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1  Turner, Mary Stirling White (I267)
 
2 Chesterfield 7b 829 Goucher, Samual (I440)
 
3 Chesterfield 7b 829 Goucher, Samual (I440)
 
4 "of Long Marton, Gentleman" Bellas, Joseph (I1438)
 
5 "toffy nose" never lived Woking! Parslow, Dorothy Edith (I2223)
 
6 "widow" Newton, Sarah (I223)
 
7 1 As a youngster, Bertie was very neat and dapper, and had the
nickname 'the Dart,' with something of an eye for the girls.
Originally a storeman at the local Hackbridge factory in Hersham, he
had a couple of bad years with first a broken
leg (football) and later a mastoid operation. In 1934 Bertie joined
Vickers Aircraft Co at Weybridge and the later 1930s were probably his
happiest years. Subsequently he spent nearly forty years in the
aircraft industry, working on over 20
different aircraft, from the biplane Hawker Hart, through wartime
bombers such as the Wellington, to jet prop airliners like the
Viscount, and pure jet aircraft such as the VC10. He finished his
career as a skilled aircraft fitter in 1971
working on the supersonic Concorde, but until that year had never
flown on an aircraft.



2 In a low level raid by Ju88s on 4 September 1940 on the Weybridge
factory, Bertie was badly injured, being bodily thrown some thirty
yards by an explosion beneath him. Although physically he recovered,
he suffered personality disturbance
for many years, only resuming his normal genial self in later life. In
youth and early adult life he had been a very sociable man, a keen
local footballer, a prize winning snooker player, and a skilled
craftsman in wood and metal.



3 Thoroughly extrovert, he was at his best in social circumstances; a
member of the Comrades Club of Hersham in his youth, he always
preferred going out to pubs and clubs to staying at home. Often this
was with his two nearest brothers, George
and Frank, with whom he always had an on-again off-again friendship.
Not until retirement did this pattern change to a more sedentary
existence. A heavy smoker in his early years, he was always prone to
bronchitis, later contracting lung cancer



4 Lived first at Rose Cottage, Burwood Road Hersham, moving to 58
Queens Road, a Victorian semi-detached, after i was born. Finally in
1977 we persuaded them to move next door to us in Bracknell - a good
move, since Dad died just over a year
later. 
Harris, Herbert Edward (I518)
 
8 1 Arthur died in the abortive World War 1 campaign in Mesopotamia,

and has no known grave.



2 He is commemorated on the Basra memorial, on face 30 or 64



3 No photo of him survives 
HARRIS, Arthur Albert (I2271)
 
9 1 Bill was a navy man, at battle of Jutland in WW1. Also on many
ships in WW2, includingNorth Sea run to Archangel.



2 Bill's family lived opposite the Harrises in Thistlecroft Road.
Old Mrs White took a dislike to Mary, and Bill was thrown out by
his parents when he announced he was to marry her!



3 None of the White's attended the wedding, and that day, old Mrs
White went round and drew the blinds over all her windows as for a
funeral! 
WHITE, William Charles (I2286)
 
10 1 George was a small man with a limp caused from an accident in his
youth. He married a well built and formidable lady. Very
streetwise, very sociable, often to be found in the pub, sometimes
acting as a bookies runner before betting
shops were legalised in the UK.



2 Always had a cheery word and a tease for me but was very wary of
his wife! 
Harris, George Henry (I516)
 
11 1 Maud was the third of four girls in the Howlett family, and admits
to having been a 'real terror' as a girl. She always felt that her
mother was disappointed that she was not a boy, but fought her own
corner. She was seriously ill with
diptheria as a 4 year old child (six weeks in an isolation hospital),
and was often sickly until at 17 she had scarlet fever (more
isolation) which she says kept her fit fot years.



2 She was briefly in domestic service, then apprenticed to a
dressmaker and tailor. She became very skilled, and was consulted
professionally into her middle years. But as quite a young woman she
had joined the aircraft industry, sewing canvas
for the wing and fuselage covers, and later helping with the geodetic
construction of aircraft such as the Wellington.



