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In Memory Of
LAVINIA EATLY
[1874 - 1910]

Lavinia EATLY was born in the last quarter of  1874 in Ossett cum Gawthorpe, Yorkshire. The second daughter and youngest child of Charles EATLY [1840 - 1879] and Sophia [1841 - 1921]

She appears in the 1881 census of 3rd April  as a six year old scholar living with her widowed mother and brothers Charles and John and sister Rosetta at Crown Street, Ossett, Yorkshire..

The census of 5th April 1891 shows Lavinia aged  16, a woollen rag  sorter, living with the family at Storrs Hill Road, Ossett.

Lavinia married Albert NORTH in the third quarter of  1899.

She appears in the 1901 census of 31st March  living at Scotts Hill Road, Ossett. Yorkshire with her husband Albert NORTH, her 4 month daughter Nellie and her widowed mother the 62 year old Sophia.

Lavinia EATLY died in the second quarter of 1910 aged 35.

Birth Reference:. GRO Dec 1874 Dewsbury Volume 9b Page 742
Baptism Reference:  
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Marriage Reference  ~  
Death Reference:  GRO Jun 1910  Dewsbury Volume 9b Page 390
Burial Reference:  ~
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 21Aug16


In Memory Of
LETITIA ANN M
[1879 - 1881]

Letitia Ann M EATLY was born in in the last quarter of 1879 in Chelsea, London. The daughter of Henry Charles EATLY [1853 - 1910] and Lettia Ann WHITLOCK [1858 - 1938]

Baby Lettia appears aged 18 months old in the 1881 census of 3rd April, living with her parents and elder brother Henry Charles at 14 Seaton Street, Chelsea, London.

Lettia Ann died in the last quarter of 1881 aged 2.

Birth Reference:. GRO Dec 1879 Chelsea Volume 1a Page 308
Baptism Reference:  
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Marriage Reference  ~  
Death Reference:  GRO Dec 1881 Chelsea Volume 1a Page 193
Burial Reference:  ~
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 21Aug16


In Memory Of
LILIAN ANNIE HATCHETT EATLY
[1899 - 1990]

Lilian Annie Hatchett EATLY was born 23rd September  1899 in Fulham, London and baptised on 29th October at the parish church of St Dionis Fulham, the daughter of Charles Ernest EATLY [1867 - 1956] and Ann HATCHETT [1868 -1938].

Lilian appears in the 31st March 1901 census as a 1 year old living with her parents and brother William Charles at Wellingborough Road, Wellingborough. Northamptonshire.

In the census of 2nd April 1911,  Lillian A H  is an 11 year old school girl  living with her parents and her brother William Charles,  at 8 Manton Rd, Irthlingborough Northamptonshire.

Lilian married Albert E BENNETT in Wellingborough in the last quarter of  1924.

Lilian and Albert had at least three children

Mavis Annie BENNETT [1925 - 2005]
Son [1928 -    ]
Daughter [1928 -    ]

In the wartime National Register of 26th September 1939 Lilian Annie H BENNETT a shop machinist, and her daughter Mavis A BENNETT born 28 November 1925. is living with her father Charles Ernest EATLY, an electrical and general engineerat 8 Manton Road Irthlingborough Urban .District, Northamptonshire, England.

Lilian Annie H died in the July quarter of 1990 in Wellingborough aged 91.

Birth Reference:. GRO Dec 1899  Fulham Volume 1a Page 270
Baptism Reference:  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Dionis, Parsons Green, Register of baptisms, P77/DIO/A/01, Item 002
Marriage Reference  GRO Sep 1924 Wellingborough Volume  3b Page 348a
Death Reference:  GRO July 1990
Wellingborough Volume 7 Page 2492
Burial Reference:  ~
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 21Aug16


In Memory Of
LLOYD EATLEY:

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The Record in the 1920 U.S. Federal Census shows Lloyd as born in England in 1889 (there is no record of his birth in the UK records).

In the 1920 census he is living in Chicago, Cooke County, Illinois. Race described as 'white'.


In Memory Of
LOUISA ELIZABETH EATLY [1899 - 1899]

Louisa Elizabeth EATLY was born in Fulham, London in the last quarter  of 1899 the daughter of   Benjamin Francis EATLY  [1873 - 1954] and Isabel Louisa BROWNING [1872 - 1957].  

Little Louisa sadly died soon after she was born.

Birth Reference:. GRO Dec 1899  Fulham Volume 1a Page 267
Death Reference:  GRO Dec 1899  Chelsea Volume 1a Page
286

Update 12th Oct 2010


LOUISE MARY PLIMPTON [1871 - 1954]

Louise Mary Plimpton EATLY  was born on 13th February 1871 at  14 Flood Street, Chelsea, London, England  and baptised on 19th March  1871 at the parish  church of St Luke, Chelsea,    the daughter of Benjamin EATLY [1830 - 1908] a bricklayer and Sophia BALL [1828 - 1894].

Louise is listed as a one month old baby in the 1871 Census, living with her parents at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea.

In 1881 she appears in the Census of that year with her parents at 5, Milmans Street, Chelsea, a 10 year old scholar.

The Census of 1891 shows her a 20 year old dressmaker still with her parents at 5, Milmans Street.

Louise Mary Plimpton EATLY aged 29 spinster of 23 Parthenia Road, Fulham, London the daughter of Benjamin EATLY builder married Charles Ernest PARAGREEN [1876 - 1962] aged 24 bachelor, organist, of 9 Candahar Road, Battersea, London the son of James Francis PARAGREEN baker on 24th September 1900 at the parish church of St Dionis, Parsons Green.

Louise Mary and Charles Ernest appear to have had no children.

Louise Mary Plimpton EATLY died in the second quarter of 1954 in Chelsea aged 83.

Charles Ernest PARAGREEN died in the second quarter of 1962 at Dover, Kent aged 86


Birth Reference:. GRO Mar 1871 Chelsea Volume 1a Page 268
Baptism Reference:  ~
Marriage Reference  GRO Sep 1900 Fulham Volume  1a Page 514  &  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Dionis, Parsons Green, Register of marriages, P77/DIO/A/02, Item 002
Death Reference:  GRO Jun 1954
Chelsea Volume 5c Page 248
Burial Reference:  ~
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 12th Oct 2010


LYNN EATLEY:

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MABEL ALICE [1894 - 1977]

Mabel Alice EATLY was born on 25th March 1894 at 8 Irene Road, Fulham, London and baptised at the parish church of St Dionis, Fulham on 6th May 1894, the second child of Albert Edward EATLY [1865 - 1956] and Minnie Watson HOWLETT [1867 - 1930].

In the 31st March 1901 census Mabel Alice is a 7 year old child living with her parents and siblings William Edward, Ella Minnie and Olive Muriel at 18 Parthenia Road, Fulham, London.

Mabel Alice married Percy M. JOHNSON in the second quarter of 1922 at Fulham, London.

Mabel and Percy had at least one child

Daughter [1935 -    ]

Mabel Alice EATLY died in the second quarter of 1977 in Sutton, Surrey aged 83.

Birth Reference:. GRO Jun 1894 Fulham   Volume 1a Page 268
Baptism Reference:  
London Metropolitan Archives, All Saints, Fulham, Composite register:
Marriage Reference  GRO Jun 1922Fulham Volume  1a Page 697
Death Reference:  GRO Jun 1977 Sutton Volume 15 Page 0690
Burial Reference:  ~
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 12th Oct 2010


MADELYN EATLEY.:

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MARTHA  EATLEY [1819-1819]

Martha EATLY was born at Leigh, Gloucestershire, England in 1819, the daughter of  Epaphroditus EATLY,  [1768-1850] a mason, and Sarah PREEN [1791 - 1871].

Martha was baptised in the Parish  Church at  Leigh on 29 June 1819.

Martha died in 1819 and was buried in Leigh churchyard on 22nd November 1819.



Baptism Record: Baptism Register of Leigh 1819 Record No. 44
Burial Record: Burial Register of Leigh  1819 Record  No. 48


MARTHA [1844 - 1848]

Martha EATLY was  born in  26th March 1844 at Milman Row,  Chelsea, London and was baptised on the same day at the parish church of  St Luke, Chelsea, London the  daughter  of Benjamin EATLY [1795 - 1859]   and  Eliza HOLLIER [1804 - 1878] and twin sister of  Emma [1844 - ].

Little Martha died at the age of  4 years six months in the last quarter of  1848 and was buried  on 4th  December 1848 in  the church yard of  the parish church of St Luke, Chelsea     [Grave 51: Row 22] 

Birth Reference:. ~   GRO Jun 1844 Chelsea  Volume 3 Page 4 Baptism Reference: ~:
Marriage Reference ~
Death Reference:  ~
GRO Dec 1848 Chelsea  Volume 3 Page 49 Burial Reference:  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Chelsea, Grave Register, P74/LUK, Item 279, p74/luk/279. Cause of Death:  ~


MARY EATLY [circa 1700]

Mary EATLEY married Nicholas MOSLEY, a cordwainer on 26th May 1723 at the Parish Church at the Parish Church of St Dunstan, Stepney, London, England.

Reference: The Registers of  St Dunstan.

Updated: 6th July 2014


MARY EATLEY [circa 1730]

Mary EATLEY married John RIPLEY on 25th December 1752 at the Parish Church of Kikby Moorside, North Riding of Yorkshire, England. 

Reference: The Registers of Kirkby Moorside. 

Updated: 6th July 2014


MARY EATLEY [circa 1783]

Mary EATLEY married John MULLINGTON at the Parish Church of St Giles Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffordshire, England on 11th April 1803. 

Reference: Newcastle-under-Lyne, Staffordshire, England; Collection: St Giles; -; Date Range: 1754 - 1837; Film Number: 1040775. 

Updated: 6th July 2014




MARY  [circa 1790]

Mary EATLY was a resident of Ashleworth, Gloucestershire, the daughter of Epaphroditus EATLY [1768 - 1850]  and Ann POWER

Mary died in  1790 in Ashleworth  and was buried there on 28th October 1790.

Birth Reference:. ~
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Marriage Reference ~
Death Reference:  ~
Burial Reference:  National Burial Index
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 12th Oct 2010


MARY [1840 - 1880]

Mary EATLY was born on 2nd June  1840 at 1 Camera Street, Chelsea, London, England and baptised in the parish church of St Luke Chelsea on 5th July 1840  the daughter of Benjamin EATLY [1795 - 1859]   and Eliza HOLLIER [1804 - 1878]

The census of 7th June 1841  shows 11 month old Mary living at  The Globe, Public House, Millman Street, Chelsea  where her father is the licensee.

On 30 March 1851 the census shows the family back in Camera Street  at  No 8  and  Benjamin has returned to bricklaying.

The census of 7th April 1861 shows Mary living with her widowed mother,  her brother John Hollier and sister Emma at 1 Jubilee Place, Chelsea.

On 2nd April 1871 the census shows 29 year old Mary,  her mother Eliza  and brother John Hollier  at 132 Lavender Road, Battersea, London.

Mary EATLY died  on 28th March 1880 at 22 Colestown Street, Battersea, London aged 40

EATLY Mary 24th April 1880 Administration of the Personal Estate of Mary EATLY late of 28 Colestown Street Battersea in the County of Surrey Spinster who died 28 March 1880 at 22 Colestown Street was granted at the Principal Registry to Benjamin EATLY of 14 Flood Street, Chelsea in the county of Middlesex Builder the Brother and one of the Next of Kin. Estate under 1000 [48,310.00  in 2010]  *

Birth Reference:. ~GRO Jun 1840 Kensington  Volume 3 Page 224
Baptism Reference: IGI C067054  &  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Chelsea, Rough day book of baptisms, P74/LUK, Item 197
Marriage Reference ~
Death Reference:  GRO Mar 1880 Wandsworth Volume 1d Page 534
Burial Reference: 
Cause of Death:  ~

*Principal Probate Registry. Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England.

