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Pidgeons of Honiton, Devon  (Daniel)


In 1746 Daniel PIDGEON of Sidbury married Elizabeth POOKE of Cullompton at Rockbeare.  Daniel and Elizabeth continued to live at Sidbury, but most of their children moved into the larger town of Honiton or nearby Offwell.  This is a family of grocers and wine merchants.

 

One branch of this family moved to London and became Dental Surgeons.  The young cross-country runner and 2012-Olympics-prospect Emily PIDGEON is descended from one of these dentists.

 

Another descendant, Daniel PIDGEON studied engineering at Reading, where it is possible that he met John Winter PIDGEON, the father of the 19th century artist Henry Clarke PIDGEON.  Daniel was occupied in the manufacture of agricultural implements and the design of Westminster Bridge.  He wrote a book called An Engineer's Holiday V1: Or Notes of a Round Trip from Long. 0' to 0' based on his travels as an engineer.   He was also a member of the Geological Society of London and, on his death in 1900, left £1000 to the society, which was used to set up the Daniel Pidgeon Fund for young geologists.  He also left £1000 to each of two London hospitals.  His son Winter Randell PIDGEON also became an engineer, as well as being an excellent ice-skater and co-author of a book called Figure Skating, Simple and Combined.  He was also co-author of US Patent no.739255 (1903) for a new clutch.

 

Main contributor:  Basil Pidgeon.  Additional contributions:  Hugh Pidgeon

 

Notes:    ab. = about,  b. = born,  bp. = baptised,  bu. = buried,  d. = died,  m. = married,  + = extramarital relationship.

                Hon = Honiton, Devon

                Mel.R = Melcolme Regis, Weymouth, Dorset

 

Daniel PIDGEON (b. – d.)  “of Sidbury”

   m.(11/9/1746, Rockbeare) Elizabeth POOKE (b. – bu.19/3/1775, Sidbury)  “of Cullompton”

    |    1749–1766:  Daniel Pidgeon of Sidbury is listed as a Freeholder

    |

    |– John PIDGEON (bp.9/8/1747, Sidbury – d.12/5/1833, 86y, Hon) Grocer of Honiton

    |      m.(27/4/1802, Widworthy) Anne BAKER (b.ab.1751 – d.6/10/1828, 76y, Hon)

    |

    |– Daniel PIDGEON (b.ab.1748 – bu.22/12/1815, 67y, Hon)

    |      m.(24/12/1789, Hon) Ann DAVY (b. – bu.30/8/1795, Hon)

    |       |

    |       |– Kezia PIDGEON (bp.27/4/1791, Hon – d.1840, Hon)

    |       |      m.(7/12/1813, Hon) James HUTCHINGS (bp? 6/10/1790, Hon – bu.12/6/1827, Hon)

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    |       |       |– Daniel Pidgeon HUTCHINGS (bp.17/10/1817, Hon – d.19/12/1817, Hon)

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    |       |       |– Ann HUTCHINGS (b.18/11/1818, Hon – d.)

    |       |       |      m.(1841, Hon) James CONNETT (bp.1/6/1819, Hon – d.) Cooper

    |       |       |       |    1851:  at Powder Mill, Lydford – James & Ann;  Harriett, George A + 2 Logers (sic)

    |       |       |       |

    |       |       |       |– Harriet CONNETT (b.1843, Hon – d.)

    |       |       |      └  George Alfred CONNETT (b.1848, Hon – d.)

    |       |       |

    |       |      └  James HUTCHINGS (b.11/7/1821, Whimple – d.)

    |       |              m?(1850, Hon) Fanny BAMFIELD (b. – d.)

    |       |

    |      └  Elizabeth PIDGEON (b.16/8/1793, Hon – bu.26/11/1822, 30y, Hon)

    |              m.(12/4/1815, Hon) John DOUDNEY (b.ab1787, Bishops Hull, Som – d.1870, 86y, E Stonehouse)

    |               |                                  :                                                                                                     Victualler

    |               |                                 m2.(3/1/1826, Hon) Mary STEPHENS (b.ab1800, Guernsey – d.)

