X61 Y 88 W 528 H 33
William 1196 was a brushmaker who married Julia 2900 Dennis in 1864 in Hoxton, London, and raised a family of 8:
George Thomas 2867 married Sarah Ellen 2878 Booth in 1893 and moved to Darwen in Lancashire as a cotton weaver. He is a widower in 1901 living with his sisters Nellie and Jane. He married Wilhelmina Wood in 1901, and emigrated to USA with his daughter Annie in 1921 on the ship SS Cedric. They are shown in the Ellis Island records as destined for RI, Lonsdale, and that 'Uncle Albert' had paid for all of them. It seems that George and Wilhelmina both returned to Blackburn and eventually died there. Albert married Hannah Hacking in Blackburn, and had two daughters Amy 2874 b 1895 and Julia 2875 b 1900, both in Darwen.
William Thomas 2136 broke the mould and became a chair maker and then a cabinet maker in Hackney. He married Sarah 2137 Parry in 1864 and they had 10 children in Haggerston including:
SS Cedric was built by Harland & Wolff, run by the White Star Line and was known as the 'Atlantic Ferry'
James 1257 was a fancy brush finisher in 1881, but then a florist in 1901. He married Isabel 1262 Allen in 1867 in Shoreditch. Their children include: