Ancestors of Adam and Emma Jackson


Frederick BUGBY was born about 1817 in Hackney, Middlesex. He died 1 about May 1878 in Lambeth, London, Surrey. Frederick married 2, 3 Martha CAPE on 04 Aug 1848 in St John the Evangelist, Lambeth, Middlesex.

Frederick was counted in a census on 08 Apr 1861 in 235a, Upper Street, Islington, Middlesex. He was counted in a census 4 on 02 Apr 1871 in lodging at 18, Trinity Street, Bristol, Gloucestershire.

Martha CAPE was born about 1807 in Twickenham, Middlesex. She died 1 about May 1884 in Eastbourne, Sussex. Martha married 2, 3 Frederick BUGBY on 04 Aug 1848 in St John the Evangelist, Lambeth, Middlesex.

Martha was counted in a census on 07 Jun 1841 in Mitre Street, Lambeth, London, Surrey. She was counted in a census on 08 Apr 1861 in 235a, Upper Street, Islington, Middlesex. She was counted in a census on 03 Apr 1881 in 58, Spencer Road, Lambeth, London, Surrey.

Other marriages:
BLUNDERFIELD, Joseph Bruning

In the 1841 census, Martha's age was given as 38 but in the 1861 census it is given as 48 !


George Robert BLUNDERFIELD [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1 on 23 Jul 1837 in St Pancras, London, Middlesex. He was christened 2 on 16 Aug 1837 in St Pancras Parish Church, London, Middlesex. He died 3 on 03 Oct 1881 in Eastbourne, Sussex. He was buried 4 on 08 Oct 1881 in Saint Marys Church, Eastbourne, Sussex. George married 5 Ellen PHILLIPS on 12 Dec 1862 in St Andrew's Church, Islington, London, Middlesex.

George was counted in a census on 07 Jun 1841 in Mitre Street, Lambeth, London, Surrey. He was counted in a census on 08 Apr 1861 in 235a, Upper Street, Islington, Middlesex. He was counted in a census on 03 Apr 1881 in 54, Queensborough House, Grand Parade, Eastbourne, Sussex.

Ellen PHILLIPS was born about 1836 in Corfe, Dorset. Ellen married 1 George Robert BLUNDERFIELD on 12 Dec 1862 in St Andrew's Church, Islington, London, Middlesex.

Ellen was counted in a census on 03 Apr 1881 in 54, Queensborough House, Grand Parade, Eastbourne, Sussex.

Other marriages:
MARTIN, James

Marriage Notes:

George married either Ellen Phillips or Sarah McLaren. Unfortunately, I have been unable to find him or his wife in the 1871 or 1881 censuses in order to determine which of these names is correct.


Frank Middleton BLUNDERFIELD [Parents] was born 1 about Jun 1860 in Raveningham, Norfolk. He was christened on 08 Jul 1860 in Raveningham, Norfolk. He died 2 in 1903 in Durban, South Africa. Frank married 3, 4, 5 Mary Rebecca HOMES on 16 Feb 1888 in Clarendon Road Congregational Church In Watford, Hertfordshire.

Frank was counted in a census 6 on 08 Apr 1861 in Beccles Road, Raveningham, Norfolk. He was counted in a census on 02 Apr 1871 in School, Northgate, Beccles, Suffolk.

Other marriages:
, Sophia Hope


British Army service records, however, show a Pte. F M Blunderfield, purchased a discharge from the Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) on the 30th Apr 1883. There is therefore a discrepancy with the record that shows him arriving in Australia on the 5th May 1882. It seems unlikely that he would have been able to travel to Australia whilst still in the Army.

The Weekly Journal 'South Africa' - 30 Mar 1895
Mr. Powys, who has for a long time past agitated for the construction of the Umbilo tram line, picked the first piece of ground the other day at Durban. There was a fairly large concourse of people interested, including the Borough Engineer (Mr. Fletcher), Mr. Harvey (of the Tram Company), Mr. Hadfield, Mr. Blunderfield (Inspector Tram Company), and Mr. Jameson (Borough Engineer’s office). Town Councillors were conspicuous by their absence. The ceremony was commenced without much formality. After divesting himself of coat and hat, Mr. Powys wielded the pick with vigour, and soon had a good piece of the road broken up. Subsequently, he addressed a few remarks to the assembled spectators, and sketched out the history of the movement in favour of the tram line. The coolie gang immediately afterwards took possession of the road, and, by noon, had a large portion of the track broken up. The Engineer expects to have the work finished in two or three months. The cost is estimated at £3000, and the distance is upwards of three quarters of a mile.