    |               |    1851:  at 12 Little Dunford St, E Stonehouse – John & Mary (Dealer in Hay & Corn)

    |               |    1861:  at 11 Little Dunford St, E Stonehouse – John & Mary (School master & mistress)

    |               |

    |               |– Mary Ann Thomazine DOUDNEY (b.1815, bp.25/3/1816, Hon – bu.?3/12/1819, 4y, Hon)

    |               |

    |               |– Daniel Pidgeon  DOUDNEY (bp.15/6/1817, Hon – bu.9/12/1824, 7y, Hon)

    |               |

    |               |– Henry DOUDNEY (bp.11/10/1819, Hon – d.1857, Hon) Shoemaker

    |               |      m.(9/3/1837, Hon) Elizabeth CLAPP (b.ab.1812, Awliscombe – d.1888, 74y, Barton Regis)

    |               |       |                                                                                                                         Washerwoman

    |               |       |    1841:  at New Street, Hon – Henry & Elizabeth;  Thomasin, John

    |               |       |    1851:  at Black Lion Drang, Hon – Henry & Elizabeth;  Thomasin, John, Elizabeth, Mary

    |               |       |    1871:  at New Street, Hon – Elizabeth (wid);  Elizabeth, Harry + Richard CLAPP (wid, bro)

    |               |       |    1881:  at New Street, Hon – Elizabeth (wid);  Elizabeth + Richard CLAPP (wid, bro)

    |               |       |

    |               |       |– Thomasin DOUDNEY (bp.6/1/1839, Hom – d.1914, Bristol) Pork Butcher

    |               |       |            1871:  at 6 Old Market St, Bristol – Thomasin (cousin, shop asst) + Richard Calcott &

    |               |       |            1881:  at 6 Old Market St, Bristol – Thomasin (shop asst)                                       family

    |               |       |            1891:  at 28 Clarence Rd, Bristol – Thomasin, Elizabeth, Nellie (niece)

    |               |       |            1901:  at 28 Clarence Rd, Bristol – Thomasin, Elizabeth, Nellie (niece)

    |               |       |

    |               |       |– John DOUDNEY (bp.25/11/1840, Hon – d.1880, 39y, Hon)

    |               |       |

    |               |       |– Mary DOUDNEY (bp.9/3/1847, Hon – d.1916, 69y, Hon) Parlourmaid

    |               |       |       :    1871:  at Bathampton House, Bathampton, Som – Mary (servt) + Robert SMITH & family

    |               |       |       :    1881:  at Grove Hill, Harroe, Midx – Mary (servt) with Alfred WILKINSON & family

    |               |       |       :    1891:  at 6 Kensington Garden Sq, Paddington – Mary DOWDING

    |               |       |       :    1899:  at Lower Weston, Bath – Mary (residence at time of marriage)

    |               |       |      m.(5/1/1899, Hon) William John ISAAC (b.1844, Hon – d.1917, 72y, Hon) Innkeeper

    |               |       |            1901:  at High St, Hon – William Jno & Mary

    |               |       |

    |               |       |– Elizabeth DOUDNEY (bp.16/7/1849, Hon – d.1916, 69y, Hon) Housekeeper

    |               |       |            1891:  at 28 Clarence Rd, Bristol – Thomasin, Elizabeth, Nellie (niece)

    |               |       |            1901:  at 28 Clarence Rd, Bristol – Thomasin, Elizabeth, Nellie (niece)

    |               |       |

    |               |      └  Harry DOUDNEY (bp.25/12/1855, Hon – d?1893, 36y, Bartin Regis) Cordwainer

    |               |              m.(1879, Southampton) Ellen Elizabeth LINN (b.1856, Forest Hill, Sur – d?1901, 43y,

    |               |               |                                                                                                                     Southwark)

    |               |               |    1881:  at 5 Brighton Ter, Southampton – Harry & Ellen E + Edith M LINN (Ellen’s sister)

    |               |               |

    |               |              └  Harry Linn DOUDNEY (b.1880, Southampton – d.1880, 0y, Southampton)

    |               |

    |               |– John Pidgeon DOUDNEY (bp.6/12/1820, Hon – bu.12/6/1857, 35y, Hon) Tea Dealer & Grocer

    |               |      m.(28/6/1847, Hon) Lydia CHURCHILL (b.1821, Exeter – d.1895, 75y, Streatham, London)

    |               |       |                                                                                                                       School Mistress

    |               |       |    1851:  at Broad St, Ottery St Mary – John P & Lydia;  James C, John H + Elizabeth E CLAPP

    |               |       |    1861:  at High St, Hon – Lydia (wid);  James, John                                                          (servt)

    |               |       |    1871:  at New St, Hon – Lydia (wid);  John H + Aphra CHURCHILL (sister)

    |               |       |

    |               |       |– James Churchill DOUDNEY (b.1848, Ottery – d.1908, 49, West Ham)

    |               |       |       :    1871:  at 15 Mount Pl, Southampton – James C (seafaring – officer’s servt)

    |               |       |      m.(1874, So’ton) Rosetta Selina Bridget CHAMBERS (b.1841, Briport – d.)

