Book of RAYMANT

William RAYMANT was born about 1797. He married Harriett(Harriot) LLOYD on the 15th August 1814 at St Saviour Church, Southwark, Surrey, England. In 1841 he was a Plasterer living in Miles Street, South Lambeth, Surrey, England with his wife and children. He died on the 8th July 1850 at 31 Miles Street, Lambeth from Fever and Exhaustion which he had suffered from for 2 weeks. He was aged 53. His son Henry was present at the time of his passing.

Harriett ( Harriot) LLOYD was born in 1797 in Camberwell, London, England. By 1851 she was a widow residing at 31a Miles Street, Kennington aged 52 with her children Frederick (19), Alfred (15), Sarah (14), Ellen (12), and Alice SEYMOUR her Grandaughter aged 1. She was a General Shopkeeper in 1861 residing at Toll House, St Johns Ham, Surrey, England with her son-in-law and family. She died in the first Quarter 1869 in Mile End, Old Town, London.

William and Harriett's children were:

1.1. William RAYMANT (RAYMENT) who was christened on the 17th June 1816 in St Alphage Church, Greenwich, Kent, England. William married Harriett SEYMOUR and had a daughter Alice Emily born on the 2nd August 1849 at 30 Thomas Street, Kennington and he was employed as a Clerk.

1.2. George Frederick RAYMANT was born on the 31st December 1817 in Walworth, Surrey, England. His son George Frederick claims on his marriage certificate that George had a second christian name of Frederick. George was employed as a plasterer between 1838-1856. From 1857 till 1870 he was a Master Plasterer. At the time of George's marriage, he and his wife resided at 12 Elliotts Court, Old Bailey, London. In 1841 we were living at Nine Elms Lane, Battersea. George gave his age as 32 on the 1851 census. Unfortunately George's death occured on the 17th October 1870 at his home at 6 Prescott Place, Hyde Lane, Battersea, he was only 52. This was a result of Heart Disease and Choleraic Diarrhoea which he had for period of 3 months.

George was married to Emma BAKER on the 24th December 1838 at St Sepulchre Parish Church, Middlesex, London. This church being the largest in the City of London was made famous in the nursery rhyme " Oranges and Lemons". Their witnesses were Thomas and Elizabeth MAIZEY. Emma was born about 1818 in Vauxhall or Lambeth, Surrey, England. Emma's father was Roger BAKER, a carpenter. Emma stated her age as 31 on the 1851 Census when they lived at Prescott Place, Hyde Lane, Battersea. Emma was still living there when the 1881 census was taken. Her son, George resided with her.

An interesting article appeared in the London Times Monday March 28,1864 that a "George Raymant, a plasterer from Battersea was assaulted by James Elsley a bird dealer who sold George a canary but in reality was a painted green finch. The dealer promptly hit George on the head" . This George could have been either the father or son, something we will never know.

George and Emma  were blessed with 7 children of whom 1 predeceased her mother. Emma cared for her recently married daughter Agnes as she lay dying of peritonitis at their home in 1879. Emma died suddenly of heart disease aged 63 on the 4th January 1882 at 6 Hyde Lane, Battersea. An inquest was held on the 7th January, 1882. She had been working as a laundress to support herself.

George's niece was  Alice Emily RAYMANT who was born 2nd August 1849 at Lambeth, Surrey to my brother William and his wife Harriett SEYMOUR. 