In 1904, there is an item (102) on Page 228 of the Auditors Report for the Natal Treasury, which details a grant of £134-15s-0d paid to the widow of the late F M Blunderfield of the Natal Government Railway.

Mary Rebecca HOMES was born on 21 Aug 1855 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. She was christened on 09 Oct 1855 in British Chaplaincy, Saint Petersburg, Russia. Mary married 1, 2, 3 Frank Middleton BLUNDERFIELD on 16 Feb 1888 in Clarendon Road Congregational Church In Watford, Hertfordshire.

Mary was the daughter of Frederick James Homes and his wife Annie. Soon after Frederick married Annie Mitchell on the 20 August 1852 in London at St James, Westminster, they moved to St Petersburg in Russia where Frederick worked as an Engineer. FamilySearch shows four daughters being born and baptised in Russia, including Mary Rebecca in 1855. At some point before 1881, Frederick died, as Annie is recorded as a Widow and Annuitant, living with three of her daughters in Station Road, Beccles in Suffolk. However, Mary's whereabouts in 1881 are not yet known.

Mary's mother Annie was born in Watford, which could explain why Mary married Frank Blunderfield there in February 1888.

We know that Frank travelled back to Australia from Plymouth just two days after they were married and Mary followed him a month late, She departed from London on the 16 March 1888 on board the Orient Line's steamship 'Oroya', in a 2nd class cabin. Arriving in Sydney on the 29 April 1888.
What happened then is a mystery. Frank Middleton Blunderfield spent the rest of his life in South Africa and his death record states that he married Sophia Hope in London on the 24th July 1888! Where is Mary Rebecca?


Charles Augustus BONHAM was born about 1841 in Soho, London, Middlesex. Charles married 1 Mary Ann Martha BLUNDERFIELD on 05 Dec 1868 in Holy Trinity Church, Islington, London, Middlesex.

Charles was counted in a census on 03 Apr 1881 in 58, Spencer Road, Lambeth, London, Surrey.

Mary Ann Martha BLUNDERFIELD [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1 about Nov 1840 in Lambeth, London, Surrey. Mary married 2 Charles Augustus BONHAM on 05 Dec 1868 in Holy Trinity Church, Islington, London, Middlesex.

Mary was counted in a census on 07 Jun 1841 in Mitre Street, Lambeth, London, Surrey. She was counted in a census on 08 Apr 1861 in 235a, Upper Street, Islington, Middlesex. She was counted in a census on 03 Apr 1881 in 58, Spencer Road, Lambeth, London, Surrey.


William Ellis BLUNDERFIELD [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1 on 23 Aug 1858 in Loddon, Norfolk. He was christened 2 on 13 Oct 1858 in the Wesleyan Chapel in Bungay, Suffolk. He died 3 on 23 Mar 1895 in Loddon, Norfolk. He was buried in Holy Trinity, Loddon, Norfolk. William married 4 Mary Louisa Wright GOODRUM about Aug 1893 in Great Yarmouth (RD), Norfolk.

William was counted in a census 5 on 08 Apr 1861 in The Street (Westside), Loddon, Norfolk. He was counted in a census on 02 Apr 1871 in Gildengate Street, Norwich, Norfolk. He was counted in a census on 03 Apr 1881 in Street, Loddon, Norfolk. He was counted in a census on 05 Apr 1891 in Street, Dennington, Suffolk.

William made his Will on the 20th October 1894. It would seem that he was in good health at the time as he makes provision for any children that Mary Louisa and he may have in the future - unusual though to make a Will at the age of 36. Sadly, he died (cause not known) on the 23rd March 1895 and his Will was proved at Norwich on the 19th April 1895.

