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The Pidgeons of Kenton - Newton Abbot & London branch


Joseph Pidgeon was the sixth son of Joseph Pidgeon and Sarah Elsdon, and was born at Kenton, Devon.  (See the Pidgeons of Kenton family tree.)  He married Mary Cossey and raised a family of four sons and four daughters.  Two of their sons moved to Ashburton and another to Wolborough, both near Newton Abbot, and after Joseph died, Mary followed them.  Another son emigrated to New Zealand.  Three of their daughters, and several of their grandchildren from Ashburton went to live in London, where many of them managed public houses.  For more information on these publicans, see the details on the Pubs History website and their story in Pidgeon Post no. 8.

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

                Places in italics = Registration districts


Joseph PIDGEON (bp.31/7/1796, Kenton – d.25/6/1867, 71y, Kenton) Labourer              (See the Pidgeons of Kenton.) 

  m.(4/12/1822, Kenton) Mary COSSEY (b.ab.1800, Kenton – d.20/11/1898, 98y, London, bu.Kenton)

    |    1841:  at Oxton Cottage, Kenton – Joseph & Mary;  John, Mary, Charlotte, Charles, Robert, Emma

    |    1851:  at Higher Street, Kenton – Joseph & Mary;  Charles, Robert, Emma, William

    |    1861:  at Kenton – Joseph & Mary

    |    1871:  at South Town, Kenton – Mary (mother, wid)  + Emma (wid);  Mary Ann TUCKER

    |    1881:  at Wolborough, Newton Abbot – Mary (wid) with John & family

    |    1891:  at Rising Sun PH, 1 Vernon St, Fulham – Emma (wid);  Mary (visitor, 88) PAYNE + servt

    |    1898:  Mary d. at 29 Brady Street (The Roebuck PH), Whitechapel, London.

    |

    |– Elizabeth PIDGEON (b.5/4/1823, Kenton – d.) House servant

    |            1851:  at Starcross – Elizth (serv) with Maria STRIKE & 2 other servants

    |

    |– John PIDGEON (bp.26/11/1826, Kenton – d.1892, 65y, Newton Abbot) Farm Labourer, Ostler

    |      m.(20/5/1849, Kenton) Susanna BONAMY (b.ab.1829, Ashburton – d.1907, 78y, Newton Abbot) Housekeeper

    |       |    1851:  at Cadd lane, Ashburton – James BONNAMY (brewer) + John & Susan;  Mary Jane

    |       |    1861:  at Golden Lion, East St, Ashburton – John & Susan;  Mary J, Emma, Charlotte, Eliza

    |       |    1871:  at Wolborough – John & Susan;  Charlotte B, Eliza, Elizabeth A C, Robert B, Emily, Kate

    |       |    1881:  at 60a East Street, Wolborough, Newton Abbot – John & Susan;  Robert, Emily, Harry, John

    |       |                                                                                                                          + Mary PIDGEON (wid, 78)

    |       |    1891:  at 60a East Street, Wolborough – John & Susan;  Henry C, Gertrude (gn-dau, 11)

    |       |    1901:  at 25 Quay Road, Wolborough – Susan (wid);  Robert, John

    |       |

    |       |– Mary Jane PIDGEON (b.23/1/1850, Kenton – d.1925, 75y, Newton Abbot)

    |       |      m.(1872, Exeter) George WILLS (b.1848, Bovey Tracey – d.1911, 62y, Newton Abbot) Fellmonger’s

    |       |       |                                                                                                                                             labourer

    |       |       |    1881:  at Main Lane, Highweek, Newton Abbot – George & Mary Jane;  Kate, Charlotte M,

    |       |       |                                                                                           Charles Henry + George DAYMOND (lodger)

    |       |       |    1891:  at 1 Chelsea Ter, Highweek – George & Mary J;  Charles H, Thomas, Emma L, Emily E P,

    |       |       |                                                                                                                                        Elizabeth C

    |       |       |    1901:  at Pole Cottage, Main Lane, Highweek – George & Mary Jane;  Thomas, Emily E P, Elizabeth C

    |       |       |    1911:  at 12 Netley Rd, Newton Abbot – Mary Jane (wid, mother) with Thomas & Elizabeth Ann Crang

    |       |       |                                                                      [5/7 ch alive]                            [0 ch]                  WILLS

    |       |       |– Kate WILLS (b.1873, Exeter – d.)

    |       |       |– Charlotte Mary WILLS (b.1875, Newton Abbot – d.)

    |       |       |– Charles Henry WILLS (b.1877, Newton Abbot – d.1901, 23y, Newton Abbot)

    |       |       |– Thomas WILLS (b.1881, Newton Abbot – d.) Postman

    |       |       |– Emma Louise WILLS (b.1884, Newton Abbot – d.)

    |       |       |– Emily Eliza Pidgeon WILLS (b.1886, Newton Abbot – d.)

    |       |      └  Elizabeth Cecilia WILLS (b.1889, Newton Abbot – d.)

