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PIDGEONs of Long Stratton, Norfolk

The Parish of Stratton St Mary, Norfolk lies in today’s village of Long Stratton, about 10 miles south of the centre of Norwich on the A140. The following villages are all within 7 miles of Long Stratton inside a triangle formed by the towns of Wymondham, Beccles and Diss: Stratton St Michael, Hedenham, Ditchingham, Brooke, Forncett St Mary, Wacton, Aslacton, Pulham Market, Pulham St Mary Magdelen. Most of these villages are part of the registration district of Depwade, (reference to which is made when the actual village is unknown), part of which became Norwich Outer in 1939.

This family tree was originally developed with information from Sam(antha) and Michael Pidgeon of Ashwelthorpe (another village only a few miles from Stratton), Diana Kramer of Torquay, Victoria, Australia, PRO indexes and census returns. Then, rather dramatically, I found a booklet in the library of the Society of Genealogists (SoG) called “The Pidgeon/Pigeon Family of Long Stratton, County Norfolk, England” by Mary Gene (McCall) Middleton of South Orange, New Jersey, USA. I wrote to Mary and she provided me with copies of her booklet and several certificates of births, baptisms, marriages and deaths. In addition to the SoG, Mary has lodged copies of her booklet at the Norfolk Record Office in Norwich and the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, USA. Later she sent me more information and photographs which enabled me to write Chum’s Tale.

More was added to this family by the revelations of Brian Pidgeon of Brighton, Sussex. He knew very little of his grandfather, but after enrolling the services of Sherlock Holmes, it turns out that he was one of two “fatherless” children born to Mary Anne Pidgeon (1856-1941) prior to her marriage to William Hogbin. The first child was registered as Arthur William (named after her brother, and fictitious husband), but he was known always as William Arthur. The second son Edward must have been adopted – nothing is known of him after his birth. Neither is anything known about the whereabouts of Arthur (or William), until his marriage in 1907. Perhaps he, too, had been adopted under a different name, but used his birth name when married.

There are 7 known births resulting from “extramarital relationships” in this family – an unusually high number. Perhaps this feature is the reason why the birth of William Pidgeon at the head of the family (who married Susannah Rope in 1781) cannot be traced. The one legitimate Y-DNA test result failed to match that of any other Pidgeon, either in Norfolk or elsewhere. So perhaps William was also the result of such a relationship.

Contributors:  Brian Pidgeon, Karen Jessop, Julie Dudgeon, John Pidgeon, Ann Morrant, Diane Kramer, Sam Pidgeon, Mary Middleton

Notes:
   ab. = about,  b. = born,  bp. = baptised,  bu. = buried,  d. = died,  m. = married,
   (+) = extra-marital relationship
   Places in italics = Registration districts
   SSMa = Stratton St Mary,  SSMi = Stratton St Michael
   PSMM = Pulham St Mary Magdelen
William PIGEON (b.– d.) Labourer
   m.(10/10/1781, SSMa)  Susanna ROPE (b.ab.1752 – d.17/12/1839, 87y, SSMa)
    |
    |– William PIGEON (b.ab.1781 – bu.3/4/1823, 42y, SSMa)
    |      m.(28/11/1821, SSMa) Mary Anne MEAD (b.ab.1798, Hempnall – d.1/9/1867, 69y, SSMa)
    |       |                                   m2.(28/10/1839, SSMi) Robert CUNNINGHAM (bp.4/7/1814, SSMa –
    |       |                                    |                                       :                     bu.12/2/1896, 81y, SSMi) Watch Maker
    |       |                                    |                                      m2.(29/12/1872, Fritton) Elizabeth FRYER
    |       |                                    |                                           1881:  at Turnpike Rd, SSMa – Robert & Elizabeth
    |       |                                    |
    |       |                                    |    1851:  at Stratton Street, SSMa – Robert & Mary;  Robert & other Cs
    |       |                                    |    1861:  at SSMa – Robert & Mary;  Robert Cunningham   + Mary Ann PIDGEON,
    |       |                                    |                                                                                        + Ann AYTON (servant)
    |       |                                    |    1871:  at SSMa – Robert;  Robert & Harriet;  Maria, Edward CUNNINGHAM
    |       |                                    |                                                                                        + Mary Ann PIDGEON
    |       |                                   └ Robert CUNNINGHAM (bp.5/1/1840, SSMi – d.) Watch Maker
    |       |                                          m.(15/12/1864, SSMa) Harriet TIDMAN (b.ab.1842, Blofield – d.)
    |       |                                           |    1881:  at Swan Lane, SSMa – Robt. & Harriet; Edward R
    |       |                                           |                                                                          + Mary A WATLING (servant)
    |       |                                           |– Maria Charlotte CUNNINGHAM (bp.3/12/1865, SSMa – d.)
    |       |                                          └  Edward Robert CUNNINGHAM (bp.3/2/1867, SSMa – d.)
    |       |
    |      └  William PIDGEON (bp.4/6/1823, SSMa – bu.25/1/1906, 82y, Wacton) Husbandman
    |               :    1841:  SSMa – William (servant) with Thos Hny BARTON (surgeon) & family
    |               :    1851:  at Stratton Street, SSMa – William (Servant) with ALBOROUGH family
    |              m.(17/4/1856, Norwich) Mary Ann AYTON (b.ab.1833, Pulham Market – d.21/8/1918, 86y, Wacton)
    |               |    1861:  at SSMa – William & Mary Ann;  Arthur W
    |               |    1871:  at Wacton – William & Mary A;  Arthur W, John, Charles, Harriet M, James R, Eliza
    |               |    1881:  at Side of Common, Wacton – William & Mary A; William, Charles, Robert J, Eliza J
    |               |    1891:  by Common, Wacton – William & Mary A; John, Harriet M, Robert J;  Elizabeth A (8)
    |               |    1901:  by Common, Wacton – William & Mary A;  Robert                        + Daisy M DUNN (2,g.nce)
    |               |    1911:  at Wacton Common – Robert,  Mary Ann (wid, boarder) 
    |               |
    |               |– Mary Ann PIDGEON (b.15/10/1856, SSMa – d.1941, 85y, Thanet)
    |               |       :    1861:  at SSMa – Mary Ann with the CUNNINGHAMs (see above)
    |               |       :    1871:  at SSMa – Mary Ann with the CUNNINGHAMs (see above)
    |               |       :    1881:  at 86 Bromfelde Rd, Clapham, Surrey – Mary A (Gen.Serv.) with Henry PEMBROKE
    |               |       :    1891:  at St Peters Footpath, Margate (Thanet College) – Mary A (domestic cook)      & family
    |               |     (+) ? ?