Update 12th Oct 2010


MARY ANN EATLEY [1794 - 1794]

Mary Ann EATLEY was born on 21st October 1794  in Brick Lane, Spitalfields, Middlesex.

Mary Ann died in the following December  and was buried on 28th December in the churchyard of the parish church of   Christ Church, Spitalfields.

Burial Reference: London Metropolitan Archives, Christ Church, Spitalfields, Register of burials, P93/CTC1, Item 045

Update 6th July 2014


MARY ANNA: [1893 -    ]

Mary Anna EATLY was baptised 9th July 1893 at Fairville, New Brunswick, Canada, the Daughter of George EATLY and Susan.

Birth Reference:. ~
Baptism Reference: ~Acadia French Catholic Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1670-1946
Marriage Reference ~
Death Reference:  ~
Burial Reference:  ~
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 12th Oct 2010


MATTHEW EATLY [circa 1696]

Mathew EATLY lived in Maryland [now USA] in 1696.

He is mentioned  in the record of the Prerogative Court of Maryland for 7th October 1696 in connection with the estate of one Humphrey WARREN together with Nathaniel EATLY.

Reference: Abstracts of Inventories and Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland 1688-1698 Libers 12,13A, 13B, 14, 15. Volume 4 compiled by V. L. Skinner Jr.


Update 12th Oct 2010


MATTHEW EATLEY [1804 - 1871]

Matthew EATLEY was born on 2nd August 1804 at  Greenwich, Kent. and was baptised on 4th September 1805 at the parish church of  St Alphege  Greenwich,  the son of EPAPHRODITUS [1768 - 1850]/Ephraim EATLEY, a labourer, and Susannah.

Matthew married Mary NEWMAN on 28 October 1826 at the parish church of St Mary, Hanley Castle, Worcestershire, England.

Matthew & Mary Newman had at least two children

John   [1830 - 1863]
Sarah    [1832 - 1854]

Matthew  married Mary BARRETT [1811 - 1864] on 3 September 1837 at the church of St Alban, Worcester, Worcestershire.

Matthew and Mary BARRETT  had at least five children

Herbert    [1832 - 1853]
Charles    [1840 - 1879]
Emily    [1842 -    ]
Richard   [1844 - 1907]
Walter Benjamin [1851 - 1879]

In the census of 7th June 1841  Matthew, a bricklayer's labourer, Mary a laundress and the children John, Sarah, Herbert & Charles are  living at Malvern Chase, Great Malvern, Worcestershire.

On 30th March 1851  Matthew, a bricklayer, Mary a laundress and  Herbert, Charles, Emily, & Richard are still at Malvern chase.   John had married and left home in 1851   and Sarah had died in 1854.

The census of 7th April 1861 shows the family living in a cottage in Great Malvern,  Matthew a bricklayer and Mary a laundress, the children   Emily, Richard,  Walter  and .  John who's wife had died in 1859.

On 2nd April 1871  Matthew a 67 year old widower is boarding in a private house in Sandridge, St Albans, Hertfordshire.

Matthew cannot be found in the 1881 or subsequent  census,  and presumably died  between  2nd April 1871 &  3rd April 1881 and may be the Matthew HEATLY  whose death  at the age of  67 is recorded in the second Quarter of 1871  at St Albans

Birth Reference:. Baptism
Baptism Reference:    London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Alfege, Greenwich, Register of baptisms, P78/ALF, Item 004
Marriage Reference  1:  IGI Batch M 042163
Marriage Reference  2: IGI Batch M 013791  &  GRO Sep 1837 Worcester  Volume   18  Page 453
Death Reference:  ~
Burial Reference:  ~
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 12th Oct 2010


MICHAEL NAPOLEON BONAPARTE

Michael Napoleon Bonaparte EATLY was born 26th April 1825 at  7, Green Arbour Court, Finsbury London  and baptised on 17 July 1825 at St Luke, Old Street, Finsbury, London   the son of Richard EATLY [1788 - 1837] and  Sarah  HOLLAND [1790 - 1862] 

Michael was baptised a second time  at St Giles, Cripplegate, London  on 31st July 1825,   Richard & Sarah are at that time living  in Golden Lane, Finsbury.

Michael died in October 1826  and was buried at Bunhill Fields, City of London  on 30 October 1826  aged 1 year 6 months   

Birth Reference:. Baptism
Baptism Reference:   
1. London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Old Street, Register of baptisms, P76/LUK, Item 012 & IGI C020693
Baptism Reference:  
2. Board of Guardian Records, 1834-1906 and Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1906. London Metropolitan Archives  & IGI C025782
Burial Reference: 
National Burial Index

Update 12th Oct 2010


In Memory Of  
MICHAEL HENRY
[1934 - 1989]

Michael Henry EATLY was born 29 September 1934 at Hendon, Middlesex,  the son of Ronald Douglas  EATLY [1902 -1971]  and Francis A. SUCKLING [1903 -1988]

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939, 5 year old Michael Henry is living with his parents Ronald D EATLY  a  Commercial Traveller Radio & Television, and Frances A  EATLY, a housewife  at  42 Middleton Drive Ruislip-Northwood U.D, Middlesex, England.*

Michael Henry married  at Thurrock, Essex in 1958.

Michael Henry EATLY of White Cot, 20 Park Lane, Heywood, Westbury, Wiltshire on 24th September 1989. Probate not exceeding 100,000.**

Birth Reference:. GRO Dec 1934 Hendon Volume 3a Page 707
Baptism Reference:    ~
Marriage Reference  :   GRO Mar 1958 Thurrock Volume 4a Page 2000
Death Reference:  GRO Sep 1989 Bath Volume 22 Page 66
Burial Reference:  ~
Cause of Death:  ~ 

*Ref: RG101/0869B/003/18
**Principal Probate Registry. Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England. London, England

Update 10Aug16


MINNIE ANDREWS: [1867 - 1957]

Born in the third quarter  of  1867 in Mile End Old Town, London and baptised on 20 December  1874 at the parish church of Christ Church, Watney Street, Shadwell, the daughter of Richard EATLY [1844 - 1907], a bricklayer,  and Lucinda ANDREWS  [1845 - 1882] of  50 New Street, Mile End Old Town, London.

The census of 2nd April 1871 shows 4 year old Minnie and her parents still  at  50 New Street.

On 3rd April 1881 the census shows the family  at  113 Jamaica Street, Mile End.   15 year old Minnie is no doubt helping her mother with  baby Alfred Edward who is six months old. 

Minnie Andrew EATLY aged 20 a spinster of Kilburn Middlesex the daughter of Richard EATLY, bricklayer  married Alfred DAVIS bachelor, oilman, of Kilburn the son of Alfred DAVIS   on 25th December 1887 in the parish church of Christchurch, Brondesbury, Kilburn in the presence of Richard EATLY and Annie DAVIS..

Minnie and Alfred had at least four children

Bertie   [1889 -    ]
Lilian    [1890 -    ]
Rose    [1892  -    ]
Ernest  [1895 -    ]

On 5th April 1891 the census shows Minnie and Alfred  with 2year old Bertie and six months old Lilian  at 16 Ilbert Street, Chelsea, London.

The 1901 census of 31st March shows the whole family still at  16 Ilbert Street.

Minnie Andrews EATLY died in the last quarter of 1957  at Paddington, London aged  87 years.

Birth Reference:. GRO Sep 1867 Whitechapel Volume 1c Page 374
Baptism Reference:    London Metropolitan Archives, Christ Church, Watney Street, Register of baptisms, P93/CTC2, Item 008
Marriage Reference  :   GRO Dec 1887 Hendon Volume 3a Page 207
Death Reference:  GRO Dec 1957 Paddington Volume  5d Page 201
Burial Reference:   ~
Cause of Death:  ~

Update 12th Oct 2010



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NANCY [1820 - 1893]

Nancy EATLY was born 1st July 1820 at Adam & Eve Court, Old Street, London    and  christened 15 October 1820 at St. Luke's, Old Street, Finsbury, London, the daughter of Richard EATLY [1790 - 1837] a bricklayer  and Sarah HOLLAND [1790 - 1862]    

In the 1841  Census of 7th June ,  Nancy, a 20 year old servant,  is living  at   Banks Court, St Luke. Middlesex,  with her widowed mother  and her siblings Sarah [25]  a  cotton winder, Richard [25] a Compositor, Elizabeth [15]   a cotton winder &  Epaphroditus  aged 10.

Nancy EATLY a spinster of full age  of Chatham Gardens, Hoxton the daughter of  Richard EATLY, a  bricklayer, deceased,  married Thomas Henry THOMAS [1810 -1877] a widower of Chatham Gardens, Hoxton the son of Henry THOMAS, a tailor, deceased,  on 11 September 1842 at the parish church of St John the Baptist, Hoxton  in the presence of  James Strong  and Elizabeth EATLY.

Nancy and Thomas had at least nine children

Richard [1846 -   ]
Henry [1847 -    ]
Frederick [1849 -    ]
Francis [1850 -    ]
Thomas Henry [1853 -   ]
Eliza Ann [1854 -    ]
Sarah [1856 -    ]
Louisa {1859 -    ]
Henry Murrell [1861 -    ] 

In the census of  30 March 1851 Nancy and Thomas  are living at  53 Chatham Gardens, Hoxton, Middlesex  with  their sons  Richard 5, Frederick 2,  and Francis 5 months.  Thomas is a labourer and Nancy is taking in needlework.

The records for the 1861 census for Hoxton do not survive.

On 2nd April 1871 the census  shows Nancy, Thomas, a wool porter, with their children at 1 Chatham Gardens, Hoxton.

The census of 3rd April 1881 list Nancy and Thomas and their youngest son Henry Murrell  still at  1 Chatham Gardens.

Thomas Henry THOMAS died aged 77 at 33 Britannia Street, Hoxton on 8th September 1887.

On 5th April 1891  Nancy is living with her married daughter Louisa (KEATS), Louisa's husband and their four children  in a multi-occupancy house at 44 Britannia Street, Hoxton.

Nancy died aged 73 on 6th June 1893 at 44 Britannia Street.

Birth Reference:. Baptism
Baptism Reference:    London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Old Street, Register of baptisms, P76/LUK, Item 011 &
 IGI Batch No. C020693
Marriage Reference  :   GRO  Sep 1842 Shoreditch Volume 2 Page  323     &  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint John The Baptist, Hoxton, Register of marriages, P91/JNB, Item 027
Death Reference:  GRO Jun 1893 Shoreditch  Volume  1c Page 62 & Death Certificate.
Burial Reference:   ~
Cause of Death: 
Bronchitis

Update 15th Oct 2010


NATHANIEL EATLY [circa 1696]

Nathaniel EATLY lived in Maryland [now USA] in 1696.

He is mentioned  in the record of the Prerogative Court of Maryland for 7th October 1696 in connection with the estate of one Humphrey WARREN together with Matthew EATLY.

Reference: Abstracts of Inventories and Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland 1688-1698 Libers 12,13A, 13B, 14, 15. Volume 4 compiled by V. L. Skinner Jr.


NELLIE EDITH [1905 - 1998]

Born on 27th August  1905 in Chelsea, London. England the daughter of Benjamin Francis EATLY [1873 - 1954]  and Isabel  L. BROWNING [1872 - 1957].

The census of 2nd April 1911 shows Nellie Edith , an five year old scholar living at  163 Bedford Hill, Balham, London with her parents and her sisters Ivy Constance and Isabel Annie.  .