    |               |       |       |                             m2.(1882, So’ton) William James DEACON (b.ab.1850 – d.

    |               |       |       |    1881:  at 3 Charles St, So’ton – Selina (wid);  Annie DOUDNEY + Eliza CHAMBERS

    |               |       |       |    1891:  at Yarmouth – William & Selina;  Annie DEACON + Eliza CHAMBERS       (mother)

    |               |       |       |    1901:  at Gorleston, Nor – Selina (wid);  Annie DEACON

    |               |       |       |              Did James & Selina divorce or commit bigamy?!

    |               |       |       |

    |               |       |       |– Annie Harriet M DOUDNEY (b.1876, Southampton – d.)

    |               |       |       :

    |               |       |      m2.(1880, Elham, Kent) Mary Ann MacKENNA or Ruth Maria NAZER

    |               |       |      m3.(1907, West Ham) Daisy Amelia GRANT or Adeline Maud HARDING

    |               |       |

    |               |       |– John Horatio DOUDNEY (bp.10/11/1850, Ottery – d.) Clerk, Accountant

    |               |       |      m1.(1871, Hon) Emily SLOCOMBE (b.1850, Exeter – d.1901, 51y, Wandsworth)

    |               |       |       |    1881:  at Devon Villa, Ravenswood Rd, Streatham – James H & Emily;  Albert E, William

    |               |       |       |                                                                             J, Alfred H, Cecil H;  Lydia (wid, mother)

    |               |       |       |    1891:  at 35 Ravenswood Rd, Streatham, Lon – James Horatio & Emily;  Albert E John,

    |               |       |       |                                                                                     William J E, Alfred H A, Cecil, Eva

    |               |       |       |    1901:  at 11a Boundaries Rd, Balham, Lon - James Horatio & Emily;  Alfred Henry

    |               |       |       |                                                                                    Augustus, Cecil Horatio, Eva Emily

    |               |       |       |

    |               |       |       |– Albert Ernest John DOUDNEY (b.1874, Dulwich – d.) Warehouseman’s Assistant

    |               |       |       |      m.(1899, Fulham) Clara Louise SLOCOMBE (b. – d.)

    |               |       |       |       |    1901:  at 31 Archel Rd, Fulham – Albert & Clara;  Beatrice

    |               |       |       |       |

    |               |       |       |       |– Beatrice Mabel DOUDNEY (b.1900, Fulham – d.)

    |               |       |       |      └? Leonard William H A DOUDNEY (b.1906, Fulham – d.)

    |               |       |       |

    |               |       |       |– William James E DOUDNEY (b.1876, Peckham – d.) Lawyer’s Clerk

    |               |       |       |      m.(1899, Hastings) Emma Kate FRENCH (b. – d.)

    |               |       |       |       |    1901:  at 12 St James’s Rd, Hastings – William J E & Emma K;  Cecilia K with

    |               |       |       |       |                                                               Emma’s parents Harry J & Hannah FRENCH

    |               |       |       |       |– Cecilia Kate DOUDNEY (b.1900, Hackney – d.)

    |               |       |       |       |-? Leslie Edmund J DOUDNEY (b.1901, Hackney – d.)

    |               |       |       |       |-? Edith Eileen E DOUDNEY (b.1905, Wandsworth – d.)

    |               |       |       |      └  Hilary J DOUDNEY (b.1914, Wandsworth – d.)

    |               |       |       |

    |               |       |       |– Alfred Henry Augustus DOUDNEY (b.1877, Balham – d.) Solicitor’s Clerk

    |               |       |       |      m.(1901, Wandsworth) Winifred Ellen SIMPSON (b. – d.)   (?or Ettie NASH)

    |               |       |       |       |

    |               |       |       |       |-? Edith Winifred DOUDNEY (b.1903, Fulham – d.)                  Some uncertainty

    |               |       |       |                                                                                                     here - which child

    |               |       |       |– Cecil Horatio DOUDNEY (b.1880, Balham – d.) Railway Clerk        belongs to which

    |               |       |       |      m.(1905, Wandsworth) Daisy Matilda WYATT (b. – d.)               parents?

