Individual Notes

Note for:   Elizabeth Burch,   ABT 1852 -          Index

Census:   
     Date:   7 APR 1861
     Place:   Nether Winchendon



Individual Notes

Note for:   Emma Burch,   ABT 1853 -          Index

Census:   
     Date:   7 APR 1861
     Place:   Nether Winchendon



Individual Notes

Note for:   David Burch,   ABT 1855 -          Index

Census:   
     Date:   7 APR 1861
     Place:   Nether Winchendon



Individual Notes

Note for:   Frederic Burch,   ABT 1858 -          Index

Census:   
     Date:   7 APR 1861
     Place:   Nether Winchendon



Individual Notes

Note for:   John Train,   ABT 1817 - 1888         Index

Occupation:   Stone Cutter

Census:   
     Date:   7 APR 1861
     Place:   Chudleigh, Devon


Individual Notes

Note for:   William Templer,   ABT 1807 - 1818         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   15 MAY 1818
     Place:   Wendlebury, Oxfordshire


Individual Notes

Note for:   John Templer,   SEP 1820 - APR 1822         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   26 APR 1822
     Place:   Wendlebury, Oxfordshire


Individual Notes

Note for:   Richard Gaywood,   12 MAR 1838 - 1838         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   12 JUN 1838
     Place:   St. Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex

Birth Note:    Source Baptism record



Individual Notes

Note for:   Richard Gaywood,   1777 - 24 DEC 1851         Index

Occupation:   Lighterman

Census:   
     Date:   6 JUN 1841
     Place:   Rotherhithe, Surrey

Census:   
     Date:   30 MAR 1851
     Place:   Rotherhithe, Surrey

Event:   
     Type:   Granted Freedom of the City
     Date:   29 JAN 1811
     Place:   London, City
     Note:   Smith Mayor
Tuesday the 29th January 1811 and in the 31st year of the Reign of George the third of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland King
Upon reading the humble Petition of Richard Gaywood and the Report of James Shaw Bart. Thomas Smith Esquire and Samuel Birch Esquire Aldermen it appearing that the Petitioner was the son of John Gaywood Citizen and gardner and was born after his fathers Admission to the freedom of this City whereby he had a right to the same in the said Company of Gardners but for particular reasons prayed to be admitted by the redemption in the Company of Joiners paying a small fine it is ordered that he be admitted into the Freedom of this City by Redemption in the said Company of Joiners paying unto Mr Chamberlain for this Citys use the sum of Forty Six Shillings and Eight Pence
Woodthorpe
Admitted to the Freedom of the Company of Joiners

Event:   
     Type:   Mentioned in document
     Date:   28 AUG 1817
     Place:   Rotherhithe, Surrey
     Note:   Source Thames Watermen & Lightermen Apprenticeship Bindings
John GAYWOOD apprenticed to Richard GAYWOOD until 16/09/1824

Event:   
     Type:   Mentioned in document
     Date:   22 MAR 1821
     Place:   City of London
     Note:   Original Indenture seen.
John Steel is apprenticed as a Lighterman to Richard Gaywood, Citizen and Joiner.
Editors Note: a Joiner is the archaic term for Lghterman.

Event:   
     Type:   Mentioned in document
     Date:   20 SEP 1821
     Place:   Rotherhithe, Surrey
     Note:   Source Thames Watermen & Lightermen Apprenticeship Bindings
James GAYWOOD on 20/09/1821 at Rotherhithe
to Richard GAYWOOD until 08/10/1828

Event:   
     Type:   Mentioned in document
     Date:   10 SEP 1825
     Place:   City of London
     Note:   Original Indenture seen.
Thomas Steel is apprenticed as a Lighterman to Richard Gaywood, Citizen and Joiner.
Editors Note: a Joiner is the archaic term for Lghterman. (looks a bit like Mariner in this indenture)

Event:   
     Type:   Mentioned in document
     Date:   1829
     Place:   Westminster, London
     Note:   Left 100 in the Will of his father, John GAYWOOD

Burial:   
     Date:   2 JAN 1852
     Place:   Rotherhithe, Surrey

Death Note:    Died on Twenty fourth December 1851
at 2 Paradise Street
Richard GAYWOOD male aged 74 years a Lighterman
Cause
Asthma Many years Certified
Informant
Henry TAYLOR in attendance of Manor House
Lower Road Rotherhithe
Registered
31/12/1851