3 During the war she did cleaning jobs, served in a small electronic
store, and generally turned her hand to almost anything, She was also
the one in the family to whom everyone turned for support in trouble,
and in their later years nursed
her mother and father, acted as surrogate confidante for her dead
sister's children, administering the estates of both her father, and
her youngest sister.



4 She also steered her husband back to health and subsequent
normality after the disastrous effects of his being bombed in 1940.
Her quiet and unassuming manner always concealed real drive and
determination, even in the face of personal
illness

.

5 She had cancer when in her late seventies, and survived a number of
operations and associated radiotherapy. For the last three years, she
attended the Paul Bevan Hospice at Ascot, becoming a sort of mascot.
It gave her a new lease of life,
and she felt useful, able to help others because she had been through
the problems of cancer. She was a good listener, often offering
pertinent advice.



6 She always had some craft on hand, dressmaking, knitting, crochet,
embroidery, pewter work, and in later years, right up to her death,
tapestry.

Probably her proudest moment was at 89 when the Queen & Duke of
Edinburgh inspected her tapestry at the official opening of the
hospice.



7 Fastidious in person, neatly dressed, and energetic to the last,
she lived independently, doing her own housework and laundry, with
little support from us, until a few weeks before her death.



8 Her most quoted motto when I was young was ‘The Lord helps those
who help themselves’ and it seems to have carried her through her
later years. In the last two decades she was often lonely, and, I
suspect frequently frightened of the future,
but she managed to keep a positive attitude, and made many new friends
in Bracknell. 
Howlett, Beatrice Maud (I524)
 
12 1 Usually described as formidable, Lil was red-headed Manchester
Irish. A big woman, often combative, she could also be generous and
kind-hearted to unfortunates. Liked her drop of gin! She met
George when he was in the army
(non-combatant) in the First World War.



2 A;ways had a soft spot for me! 
Brennan, Lillian (Lily) Monica (I522)
 
13 1 194 Worship, Lilian (I429)
 
14 1 A lovely bubbly warm personality, Joyce coped admirably with a large
family, including triplet boys.



2 Originally in Dunedin, they retired to Blenheim, but have recently
moved back to Christchurch to be near their daughters, both now
being in their 80s.



3 Successfully reared triplet boys as well as three older children. 
NIELSON, Joyce Isobel (I2304)
 
15 1 Arthur served with Anzac forces in France in 1914-18 war, wounded in
1917 and sent to recuperate at mt felix hospital, Walton-on-Thames,
where he met and married Dolly. they returned to NZ in 1919 when
young Arthur was 2 years old.



2 He was first a gravedigger, later a parks gardener before going to
work on theDunedin trams 
Scoones, Arthur Edward (I521)
 
16 1 Bill was a very quiet self-contained man. He served with the ANZAC
forces over here, but had not, I think, been a P.O.W. alongside Arthur
Scoones.



Ref Number: 430 
POTTER, Arthur William (I2348)
 
17 1 Born in England but went to New Zealand as a small lad.



2 Served with the NZ expeditionary force in World War II. Captured
during the Greek campaign in Thessalonika after nearly completing an
epic escape.. Held as a P.O.W. in Italy and later Germany until 1945.
On his release spent some time in UK
with Bertie and Maud.



3. Ran a successful butcher's shop in Dunedin. 
SCOONES, Arthur Ernest (I2280)
 
18 1 Don was another one of the quiet ones. He was bright and went to a
grammar school, getting successful GSCs.



2 When we were younger we kept in touch, although we rarely saw each
other physically. he too had something of his mother's quality of
serenity, and was obviously much liked and respected by his workmates
and colleagues



3 His sudden death seems to have been a real loss to the family



Ref Number: 265 
WHITE, Donald Oswald (I2291)
 
19 1 Doris was the oldest and one of the liveliest of Mary's children.