Mary Louisa Wright GOODRUM [scrapbook] was born 1, 2 on 09 Jan 1865 in Seething, Norfolk. She was christened on 12 Jul 1868 in Seething, Norfolk. She died 3 on 25 Oct 1949 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. Mary married 4 William Ellis BLUNDERFIELD about Aug 1893 in Great Yarmouth (RD), Norfolk.

Mary was counted in a census on 02 Apr 1871 in Loddon Road, Mundham, Norfolk. She was counted in a census on 05 Apr 1891 in Street, Dennington, Suffolk. She was counted in a census on 31 Mar 1901 in Street, Loddon, Norfolk. She was counted in a census on 02 Apr 1911 in The Street, Loddon, Norfolk. Her will was probated on 21 Jan 1950 in London.

Other marriages:
CLARKE, William James

Mary Louisa was the daughter of the unmarried Sarah Goodrum. The father is believed to be James Wright an Agricultural Labourer also of Seething. This explains why her birth was registered with the name Mary Louisa Wright Goodrum. However, she was baptised in 1868 as Mary Louisa Goodrum and only her mother's name Sarah Goodrum was listed in the register (no mention of Wright). When the 1871 Census was taken, Mary Louisa, aged 6 was recorded as Louisa Goodrum and living with her father James and grandparents. At the age of 16, 1881, she is in service as a Housemaid with a farmer in Norton Subcourse but using the name Mary Louisa Wright. By 1891 she was working as the Housekeeper for William Ellis Blunderfield, a Grocer and Draper in Dennington, Suffolk and using the name Lucy Wright.

A couple of years later, in 1893, she married William Blunderfield and used the name Mary Louisa Goodrum. Sadly, William died in 1895 before they had any children. Mary Louisa inherited and moved into Bugdon House in Loddon - she was joined there by William James Clarke; they never married but had two children who were named Neville Victor Clarke Blunderfield and May Clarke Blunderfield. Curiously, when May's birth was registered, Mary Louisa gave her Maiden name as Wright.

In the 1939 Register, Mary is listed at High Street, Loddon as a Widow and living with William J Clarke a retired Sadler.

She died at number 59, Bushey Road, Totley (near Sheffield) but was described as of Bugdon House, Loddon.

Probate was granted to her son Neville Victor Clarke, a Gas Engineering Draughtsman. Effects £77-6s-4d.

The bungalow in Bushey Road, was the home of her daughter May and husband Edward Rowbottom. The Electoral Registers show only May and Edward at that address in May 1945 but from October 1945 to 1949, Mary Louisa Blunderfield is also listed. So, aged around 80 years, she must have gone to live with her daughter.

Edward and May continued to live at that address. They are both listed in the Electoral Register in 1970 but only May in 1976.


Benjamin BLUNDERFIELD [Parents] 1 was born about Sep 1778 in Heckingham, Norfolk. He was christened 2 on 06 Sep 1778 in the Church of Saint Gregory in Heckingham, Norfolk. He died 3 about Aug 1850 in Bermondsey, Surrey. Benjamin married 4, 5 Mary DYE on 18 Feb 1807 in the Church of Saint Nicholas in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.

Benjamin was counted in a census 6 on 07 Jun 1841 in Parkers Row, Bermondsey, Surrey.

In the London Land Tax Records, Benjamin Blunderfield is listed at the following properties.
1811 - Church Street, Southwark St John. (Proprietor was Lady West)
1813 - Crucifix Lane, Southwark St John. (Proprietor was Christ Hospital)
1814 - Church Street, Southwark St John. (Proprietor was the Gov't Grammar School)
1815 - Church Street, Southwark St John. (Proprietor was the Gov't Grammar School)

Benjamin is mentioned in the will of his father which was signed on the 4th June 1814.

Mary DYE was born about 1785 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. She died 1 in Dec 1855 in Thorpe, Norfolk. She was buried 2 on 11 Dec 1855 in St Andrew's, Thorpe, Norfolk. Mary married 3, 4 Benjamin BLUNDERFIELD on 18 Feb 1807 in the Church of Saint Nicholas in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.