    |               |       |       |       |

    |               |       |       |       |-? Clodagh M M H DOUDNEY (b.1911, Lambeth – d.)

    |               |       |       |      └  Margaret DOUDNEY (b.1912, Brentford – d.)

    |               |       |       |

    |               |       |       |– Eva Emily DOUDNEY (b.1883, Balham – d.)

    |               |       |       :

    |               |       |      m2.(1903, Gloucester) Eleanor Mary DRINKWATER or Agnes Martha BROWN

    |               |       |       |

    |               |       |      └? Horario John DOUDNEY (b.1904, West Ham – d.)

    |               |       |

    |               |      └  Amelia Ann DOUDNEY (bp.26/9/1852, Ottery – d.1858, Ottery)

    |               |

    |              └  Elizabeth DOUDNEY (b. – d.)

    |

    |– Mary PIDGEON (bp.21/12/1749, Sidbury – bu.11/4/1771, Sidbury)

    |

    |– Thomas PIDGEON (b.ab.1753 – d.9/2/1825, Offwell) Licensed Victualler, Publican

    |      m.(28/9/1794, Hon) Sarah LETTEN (b. – bu.6/1/1836, Offwell)

    |       |    1822-24:  at White Hart Tavern & PH, Hon – Thomas, publican  [Pigott]

    |       |

    |       |– Elizabeth PIDGEON (bp.16/9/1795 – bu.31/3/1796, Offwell)

    |       |

    |       |– Mary (Ann) PIDGEON (bp.3/4/1797, Hon – d.1888, 92y, Hon)

    |       |      m.(1/7/1828, Hon) John BROMFIELD (b.ab.1794, Cotleigh – d.1879, 85y, Hon) Publican, Victualler

    |       |       |    1841:  at Exeter Inn, High St, Hon – John & Mary;  John, Eliza, Henrietta, Sarah

    |       |       |    1851:  at High St, Hon – John & Marianne;  Eliza Ann, Henrietta, Sarah Elizabeth + 1 servt

    |       |       |    1861:  at High St, Hon – John & Mary Ann;  Henrietta, Sarah Elizth

    |       |       |    1871:  at High St, Hon – John & Mary Ann;  Henrietta

    |       |       |    1881:  at High St, Hon – Mary A (wid) + assistant, Louisa J Carter

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Thomas Pidgeon BROMFIELD (bp.9/6/1829, Hon – d.Exeter, d.17/9/1849, 20y, Hon)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– John Pidgeon BROMFIELD (bp.18/11/1830, Hon – bu.12/7/1877, 46y, Hon) Grocer

    |       |       |      m.(25/9/1855, Hon) Jane McKNO (b.ab.1831 – d.)

    |       |       |       |    1871:  at High St, Hon – John Pidgeon & Jane;  John McKno, Maud Eliza, Arthur Tom

    |       |       |       |                                                                                                          + 5 assistants & servants

    |       |       |       |    1881:  at High St, Hon – Jane;  Maud Eliza, Arthur Tom, Ernest Bromfield, Edith

    |       |       |       |                                                                                               + Jane McKNO (mother) + 1 servt

    |       |       |       |    1891:  at High St, Hon – Jane;  Maud E, Ernest P, Edith Jane + 1servt

    |       |       |       |    1901:  at 30 South Pk Rd, Wimbledon – Jane;  Ernest, Edith J + 1 serv

    |       |       |       |               at “Grand Hotel”, 30 Colmore Row, Birmingham – Arthur T (visitor)

    |       |       |       |

    |       |       |       |– John McKno BROMFIELD (bp.5/3/1859, Hom – d.)

    |       |       |       |– William McKno BROMFIELD (b.1866, Hon – d.1867, 1y, Hon)

    |       |       |       |– Maud Eliza BROMFIELD (bp.17/5/1869, Hon – d.)

    |       |       |       |– Arthur Tom BROMFIELD (bp.1/3/1871, Hon – d.) Brass Founder’s Traveller

    |       |       |       |– Ernest Pidgeon BROMFIELD (bp.18/2/1873, Hon – d.)

    |       |       |       |      m.() Louisa Jane ? (b. – d.)

    |       |       |       |       |

    |       |       |       |      └  Patricia Rennie BROMFIELD (b.21/10/1918, Torquay – d.)