    George and Emma's children were:

    1.2.1. Emma RAYMANT was born on the 12th May 1840 at 3, Wallington Place, Wandsworth Road, Battersea, Middlesex, England. For simplicity her birthplace was listed as Lambeth on the 1851 Census. She was christened on the 4th October 1840 in St Marks Church, Kennington, London. She appeared as a scholar on the census in 1851 living at Prescott Place, Hyde Lane, Battersea. From the shipping list for the "Oriental" her skills were listed as a Housemaid, Laundress and General Servant and her religion was Church of England. She emigrated on board the "Oriental" on the 21st May 1859 from London. The commander of the ship was Wm. Thos. Nixon and the Surgeon was E. W. Ward. The ship carried 4 married men, 5 married women, 1 single male aged 13, 107 single women, 2 boys between 3 and under 12, 1 boy 1 and under 3, 11 girls between 3 and under 12 and 1 girl 1 and under 3. Emma arrived in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia on the 9th September 1859 at 6.30 pm and was not hired out through the hiring depot so she may have known someone already in Tasmania. As she was an assisted immigrant she had to sign to say she would reside in Tasmania for 4 years or else she would have to pay for her passage. She was hired by Thomas CRUTTENDEN of "Woodsden" at Prossers Plains. She died on the 10th November 1887 in Wooragee, Victoria, Australia aged 47 from cervical cancer. She was buried on the 13th November 1887 in Beechworth Cemetery, Beechworth, Victoria, Australia. Emma was able to read and write and recorded her children's birthdates in her bible. Emma has a place in Australian Folklore as the "Co-eeing Woman" as visitors to the Magpie Creek area have heard the planitive cries of a woman looking for her lost child. She was married to John MORLEY on 7th January 1860 in St John the Baptist Church, Prossers Plains, Tasmania. Her husband John was born about 1836 in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England. He was christened on the 15th May 1836 in Withyham, Sussex. He spent his boyhood between 1836 and 1841 at near Yew Tree Cottage, Withyham, Sussex, England. He emigrated from London, England and arrived per "Apolline" which berthed on the 24 September 1842, and they landed 1 October 1842 as the ship was quarantined because of whooping cough and measles. With him on board was his Mother( Martha), Father (James) and 8 brothers and sisters. He resided between 1842 and 1864 on "Woodsden" at Prossers Plains, Tasmania, Australia now known as Buckland. He was a Labourer, a Farmer and a Miner between 1864 and 1896 at Wooragee. He died on the 10th February 1896 in Beechworth Hospital, Beechworth from pneumonia. He was buried on the 11th February 1896 in Beechworth Cemetery with Emma and a small headstone records this.

        John and Emma's children were:

        1.2.1.1. Emma Louisa MORLEY was born on the 18 September 1861 at Prossers Plains. Spring Bay, Tasmania. She married William SIMMS on the 30 Sep 1896 at Beechworth. Emma died on the 13 August 1916 at Ovens District Hospital, Beechworth.

        1.2.1.2. Charlotte Amanda MORLEY was born on the 22 January 1863 at Prossers Plains, Spring Bay, Tasmania. She died in 1913 in Hawthorn, Victoria and was unmarried.

        1.2.1.3. John George MORLEY was born on the 6 January 1864 at Beechworth, Victoria. He married Louisa SMITH in 1902 in Victoria and he died on the 31 December 1928 at Mt Eccles, Warragul, Victoria and was cremated at Fawkner Crematorium, Victoria.

         1.2.1.4. Rosanna MORLEY was born in 1865 at Beechworth. She died in 1865 at Wooragee. She was buried in 1865 near the family homestead at Running Creek, Wooragee. Rosanna was also known as Teresia.

        1.2.1.5. James Walter MORLEY was born on the 15th December 1869 in Beechworth and died in 1921 at Holbrook, NSW.

        1.2.1.6. Clara Agnes MORLEY was born on the 12th September 1872 at Wooragee. She married Zacharius WILLIAMS on the 22 Jan 1890 at Beechworth and died April 1946. She was buried alongside her parents on the 30th April 1946 at Beechworth Cemetery.

        1.2.1.7. Bertha Alice MORLEY was born on the 5th August 1873 at Wooragee. She married Joseph CHATFIELD in 1890 and she died on the 15 Jun 1937 at Beechworth, Victoria. She is buried with her husband alongside her parents.