    |       |

    |       |– Charlotte Bonamy PIDGEON (bp.7/11/1852, Ashburton – d.1853, 0y, Newton Abbot)

    |       |

    |       |– Jasper William PIDGEON (bp.5/3/1854, Bickington – d.1854, 0y, Newton Abbot)

    |       |

    |       |– Emma PIDGEON (bp.18/3/1855, Bickington – d.1892, 37y, Newton Abbot)

    |       |       :    1871:  at 82 Benyon Rd, Hackney, Lon – Emma (servt to John RATCLIFFE & family)

    |       |       :    1881:  at Rising Sun, 1 Vernon St, Fulham – Emma (with aunt Emma PAYNE & her dau)

    |       |      m.(19/11/1883, Fulham) Thomas GUNDRY (b.1856, Camden Town – d.1913, 54y, Southwark)

    |       |                                                                                                                                      Beer house keeper

    |       |            1891:  at Somerset Arms, 17 Passmore St, Pimlico – Thomas & Emma + Bertha M GIBBS (9, visitor)

    |       |            1911:  at 67 Carter St, Walworth – Thomas (cellarman) & Julia + George MILLARD (21, stepson)

    |       |                                                                   + May AGATE (visitor, 17) + Julia SYKES (stepdau, 22) & family

    |       |

    |       |– Charlotte Bonnamy PIDGEON (bp.18/10/1857, Ashburton – d.1895, 36y, Newton Abbot)

    |       |      m.(29/7/1877, Torquay) William Edward CANNIFORD (b.1857, Kentisbeare – d.1916, 59y, Newton Abbot)

    |       |       |                                        :                                                                                Blacksmith, Innkeeper

    |       |       |                                       m2.(1896, Newton Abbot) Emma INCH (nιe ROSEWARNE) (b.1859, St Day,

    |       |       |                                                                                                Cornwall – d.1931, 72y, Newton Abbot)

    |       |       |    1881:  at 1 Chester Place, Tormoham – William E & Charlotte;  Rosey, Gertrude

    |       |       |    1891:  at 13 Brunswick Terce, Tormoham – William E & Charlotte;  Rosy, Mabel, Ida, Frederick,

    |       |       |                                                                                                                               Beatrice, William

    |       |       |    1901:  at 18 Vale Cotts, Torquay – William E & Emma;  Gertrude, Fredk, Beatrice, William

    |       |       |                                                                                                               + Jessie INCH (step-dau, 12)

    |       |       |    1911:  at Shotover Inn, Higher St, Brixham – William Edward (wid)  + housekeeper & dau

    |       |       |               at Dunscone, Castle Rd, Torquay – Emma (mar, servt to William & Mary HUGHAN)

    |       |       |– Rosey Mary Bonnamey CANNIFORD (b.1878, Torquay – d.)

    |       |       |– Gertrude Ramsey CANNIFORD (b.1879, Torquay – d.)

    |       |       |– Mabel Flora CANNIFORD (b.1881, Torquay – d.)

    |       |       |– Ida Annie CANNIFORD (b.4/7/1883, Torquay – d.)

    |       |       |– Frederick Edward CANNIFORD (b.2/11/1885, Torquay – d.)

    |       |       |– Beatrice Elizabeth CANNIFORD (b.4/11/1887, Torquay – d.)

    |       |      └  William John CANNIFORD (b.1890, Torquay – d.)

    |       |

    |       |– Eliza PIDGEON (bp.1/4/1860, Ashburton – d.1947, 86y, Essex SW) Schoolroom Maid

    |       |       :    1881:  at 30 Grosvenor Gardens, London – Eliza with Duke of SOMERSET & family

    |       |       :    1881:  at 7 Angel Court, Gt Windmill St, Westminster – Richard GAMESTER (lodger)

    |       |      m.(1882, Fulham) Richard GAMESTER (b.1859, Egham, Surrey – d.1934, 75y, West Ham)  Police

    |       |       |                                                                                                                                         Constable

    |       |       |    1891:  at Police Station, Wanstead, Essex – Richard & Eliza;  John T, Richard H, Emma M,  William G

    |       |       |    1901:  at Police Station, Wanstead, Essex – Richard & Eliza;  Richard H, Emma M, William G,

    |       |       |                                                                                                                    Robert H, Louisa Victoria

    |       |       |    1911:  at 119 Hatherley Gdns, East Ham – Richard & Eliza;  Robert Harold, Louisa Victoria

    |       |       |                                                                          [5/6 ch alive]

    |       |       |– John Thomas GAMESTER (b.1882, St George, London – d.1900, 18y, Whitechapel)

    |       |       |– Richard Harry GAMESTER (b.1884, Walthamstow, Esx – d.) Bricklayer

    |       |       |– Emma Mary GAMESTER (b.1885, Leyton, Esx – d.) Dressmaker

    |       |       |– William George GAMESTER (b.1887, Wanstead, Esx – d.)

    |       |       |– Robert Harold GAMESTER (b.1892, Wanstead, Esx – d.)

    |       |      └  Louisa Victoria GAMESTER (b.1901, Wanstead, Esx – d.)

    |       |

    |       |– Elizabeth Ann Cossey PIDGEON (bp.30/11/1862, Ashburton – d.1939, 76y, Newton Abbot)

    |       |       :    1881:  at 7 Park Place, Tormoham – Elizabeth (cook to John CONNOR)

    |       |      m.(1881, Newton Abbot) Robert CARPENTER (b.ab.1861, Bovey Tracey – d.1906, 44y, Newton Abbot)

    |       |       |    1891:  at 2 Coburg Place, Torquay – Robert & Elizabeth;  Emmie                                            Carman

    |       |       |    1901:  at 2 Coburg Place, Torquay – Robert & Bessie;  Elsie May

    |       |       |    1911:  at 2 Coburg Place, Torquay – Elizabeth (wid);  Elice   [2/2 ch alive]

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Emma Mary C CARPENTER (b.1882, Torquay – d.)

    |       |      └  Elsie May CARPENTER (b.1893, Torquay – d.)