2 During World War 2 she was a sergeant in the W.A.A.F. She met Pat
when he was a GI over her, married him and returned to the States as a
GI Bride just after the war.



3 They lived on the West coast, mostly in Washington state and Doris
very quickly became the typical American emancipated matron.



4 She came back to visit a number of times and corresponded regularly
with my Mum in her early years overseas. We alsoo visited them in
Yakima a couple of times after Pat had retired



5 She died a few days before their planned Golden Wedding celebration.



Ref Number: 261 
WHITE, Doris Mary (I2287)
 
20 1 Elsie was the youngest daughter, a bit fey. My Dad was said by Mum
to be very protective of her when young. I don't think he rated Frank
much. Certainly there was little or no contact after her death 
HARRIS, Elsie (I2278)
 
21 1 George was a very sociable animal. He had survived the war in the
Libyan desert and Italy, and was grateful. At the same time he felt,
with other servicemen that they were 'owed.' He was popular, and a
bit of a socialist and did well
as Union Secretary, because he could drink with the boys and keep
his head. He made me very welcome on my first visit to NZ, giving me
the grand tour of South Island in a single weekend a totally memorable
experience.. 
SCOONES, George Stewart (I2281)
 
22 1 George was his father re-incarnated. Same perky approach to life
same rough and ready humour and similarly stree smart. Just in a
bigger frame.



2 After his father died, my dad took to him as a replacement, and they
shared some of the same interests. Being younger, George was less
inclined to argue with Dad so they probably got on better! 
HARRIS, George (I2272)
 
23 1 Jean was the fun loving member of the family, always cheerful, and
ready for a party.



2 She met Bill Potter at a party given for Arthur Scoones at our
house, when he came to us on his release from P.O.W. camp in 1945.
There were several of these parties and my main recollection of Bill
and Jean is of them sitting out on thstairs
smoking and chatting, oblivious to the party - so unlike Jean!



3 Jean went ou to NZ to marry Bill and later had a family in
Palmerston North.

Her youngest daughter Elisabeth was crippled from birth, a great
tragedy for them all, eventually dying at age 14.



4 Bill only lasted a few years after that, and Jean, who had been so
bright as a youngster had a rather lonely and cheerless old age.



Ref Number: 262 
WHITE, Edith Jean (I2288)
 
24 1 Mary was the middle girl, and the next oldest to my dad. She was the
one who looked out for him when young, and they always remained
pretty close. Of all my cousins I think we were closest to he
family, and I was always given a warm
welcome at 22 Rodney Road, Walton-on-Thames, if I cycled across to
see them, even tho' with a large family, they were often hard up.



2 Mary had a quality of serenity that enabled her to sail through many
of life's problems, and she was often the peacemaker on the not
infrequent occasions when Dad fell out with one of his brothers! 
HARRIS, Mary Louisa 'Polly' (I2276)
 
25 1 Rene was small and petite and active, one very lively lady who lived
life to the full.



2 In mid-life she contracted cancer, but fought it long and bravely
for many years 
ROSENBROCK, Irene Mary (I2319)
 
26 1 Sidney was the brightest of George's boys and did quite well in
life.



2. He had lost an arm through an accident when he was young, and
always felt a bit self conscious about it 
HARRIS, Sydney Frederick (I2273)
 
27 1 Still a very formidable matriach when I met her in 1967.



2 She still ruled the family from her cottage in N.E.valley, Dunedin,

but was much loved as Nana by all the grandchildren.