    |       |       |       |

    |       |       |      └  Edith Jane BROMFIELD (bp.1/7/1874, Hon – d.)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Sarah Ann BROMFIELD (bp.23/1/1833, Hon – d.)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Eliza Ann BROMFIELD (bp.9/3/1836, Hon – d.)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Henrietta BROMFIELD (b.22/3/1838, Hon – d.)

    |       |       |      m.(5/3/1874, Hon) James Plucknett COOMBE (b.ab.1837 – d.) Miller

    |       |       |

    |       |      └  Sarah Elizabeth BROMFIELD (bp.28/2/1840, Hon – d.26/4/1919, Exmouth)

    |       |              m.(22/11/1866, Hon) Samuel HARDING (b.1/9/1839, Branscombe – d?1908, 68y or 1916, 77y)

    |       |               |                                                                                                                                     Farmer

    |       |               |    1871:  at Spratshays Farm, Littleham – Samuel & Sarah E;  Ellen E, Hettie + 3 servts

    |       |               |    1881:  at Otterton Barton, Otterton – Samuel & Sarah E;  Ettie, Florence, Ada M, Bessie,

    |       |               |                                                                                                                   Ernest E + 3 servts

    |       |               |    1891:  at Otterton Barton, Otterton – lizth;  Ettie, Florence, Ada Mary,

    |       |               |                                                                                                    Ernest Charles, William Victor

    |       |               |    1901:  at Otterton Village - Samuel & Sarah E;  Florence, Bessie, Ernest C

    |       |               |

    |       |               |– Ellen Eliza HARDING (b.1869, Littleham – d.)

    |       |               |– Hettie HARDING (b.1870, Littleham – d.)

    |       |               |– Florence HARDING (b.1873, Otterton – d.)

    |       |               |– Ada Mary HARDING (b.1874, Otterton – d.)

    |       |               |– Ernest Charles HARDING (b.1878, Otterton – d.)

    |       |              └  William Victor HARDING (b.1887, Otterton – d.)

    |       |

    |       |– John PIDGEON (bp.17/5/1799, Hon – d.29/7/1839, 40y, Taunton) Publican

    |       |      m.(13/2/1827, Hon) Sarah Madge FLOOD (b.6/2/1799, Hon – d.1877, 78y, Liverpool) Inn keeper

    |       |       |    1827:  at White Hart Inn, Honiton – Mr John PIDGEON

    |       |       |    1841:  at North St, Taunton – Sarah (wid) + Emblin WILLS + 1 servt

    |       |       |    1851:  at North St, Taunton – Sarah (wid) + Emblin WILLS (niece) + 1 servt

    |       |       |    1861:  at 3 East St, Taunton – S M (lodger, retired)

    |       |       |    1871:  at 42 Kinglake ST, Liverpool – Sarah M (lodger)

    |       |       |

    |       |      └  John PIDGEON (bp.12/6/1827, Hon – d.1903, Brentford, 76y, Mdx) Pharmaceutical Chemist

    |       |              m.(26/3/1851, Bristol) Ellen Burrow JONES (b.ab.1831, Bristol – d.1889, 57y, Brentford)

    |       |               |    1851:  at High St, Taunton, Som – John & Ellen + Francis PRATT (cousin) + 1 sevt

    |       |               |    1861:  at 50 High St, Taunton – John & Ellen Burrow;  William J, Kathleen, Henry + 2 sevts

    |       |               |    1871:  at 36 Oxford St, Liverpool – John & Mary B;  William J, Kathleen, Henry, Alfred, Ellen,

    |       |               |                                                                         Walter H, Blanche + 4 others (incl. 20y Prussian)

    |       |               |    1881:  at 32 Prah Rd, Islington, London – John & Ellen B;  Kathleen, Alfred, Ellen, Walter H,

    |       |               |                                                                                     Maud H + Japanese student lodger (27y)

    |       |               |    1891:  at 4 Lancing Rd, Ealing – John (wid);  Cathleen, Maud + Blanche THOMAS (41,niece)

    |       |               |    1901:  at 4 Lancing Rd, Ealing – John (wid);  Kathleen

    |       |               |

    |       |               |– William John PIDGEON (b.1852, Taunton – d.1933, 81y, Bideford) Dental Surgeon

    |       |               |       :    1881:  at 13 St Michael’s Ter, Tottenham – William J with Elizabeth ROUGHSEDGE

    |       |               |       :                                                                                                                  (aunt) & family

    |       |               |      m.(1886, W Derby, Lancs) Fanny LITTLER (b.ab.1856, Bootle Lancs – d.1935, Weston, Som)