    |       |

    |       |– Robert Bonnamy PIDGEON (bp.2/4/1865, Ashburton – d.1909, 43y, Newton Abbot) Fellmonger, Wool sorter,

    |       |                                                                                                                                       Barman, Labourer

    |       |            1891:  at Queen’s Head, 154 Whitechapel Rd, Whitechapel, London – Robert (barman)

    |       |                                                                                                 with cousin Louisa TURNER (nιe BENNETT)

    |       |– Emily PIDGEON (bp.10/5/1868, Wolborough – d.1906, 48y, St Pancras)

    |       |      m1.(7/6/1887, Stepney) William Charles HADDEN (b.1864, Stepney – d.1902, 40y, Camberwell)

    |       |       |                                                                                           Fishmonger, Dairyman, Beerhouse keeper

    |       |       |    1891:  at 76 Sale St, Bethnal Green – William & Emily;  Elsie

    |       |       |    1901:  at Baker & Basket, 41 Ornside St, Camberwell – William C & Emily;  Elsie, Ivy

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Elsie Amelia HADDEN (b.11/3/1891, Bethnal Green – d.)

    |       |       |– Ivy Louisa HADDEN (b.4/9/1893, St Goerge, London – d.)

    |       |       :

    |       |      m2.(1906, Bethnal Green) John McCARTHY (b.1843, Wapping – d.) Crane driver, Beerhouse licensee

    |       |            1911:  at Highlander, 302 Cable St, Shadwell – John (wid)  + Margaret (dau); Edward John (g-son)

    |       |                                                                                                                                                   MORRIS

    |       |– Kate PIDGEON (b.1870, Wolborough – d.1871, 1y, Newton Abbot)

    |       |

    |       |– Harry Charles PIDGEON (bp.30/10/1873, Wolborough – d.1929, 55y, Plymouth) Railway Engine Driver

    |       |      m.(1896, Plymouth) Sarah Ann TREGALE (b.1874, Newton Abbot – d.)

    |       |            1901:  at 36 Hilton Road, Wolborough – Harry & Sarah + Lewis TREGALE (boarder)

    |       |            1911:  at 24 Tothill Rd, Plymouth – Harry & Sarah + George TREGALE (nephew, 12)  [0 ch]

    |       |

    |      └  John PIDGEON (bp.17/10/1875, Wolborough – d?1938, 63y, Salisbury) Fellmonger Scudder

    |              m?(1907, Newton Abbot) Florence CLARK (b.ab.1877 – d.1921, 44y, Newton Abbot)

    |               |    1911:  at 10 Exeter Rd, Newton Abbot – John & Florence  [0 ch]

    |               |

    |               |– Frank John B PIDGEON (b.25/8/1912, Newton Abbot – d.1981, 69y, Newton Abbot)

    |               |      m.(1942, Newton Abbot) Iris Alfreda PERKINS (b.1/4/1917 – d.1/2003, 87y, Teignmouth)

    |               |       |

    |

    |– Mary PIDGEON (b.5/12/1828, Kenton – d.1873, 45y, St Olave)

    |       :    1861:  at Grove House, Grove Rd, Bethnal Green – Mary (servt to Edward HATFIELD & family)

    |       :               at 26 Thanet St, St Pancras – Henry PAINE (lodger, carpenter)

    |      m.(27/10/1861, Bloomsbury) Henry PAYNE (wid) (b.ab.1831, Exeter – d.) Carpenter, Lic.Victualler

    |                                                        m3.(12/1/1875, Stepney) Emma TUCKER (Mary’s sister – see below)

    |            1871:  at 81 Paradise St, Rotherhithe (Red Lion?) – Henry & Mary

    |

    |– Charlotte PIDGEON (b.8/11/1830, Kenton – d.1894, 64y, Whitechapel)

    |       :    1851:  at Luscombe House, Dawlish – Charlott (1 of 21 servts to Charles HOARE, banker)

    |      m1.(13/1/1861, Marylebone) William BENNETT (b.ab.1831, Bloxham, Oxon, – d.) Coachman, Beer retailer

    |       |    1861:  at 17 Globe St, Bethnal Green, London – William & Charlotte

    |       |    1871:  at 1 Finsbury Market, Shoreditch, London (Prince of Wales pub?) – William & Charlotte;  Louisa,

    |       |                                                                                                                           William + Ann (15, sister)

    |       |    1881:  at Roebuck, 27 & 29 Brady St, Whitechapel, London – William & Charlotte;  William, Louisa

    |       |                                                                                          + Emma PIDGEON (niece), Thomas COX (lodger)

    |       |– Charlotte Kate BENNETT (b.3/11/1861, Shoreditch – d.)

    |       |– Mary Louisa Elizabeth BENNETT (bp.7/6/1863, Spitalfields – d.)

    |       |      m.(25/5/1884, Spitalfields) John Hope TURNER junior (b.24/2/1858, Stepney – d.)

    |       |       |    1885:  at Cooper’s Arms, 45 Cheshire Street, Bethnal Green – John Hope Turner

    |       |       |    1891:  at Queen’s Head, 154 Whitechapel Road, Whitechapel – John & Louisa;  John

    |       |       |                                                                             + Matilda (sis), Elizabeth (sis), Walter (bro) TURNER

    |       |       |                                                                             + Lucy, Robert PIDGEON (cousins)

    |       |      └  John William TURNER (b.6/10/1890, Whitechapel – d.1894, 3y, Whitechapel)

    |       |

    |       |– Lucy Emma BENNETT (bp.4/6/1865, Spitalfields – d.)

