Ancestors of Adam and Emma Jackson


John Henry C BOULTWOOD-B0204 was born 1 on 12 Aug 1903 in Marylebone, London. He died 2 on 18 Feb 1988 in Blackburn, Lancashire. John married 3 Emily HOWSON-H0204 about May 1945 in Blackburn, Lancashire.

John was counted in a census on 2 Apr 1911 in 22, Cochrane St, St John's Wood, London.

John was the eldest son of Henry Robert Boultwood, a London Taxi Driver, from Tunbridge Wells and his wife Emily Lucretia from Bath.

Emily HOWSON [Parents]-H0204 was born 1, 2 on 5 Jul 1909 in Blackburn, Lancashire. She died 3 in Oct 1968 in Blackburn, Lancashire. Emily married 4 John Henry C BOULTWOOD-B0204 about May 1945 in Blackburn, Lancashire.

Emily was counted in a census on 2 Apr 1911 in 4, Walter Street, Blackburn, Lancashire.

In the Sep 1939 register, Emily is shown working as a Mental Nurse at the Bexley Mental Hospital, Oakfield Lane in Dartford, Kent.

They had the following children.

  M i David John BOULTWOOD-B0109.

William LAMB [Parents] 1, 2-L0601 # was born 3 in Jan 1809 in East Stoke, Nottinghamshire. He was christened 4 on 30 Jan 1809 in the Church of Saint Oswald in East Stoke, Nottinghamshire. He died 5 about May 1886 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire. William married 6 Marianne Sentelia HINAS-H0611 # on 8 Jul 1833 in Chinsurah, Bengal, India.

William was counted in a census 7 on 30 Mar 1851 in Clinton Street, Newark, Nottinghamshire. He was counted in a census 8 on 8 Apr 1861 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire. He was counted in a census 9 on 2 Apr 1871 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire. He was counted in a census 10 on 3 Apr 1881 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire. He worked as Chelsea Pensioner; Cottager.

William enlisted in the 16th (Bedfordshire) Regiment of Foot on the 13th October 1827 in Stamford, Nottinghamshire. After just over a year of training he was posted to the East Indies to join his regiment - arriving on the 22nd November 1828.

Relevant Postings of the Regiment:
1820 - Landed at Columbo on February 20th
1821 - In August they marched to Kandy, returning to Columbo in 1824.
1826 - Left Columbo for Pont de Galle in July
1828 - Moved to Bengal, leaving Ceylon in four detachments starting November and the final group landing at Calcutta by January 1829, where they were stationed for several years.
1831 - Moved to Chinsura by steam boats.
1833 - Marched to Ghazepore but orders altered en route and the regiment moved to Cawnpore, arriving 28th   February 1834.
1840 - Moved to Dinapore, arriving January and moving to the Presidency in November.
1841 - Returned to England after 21 years of foreign service and stationed at Dover on their return. Issued with the new type “Percussion” arms in August and moved to Winchester in December.
1842 - Left Winchester in April for Gosport, then to Portsmouth in August. New colours were presented to the regiment on the 22nd September
1843 - Moved to Manchester in May then to Ireland in July. Stationed at Newbridge and later Burr.
1844 - Marched to Naas in February and onto Dublin where they remained between April and December, after which they moved to Cork.
1845 - Moved to Buttevant in June and back to Cork in October to prepare for foreign service again.
1846 - Six Companies (the foreign service element of the peacetime regiment) moved to Gibraltar, leaving on 17th and 19th January and arriving 11th February. The Depot Companies remained in Ireland.
1847 - The six Companies on foreign service moved to Corfu, leaving 9th March and landing 27th March.
1848 - The four Depot Companies left Cork to join the rest of the regiment who were at Guernsey. The depot arrived on 4th May.

William was discharged from 16th Foot Regiment at Chatham in January 1849.