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    |       |               |       |    1891:  at 9 Oriel Rd, Bootle, Lancs – Wm J & Fanny;  John G + 2 servts

    |       |               |       |    1901:  at 76 Merton Rd, Bootle, Lancs – William J & Fanny;  John G

    |       |               |       |

    |       |               |       |– John Gordon PIDGEON (b.22/2/1891, Bootle – d.1980, 89y, Dacorum, Herts)

    |       |               |       |      m.(1920, Richmond, Sur) Mabel A STADEN (b.ab.1892 – d.1964, 72y, Hemel Hemp’d)

    |       |               |       |       |

    |       |               |       |      └  Pauline Maud PIDGEON (b.29/1/1923, Bath – d.9/1992, 69y, Torbay)

    |       |               |       |

    |       |               |      └? Frances Annie PIDGEON (b.1894, West Derby – d.1895, 1y, West Derby)

    |       |               |

    |       |               |– Kathleen PIDGEON (b.1853, Taunton  – d.1938, 83y, Wells, Som) Profr of Music

    |       |               |        to 1901:  always with parents at Liverpool, London

    |       |               |

    |       |               |– Sidney PIDGEON (b.1856, Taunton  – d.1857, Taunton)

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    |       |               |– Henry PIDGEON (b.1858, Taunton  – d.1909, 51y, Bath) Dental Surgeon

    |       |               |       :    1881:  at 45 Berry St, Liverpool – Henry (b’der with Henry WHITBREAD & family)

    |       |               |      m.(1889, Bath) Cecilia DUGDALE (b.1863, Bath – d.1901, 37y, Bath)

    |       |               |            1891:  at 17 Belgrave Crescent, Bath – Henry & Cecelia + 1 servt

    |       |               |            1901:  at 3 Rookliffe Rd, Bath – Henry (wid), Walter H (bro)

    |       |               |

    |       |               |– Alfred PIDGEON (b.1862, Taunton – d.1931, 70y, Wandsworth) Dental Assistant

    |       |               |      m.(1894, Edmonton) Emily Ada ROUGHSEDGE (b.1859, Bristol – d.1912, 53y, Waterloo)

    |       |               |       |    1901:  at Holly Villa, Crosby Rd North, Waterloo, Lancs – Alfred & Emily A;  Marianne D

    |       |               |       |                                                                                   PIDGEON + Rosvina EPTON (servt)

    |       |               |      └  Marianne Dorothy PIDGEON (b.1895, Waterloo – d.)

    |       |               |              m.(1933, Wandsworth) Herbert S MILLER (b. – d.)

    |       |               |

    |       |               |– Ellen PIDGEON (b.1864, Taunton – d.)

    |       |               |      m.(1890, Brentford) Frederick Charles BEKE (b.ab1868, Canton, Glam – d.) Furniture

    |       |               |                                                                                                                                 Salesman

    |       |               |            1891:  at 20 Albion Gardens, Hammersmith – Frederic C & Ellen

    |       |               |            1901:  at 189 King St, Hammersmith – Frederick Chas

    |       |               |                       at 151 Finchley Rd, Hampstead – Ellen, with sister-in-law R E PIDGEON

    |       |               |

    |       |               |– Walter Herbert PIDGEON (b.22/8/1866, Liverpool – d.31/7/1911, 44y, Hampstead)

    |       |               |       :                                                                                    Commercial Clerk, Dental Surgeon

    |       |               |      m.(23/8/1899, West Brompton, Lon) Rose Emma JUDD (b.1872, Newbury, Berks – d.1951,

    |       |               |       |                                                                                                                   78y, Islington)

    |       |               |       |    1901:  at 151 Finchley Rd – R E + Ellen BEKE (sis-law) + 3 servts

    |       |               |       |               at 3 Rookliffe Rd, Bath – Walter H, with brother Henry (wid)

    |       |               |       |

    |       |               |       |­– Ellaline Rose PIDGEON (b.1901, Hampstead – d.)

    |       |               |       |      m.(1924, Hampstead) Leonard Charles LANGLEY (b.1895 or 98, Lon – d.)

