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7101 WILLIAM SHARP circa 1848-

The birth of a William SHARP was registered in 1848.
(GRO March Q 1848 Wisbech 14 182)

From the 1851 census of New Field, Emneth, Norfolk:
William SHARPE, head, aged 31, farmer of 68 acres, born at Emneth, Norfolk;
Susannah SHARPE, wife, aged 29(?), born at Emneth, Norfolk;
Emma SHARPE, daughter, aged 7, born at Emneth, Norfolk;
*William SHARPE, son, aged 3, born at Emneth, Norfolk;
Mary SHARPE, daughter, aged 2, born at Emneth, Norfolk;
Thomas DAWS, servant, aged 22, unmarried, farmer's servant, born at Newton, Cambridgeshire;
John BELL, servant, aged 15, farmer's servant, born at Walton, Norfolk;
Mary CLOW, servant, aged 17, unmarried, house servant, born at Elm, Cambridgeshire.
(HO107/1767/310/23)

The 1861 census of Holly Croft, Emneth, Norfolk:
William SHARP, head, aged 38, farmer occupying 90 acres of land with 1 labourer, born at Emneth, Norfolk;
M. A. SHARP, wife, aged 37, farmer's wife, born at Emneth;
Emma SHARP, daughter, aged 17, scholar,born at Emneth;
*William SHARP, son, aged 14, scholar, born at Emneth;
Mary SHARP, daughter, aged 12, scholar, born at Emneth;
Robert SHARP, son, aged 5, born at Emneth;
Maria SHARP, daughter, aged 2, born at Emneth;
John SHARP, son, aged 9 moths, born at Emneth.
(RG9/1052/129/8)

The marriage between William Neale SHARP and Dorothy GOOSE was registered in 1869.
(GRO December Q 1869 Wisbech 3b 1397)

From the 1871 census of Emneth, Norfolk:
*William Neale SHARP, head, aged 23, farmer of 17 acres, born at Emneth, Norfolk;
Dorothy SHARP, wife, aged 21, born at Walsoken, Norfolk.
(RG10/1619/88/5)

The death of a Dorothy SHARPE [sic] aged 26 was registered in 1876.
(GRO March Q 1876 Wisbech 3b 419)

The marriage between William Neal [sic] SHARP and Hannah CAULTON was registered in 1879.
(GRO June Q 1879 West Derby 8b 527)

NOTES & QUERIES:
The death of a Hannah SHARP aged 35 was registered in 1880.
(GRO March Q 1880 West Derby 8b 205)
NB: There is no proof that this Hannah SHARP was the wife of William Neale SHARP.

The marriage between a William Neal SHARPE [sic] and an Elizabeth WILLIAMS or a Jane Winifred WILLIAMS was registered in 1880.
(GRO September Q 1880 Carnarvon 11b 565)
This may be an entirely different William Neale SHARP

(revised 20.07.2012) 
SHARP, William Neale (I8087)
 
7102 WILLIAM SHAW 1865-

The birth of a William SHAW was registered in 1865.
(GRO March Q 1865 Leeds 9B 407)
NB: certificate required for proof.

Mary Alice TEMPLE married William SHAW in 1893.
(GRO December Q 1893 Lincoln 7a 1015)

The 1901 census of No. 5 Kirton Square, St. Benedict, Lincoln, Lincolnshire:
*William SHAW, head, married, aged 35, boiler maker's labourer, born at Leeds, Yorkshire;
Mary A. SHAW, wife, aged 35, born at Newport, Mon.;
William B. SHAW, son, aged 7, born at Lincoln, Lincolnshire;
Elsy A. SHAW, daughter, aged 3, born at Lincoln, Lincolnshire;
Beatrice A. TEMPLE, daughter-in-law, aged 13, born at Lincoln, Lincolnshire.
RG13/3062/82/8)

(revised 17.06.2012) 
SHAW, William (I9448)
 