William's Army Service Records can be viewed in Folder L0601 in the 'JacksonTree Document Archive' (button on the Home Page).
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A Chelsea Pensioner was a British Army soldier who had been found to be suitable to be granted an army pension through disability or having completed full-service. He would subsequently placed upon the Royal Hospital, Chelsea Board, or if from the Irish establishment of the British Army, on the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham Hospital Board. The term therefore indicated that the man was a military pensioner as against a civilian one. The Royal Chelsea Hospital was founded in 1682 for the care of disabled and wounded soldiers (never officers) who had completed full service on the English Establishment, and later the whole, of the British Army. The hospital itself was never very large and still is restricted in size. The pensioners actually resident at Chelsea were termed "in-pensioners". The majority of retiring full-service soldiers became "out-pensioners" and received their pension in cash terms rather than hospital care. Local agents paid Chelsea pensions, before the British Army established regional pension administration offices at the end of the 19th century.

Marianne Sentelia HINAS 1-H0611 # was born about 1819 in Ceylon, East Indies. She died 2 about Feb 1893 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire. Marianne married 3 William LAMB-L0601 # on 8 Jul 1833 in Chinsurah, Bengal, India.

Marianne was counted in a census 4 on 30 Mar 1851 in Clinton Street, Newark, Nottinghamshire. She was counted in a census 5 on 8 Apr 1861 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire. She was counted in a census 6 on 2 Apr 1871 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire. She was counted in a census 7 on 3 Apr 1881 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire. She was counted in a census 8 on 5 Apr 1891 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire.

This family seem to have followed naming conventions which were popular at the time ie

First Son - Fathers Father >> William
First Dau - Father's Mother >> Elizabeth

if this was continued, and no children have 'gone missing' between the Censuses, then Marianne's parents may be called Joseph and Caroline

They had the following children.

  M i
William LAMB-L0513 was born on 16 Sep 1835 in Cawnpore, Bengal, India. He was christened on 18 Oct 1835 in Cawnpore, Bengal, India. He died before 1849.
  M ii
Reuben LAMB-L0514 was born about Dec 1836 in Cawnpore, Bengal, India. He died in Sep 1839 in Cawnpore, Bengal, India. He was buried 1 on 5 Sep 1839 in Cawnpore, Bengal, India.
  F iii
Elizabeth LAMB-L0511 was born 1 on 8 Jan 1840 in Cawnpore, Bengal, India. She was christened on 23 Feb 1840 in Dinapore, Bengal, India.

Elizabeth was counted in a census 2 on 30 Mar 1851 in Clinton Street, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
  F iv
Caroline LAMB-L0503 was born about 1846 in Ireland.

Caroline was counted in a census 1 on 30 Mar 1851 in Clinton Street, Newark, Nottinghamshire. She was counted in a census 2 on 8 Apr 1861 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire. She was counted in a census 3 on 2 Apr 1871 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire.
  M v
William LAMB-L0509 was born about 1849 in Fort Georges, Guernsey, Channel Islands.

William was counted in a census 1 on 30 Mar 1851 in Clinton Street, Newark, Nottinghamshire. He was counted in a census 2 on 2 Apr 1871 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire.
  F vi Sarah Jane LAMB-L0501 # was born in Sep 1851. She died on 13 Oct 1937 from Syncopi; Bronchitis.
  F vii
Ellen Aldershot LAMB-L0504 was born about 1856 in Aldershot Camp, Hampshire.

Ellen was counted in a census 1 on 8 Apr 1861 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire.
  M viii Joseph LAMB-L0502 was born about Mar 1858.
  F ix
Agnes A LAMB-L0510 was born about 1863 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire.

Agnes was counted in a census 1 on 2 Apr 1871 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire.

Edward HOWSON [Parents] 1-H0203 was born 2 on 22 Mar 1903 in Blackburn, Lancashire. He died on 15 Oct 1976 in Dunoon, Argyllshire. Edward married Isobel McGill HANNAH-H0228 on 2 Jul 1938 in Hastings, Sussex.

Edward was counted in a census on 2 Apr 1911 in 4, Walter Street, Blackburn, Lancashire.

Isobel McGill HANNAH 1-H0228 was born on 28 Apr 1908 in Clydebank, Dunbartonshire. She died on 16 Oct 1990 in Dunoon, Argyllshire. Isobel married Edward HOWSON-H0203 on 2 Jul 1938 in Hastings, Sussex.