Mary was counted in a census 5 on 07 Jun 1841 in Parkers Row, Bermondsey, Surrey. She was counted in a census on 30 Mar 1851 in Thorpe Road, Thorpe, Norfolk.

They had the following children.

  F i Mary BLUNDERFIELD was born on 10 Feb 1808. She died about Feb 1871.
  M ii Benjamin Dye BLUNDERFIELD was born on 20 Apr 1809. He died on 05 Dec 1889.
  M iii
Robert Joseph BLUNDERFIELD [scrapbook] was born 1 on 10 Oct 1813 in Bermondsey, Surrey. He was christened 1 on 07 Nov 1813 in Saint John Horseleydowns, Bermondsey, Surrey. He died in Jun 1816 in Bermondsey, Surrey. He was buried 2 on 27 Jun 1816 in Bermondsey, Surrey.

There is also a baptism record on the 29 Aug 1819 at St Saviour, Norwich for a Robert Joseph Blunderfield, son of Benjamin (a carpenter) and Mary. It does appear that the family moved back to Norwich for a while (since their son John Dye Blunderfield was also baptised in Norwich) but why baptise Robert Joseph twice? Perhaps the first one died and this was a different child. The baptism record doesn't state the age or date of birth.
  F iv Martha BLUNDERFIELD was born on 31 May 1815.
  F v
Charlotte BLUNDERFIELD was born 1 on 23 Apr 1817. She was christened 1 on 28 May 1817 in Saint John Horseleydowns, Bermondsey, Surrey. She died in Feb 1818. She was buried 2 on 19 Feb 1818 in Saint John Horseleydowns, Bermondsey, Surrey.
  M vi Robert Joseph BLUNDERFIELD was born about Aug 1819. He died before Apr 1851.
  M vii
John Dye BLUNDERFIELD was born on 20 Apr 1821. He was christened 1 on 13 May 1821 in Saint John de Sepulchre, Norwich, Norfolk. He died in Dec 1823 in Bermondsey, Surrey. He was buried 2 on 07 Dec 1823 in St Olaves, Bermondsey, Surrey.

It is strange that John was baptised in Norwich. Whilst his parents were from Norfolk and were married in Gt Yarmouth, they moved to London before 1809 and their 4 earlier children were baptised in Bermondsey, London. However, there appears to be only one Benjamin and Mary producing children around this time and Mary's surname was Dye, so the linking seems valid.

Benjamin Dye BLUNDERFIELD [Parents] was born on 20 Apr 1809 in Bermondsey, London, Surrey. He was christened 1 on 31 Dec 1809 in Saint Olave, Southwark, Surrey. He died 2 on 05 Dec 1889 in Gravesend, Kent. He was buried 3 on 11 Dec 1889 in Municipal Cemetery, Gravesend, Kent. Benjamin married 1 Maria Ann PHILLIPS on 23 Oct 1836 in St Olave, Southwark, Surrey.

Benjamin was counted in a census 4 on 07 Jun 1841 in Parkers Row, Bermondsey, Surrey. He worked as a Carpenter in 1845 in 10, Parker's Row, Dockhead. He was counted in a census 5 on 30 Mar 1851 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. He was counted in a census on 08 Apr 1861 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. He was counted in a census on 02 Apr 1871 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. He was counted in a census on 03 Apr 1881 in 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent.

Other marriages:
THICK, Jane

It was reported in the West Kent Guardian, dated 8th September 1849, that Benjamin Dye Blunderfield was refused a Licence to run 'The Jolly Sailor' Public House situated at the corner of Union Street and Star Street.

By the time of the 1851 Census, however, he was Landlord of 'The King's Arms' public house at 58, Peppercroft Street, Milton.

Benjamin must have retired as the landlord soon after the 1881 census was taken, since the name of George Wady appears in the 1882 Post Office Directory as the landlord of The Kings Arms.

The Kings Arms was demolished in 1965.

Maria Ann PHILLIPS was born about 1815 in Deptford, Kent. She died 1 on 25 Aug 1857 in Gravesend, Kent. She was buried 2 on 28 Aug 1857 in Municipal Cemetery, Gravesend, Kent. Maria married 3 Benjamin Dye BLUNDERFIELD on 23 Oct 1836 in St Olave, Southwark, Surrey.