Nellie Edith  married   Leonard Alfred  E HORSFIELD [1907 - 1970]  in Romford, Essex, England in the last quarter of 1933.

Nellie and Leonard had at least thee  children

Daughter [1936 -    ]
Daughter [1939 -    ]
Daughter [1942 -    ]

Nellie E. died aged 92 in March 1998 at Hendon, London, England.

Birth Reference:. SEP 1905 Chelsea Volume 1a Page 398
Baptism Reference:   
Marriage Reference  :   GRO  Dec 1933 Romford Volume 4a Page  1162 
Death Reference:  GRO Mar 1998 Hendon  Volume  2351B Page B43C/159
Burial Reference:   ~
Cause of Death: 

Update 15th Oct 2010


NGYUN EATLEY

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NORA:

Born in  the last quarter of 1894 in Dewsbury, Yorkshire the daughter of Charles EATLY   [1867 - 1925]  and Adeline SAXTON [1878 - 1924].

In 1901 the census of 31st March shows 6 year old Nora living with her parents and her maternal grandmother Harriett Saxton at Lancaster Place, Tanself, Pontefract. Yorkshire.

In the census of 2nd April 1911, Nora a sixtenn yrat old milliner, is living with her parents at 22 Audrey Street, Ossett, Yorkshire.

Nora married Bertie HASTINGS in the first quarter of  1924 at Bramley, Yorkshire.

Nora and Bertie appear to have been childless.

Norah is informant on her father's death certificate 25 February 1924 when she is living at 59 West End Road, Morecombe, Lancashire.

Norah EATLY died in the first quarter of 1956  at Lancaster, Lancashire  aged 61.

Birth Reference:. Dec 1894 Dewsbury Volume 9b Page 703
Baptism Reference:   
Marriage Reference  :   GRO  Mar 1924 Bramley Volume 9b Page  355
Death Reference:  GRO Mar 1956 Lancaster  Volume  10c Page 682
Burial Reference:   ~
Cause of Death: 

Update 11 June 2014


NORMAN EATLEY
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OLIVE MURIEL [1900 - 1982]

Photograph courtesy of Gordon F EATLEY  MSM.

Olive Muriel EATLY was born 30 March 1900 in Fulham, London and baptised on 17th April 1901 at the parish church of St Dionis, Parsons Green the youngest child of Albert Edward and Minnie Watson HOWLETT.

Olive Muriel makes her debut as a 1 day old baby in the 1901 census living with her parents and older siblings, William Edward, Mabel Alice, and Ella Minnie at 18 Parthenia Road, Fulham, London.

It appears that Olive Muriel, a private secretary, remained single.

London Gazette Issue 43831 published on the 3 December 1965

Name of Company: BRAVERY & SONS LIMITED.
Nature of Business: FURNISHERS.
Address of Registered Office: Hurdis House, Broad
Street, Seaford, Sussex.
Liquidator's Name and Address: Olive Muriel Eatly
of Alberta, Tudor Close, Seaford, Sussex.
Date of Appointment: 29th November 1965.
By whom Appointed: Members.

Olive Muriel died in Eastbourne, Sussex in the second quarter of  1982 aged 81.

Birth Reference:. Jun 1901 Fulham Volume 1a Page 350
Baptism Reference:   
Marriage Reference  :  
Death Reference:  GRO Jun 1982 Eastbourne   Volume  18 Page 680
Burial Reference:   ~
Cause of Death: 

Update 15th Oct 2010



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PETER  EATLEY [ 1778 - 1868]  US Fag
Peter EATLEY was born in Ireland in 1778. He was employed as a labourer and resided at Eigth Street,  Boston, Massachusets, USA where he died on 31st March 1868. Death Reference: Massachusetts Vital Records, 1840–1911. New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts.  Index to Deaths in Massachusets Vol: 213 Page 54.
Update 1st March 2015

PETER EATLY [ Circa  1810 ]  
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Peter EATLY  appears   in the 1840 Federal Head of Family Census  in Crawford, Van Buren County, Arkansas, USA.  

The entry shows  only that his household comprised  of himself , a white female born  1820 - 1830 and a white child under 5 years and ten black slaves

Update: 12 July 2014

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Ranson EATLY [Circa 1815] text

Ranson EATLY  appears   in the 1840 Federal Head of Family Census in Effingham, Illinois, USA. The entry shows  only that his household comprised  of himself and a white adult female born about 1820.

REBECCA EATLEY:[circa 1698]

Rebecca died in 1698.

She was buried 30 May 1698 at St Egburga, Yardley, Worcestershire.

Reference:  National Burial Index

Updated 15 Oct 2010


RICHARD EATLEY [1734 - 1806]  
 

Richard EATLEY  was born about 1734.

Richard  married Elizabeth [Betty] HARRIS [c 1736 - 1799] at  the Parish Church of Queenshill, Worcester, England on 23 August 1756.

The couple were living at Hasfield Gloucestershire around 1770.

Richard and Elizabeth had at least six children

Benjamin  [   - 1770]
Sarah buried [1775 - 1775]
Richard [1776 - 1776]
Epaphroditus [1768 - 1850]
Charles
Elizabeth [circa 1765 -    ]

The family moved to Ashleworth, Gloucestershire where Elizabeth , aged 63, was buried 10 December 1799.

Richard EATLEY  died in 1806, aged 72,  and was buried,   23rd January 1806 at Ashleworth.

Reference: The Parish records of St Peter, Hasfield,  and Ashleworth,  Gloucestershire transcribed by William Good.

Updated 6th September 2014


RICHARD EATLEY [c 1730 -1770]

Richard EATLEY  was a resident of the St Luke  district Middlesex.

He died of fever in October 1770 and was buried on 16th October 1770 at the parish church of St Luke, Old Street.

Burial Reference: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Old Street, Composite register: baptisms Dec 1765 - Dec 1770, burials Dec 1765 - Nov 1770, P76/LUK, Item 004/1


RICHARD EATLEY [1776 - 1776]

The son of Richard EATLEY [1734 - 1806]  and Elizabeth. [1736 - 1799]

Baptised at the parish Church of St Peter,  Hasfield, Gloucestershire 14 July 1776

Buried at St Peters,  Hasfield 28 October 1776.

Reference:  The Parish records of St Peter, Hasfield, Gloucestershire transcribed by William Good.


RICHARD [1788 - 1837]

Richard EATLY was born circa   1788 and baptised   4 January 1789  at  Ashleworth, Gloucestershire, England. The son of  Epaphroditus EATLY [1768 - 1850] and Ann POWER.

Richard married Sarah HOLLAND [1790 - 1862]  on  28th August 1811 at Christchurch, Spitalfields, London.

Richard served as  Private in   Colonel Sir John EAMERY's Royal East London Regiment of Militia.    This unit  a successor to the  Trained Bands of the City of London served as  an equivalent of  today's  Territorial Army and  as  training unit for the regular army.  Richard  was  honourably discharged  from  the  Regiment. on 5th January 1812.  Richard (1788) Discharge papers.

Richard and Sarah had at least six childen,

Sarah Elizabeth [1814 - 1904]
Richard [1816 - 1868]
Nancy [1820]
Elizabeth [1822 - 1897]
Michael Napoleon Bonaparte [1825 - 1826]
Epaphroditus [1829 - 1902].

In 1828 Sarah was called to the Old Bailey to give evidence in the case of three men who had attacked and robbed her brother in the alley leading to her house in Green Arbour Court, between Golden-lane and Goswell Street.   One of the attackers aged 17 was sentenced to transportation for life. The others were acquitted. Old Bailey Report

In his childrens' baptism records Richard's trade is shown as brick laying.

Richard EATLY died, aged 49, in February  1837 at Green Arbour Court, and was buried at a cost of 4 - 13s - 0d. on 19 February 1837 in the church yard of St Luke, Old Street.

On September 22nd 1839  Epaphroditus,   Richard's father, wrote to Sarah expressing his distress  on hearing of Richards death two years previously.     Letter from Epaphroditus to Sarah       

In the 1841  Census  Sarah's  age shown as 45 yrs [she was 54] is shown  as Head of household at Banks Court, St Luke, Middlesex.  the children Sarah [25] a Cotton winder, Richard [25] a Compositor, Nancy  [20] a Servant, Elizabeth [15] a Cotton winder,  & Ephroditus(sic) [10]  are also at the address.  Little Michael Napoleon Bonaparte  had died in 1826.

In the 1851 Census    at  99 Golden Lane,  St Luke.  Sarah Head of household is a 64 year old  widow employed as a  Family Nurse.   Living with her  is her  28 year old daughter Elizabeth  an unmarried dressmaker  and her  21 year old son  Epaphroditus, a printer.

In the 1861   Census   Sarah is at 29 Gee St, Finsbury St Luke, London, Middlesex, England,  in the house of her son Epaphroditus.   Her daughter  39 daughter  Elizabeth, unemployed is also living there.

Sarah died in St Lukes parish, in 1862.

Birth Reference:.
Baptism Reference:    IGI Batch No.  C026663
Marriage Reference  : 
IGI Batch No. M069691 & Pallot's marriage index. 
Death Reference:  Burial invoice from W Young Undertaker  76 Church Street, Bethnal Green Road.
Burial Reference:   London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Old Street, Register of burials, P76/LUK, Item 071, p76/luk/071.
Cause of Death: 

Update 15th Oct 2010


RICHARD [1816 - 1868]

Richard EATLY was born 12 August  1816 at Camden Court, Old Street, Middlesex  and  baptised 27 October 1816 at St. Lukes, Old Street,   the eldest son and second child of  Richard EATLY [1788 - 1837], a bricklayer,  and Sarah HOLLAND [1790 - 1862].

In the census of 7th June 1841 Richard, a printer's compositor, is living with his widowed mother  and siblings at Banks Court, St Luke. 

Richard married Jane PUGH  [1816 - 1887]   in the third quarter of 1841 in the City of London. at Llandisilio, Montgomeryshire. Wales.

Richard and Jane do not appear to have had children.

The census of 30th March 1851 shows Richard and Jane  living at 38 South Street, Clerkenwell, St James, Middlesex

In the 1861 census of  7th April  Richard (44) and Jane (46) are living at 18 Acton Street, St Bartholomew's, Pancras, London. Richard is employed as a printers' compositor.

Richard died in the first quarter of  1868 in West London..

In the 1881 census Jane is living in the Printers Almshouse, Tottenham, Middlesex.

Jane died in 1887.

Birth Reference:. Baptism
Baptism Reference:  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Old Street, Register of baptisms, P76/LUK, Item 010 
Marriage Reference  : GRO Sept 1841 City of London Volume 2  Page 135
Death Reference:  GRO Mar 1868 West London Volume 1c  Page 22
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

Update 15th Oct 2010


RICHARD EATLEY [1844 - 1907]

Richard EATLEY was born about 1844 in Great Malvern, Worcestershire. the son of Matthew EATLY [1804 -    ]    and his second wife  Mary BARRETT [1809 - 1864].

In the 1861 census of 7th April  Richard is a 16 year old labourer living with his parents and siblings at The Cottage, Great Malvern, Worcestershire

He married Lucinda ANDREWS [1845 - 1882] in the third quarter of 1866 at Great Malvern.

Richard and Lucinda    almost immediately    moved to Mile End Old Town,  London where their children were born.

Minnie Andrews [1867 - 1957]
Alfred Edward [1880 - 1882]

In the 1871 census of  2nd April Richard, a bricklayer,  Lucinda and Minnie are at 50 New Street, Mile End Old Town, London.

Richard appears in the 3rd April 1881 census as a 36 year old bricklayer living with his wife and two children at 113 Jamaica Street, Mile End Old Town.