    |       |– William Valentine BENNETT (b.14/2/1870, Shoreditch – d.)

    |       :

    |      m2.(1887, Croydon) John Hope TURNER senior (b.ab.1815, Gloucester – d.) Railway Porter

    |            1891:  at Roebuck, 27 Brady St, Whitechapel – Charlotte TURNER (wid);  William BENNETT (son),

    |                                                                                                  William PIDGEON (potman) + 2 servts, 6 lodgers

    |– Charles PIDGEON (b.31/3/1833, Kenton – d.1920, 87y, Plymouth) Ag Lab, Farm Horseman

    |      m.(27/8/1854, Ashburton) Grace WOTTON (b.ab.1834, Ashburton – d.1920, 86y, Plymouth)

    |       |    1861:  at Lawrence Lane, Ashburton – Charles & Grace;  John, Robert  + William WOTTON (father-law)

    |       |    1871:  at Langworthy Brook, Ilsington – Charles & Grace;  Emma Jane, Bessie, William Wotton,

    |       |                                                                                                  Charlotte  + William WOTTON (father-in-law)

    |       |    1881:  at Langworthy Brook, Ilsington – Charles & Grace;  Robert, Henry, Lucy, Mary Grace

    |       |                                                                                                                      + William WOTTON (wid, 78)

    |       |    1891:  at Langworthy Brook, Ilsington – Charles & Grace; + Charlott Louisa COX (grndau, 3)

    |       |    1901:  at Langworthy Brook, Ilsington – Charles & Grace

    |       |    1911:  at 8 Western Rd, Ivybridge, Dev – Charles & Grace  [55y married, 7/15 ch alive]

    |       |   

    |       |– William Joseph PIDGEON (bp.24/12/1854, Ashburton – d.1858, 3y, Newton Abbot)

    |       |

    |       |– Charles PIDGEON (bp.15/6/1856, Ashburton – d. 1858, 1y, Newton Abbot)

    |       |

    |       |– John PIDGEON (b.1858, Ashburton – d?1944, 85y, Camberwell) Publican, Licensed Victualler

    |       |       :    1871:  at Lower Rushlade, Ashburton – John (farm servt to Henry IRISH, farmer)

    |       |       :    1881:  at 2 Court, Wolbro’ St, Wolborough – John (Tanner’s labourer)

    |       |      m.(25/9/1884, Wolborough) Rosina Jane FARLEIGH (b.ab.1860 – d.1909, 49y, St Olave)

    |       |       |    1891:  at Smith’s Arms, 40 New Church St, Bermondsey – John & Rosina J;  Henry, Rosina, John

    |       |       |    1901:  at Smith’s Arms, 40 New Church St, Bermondsey – John & Rosina;  Henry, Mabel, Rosina, John,

    |       |       |                                                                                                                                    Ethel, Thomas

    |       |       |    1911:  at Smith’s Arms, 40 New Church St, Bermondsey – John (wid);  Henry Charles, Rosina,

    |       |       |    1920:  at 13 Senegal Rd, Sth Bermondsey – John                              Ethel Louise, Thomas Sydney

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Henry Charles PIDGEON (b.1885, Whitechapel – d.1948, 63, Middlesex S) Barman

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Mabel Jane PIDGEON (b.23/10/1886, Whitechapel – d.)

    |       |       |      m.(1906, Bermondsey) Lionel William DESLANDES (b.23/9/1881, Glanvile, S Australia –  d.)

    |       |       |       |                                                                                                                                           Engineer

    |       |       |       |    1911:  at 165 Rotherhithe New Rd, Bermondsey – Lionel William & Mabel Jane;  William John

    |       |       |       |                                                                                        [1/1 ch alive]

    |       |       |       |    1912:  Oct 16 – Emigrated to Australia on SS Geelong, dep London for Adelaide

    |       |       |       |                               Lionel & Mrs May;  William G

    |       |       |       |

    |       |       |       |– William John DESLANDES (b.1907, Bermondsey – d.1965, Hindmarsh, SA)

    |       |       |       |      m.(1929, Adelaide) Mavis Mary VINCENT (b. – d.)

    |       |       |       |– Lionel Keith DESLANDES (b.1913, Adelaide – d.)

    |       |       |        Eric Roy DESLANDES (b.1914, Adelaide – d.30/11/1988, Adelaide)

    |       |       |              m.() Kathleen Joyce ROWE (b.20/9/1917 – d.18/2/2009, 91y, Adelaide)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Rosina PIDGEON (b.11/8/1888, Whitechapel – d.) Barmaid

    |       |       |      m.(11/9/1913, Camberwell) Albert Walter HART (b.1881 – d.1972, Port Adelaide, SA)

    |       |       |       |    1913:  Oct 9 - Emigrated to Australia on SS Beltana, dep London for Adelaide

    |       |       |       |                            Albert W & Mrs Rosina  + Thomas M PIDGEON

    |       |       |       |    1916-1917:  at Long St, Queenstown, S Australia – Mrs A W Hart

    |       |       |       |    1920:  Aug 30 – at High St, Queenstown, SA – Mrs A W Hart

    |       |       |       |

    |       |       |       |– Bettina HART (b.1918, P Adelaide – d.)

    |       |       |        Rene Maie HART (b.1923, P Adelaide – d.)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– John William F PIDGEON (b.5/1/1890, Whitechapel – d.) Clerk

    |       |       |            1910:  Mar 3 – Emigrated to Canada on  SS Canada, dep. Liverpool for Halifax

    |       |       |                       Mar 11 – arr.Halifax, Nova Scotia, and crossed into USA at St Albans, Vermont

    |       |       |                       Apr 21 – at Minneapolis, Min, USA (US census) – John W (boarder)

    |       |       |            1914:  Oct 28 – Joined Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force at Winnipeg, Man