    |       |               |       |

    |       |               |      └  Guy Randall PIDGEON (b.17/5/1904, Hampstead – d.1992, 88y, Yeovil) Dental Surgeon

    |       |               |              m.(11/5/1935, Hampstead) Margaret WEBSTER (b.23/10/1911 – d.1995, 83y, Yeovil)

    |       |               |               |

    |       |               |               |– Jeremy Durant PIDGEON (b.29/4/1937, Barnet – d.1981, 43y, N Surrey)

    |       |               |

    |       |               |                                     →  Hugh PIDGEON

    |       |               |

    |       |               |– Blanche PIDGEON (b.1868, Liverpool – d.1871, 2y, Liverpool)

    |       |               |

    |       |              └  Maud Helena PIDGEON (b.1871, Liverpool – d.1939, 68y, Bath) Hospital Nurse

    |       |                            1901:  at Grove Hospital, Streatham, London – Maud Helena (officer)

    |       |

    |      └  Daniel PIDGEON (b.8/6/1803, Hon – d.1878, 75y, Mel.R) Grocer, Tea Dealer

    |              m.(11/8/1830, Mel.R) Ann PICKERING (b.ab.1801, Coventry – bu.7/4/1875, 74y, Mel.R)

    |               |    1830:  at 36 St Mary’s Street, Mel.R – Daniel PIDGEON  [Pigot]

    |               |    1841:  at Mary St, Mel.R – Daniel & Ann;  Ann, Daniel, Ed, Helen

    |               |    1851:  at 38 St Mary’s Street, Mel.R – Daniel & Ann;  Ann, Edward + 1 apprentice + 1 servt

    |               |    1861:  at 36 St Mary’s Street, Mel.R – Daniel & Ann;  Ann, Edward, Helen + 1 appren + 3 servts

    |               |    1871:  at 7 St Mary’s Street, Mel.R – Daniel & Ann;  + 1 servt  (now also wine & spirit merchant)

    |               |

    |               |– Ann PIDGEON (bp.28/12/1831, Mel.R – d.) Schoolmistress

    |               |            1871:  at Brougham House Scool, Malvern – Ann, Ellen (sister)

    |               |            1901:  at Elfordleigh, Belgrave Cres, Torquay – Ann (boarder)

    |               |

    |               |– Daniel PIDGEON (bp.10/6/1834, Mel.R – d.13/3/1900) Engineer

    |               |       :    1851:  at 18 Bridge Street, Reading – Daniel (Engineer), lodger with George FRY & family

    |               |       :               [Did he meet John Winter PIDGEON in Reading, father of artist H C PIDGEON?]

    |               |      m1.(1859, Kensington) Lydia RANDELL (b.ab.1823, Devizes – d.1890, 67y, Eastbourne)

    |               |       |    1861:  at 2 Oxford Terrace, Lambeth – David & Lydia;  Winter + 2 servts

    |               |       |    1871:  at 19 Horse Fair, Banbury – Daniel & Lydia;  Winter R + 4 servts

    |               |       |    1881:  at Red Lion Hotel, Newquay, Corn – Daniel & Lydia;  Winter (visitors)

    |               |       |

    |               |      └  Winter Randell PIDGEON (b.1860, Lambeth – d.1926, 66y, Falmouth) Electrical Engineer

    |               |       :      m.(1888, Kensington) Mary Constance HEAP (b.1861, Liverpool – d.1940, 79y, Kerrier,  Corn)

    |               |       :       |    1901:  at 1 Cliff Rd, Falmouth, Corn – Winter R & Mary C;  Jeoffrey (boarders)

    |               |       :       |    1916:  at Lynsted Lodge, St Edmunds-terrace, Regents Park, London – Mr & Mrs W R

    |               |       :       |

    |               |       :      └  Geoffrey Denzil PIDGEON (b.1889, Paddington – d.1949, 60y, Reading)

    |               |       :              m.(1916, Westminster) Canstance Muriel HICKS (b.1890, Wandsworth – d.1946, 56y,

    |               |       :                                                                                                                                   Henley)

    |               |      m2.(1891, Westminster) Jane Mary COOPER (b.ab.1850, Clapton – d.1930, 81y, Kingston, Sur)

    |               |            1901:  at 19 Albert Hall Mansions, Westminster – Jane M (wid)

    |               |

    |               |– Edward PIDGEON (b.4/10/1835, Mel.R – d.) Grocer, Wine Merchant

    |               |      m.(1866, Canterbury) Emily CROTHALL (b.1840, Canterbury – d.1826, 86y, Brentford, Midx)