7103 WILLIAM SHUTE 1869 or 1870-

The 1901 census of Fernbank, 45 Surrey Road, Camberwell, London:
*William SHUTE, head, aged 31, printing machine minder, born at Bermondsey, London;
EmilySHUTE, wife, aged 30, born at Islington, London;
William SHUTE, son, aged 5, born at Hoxton, London;
Albert E. SHUTE, son, aged 1, born at Peckham, London.
(RG13/512/151/36)

The death of a William SHUTE aged 81 was registered in 1951.
(GRO September Q 1951 Brentwood 4a 296) 
SHUTE, William (I6075)
 
7104 WILLIAM SIDNEY HARVESON 1872-19??

The birth of William Sidney HARVERSON was registered in 1872.
(GRO September Q 1872 Huntingdon 3b 256)

QUERIES:
When and where did he die? The GRO indexes for England and Wales have been searched in vain from 1901 to 2005.
Did he emigrate after the early death of his wife Patience? 
HARVERSON, William Sidney (I4697)
 
7105 WILLIAM SIMS COOK 1850-

The birth of a Walter Sims COOK was registered in 1850.
(GRO June Q 1850 Chesterton [which includes Waterbeach] 14 52)

The marriage between Emma Neale SHARPE and Walter COOK was registered in 1868.
(GRO June Q 1868 North Witchford 3b 926)

From the 1871 census of Well End, March, Cambridgeshire:
*William COOK, head, aged 21, railway engine fitter, born at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire;
Emma COOK, wife, aged 24, born at Emneth, Norfolk;
Emma J. Cook, daughter, aged 3, scholar, born at March, Cambridgeshire;
William J. Cook, son, aged 1, born at March, Cambridgeshire.
(RG10/1610/44/14)

From the 1881 census of the Wakefield-Barnsley Road, Carlton in Barnsley, Yorkshire:
*Walter COOK, head, aged 31, colliery labourer, born at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire;
Emma Elizabeth COOK, wife, aged 34, born at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire [sic];
Emma Jane COOK, daughter, aged 12, scholar, born at March, Cambridgeshire;
William John COOK, son, aged 11, scholar, born at March, Cambridgeshire;
Ernest COOK, son, aged 3, born at Monk Bretton, Yorkshire;
Annie COOK, daughter, aged 1, born at Carlton, Yorkshire;
John COOK, brother, aged 33, married, colliery labourer, born at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire;
Reuben WHITEHEAD, boarder, aged 27, unmarried, colliery lamp man, born at Alshmore [?], Cambridgeshire.
(RG11/4598/49/42)

The 1911 census of 9 Carlton Road, Smithers, Barnsley, Yorkshire:
*Walter COOK, head, aged 61, coal miner, born at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire;
Emma COOK, wife, aged 66, married 42 years, 8 children of whom 4 living, born at Emneth, Norfolk;
Walter MARRIOTT, grandson, aged 31, single, coal miner, born at Smithers, Yorkshire;
Thomas JONES, boarder, aged 33, single, coal miner, born at Ruther, Denbighshire.
(RG14/27597)

NOTES & QUERIES:
1891 Census: Untraced.
1901 Census: Untraced.

(revised 19.07.2012)
 
COOK, Walter Sims (I9414)
 
7106 WILLIAM SKINNER 1834 or 1835-1915

The marriage between Rebecca HUGGINS and William SKINNER was registered in 1864.
(GRO June Q 1864 Sheffield 9c 260)

The 1871 census of 7 Ings Lane, Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lincolnshire:
*William SKINNER, head, aged 37, farmer assistant, born at Kirton, Lincolnshire;
Rebecca SKINNER, wife, aged 36, born at Timberland Dales, Lincolnshire.
(RG10/3427/42/3)

From the 1881 census of Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lincolnshire:
*William SKINNER, head, aged 46, farmer's son, born at Kirton, Lincolnshire;
Rebecca SKINNER, wife aged 45, farmer's wife, born at Timberland, Lincolnshire.
(RG11/3283/45/13)

The 1901 census of house near Police Station, Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lincolnshire:
*William SKINNER, head, aged 67, retired farmer, born at Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lincolnshire;
Rebecca SKINNER, wife, aged 69, born at Timberland Dales, Lincolnshire.
(RG13/3101/35/3)