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Arthur William (aka William Arthur) PIDGEON (b.4/8/1886, Tunbridge Wells – d.1958, 75y,
    |               |       |       :                                                                                                                            Brighton)
    |               |       |      m.(2/6/1907, Tonbridge) Florence Olive SPICER (b.1876, Hastings – d.9/4/1912, 36y,
    |               |       |       |                                                                                                                             Brighton)
    |               |       |       |    1911:  at 37 Holland St, Brighton – William Arthur & Florence; Ada, William + 2 boarders
    |               |       |       |                                                                            [2/5 ch alive]
    |               |       |       |    1939:  at 39 Warleigh Rd, Brighton – William A (wid, with William F & family – see below)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |-? Ada Florence SPICER (aka PIDGEON) (b.18/6/1906, Hackney, London – d.) domestic
    |               |       |       |                                                                                                                              servant
    |               |       |       |     :    1939:  at 104 Dyke Rd, Brighton – Ada (ds to Marshall A PALMER & family,
    |               |       |       |      m.(1951, Lewisham) George F LEVENS (b. – d.)                              ret’d bank manager)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– Alice Olive PIDGEON (b.6/3/1908, Brighton – d.1908, 0y, Brighton)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– William Arthur PIDGEON (b.13/3/1909, Brighton – d.1909, 0y, Brighton)
    |               |       |       |[twins]
    |               |       |       |– Francis James PIDGEON (b.13/3/1909, Brighton – d.1909, 0y, Brighton)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |      └  William Frederick PIDGEON (b.3/9/1910, Brighton – d.1986, 76y, Brighton)
    |               |       |              m.(26/10/1932, Brighton) Dorothy May ILLMAN  (b.9/6/1904, Brighton – d.1995, 90y,
    |               |       |               |                                                                                                                        Hove)
    |               |       |               |    1939:  at 39 Warleigh Rd, Brighton – William F & Dorothy M;  (? Brian, Brenda) 
    |               |       |               |                                                                                                       + William A (wid)
    |               |       |               |Councillor Brian Pidgeon
    |               |       |               |
    |               |       |               |– Brian William PIDGEON (b.1935, Brighton – d.26/12/2017, 82y,
    |               |       |               |      m.                                           Brighton) butcher, local councillor
    |               |       |               |       |
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Edward PIDGEON (b.29/3/1888, Tunbridge Workhouse – d.)
    |               |       :
    |               |      m.( 31/7/1892, Margate, Kent) William Henry HOGBIN (b.ab.1862, Garlinge, Kent – d.1911, 48y,
    |               |       |                                                                                                                    Thanet) Labourer
    |               |       |    1901:  at 67 Milton Rd, Margate – William H & Mary A; Alice, Jane, Thomas
    |               |       |    1911:  at 67 Milton Rd, Margate – William Henry & Mary Ann;  Alice Mary, Thomas Henry
    |               |       |                                                                              [3/4 ch’n alive]
    |               |       |Alice Mary HOGBIN (b.ab.1893, Margate – d.)
    |               |       |Clara Jane HOGBIN (b.17/4/1895, Margate – d.)
    |               |       |Thomas Henry HOGBIN (b.29/7/1899, Margate – d.)
    |               |      └ Charles Hollands HOGBIN (b.1902, Margate – d.1902, 0y, Margate)
    |               |
    |               |– Arthur William PIDGEON (b.10/1/1858, Pulham St Mary – d.1858, 0y, Depwade)
    |               |
    |               |– Arthur William PIDGEON (b.31/5/1859, Wacton – bu.2/10/1937, 78y, Wacton) Ag Lab
    |               |      m.(20/3/1884, Wacton) Alice Amelia GROOM (b.23/10/1860, Tivetshall – d.1945, 84y, Acle)
    |               |       |                                        m2.(1938, Depwade) John TOOKE (b.ab.1853 – d.1941, 88y, Acle)
    |               |       |    1891:  by Green, Wacton – Arthur Wm & Alice A; Fred C, Alice M, Ethel A, Ada M
    |               |       |    1901:  at Wacton – Arthur & Alice; Fred, Ethel, Ada, Edith, Agnes [RIDGEON]
    |               |       |    1911:  at Wacton – Arthur William & Alice Amelia; Ada Mary, Mildred Margaret
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Fred Charles PIDGEON (b.1884, bp.6/7/1884, Wacton – d.1958, 74y, Middlesbro’)
    |               |       |      m.(1913, York) Margaret Ellen FISHER (b.1888 – d.1971)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– Margaret Alice O PIDGEON (b.1915, Middlesbrough – d.)
    |               |       |       |      m.(1933, Middlesbro’)James Christopher RUMFORD (b.6/10/1912, Leyburn – d.11/1992,
    |               |       |       |       |                                                                                                  80y, Northallerton)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– John Charles PIDGEON (b.3/12/1916, Middlesbro’ – d.1992, 75y, Cleveland)
    |               |       |       |      m.(1939, Cleveland) Phyllis CLAXTON (b.21/11/1915 – d.1997, 81y, Cleveland)
    |               |       |       |       |
    |               |       |       |       |– Diane PIDGEON (b.1940, Cleveland  – d.1940, 0y, Cleveland)
    |               |       |       |       |
    |               |       |       |      └  Carolyn PIDGEON (b.1943, Cleveland – d.9/4/2014, Middlesbro’)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |                   →  Karen JESSOP
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– Frederick William PIDGEON (b.8/6/1921, Middlesbro’ – d.1984, 63y, Cleveland)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |                   →  Julie DUDGEON
    |               |       |       |                   →  John PIDGEON
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |      └ James Arthur PIDGEON (b.15/8/1926, Middlesbro’ – d.1983, 57y, Lambeth)
    |               |       |              m.(1948, South Shields) Irene Olive KEITH (b.12/12/1915, South Shields – d.1973, 57y,
    |               |       |               |                                                                                                                        York)
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Alice May PIDGEON (b.1886, bp.6/11/1887, Wacton – d.1958, 71y, Norwich)
    |               |       |      m.(10/7/1909, Norwich) Walter William Copeman MORRANT (b.1/12/1885, Norwich – d.1970,
    |               |       |       |                                                                                                         84y, Bridgend, Glam)
    |               |       |       |    1911:  at 5 West End Street, Norwich – Walter William Copeman & Alice May
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– Esmond Walter Copeman MORRANT (b.16/5/1913, Norwich – d.3/1985, 71y, Norwich)
    |               |       |       |      m.(1937, St Faiths) Kathleen Eva FROST (b.6/4/1916, Norwich – d.11/1987, 71y,
    |               |       |       |       |                                                                                                                 Plymouth)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– Kenneth William Copeman MORRANT (b.2/7/1920, Norwich – d.9/2004, 84y, Kent)
    |               |       |       |      m.(1944, Norwich)Lorna Irene HURLEY (b.11/7/1920, Norwich – d.2/9/1995, 75y,
    |               |       |       |       |                                                                                                    Canterbury, Kent)
    |               |       |       |                   →  Ann MORRANT
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– Kathleen May MORRANT (b.11/1/1922, Norwich – d.1970, 48y, Swansea)
    |               |       |       |      m.(1952, Norwich)Edward John WILLIAMS (b.6/5/1921, Camberwell – d.4/1988, 66y,
    |               |       |       |       |                                                                                                                      Exeter)
    |               |       |       |       |– Ceri May WILLIAMS (b.5/5/1958, Cardiff – d.1970, 12y, Bridgend, Glam)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Ada Mary PIDGEON (b.3/12/1888, Wacton – d.13/12/1955, Wacton)
    |               |       ||     m.(25/12/1911, Wacton) Thomas KENT (10/5/1885 – d.ab.1959)
    |               |       ||      |
    |               |       ||      |– Irene M KENT (b.27/1/1920, Aylsham – d.ab.5/1999, 79y, Norwich)
    |               |       ||      |      m.(1940, Norwich) Frank I BUTTIFANT (b.1916, Norwich – d.)
