Showing posts with label Corn Merchant. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Corn Merchant. Show all posts

Tuesday, 4 May 2021

Charles William Fuller and Maria Wilton

Village Green, High Easter, Essex
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Maria Wilton, daughter of Henry Wilton and Sarah Staines, married Charles William Fuller (bap. 4 Nov 1832 in High Easter), son of Benjamin and Mary Ann Fuller, on 3 Oct 1862 in Great Dunmow, where, in 1861, Charles William Fuller, miller, was lodging. His father, Benjamin was a miller in High Easter

Charles and Maria had six children:
  1. Edith Mary Fuller born 1864, bap. 28 Sep 1864
  2. Annie Fuller born 1865, bap. 7 Apr 1867
  3. Henry Fuller born 1867, bap 7 Apr 1867
  4. Alfred William Fuller born 1868, bap. 18 Nov 1868
  5. Emily Maria Fuller born 1869 (died 1870)
  6. Charles William Fuller born 1871, bap. 24 Aug 1873
In 1871, Charles William Fuller (38), Corn Merchant's Clerk, was listed in High Street, Great Dunmow with wife Maria (27), sons Henry (4), Alfred (3) and Charles William (0), as well as Jane Philpott (56), Monthly Nurse. Edith Mary (6) was staying with her grandparents, Henry and Sarah Wilton, while Annie (5) was staying with her other grandparents, Benjamin and Mary Ann Fuller.

It must have been very soon afterwards, Charles William Fuller died, aged 38.

Then, the unthinkable: Maria Fuller also died in 1876, aged just 32.

In 1881, Edith M Fuller (16) was a Draper's Assistant to Joseph Parkhurst, Draper, in High Street, Chipping Ongar; Annie Fuller (15) was a Draper's Assistant in the household of Denny Stone, Draper, in Market Place, Romford; Henry Fuller (14) and Charles Fuller (10), Scholars, were living with grandfather, Henry Wilton in Great Dunmow; while Alfred William Fuller (13), had been sent to the Infant Orphan Asylum, Wanstead, West Ham, London (photo).

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