The death of William SKINNER aged 81 was registered in 1915.
(GRO September Q 1915 Glanford [which includes Kirton-in-Lindsey] 7a 687)

SKINNER William of Kirton-in-Lindsey Lincolnshire died 12 August 1915 Probate Lincoln 6 October to William SKINNER and Henry Redshaw SKINNER farmers.
Effects 1416 5s. 4d.
(National Probate Calendar 1915)

(revised 27.10.2012)
 
SKINNER, William (I645)
 
7107 WILLIAM SLEIGHT

William SLEIGHT married Ann HARRISON at Swineshead in 1812.
(LFHS Marriage Index)

He was dead by 1825 when Ann SLEIGHT widow married William TINSLEY at Swineshead.
(LFHS Marriage Index) 
SLEIGHT, William (I7763)
 
7108 WILLIAM SLEIGHT circa 1842-1918

The birth of a William Tinsley SLEIGHT was registered in 1842.
(GRO September Q 1842 Holbeach 14 394)
No proof that this is the correct entry.

From the 1851 census of Wood Lane, Fleet, Lincolnshire:
Richard SLEIGHT, head, aged 33, farmer of 64 acres, born at Holbeach (sic), Lincolnshire;
Sarah SLEIGHT, wife, aged 37, born at Whaplode, Lincolnshire;
*William SLEIGHT, son, aged 9, scholar, born at Holbeach;
Richard SLEIGHT, son, aged 7, scholar, born at Holbeach;
John SLEIGHT, son, aged 4, born at Holbeach;
Joseph SLEIGHT, son, aged 2, born at Holbeach;
Allice (sic) WATSON, servant, aged 18, born at Gedney;
Joseph WELDING, servant, aged 16, born N.K..
(HO107/2097/444/3)

From the 1861 census of Redlow Drove, Moulton, Lincolnshire:
Elizabeth RICHARDSON, head, aged 48, widow, farmer of 100 acres employing 1 labourer, born at Wrangle;
Samuel HUDEL, servant, aged 20, farm servant, born at Gedney, Lincolnshire;
Sarah JOHNSON, servant, aged 19, dairy maid, born at Spalding, Lincolnshire;
*William SLIGHT (sic), servant, aged 18, farm servant, born at Holbeach.
(RG9/2325/37/21)

Eliza COLBORN and William SLEIGHT were married at St. Peter's Church, Monkwearmouth, Sunderland, County Durham, on 11 September 1865.
(GRO September Q 1865 Sunderland 10a 643)

From the 1871 census of 8 Wilson Street, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham:
*William SLIGHT (sic), head, aged 27, driller, born at Holbeach, Lincolnshire;
Eliza SLIGHT (sic), wife, aged 24, born at Walsoken;
Mary E. SLIGHT (sic), daughter, aged 1, born at Sunderland, County Durham.
(RG10/5002/34/62)

The 1881 census of the Cross Keys Public House, St. Mary Extra, South Stoneham, Hampshire:
*William SLEIGHT, head, aged 36, labourer in a sugar refinery, born at Holbeach, Lincolnshire;
Eliza SLEIGHT, wife, aged 33, beer house keeper, born at Walsoken near Wisbech;
Mary E. SLEIGHT, daughter, aged 11, scholar, born at Sunderland, Co. Durham;
George W. SLEIGHT, son, aged 9, scholar, born at Sunderland, Co. Durham;
Martha C. SLEIGHT, daughter, aged 7, scholar, born at Sunderland, Co. Durham;
James E. SLEIGHT, son, aged 5, scholar, born at Pensher, Co. Durham;
Amy SLEIGHT, daughter, aged 3, scholar, born at St. Mary Extra, South Stoneham, Co. Durham;
John T. F. SLEIGHT, son, aged 18 months, born at St. Mary Extra, South Stoneham, Hampshire;
Charles E. SLEIGHT, son, aged 3 weeks, born at St. Mary Extra, South Stoneham, County Durham.
(RG11/1217/103/25)