    |               |       ||      |       |
    |               |       ||      |
    |               |       ||     └  Frederick KENT (b.13/10/1912, Norwich – d.3/10/1991, NSW, Australia)
    |               |       ||             m.(1941, Norwich)Elsie MARSHALL (b.11/6/1912, Norwich – d.)
    |               |       ||              |
    |               |       ||                          →  Diane KRAMER
    |               |       |[twins]
    |               |       |– Ethel Amelia PIDGEON (b.1888, bp.5/8/1888, Wacton – d.1960, 72y, Surrey N)
    |               |       |      m.(1916, Lambeth, London) Edward B HASSETT (b.ab.1876 – d.1921, 45y, Croydon)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Edith Clara PIDGEON (b.1891, bp.16/8/1891, Wacton – d.)
    |               |       |       m.(1914, Hampstead, London) Harry SMITH (b. – d.)
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Agnes Eliza PIDGEON (b.1894, bp. 30/6/1895, Wacton – d.)
    |               |       |      m1.(1919, Hendon) Stephen James LEWSEY (b.1888, Poplar – d.)
    |               |       |      m2.(1930, Watford)William Percival FARNDON (b.1882, Hendon – d.1931, 49y, Watford)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |
    |               |      └  Mildred Margaret PIDGEON (b.1901, bp.1/6/1902, Wacton – d.)
    |               |               m.(10/9/1932, West Ham) Ernest Edward EDSON (b.1906 – d.1993)
    |               |
    |               |– John PIDGEON (b.26/2/1862, Wacton, bp.4/5/1862 – bu.6/10/1943, 81y, Wacton) Shepherd
    |               |      m. (12/11/1902, Wacton) Matilda DYE (b.ab.1864/66 – bu.20/7/1947, 81y, Wacton) Cook
    |               |       |    1881:  Barton, Cambs – Matilda DYE (Gen.Serv.) with Isabella GRAIN & family
    |               |       |    1901:  in shepherd’s hut on Mr Snelling’s farm, Wacton – John PIDGEON
    |               |       |               by Common, Wacton – Fanny (wid, 64), Matilda (34), Edward J (12) DYE
    |               |       |    1911:  at Wacton – John & Matilda;  Maurice, Maud, Ivy
    |               |       |
    |               |       |–Maurice Philip PIDGEON (b.29/11/1903, Wacton – d.13/5/1985, 81y, Ditchingham)
    |               |       |      m.(1944, Depwade) Thora Lilian M SUTTON (b.30/12/1923 – d.17/5/2000, 76y, Norwich)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– John PIDGEON (b.1944, Depwade – d.8/2/2016, 71y, Norwich)
    |               |       |
    |               |       |                          →  Samantha PIDGEON
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Maud PIDGEON (bp.11/3/1906, Wacton – d.1962, 55y, N Walsham)
    |               |       |      m.(1931, Forehoe, Norf) Herbert John SENDALL (b.7/7/1906, Mitford, Norf – d.8/1985, 79y,
    |               |       |       |                                                                                                                     N Walsham)
    |               |       |
    |               |      └ Ivy Matilda PIDGEON (b.1908, bp.27/6/1909, Wacton – d.)
    |               |              m1.(1939, Norwich) Lewis Ralph TURNER (b.18/7/1906, Hanstead, Norf – d.6/1986, 79,
    |               |              m2.(?) ? HEWITT                                                                                                  Norwich)
    |               | 
    |               |– Charles PIDGEON (bp.21/2/1864, Wacton – d.1909, 46y, Norwich?) Bricklayer
    |               |      m.(1889, Depwade) Jane SEAMAN (b.1868, SSMa – d.1951, 83y, Norwich Outer)
    |               |       |    1891:  at Street, Tharston – Charles & Jane;  Albert
    |               |       |               3 doors away – Arthur SEAMAN with g,parents Hannah (SEAMAN) & Henry FEEK
    |               |       |    1901:  at Tharston St, Tharston - Charles & Jane;  Arthur, William, Frederick, Walter, John, Ellen
    |               |       |
    |               |       |-? Arthur SEAMAN aka PIDGEON (b.1886, Tharston – d?1966, 79y, Depwade)
    |               |       |            1911:  at The Citadel, Cairo, Egypt – Arthur SEAMAN (rifleman, 4th Batt, Rifle Brigade)
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Albert William PIDGEON (b.1890, Tharston – d.) Bricklayer
    |               |       |            1911:  at Highfield Cottages, Tharston – William, Jack (bro)
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Frederick Charles PIDGEON (b.1/7/1891, Tharston – d.1978, 87y, Norwich) Bricklayer
    |               |       |       :    1911:  at Tharston – Fred, Walter with Elizabeth GOAT (cousin) & family
    |               |       |      m1.(1943, Depwade)Nina D CRANE (b.ab.1888 – d.1960, 72y, Depwade)
    |               |       |      m2.(1960, Depwade)Beatrice Eliza PAGE (b.3/11/1894 – d.1982, 87y, Depwade)
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Walter Henry PIDGEON (b.21/5/1893, Tharston – d.1976, 82y, Depwade) Farm Labourer
    |               |       |            1911:  at Tharston – Fred, Walter with Elizabeth GOAT (cousin) & family
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– John Wilfred PIDGEON (b.30/8/1895, Tharston – d.1985, 89y, Norwich Outer) Farm Lab
    |               |       |            1911:  at Highfield Cottages, Tharston – William, Jack (bro)
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Lottie Ellen PIDGEON (b.1898, Tharston – d.)