        1.2.1.8. Albert Ernest MORLEY was born on the 23rd August 1875 at Beechworth. He married Lydia Broomfield Elizabeth CURD and died on the 2 August 1945 at Miles, Queensland and they are buried in the Miles Cemetery.

        1.2.1.9. Edith Maud MORLEY was born on the 13th July 1877 at Beechworth, Victoria. She married Charles Ernest Hope Bracebridge ALLEN in 1900 in Victoria. She died on the 2nd August at 28 Moorhead Street, Camberwell, Victoria and is buried in Burwood Cemetery, Burwood.

        1.2.1.10. Amy MORLEY was born on the 27th March 1879 at Running Creek, Wooragee, Victoria. She married Joseph THATCHER at the Camberwell Baptist Church, Camberwell, Victoria on the 24th September 1904 and died on the 10th November 1943 at 63 Fletcher Street, Auburn, Victoria. Amy is buried at Burwood Cemetery, Burwood.

        1.2.1.11. Ada MORLEY was born on the 26th March 1879 at Running Creek, Wooragee, Victoria. She married Alexander Edward WEGENER in 1900 and died on the 21st January 1973 at Ascot, Queensland. She is buried with her husband at Lutwyche Cemetery, Queensland.

Where John & Emma lived:

After immigrating from Buckland, Tasmania around 1864 our daughter Emma and her husband John eventually settled at Running Creek, Wooragee (now known as Magpie Creek) where they chased the elusive wealth from gold mining as well as farming. Wooragee is a small rural community north of Beechworth. To access the area one had to drive out along the old Yackanadah Railway Line. Sadly the old yew tree and the headstone made out of railway sleepers which marked the site in 1987 have been demolished by the new owners of the property. Opposite was the camp of thousands of Chinese Miners.

LINKS

1. Photographs of the Wooragee District.

    1.2.2. Charlotte Martha RAYMANT was born on 27th May 1842 at Spring Cottage, South Lambeth, Surrey, England. Her birth was registered by her mother, Emma on the 6th July 1842. In 1851 she was living with her parents at Prescott Place, Hyde Lane, Battersea. At the time of her marriage on 25th May 1865 she resided in Erith, Dartford, Kent. In 1881 she was living with her husband and family at 16 Cadbury Road, Bermondsey, Surrey.

        Charlotte's first child was:

    1.2.2.1. Louisa Emma RAYMANT was born on 13th August 1864 at the Workhouse,York Street, Westminster.Louisa's father was not listed.

        Charlotte's husband was:

William Thomas TURNER who she married on 25th May 1865 in Erith, Dartford, Kent possibly at the Corner Church- Independent Denomination. Witnesses were Louisa RAYMANT and Jesse STEVENSON and the Minister was Samuel MARCH. William Thomas TURNER was born on 3rd September 1842 in Waterside, Dartford, Kent. Prior to his marraiage he was a Plasterer in 1851 in Erith, Dartford, Kent. William was a plasterer and journeyman from 1865 to 1869. At the time of his marriage he resided in Erith, Dartford, Kent. From 1871 he changed his trade to a tanner and splitter or a leather dresser.

        William and Charlotte's Children were:

        1.2.2.1. William George TURNER born on 10th December 1865 in King Street, Rochester, Kent.

        1.2.2.2. Charlotte Jane TURNER born on 31st August 1867 in 2 Auckland Terrace, Battersea Park, Battersea. She was a Nursemaid in 1881 living at 16 Cadbury Road, Bermondsey, Surrey.

        1.2.2.3. Ada TURNER was born 18th August 1869 at 4 Henry Street, Battersea, Surrey. She resided in 1881 at 16 Cadbury Road, Bermondsey, Surrey.

        1.2.2.4. Edith TURNER was born on 4th August 1871 at 66 Albert Street, Bermondsey. She resided in 1881 at 16 Cadbury Road, Bermondsey, Surrey.

