HOBBS family Newland and South Gloucestershire (Parish Records)

by middleton @, Wednesday, October 17, 2012, 19:48 (2859 days ago)

Hello,I am not very good at this but need help finding information about my grandparents who lived and died in Newland.They were William and Maud Hobbs . I think they moved to Newland from Bristol Stephen was born there 12 6 1921, my father. My grandparents details.William B1878 D1954 Maud nee Horder B1885 D1950 I have come up against a blank Many thanks for any help Trudie

Stephen Henry HOBBS 1921

by ChrisW @, Wednesday, October 17, 2012, 20:06 (2859 days ago) @ middleton

Baptism for Stephen:

Record_ID: 1028949
Entry_Number: 443
Year: 1921
Month: Aug
Day: 28
Parents_Surname: HOBBS
Child_Forenames: Stephen Henry
Fathers_Forenames: William
Mothers_Forenames: Maud
Mothers_Surname:
Residence: Newland
Occupation: Chauffer
Officiating_Minister: A Noott Lecturer
Event: Baptism
Memoranda:
Notes:
Register_Reference: P227 IN 1/24
Page_Number: 56
Parish_Chapel: Newland
Soundex: H120

William HOBBS/Maud HOLDER

by m p griffiths @, Wednesday, October 17, 2012, 20:06 (2859 days ago) @ middleton

Starting with their marriage:

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Marriage A/M/J Qtr 1905

Chipping S District: (Gloucestershire)

William HOBBS
Maud HOLDER


1911 Census, Glos. Almondsbury

William HOBBS, 33, Coachman Domestic, born Glos. Almondsbury
Maud HOBBS - 26 - born Glos. Coalpit Heath ****

married 5 years, no children

(William and Maud - have estate workers as neighbours, and a few doors away is Hiatt Cowles BAKER, age 49, born in Bristol, a Merchant at Oaklands, Almondsbury + wife Abagail and 1 son (married 15 years) There are 15 on the 1911 census with visitors, parlour maids etc. - William may have worked for them)


National Probate Register. Hiatt Cowles BAKER died 19 September 1934 at Oaklands. Effects £498,979 9s 7d.

Hiatt's mother was Hannah - daughter of John HIATT and Myrila HIATT of Mirables Farm, Dymock
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Birth : J/A/S Qtr 1921 - Monmouth District

Stephen H HOBBS - mother's maiden name: HARDER


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HOBBS
1881 Census, Almondsbury, Glos

Charles - 45, Ag. Lab. - born Thornbury
Ann - 39 - born Rangeworth
George - 18 - born Alveston
Charles 16 - born Alveston
Eliza A - 11 - born Almondsbury
Thomas - 9
William - 3
Stephen H - 9 months (seems a family name)

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Looking at the 1861 Census, Thornbury

HOBBS
Charles - 27 - born Glos. Rangeworthy
Ann - 20 - born Tytherington
Eliza - 2 - months, born Thornbury

(marriage A/M/J Qtr 1860 Thornbury District, Ann nee BARTON
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1991 Census, Almondsbury,
Woodhouse, Almondsbury, nr Bristol

HOBBS

Charles - 76 - married 51 years, 10 children born alive, 7 living, 3 dead, born Rangeworth
Ann - 69 - born Itchington, Glos
Anni HOBBS, unmarried daughter - 25 - born Almondsbury


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**** Ancestry National Probate Records

1951

HOBBS

Maud of The Bungalow, Newland, Gloucestershire (wife of William HOBBS) died 29 October 1950 Adminstration Gloucestershire 1 February to the said William Hobbs retired chauffeur. Effects £773. 8s. 11d.


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1901 Census, Almondsbury
Coalpit Heath

Maud HORDER age 16, is a General Domestic Servant, for William HELLIER (Brick Yard Manager) + his wife and child

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1891 Census, Frampton Cotterell
Coalpitt Heath (Maud says she was born there 1911 census)


HORDER

Charles - 34 - Coalminer, all born Glos. F Cotterell
Sarah A - 34
Florence M L - 17 - Tailoress
Frederick - 14 Scholar
Joseph - 9
Maud - 6
Wilberforce - 4
Antonetta - 2
Ann GOWING - mother - Widow - 73 Sextoness Church - born Uley

Hiatt Cowles BAKER/HIATT

by m p griffiths @, Thursday, October 18, 2012, 22:26 (2858 days ago) @ m p griffiths

In previous reply - stated that on the 1911 census, William (Coachman) and Maud HOBBS were just a few doors away from Hiatt Cowles BAKER, a Merchant born in Bristol.