    |               |       |       :    1911:  at 2 Hill Terace, Lonfon Rd, Harleston – Lottie Ella, Lucy (boarders with Robert
    |               |       |      m.(1921, Depwade) Edward J ROBINSON (b. – d.)                                        PIPE & family)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Lucy Mabel PIDGEON (b.1902, Tharston – d.)
    |               |       |       :    1911:  at 2 Hill Terace, London Rd, Harleston – Lottie Ella, Lucy (boarders with Robert
    |               |       |      m.(1921, Depwade) Ernest A TINSLEY (b. – d.)                                             PIPE & family)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |
    |               |      └  Charles Robert PIDGEON (b.11/12/1903, Tharston – d.1971, 68y, Blyth)
    |               |               :    1911:  at Bungay Rd, Harleston – Charles (boarder with Frederick KEELEY & wife)
    |               |              m.(?)
    |               |
    |               |– Harriet Maria PIDGEON (bp.17/9/1865, Wacton – d.1964)
    |               |       :    1881:  at Greshaw Grn, Pulham – Ben CHITLOCK (21) and Harriet PIDGEON (Servant)
    |               |       :               at Side of Common, Wacton – Fanny(wid, 44); John(23), James(17) DYE
    |               |     (+) [?Ben CHITLOCK (b.ab.1860, Blonorton) Farmer ]
    |               |       |    1891:  by Common, Wacton – Harriet M;   Elizabeth A (with parents, see above)
    |               |       |               by Common, Wacton – Fanny;  John, Matilda, Eliza J;  Eleanor A, Edward J DYE
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Elizabeth Alice PIDGEON (bp.6/5/1883, Wacton – d.)
    |               |       :      m.(1907, Hampstead)William CHAPMAN (b.1884, St Giles, London – d.)
    |               |       :       |    1911:  at 11 Mansfield Place, Heath St, Hampstead – William & Elizabeth Alice; William John
    |               |       :       |
    |               |       :       |– William John CHAPMAN (b.1908, Hampstead – d.)
    |               |       :      └  Edith F CHAPMAN (b.1813, Hampstead – d.)
    |               |       :
    |               |     (+) [?John DYE (b.1858, Tivetshall St Margaret) Ag Lab]
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– James John PIDGEON (b.1891, bp.16/8/1891, Wacton – d.1937, 46y, Erpingham) Groom &
    |               |       :       :                                                                                                                          Gardener
    |               |       :      m.(1916, Depwade)Ethel May MOORE (b.24/12/1892, Depwade – d.12/1990, 98y,
    |               |       :       |                                :                                                                                Norwich Outer)
    |               |       :       |                               m2.(1947, Depwade) Bertie ELLIS (b.10/11/1893 – d.1973, Depwade)
    |               |       :       |
    |               |       :       |– Ivy M PIDGEON (b.1916, Depwade – d.)
    |               |       :       |      m.(1941, Brentford) Basil Rowland W SEAMAN (b.5/10/1910, Depwade – d.1980, 69y,
    |               |       :       |       |                                                                                                                 Havering)
    |               |       :       |
    |               |       :       |– Jean T PIDGEON (b.1922, Norwich)
    |               |       :       |      m.(1943, Depwade) Thomas BYRNE (b.)
    |               |       :       |
    |               |       :      └  John H PIDGEON (b.1931, Depwade – d.1938, 7y, Depwade)
    |               |       :
    |               |      m.(16/7/1891, Wacton) John DYE (b.1858, Tivetshall St Margaret – d.1916, 57y, Depwade)
    |               |       |                                                                                                                       Farm horseman
    |               |       |    1901:  by Common, Wacton – John & Harriet M;  James J, Florrie E J, Ernest W
    |               |       |    1911:  at New Hall, Shimpling Scope – John & Harriet Maria;  Florrie Eliza Jane, Ernest
    |               |       |                                  William, Eleanor Matilda, Gladys Mary DYE + James John PIGEON (son)
    |               |       |                                                                                                        [6/6 ch alive]
    |               |       |– Florrie Eliza Jane DYE (b.1893, Wacton – d.)
    |               |       |– Ernest William DYE (b.20/5/1896, Wacton – d.1980, 84y, Norwich Outer)
    |               |       |– Eleanor Matilda DYE (b.13/4/1902, Wacton – d.1969, 67y, Cambridge)
    |               |       |      m.(1929, Depwade) Peter SCARR (b.1902, Chesterton – d.1960, 57y, Cambridge)
    |               |       |
    |               |      └  Gladys Mary DYE (b.1904, Wacton – d.1928, 23y, Depwade)
    |               |
    |               |– Robert James PIDGEON (b.1868, bp.22/9/1872, Wacton – bu.5/1/1949, 80y, Wacton) Farm Lab
    |               |            1911:  at Wacton Common – Robert,  Mary Ann (wid, boarder)
    |               |
    |              └ Eliza Jane PIDGEON (b.1871, bp.22/9/1872, Wacton – d.)
    |                      m.(1897, Woolwich) Henry Joseph WIGG (b.1830, Leiston, Suffolk – d.) Rectifier of Shells
    |                       |    1901:  at Plumstead, London – Henry & Eliza, Harold, Bert, Rupert, Henry;  Maud
    |                       |
    |                       |– Maude Sophia WIGG (b.1897, Plumstead – d.)
    |                      └? Dorothy Emma WIGG (b.1901, Plumstead – d.1902, 0y, Plumstead)
    |
    |– Ann PIGEON (b.26/1/1784, SSMa – d.12/3/1849, 65y, Hedenham)
    |      m.() Thomas FOLKARD (b.ab.1784, Hedenham – d.1869, 85y, Loddon) Blacksmith
    |       |    1841:  at Hedenham – Thomas & Ann;  John + Richard CULLINGFORD (butcher)
    |       |    1851:  at Hedenham – Thomas
    |       |    1861:  at Hedenham – Thomas;  John;  Hannah
    |       |
    |      └  John Pigeon FOLKARD (b.25/12/1809, SSMa – d.1876, 66y, Loddon) Blacksmith
    |              m.(1844, Loddon) Rachel BROOKES (b.ab.1814, Hedenham – d.4/2/1860, Hedenham)
    |               |    1851:  at Hedenham – John & Rachel;  Hannah
    |               |    1861:  at Hedenham – Thomas;  John;  Hannah
    |               |    1871:  at Hedenham – John
    |               |
    |              └ Hannah FOLKARD (b.1843, Depwade – d.1870, 26y, Loddon)
    |                      m.(1865, Loddon) William WOODS (b. – d.)