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Ethel Louise PIDGEON (b.bp.8/11/1891, Bermondsey – d.1951, Adelaide, SA) Barmaid

    |       |       |      m.(1913, St Olave) William Edward Theobold GILL (b.1883, St Olave – d.1937, Adelaide, SA)

    |       |       |            19??:  Emigrated to Adelaide, South Australia

    |       |       |

    |       |      └  Thomas Sidney PIDGEON (bp.9/7/1893, Bermondsey – d.15/5/1915, 22y, kia Gallipoli) Private,

    |       |                                                                                                                            Australian Imperial Force

    |       |                    1913:  Oct 9 - Emigrated to Australia on SS Beltana, dep London for Adelaide

    |       |                                           Thomas M (sic) with  Albert W & Mrs Rosina HART

    |       |

    |       |– Robert PIDGEON (bp.2/10/1859, Ashburton – d.1947, 87y, Newton Abbt) Council Laborour

    |       |            1871:  at West Herrige, Ilsington – Robert (servt to John ROALLE, farmer)

    |       |            1881:  at Langworthy Brook, Ilsington – Robert (with parents)

    |       |            1891:  at 119 East St, Wolborough – Robert (lodger with WITHERIDGE family)

    |       |            1901:  at 119 East St, Wolborough – Robert (boarder with WITHERIDGE family)

    |       |            1911:  at 119 East St, Newton Abbot – Robert, William (boarders with WITHERIDGE family)

    |       |

    |       |– Mary Elizabeth PIDGEON (b.1861, Newton Abbot – d.1861, Newton Abbot)

    |       |

    |       |– Emma Jane PIDGEON (bp.26/10/1862, Ashburton – d.1930, 67y, Edmonton) Licensed Victualler (Pub)

    |       |       :    1881:  at Roebuck, 27, 29 Brady St, Whitechapel, London –  Emma (niece) + Thomas COX

    |       |       :                                                                             (lodger) with William & Charlotte BENNETT & family

    |       |      m1.(12/4/1885, Whitechapel) Thomas Harvey COX (b.22/8/1860, Stepney – d.1892, 31y, Bethnal Green)

    |       |       |                                                                                                                                             Barman

    |       |       |    1891:  at Cooper’s Arms, 45 Cheshire St, Bethnal Green – T & E J;  E E, E A  COX

    |       |       |                                                                                     + Harry PIDGEON (16), J E GODFREY (servts)

    |       |       |               at Goodstone, Ashburton, Dev – Emma (visitor with Charles MURCH & family)

    |       |       |    1901:  at Camdens Head, 456 Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Gn, London – Emma J (wid);

    |       |       |                                                  Charlotte, Edith E, Ethel A COX + Henry, Lucy PIDGEON + 3 servants

    |       |       |– Charlotte Louisa COX (b.1887, Bethnal Green – d.1929, 41y, Romford, Esx)

    |       |       |      m.(1910, Brentford) George William STADDON (b.1876, Chittlehampton, Dev – d.1945, 68y,

    |       |       |       |                                  :                                                                          Oxford) Police constable

    |       |       |       |                                 m2.(1930, West Ham) Lucy Caroline CREEDEN (nιe PIDGEON) (see below)

    |       |       |       |

    |       |       |       |    1911:  at 4 Cypress St, Globe St, Bethnal Green – George William & Charlotte Louisa

    |       |       |       |                                                                                                                  [0 ch]

    |       |       |      └  George William STADDON (b.25/11/1911, Bethnal Green – d.11/1989, 78y, Brighton)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Edith Emma COX (b.1888, Bethnal Green – d.1946, 58y, Bishop Stortford)

    |       |       |      m.(1908, Brentford) Henry Herbert TOTTMAN (b.188y, Holborn  – d.1940, 53y, Hertford) Taxi-cab

    |       |       |       |                                                                                                                                        driver

    |       |       |       |    1911:  at 245a Acton Lane, Acton – Henry Herbert & Edith Emma;  Sydney Herbert

    |       |       |       |

    |       |       |       |– Lillian Emma TOTTMAN (b.1908, Chiswick  – d.)

    |       |       |       |            1911:  at 23 Birstall Rd, S Tottenham – Lilian Emma, with grandmother Emma Jane

    |       |       |       |– Sydney Herbert TOTTMAN (b.1910, Kentish Town – d.)                                               CREEDEN

    |       |       |      └  William A TOTTMAN (b.1914, Brentford – d.)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Ethel Alice COX (b.1891, Bethnal Green – d.1961, 70y, Edmonton)

    |       |       :      m.(1909, St Pancras) John Edward MESSENGER (b.1884, St Pancras – d.1937, 53y, Edmonton)

    |       |       :       |                                                                                                                            Taxi cab driver

    |       |       :       |    1911:  at 45 Percy Rd, Shepherd’s Bush – John Edward & Ethel Alice   [0 ch]

    |       |       :       |

    |       |       :       |– Hilda E MESSENGER (b.1914, Brentford – d.)

    |       |       :      └  Doris MESSENGER (b.1922, Islington – d.)