Sadly Alfred Edward died in 1882 before his second birthday.

Lucinda died aged 38 years in 1882

On 1st June  1884 Richard EATLY, of full age, batchelor, bricklayer of 53 Oliphant Street, Kensal Green,  the son of Matthew EATLY, deceased, a bricklayer married Alice Annie GODDARD *[born 3rd November 1861 the daughter of Edward Charles GODDARD and May Ann GODDARD of Gifford Street, Islington ** - 1945]  of full age, a spinster of the same address,. the daughter of Edward Charles Goddard, a carpenter, at  St Judes Parish Church, Kensal Green, London, in the presence of  Edward Charles GODDARD and Jane SANDON.

Richard and Alice Annie had at least seven children

Richard Edward [1885 - 1887]
Florence Emily [1886 - 1975 ]
Ellen Ellsworth  [1889 - 1922]
Frederick William [1896 - 1959]
Annie Horseman [1902 - 1975]
William Horseman [1903 - 1980]
Alice May [1906 -    ]

In the census of 5th April  1891, Richard appears with new wife Alice, and their children at 8 Beethoven Street, Chelsea, London .Richard is still employed as a bricklayer.

The census of  31st March 1901 has Richard a hospital patient at Chelsea Workhouse, Britten Street, Chelsea. London.

Alice with Florence, Ellen and  Frederick are at 174 Carlton Vale, Willesden. London.

A second son William Horsman was born 31 December 1903 when the family are at 204 Cambridge Road, Willesden.  A daughter Alice May was born  20th May 1906 at 9 Granville Road, Willesden.

Richard died in 1907 in Paddington, London aged 63.

In the census of 2nd April 1911 the widowed Alice Annie, a 49 year old washerwoman in a laundry, is living at 91 Granville Road, West Kilburn, London with  her children Ellen Ellsworth, Florence Emily, Frederick William, and Annie.  Her two youngest children, William and Alice have been taken into the care of Dr Barnados Home.  

Alice Annie GODDARD  married again to  Joseph J WILLIAMS  in the September quarter of 1921  in Willesden, Middlesex and died aged 83, in Willesden, London in the March quarter of 1945   Ref: 1945 MAR Vol 3a Page 577.

Birth Reference:. GRO September 1844 Upton upon Severn   Volume  18 Page 484
Baptism Reference:  *
London Metropolitan Archives, Islington St Mary, Register of Baptism, p83/mry1, Item 1184
Marriage Reference  : 1.   GRO Dec 1866 Upton upon Severn   Volume 6c  Page  521    /   2. GRO  Jun 1884 Chelsea Volume 1a  Page 583 and * Parish Register of  St Judes Parish Church, Kensal Green
Death Reference:  GRO December 1907 Paddington  Volume 1a  Page 23
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

Update 6th July 2016


RICHARD [1856 - 1857]

Richard EATLY was born on 28th February 1856 and baptised  on 23 March 1856 at St Thomas Charterhouse, Finsbury, London, the son of Epaphroditus EATLY [ 1829 - 1902] and Caroline MILLER.[1831 - 1897]

Richard died in the third quarter of 1857 before his second birthday.

Birth Reference:. GRO Jun 1856 St Luke  Volume  1b Page 554
Baptism Reference:  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Thomas, Charterhouse, Register of baptisms, P76/TMS, Item 006
Marriage Reference  : 
Death Reference:  GRO Sep 1857 St Lukes  Volume 1b  Page 363
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

Update 15th Oct 2010


RICHARD [1858 - 1930] 

Richard EATLY was born on 13th June 1858  in St. Luke parish, Old Street, London, the son of Epaphroditus EATLY [ 1829 - 1902] and Caroline MILLER.[1831 - 1897]  of Baltic Street St Lukes, and as was common then was given the same name as his older brother who had died the previous year.

Perhaps to be on the safe side he was not christened until 5th April 1863, at St Thomas Charterhouse, Finsbury, London when at that time the family was at  29 Gee Street, St Lukes. .

The census of  7th April 1861 shows three year old  Richard at 29 Gee Street, with his parents, his paternal great grandmother  ( Sarah Holland) his Aunt Elizabeth, his elder brother & sister  George & Caroline, and his 10 month old younger brother Epaphroditus.

On 2nd April 1871 the census shows Richard a 13 year old errand boy still at 29 Gee Street with his parents.  His G.Grandmother had died in 1862, but his Aunt is still in residence, as are his elder brother and sister, and Epaphroditus, and   he now has additional younger siblings Sarah, William and Samuel.

By 3rd April 1881 the family had moved to 33 Gee Street  . Richard is now a 22 year old printer's pressman   George had married and moved out in 1876 but there was an addition to the family  six year old Elizabeth.

Richard EATLY aged 26 bachelor, printer, the son of Epaphroditus EATLY, printer of  33 Gee Street, St Lukes  married Charlotte SANDERS aged 23 spinster, box maker, of 24 Waterloo Street, St Lukes the daughter of  Jonathan  SANDERS, cabinet maker,  on 5th April 1885 at the parish church of St Luke Old Street..

Richard and Charlotte had at least two children;

Charlotte [1886 - 1980]
Richard  [1887 -  1973]

On 5th April 1891 the census shows Richard, a printer's foreman,  and Charlotte with little Richard and Charlotte at 21 Forston Street, Shoreditch.   It was at this time that  he was working working for  William Morris at the Kelmscott Press.

Photo of staff at Kelmscot Press circa 1893

Photo of the staff of Kelmscott Press taken in 1893.  William Morris and his sister seated in front row.
Richard is listed as one of the subjects,  but is not specifically identified. Photograph courtesy of  Mr G. H. Palmer.

In the 1901 census of 31st March the family are still  at 21 Forston Street. Richard is  a printers pressman.

In the census of 2nd April 1911, Richard and Charlotte are living at 11, Mortimer Street, Kingsland, London.    Richard is a printer's letterpress man.

Richard EATLY died in Evesham, Worcestershire in 1930 at the age of 72 years.

Birth Reference:. GRO  Sep 1858 St Luke Volume 1b  Page 547
Baptism Reference:  
IGI batch No C042071   &  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Thomas, Charterhouse, Register of baptisms, P76/TMS, Item 008
Marriage Reference  : GRO   Jun 1855 Holborn Volume  1b  Page 1024  &
London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Old Street, Register of marriages, P76/LUK, Item 060
Death Reference:  GRO   Dec 1930 Evesham   Volume 6c  Page  193
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

Update    11 June 2014


RICHARD [1887 - 1973]

Richard EATLY was born  on 30th August 1887 at 16 Hale Street, Islington, London  the son of Richard EATLY [1858 - 1930] a printer, and Charlotte SANDERS [1862 - 1973]

In 31st March 1901 he is listed in the census a 13 year old printer's errand boy, living with his parents and sister Charlotte at 21 Forston Street, Shoreditch, London.

Richard EATLY married Florence Louisa STANLEY [1884 - 1958]  in the third quarter of 1913 at Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire.

Richard joined The Royal Flying Corps on 8th May 1917 as Mechanic Class 3, Service No: 80368,  and transfered to  The Royal Air Force on  1st April 1918.   At that time Florence was living at 54 Balcomb Street, St Marylebone, London.   Richard was discharged fron the RAF  on 6th April 1919 but remained on the RAF Reserve  until  30 April 1920.

Between 1924 and 1964 Richard and Florence were residing at 58 Balcombe Street, London NW1.*

Richard and Florence appear to have been childless

Richard EATLY died in the first quarter of 1973 at St Pancras London.

Birth Reference:. GRO  Sept 1887 Islington Volume 1b  Page 412 
Baptism Reference:   London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Old Street, Register of baptisms, P76/LUK, Item 022 
Marriage Reference  : GRO Sep 1913 Bishops Stortford  Volume  3a  Page  1601 
Death Reference:  GRO   Mar 1973 St Pancras Volume 5d   Page 2529 Burial Reference:   Cause of Death:  
*Voters Register - National Archives

Update     16 Oct 2010


RICHARD EDWARD EATLEY [1885 - 1887]

Richard Edward EATLEY was born on 14th April 1885 in Chelsea, London and baptised on 1st June 1885  at the parish church of Holy Trinity, Mile End Old Town the first child of the marriage of  Richard EATLY [1844 - 1907] and his second wife  Alice Annie GODDARD [1861 - 1945] of  14 Queens Road, Kilburn,  Middlesex.

Richard Edward EATLEY died in Chelsea in April  1887 and was buried in Hampstead Cemetery on 11th April 1887.

Birth Reference:. GRO Jun 1885  Volume 1a  Page 382
Baptism Reference:  
London Metropolitan Archives, Holy Trinity, Mile End Old Town, Register of baptisms, P93/TRI, Item 004
Marriage Reference  : 
Death Reference:  GRO  June 1887 Chelsea  Volume 1a  Page  237
Burial Reference:   Registers of Hampstead Cemetery.
Cause of Death: 

Update     26 Oct 2010


ROBERT G EATLY
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RONALD DOUGLAS HENRY [1902 - 1971]

Ronald Douglas Henry EATLY was born 19 February 1902, at 19 Glenarvon Street, Putney, London. England. The son of Henry Charles EATLY [1877 - 1948] and Jessie Elizabeth AINSWORTH [1879 - 1949]

Ronald married Frances Annie SUCKLING [30 Jul    1903 - 1988] the daughter of Francis Henry SUCKLING and Ellen Frances SHOTTER in Islington, London. England in the second quarter of 1930.

In the census of 2nd April 1911, Ronald D. H. is  a ten year old scholar living with his parents and siblings, Irene Victoria and  Cyril Bernard Charles, at 44 St Jame's Road, Watford, Hertfordshire.

Ronald and Frances had at least two children

Michael Henry [1934 - 1989]
Son  [1939 -   ]

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939, Ronald D EATLY  a  Commercial Traveller Radio & Television,  Frances A     EATLY, a housewife and 5 year old Michael Henry EATLY   are living at  42 Middleton Drive Ruislip-Northwood U.D., Middlesex, England.*    

Ronald Douglas Henry died in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. England in the third quarter of 1971 aged 69.

Frances Annie died in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. England in 1988 aged 85.

Birth Reference:. GRO   Jun 1902 Wandsworth    Volume 1d Page 791
Baptism Reference:  
Marriage Reference  : GRO  
Jun 1930   Islington Volume 1b Page 348
Death Reference:  GRO   Sep 1971 Volume 4a   Page 226
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

*Ref: RG101/0869B/003/18

Update  17 July 2016
ROSETTA [1872 - 1918]

Rosetta EATLY was born 1872 in Mile End, London the daughter of Charles EATLY [1840 - 1879]  and Sophia [1841 - 1921] .

Rosetta appears in the 1881 census of 3rd April as a 9 year old scholar living with her widowed mother and siblings  at Crown Street, Ossett cum Gawthorpe, Yorkshire.

She married William James WICKS [1869 -    ] the son of William and Phoebe WICKS  in the second quarter of  1890 in Dewsbury.

Rosetta and William had at least three children 

Ernest [1890 -   ]
Annie [1895 -    ]
Herbert [1897 -    ]

The census of 5th April 1891 shows Rosetta and William with baby Ernest at  Sandbed Terrace, Wakefield Road, Dewsbury,  West Riding of Yorkshire. William is employed as a card cleaner. 

In the 1901 census of 31st March  Rosetta is described as Head of Household and wife,  she is living with her three children at South Parade Road, Ossett, West Riding and is employed as a rag sorter.      William is not listed in the census.  [Enlisted for the Boer War ?]