His parents William BAKER and Hannah (daughter of John HIATT and Myrila of Mirables Farm, Dymock ) married in Newent 1856


http://www.cliftonrfchistory.co.uk/index.htm

Under Heading:
List of Members

B

Down the list to Baker, Hiatt Cowles - click on the name - and photographs/census returns etc.


FOD records

Marriage at Dymock - 24 September 1856

William Mills BAKER, age 25, Bachelor, Draper
residence: Christ Church, Bristol

father: Thomas BAKER, Farmer

married

Hannah HIATT - age 23, Spinster
father: John HIATT, Farmer
by licence


witnesses: Charles HIATT, T M BAKER, Thos. BAKER, Frederick LYNCH

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1851 Census, Dymock
Mirables Farm

HIATT

John - 79 - Farmer 137 acres employing 3 labourer, born Glos, Dymock
Myrtilda - 57 - Farmer's wife - born Dymock
Hannah - 17 - born Dymock
Myrtilda COCKS Visitor 11 - born Hereford, Ledbury
Rose Ellen FALLOW - 6 - all born Glos. Dymock
Emilia BURTON - 25 - House Servant
George HODGES - 19 - Farm Labourer
William HODGES - 14
George PHILLIPS - 13


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FOD records

Children of John & Myrtilla HIATT (nee COWLES)

at Dymock

John - 1824
Richard - 1825
Charles - 1827
Sarah Myrtilla - 1831
Hannah - 1833
Matthew Edward - 1834


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1841 Census, Dymock

Elizabeth COWLES - Schoolmistress, 45 - not born in County
Sarah HIATT - 9 - born in County
Ann BUTT - 9


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Church of Latter Day Saints

Myrilla COWLES - baptism 3 October 1792
Saint Nicholas, Gloucester, parents: George & Mary

and also marriage

Myrtille COWLES - John HIATT, 15 August 1822, Swansea St Mary

Charles HOBBS marriage Thornbury 1860

by ChrisW @, Wednesday, October 17, 2012, 22:58 (2859 days ago) @ middleton

Bit more info for Charles/Ann marriage on Scribe's Alcove:

MARRIAGE: 21 Apr 1860 at Thornbury

GROOM BRIDE
NAME: Charles Hobbs Ann Barton
AGE: 26 19
STATUS: Bachelor Spinster
OCCUPATION: Labourer
ABODE: Rangeworthy Alvestone
FATHER: James Hobbs Thomas Barton
FATHER'S OCCUPATION: Labourer Labourer

WITNESSES: James Hobbs, Elizabeth Howell Barton

Looks like other possible records for your family on the same site:
http://www.scribes-alcove.co.uk/searchpage.php

HOBBS/ISAAC/CLEMMENTS

by m p griffiths @, Thursday, October 18, 2012, 09:06 (2858 days ago) @ ChrisW

Charles HOBBS - father James


Gloucestershire Baptism Index

Baptisms at Rangeworthy Holy Trinity


parents: James (labourer) and Eliza


Charles Thomas - 29 September 1833
Alfred - 27 December 1835


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1841 Census, Glos Iron Gate
Wotton Road

HOBBS

James - 33 - Hallier, all born in County
Eliza - 30
George - 11
Charles - 8
Alfred - 6
Eliza - 4
James - 1

1851 Census, Rangeworthy

HOBBS

James - 44 - Haulier, born Rangeworthy
Eliza - 46 - born Glos. Cromhall
Alfred - 14
James - 11
Hannah - 9
Jane - 7
William - 4

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On the 1851 Census, Charles HOBBS age 17 - is working at Wickwar, Glos as a House Servant to a Farmer.