Maria was counted in a census 4 on 07 Jun 1841 in Parkers Row, Bermondsey, Surrey. She was counted in a census 5 on 30 Mar 1851 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent.

They had the following children.

  F i Maria Ann BLUNDERFIELD was born on 06 Sep 1838.
  M ii
Benjamin BLUNDERFIELD [scrapbook] was born 1 on 12 Sep 1840 in Bermondsey, London, Surrey. He was christened 2, 3 on 02 Oct 1840 in Saint Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey, London. He died 4, 5 on 29 Aug 1868 in Sheerness, Kent from drowning (see scrapbook for newspaper report). He was buried 6, 7 on 05 Sep 1868 in Isle of Sheppey Cemetery, Sheerness, Kent.

Benjamin was counted in a census 8 on 07 Jun 1841 in Parkers Row, Bermondsey, Surrey. He was counted in a census 9 on 30 Mar 1851 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. He was counted in a census on 08 Apr 1861 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent.
  F iii Susannah BLUNDERFIELD was born about 1843.
  M iv
William Henry BLUNDERFIELD was born 1 about Jul 1845 in Milton, Gravesend, Kent. He was christened 2 on 18 Jul 1845 in Christ Church, Milton, Gravesend, Kent. He died 3 in Jun 1855 in Milton, Gravesend, Kent. He was buried 4 on 24 Jun 1855 in Municipal Cemetery, Gravesend, Kent.

William was counted in a census 5 on 30 Mar 1851 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent.
  F v Mary Ann BLUNDERFIELD was born about Apr 1847.
  F vi
Rosa BLUNDERFIELD was born 1 about Apr 1849 in Milton, Gravesend, Kent. She was christened 2 on 01 May 1849 in Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Milton by Gravesend, Kent. She died 3, 4 on 06 Oct 1897 in County Asylum, Kent.

Rosa was counted in a census 5 on 30 Mar 1851 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. She was counted in a census on 08 Apr 1861 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. She was counted in a census on 02 Apr 1871 in 2a Harmer Street, Milton, Kent. She was counted in a census on 03 Apr 1881 in 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent.

On the 9th of February 1883, at the age of 33, Rosa was admitted into Oakwood Hospital near Maidstone in Kent. Oakwood was the Kent County Lunatic Asylum. She remained there until she died on the 6th of October 1897.
*** An image of this page in the Asylum Register can be seen in the Document Archive in Folder B0596 ***
  F vii Martha BLUNDERFIELD was born about Aug 1852. She died on 03 Jun 1933.

Benjamin Dye BLUNDERFIELD [Parents] was born on 20 Apr 1809 in Bermondsey, London, Surrey. He was christened 1 on 31 Dec 1809 in Saint Olave, Southwark, Surrey. He died 2 on 05 Dec 1889 in Gravesend, Kent. He was buried 3 on 11 Dec 1889 in Municipal Cemetery, Gravesend, Kent. Benjamin married 1, 4 Jane THICK on 04 Mar 1859 in St Olave, Southwark, Surrey.

Benjamin was counted in a census 5 on 07 Jun 1841 in Parkers Row, Bermondsey, Surrey. He worked as a Carpenter in 1845 in 10, Parker's Row, Dockhead. He was counted in a census 6 on 30 Mar 1851 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. He was counted in a census on 08 Apr 1861 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. He was counted in a census on 02 Apr 1871 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. He was counted in a census on 03 Apr 1881 in 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent.

Other marriages:
PHILLIPS, Maria Ann

It was reported in the West Kent Guardian, dated 8th September 1849, that Benjamin Dye Blunderfield was refused a Licence to run 'The Jolly Sailor' Public House situated at the corner of Union Street and Star Street.

By the time of the 1851 Census, however, he was Landlord of 'The King's Arms' public house at 58, Peppercroft Street, Milton.

Benjamin must have retired as the landlord soon after the 1881 census was taken, since the name of George Wady appears in the 1882 Post Office Directory as the landlord of The Kings Arms.

