 26 years. He is commemorated on Basra Memorial, Iraq.

Date of Birth : c1890

Place of Birth : Wigston, Leicestershire

Date of Death : 8.1.1916

Place of Death : Mesopotamia

Period of Service : 1908-16

Conflicts : WW1

Places Served : India, France, Egypt, Mesopotamia


In the military at 1911 census
Extract of War Graves Commission web site

PERCY HOUGHAM
Corporal
7633
2nd Bn., Leicestershire Regiment
who died on
Saturday, 8th January 1916.

Commemorative Information
Memorial: BASRA MEMORIAL, Iraq
Grave Reference/
Panel Number: Panel 12

Location: The Basra Memorial was originally sited within Basra War Cemetery but in 1997 the Memorial was moved by presidential decree. The move, carried out by the authorities in Iraq, involved a considerable amount of manpower, transport costs and sheer engineering on their part, and the Memorial has been re-erected in its entirety. The Basra Memorial is now located 32 kilometres along the road to Nasiriyah, in the middle of what was a major battleground during the Gulf War. The Memorial consists of a roofed colonnade of white Indian stone, 80 metres long, with an obelisk 16 metres high as the central feature. The names are engraved on slate panels fixed to the wall behind the columns. More than 40,000 British, Indian and West African dead who died in the operations in Mesopotamia from the Autumn of 1914 to the end of August 1921, are commemorated on the Memorial. 
Hougham, Percival John (I5585)
 
149
On 1891 census, living with parents in Wigston Magna


on 1901 census as navvy living with cousin in Hope street Myrtle place in Birmingham

On 1911 census a general labourer of Bullhead Street Wigston Magna 
Hougham, Stanley (I8210)
 
150
On 1891 census, living with parents in Wigston Magna


On 1901 census as shoe fitter of Wigston Magna.living with parents

Is this the Maud who married a Tonks in 1926?

cannot find in 1911 census 
Hougham, Maud Beatrice R (I10591)
 

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