3 She did enjoy a day at the races.



4 For a time, she was an honorary JP in Dunedin; a fact of which she
was very proud, though she modestly said she thought it was on account
of Arthur's union activity while alive! 
Harris, Ellen Elizabeth (I515)
 
28 1 Tui was a lovely motherly NZ housewife who didn't want to be
anything else. She enjoyed cooking and the domestic chores like
jam-making, bottling fruit, etc.She made a superb Pavlova,
and collected apostle teaspoons from
around the world. 
TREVELLA, Tui (I2307)
 
29 10 days old Goucher, Uriah (I3536)
 
30 1705 Poll Book, gent or Rugdewick, voted for Onslow in Bramley and
Cranley. 
Butcher, Richard (I47)
 
31 1861
CENSUS
Ref: RG9/1159/157 Page 2
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
John Barrell - Head - Married - Age 30 - Ag Labourer - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Maria Barrell - Wife - Married - Age 27 - Born in Semer, Suffolk, England
JANE BARRELL - Daughter - Age 5 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Barrell - Son - Age 3 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
George Barrell - Son - Age 9m - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England



1871
CENSUS
Ref: RG10/1746/68 Page 12
Living in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
JANE BARRELL - Servant - Age 15 - General Servant - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England



1881
CENSUS
Ref: RG10/1864/70 Page 21
Living in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 27 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
JANE BARRELL - Wife - Married - Age 25 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 1 - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 5m - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England



1891
CENSUS
Ref: RG11/1464/143 Page 26
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 38 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
JANE BUTCHER - Wife - Married - Age 35 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 11 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 10 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Rosina Butcher - Daughter - Age 8 - Scholar - Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
George Butcher - Son - Age 7 - Scholar - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Frederick Butcher - Son - Age 6 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Edith Butcher - Daughter - Age 4 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Alice Butcher - Daughter - Age 3 - Born in Chattisham, Suffolk, England
John Butcher - Son - Age 11m - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England



1901
CENSUS
Ref: RG12/1771/131 Page 22
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 47 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
JANE BUTCHER - Wife - Married - Age 45 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 22 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 20 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
George Butcher - Son - Age 17 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Frederick Butcher - Son - Age 16 - Stockman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
John Butcher - Son - Age 11 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Charles Butcher - Son - Age 9 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Walter Butcher - Son - Age 6 -Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England



1911
CENSUS
Ref:
Living in Rookery Cottage, Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 58 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
JANE BUTCHER - Wife - Married - Age 55 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 31 - Platelayer on GER - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Alice Butcher - Daughter - Age 23 - Born in Chattisham, Suffolk, England
Charles Butcher - Son - Age 18 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Walter Butcher - Son - Age 16 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England 
Barrell, Jane (I158)
 
32 1861 Census Kimberley, Mary M (I3965)
 
33 1861 Census Kimberley, George (I3964)
 
34 1861 Census Kimberley, Alfred (I3963)
 
35 1861 Census for Bramshott Living the Poor House. Elizabeth (I1112)
 
36 1881
CENSUS
Ref: RG10/1864/70 Page 21
Living in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 27 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 25 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 1 - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
HARRY BUTCHER - Son - Age 5m - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England



1891
CENSUS
Ref: RG11/1464/143 Page 26
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 38 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 35 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 11 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
HARRY BUTCHER - Son - Age 10 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Rosina Butcher - Daughter - Age 8 - Scholar - Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
George Butcher - Son - Age 7 - Scholar - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Frederick Butcher - Son - Age 6 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Edith Butcher - Daughter - Age 4 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Alice Butcher - Daughter - Age 3 - Born in Chattisham, Suffolk, England
John Butcher - Son - Age 11m - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England



1901
CENSUS
Ref: RG12/1771/131 Page 22
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 47 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 45 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 22 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
HARRY BUTCHER - Son - Age 20 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
George Butcher - Son - Age 17 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Frederick Butcher - Son - Age 16 - Stockman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
John Butcher - Son - Age 11 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Charles Butcher - Son - Age 9 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Walter Butcher - Son - Age 6 -Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England 
Butcher, Harry (I160)
 
37 1881
CENSUS
Ref: RG10/1864/70 Page 21
Living in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 27 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 25 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
WILLIAM BUTCHER - Son - Age 1 - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 5m - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England