    |       |       :

    |       |      m2.(1905, Brentford) William CREEDEN (b.1860, Blackford, Som – d.1928, 68y, Edmonton)

    |       |                                                                              Police Constable, widr of Mary Ann TUCKER (see below)

    |       |            1911:  at 23 Birstall Rd, S Tottenham – William & Emma Jane [5/7 ch alive]

    |       |                                                                         + Emma REDSTALL (visitor, aunt – see below) [0/1 ch alive],

    |       |                                                               May PIDGEON (niece), Lillian Emma TOTTMAN (visitor, see above)

    |       |– William Wotton PIDGEON (b.1865, Ashburton – d.1951, 86y, Plymouth) Publican, labourer

    |       |       :    1881:  at Gulwell Farm, Staverton, Dev – William (servt to John PERRY, farmer)

    |       |       :    1891:  at Roebuck, 27 Brady St, Whitechapel – William (potman) with Charlotte TURNER (wid, his

    |       |       :                                                                                  aunt) & William BENNETT (her son) – see above

    |       |      m.(10/10/1893, Whitechapel) Nellie Jane THOMPSON (b.1867, Shoreditch – d.1903, 35y, St Olave)

    |       |       |    1894:  at 63 Green Street (Devon Arms), Bethnal Green – Lily Elizabeth born

    |       |       |    1901:  at Twyford Arms, 26 & 27 Twyford St, Islington – William & Nellie;  Lillie, Ethel, May

    |       |       |    1911:  at 119 East St, Newton Abbot – Robert, William (wid, [3/3 ch alive]), (boarders with

    |       |       |                                                                                                                          WITHERIDGE family)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Lily Elizabeth PIDGEON (b.24/10/1894, Bethnal Green – d.1930, 36y, Newton Abbot)

    |       |       |       :    1911:  at t Mount Pleasant Blvd, Newton Abbot – Lily (servt to OSBORNE family)

    |       |       |      m.(1915, Newton Abbot) Thomas Herbert TREMLETT (b.1889, Bridgwater – d.1947, 58y, Newton

    |       |       |       |                                                                                                                                      Abbot)

    |       |       |       |– William H TREMLETT (b.1918, Newton Abbot – d.)

    |       |       |      └  Charles A TREMLETT (b.1919, Newton Abbot – d.)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Ethel Margaret PIDGEON (b.9/11/1896, Bethnal Green – d.1983, ‘85y’, Sutton)

    |       |       |      m.(1938, Shoreditch) Arthur LONG (b. – d.)

    |       |       |       |

    |       |       |      └  Melvyn A LONG (b.1942, Edmonton – d.)

    |       |       |

    |       |      └  May Louise PIDGEON (b.15/7/1898, Bethnal Green – d.)

    |       |               :    1911:  at 23 Birstall Rd, S Tottenham – May (with aunt Emma Jane CREEDEN)

    |       |              m.(1917, Islington)  Alfred William COX (b. – d.)

    |       |               |

    |       |               |– Lilian E COX (b.1919, Islington – d.)

    |       |              └  Alfred H COX (b.1922, Islington – d.)

    |       |

    |       |– Joseph PIDGEON (b.1868, Newton Abbot – d.1868, 0y, Newton Abbot

    |       |

    |       |– Charlotte PIDGEON (b.1869, Newton Abbot – d.1873, 5y, Newton Abbot

    |       |

    |       |– Charles PIDGEON (b.1871, Newton Abbot – d.1873, 2y, Newton Abbot

    |       |

    |       |– Lucy PIDGEON (b.1873, Newton Abbot – d.1875, 2y, Newton Abbot

    |       |

    |       |– Henry Charles PIDGEON (b.1874, Ilsington – d.1905, 30, Bethnel Green) Manager to Licensed Victualler

    |       |       :                                                                                                                                                (Pub)

    |       |       :    1891:  at Cooper’s Arms, Cheshire St, Bethnal Green – Harry, with sister E J COX & family

    |       |       :    1901:  at Camdens Head, 456 Bethnal Green Road, London – Henry, with sister Emma J COX (wid)

    |       |      m.(25/3/1903, Hackney) Maria BULL (nιe YATES) (b.1867, Bristol – d.1932, 66y, Hackney)

    |       |                                                m3.(1905, Whitechapel) Thomas John HOWELL (b.1880, Bethnal Green

    |       |                                                                                                                – d.1952, 72y, Harrow) Cellarman

    |       |                                                      1911:  at 19 Cloudsley Mansions, Islington – Thomas & Maria

    |       |                                                                                      + George BULL (15, step-son)  + 3 visitors + boarder

    |       |– Lucy Caroline PIDGEON (b.1876, Ilsington – d.1947, 71, Hackney) Barmaid

    |       |       :    1891:  at Queen’s Head, 154 Whitechapel Rd, Whitechapel – Lucy (barmaid) with cousin Louisa

    |       |       :                                                                                                                   TURNER (nιe BENNETT)

    |       |       :    1901:  at Camdens Head, 456 Bethnal Green Road, London – Lucy PIDGEON, with sister

    |       |       :                                                                                                                                                  Emma J COX (wid)

    |       |      m1.(1908, Holborn, London) Joseph Henry Payne CREEDEN (b.1886, Fulham – d.1913, 27y,

    |       |       |                                                              Edmonton) (cousin – see below) Under Billiard Maker, Barman

    |       |       |    1911:  at 65, Denbigh Rd, East Ham – Joseph Henry Payne & Lucy Caroline [0 ch]

    |       |       |                                                                                  (with Mary Grace SHALES & family – see below)

    |       |       |– William C CREEDEN (b.1911, Lambeth – d.1911, 0y, Lambeth)