In the 1911 census of 2nd April,  Rosetta a 39 year old rag sorter, Annie a 16 year old dressmaker, Herbert a 14 year old brickmaker,  and her mother Sophia a 71 year old widow, are   living at 128 Dewsbury Road, Ossett, Yorkshire.

Rosetta EATLY died in the first quarter of 1918 in Dewsbury aged 46.

Birth Reference:. GRO  June 1872 Mile End Old Town Volume 1c  Page 529
Baptism Reference:  
Marriage Reference  : GRO Jun 1890 Dewsbury Volume 9b Page 1112
Death Reference:  GRO  Mar 1918 Dewsbury   Volume  9b  Page 874
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

Update   17 Oct 2010



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SAMUEL EATLEY [ circa  1770 ]
  Badge of The Northampton Regiment
Samuel Eatley was born about 1770. On 17th August  1795 Samuel was recruited into The 48th Regiment of Foot, 1st Battalion, The Northamptonshire Regiment.  

In this era  the regiment formed part of the  Duke of Wellington's army for the duration of the  Peninsular War against Napoleonic France. The regiment's most famous battle honour  was gained in at the  Battle of Talverna in 1809. The regiment also participated in the battles of Douro (1809), Albuhera (1811), Badajoz (1812), Salamanca (1812), Vittoria (1813), Pyrenees (1813), Nivelle (1813), Orthes (1814), Toulouse (1814). Reference: National Archive  WO25/988

SAMUEL EATLY:    [     - 1864 ] text

Samuel Eatly, Private,  F Company 15th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry died in hospital  29th June 1864 of wounds received at the battle of Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia,  and was buried in Nashville..

Reference: Roll of Honour 15th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry


SAMUEL EATLEY [1845 -    ]

Samuel Eatley was born on 23rd September 1845 at Lamb Court, Clerkenwell, London  the son of  John EATLEY and Elizabeth and baptised 28th December 1845 at the parish church of  St John, Clerkenwell.

The Rector  Hugh Hughes has added a note in the margin of the baptism record,   ' 'Poor' ',    so presumably  John & Elizabeth couldn't pay his usual fee.

Baptism Reference: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint John The Baptist, Clerkenwell, Register of baptisms, P76/JNB, Item 003 

Update: 25 Sep 2010


SAMUEL [1870 - 1953]

Samuel EATLY was born on 3rd September  1870 at 29 Gee Street, St Lukes, Middlesex  and baptised 20th September 1874 at St Thomas, Charterhouse, Finsbury; the son of Epaphroditus EATLY[1829 - 1902] and Caroline MILLER [1831 - 1897] who in 1874 lived at 33 Gee Street.

Samuel appears in the 1871 census of 2nd April as a  7 month old baby  living with his parents his aunt and six older siblings at 33 Gee Street, Finsbury, London.

By the 3rd April 1881 the family had moved to  33 Gee Street, Samuel is a 10 year old schoolboy.

Samuel EATLY aged 28 bachelor, manager, of 16 Hale Street, Islington the son of Epaphroditus EATLY, printer, married  Catherine Edith EDWARDS [15 Jul    1872  - 1967] aged 27 spinster of 16 Hale Street  the daughter of Edmund William EDWARDS, coachman,  on 1st April 1899 at  the parish church of St Peter, Islington  .

Samuel and Catherine at least seven children

Samuel [1899 - 1904]
Alfred Edmond [1900 - 1901]
Edith Florence [1902 -     ]
Epaphroditus Arthur [1904 - 1991]
George [1905 - 2002 ]
Elizabeth Catherine [1908 - 2002]
William Samuel [1909 -     ]
Alfred Frederick [1912 - 1999]

In the 1901 census of 31st March Samuel is  at The Plough, Public House, 2, Courtney Street, Kennington, London, where he is a beer & wine seller, with Catherine  and their sons Samuel and Alfred. Also at the address is Emily HOOKER a 52 year old widow, described as Samuel's aunt and his niece, Edith Edwards aged 5

In the census of 2nd April 1911, Samuel is a 40 year old potman, living at 83 Cranham Road, South Bermondsey, London with Catherine Edith and their children  Edith Florence aged 8, Epaphroditus Arthur aged 7, George aged 5, Elizabeth Catherine aged 4 and William Samuel  aged 2.

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939, Samuel EATLY a Carpenter,   Catherine EATLY a housewife,  Epaphroditus EATLY    25 Jan    1904    Laboratory Assistant Airraid warden,   George E     EATLY    27 May    1905    Packer Hairdresser,  Elizabeth      EATLY    16 Feb    1908    Fur Machinist,     Samuel W EATLY    5 May    1910    Brass Founder (Stock Keeper),  and Alfred F     EATLY    17 Jan    1912    Brass Founder (Stockkeeper) are residing at  86 Downham Road Hackney, London, England.*     

Samuel died in Hackney, London in 1953, aged 82.

Birth Reference:. GRO   Dec 1870 Holborn Volume 1b  Page  674
Baptism Reference:  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Thomas, Charterhouse, Register of baptisms, P76/TMS, Item 009
Marriage Reference  : GRO  Jun 1899 Islington Volume 1b Page 597 &  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Peter, Islington, Register of marriages, P83/PET2, Item 018
Death Reference:  GRO   Mar 1953
Hackney            Volume 5c   Page  943
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

*Ref: RG101/0195G/003/40 

Update    17 Oct 2010



SAMUEL [1899 - 1904]

Samuel was born in Lambeth, Surrey in 1899, and baptised 30 August 1899 at the parish church St Peter, Vauxhall, Surrey,  the eldest son of Samuel EATLY [1870 - 1953] and Catherine Edith EDWARDS [1871 - 1967]

Samuel appears in the 1901 census of 31st March as a 1 year old child living with his parents, his younger brother Alfred Edmund, a great aunt and a second cousin at the Plough Public House, 2 Courtenay Street, Kennington, Surrey.

Sadly Samuel died in Fulham, London in the second quarter of 1904 at the age of four years.

Birth Reference:. GRO Sep 1899 Lambeth Volume  1d  Page 359
Baptism Reference:  
London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Peter, Vauxhall, Register of baptisms, P85/PET1, Item 005
Marriage Reference  : ~
Death Reference:  GRO Jun1904 Fulham Volume  1a  Page 130
Burial Reference:   ~
Cause of Death:   ~

Update   17 Oct 2010


SAMUEL WILLIAM 
[1909 - 1991]

See  William Samuel EATLY [1909 - 1991]


SARA EATELEY: [1648 -    ]

Sarah EATELEY was born about 1648  in Shobden, Herefordshire, England  and was baptised there on 11th November 1648   the daughter of Anthony EATELEY [circa 1620 -    ]  and Sarah.

Baptism Reference:  IGI batch C139551

Update   17 Oct 2010


SARAH EATLEY [ 1775 -1775]

Daughter of Richard EATLEY [1734 - 1806] and Elizabeth HARRIS [1736 - 1799], buried Hasfield Gloucestershire, 30 October 1775.

Baptism Reference: The Parish records of St Peter, Hasfield, Gloucestershire transcribed by William Good.

Update   17 Oct 2010


SARAH EATLEY [1796 -    ]

Sarah EATLEY was born about 1796 in Ashleworth, Gloucestershire  and was baptised there on  15 May 1796, the daughter of Charles EATLEY [1771] and Elizabeth,

Baptism Reference: IGI Batch C026661

Update   17 Oct 2010


SARAH: [circa 1800 -    ]

Sarah EATLY  married John Mitchell BURCHAM on 24 June 1821 at St. George, Hanover Square, London.

Marriage Reference:  Pallots Marriage Index 1810-1823 & St George Parish Register

Update   17 Oct 2010


SARAH EATLEY [circa 1810 -    ]

Sarah EATLEY    married Samuel FOOTIT at Farnden, Nottinghamshire, England on 30th December 1833.  

Marriage Reference: IGI Batch M011211

Update   17 Oct 2010


SARAH:

Sarah EATLY was born about 1833

Sarah died aged 18, and was buried on 9 January 1854 at St Mary and St Michael, Great Malvern, Worcestershire.

Burial Reference: National Burial Index


SARAH [1863 - 1934]

Photo of Sarah Eatly   ~  Courtesy of Geoffrey M. H. Carter Esq.

Sarah EATLY was born on 16th March 1863 at  29 Gee street, St Luke, London and baptised on 5 April 1863  at  the parish church of St Thomas Charterhouse, Islington, London,  the daughter and fourth child of Epaphroditus EATLY[1829 - 1902], printer, and Caroline MILLER [1831 - 1897]

The census of 2nd April 1871 shows Sarah a 9 year old schoolgirl living with the family at  29 Gee Street.

Sarah appears in the 1881 census of 3rd April  as a 18 year old book folder living with her parents and six siblings now at 33 Gee Street, Finsbury, London.

Sarah EATLY aged 21 spinster of 24 Back Lane, Hoxton, Middlesex the daughter of Epaphroditus EATLY, printer,    married George WHITE aged 21 bachelor, warehouseman,  of  24 Back Lane,  the  son of  William WHITE, moulder, deceased,  on 31 August 1884 at the parish church of Holy Trinity, Hoxton. London.

Sarah and George had at least five children

George Eatly  [1883 - 1969]
Sarah  [1888 - 1938]
Samuel Richard  [1890 - 1891]
Elizabeth Caroline  [1897 - 1986]
Edward [1902 - 1966]

In the census of 5th April  1891 Sarah, George, a stationer's warehouseman,  George E, Sarah and baby Samuel Richard  are at 18 Hale Street, Islington.

The census of 31st March 1901 shows  Sarah, George, a stationer's warehouseman  George E, a 15 year old printer's apprentice  and four year old  Elizabeth C living  at 20 Shrubland Road , Shoreditch St Leonard, London

 
Birth Reference:. GRO   Jun 1863 St Luke    Volume 1b Page 617
Baptism Reference:  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Thomas, Charterhouse, Register of baptisms, P76/TMS, Item 008
Marriage Reference  : GRO Sep 1884 Shoreditch  Volume 1c   Page 238   & London Metropolitan Archives, Holy Trinity, Hoxton, Register of marriages, P91/TRI, Item 012
Death Reference:  GRO               Volume    Page
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

Update    19  Oct 2010


SARAH ELIZABETH EATLEY [1814 - 1904]

Sarah Elizabeth  EATLEY  was born born circa  1814   in St Lukes, Middlesex and baptised on  11 May 1814 at St Luke, Old Street, London  the daughter of Richard EATLEY [1790 - 1837], a bricklayer,  and Sarah HOLLAND[1790 - 1862] of Grubb Street, St Lukes.

The census of 7th June 1841 shows  Sarah E aged 25, a cotton winder,   living with her widowed mother and her siblings  Richard, Nancy, Elizabeth and Epaphroditus  at  Banks Court. St Lukes.

Sarah Elizabeth EATLY  , a spinster of Chatham Gardens, Hoxton, County of London the daughter of  Richard EATLY, a bricklayer, deceased   married James STRONG [1815 -    ] , a bachelor of East Road, Shoreditch, a mariner, the son of James STRONG, a horsehair weaver, deceased     at St. John the Baptist, Church, Hoxton, County of London on 20 November 1842,  after banns in the presence of  Henry THOMAS and Elizabeth EATLY.

Sarah was unable to write her name on the marriage register so made 'Her X Mark'..

Sarah & James has at least  five children  

Sarah S  [1845 -    ]
Henry James [1846 -   ]
Mary Jane   [1849 -    ]
Elizabeth  [1852 -    ]
Richard  [ 1853 -    ]

The census of 30 March 1851 lists   Sarah and James, a navy pensioner,  with Sarah, Henry J & Mary at 20 Prospect Row, Woolwich, Kent.