1891
CENSUS
Ref: RG11/1464/143 Page 26
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 38 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 35 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
WILLIAM BUTCHER - Son - Age 11 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 10 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Rosina Butcher - Daughter - Age 8 - Scholar - Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
George Butcher - Son - Age 7 - Scholar - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Frederick Butcher - Son - Age 6 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Edith Butcher - Daughter - Age 4 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Alice Butcher - Daughter - Age 3 - Born in Chattisham, Suffolk, England
John Butcher - Son - Age 11m - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England



1901
CENSUS
Ref: RG12/1771/131 Page 22
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 47 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 45 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
WILLIAM BUTCHER - Son - Age 22 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 20 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
George Butcher - Son - Age 17 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Frederick Butcher - Son - Age 16 - Stockman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
John Butcher - Son - Age 11 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Charles Butcher - Son - Age 9 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Walter Butcher - Son - Age 6 -Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England



1911
CENSUS
Ref:
Living in Rookery Cottage, Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 58 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 55 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
WILLIAM BUTCHER - Son - Age 31 - Platelayer on GER - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Alice Butcher - Daughter - Age 23 - Born in Chattisham, Suffolk, England
Charles Butcher - Son - Age 18 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Walter Butcher - Son - Age 16 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England 
Butcher, William (I159)
 
38 1881 Census Kimberley, William J (I3967)
 
39 1881 Census Kimberley, Sophia (I3966)
 
40 1881 census Elstone, Annie (I2264)
 
41 1881 Census Ashstead Corbett, Mr John (I3784)
 
42 1891
CENSUS
Ref: RG11/1464/143 Page 26
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 38 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 35 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 11 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 10 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Rosina Butcher - Daughter - Age 8 - Scholar - Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
George Butcher - Son - Age 7 - Scholar - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Frederick Butcher - Son - Age 6 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Edith Butcher - Daughter - Age 4 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Alice Butcher - Daughter - Age 3 - Born in Chattisham, Suffolk, England
JOHN BUTCHER - Son - Age 11m - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England



1901
CENSUS
Ref: RG12/1771/131 Page 22
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 47 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 45 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 22 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 20 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
George Butcher - Son - Age 17 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Frederick Butcher - Son - Age 16 - Stockman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
JOHN BUTCHER - Son - Age 11 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Charles Butcher - Son - Age 9 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Walter Butcher - Son - Age 6 -Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England 
Butcher, John (I166)
 
43 1891
CENSUS
Ref: RG11/1464/143 Page 26
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 38 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 35 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 11 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 10 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Rosina Butcher - Daughter - Age 8 - Scholar - Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
George Butcher - Son - Age 7 - Scholar - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Frederick Butcher - Son - Age 6 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Edith Butcher - Daughter - Age 4 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
ALICE BUTCHER - Daughter - Age 3 - Born in Chattisham, Suffolk, England
John Butcher - Son - Age 11m - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England



1911
CENSUS
Ref:
Living in Rookery Cottage, Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 58 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 55 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 31 - Platelayer on GER - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
ALICE BUTCHER - Daughter - Age 23 - Born in Chattisham, Suffolk, England
Charles Butcher - Son - Age 18 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Walter Butcher - Son - Age 16 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England 
Butcher, Alice (I165)
 
44 1891
CENSUS
Ref: RG11/1464/143 Page 26
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 38 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 35 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 11 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 10 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Rosina Butcher - Daughter - Age 8 - Scholar - Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
George Butcher - Son - Age 7 - Scholar - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Frederick Butcher - Son - Age 6 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
EDITH BUTCHER - Daughter - Age 4 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Alice Butcher - Daughter - Age 3 - Born in Chattisham, Suffolk, England
John Butcher - Son - Age 11m - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England 
Butcher, Edith (I164)
 