The death of William SLEIGHT aged 74 was registered in 1918, i.e. born in 1843 or 1844.
(GRO June Q 1918 S. Shields 10a 943)

(revised 23.11.2008) 
SLEIGHT, William (I7702)
 
7109 WILLIAM SMITH HUDSON 1837 or 1838-1915

From the 1841 census of Church End, West Walton, Norfolk:
William SMITH, aged 70, grocer, born in Norfolk;
Ellen SMITH, aged 65, born in Norfolk;
James HUDSON, aged 25, agricultural labourer, born in Norfolk;
Eliza HUDSON, aged 25, born in Norfolk;
*William HUDSON, aged 3, born in Norfolk;
Eliza HUDSON, aged 1, born in Norfolk;
John HINES, aged 50, independant, born in Norfolk;
Hannah LEE, aged 12, female servant, born in Norfolk;
Robert FREEMAN, aged 15, shoe maker's apprentice.
(HO107/770/13/31/6)
It is unclear whether William and Ellen SMITH were neighbours or part of the HUDSON household. It is probable that they were Eliza HUDSON's parents.

The 1851 census return of Boroughfield, West Walton, Norfolk:
James HUDSON, head, aged 36, agricultural labourer, born at West Walton;
Eliza HUDSON, wife, aged 38, born at Stow Bridge, Norfolk;
*William HUDSON, son, aged 13, scholar, born at Newton, Norfolk (sic);
Eliza HUDSON, daughter, aged 11, scholar, born at West Walton;
James HUDSON, son, aged 9, scholar, born at West Walton;
Townsend HUDSON, aged 5, scholar, born at West Walton;
Augustine HUDSON, aged 3, born at West Walton;
Hannah HUDSON, aged 11 months, born at West Walton
(HO107/1766/577/9)

According to the 1851 census of Boroughfield, West Walton, Norfolk, he was born at Newton, Norfolk (HO/107/1766/577/9).

The 1861 census of Broad Gate Road, Sutton St. Edmonds, Lincolnshire:
Matthew CLARKE, head, aged 29, carter, born at Newton, Cambridgeshire;
Eliza CLARKE, wife, aged 21, born at West Walton, Norfolk;
Matthew CLARKE, son, aged 4 months, born at Sutton St. Edmonds;
*Wm HUDSON, brother-in-law, aged 23, agricultural labourer, born at Newton;
Robert RAYNOR, aged 48, widower, agricultural labourer, born at West Wrating (sic), Norfolk.
(RG9/2326/70/3)

The 1871 census of Dam Road, West Walton, Norfolk (next door to Patience EDGOOSE):
Robert HORSLEY, head, aged 64, bricklayer, born at North Runcton, Norfolk;
Mary Ann HORSLEY, wife, aged 53, born at Butley, Suffolk;
*William Smith HUTSON (sic), lodger, aged 32, unmarried, carter, born at Newton, Cambridgeshire;
Thomas HALL, lodger, aged 32, agricultural labourer, born at West Walton;
Jacob HALL, lodger, aged 28, agricultural labourer, born at West Walton.
(RG10/1617/76/8)

William Smith HUDSON married a Hannah NIXON in 1873.
(GRO December Q. 1873 Wisbeach 3b 1414)
Her maiden name was almost certainly READER.

The 1881 census return for Dam Road, West Walton, Norfolk:
*William Smith HUDSON, head, aged 43, farm labourer, born at Newton, Cambridgeshire;
Hannah HUDSON, wife, aged 43, labourer's wife, born at Walpole, Norfolk;
Samuel READER, wife's brother, aged 39, agricultural labourer, born at Tydd Gote, Lincolnshire;
Vessey William HUDSON, son, aged 3, born at West Walton.
(RG11/1697/81/7)

In the 1891 census for Dam Road, West Walton, are listed:
*William S. HUDSON, head, aged 53, fruit dealer, born Newton, Cambridgeshire;
Hannah HUDSON, wife, aged 53, born Walpole, Norfolk;
Ves. Will. HUDSON, a 13 year old scholar, born at West Walton. (RG12/1306/60/8)