        1.2.2.5. Priscilla TURNER was born on 4th October 1873 at 68 Albert Street, Bermondsey. She resided in 1881 at 16 Cadbury Road, Bermondsey, Surrey.

        1.2.2.6. Herbert TURNER was born on the 1st August 1875 at 68 Albert Street, Bermondsey, Surrey. He resided in 1881 at 16 Cadbury Road, Bermondsey, Surrey.

        1.2.2.7. Miriam TURNER was born on the 2nd August 1877 at 16 Cadbury Road,Bermondsey, Surrey. She marrried Arthur Edward BEAMISS on 18th October 1905 at the Register Office, Prittlewell, Rochford, Essex. She died on the 11th January 1950 at 30 Nelson Avenue, Tonbridge, Kent.

        1.2.2.8. Moses Walter TURNER was born on the 5th July 1879 at 16 Cadbury Road, Bermondsey, Surrey. He resided in 1881 at 16 Cadbury Road, Bermondsey, Surrey.

        1.2.2.9. Thomas Ebenezer TURNER was born on the 30th September 1881 at 16 Cadbury Road, Bermondsey, Surrey.

Where William and Charlotte lived:

From the census and birth records for our children, we moved around a lot. By the 31st August 1867 we resided at 2 Auckland Terrace, Battersea Park, Battersea. By the 28th August 1869 we were at 4 Henry Street, Battersea, Surrey. Two years on in 1871 we lived at 66 Albert Street, Bermondsey. Then we were next door on the 4th October 1873 at 68 Albert Street, Bermondsey,Surrey. From the 2 Aug 1877 we resided at 16 Cadbury Road, Bermondsey, Surrey. In 1901, Charlotte and her husband and daughter Miriam were living at Southchurch, Essex.

    1.2.3. Louisa RAYMANT  was born on the 28th August 1845 at 2 Bond Street, Vauxhall, Lambeth, Surrey, England. She appeared on the census in 1851 at Prescott Place, Hyde Lane, Battersea. Louisa was living at 4 Henry Street, Upper Chelsea, Battersea, Surrey with her sister Charlotte when she married George HUTLEY on the 1st June 1868 at St Saviours Church, Upper Chelsea, Chelsea, Middlesex. They were married after Banns by Charles E C Campbell. Witnesses were George RAYMANT and Susan MATTEY (her mark). George HUTLEY was a Horsekeeper in 1868 and resided at 15 Green Street, Upper Chelsea, Middlesex. George also had his occupation listed as a groom and stableman at the time of the birth of their children. George was born in Stanstead, Essex and was the son of Thomas HUTLEY. Louisa was living with her daughter Lucy at 27 Benfield Street, Battersea at the time of the 1901 census. Her occupation was a nurse and she was a widow.

        George and Louisa's children were:

        1.2.3.1. George HUTLEY was born about 1865 at Chelsea, Middlesex. By 1901 George was living at Lewisham with his wife Florence GOULD and 8 children. He was employed as a Plumber.

        1.2.3.2. Henry Walter HUTLEY was born on the18th April 1869 at 18 Cheyne Row, Chelsea, Middlesex. By 1901 Henry was living at 8a Trentham Street, Wandsworth with his wife Clara Mahala ROWLAND and 3 children. He was employed as a cab driver and groom.

        1.2.3.3. Arthur HUTLEY was born at his grandparents house (the RAYMANTS), 6 Hyde Lane, Battersea, Surrey on the 9th February 1874.

        1.2.3.4. Ernest HUTLEY was born at 7 Bourne's Place, Battersea, Surrey on the 31st August 1876.

        1.2.3.5. Louisa Emma HUTLEY was born at 7 Bourne's Place, Battersea, Surrey on the 26th March 1879.

        1.2.3.6. Lucy Edith HUTLEY was born on 28th October 1884 at 58 Great Peter Street, Westminster, London.

Where George and Louisa lived:

In April 1869 we were residing at 18 Cheyne Row, Chelsea. Most likely as servants as this street is associated with many famous names in literary and artistic circles. One can visit No. 24 the home of Thomas Carlyle. By August 1876 George and Louisa were residing at 7 Bourne's Place, Battersea, Surrey.

