James Whybrew

James Whybrew Born: 18/20 October 1819, (Great Horsley), Wallingford, Essex, England
Parents: James Whybrew (bricklayer) and ...
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Married: Lydia Stevens, 20 April 1845, St John Church, Waterloo Road, England
    (Apr-Jun 1845, Lambeth, London, Vol.4, p.266)
Children: All children were born in Bermondsey, Southwark, England
                David Whybrew, 29 January 1846 (died 19 February 1846)
                George Whybrew, 24 January 1847
                Rachel Whybrew, 9 December 1848
                Joseph Silas Whybrew (twin), 5 October 1850
                Mary Elizabeth Whybrew (twin), 5 October 1850 (died 26 May 1852)
                Samuel Whybrew, 23/28 February 1852
                Hephsibah ("Epsey") Whybrew, 25 September 1854
                William Whybrew, 1 February 1856
                Ellen Whybrew, 16 November 1858
                Annie Whybrew, 7 January 1861
Addresses: 1861: 143 Grange Road, Bermondsey, Southwark, Surrey
                    1871: Pitlake (2) Bridge Terrace, Croydon, Surrey
                    1881: 1 West Street, Croydon, Surrey, England
                    1891: 2 Grange Park, Thornton Heath, Croydon, Surrey, England
Occupation: 1861: Master Bricklayer
                      1881: Bricklayer (Emp 1 Hand)
                      1891: Living on own means
                      1892: Retired Builder
Died: 24 July 1898 (age 79), England (Jul-Sep 1898, Reigate, Surrey, Vol.2A, p.108)
Buried: Croydon, England

James Whybrew was a builder, of Bures, Essex.

Marriage certificate for James Whybrew and Lydia Stevens
1871 Census image for James Whybrew


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