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1861 Census, Thornbury
Hamlet of Rangeworthy

HOBBS

James - 55, Farmer of 10 acres, born Glos. Rangeworthy
Eliza - 50 - born Cromhall
James - 20 - Farm Servant, all born Rangeworthy
Jane - 16 - Domestic Servant
William - 13 - Farm Servant
Mary - 9 - Domestic Servant

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1871 Census, Rangeworthy

HOBBS

James - 66 - Farmer of 15 Acres, born Rangeworthy
Eliza A - 61 - born Cromhall
and three unmarried children at home
Hannah - 28 -
William - 24 Ag Lab
Mary - 20 - Seamstress

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Gloucestershire Marriage Index

Marriage at Rangeworthy - 10 April 1830

James HOBBS and Eliza ISAAC.


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Church of Latter Day Saints

Baptism at Cromhall, Gloucestershire
29 May 1811

Eliza ISAAC, mother: Anne ISAAC


and

Baptism at Rangeworthy, Gloucestershire

parents James & Annie HOBBS

James - 15 June 1805
Elisa - born 21 May 1807, christened 26 August 1807
Charles - born 9 April 1809, christened 18 May 1809 ***

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Gloucestershire Marriage Index

James HOBBS (Widower) married Anne CLEMMENTS - 8 February 1802


*** 1851 Census, Wickwar

Charles HOBBS - 42, born Rangeworthy
Susanna - 30 - from Cromhall
William - 18 - born Cromhall
Charles - 4 - born Wickwar


Gloucestershire Marriage Index, Charles HOBBS of Mackin, Mon, married Susannah ECOTT at Cromhall, 6 September 1832

BARTON + Thomas BARTON (sentenced for Night Poaching)

by m p griffiths @, Thursday, October 18, 2012, 13:33 (2858 days ago) @ m p griffiths

Ann BARTON - born Tytherington - (father Thomas BARTON)age 19 on her marriage to Charles HOBBS in 1860.

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1851 Census, Tytherington, Glos
Itchington


BARTON

Thomas - 40 - born Itchington c1811
Ann - 36 - born Cam
Elizabeth Howell Barton - daughter - 11 - born Itchington
Ann - 9
Thomas - 6
Lucy - 3
James - 1


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1841 Census, Tytherington

Betty BARTON - 65 - Nurse - all born in County
Thomas - 30
Ann - 25
George - 3
Elizabeth - 1


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Gloucestershire Baptism Index from 1813 - Tytherington

Children of James (labourer/farmer) and Elizabeth

George - 28 November 1813
Susannah Howell BARTON - 8 May 1825.

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Church of Latter Day Saints - Baptisms a Tytherington pre 1813 (James & Elizabeth BARTON)

James - 31 March 1803
Mary - 8 August 1805
Sarah - 21 June 1807
Mary - 8 August 1805
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Gloucestershire Burial Index

Tytherington

James BARTON, age 61 - 14 December 1835 residence, Itchington
Betty BARTON, age 75 - 15 April 1849


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Gloucestershire Genealogical Database have a Prison Record of Thomas BARTON (labourer) age 24 - 12 January 1835 - Tytherington.


Ancestry - 24 April 1835 - Thomas BARTON Age 24 was sentenced for 9 months for Night Poaching - listed are many men from various places convicted of Night Poaching at this 'sitting' - inc a Jacob YOUNG a Stonemason from Tytherington. Most of them received prison sentences, 3 were transported for 7 years.


Night Poaching Act 1828

BARTON + Thomas BARTON (sentenced for Night Poaching)

by middleton @, Friday, October 19, 2012, 19:11 (2857 days ago) @ m p griffiths

First of all many thanks to all who have helped me. now all i have to do is go through the details. Is there any records for Newland Churchyard plots i know William and Maud do not have a stone to the grave, I need to find them now. Once again many thanks.TM

Newland Churchyard Records

by Jefff @, West London, Middlesex, Friday, October 19, 2012, 21:00 (2857 days ago) @ middleton

I've quickly searched this forum without success in finding clues as to burial plot records for Newland. Unfortunately the searchbox from the website homepage doesn't seem to be working to help with this, have you searched the Documents & Articles section for example ? As you probably know the Old Photos section does carry some memorial photos altho of course not your Hobbs family.

Newland Church full contact details are on this webpage of their excellent website, I suggest contacting them if this FoD FH site doesn't have any plot records.

http://www.allsaintsnewland.btck.co.uk/

Also
http://www.newlandparishcouncil.gov.uk/Core/Newland-PC/Pages/History__and__Now_1.aspx

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