LINKS

Cheyne Row Houses.

Hutley Family.

    1.2.4. George Frederick RAYMANT was born on the 27th November 1847 at 2 Hook's Cottages, Bond Street,Vauxhall, Surrey, England. The birth was notified by his mother on the 6th January 1848. He appeared on the 1851 and 1881 census at Prescott Place, Hyde Lane, Battersea. According to the 1881 census, that night he was at home with his mother but he had married Susan MATTEY aged 19 at St Philip's Church, Earls Court Road, Kensington, Middlesex on Christmas Day 1870. Witnesses to the marriage were Thomas HOLDER and Elizabeth TAYLOR. His occupation was as a plasterer like his father. He could read and write. His whereabouts could not be found on the 1901 census.

Where George and Susan lived:

George resided with his wife in December 1870 at 6 St Johns Terrace, Kensington, Middlesex. On census night was he just staying around at Mum's or had he separated from his wife.

     1.2.5.Walter RAYMANT  was born on the 22nd January 1850 at Hyde Lane, Battersea, Surrey, England.The informant for his Birth Certificate was George RAYMANT, his father on the 29th January 1850. He appeared on the census in 1851 at Prescott Place, Hyde Lane, Battersea. He resided in October 1876 at 6 Hyde Lane, Battersea. He resided in 1881 at 18 Horace Street, Battersea, Surrey, England. The family arrived in Sydney, NSW, Australia on the 13th April 1885 on board the "Aberdeen". He died pre 1919 in Victoria, Australia. He was a plasterer. He was married to Sarah HENDEY on the 22nd October 1876 in Christ Church, Battersea,Wandsworth, England after Banns by the Minister, Frances C. Martin. Witnesses were Edwin Arthur DAVIS and Agnes RAYMANT. Sarah HENDEY was born in 1852 in 5 St Georges Row, Pimlico, Surrey to William HENDEY and Emily HALL. She was a laundress. She appeared on the census in 1881 at 18 Horace Street, Battersea, Surrey, England. She resided between 1897 and 1910 in Wilson Street, Cheltenham, Victoria, Australia. She died on 18th November 1919 in a Private Hospital at St Kilda and was buried on 19th November 1919 in Cheltenham Cemetery. Her probate documents states she was a widow who owned a four bedroom residence at 17 McArthur Street, Malvern East named "Ivere". Sarah's surname has been spelt in various forms Hendy, Henden and Hender.

        Walter and Sarah's children were:

        1.2.5.1. Emily Sarah RAYMANT was born on the 9th October 1877 at 12 Warsill Street, Battersea, Surrey, England. She married John Duesbury KNIGHT, a plasterer who in 1920 lived at Ames Avenue, Murrumbeena. She died in 1946 at Murrumbeena, Victoria, Australia and was buried on the 4th November 1946 at Cheltenham Cemetery.

        1.2.5.2. Walter Charles RAYMANT was born on the 24th November 1879 at 6 Barnet Grove, Battersea. He was married in 1911 to Lucy Meriton KOLLMORGEN in Victoria, Australia. His occupation was a plasterer. He died in 1952 at Oakleigh, Victoria, Australia and was buried on 11th August 1952 at Springvale Botanical Cemetery. 

        1.2.5.3. Arthur William RAYMANT was born in 1887 in Footscray, Victoria, Australia. He died in 1887 at Wangaratta, Victoria, Australia, aged 6 months.

       1.2.5.4. Frederick RAYMANT was born in 1890 at Wangaratta. He married Alice Dorothy AURISCH in 1917. He died in 1942 at Parkdale, Victoria, Australia and was buried on the 24th February 1942 at Cheltenham Cemetery.