The 1901 census of West Walton, Norfolk:
*William Smith HUDSON, head, aged 63, farmer on own account, born at Newton, Cambridgeshire;
Hannah HUDSON, wife, aged 63, born at Walpole;
Vessey William HUDSON, son, aged 23, single, deal porter, born at West Walton;
Harriet Ethel MOTT, visitor, aged 20, single, domestic housemaid, born at Upwell, Norfolk.
(RG13/1557/57/7)

The death of a William S. HUDSON was registered in 1915.
(GRO June Q 1915 Wisbeach 3b 722)

(revised 30.05.2006) 
HUDSON, William Smith (I1642)
 
7110 WILLIAM SMITHE or SMYTHE -1614

'The ivth daye WILLM SMYTHE laborer' buried at Spalding, Lincolnshire. 
SMITHE, William (I105)
 
7111 WILLIAM SPAFFORD 1753 or 1754-1821


William SPAFFORD of Broughton, Lincolnshire, married Elizabeth WADESON at Beckingham, Lincolnshire, on 3 September 1778. Witnesses were John DARCY and Richd STANFIELD
(LFHS Marriage Index 1700-1837 Volume 2)

William SPAFFORD was buried at Beckingham, Lincolnshire, on 18 April 1821 aged 67.
(NBI)


NOTES & QUERIES:
When and where was William SPAFFORD baptised?


(revised 15.07.2017) 
SPAFFORD, William (I970)
 
7112 WILLIAM SPAFFORD 1802-1828


William, son of William and Elizabeth SPAFFORD, was baptised at Beckingham, Lincolnshire, on 21 August 1802.
(PR) 
SPAFFORD, William (I5003)
 
7113 WILLIAM SPAFFORD 1822-1899

William, son of Thomas and Mary SPAFFORD of Beckingham, was baptised at Beckingham, Lincolnshire, on 22 August 1822.
(PR)

Anne SWAIN married William SPAFFORD in 1847.
(GRO December 1847 Newark 15 1057).

William SPAFFORD witnessed the wedding of George SPAFFORD to Clarissa EDGOOSE at Marston, Lincolnshire on 29 October 1849.

From the 1851 census of Marston, Lincolnshire:
William SWAIN, head, aged 74, married, agricultural labourer, born at Normanton, Lincolnshire;
*William SPAFFORD, son-in-law, aged 28, wheelwright (Master no man), born at Beckingham, Lincolnshire;
Arthur SPAFFORD, grandson, aged 2, born at Marston, Lincolnshire;
Ann SPAFFORD, daughter, aged 29, married, housekeeper, born at Marston;
Alfred SPAFFORD, grandson, under 7 months, born at Marston, Lincolnshire.
(HO107/2138/204/16)

Ann WHYLEY married William SPAFFORD in 1860.
(GRO June Q 1860 Lincoln 7a 931)

From the 1881 census of Newark Road, Bracebridge, Lincolnshire:
*William SPAFFORD, head, aged 58, wheelwright at works, born at Beckingham, Lincolnshire;
Ann SPAFFORD, wife, aged 43, born at Marston, Lincolnshire;
Walter SPAFFORD, son, aged 19, general labourer, unmarried, born at Lincoln;
Mary A. SPAFFORD, daughter, aged 15, servant domestic, born at Bracebridge, Lincolnshire;
Bernard SPAFFORD, son, aged 6, scholar, born at Bracebridge, Lincolnshire.
(RG11/3238/115/36)

He was a threshing machine maker in 1891.
(census)

According to Ben Morandi he died on 23 May 1899. The death of a 76 year old William SPAFFORD was registered in 1899.
(GRO June Q 1899 Lincoln 7a 318)

He was buried in Canwick Road Cemetery, Lincoln, on 26 May 1899 aged 76.
(NBI)


(revised 20.12.2016) 
SPAFFORD, William (I962)
 