In 1861 the census of  7th April places  the whole  family at 22 Prospect Place, Woolwich.  James is a seaman pensioner and daughter Sarah is a dressmaker.

The census of 2nd April 1871 shows James, a navy pensioner,   Sarah, Mary and Richard, a scholar telegraphist at the house of James's nephew  John PERSCHKY, a clockmaker,  79 Nicholas Street, Shoreditch.

In 1881 the census of  3rd April  lists James,  a Greenwich pensioner, Sarah and Richard, telegraph clerk Civil Service,  back in Woolwich at 2 Ann Street.

On 5th April 1891 the census shows  Sarah, a  76 year old widow living with her son Richard, a telegraphist and his wife Marion  and their one year old son Arthur  at  299, Ivydale Road, Lewisham, London.

The census of  31st March 1901 shows Sarah aged 86 still living at 299 Ivydale Road, with her son and daughter in law and their four children.

Sarah Elizabeth died in  Greenwich, County of London, in  1904  at the age of 89.  

Birth Reference:. Baptism
Baptism Reference:   London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Old Street, Register of baptisms, P76/LUK, Item 009     &  IGI Batch No. C020693
Marriage Reference  : GRO  Dec 1842 Shoreditch Volume 2  age 306 &  IGI Batch No. M040371. London Metropolitan Archives, Saint John The Baptist, Hoxton, Register of marriages, P91/JNB, Item 027
Death Reference:  Greenwich  March 1904  Volume  1d Page 672
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

Update     19 Oct 2010


SOPHIA HARRIETT [1855 - 1938]

Sophia Harriett EATLY was born on 28th September 1855 at 4 Queens Place,  Chelsea,  London and baptised on  18th November 1855 at the parish church of St Luke, Chelsea, the daughter of Benjamin EATLY [1830 - 1908], a bricklayer,  and Sophia BALL [1828 - 1894].

On 7th April  1861 Sophia H. appears in the census  as a 5 year old with her parents  and five siblings at 4 Queens Place, Queens Street, Chelsea.

The census of  2nd April  1871 shows Sophia,   aged 15, a domestic servant, living with her parents and nine siblings  at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea.

Sophia H. appears in the 1881 census of  3rd April as a 25 year old Lady's Maid at the house of Mary E. URBEN, a barristers wife of 25, Stratford Terrace, Kensington, London.    Her younger sister Emily Ellen is a general servant in the same household.

The 1901 census of  31st March  lists Sophia  a 46 year old dressmaker  as one of twenty one  people  boarding at  12 Bute Street, Kensington, London.

Sophia appears not to have married.

EATLY Sophia Harriett  of 14 Clifton Road Littlehampton Sussex spinster died 19th June 1938  Probate London 5th July to James David Johnson London City Missionary  Effects  486 2s 11d    [ 13,962.11 in 2010]*

Birth Reference:. GRO  Dec 1855 Chelsea    Volume  1a  Page 119
Baptism Reference:  
London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Chelsea, Rough day book of baptisms, P74/LUK, Item 197B
Marriage Reference  : ~
Death Reference:  GRO  Jun 1938 Worthing Volume  2b  Page 486
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

*Principal Probate Registry. Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England

Update     Oct 2010


SOPHIA LILIAN:

Sophia Lilian EATLY was born  on 15th September 1883 at 31 Blantyre Street, Chelsea, London and baptised at St John's  Worlds End Chelsea on 14 Oct 1883; the daughter of Henry Charles EATLY [1853 - 1910], bricklayer, and Letitia Ann WHITLOCK.

The census of 5th April 1891 has  Sophia aged 7, her parents and brother and sister at 5 Ramsey Street, Chelsea

Sophia appears in the 1901 census of  31st March,  aged 17,   living with her parents and siblings Henry Charles and Ethel May at 67 Wandsworth Bridge Road, Fulham, London.

Sophia Ann married Herbert BROWN in the second quarter of 1906 in Watford, Hertfordshire.

In the census of 2nd April 1911,  Sophia 27, and Herbert a  28 year old carpenter and joiner are living  at  Sunny View, Boxtree Lane, Harrow Weald, London with their 3 year old daughter Joy.

Birth Reference:. GRO  Dec 1833 Chelsea Volume  1a Page 305
Baptism Reference:  
London Metropolitan Archives, Saint John, Worlds End, Register of baptisms, P74/JN, Item 003
Marriage Reference  : GRO      Jun 1906 Watford  Volume 3a  Page 1371
Death Reference:  GRO               Volume    Page
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

Update     Oct 2010


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THOMAS EYTELEYE:

Inspeximus and confirmation of letters patent, under the seal of Westminster. Ireland, witnessed by Maurice son of Thomas, earl of Kildare, the justiciary, at Le Naas, on 8 August, 30 Edward III, committing to Gerald de Sancto Michaele the office of the chief serjeanty of the cantred of Omurthy, during pleasure, rendering at the ex-chequer of Dublin yearly the extent thereof, for the rendering of which THOMAS EYTELEYE and Matthew le Poer are mainpernors.

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THOMAS EATLEY [ circa 1780 - 1809]

Thomas EATLEY served in the  Honourable East India Company Bengal Artillery.

He died in Prince of Wales Island, [now Pinang Island, Malaysia] and was buried there  6th January 1809.

Burial Reference:  British Library. India Office Records N/8/1/ ff.64 .77

Update: 13 October 2010


In Memory of
THOMAS EATELEY [c 1790 -    ]

Thomas EATELEY was a resident of Edgmond Shropshire.

Thomas married Mary TURNER 31st May 1812 at the parish church of Edgmond.

Marriage Reference:  IGI   M006501 


In Memory of
TREVOR A W EATLY  [1939 - 1998 ]

Trevor A W EATLY was born in the June quarter of 1939 in Hammersmith, London the son of Edward William EATLY [1907 - 1977] and Annie M GREGORY [ - 1963].

Trevor A married  in the June quarter of 1960 in Chatham, Kent. 

Trevor A and his wife had at least two children:- 

Daughter 1960 Chatham, Kent 
Son 1963 in Chatham. 

Trevor A migrated to USA  and his wife remarried in   Chatham in March 1970. 

Trevor A married Myrta Neomi BASSAT [born 8th July 1941 in Bronx, New York - died 25th September 2006 in Sonoma, California ] on 15 March 1967 in Texas, USA. 

Trvor A and Myrta had at least one son.

Trevor A and Myrta divorced 18 Mar 1974 in Harris, Texas, USA* 

Myrta went on to marry Larry E SCHULLER [1941 - ] on 27 Jul 1974 in Santa Clara California, USA 

Trevor A EATLY died 21 Dec 1998 in USA. 

Myrta Noemi BASSAT. also known as Myrta Noemi SCHULLER ~ Myrta Noemi MARKOWITZ ~ Myrta EATLY of 95472 Sebastopol, Sonoma, California, USA BORN: 8 Jul 1941 Died:25 Sep 2006** 

Birth Reference: June 1939 Registration district: Hammersmith Volume Number: 1a Page Number: 293 
MarriageReference: June 1960 Registration district: Chatham Volume Number:5b Page Number: 550 
*Texas Department of State Health Services. Texas Divorce Index, 1968-2011. 
**U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 Death Certificate No320064900284
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In Memory of
VIOLET ELLEN EATLY  [1929 -     ]

Violet Ellen EATLY was born on  20 Oct 1929 in Kensington London, the daughter of  Frederick William EATLY [1896 - 1959]  and  Harriet Ann MITCHELL [1898 - 1969].

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939  Violet Ellen  and her parents  Frederich W  EATLY a painter , her mother  
Harriett Ann  EATLY  a housewife  are living at  47 Lonsdale Road Kensington, London, England

On 26th March 1953,  a 23 year old civil servant of 47, Lonsdale Road, London, W11, she embarked on the P & O  SS Strathnaver at London, destination Port Said, Egypt. She  disembarked at London from SS Strathnaver, P&O Lines, on  11 Jan 1954 inbound from Sydney, Australia.

Birth Reference:. GRO Dec 1929 Kensington Volume 1a Page 84
Baptism Reference: Marriage Reference : GRO Volume Page
Death Reference: GRO Volume Page
Burial Reference:
Cause of Death:

Update     26 July 2016


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In Memory of
WALTER EATLEY [circa 1682]

A resident of Holborn, London, Walter EATLEY  died in 1682 and was buried in the parish church of St Sepulchre, Holborn on 3 January 1682.

Burial Reference: Church of England Registers London Metropolitan Archives.


In Memory of
WALTER EATLEY [1750 -    ]

Walter EATLEY was born on 29th August 1750 at Cow Cross Street, Holborn, Middlesex  and baptised on 12th September 1750 in the parish church of  St Sepulchre, Holborn, the son of  John EATLEY [c1730]  and Esther.

Walter  died of convulsions in September 1750 and was buried at  St Lukes, Old Street on  26th September 1750.

Baptism Reference:  London Metropolitan Archives, St Sepulchre Holborn, Register of baptisms and marriages, 1731 - 1751/2, P69/SEP/A/002/MS07220, Item 001.
Burial Reference:  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Old Street, Composite register: baptisms Sep 1747 - Dec 1752, marriages and burials Aug 1747 - Dec 1752, P76/LUK, Item 002/2.

Update     6th July 2014


In Memory of
WALTER BENJAMIN EATLEY [1851 - 1879]

Walter Benjamin EATLEY was born in the last quarter of 1851 at Hanley Castle, Worcestershire, England, the son of Mathew EATLY [1805 -    ] a bricklayer, and Mary BARRETT [1809 - 1864]

Walter Benjamin was baptised at Great Malvern, Worcestershire on 13th March 1852.

Walter appears in the 7th April 1861 census as a 9 year old scholar, living with his parents at The Cottage, Great Malvern Worcestershire.

Walter appears to have spent his adult life in Military Service.

In 1871, aged 20 years,Walter is a Sapper in the 37th company, Royal Engineers based at Chatham, Kent*. 

His death is recorded  in the Pensioner Records of Chelsea Hospital  10th September 1879  at that time he is shown as a  Sapper in  The Royal Engineers  having nine years and fifty nine days recognised service.

Walter Benjamin EATLY died aged 28 years on 10th September 1879  at Mile end Old Town, London

Birth Reference:. GRO Dec 1851 Upton upon Severn  Volume  18  Page 540 Baptism Reference:  ~ FHL Film No: 350646 Marriage Reference  : ~ Death Reference:  GRO   Sep 1879  Mile End Old Town Volume  1c  Page 234 Burial Reference:   ~ Cause of Death: 
*Reference: The 1871 British Army Index - Other Ranks and Locations.

Update    7 Nov 2016


In Memory of
WALTER THOMAS EATLY [1920 - 2008]

Walter Thomas EATLY was born on 15th February 1920 in the Holborn district of London the son of William Arnold EATLY [1891 - 1950] and Sarah Maria POOLEY [1890 - 1954].

The voters register for 1944 shows Walter Thomas residing at 54 Broke Road, Shoreditch, London.  This was a house of multi-occupancy, amongst the other four residents was Rosina A WAKELING

Walter Thomas EATLY married  Rosina A WAKELING [1921] in 1944. 

Walter T and his wife had one child.

Walter Thomas EATLY died in Suffolk on 10th June 2008 aged 88.

Birth Reference:. GRO  March 1920 Holborn  Volume  1b Page 1621 Baptism Reference:  
Marriage Reference  : GRO   Shoreditch Sep 1944 Volume 1c Page 40
 
Death Reference:  Burial Reference:   Cause of Death: 

Update: 20  Sep 2016


In Memory of
WILLIAM EATLEY [circa 1720 -    ]

William EATLEY was a resident of St Marylebone, London.