        1.2.5.5. Irene Edith RAYMANT was born in 1892 at Wangaratta, Victoria, Australia. She resided at "Ivere", 17 McArthur St, Malvern, Victoria, Australia. Irene was unmarried and her occupation was a dressmaker. She died in 1965 at Cheltenham, Victoria. She was cremated on the 26th October 1965 and her ashes were scattered.

        1.2.5.6. Ivy May RAYMANT was born in 1894 at Cheltenham, Victoria, Australia. She resided at "Ivere", 17 McArthur St, Malvern, Victoria, Australia. Ivy was a tailoress.

A through search of Victorian Indexes reveals no death including using parent names and looking at all Walter's. He is not listed on the Electoral Rolls in 1914 with Sarah. He is not on the Cheltenham Burial Register where his wife is buried.

    1.2.6. Teresa RAYMANT was born on the 3rd August 1852 at Surrey, England and was christened on 17th July 1859 at St Mary's Church, Battersea, Surrey. Teresa has only joined the family history in 2002 because of the technology revolution. She is also known as Theresa. She is not listed on the 1871 Census at 6 Prescott Place, Battersea with her mother. So does anyone know who she married as she is not listed on the 1901 census under her maiden name?

    1.2.7 Agnes RAYMANT was born on the 1st March 1857 at 6 Prescott Place, Hyde Lane, Battersea, Surrey, England and she was christened on the 17th July 1859 at St Mary's Church, Battersea. She was married at the age of 21 to Edwin Arthur DAVIS, a painter who lived with the Raymant family. Her sister and brother in law, Louisa and George HUTLEY were witnesses to the marriage at the Parish Church, Battersea on the 4 August 1878. Tragically, this was a short-lived marriage of 10 months as Agnes died of peritonitis which lasted 6 days at her mothers home, 6 Prescott Place on the 19 May 1879.

1.3. Henry RAYMANT (RAYMENT) was born on the 27th September 1819 in Walworth, Surrey, England. He was christened on the 5th March 1820 in St George the Matryr Church, Southwark, Surrey. He was a Plasterer in 1841 living with his parents in Miles Street, South Lambeth, Surrey. Where was he in 1851? By 1861, he was still a plasterer residing with his wife and family at 30 Thomas Street, Kennington, Lambeth, Surrey. He died fourth quarter 1862 in Lambeth. He was married to Mary Ann HUGHES in the second quarter 1842. Mary Ann  was born about 1819 in Hammersmith, Middlesex, England. Mary may have died in the fourth quarter 1869 at Lambeth.

    Henry and Mary's children were:

    1.3.1. William Henry RAYMANT (RAYMENT) was born about 1845/1846 in Lambeth or Vauxhall, Surrey. In 1861, he was residing with his parents at 30 Thomas Street but by 1881 he was a painter residing at 14 King Street, Lambeth.

    1.3.2. Elizabeth RAYMANT (RAYMENT) was born about 1848 in Lambeth, In 1861 she was living with her parents at 30 Thomas Street, Kennington.

    1.3.3. Mary A RAYMANT (RAYMENT) was born about 1851 in Lambeth. Her possible birth was June Qtr, 1852 and was with her parents in 1861 at 30 Thomas Street.

    1.3.4. Frederick RAYMANT (RAYMENT) was born about 1854/1855 in Kennington, Lambeth and was with his parents in 1861 at 30 Thomas Street. He was a Printer Compositor in 1881 living with his brother William at 14 King Street, Lambeth.

1.4. Emily Catherine RAYMANT (RAYMENT) was born on the 28th September 1821 and was christened on 25th November 1821 in St Mary Church, Newington, Surrey, England. 

1.5. Charles RAYMANT (RAYMENT) was born 30th January 1823. He was christened on the 2nd March 1823 in St Mary, Newington. He possibly died fourth Quarter 1881 in Greenwich, Kent.

