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Winifred Elizabeth Hutchings (1885 - 1935)

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Winifred Elizabeth Hutchings
Born in 87 Seaside Road, Eastbourne, Sussexmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 8 Feb 1902 in Derby register officemap
Died in 67 Scott Street, Derbymap
Profile last modified 21 Jun 2018 | Created 15 Jul 2017
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Biography

Born 30 APR 1885. 87 Seaside Road, Eastbourne, Sussex. [1] Note: Certificate details:Father: Alexander Morris HutchingsMother: Juliana Hutchings, formerly ParsonsFather's occupation: DraperInformant: Father, address same as place of birth.

Died 12 JUN 1935. 67 Scott Street, Derby. Age: 50. [2] Note: Y. DESCRIPTION Y. Note: Certificate details:Age: 51Occupation: Wife of James Hobby, borough council omnibus inspectorCause of death: Carcinoma of lungInformant: Husband, address same as place of death.

Census: 2 APR 1911. 28. Northumberland Street, Derby, Derbyshire, England. Parish:DerbySeries:RG14 Registration district:Derby, DerbyPiece:20940 County:DerbyshireEnum. District:69 Country:EnglandFamily:40 Date:1911-04-02Line:2 See household members<a id='household'><a>HouseholdRelation to head; Name; AgeHead; <a href="https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10446/1911-england-wales-census?s=190923521&itemId=21124889-&groupId=23da45b934d54054901a54d26a3236aa&action=showRecord">James Hobby</a>; 34Wife; <a href="https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10446/1911-england-wales-census?s=190923521&itemId=21124890-&groupId=23da45b934d54054901a54d26a3236aa&action=showRecord">Winifred Hobby</a>; 27Son; <a href="https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10446/1911-england-wales-census?s=190923521&itemId=21124891-&groupId=23da45b934d54054901a54d26a3236aa&action=showRecord">Sydney Charles Hobby</a>; 4Son; <a href="https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10446/1911-england-wales-census?s=190923521&itemId=21124892-&groupId=23da45b934d54054901a54d26a3236aa&action=showRecord">Cyril Hobby</a>; 2Visitor; <a href="https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10446/1911-england-wales-census?s=190923521&itemId=21124893-&groupId=23da45b934d54054901a54d26a3236aa&action=showRecord">John Albert Randall</a>; 30Boarder; <a href="https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10446/1911-england-wales-census?s=190923521&itemId=21124894-&groupId=23da45b934d54054901a54d26a3236aa&action=showRecord">Alexander Morris Hutchings<a>; 22 Certainty: 4.

Marriage Husband James Hobby. Wife Winifred Elizabeth Hutchings. Child: James Maurice Hobby. Child: Florence Beatrice Hobby. Child: Lilian Gertrude Mabel Hobby. Child: Sydney Charles Hobby. Child: Hilda Pynegar. Child: Cyril Hobby. Child: @I25@. Child: @I28@. Child: @I30@. Child: @I300@. Marriage 8 FEB 1902. Derby register office. [3] Note: Certificate details:Husband's condition: BachelorHusband's profession: FootmanHusband's residence: 14 Leacroft Road, DerbyHusband's father: James Hobby decdHusband's father's profession: Bank messengerWife's condition: SpinsterWife's profession: -Wife's residence: 14 Leacroft Road, DerbyWife's father: Alexander Morris HutchingsWife's father's profession: Teacher of musicWitnesses: A M Hutchings, Ellen Jenkinson.

Husband Alexander Morris Hutchings. Wife Julia Anna Parsons. Child: Winifred Elizabeth Hutchings. Child: Frances Gertrude Hutchings. Child: Alexander Morris Hutchings. Child: Leonard George Hutchings. Marriage 23 DEC 1883. Parish church, St Mary's, Hoxton, Middlesex. [4] Note: Certificate details:Husband's age: FullHusband's condition: BachelorHusband's profession: DraperHusband's residence: EastbourneHusband's father: Nathaniel HutchingsHusband's father's profession: FarmerWife's age: FullWife's condition: SpinsterWife's profession: -Wife's residence: Windsor Terrace, City Road, LondonWife's father: Meshack ParsonsWife's father's profession: BuilderWitnesses: Elias Legg, Agnes Maidment.

Sources

  1. Source: #S1 Index entry: Jun 1885, Eastbourne, vol 2b, page 86 Index entry: Jun 1885, Eastbourne, vol 2b, page 86 Certainty: 0
  2. Source: #S3 Index entry: Jun 1935, Derby, vol 7b, page 658 Index entry: Jun 1935, Derby, vol 7b, page 658 Certainty: 0
  3. Source: #S2 Index entry: Mar 1902, Derby, vol 7b, page 901 Index entry: Mar 1902, Derby, vol 7b, page 901 Certainty: 0
  4. Source: #S2 Index entry: Dec 1883, Shoreditch, vol 1c, page 260 Index entry: Dec 1883, Shoreditch, vol 1c, page 260 Certainty: 0
  • Source: S1 Birth certificate
  • Source: S3 Death certificate
  • Source: S500014 England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 Publication: MyHeritage Media: 30042 Collection
  • Source: S500030 Geni World Family Tree Publication: MyHeritage The Geni World Family Tree is found on www.Geni.com. Geni is owned and operated by MyHeritage. Media: 40000 Collection
  • Source: S500037 1911 England & Wales Census Publication: MyHeritage What is in the 1911 census?In common with the censuses that preceded it, it recorded the following information:- Where an individual lived- Their age at the time of the census- Who (what relatives) they were living with- Their place of birth- Occupation- Details of any guests on the night of the census- Details of any servants they hadAlso, depending on an individual's circumstances, additional information could include:- Whether they were an employee or employer- Precise details of the industry or service they worked in- Details of nationality- Duration of their current marriage- Number of children born to that marriage- Number of children still living, and the number who had died- Details of any illnesses or conditions each family member had, and the date these beganFertility in marriageand occupational dataIn response to government concerns the 1911 census also asked additional, more specific questions to each household, about fertility in marriage and occupational data.The 1911 census and the suffragettesFrustrated with the government's refusal to grant women the vote, a large number of women boycotted the 1911 census by refusing to be counted. There were two forms of protest.In the first, the women (or their husbands) refused to fill in the form, often recording their protest on the household schedule. In the second, women evaded the census by staying away from their home for the whole night, and so did not lodge their protest on the household schedule. In both cases, any details relating to individual women in the households will be missing from the census. For the family historian, a refusal to fill in the form (accompanied by a protest statement) at least registers the presence of a woman, or women, in the household. But the women who evaded the count by leaving their home for the night are entirely untraceable via the census. The exact number of women who boycotted the census is not known, though some people have estimated that it may be as many as several thousand.DC Thomson Family History service provided to MyHeritage members by agreement with The National Archives, London. Media: 10446 Collection


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