The Kings Arms was demolished in 1965.

Jane THICK was born about 1826 in Frimley, Surrey. She died 1 on 01 Mar 1902 in Gravesend RD, Kent. Jane married 2, 3 Benjamin Dye BLUNDERFIELD on 04 Mar 1859 in St Olave, Southwark, Surrey.

Jane was counted in a census on 08 Apr 1861 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. She was counted in a census on 02 Apr 1871 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. She was counted in a census on 03 Apr 1881 in 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. She was counted in a census on 05 Apr 1891 in 67 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. She was counted in a census 4 on 31 Mar 1901 in 140 Windmill Street, Gravesend, Kent.

They had the following children.

  M i William BLUNDERFIELD was born on 09 Feb 1860. He died on 16 May 1924.
  M ii Robert BLUNDERFIELD was born on 15 Jul 1861. He died about May 1913.
  M iii Charles BLUNDERFIELD was born on 14 Feb 1863. He died about Aug 1954.
  M iv
Un-named BLUNDERFIELD was born 1 in Mar 1865 in Milton, Gravesend, Kent. He died 2 in Mar 1865 in Milton, Gravesend, Kent. He was buried 3 on 10 Mar 1865 in Municipal Cemetery, Gravesend, Kent.
  M v James BLUNDERFIELD was born on 07 Feb 1868. He died on 26 Oct 1932.
  F vi
Jane BLUNDERFIELD was born 1 about May 1870 in Milton, Gravesend, Kent. She died 2 in Aug 1870 in Milton, Gravesend, Kent. She was buried 3 on 25 Aug 1870 in Municipal Cemetery, Gravesend, Kent.

William BLUNDERFIELD [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1 on 09 Feb 1860 in Milton, Gravesend, Kent. He was christened 2 on 11 Mar 1860 in Holy Trinity, Milton by Gravesend, Kent. He died 3, 4 on 16 May 1924 in Gravesend, Kent. He was buried in Gravesend Cemetery, Kent. William married 5, 6 Emma MCLEOD on 07 Oct 1882 in Christ Church, Milton by Gravesend, Kent.

William was counted in a census on 08 Apr 1861 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. He was counted in a census on 02 Apr 1871 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. He was counted in a census on 03 Apr 1881 in 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. He was counted in a census on 05 Apr 1891 in 17 John Street, Milton, Gravesend, Kent. He was counted in a census 7 on 31 Mar 1901 in 140 Windmill Street, Gravesend, Kent. He was counted in a census on 02 Apr 1911 in 16, Cambrian Grove, Gravesend, Kent.

In November 1905, William Blunderfield, of 2, Sydney Villas, Cross Lane, Gravesend, a Foreman Carpenter at a Brewery, filed for bankruptcy.

In the army service records of his brother James, William is recorded as the next of kin and living at 16 Cambrian Grove, Gravesend in April 1915.

Emma MCLEOD [scrapbook] was born about 1863 in Gravesend, Kent. She died 1, 2 on 08 Aug 1927 in Gravesend, Kent. She was buried in Gravesend Cemetery, Kent. Emma married 3, 4 William BLUNDERFIELD on 07 Oct 1882 in Christ Church, Milton by Gravesend, Kent.

Emma was counted in a census on 05 Apr 1891 in 17 John Street, Milton, Gravesend, Kent. She was counted in a census 5 on 31 Mar 1901 in 140 Windmill Street, Gravesend, Kent. She was counted in a census on 02 Apr 1911 in 16, Cambrian Grove, Gravesend, Kent.

They had the following children.

  M i William Henry BLUNDERFIELD was born on 25 Jun 1883. He died after 1957.
  F ii Mabel Emma BLUNDERFIELD was born on 26 Oct 1884.
  M iii
Benjamin John BLUNDERFIELD was born 1 on 13 Oct 1886 in Milton, Gravesend, Kent. He was christened 2 on 07 Nov 1886 in Christ Church, Milton, Gravesend, Kent. He died 3 in Jun 1888 in Milton, Gravesend, Kent. He was buried 4 on 06 Jun 1888 in Municipal Cemetery, Gravesend, Kent.
  F iv Mary Ann Jane BLUNDERFIELD was born on 29 Feb 1888.
  F v Emma BLUNDERFIELD was born on 19 Jan 1890.