7114 WILLIAM SPAFFORD 1839-1907

From the 1851 census of Langford, Nottinghamshire:
John SPAFFORD, head, aged 46, shoeing smith, born at Beckingham, Lincolnshire;
Elizabeth SPAFFORD, wife, aged 42, born at Beckingham, Lincolnshire;
Robert SPAFFORD, son, aged 12, harness boy, born at Langford, Nottinghamshire;
*William SPAFFORD, son, aged 11, harness boy, born at Langford, Nottinghamshire;
John SPAFFORD, son, aged 9, scholar, born at Langford, Nottinghamshire;
George SPAFFORD, son, aged 7, scholar, born at Langford, Nottinghamshire;
Harriet SPAFFORD, daughter, aged 6, born at Langford, Nottinghamshire;
Emily SPAFFORD, daughter, aged 4, born at Langford, Nottinghamshire.
(HO107/2136/11/14)

From the 1861 census of Langford, Nottinghamshire:
John SPAFFORD, head, aged 54, blacksmith, born at Beckingham, Nottinghamshire [sic];
Elizabeth SPAFFORD, wife, aged 51, born at Beckingham, Nottinghamshire [sic];
*William SPAFFORD, son, aged 21, born at Langford, Nottinghamshire;
Elizebeth SPAFFORD, daughter, aged 26, born at Langford, Nottinghamshire;
Emiley SPAFFORD, daughter, aged 14, born at Langford, Nottinghamshire.
(RG9/2476/14/3)

No registration of a marriage between a William SPAFFORD and a Jane FIRTH has been found, but a William STAFFORD [sic] married a Jane FEARN [sic] in Burton-on-Trent Registration District [which included Repton] in 1863.
(GRO September Q 1863 Burton 6b 415.
NB: Note the presence of a John FEARN in the 1871 census below.

From the 1871 census of C Canes Row, Newark, Nottinghamshire:
*William Spafford, head, aged 31, blacksmith, born at Langford, Nottinhamshire;
Jane SPAFFORD, wife age 37, born at Repton, Derbyshire;
John W. SPAFFORD, son, aged 3, born at Newhall, Derbyshire;
Gertrude E. SPAFFORD, daughter, aged 6 months, born at Newark, Nottinghamshire;
John FEARN, boarder, unmarried, aged 23, painter, born at Repton, Derbyshire;
C. H. PALMER, boarder, aged 17, unmarried, clerk, born at Derby, Derbyshire.
(RG10/3541/24/5)

The death of WILLIAM SPAFFORD was registered in 1907.
(GRO March Q 1907 Newark 7b 342)

(revised 06.10.2012) 
SPAFFORD, William (I5389)
 
7115 WILLIAM STANTON 1744-

WILLIAM baseborn son of Mrs. SUSAN STANTON widow was baptised at Newton-in-the-Isle, Cambridgeshire, on 22 October 1744. 
STANTON, William (I2539)
 
7116 WILLIAM STANTON 1766-

According to L. A. BULLWINKLE he was probably baptised at Parson Drove in 1766.

On 14 September 1779 a WILLIAM STANTON was apprenticed to WM THORNTON of Wisbech St. Peter in the sum of 15 from 19 March 1779 for ten years as a staymaker (Cambridgeshire Apprentices Bonds).

(Mentioned in father's will 1810) 
STANTON, William (I1540)
 
7117 WILLIAM STENT 1825-1900

The 1891 census of Tices Cottages, Cemetery Road, Aldershot, Hampshire:
*William STENT, head, aged 66, cowkeeper, born at Godalming, Surrey;
Caroline STENT, wife, aged 66, born at Aldershot, Hampshire;
William JOY, servant, single, aged 19, servant general, born at Elstead, Surrey.
(RG12/564/78/48)

The death of a William STENT aged 72 was registered in 1900.
(GRO March Q 1900 Farnham 2a 116)

(revised 20.11.2012) 
STENT, William (I6996)
 
7118 WILLIAM STENT 1851 or 1852-1925

The birth registration of William STENT has not been traced. Elstead, Surrey, was in Hambledon registration district.