William married Margaret

William and Margaret had at least one child

John EATLEY [1745 - 1745]

Reference:  Birth, Death, Burial References :  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Marylebone, Composite register: baptisms Feb 1734 - Mar 1749, burials Sep 1733 - Mar 1749, marriages Dec 1734 - Mar 1749, P89/MRY1, Item 003

Update: 20  Sep 2016


In Memory of 
WILLIAM EATLEY [circa 1750 - 1776]

William EATLEY was a resident of Sion College* at London Wall in the City of London.

William died in February 1776 and was buried at the parish church of St Alphage, London Wall on 15th February 1776.

Burial Reference:  Guildhall, St Alphage London Wall, Register of baptisms 1732 - 1812, marriages 1732 - 1754, burials 1732 - 1812, 1732 - 1812, P69/ALP/A/01/Ms 5746/3.

*Sion College in Wikipedia

Update: 20  Sep 2016


In Memory of
WILLIAM EATLY
[1768 -    ]

William EATLY was born in London, England on 27th August 1768 and baptised on 28th August 1768 at the church of Saint Mary, St Marylebone Road, London, the son of Joseph EATLY and Elizabeth.

Birth Reference:  ~
Baptism Reference:  IGI Batch No. C035241
Marriage Reference
Death Reference: 
Burial Reference:
Cause of Death: ~

Update: 20  Sep 2016


In Memory of
WILLIAM EATLEY
[c1770 -    ]

William EATLEY was a resident of  Woolwich, Kent.

William married Sarah.

William and Sarah had at least one child

Elizabeth [1795 -    ]

Reference: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Mary Magdalene, Woolwich, Composite register: baptisms, burials, P97/MRY, Item 009

Update: 20  Sep 2016


In Memory of
WILLIAM EATLEY
[1776 -    ]:

William EATLEY was born about about 1776.

William, aged 40, was convicted at The Old Bailey, London on 24 October 1815, for stealing [pick pocketing] a handkerchief value two shillings  (4.20 in 2010). He was sentenced to deportation for 7 years.

On 21st March  1816 he was received on board the Convict Prison Hulk Retribution moored at Woolwich and was transported 12th May 1816*.

On 18 October 1816 he disembarked as a convict from the ship 'Mariner' in New South Wales and forwarded to Windsor Barracks  for distribution.**

*Home Office: Convict Prison Hulks: Registers and Letter Books, 1802-1849. Microfilm, HO9, 5 rolls. The National Archives, Kew, England.

**New South Wales Government Records. Reel 6005, 4/3495 p 205. www.nsw.gov.au/publications.

Update: 20  Sep 2016


In Memory of
WILLIAM EATLEY
[circa 1781 -    ]

William EATLEY was born about 1781 in Edgmond Shropshire, England, the son of  Francis EATLEY and Elizabeth.

William was baptised in the parish church of St Peter on 14th February 1781.

photo St Peters Edgmond

Photo of St Peters, Edgmond courtesy of Briam Houghton http://www.geograph.org.uk/profile/7114

Baptism Reference:  IGI Batch No. & The Parish Registers of Edgmond Shropshire transcribed by Mel Lockie 

Update: 20  Sep 2016


In Memory of
WILLIAM EATLEY
[1835 - 1835]

William EATLEY was born about 1835, probably in Great Malvern, Worcestershire, England. 

William died in 1835 aged 8 months.

William was buried 10 April 1835, at  St Mary and St Michael, Parish Church, Great Malvern, 

Old post card of St Mary Michael Malvern
Old postcard of St Mary and St Michael Great Malvern.

Burial Reference: National Burial Index

Update:  20  Sep 2016


In Memory of
WILLIAM EATLY
[1835 - 1843]

William EATLY was born on 4th March 1835 at Marlborough Square, Chelsea and baptised on 12th April 1835 at the parish church of  St Luke Chelsea, the son of  Benjamin EATLY [1795 - 1859] a bricklayer, and Eliza HOLLIER [1804 - 1878].

William appears in the census of  7th June 1841 as a 6 year old scholar at The Wick House Academy. 5 Waterloo Road Hammersmith, his older brother Charles Henry is also at the Academy.  .  The rest of the family are at The Globe Public House Milmans Row, Chelsea  where Benjamin is the licensee.

William EATLY died in the first quarter of 1843 in Chelsea aged 8. 

Birth Reference:. Baptism record
Baptism Reference:  
London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Chelsea, Register of baptisms, P74/LUK, Item 172 &  IGI Batch No:  C067054
Marriage Reference  : 
Death Reference:  GRO  Mar 1843  Volume  3  Page  41
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

Update     20  Sep 2016


In Memory of
WILLIAM EATLEY
[circa 1840 -   ]
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William EATLEY was born about 1840 in Maryland USA.

He appears in the US 1850 census as a 10 year old boy living on a farm possibly belonging to Richard Doftenborg in Allagany County, Maryland. There is no record of his parents or other family in the Allagany County census index.

Update     20  Sep 2016


In Memory of
WILLIAM EATLY
[1867 - 1952]

William Eatly[1867-1952]Photo of William Eatly   ~  Courtesy of Geoffrey M. H. Carter Esq.

William EATLY was born on  30 October 1867 at 22 Gee Street,  St. Luke, Finsbury, London and baptised at  the parish church of St. Thomas Charterhouse, Finsbury, London on 20 September 1874. the son of Epaphroditus EATLY [1829 - 1902], a printer, and Caroline MILLER [1831 - 1897].

On 2nd April 1871 the census shows William a scholar aged 4 living at 29 Gee Street with his parents, his Aunt Elizabeth  and his six siblings.

In the 1881 census of 3rd April  William  is a 13 year old scholar living at 33, Gee Street, Finsbury, London with his parents, his aunt and now seven brothers and sisters.

William EATLY aged 24 bachelor, smith, of  2 Gainsborough Square, Hackney the son of  Epaphroditus EATLY, printer  married  Florence Emily ARNOLD [1872 - 1936] aged 21 spinster of 2 Gainsborough Square the daughter of Eli ARNOLD, clerk, on 29 March 1891 at the parish church of  St Mark, Bow after Banns  in the presence of Eli ARNOLD and Elizabeth EATLY.

William and Florence had at least four children

William Arnold  [1891 - 1954]
Florence Winifred  [1893 - 1993]
Elizabeth Caroline   [1895 -     ]
George Eli   [1899 - 1981]

In the census of 31st March  1901 William and Florence are living at 8 Beaumont Road, Leyton, Essex.  with their four children,  William is employed as a blacksmith

The census of 2nd April 1911 shows William as a 42 year old hame and chain maker living with Florence Emily  and their four children at 29 Goldsmiths Row, Hackney Road, Hackney, London.

The 1930 Electoral Roll  shows William and Florence Emily of 11 Sidworth Street, Hackney have business premises at 30 Little Northampton Street, Clerkenwell, London EC1.

The 1934 London Post Office Directory shows William and Florence carrying on the business of hame maker* at 30 Little Northampton Street, Clerkenwell.

Florence Emily ARNOLD  died in South West Essex in 1936 aged 64.

William EATLY died in the second quarter of 1952  in the South West Essex district aged  85.

Birth Reference:. GRO Dec 1867 St Luke     Volume  1b  Page 659
Baptism Reference:  
London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Thomas, Charterhouse, Register of baptisms, P76/TMS, Item 009
Marriage Reference  : GRO  Mar 1891 Poplar Volume 1c   Page 969
Death Reference:  GRO   Jun 1952  Essex South Western  Volume 5a   Page 135
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

* a hame is the wooden/metal/brass part of a horse harness  which fits over the horse collar and  takes the strain of the cart.

Photo of a hame

Update    20  Sep 2016


In Memory of
WILLIAM ARNOLD EATLY
[1891 - 1954]

William Arnold EATLY was born on 3rd August 1891 at 2 Gainsborough Square, Hackney Wick, Middlesex and baptised on 19th August 1891 at the parish church of St Mary of Eton, Hackney Wick the eldest child of William EATLY [1867 - 1952], a blacksmith   and Florence Emily ARNOLD [1872 - 1936]

The census of 31st March 1901 shows him as a 9 year old living with his parents and siblings Florence Winifred (1893), Elizabeth Caroline(1895) and George Eli(1899) at 8 Beaumont Road, Leyton, Essex.

In the cenusu of 2nd April 1911 William Arnold is shown as a 19 year old general labourer living with his parents and siblings at  29 Goldsmiths Row, Hackney Road, Hachney, London.

William Arnold EATLY  aged 24 bachelor, a butter blender of 152 Central Street. Islington, the son of  William EATLY, smith, married Sarah Maria POOLEY [24 Nov 1890 - 1954] aged 25 spinster, of 5 Leage Street St Lukes, the daughter of Thomas John POOLEY, walking stick dresser   on 29th January 1916 at  the parish church of St Luke, Old Street, after banns in the presence of  Thomas POOLEY and Clara POOLEY.

William Arnold and Sarah had at least  seven children.

William J G      [1918-1919]
Winifred E A   [1919-1924]
Elizabeth S C   [1922 -      ]
Florence F       [1923 -      ]
William Arnold   [1927-1974]
Walter Thomas  [1920 - 2008]
Son                   [1931 -    ]

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939, William A EATLY a  Asphalter Travelling (Heavy Worker)  and Sarah M  a housewife are living at  78 Brune House Stepney, London, England.

William Arnold EATLY died in Hitchin, Hertfordshire in 1950 aged 59.

Sarah Maria POOLEY. died in Hitchin in 1954 aged 63.

Birth Reference:. GRO  Sep 1891 Hackney    Volume 1b  Page 594
Baptism Reference: 
London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Mary Of Eton, Hackney Wick, Register of baptisms, P79/MRY/01, Item 002
Marriage Reference  : GRO  Mar 1916 Holborn   Volume 1b  Page 1232
Death Reference:  GRO  Mar 1843 Chelsea  Volume  3  Page 41
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

Update   20  Sep 2016


In Memory of
WILLIAM ARNOLD EATLY
[1927 - 1974]

William Arnold EATLY was born 17 December 1927 in West Derby the sixth child of William Arnold EATLY [1891 - 1950] and Sarah Maria POOLEY [1890 - 1954].

William Arnold died in 1974 in Hitchin, Hertfordshire aged 47.

Birth Reference:. GRO Mar 1928 West Derbyshire     Volume 8b Page 1121
Baptism Reference:  ~
Marriage Reference  : ~
Death Reference:  GRO  Dec 1974 Hitchin  Volume 10 Page 0505
Burial Reference:   ~
Cause of Death:  ~

Update     20  Sep 2016



In Memory of
WILLIAM EDWARD EATLY
[1892 - 1913]

William Edward EATLY was born on 12th July 1892  at  58 Hubert Grove, Stockwell, London and baptised on 18 September 1892 at the parish church of St Andrew, Stockwell Green,   the oldest child  of Albert Edward EATLY  [1865 - 1956], a bricklayer,  and Minnie Watson HOWLETT [1867  - 1930].

At the age of 8 he appears in the 31st March 1901 census living with his parents and three younger sisters, Mabel Alice, Ella Minnie and Olive Muriel, at 18 Parthenia Road, Fulham, London.

William Edward EATLY died in the third quarter of 1913 in  Fulham aged 21..

Birth Reference:. GRO  Sep 1892 Lambeth Volume 1d  Page 508
Baptism Reference:  
London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Andrew, Stockwell Green, Register of baptisms, P85/AND1, Item 006
Marriage Reference  : 
Death Reference:  GRO  Sep 1913 Fulham Volume 1a  Page 340
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

Update    20  Sep 2016


In Memory of
WILLIAM EPAPHRODITUS EATLY
[c 1780]

William Epaphroditus was a patient at St Thomas Hospital, London under the care of Surgeon Mr CLINE. Wiliam E was discharged from the hospital on 26th October 1796. 

