Title: British census
Title: 1851 Census (taken 30 Mar 1851)
Text: For all Census returns, a wife shown need not be the natural mother of those children listed. Relationships indicated are with respect to the head of each family.
Note: N8848 The church of St. Mary’s Hornsey was closed in 1872, and demolished.
In 1865 at time of marriage she was living in Frederick St, Islington, as was her husband.
She doesn’t feature in the 1861 Census for Islington.
I have assumed she is the Sarah King age 5, born Hornsey, who in 1851 census was living [or staying] in Hornsey with her grandmother Charlotte Preston (head of household) and various Preston offspring who were born between 1818 and 1839.
SARAH ANN KING
7 DEC 1845 Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London
Father: JAMES KING Mother: FRANCES
IGI also has christening of Sarah Ann King
Birth: 22 OCT 1845 (where? 3 years before baptism?)
Christening: 7 APR 1848 Saint Anne Soho, Westminster, London, dau of James William King & Maria
All the Sarah Ann Kings in the 1845 BMD from likely places, on 1837 Online, are:
Sarah Ann King, Bethnal Green qtr Jul-Aug-Sep 1845, vol II p 64
Sarah Ann King, Bethnal Green qtr Oct-Nov-Dec 1845, vol II p 20
Sarah Ann King, Stepney qtr Oct-Nov-Dec 1845, vol II p 498
Possible 1851 Census entry is for a Sarah living in 56 Park Cottages, St John’s Hackney, age 10 (so b 1841) with her mother Sarah, a widow. (Census image on file)
In 1861 census a Sarah King, pupil teacher, age 15 (ie born 1846), born Hornsey, was living In Hornsey Village, as the daughter in law (age 15 ???) of the head of the household:
BEMAN, Amelia Daughter 45 Laundress b Hornsey
BEMAN, Mary Daughter Unmarried 43 Laundress b Hornsey
BERTON, Edward Son Unmarried 30 Gardner Labourer b Hornsey
BERTON, Charlette Daughter Unmarried 20 Laundress b Hornsey
KING, Sarah Daughter In Law 15 Pupil Teacher b Hornsey
Note: 5 in 1851, 35 in 1881, 45 in 1891, 65 in 1911
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