    |
    |– Jonas-Rope PIGEON (bp.13/3/1786, SSMa – bu.30/9/1848, 62y, SSMa)
    |      m.(before 1841) Jane ? (b.ab.1800, North Shields, Nthbd – bu.7/10/1860, 60y, SSMa)
    |            1841:  at SSMa – Jonas & Jane; + Robert (5), Daniel (3) NEAR and 2 servants
    |            1851:  at Charity House, SSMa – Jane and five inmates (inc. Daniel MEARS, 12)
    |
    |– John PIGEON (bp.24/3/1789, SSMa – bu.18/10/1809, 20y, SSMa)
    |
    |– Maria PIGEON (bp.1/1/1798, SSMa – d.23/4/1868, 74y, SSMa) Housekeeper
    |       :    1841:  at SSMa – Maria (servant) with family of Edward FISHER, butcher
    |       :    1851:  at Hall Lane, SSMa – with William PIDGEON and John & Hannah RIVETT
    |       :    1861:  at SSMa (next door to JohnRIVETT) – Maria
    |     (+) ? POINTER (Labourer)
    |       |
    |       |– Hannah PIDGEON (bp.31/12/1820, Hedenham – d.1885, 64y, Depwade) Dressmaker
    |       :      m.(1/8/1843, SSMa) James DUFFIELD (b.ab.1821, Tharston – d.) Lime Burner
    |       :       |    1841:  at SSMa – HannahPIDGEON (milliner) with brother William
    |       :       |    1851:  at Tharston – James & Hannah; Henry, Anna DUFFIELD
    |       :       |    1871:  at SSMi – HannahDUFFIELD (wid, housekeeper) with Robert GIBBS & family
    |       :       |    1881:  at Turnpike Rd, SSMa – Hannah DUFFIELD, Ann & Samuel YALLOP + Henrietta
    |       :       |                                                                                                                         PETTETT (1, nurse child)
    |       :       |– Henry DUFFIELD (b.1844, Stratton – d.18885, 41y, Pancras) Commercial Traveller
    |       :       |       :    1861:  at Bear & Staff Yard, Norwich – Henry (boots at hotel)
    |       :       |      m.(1865, Lambeth) Catherine Harriet VENNELL (b.1844, Shacklewell, Lon – d,1883, 39y, Lon)
    |       :       |       |    1871:  at 42 Trigon Rd, Lambeth, Lon – Henry James & Catherine Harriet;  Louisa Anna,
    |       :       |       |                                                                                                  Emma Kate, Alice Maud + lodger
    |       :       |       |    1881:  at 15 Herries St, Chelsea – Henry & Catherine;  Louisa, Emma, Alice M + 2 visiters
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |       |– Louisa Hannah DUFFIELD (b.1866, Stratton – d.1942, 75y, Staines, Midx) Post Office Clerk
    |       :       |       |            1891:  at 17 Gough St, Poplar, Lon – Louisa H (boarder)
    |       :       |       |            1901:  at 189 Burdett Rd, Mile End, Lon – Louisa H, with sister Emma’s family
    |       :       |       |            1911:  at 24 Bridgman Rd, Teddington, Sur – Louisa Hannah, with sister Emma’s family
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |       |– Emma Kate DUFFIELD (b.1868, Saxlingham – d.)
    |       :       |       |      m.(1891, Poplar)William Roling JENNINGS (b.1867, Rainham, Esx – d.) Draper
    |       :       |       |       |    1901:  at 189 Burdett Rd, Mile End, Lon – William R & Emma K;  Hartley W, Stanley S 
    |       :       |       |       |                                                                               + Louisa H, Alice M DUFFIELD  + servt
    |       :       |       |       |    1911:  at 24 Bridgman Rd, Teddington, Sur – William Roling & Emma Kate;  Hartley
    |       :       |       |       |                                                        William, Stanley Sutcliffe  + Louisa Hannah DUFFIELD
    |       :       |       |       |– Hartley William JENNINGS (b.14/4/1892, Mile End – d.1975, 82y, Chesterfield)
    |       :       |       |      └  Stanley Sutcliffe JENNINGS (b.1895, Mile End – d.1962, 66y, Hastings)
    |       :       |       |              m1.(1923, West Ham) Kate A BAINBRIDGE (b. – d.)
    |       :       |       |               |
    |       :       |       |               |– Donald Sutcliffe JENNINGS (b.25/4/1928, Kingston, Sur – d.1983, 55y, Westminster)
    |       :       |       |              m2.(1953, Surrey N) Jean STRICKLAND (b.29/3/1929, Bournemouth – d.1997, 68y,
    |       :       |       |               |                                                                                                                Chichester)
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |      └  Alice Maud DUFFIELD (b.1870, Ash, Surrey – d.) Shop assistant
    |       :       |                    1891:  at Colegate End, PSMM – Alice M (draper’s ass’t)
    |       :       |                    1901:  at 189 Burdett Rd, Mile End, Lon – Alice M, with sister Emma’s family
    |       :       |
    |       :       |-? Hannah Maria DUFFIELD (b.ab.1845 – bu.21/7/1845, SSMa)
    |       :       |
    |       :      └  Anna Maria DUFFIELD (b.ab.1847, SSMa – d.) Dressmaker
    |       :              m.(1877, Depwade) Samuel YALLOP (b.1849, Hempnall – d.1890, 40y, Depwade) Coachman
    |       :               |    1881:  at Turnpike Rd, SSMa – Ann & Samuel (with Hannah DUFFIELD)
    |       :               |    1891:  at The Street, SSMa – Anna(wid);  Henry  + boarder
    |       :               |    1901:  at The Street, SSMa – Anna M(wid);  Henry E
    |       :               |    1911:  at Street, SSMa – Anna (wid)
    |       :               |
    |       :              └  Henry Edward YALLOP (b.1881, SSMi – d.)