    |       |       :

    |       |       :

    |       |      m2.(1930, West Ham) George William STADDON (b.1876, Chittlehampton, Dev – d.1945, 68y, Oxford)

    |       |                                                                                                                                        Police constable

    |       |                                                                                          (widower of  Charlotte Louisa COX – see above)

    |      └  Mary Grace PIDGEON (b.1878, Ilsington – d.1951, 72y, Romford) Domestic Servant

    |               :    1891:  at West St, Ashburton – Mary G (servant to William OSMOND & family)

    |              m.(1900, West Ham) Thomas Magnus SHALES (b.1870, Poplar, London – d.1950, 79y, Romford)

    |               |                                                                                                                                                Compositor

    |               |    1901:  at 31 Wallwood St, Limehouse, London – Thomas M & Mary G;  newly born child

    |               |    1911:  at 65, Denbigh Rd, East Ham – Thomas Magnus & Mary Grace;  Dorothy Grace, John William,

    |               |                                                                        [3/4 ch alive]                                           Arthur Ernest 

    |               |                                                       + Joseph Henry Payne & Lucy Caroline CREEDEN (visitors) [0 ch]

    |               |– Dorothy Grace SHALES (b.1901, Limehouse, Lon – d.)

    |               |– Thomas Charles SHALES (b.1905, Limehouse, Lon – d.1905, 0y, West Ham)

    |               |– John William SHALES (b.1907, Forest Gate, Lon – d.)

    |               |– Arthur Ernest SHALES (b.1909, Forest Gate, Lon – d.)

    |              └  Mary SHALES (b.1920, West Ham – d.)

    |

    |– William PIDGEON (b.17/1/1835, Kenton – bu.24/12/1837, 3y, Kenton)

    |

    |– Robert Cossey PIDGEON (b.7/11/1836, Kenton – d.8/12/1910, 75y, Waikiekie, NZ) Labourer

    |       :    Emigrated to New Zealand

    |      m.(15/4/1872, Mangapai, New Zealand) Lucy Catherine JOHNSON (b.21/9/1851, Auckland, NZ – d.3/5/1921,

    |       |                                                                                                                                    69y, Waikeikei, NZ)

    |       |– Mary PIDGEON (b.1873, Waikiekie, NZ – d.1957, 84y, NZ)

    |       |      m.(1908, NZ) Ernest HOLTHAM (b.1879, NZ – d.1942, 62y, NZ)

    |       |       |

    |       |        Eric Lawrence HOLTHAM (b.13/3/1909, NZ – d.1979, NZ)

    |       |

    |       |

    |       |-? Catherine PIDGEON (b.1874, NZ – d.1917, 43y, NZ)

    |       |      m.(1908, NZ) James GLENNIE (b.1872 – d.1934, 63y, NZ)

    |       |       |

    |       |        Charles Prestidge GLENNIE (b.5/10/1909, NZ – d.1977, NZ)

    |       |

    |       |– Charlotte PIDGEON (b.1878, Waikiekie, NZ – d.)

    |       |      m.(1902, NZ) Frank Clifford SMITH (b.1873, NZ – d.1952, 78y, NZ)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Clifford Robert SMITH (b.29/12/1904, NZ – d.1980, NZ)

    |       |        Mabel Eliza SMITH (b.1906, NZ – d.)

    |       |

    |       |– Lucy PIDGEON (b.21/10/1880, Waikiekie, NZ – d.1961, 80y, NZ)

    |       |      m.(19/10/1903, Waikiekie) Charles Henry STEADMAN (b.11/7/1881, Hamilton, NZ – d.1947, 66y, NZ)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– Claude Charles STEADMAN (b.30/5/1905, NZ – d.1990. NZ)

    |       |       |– Mervyn Henry STEADMAN (b.1907, NZ – d.1907, 6w, NZ)

    |       |       |– Reginald Allen STEADMAN (b.1909, NZ – d.1939, 30y, NZ)

    |       |       |

    |       |

    |       |– Kate PIDGEON (b.1882, Waikiekie, NZ – d.)

    |       |

    |       |– Elizabeth PIDGEON (b.1882, Waikiekie, NZ – d.1911, 28y, NZ)

    |       |

    |       |– Robert PIDGEON (b.1884, Waikiekie, NZ – d?1918, NZ)

    |       |

    |       |– Annie PIDGEON (b.20/12/1886, Waikiekie, NZ – d.1976, 89y, NZ)

    |       |      m.(1911, NZ) Gilbert Gunson ROUNTREE (b.1880, NZ – d.1967, 86y, NZ)

    |       |

    |       |– Ellen PIDGEON (b.20/2/1889, Waikiekie, NZ – d.1974, 85y, NZ)

    |       |      m.(1913, NZ) Francis Frost PALMER (b.1887, NZ – d.1970, 82y, NZ)

    |       |

    |        Charles PIDGEON (b.1891, Waikiekie, NZ – d.1942, 52y, NZ)

    |

    |– Emma PIDGEON (b.23/11/1840, Kenton – d.1927, 86y, Edmonton) Licensed victualler

    |       :    1861:  at Millsworthy, Kenton – Emma PIDGEON (20, servt), Charles TUCKER (40, carter)

    |      m1.(8/1/1863, Kenton) Charles TUCKER (b.ab.1821, Kenton – d.1869, 48y, Kenton) Labourer

    |       |    1871:  at South Town, Kenton – Emma (wid);  Mary Ann  + Mary PIDGEON (mother, wid)