45 1891
CENSUS
Ref: RG11/1464/143 Page 26
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 38 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 35 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 11 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 10 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Rosina Butcher - Daughter - Age 8 - Scholar - Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
George Butcher - Son - Age 7 - Scholar - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
FRERDERICK BUTCHER - Son - Age 6 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Edith Butcher - Daughter - Age 4 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Alice Butcher - Daughter - Age 3 - Born in Chattisham, Suffolk, England
John Butcher - Son - Age 11m - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England



1901
CENSUS
Ref: RG12/1771/131 Page 22
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 47 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 45 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 22 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 20 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
George Butcher - Son - Age 17 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
FREDERICK BUTCHER - Son - Age 16 - Stockman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
John Butcher - Son - Age 11 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Charles Butcher - Son - Age 9 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Walter Butcher - Son - Age 6 -Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England 
Butcher, Frederick (I163)
 
46 1891
CENSUS
Ref: RG11/1464/143 Page 26
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 38 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 35 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 11 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 10 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Rosina Butcher - Daughter - Age 8 - Scholar - Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
GEORGE BUTCHER - Son - Age 7 - Scholar - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Frederick Butcher - Son - Age 6 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Edith Butcher - Daughter - Age 4 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Alice Butcher - Daughter - Age 3 - Born in Chattisham, Suffolk, England
John Butcher - Son - Age 11m - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England



1901
CENSUS
Ref: RG12/1771/131 Page 22
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 47 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 45 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 22 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 20 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
GEORGE BUTCHER - Son - Age 17 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Frederick Butcher - Son - Age 16 - Stockman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
John Butcher - Son - Age 11 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Charles Butcher - Son - Age 9 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Walter Butcher - Son - Age 6 -Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England 
Butcher, George (I162)
 
47 1891
CENSUS
Ref: RG11/1464/143 Page 26
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 38 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 35 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 11 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 10 - Scholar - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
ROSINA BUTCHER - Daughter - Age 8 - Scholar - Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
George Butcher - Son - Age 7 - Scholar - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Frederick Butcher - Son - Age 6 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Edith Butcher - Daughter - Age 4 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Alice Butcher - Daughter - Age 3 - Born in Chattisham, Suffolk, England
John Butcher - Son - Age 11m - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England 
Butcher, Rosina (I161)
 
48 1891 CENSUS LIVING AT FARNCOMBE STREET,FARNCOMBE. STRUDWICK, RICHARD (I2495)
 
49 1901
CENSUS
Ref: RG12/1771/131 Page 22
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 47 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 45 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 22 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 20 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
George Butcher - Son - Age 17 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Frederick Butcher - Son - Age 16 - Stockman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
John Butcher - Son - Age 11 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Charles Butcher - Son - Age 9 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
WALTER BUTCHER - Son - Age 6 -Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England



1911
CENSUS
Ref:
Living in Rookery Cottage, Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 58 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 55 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 31 - Platelayer on GER - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Alice Butcher - Daughter - Age 23 - Born in Chattisham, Suffolk, England
Charles Butcher - Son - Age 18 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
WALTER BUTCHER - Son - Age 16 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England 
Butcher, Walter (I168)
 
50 1901
CENSUS
Ref: RG12/1771/131 Page 22
Living in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 47 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 45 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 22 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Harry Butcher - Son - Age 20 - Ag Lab - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
George Butcher - Son - Age 17 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Frederick Butcher - Son - Age 16 - Stockman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
John Butcher - Son - Age 11 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
CHARLES BUTCHER - Son - Age 9 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Walter Butcher - Son - Age 6 -Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England



1911
CENSUS
Ref:
Living in Rookery Cottage, Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Robert Butcher - Head - Married - Age 58 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Jane Butcher - Wife - Married - Age 55 - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
William Butcher - Son - Age 31 - Platelayer on GER - Born in Hintlesham, Suffolk, England
Alice Butcher - Daughter - Age 23 - Born in Chattisham, Suffolk, England
CHARLES BUTCHER - Son - Age 18 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England
Walter Butcher - Son - Age 16 - Horseman on Farm - Born in Washbrook, Suffolk, England 
Butcher, Charles (I167)
 

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