Isabel was often referred to as 'Belle'.

They had the following children.

  M i Fraser HOWSON-H0101.
  M ii Ronald HOWSON-H0103.

William KILLER [Parents] 1, 2-K0601 was born on 16 Dec 1813 in Middleton, Derbyshire. He was christened 3 on 2 Jan 1814 in Middleton, Derbyshire. He died on 10 Sep 1885 in Middleton, Derbyshire. He was buried 4 on 13 Sep 1885 in Middleton, Derbyshire. William married 2 Anna BROWNSON-B0621 on 2 Mar 1874 in Wirksworth/Middleton, Derbyshire.

William was counted in a census 5 on 8 Apr 1861 in Main Street, Middleton, Derbyshire. He was counted in a census 6 on 2 Apr 1871 in 31, Rise End, Middleton, Derbyshire. He was counted in a census 7 on 3 Apr 1881 in Middleton by Wirksworth, Derbyshire.

Other marriages:
WILLANS, Mary

Anna BROWNSON [Parents] 1-B0621 was born about 1840 in Wirksworth, Derbyshire. She died after Apr 1891. Anna married 2 William KILLER-K0601 on 2 Mar 1874 in Wirksworth/Middleton, Derbyshire.

Anna was counted in a census 2, 3 on 3 Apr 1881 in Middleton by Wirksworth, Derbyshire. She was counted in a census 4 on 5 Apr 1891 in Wirksworth, Derbyshire.

They had the following children.

  F i
Rebecka Swineston KILLER-K0502 was born about Jan 1875 in Middleton, Derbyshire. She was christened 1 on 22 Feb 1875 in Middleton, Derbyshire.

Rebecka was counted in a census 2 on 3 Apr 1881 in Middleton by Wirksworth, Derbyshire. She was counted in a census 3 on 5 Apr 1891 in Wirksworth, Derbyshire. She was counted in a census 4 on 31 Mar 1901 in Wirksworth, Derbyshire.
  M ii
Samuel Thomas KILLER-K0503 was born about May 1877 in Middleton, Derbyshire. He was christened 1 on 25 May 1877 in Middleton, Derbyshire.

Samuel was counted in a census 2 on 3 Apr 1881 in Middleton by Wirksworth, Derbyshire.
  F iii
Margaret Alice KILLER-K0504 was born about Sep 1879 in Middleton, Derbyshire. She was christened 1 on 22 Sep 1879 in Middleton, Derbyshire.

Margaret was counted in a census 2 on 3 Apr 1881 in Middleton by Wirksworth, Derbyshire. She was counted in a census 3 on 5 Apr 1891 in Wirksworth, Derbyshire.
  M iv
Henry Walker KILLER-K0512 was born about Jan 1881 in Middleton, Derbyshire. He was christened 1 on 27 Jan 1881 in Middleton, Derbyshire. He died in Feb 1881 in Middleton, Derbyshire. He was buried 2 on 12 Feb 1881 in Middleton, Derbyshire.

William KILLER [Parents] 1, 2-K0601 was born on 16 Dec 1813 in Middleton, Derbyshire. He was christened 3 on 2 Jan 1814 in Middleton, Derbyshire. He died on 10 Sep 1885 in Middleton, Derbyshire. He was buried 4 on 13 Sep 1885 in Middleton, Derbyshire. William married Mary WILLANS-W0614.

William was counted in a census 5 on 8 Apr 1861 in Main Street, Middleton, Derbyshire. He was counted in a census 6 on 2 Apr 1871 in 31, Rise End, Middleton, Derbyshire. He was counted in a census 7 on 3 Apr 1881 in Middleton by Wirksworth, Derbyshire.

Other marriages:
BROWNSON, Anna

Mary WILLANS 1-W0614 was born 2 in 1814 in Brinksway, Nr Cheadle, Cheshire. She died in Sep 1871 in Middleton, Derbyshire. She was buried 3 on 30 Sep 1871 in Middleton, Derbyshire. Mary married William KILLER-K0601.

Mary was counted in a census 4 on 8 Apr 1861 in Main Street, Middleton, Derbyshire. She was counted in a census 5 on 2 Apr 1871 in 31, Rise End, Middleton, Derbyshire.