    |       :
    |     (+) Benjamin NORMAN [?] Farmer
    |       |
    |       |– Jonas PIDGEON (bp.18/1/1824, Hedenham – d.18/12/1892, 69y, Gt Bircham, Docking) Farmer
    |       :      m.(28/5/1849, SSMa) Hebe HOWLETT (b.Langmere, bp.21/6/1929, Dickleburgh – d.29/1/1901,
    |       :       |    1841:  at SSMa – Jonas (servant) with Tichard LEVELL & family                               72y, Aslacton)
    |       :       |    1851:  by Turnpike Road, SSMa – Jonas & Hebe;  Sara A, John H + Mary A BARNARD
    |       :       |    1871:  at Wacton – Jonas & Hebe [‘Phoebe’];  Harriet                                                (nurse)
    |       :       |    1881:  at Forncett St Peter – Jonas & Hebe; Horace + George CRANE (visitor)
    |       :       |    1891:  at Snettisham, Norf – “James” & Hebe
    |       :       |
    |       :       |– Sarah Ann PIDGEON (bp.4/11/1849, SSMa – d.1909, 60y, Depwade)
    |       :       |      m.(25/12/1868, Wacton) Hubert HOWLETT (b.1848, Langmere – d.1912, 64y, Dep’de) Farmer
    |       :       |       |    1871:  at Langmere Green, Dickleburgh – Hubert & Sarah Ann;  Hellen P
    |       :       |       |    1881:  at Wood Lane, Sprowston – Hubert & Sarah A;  Hellen P, Harriet P, Harding H P,
    |       :       |       |                                                      Henrietta S P, Hester A P, Honor E P, Hebe L P, Herold, J P
    |       :       |       |    1891:  at World’s End Farm, Aslacton – Hubert & Sarah A;  Harriet P, Harding H P, Henrietta
    |       :       |       |                                    S P, Hester A P, Honor E P, Hebe L P, Harold J P, Henry H P, Harris B P
    |       :       |       |    1901:  at Arnold’s Rd, Aslacton – Hubert & Sarah Ann;  Harding H P, Honor E P, Harold J P,
    |       :       |       |                                                                                                   Henry H P, Harris B P, Hilda M P
    |       :       |       |    1911:  at Bridge Farm, Aslacton – Hubert (wid);  Hebe Pidgeon, Harris Bertie, Hilda Pidgeon
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |       |– Helen Pidgeon HOWLETT (b.1870, Langmere – d.)
    |       :       |       |      m.(1896, Depwade)Walter DIGBY (b.1870, Saffron Waldon, Esx – d.) Brewer’s Drayman
    |       :       |       |       |    1901:  at  6F Peabody Ave, Pimlico, London – Walter & Helen;  Cecil, Sidney
    |       :       |       |       |    1911:  at 16G Peabody Ave, Pimlico, London – Walter & Helen;  Cecil, Sidney, Alice,
    |       :       |       |       |                                                                                      Elsie, Fred, Beatrice, Mabel, Harold
    |       :       |       |       |– Cecil Walter DIGBY (b.1898, Pimlico – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |– Sidney James DIGBY (b.1900, Pimlico – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |– Alice Ellen DIGBY (b.1901, Pimlico – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |– Elsie May DIGBY (b.1903, Pimlico – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |– Frederick Charles DIGBY (b.1904, Pimlico – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |– Beatrice DIGBY (b.1906, Pimlico – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |– Mabel DIGBY (b.1908, Pimlico – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |– Harold DIGBY (b.1909, Pimlico – d.)
    |       :       |       |      └  Dora DIGBY (b.1913, Pimlico – d.)
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |       |– Harriet Pidgeon HOWLETT (b.1872, Langmere – d.) Schoolteacher
    |       :       |       |      m.(1896, Depwade)Houghton WALPOLE (b.1869, Forncett St Peter – d.) Farmer
    |       :       |       |       |    1901:  at Forncett St Peter – Houghton & Harriet Pidgeon;  Maude, Harris James
    |       :       |       |       |    1911:  at Cargate Common, Tibenham – Houghton & Harriet;  Maude, Harris J, Alfred
    |       :       |       |       |                                                                           R, Winifred H, Harold H, Leslie H, Victor N
    |       :       |       |       |– Maude WALPOLE (b.1897, Forncett – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |– Harris James WALPOLE (b.1898, Forncett – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |-? Ronald WALPOLE (b.1899, Depwade – d.1900, 0y, Depwade)
    |       :       |       |       |– Alfred Ronald WALPOLE (b.1901, Forncett – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |– Winifred Harriet WALPOLE (b.1902, Tibenham – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |– Harold Hopughton WALPOLE (b.1904, Tibenham – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |– Leslie Hubert WALPOLE (b.1905, Tibenham – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |– Victor Nelson WALPOLE (b.1907, Tibenham – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |-? Stanley W WALPOLE (b.1911, Depwade – d.1911, 0y, Depwade)
    |       :       |       |      └  Marion L WALPOLE (b.1918, Depwade – d.)
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |       |– Harding Hubert Pidgeon HOWLETT (b.1873, Rackheath – d.) Farmer
    |       :       |       |      m1.(1906, Depwade)Edith Maud SELF (b.1884, Depwade – d.1910, 26y, Depwade)
    |       :       |       |       |    1911:  at Peach Farm, Aslacton – Hardinge (wid);  Hubert, Edith + Eva CHAPMAN
    |       :       |       |       |                                                                                                           (visitor, housekeeper)
    |       :       |       |       |– Hubert HOWLETT (b.1906, Banham – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |– Edith HOWLETT (b.1910, Aslacton – d.)
    |       :       |       |       :
    |       :       |       |      m2.(1911, DepwadeEva Grace CHAPMAN (b.1876, Potter Heigham, Norf – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |
    |       :       |       |       |– Vera A HOWLETT (b.1914, Depwade – d.)
    |       :       |       |      └  Freda J HOWLETT (b.1918, Depwade – d.)
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |       |– Henrietta Sarah Pidgeon HOWLETT (b.1874, Rackheath – d.1941, 67y, Norwich)
    |       :       |       |– Hester Ann Pidgeon HOWLETT (b.1875, Rackheath – d.)
    |       :       |       |      m.(1901, Depwade)Charles James FUTCHER (b.ab.1873, Over Wallop, Hants – d.)
    |       :       |       |            1911:  at 15 Sunny Hill Rd, Streatham, London – Hester & Charles
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |       |– Honor Edith Pidgeon HOWLETT (b.1876, Sprowston – d.)
    |       :       |       |      m.(1906, Depwade)Leonard John HERNE (b.1871, Moulton – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |    1911:  at Moulton, Long Stratton – Honor Edith Pidgeon & Leonard John;  Phyllis Honor,
    |       :       |       |       |                                                                                                                        Lillian Edith
    |       :       |       |       |– Phyllis Honor HERNE (b.1908, Moulton – d.)
    |       :       |       |      └  Lilian Edith HERNE (b.1910, Moulton – d.)
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |       |– Hebe Lilian Pidgeon HOWLETT (b.1879, Sprowston – d.) Housekeeper
    |       :       |       |      m.(1918, Norwich)William S RUTLEDGE (b. – d.)
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |       |– Harold Jonas Pidgeon HOWLETT (b.1880, Sprowston – d.) Stone Mason, Farm Labourer
    |       :       |       |      m.(1906, Norwich) Elizabeth Wright SMITH (b.1880, Norwich – d.)
    |       :       |       |       |    1911:  at The Street, Aslacton – Harold & Elizabeth;  Hilda Ethel May, Harold James
    |       :       |       |       |
    |       :       |       |       |– Hilda Ethel May HOWLETT (b.1908, Norwich – d.)
    |       :       |       |      └  Harold James HOWLETT (b.1910, Aslacton – d.)
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |       |– Henry Horace Pidgeon HOWLETT (b.1881, Sprowston – d.1948, 66y, Ealing, Midx)
    |       :       |       |                                                                                                              Engineer Fitter & Turner
    |       :       |       |            1911:  at 32 Knights Rd, Silvertown, W Ham – Henry (b’der / William Cooper & family)
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |       |– Harris Berty Pidgeon HOWLETT (b.1888, Aslacton – d.1963, 74y, Fulham) Stone Mason
    |       :       |       |      m.(1920, Wokingham) Violet Emily HORNE (b.1879, Samford – d.1948, 69, Fulham)
    |       :       |       |– Hearty Maud Pidgeon HOWLETT (b.1888, Aslacton – d.1888, 0y, Depwade)
    |       :       |      └  Hilda Maud Pidgeon HOWLETT (b.1894, Aslacton – d.1963, 68y, Luton) Dress Maker
    |       :       |
    |       :       |– John Howlett PIDGEON (b.24/3/1851, SSMa – d.2/4/1926, 75y, Gt Yarmouth, bu.SSMa) Miller
    |       :       |      m.(14/10/1880, Hempnall) Charlotte CUNNINGHAM (b.12/10/1847, SSMa –
    |       :       |       |                                                                                               d.26/9/1939, 91y, Leicester)
    |       :       |       |    1881:  at Turnpike Rd, SSMi – John H & Charlotte PIDGEON, + EdwardMILES (lodger)
    |       :       |       |    1891:  at Turnpike Rd, SSMi – John H & Charlotte; Eliza A J, John H, Jonas, George H
    |       :       |       |    1901:  at 51 Southtown Rd, Gorleston – John H & Charlotte;  Jonas, George H
    |       :       |       |                          + Eliza (wid, 75), Janet (s, 51) CUNNINGHAM, Charles GBURTON & 2 boarders
    |       :       |       |    1911:  at 79 Marine Parade, Gt Yarmouth – John Howlett & Charlotte;  George Henry 
    |       :       |       |                                                 + Jane CUNNINGHAM (wife’s sis), Edith Lucy HENNING (bdr),
    |       :       |       |                                                    James Gowing MIDDLETON (bdr), Elsie May HANTON (servt)
    |       :       |       |    1921:  at 79 Marine Parade, Gt Yarmouth – “Mr & Mrs Middleton”
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |       |– Eliza Alice Jane PIDGEON (b.4/8/1882, SSMi – d.18/5/1956, Bishop’s Stortford)
    |       :       |       |       :    1901:  at Castle Meadow, Norwich – Alice J and other servants.
    |       :       |       |      m.(11/7/1910, Bishopsgate, London) John Henry Barnes GEDGE, MBE (b.9/3/1878,
    |       :       |       |       |                      Gt Yarmouth – d.12/1/1938, 59y, Caister-on-Sea) Clerk & County Councillor
    |       :       |       |       |    1911:  at Stormcroft, Manor Rd, Caister-on-Sea – John Henry Barmes & Eliza Alice Jane
    |       :       |       |       |                                                                                                                            + servant
    |       :       |       |       |– John GEDGE (b.14/7/1912, Caister-on-Sea – d.1979, 66, N Walsham) Anglican Priest
    |       :       |       |       |      m.(20/6/1940, Walthamstow, Essex) Beatrice Joan MAUD (b.16/10/1914 – d.10/1992,
    |       :       |       |       |       |                                                                                                        78y, N Walsham)
    |       :       |       |       |
    |       :       |       |      └  Edward GEDGE (bp.18/3/1916, Caister-on-Sea – bu.20/2/1930, 16y, Caister)
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |       |– John Hubert PIDGEON alias Hubert John MIDDLETON, (Chum)
    |       :       |       |       :                                                       (b.18/4/1884, SSMi – d.2/2/1966, New York, NY, USA)
    |       :       |       |       :    1911:  at Staithe Rd, Stalham – Hubert John (nephew, of Dr James Gowing MIDDLETON)
    |       :       |       |      m.(28/6/1916, Hoboken, NJ, USA) Renée Evelyn ARROYO (née PETERS)
    |       :       |       |                       (b.15/8/1884, White Haven, Pa, USA – d.2/9/1964, Greenville Centre, NY, USA)
    |       :       |       |
    |       :       |       |– Jonas PIDGEON alias James Gowing MIDDLETON Jr, (Omey)
    |       :       |       |       :                                                 (b.7/7/1886, SSMi – d.27/10/1931, East Orange, NJ, USA)
    |       :       |       |      m.(23/4/1913, Tharston) Eva Mary MIDDLETON (b.23/3/1878, Swannington –
    |       :       |       |       |            d.6/4/1915, New York, NY, USA) Nurse, niece of Dr. James Gowing MIDDLETON
    |       :       |       |       |
    |       :       |       |      └  James John MIDDLETON (b.27/3/1915, New York, NY – d.5/1/1974, 58y, Orange, NJ)
    |       :       |       |                :                                                                                     Research Chemist (BA, MBA)
    |       :       |       |               m.(31/3/1945. Richmond Hill, NY) Mary Gene McCALL (b.9/6/1922, Fulton, NY –
    |       :       |       |                |                                                                                         d.7/4/2014, 92y, Dover, NJ)
    |       :       |       |                |–
    |       :       |       |                |– Philip Howard MIDDLETON (b.10/12/1948, East Orange, NJ –
    |       :       |       |                |                                                      d.21/10/1998, 49y, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia) Architect
    |       :       |       |                |– Steven Allen MIDDLETON (b.5/4/1952, Orange, NJ, USA – d.10/12/2009, 57y,
    |       :       |       |                |       :                                                                         Denville, NJ) Chemistry Teacher
    |       :       |       |               └  John McCall MIDDLETON (b.10/11/1957, Orange, NJ – d.19/5/1973,  15y,
    |       :       |       |                                                                                                                           Maplewood, NJ)
    |       :       |      └  George Henry PIDGEON, (Bob) (b.25/7/1888, SSMi – d.1/11/1978, 90y, Melton Mowbray)
    |       :       |              m.(22/4/1916, Gt Yarmouth) Marguerite Elizabeth Oakes LAWS, (Gladys)
    |       :       |               |                                           :                           (b.11/11/1884, Norwich – d.27/71968, 83y,
    |       :       |               |                                          (+) ? ?                                                   Melton Mowbray, Leics)
    |       :       |               |                                           └  Walter F LAWS (b.29/8/1904 – d.)