The 1861 census of Baitmans Cottages, Aldershot, Hampshire:
John CHUTER, head, aged 60, agricultural labourer, born at Aldershot;
Catherine CHUTER, wife, aged 59, born at Aldershot;
David CHUTER, son, aged 20, wheelwright, born at Aldershot;
William CAN....(?), nephew, aged 14, scholar, born at Tongham, Surrey;
*Wiliam STENT, aged 9, born at Elstead, Surrey.
(RG9/430/152/25)

From the 1871 census. Address illegible but probably off North Lane, Aldershot, Hampshire:
Catherine SUTER (sic), head, aged 68, widow, cow keeper, born at Aldershot;
*William STENT, nephew, aged 19, single, servant, born at Elstead, Surrey;
Elizabeth WALKER, servant, aged 17, single, servant, born at Aldershot.
(RG10/817/13/22)

The marriage between William STENT and Eliza HALL was registered in 1876.
(GRO December Q 1876 Farnham 2a 151)

The 1911 census of 3 Rose Villas, Institute Road, Aldershot, Hampshire:
*William STENT, head, aged 59, carpenter and joiner, born at Elstead, Surrey;
Eliza STENT, wife, aged 57, married 32 years, 8 children of whom 7 living, born at Badshot Lea, Surrey;
Ethel STENT, daughter, aged 27, single, domestic service, born at Aldershot, Hampshire;
May STENT, daughter, aged 20, single, domestic service, born at Aldershot, Hampshire;
Rignold (= Reginald) STENT, son, aged 18, single, cyclist mechanic, born at Aldershot, Hampshire;
Elsie STENT, daughter, aged 13, school, born at Aldershot, Hampshire.
(RG14/3120)
NB: A marriage in 1876 would have lasted about 35 years by 1911.

The death of William STENT aged 74 was registered in 1925.
(GRO December 1925 Farnham 2a 194)

"STENT William of 3 Rose-villas Institute-road Aldershot Hampshire died 25 November 1925 Probate London 23 December to Walter John GILES carpenter.
Effects 759 17s. 11d."
(National Probate Calendar 1925)

(revised 21.11.2012) 
STENT, William (I6997)
 
7119 WILLIAM STEVENS 1873-1962

The birth of two children named William STEVENS were registered at Nottingham in 1873:
March Q 1873 7b 308
March Q 1873 7b 290

The marriage between Elizabeth Florence HORRY and William STEVENS was registered in 1894.
(GRO December Q 1894 Nottingham 7b 624)

From the 1901 census of Elliotts Yard, Nottingham North East, Nottinghamshire:
*William STEVENS, head, married, aged 28, printer's press reader, born in Nottinghamshire;
Elizabeth STEVENS, wife, married, aged 26, born at South Lambeth, London;
Annie STEVENS, daughter, aged 5, born in Nottinghamshire;
Lily STEVENS, daughter, aged 4, born in Nottinghamshire;
Willie STEVENS, son, aged 2, born in Nottinghamshire;
Henry COOPER. boarder, aged 80, framework knitter hosiery man, born at Hathern, Leicestershire.
(RG13/3173/8/7)

From the 1911 census of 51 Dane Street, St. Alfred Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire:
*William STEVENS, head, aged 37, married, newspaper press reader, born in Nottingham;
Elizabeth STEVENS, wife, aged 36, married 16 years, 3 children, 2 living, born at South Lambeth, London;
Annie Elizabeth STEVENS, daughter, aged 15, single, cardboard box maker, born at Nottingham;
William Henry STEVENS, son, aged 12, school, born in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire.
(RG14/20559)

NOTES & QUERIES:
The death of his wife Elizabeth Florence STEVENS was registered in 1955. If her husband's death was registered in the Nottingham Registration District there is only one records which fits:
William STEVENS December Q 1942 aged 69 Nottingham 7b 365

(revised 13.02.2016)
 
STEVENS, William (I10851)
 
7120 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SWAIN, W. (I9457)
 

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