Robert BLUNDERFIELD [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1 on 15 Jul 1861 in Milton, Gravesend, Kent. He was christened 2 on 28 Apr 1868 in Christ Church, Milton, Gravesend, Kent. He died 3 about May 1913 in Gravesend (RD), Kent. Robert married 4, 5 Rosetta WARFORD on 30 Mar 1885 in St George's Church, Gravesend, Kent.

Robert was counted in a census on 02 Apr 1871 in 'The Kings Arms', 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. He was counted in a census on 03 Apr 1881 in 58 Pepper Croft Street, Milton, Kent. He was counted in a census on 05 Apr 1891 in The Russell Arms Hotel, 51 Clarence Street, Milton, Kent. He was counted in a census on 31 Mar 1901 in 11 Brunswick Retreat, Milton next Gravesend, Kent.

Rosetta WARFORD was born about 1864 in Gravesend, Kent. Rosetta married 1, 2 Robert BLUNDERFIELD on 30 Mar 1885 in St George's Church, Gravesend, Kent.

Rosetta was counted in a census on 05 Apr 1891 in The Russell Arms Hotel, 51 Clarence Street, Milton, Kent. She was counted in a census on 31 Mar 1901 in 11 Brunswick Retreat, Milton next Gravesend, Kent.

Other marriages:
WHEELER, Richard

They had the following children.

  M i Benjamin William BLUNDERFIELD was born about May 1885. He died about Nov 1958.
  F ii Rosetta BLUNDERFIELD was born about Aug 1886.
  F iii Olive BLUNDERFIELD was born about Aug 1888.
  F iv Ada Constance BLUNDERFIELD was born about Aug 1890.
  F v Violet Elizabeth BLUNDERFIELD was born about Nov 1891.
  M vi
Robert James BLUNDERFIELD was born 1 on 10 Apr 1893 in Milton, Kent. He was christened 2 on 11 May 1893 in Christ Church, Milton, Kent. He died 3 in Aug 1893 in Milton, Kent. He was buried 4 on 05 Aug 1893 in Municipal Cemetery, Gravesend, Kent.
  F vii May Florence BLUNDERFIELD was born on 26 Jul 1894.
  M viii
Victor Charles BLUNDERFIELD [scrapbook] was born 1 on 18 Sep 1895 in Milton, Kent. He was christened 2 on 16 Oct 1895 in Christ Church, Milton, Kent. He died on 23 Aug 1918 in France from wounds in battle. He was buried 3 in Foncquevillers Military Cemetery, Nord-Pas-de-Calais Region, France.

Victor was counted in a census on 31 Mar 1901 in 11 Brunswick Retreat, Milton next Gravesend, Kent.

Presumably following in the footsteps of his older brother Benjamin, Victor appears as a Deck Boy, aged 17 years, born Gravesend, on the crew list of the 'Mamari' from London, via Melbourne, arriving in Sydney 19 Jun 1912. and again aged 18 aboard the 'Berrima' arriving in Sydney 31 Jul 1914.

Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-1919 Name: V. C. BLUNDERFIELD Regiment, Corps etc.: Corps of Royal Engineers Battalion etc.: Last name: Blunderfield First name(s): V. C. Initials: V C Birthplace: Enlisted: Gillingham, Kent Residence: Gravesend, Kent Rank: SPR. Number: 541632 Date died: 23 August 1918 How died: Died of wounds Theatre of war: France & Flanders Supplementary Notes: (527TH FIELD COY., R.E.).
  M ix
James BLUNDERFIELD was born 1 about Jul 1898 in Milton, Kent. He died 2 in Aug 1898 in Milton, Kent. He was buried 3 on 27 Aug 1898 in St Georges, Gravesend, Kent.
  F x Amy Dorothy BLUNDERFIELD was born about Aug 1899.
  F xi Edith Lilian BLUNDERFIELD was born on 27 Apr 1902. She died about Nov 1978.

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