    |       |

    |       |– Mary Ann TUCKER (b.1865, Kenton – d.1905, 39y, Brentford)

    |       :      m.(20/9/1883, Fulham) William CREEDEN (b.1860, Blackford, Som – d.1928, 68y, Edmonton)

    |       :       |                                       :                                                                                        Police Constable

    |       :       |                                      m2.(1905, Brentford) Emma Jane COX (nιe PIDGEON) (bp.26/10/1862,

    |       :       |                                                    Asburton – d.1930, 67y, Edmonton) cousin of Mary Ann – see above

    |       :       |    1891:  at 28 Havelock Rd, Ham’smith – William & Mary Ann; William Chas, Joseph Henry

    |       :       |    1901:  at 3 Hughendon Rd, Ham’smith – William & Mary Ann; William Chas, Joseph Hy Payne

    |       :       |                                                                                         + Emma Mary FOSSETT (servt) + 3 boarders

    |       :       |– William Charles CREEDON (b.1884, Hammesmith – d.) Shop assistant

    |       :       |      m.( 1907, Brentford) Emily Maud ORTON (b.1884, Watford – d.)

    |       :       |            1911:  at Builder’s Arms, 8 Wyvil Rd, Vauxhall – William C & Emily Maud  + Dahlia ORTON

    |       :       |                                                                                                                                  (relative) + sevt

    |       :       |– Joseph Henry Payne CREEDON (b.1886, Hammesmith – d.) Under billiard marker

    |       :       |      m.(1908, Holborn, London) Lucy Caroline PIDGEON (b.1876, Ilsington – d.1947, 71, Hackney)

    |       :       |                                                                                                              (cousin – see above) Barmaid

    |       :        Sydney Herbert CREEDON (b.1887, Hammesmith – d.1888, 0y, Hammersmith)

    |       :

    |      m2.(12/1/1875, Stepney) Henry PAYNE (b.ab.1832, Exeter – d.1881, 48y, Fulham) Licensed victualler

    |       :    1881:  at Rising Sun PH, 1 Vernon St, Fulham – Emma (wid);  Emma (25), Mary Ann (15) PAYNE

    |       :                                     {Emma(25) was probably Emma Pidgeon, niece.  Mary Ann was Mary Ann Tucker]

    |       :    1891:  at Rising Sun PH, 1 Vernon St, Fulham – Emma (wid);  Mary (visitor, 88) PAYNE + servt

    |       :                                        [Mary Payne must be Mary Pidgeon, Emma’s mother, who died in London, 1898]

    |      m3.(2/7/1891, Hammersmith) Theophilus Augustine REDSTALL (b.ab.1835, Whitchurch, Hants – d.1906, 70y,

    |                                                                                                                                        Brentford) Civil servant

    |            1901:  at Roebuck, 29 Brady St, Whitechapel – Theophous & Emma  + 2 sevts

    |            1911:  at 23 Birstall Rd, S Tottenham – Emma (wid) with niece Emma Jane & William CREEDEN

    |

    |– William PIDGEON (b.23/10/1842, Kenton – d.1917, 74y, Newton Abbot) Railway Blacksmith

    |      m.(14/8/1869, Marldon) Mary Ann Low BULLEY (b.1846, Marldon, Dev – d.1910, 64y, Newton A.)

    |       |    1881:  at 16 Quay Lane, Wolborough – William & Mary Ann;  Emma, Florence, Lucy, Louisa

    |       |    1901:  at 25 Quay Road, Wolborough – William & Mary Ann;  Laura PIDGEON + Albert BROWN + boarder

    |       |    1911:  at 27 Albion St, Exeter –  William (wid) with dau Louisa MILFORD & family

    |       |

    |       |– Emma Jane PIDGEON (b.1870, Newton Abbot – d?1931, 62y, Chard)

    |       |

    |       |– Florence PIDGEON (b.1872, Newton Abbot – d.)

    |       |      m.(1891, Newton Abbot) Oliver BROWN (b. – d.)

    |       |

    |       |– Lucy PIDGEON (b.1875, Newton Abbot – d.1955, 79y, Newton Abbot) Domestic Cook

    |       |            1891:  at 33 Exeter Rd, East Teignmouth – Lucy (servant to William HIRD & family)

    |       |            1901:  at 6 Bank Street, Wolborough – Lucy (servant) with Ernest WEBB (Bank Manager) & wife

    |       |

    |       |– Louisa PIDGEON (b.1880, Newton Abbot – d.1957, 76y, Newton Abbot) Domestic New Maid

    |       |       :    1901:  at Wolborough – Louisa

    |       |      m.(1906, Newton Abbot) Ernest John MILFORD (b.30/11/1881, Newton Abbot – d.1973, 91y, Torbay)

    |       |       |                                                                                                                                      GWR fireman

    |       |       |    1911:  at 27 Albion St, Exeter – Ernest John & Louisa;  Eileen + William PIDGEON (f/law)

    |       |       |                                                                     [1/1 ch alive]

    |       |      └  Eileen MILFORD (b.1907, Newton Abbot – d.)

    |       |

    |      └  Laura PIDGEON (b.26/2/1890, Newton Abbot – d.1983, 93y, Newton Abbot)

    |              m.(1917, Newton Abbot) Sydney BREALY (b.3/6/1891, Down St Mary, Dev – d.1969, 78y, Newton Abbot)

    |               |

    |              └  Kenneth W BREALY (b.1921, Plymouth – d.)

    |

   └  Eliza PIDGEON (b.26/2/1846, Kenton – d?1847, 1y, St Thomas)


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