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Emily Barnard (1854)

Emily Barnard
Born in St Pancras, Middlesex, England, United Kingdommap
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[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 7 Jun 2018
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Biography

Emily was born in 1854 the daughter of Vernon Barnard and Editha Jane (Leighton) Barnard in St Pancras, Middlesex.[1]

1861 Census on the 7th April 1861 Emily was living in Cambridge Terrace, Islington, Middlesex with her parents Vernor and Editha and her siblings Eliza and Edward. They were living next door to Vernor's aunt Charlotte (Barnard) Buchanan.[2]

1871 Census on the 2nd April 1871 Emily was living in 175 Offord Road, Islington, Middlesex with her father Vernor and his second wife Anne and children from Vernor's first marriage Eliza and Edward, and Anne and Vernor's children Grosvenor, Caroline and Editha.[3]

1881 Census on the 3rd April 1881 Emily a governess, was living at 137 Offord Road, Islington, Middlesex with her father Vernor and his second wife Anne and Emily's brother Edward, and Anne and Vernor's children Grosvenor, Caroline, Editha, Thomas, Sydney, Anne and Ellen.[4]

1891 Census on the 5th April 1891 Emily a music teacher, was living at 31 St Pauls Road, Islington, Middlesex with her widowed brother-in-law Alexander, and his children Annie, Harry, Ernest, Editha and Allan. Alexander's sister Jane Blaikley was also living there.[5]

1901 Census on the 31st March 1901 Emily a Professor of Music, was living at 10 Highbury Hill, Islington, Middlesex with her widowed brother-in-law Alexander, and his children Annie, Harry, Ernest, Editha and Allan. Alexander's sister Jane Blaikley was also living there.[6]

1911 Census on the 2nd April 1911 Emily a pianoforte teacher, was living at Ardwell, Nether Street, Finchley, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom with her widowed brother-in-law Alexander, and his children Annie, Harry, Ernest, Editha. Also living there were servants Elizabeth Pegrum (55) born in Nazeing, Essex and Laura Olive Fisher (20) born in Old Buckenham, Norfolk. See the Links to the Sandemanian Church below.[7]

Residence

(7.4.1861) 6 Cambridge Terrace, Islington, Middlesex
(2.4.1871) 175 Offord Road, Islington, Middlesex
(3.4.1881) 137 Offord Road, Islington, Middlesex
(5.4.1891) 31 St. Pauls Road, Islington, London
(31.3.1901) 10 Highbury Hilll, Islington, London
(2.4.1911) Ardwell, Nether Street, Finchley, Middlesex

Occupation

Governess (3.4.1881)
Music teacher (5.4.1891)
Professor of Music (31.3.1901)
Pianoforte teacher (2.4.1911)

Sources

  1. England & Wales General Register Office, GRO Online Index Births. Name: BARNARD, EMILY, Mother's maiden name: LEIGHTON, GRO Reference: 1854 D Quarter in SAINT PANCRAS Volume 01B Page 132 GRO
  2. England and Wales Census, 1861 FamilySearch
  3. England and Wales Census, 1871 FamilySearch.
  4. 1881 Census Ancestry
  5. England and Wales Census, 1891 FamilySearch
  6. England and Wales Census, 1901 FamilySearch
  7. England and Wales Census, 1911 FamilySearch


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