Reference: St Thomas's Hospital:Hospital Admission and Discharge Registers London Metropolitan Archives. As transcribed http://www.londonlives.org

Update    28 March 2016 


WILLIAM BARTON EATLEY
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Living in the U.S.A.

Update    28 March 2016 


In Memory of
WILLIAM CHARLES EATLY
[1892 - 1939]

William Charles EATLY was born on 6th August 1892 at 56 Huberts Grove, Stockwell, London  and baptised 18th September 1892 at the parish church of St Andrew, Stockwell Green  the son of Charles Ernest EATLY [1867 - 1956], engineer,  and Ann HATCHETT [1868 -1938]

William Charles appears in the 31st March 1901 census aged eight living with his parents and one year old sister Lillian Annie at Wellingborough Road. Wellingborough. Northamptonshire.

In the census of 2nd April 1911,  William Charles, an 18 year old machinist,  is living with his parents and sister Lilian  at 8 Manton Rd, Irthingborough,  Northamptonshire.

On 19th February 1914  William Charles EATLY aged 22,  a boot hand, formerly a sick berth attendant Royal Navy,  of 8 Manton Road, Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire attested into the Northamptonshire Regiment.   On 27 April that year he was discharged on payment of   10 [430.60 in 2010] by his father.

On 27th November 1916  William C again enrolled into the Northumberland Regiment.  He was sent to France  on 20th May 1917 and demobilised on 22 February 1919.   He was awarded the General Service & Victory Medals

William Charles  married Florie JOYCE in Wellingborough on 19th April  1919.

William and Florie had at least two children,

Daughter  (1920)
Daughter  (1922)

William Charles a 29 year old labourer of  19 High Street, Irthlingborough   was recalled to his regiment  on 11th April 1921 under the emergency regulations  introduced during the  general strike of that year and discharged  16th July.

William Charles married Mary COLEMAN in the first  quarter of 1931 in Nottinghamshire.

Florie JOYCE remarried in 1939.

William Charles married Mary COLEMAN again in the second quarter of 1939 in Southwark, London

William and Mary had at least two children

Daughter  [1932]
Son  [1932]

William Charles died age 47 at Lambeth in 1939.

Mary remarried in 1942.

Birth Reference:. GRO   Sep 1892 Lambeth Volume 1d   Page 522 Baptism Reference:   Marriage Reference  : GRO  Jun 1919 Wellingborough Volume  3b   Page 395  & Army Record   & GRO June 1939 Southwark Volume 1d  Page 175 Death Reference:  GRO  Sep 1939 Lambeth  Volume  1d  Page 171 Burial Reference:   Cause of Death: 

Update    28 March 2016 


In Memory of
 WILLIAM H EATLY
[circa 1880     ]
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William's widow Rose appears in the 1910 New York General Directory, living at 414 Miller Avenue, New York.

Update    28 March 2016


WILLIAM HENRY EATLEY

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Resident of New Zealand

Update    28 Sept 2016


In Memory of
WILLIAM HORSMAN EATLY
[1903 - 1980]
 
Photo of William Horsman as a Navy deckboy
Photograph of William Horsman Eatly as 15 year old Merchant Navy Deckboy - Merchant Navy Seamen 1918-1941:  Registrar General of Shipping and Seaman
Adult photograph of William Horsman Eatly courtesy of Jim

William Horsman EATLY was born on 31 December 1903, at 203 Cambridge Road, Willesden, London, England; the fourth child of Richard EATLY [1844 - 1907] and Alice Annie GODDARD [1861 - 1945]

In the census of 2nd April 1911 William's now widowed mother Alice Annie is a 49 year old washerwoman living at 91 Granville Road, West Kilburn, London with her eldest son Frederick William, and her daughters Ellen Ellsworth, Florence Emily and Annie Horsman.   Her two youngest children   William Horsman  and Alice have been put into  the care of  Dr Barnados Homes.  William Horsman, aged 7,  is shown as living with a  foster family a Mr Herbert ELMER, a butcher and baker, his wife Charlotte, their three sons and another foster child  at  Polstead Street, Stoke by Nayland, Suffolk. 

In 1918 William Horsman is a 15 year old deck-boy with the UK Merchant Navy.

William H. married Margaret JONES [1898 - 1980]  in the last quarter of  1925 at Llanelli, Wales.

William H. and Margaret had at least six children.

Frederick William [1926 - 2006]
Hilda Rowena [1928 - 1994]
Son [1931]
Daughter  [1934]
Daughter [1937]
Clifford John [1938 - 2003]

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939  William H is recorded as a labourer residing at 7 Stone Terrace, Llanelly Rural District, Carmarthenshire, Wales  with Margaret and Frederick William a scholar, baby Clifford John and their daughter born 1934 a scholar. 

       William Horsman died in Llanelli, Wales in 1980 at the age of 76.

Margaret died in Llanelli, Wales in the second quarter of 1989 at the age of 90

Birth Reference:. GRO   Mar 1904 Hendon  Volume 3a Page 305
Baptism Reference:  
Marriage Reference  : GRO Dec 1925 Llanelly  Volume 11a   Page 2161
Death Reference:  GRO   Jun 1980 Llanelly   Volume 24   Page 2004
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

Update    28 March 2016 


In Memory of
WILLIAM JAMES EATLY
[1857 - 1920
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William James EATLY was born on 1st August  1857 in Chelsea, London, England, the son of Benjamin EATLY [1830 - 1908]  and Sophia BALL [1828 - 1894]

He appears in the 1861 Census aged three with his parents at 4 Queens Place, Queens Street, Chelsea.

The Census of 1871 shows him a 13 year old scholar living with his parents at 14 Flood Street, Chelsea.

William James EATLY aged 22 bachelor, a bricklayer, of 15 Moore Park Terrace, Fulham the son of  Benjamin EATLY, foreman bricklayer  married Anne BROWN [1864 -   ] aged 19 spinster of 15 Moore Park Terrace  daughter of George BROWN, corn dealer  on 11th July 1880 at the parish church of St John Waltham Green, Fulham, London after banns in the  presence of Benjamin Alfred EATLY and Fanny BROWN.

He and Anne appear in the 1881 census living at 592 Kings Road, Fulham, London, he is a 23 year old bricklayer. The couple then then disappear from the UK records.

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On 9 April 1888, William EATLEY, aged about 30, a butcher of London and his wife Annie, aged about 26, disembarked at New York from the SS Etruria from Liverpool

On September 22 1892  William James EATLEY  of 239 East 75th Street New York City, a  mason,  naturalised as a USA citizen.

Anne appears not to have naturalised  and may have died in New York  as:-

William J. EATLY, son of Benjamin EATLY and Sophia BALL,   married Rosina KAELIN, [29th April 1852 - 1st December 1920] daughter of Felix MARNY and Christina SCHULTZ, on 31st July 1897 in Manhattan, New York, New York, USA.

In the 1st June 1900 Federal Census William James EATLY, a naturalised US citizen, aged 47 a mason who had been unemployed for 4 months is living at Apt 10  221 East 87th Street,  New York.  Both his parents are shown as born in England.   also at the address is his wife Rosina EATLEY aged 48 [born New York April 1852]  whose father is shown as born England and mother born Germany,   and her daughter  Bertha KAELIN aged 26 [born August 1879 New York].  

William J EATLY died at the age of 47 in Kings County, New York on 5th July 1904.

Rosina died at the age of 68 in Kings on 1st December 1920 (Certificate No 27722) at 157 Chestnut Street, Brooklyn the address of her son  Henry A KAELIN.   The letters of administration show Rosina had three children living at the time of her death, Henry A, Bertha now surnamed KOCH and Wilhelmina GEHRING.*

Birth Reference:. GRO  Chelsea Sep 1857  Volume  1a Page 139
Baptism Reference:  
Marriage Reference  1: GRO  Sep 1880 Fulham    Volume 1a Page 419
Marriage Reference 2:  New York Marriages
Certificate No 11795 & IGI Batch No. M006205
Death Reference: 
Burial Reference:  
Cause of Death: 

Naturalisation:  Common Pleas Court New York County  E340/Bundle 710 Record No. 65
*New York, Kings County Estate Files, 1866-1923

Update    28 March 2016 


In Memory of
WILLIAM JOHN
[1822 - 1828]

William John EATLEY was born 14th April 1822 at Manor Street, Chelsea, London  and baptised  on 11th August 1822 at the parish church of  St Luke, Chelsea,  the son of John EATLEY  [c1796]  and Charlotte OSBORNE.

William John died at Camera Street, Chelsea,  and was buried at the parish church of St Luke Chelsea on 17th December 1828 at the age of  6 years

Birth Reference:  Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1906. London Metropolitan Archives
Burial Reference:  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Luke, Chelsea, Grave Register, P74/LUK, Item 277

Updated 22Aug16


In Memory of
WILLIAM J G.
[1918 - 1919]

William J G EATLY was born in the third quarter of  1918 in in Holborn, London the first child of  William Arnold EATLY [1891 - 1950] and Sarah M POOLEY.

William J G sadly died in 1919 in Holborn aged 10 months.

Birth Reference:  GRO   Sep 1918 Holborn Volume 1b Page 724
Death Reference:  GRO   Jun  1919 Holborn Volume 1b Page 528

Updated 22Aug16


In Memory of
WILLIAM SAMUEL EATLY [Samuel William Eatly]
[1909 - 1991]

William Samuel EATLY was born on 5th May 1910 in the St Olave Bermondsey, London registration district, the son of  Samuel EATLY [1870 - 1953] and Catherine Edith EDWARDS [1871 - 1967].

In the census of 2nd April 1911 William Samuel, now shown as Samuel, is living with his parents and his siblings Edith Florence, Epaphroditus Arthur George and Elizabeth Catherine at 83 Cranham Road, South Bermondsey, London.

In the wartime National Register of  26th September 1939, Samuel William EATLY born 5 May 1910 Brass Founder (Stock Keeper), his father Samuel EATLY a Carpenter, mother  Catherine EATLY a housewife,  and siblings  Epaphroditus EATLY born  25 Jan 1904    Laboratory Assistant Air raid warden, George Edmond EATLY born 27 May 1905 Packer / Hairdresser, Elizabeth EATLY born 16 Feb 1908 a Fur Machinist,   and Alfred F EATLY 17 Jan 1912 Brass Founder (Stockkeeper) are residing at  86 Downham Road Hackney, London, England.*     

The death of 82 year old Samuel William EATLY is registered in the City of London  in August 1991.

Samuel William EATLY of 86 Downham Road, Londom N1 died 11 August 1991. Probate 158,498. [ Value in 2016 - 325,114.43]**

Birth Reference:  GRO June 1909 Bermondsey Volume 1d Page 256 
Death Reference: GRO  London City  Volume 14 page 644  
*Ref: RG101/0195G/003/40
**Principal Probate Registry. Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England. London, England

Updated 22Aug16


In memory of
WINIFRED E A. EATLY
[1919 - 1924]

Winifred E A EATLY was born in Holborn, London in the third quarter of  1919, the second child of  William Arnold EATLY  [1891 - 1950]  and Sarah M. POOLEY [1891 - 1954] who had earlier in the year lost their first child William J G

Winifred E.A. died aged 7 in the first quarter of  1924 in Bethnal Green, London.

Birth Reference:  GRO   Sep 1916 Holborn Volume 1b Page 1029
Death Reference:  GRO   Mar 1924 Bethnal Green  Volume 1c Page 159


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