1.6. Harriette RAYMANT (RAYMENT) was born on the 2nd March 1825 and was christened on the 27th March 1825 in St Mary Church, Newington. She was living with her parents in 1841 at Miles Street, South Lambeth.

1.7. Hannah Elizabeth RAYMANT (RAYMENT) was born on the 15th March 1828 and christened on the 2nd November 1828 at St Mary Church, Newington. She was living with her parents in 1841 at Miles Street, South Lambeth.

1.8. Frederick RAYMANT (RAYMENT) was born about 1831 in Lambeth. He was living with his parents in 1841 at Miles Street, South Lambeth. He was residing with his mother in 1851 at 31a Miles Street, Kennington. He possibly died fourth Quarter 1889 in Poplar, Middlesex, England.

1.9. Matilda Charlotte RAYMANT (RAYMENT) was christened on the 27th January 1833 at St Mary Church, Lambeth, Surrey, England. She was living with her parents in 1841 at Miles Street, South Lambeth. In 1861, she was a Toll Collectors wife at the Toll House, St Johns Ham, Surrey, aged 28. In 1871, she was employed as a Charwoman residing at 25 St Vincent St, Mile End Old Town, Surrey. She is not with her children in 1881.

She was married to Thomas H SCARBOROUGH in the fourth quarter 1859. Thomas H SCARBOROUGH was born in 1823 in Middlesex, London. He was a Toll Collector in 1861 at Toll House, St Johns Ham, Surrey. He died in the fourth Quarter 1865 in W Ham. Matilda Charlotte then remarried, possibly a Mr George ASQUITH in the second quarter 1877 at Bolton, Lancashire.

    Thomas and Matilda's children were:

    1.9.1. Thomas SCARBOROUGH was born about 1861 in Esher, Surrey. He was living with his parents in 1871 at 25 St Vincent St, Mile End Old Town. He was employed as a Cotton Operative in 1881 and was residing at 14 Crompton Street, Little Bolton, Lancashire, England. He was also known as John.

    1.9.2. Matilda SCARBOROUGH was born about 1862 in Kingston Vale. She was living with his parents in 1871 at 25 St Vincent St, Mile End Old Town. She was employed as a Cotton Doubler in 1881 at 14 Crompton Street with her brothers and sisters.

    1.9.3. Henry SCARBOROUGH was born about 1863 in Kingston. He was living with his parents in 1871 at 25 St Vincent St, Mile End Old Town. He was employed as a Cotton Piecer in 1881 at 14 Crompton Street with her brothers and sisters.

    1.9.4. Alice SCARBOROUGH was born about 1864 in Lambeth. She was living with his parents in 1871 at 25 St Vincent St, Mile End Old Town. She was employed as a Cotton Doubler in 1881 at 14 Crompton Street with her brothers and sisters.

    1.9.5. Ellen SCARBOROUGH was born about 1865 in Lambeth. She was living with his parents in 1871 at 25 St Vincent St, Mile End Old Town. She was employed as a Cotton Doubler in 1881 at 14 Crompton Street with her brothers and sisters.

    1.9.6. William SCARBOROUGH was born about 1873 in Kingston Vale. In 1881 he was a scholar who was being looked after by his brothers and sisters at 14 Crompton Street.

1.10. Alfred Benjamin RAYMANT (RAYMENT) was christened on the 3rd August 1834 in St Mary Church, Lambeth. He was living with his parents in 1841 at Miles Street, South Lambeth. He was residing with his mother in 1851 at 31a Miles Street, Kennington.

1.11. Sarah Ann RAYMANT (RAYMENT) was christened on the 19th June 1836 in St Mary Church, Lambeth. She was living with his parents in 1841 at Miles Street, South Lambeth. She was residing with his mother in 1851 at 31a Miles Street, Kennington.

1.12. Ellen RAYMANT (RAYMENT) was born about 1839 in Lambeth. She was living with his parents in 1841 at Miles Street, South Lambeth. She was residing with his mother in 1851 at 31a Miles Street, Kennington.

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