They had the following children.

  F i
Ann KILLER-K0513 was born about 1837 in Brinksway, Nr Cheadle, Cheshire.
  M ii
John KILLER-K0505 was born about 1839 in Brinksway, Nr Cheadle, Cheshire. He was christened 1 on 22 Dec 1839 in Middleton, Derbyshire.

John was counted in a census 2 on 8 Apr 1861 in Main Street, Middleton, Derbyshire. He was counted in a census 3 on 2 Apr 1871 in 31, Rise End, Middleton, Derbyshire.
  M iii Joseph KILLER-K0507 was born about 1842.
  F iv
Mary KILLER-K0508 was born about Jul 1844 in Middleton, Derbyshire. She was christened 1 on 14 Jul 1844 in Middleton Chapel, Derbyshire.

Mary was counted in a census 2 on 8 Apr 1861 in Main Street, Middleton, Derbyshire.
  F v
Elizabeth KILLER-K0514 was born about Jan 1848 in Middleton, Derbyshire. She was christened 1 on 6 Feb 1848 in Middleton, Derbyshire. She died in Jun 1855 in Middleton, Derbyshire. She was buried 2 on 10 Jun 1855 in Middleton, Derbyshire.
  M vi William KILLER-K0501 was born on 20 Jan 1850. He died on 24 Feb 1926.
  M vii
Adam KILLER-K0506 was born about May 1852 in Middleton, Derbyshire. He was christened 1 on 2 Jun 1852 in Middleton, Derbyshire. He died 2 in 1893 in Middleton, Derbyshire.

Adam was counted in a census 3 on 8 Apr 1861 in Main Street, Middleton, Derbyshire. He was counted in a census 4 on 2 Apr 1871 in 31, Rise End, Middleton, Derbyshire.
  F viii
Ruth KILLER-K0509 was born about Jul 1856 in Middleton, Derbyshire. She was christened 1 on 13 Jul 1856 in Middleton, Derbyshire.

Ruth was counted in a census 2 on 8 Apr 1861 in Main Street, Middleton, Derbyshire.

Stuart SMITH-S0433 was born 1 on 10 Feb 1879 in Ditton, Lancashire. He died 2 on 29 Oct 1953 in Llanberis, Carnarvonshire, Wales. Stuart married 3 Mabel Louise BATES-B0425 on 19 Oct 1904 in St Joseph's Church, Derby, Derbyshire.

Stuart was counted in a census on 2 Apr 1911 in Champion Hill, Duffield, Derbyshire.

The 1939 Register shows Stuart, Mabel and son Bernard living at Dene Hollow in Luton, Bedfordshire. Stuart's occupation was stated as a Retired Railway Clerk, Mabel as a Housewife na Bernard as the Chief Clerk in an Engineering Specification Department.

Mabel Louise BATES [Parents]-B0425 was born 1 on 4 Dec 1883 in Normanton, Derbyshire. She died 2 in Dec 1978 in Pwllheli, Caernarvonshire, Wales. Mabel married 3 Stuart SMITH-S0433 on 19 Oct 1904 in St Joseph's Church, Derby, Derbyshire.

Mabel was counted in a census 4 on 5 Apr 1891 in Wirksworth, Derbyshire. She was counted in a census on 2 Apr 1911 in Champion Hill, Duffield, Derbyshire.

Mabel is recorded in her father's Army notes

They had the following children.

  M i
Bernard Stuart SMITH-S0319 was born 1, 2 on 10 Nov 1905 in Derby, Derbyshire. He died 3 about Feb 1985 in Pwllheli, Gwynned, Wales.

Joseph Henri Charles Marcel BOUGARD [Parents] [scrapbook]-B0202 # was born 1 on 15 Feb 1911 in Modave, Huy, Belgium. He died 2 on 17 Dec 1981 in Saint Mary's Hospice, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. Joseph married 3, 4 Constance Mary RACKHAM-R0201 # on 3 Sep 1943 in the Register Office, Portsmouth, Hampshire.