    |               |       |    1871:  at 36 St Mary’s Street, Mel.R – Edward & Emily + 5 servts

    |               |       |    1881:  at 36 St Mary’s Street, Mel.R – Edward & Emily;  George E, Helen M + 2 svt, 2  visitors

    |               |       |    1891:  at 36 St Mary’s Street, Mel.R – Edward & Emily;  George E, Helen M + 1 servt

    |               |       |

    |               |       |– George Edward PIDGEON (b.1874, Mel.R – d.1929, 54y, Kingston) Merchant’s Clerk

    |               |       |      m.(1899, Kingston) Kate Sophia STOREY (b.1874, Hampton Hill, Midx – d.1949, 75y, N

    |               |       |       |                                                                                                                           Surrey)

    |               |       |       |    1901:  at 18 Winchester Ter, Turks Rd, Twickenham – George E & Kate S; Emily (mothr)

    |               |       |       |

    |               |       |       |-? Lillian Gwendoline PIDGEON (b.1901, Kingston – d.)

    |               |       |       |      m.(1923, Midhurst, Ssx) Albert John Etherington (b.1902, Hambledon, Sur – d.)

    |               |       |       |

    |               |       |      └? Daniel George PIDGEON (b.1907, Kingston – d.1952, 44y, London)

    |               |       |              m.(1938, Poole) Betty ROLFE (b.25/5/1912, Wellington, Som – d.1992, 80y, Bath)

    |               |       |               |

    |               |       |

    |               |      └  Helen Mary PIDGEON (b.1876, Mel.R – d.)

    |               |

    |               |– Helen PIDGEON  (bp.11/8/1837, Mel.R – d?1889, 52y, Wandsworth) Schoolmistress

    |               |            1871:  at Brougham House Scool, Malvern – Ann, Ellen (sister)

    |               |

    |              └  Thomas PIDGEON  (bp.30/5/1829, Mel.R – d.1839, 0y, Mel.R)

    |

    |– William PIDGEON (bp.25/8/1756, Sidbury – bu.5/12/1790, 34y, Sidbury)

    |      m.(17/9/1776, Offwell) Mary FLEA (b. – d.)

    |       |

    |      └  Benjamin PIDGEON (bp.28/10/1776, Offwell – d.)

    |

   └  Joseph PIDGEON (bp.1/9/1759, Sidbury – bu.31/1/1822, 62y, Hon) Pattenmaker

           m. (20/11/1785, Exeter) Elizabeth MANDER (b. – d.)

            |

            |– John PIDGEON (bp.27/5/1786, Exeter – bu.19/2/1864, Hon) Wine & Spirit Merchant

            |      m.(3/1/1832, Weymouth) Eliza Jane LUCKHAM (b.ab.1811, Broadwindsor, Dor – d.1865, Weymouth)

            |       |    1841:  at High Sreet, Hon – John & Eliza;  John                                                             Lace Dealer

            |       |    1851:  at All Hallows, The Close, Hon – John & Eliza Jane;  John

            |       |    1861:  at The Close, Hon – John & Eliza Jane + 1 servt + 1 boarder

            |       |

            |       |– Eliza Ann PIDGEON (bp.9/1/1833, Hon – d.31/1/1861, 28y, Hon) School Teacher

            |       |            1841: ?at Scruell Farm, Southleigh – Eliza with Jamesy NEWBERY (farmer) & family

            |       |            1851:  at High Street, Hon – Eliza Ann with Marianne LUCKHAM (aunt)

            |       |

            |      └  John PIDGEON (bp.3/1/1837, Hon – d.18/10/1862, Calcutta) Naval Pilot

            |

            |– Daniel PIDGEON (bp.4/7/1788, Exeter – d.1875, 86y, Hon) Grocer

            |      m.(30/9/1833, Hon) Ann WILLIAMS (b.ab.1800, Bridgwater, Som – d.1870, 70y, Hon)

            |            1841:  at High St, Hon – Daniel + John DEWDNEY + 5 others

            |            1851:  at High St, Hon – Daniel & Anne + 1 servt + 2 others

            |            1861:  at High St, Hon – Daniel & Anne + 2 servts

            |            1871:  at High St, Hon – Daniel (wid) + Mary WILLIAMS (niece) + 1 boarder + 1 servt

            |

           └  Mary Ann PIDGEON (bp.19/8/1793, Exeter – d.)

                  m.() Joseph HARVEY (b. – d.)

 


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