Joseph was cremated on 23 Dec 1981 in the Crematorium, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. He worked as a Sergeant Major; a Farm Worker and finally a Gold Refiner.

Joseph joined the French Foreign Legion in 1935, signing on for five years. Much of his time was spent in North Africa but in late April 1940, he was in one of the two battalions of the 13th Demi-Brigade of the Foreign Legion that were sent to Narvik as part of the French Expeditionary Force. He would have been involved in the amphibious attack on Bjerkvik that was launched around midnight on the 12th May and, according to family accounts, he won the Croix de Guerre (although his name has not yet been found in any award lists).  

Soon after King Leopold III surrendered Belgium to the Germans on the 28th May 1940, Joseph joined the Free Belgian Forces in Britain, who were being regrouped at a camp in Tenby, Wales under the command of General Victor Jean Clement van Strydonck - the only Belgian staff officer in England at the time.

Constance Mary RACKHAM [Parents] [scrapbook]-R0201 # was born on 23 Sep 1914 in Lowestoft, Suffolk. She died on 1 Mar 1993 in Southwold, Suffolk. Constance married 1, 2 Joseph Henri Charles Marcel BOUGARD-B0202 # on 3 Sep 1943 in the Register Office, Portsmouth, Hampshire.

Constance was cremated on 5 Mar 1993 in Reydon, Suffolk.

From July 1940 to at least Jan 1944, Constance served as an 'Officers Cook' with the rank of Chief Petty Officer at HMS Europa based at Sparrow's Nest in Lowestoft.  The site of HMS Europa, which once belonged to Robert Sparrow of Worlingham Hall nr Beccles, was requisitioned by the Royal Navy on the 23 Aug 1939. and became the central depot of the Royal Naval Patrol Service whose main duty was Minesweeping using small ships including many from the local fishing fleets. It was closed down on the 27 Aug 1946. There was a plan (Jun 1940) to move the Depot to the Lion Hotel at Shrewsbury, then to the Barge Hotel Shrewsbury, but both plans were cancelled. (More info at  http://www.rnps.lowestoft.org.uk/history.html )

The ashes of  Constance Mary were scattered at Sea off Southwold, by her three children, Michel, Anne-Marie and Louis.

They had the following children.

  M i Michel Joseph BOUGARD-B0104.
  F ii Dr. Anne-Marie BOUGARD-B0105 #.
  M iii Louis Philippe BOUGARD-B0103.

Louis Charles BOUGARD [Parents] [scrapbook]-B0301 # was born on 23 Apr 1882 in Modave, Belgium. Louis married 1 Marie Thérèse Gilles SEPTON-S0307 # on 16 May 1909 in Abée-Sery, Belgium.

Louis worked as Quarry Worker in 1909.

Marie Thérèse Gilles SEPTON [Parents] [scrapbook]-S0307 # was born on 25 Oct 1878 in Ocquier, Belgium. She died 1 on 15 Oct 1916 in Liege, Belgium. Marie married 2 Louis Charles BOUGARD-B0301 # on 16 May 1909 in Abée-Sery, Belgium.

They had the following children.

  F i Jeanne BOUGARD-B0201 was born on 8 Feb 1903. She died before 1993.
  M ii Joseph Henri Charles Marcel BOUGARD-B0202 # was born on 15 Feb 1911. He died on 17 Dec 1981.

Alfred SEMOIS-S0201 was born in Belgium. He died in ?. Alfred married Jeanne BOUGARD-B0201.

Jeanne BOUGARD [Parents] [scrapbook]-B0201 was born 1 on 8 Feb 1903 in Modave, Belgium. She died before 1993. Jeanne married Alfred SEMOIS-S0201.

They had the following children.

  M i Georges SEMOIS-S0101 died on 8 Jun 2009 from from head injuries sustained in a fall down some stairs at home.
  F ii Marie-Louise SEMOIS-S0102.

Georges SEMOIS [Parents] [scrapbook]-S0101 died on 8 Jun 2009 from from head injuries sustained in a fall down some stairs at home. Georges married Irma on 26 Nov 1955 in Belgium.

Irma died in ?. Irma married Georges SEMOIS-S0101 on 26 Nov 1955 in Belgium.

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