    |       :       |               |                                                  m.(1/7/1928, Norwich) Lucy Amelia WRIGHT (b.20/8/1905
    |       :       |               |                                                   |                                                                                – d.)
    |       :       |               |
    |       :       |              └ John PIDGEON (b.9/8/1921, Lowestoft, Suffolk – d.24/12/1985, Gosforth,
    |       :       |                                                                                                                         Newcastle-upon-Tyne)
    |       :       |– Horace Howlett PIDGEON (b.28/4/1852, SSMa – d.30/8/1895, 43y, Norwich, bu.SSMa)
    |       :       |
    |       :      └  Harriet Howlett PIDGEON (b.23/12/1857, SSMi – d.20/11/1935, 77y, Rye, NY, USA)
    |       :
    |     (+) John NORMAN [?] Lab
    |       |
    |      └  William PIDGEON (b. Hedenham, bp.15/12/1828 SSMa, – d.1889, 59y, Depwade(SSMa?)) Lab
    |                m.(2/6/1857, SSMa) Emily GILL (b.ab.1837, SSMa – d.1908, 70y, Depwade)
    |                 |    1841:  at SSMa – William with sister Hannah
    |                 |    1851:  at Hall Lane, SSMa – William with mother and John & Hannah RIVETT
    |                 |    1861:  at SSMa (next door to Maria) – William & Emily;  Maria
    |                 |                                                                 [Harriet was with Thomas & Mary, HarrietGILL]
    |                 |    1871:  at PSMM – William & Emily;  Harriet, Maria, Frederick, Jonas, Mary
    |                 |    1881:  at Turnpike, SSMa – William & Emily; Harriet, Frederick, Jonas, Emma
    |                 |    1891:  at The Norwich Road, SSMa – Emily;  Jonas, Harriet, Emma
    |                 |    1901:  at Turnpike, SSMa – Emily (Wid), Harriet, Mary, Emma, Emily (Wid), Margaret & Bernard
    |                 |
    |                 |– Harriet Gill PIDGEON (b.18/3/1858, SSMa – d.1913, 55y, Depwade)
    |                 |            1911:  at Turnpike, SSMa – Harriet, Mary, Emma & Bernard                                              
    |                 |
    |                 |– Maria PIGEON (bp.22/1/1860, SSMa – d.)
    |                 |       :    1881:  at Rectory, SSMa – Maria (cook) with Fredk Wm Hill JERRARD & family
    |                 |       :               at Turnpike, SSMa – William & Mary (wife) CHAPPELL
    |                 |      m.(29/11/1882, SSMa) William CHAPPELL (b.ab.1853, Tharston – d.) Bricklayer
    |                 |       |    1901:  at SSMa – William & Maria;  Mildred, Edith M
    |                 |       |
    |                 |       |– Mildred CHAPPELL (b.1885, SSMa – d.)
    |                 |      └  Edith Mary CHAPPELL (b.1884, SSMa – d.) Dressmaker
    |                 |
    |                 |– Frederick PIDGEON (bp.8/6/1862, SSMa – d.1900, 38y, Depwade, SSMa) Bricklayer
    |                 |      m.(30/5/1885, Wymondham) Emily WALLACE (b.ab.1862, Poplar, London – d.1929, 66y,
    |                 |       |    1891:  at the Norwich Road, SSMa – Frederick & Emily;  Margaret                             SSMa)
    |                 |       |    1901:  at Turnpike, SSMa – Emily (Wid), Margaret, Bernard with family (above)
    |                 |       |    1911:  at 25 South Parade, Southam, Hants – Emily (wid) with Jemima CREWE & daughter
    |                 |       |
    |                 |       |– William Frederick PIDGEON (bp.15/2/1886, SSMa – d.1887, 0y, SSMa)
    |                 |       |
    |                 |       |– Margaret Emily PIDGEON (b.24/6/1888, SSMa – d.1970, 82y, Norwich)
    |                 |       |    1911:  at Tile Barn Lodge, Woolton Hill, Highclere, Hants – Margaret (servt to Arthur
    |                 |       |                                                                                        HELSHAM-JONES, barister, & family)
    |                 |      └  Bernard Frederick PIDGEON (b.1897, SSMa – d.1968, 70y, Norwich)
    |                 |              m.(1938, Norwich) Ethel Helen THAXTON (b.1895, Norwich – d.1972, 77y, Norwich)
    |                 |
    |                 |– Jonas PIDGEON (b.Pulham Market, bp.3/7/1864, SSMa – d.1939, 74y, SSMa) Gen Lab
    |                 |      m.(1900, Harkstead) Kate SCOTT (b.1867, Harkstead, Sfk – d.17/10/1954, 87y, SSMa)
    |                 |       |    1901:  at Turnpike, SSMa:  Jonas & Kate
    |                 |       |    1911:  at Turnpike, SSMa:  Jonas & Kate; John Scott
    |                 |       |
    |                 |      └  John Scott PIDGEON (b.20/12/1907, SSMa – d.1/4/1970, 62y, Norwich, bu.SSMa)
    |                 |              m.(1954, Depwade)Irene Grace HOWLETT (b.4/11/1908 – d.1990, 81y, Norwich Outer)
    |                 |
    |                 |– Mary PIDGEON (b.Pulham Market, bp.21/7/1867, SSMa – d?1944, 76y, Depwade)
    |                 |            1881:  at Turnpike, SSMa – Mary (boarder) with Elizabeth FISKE
    |                 |            1911:  at Turnpike, SSMa – Harriet, Mary, Emma & Bernard                                              
    |                 |
    |                 |– Emma PIDGEON (b.1869, Depwade – d.1870, 0y, Depwade)
    |                 |
    |                └  Emma PIDGEON (b.1872, Pulham Market – d.1947, 75y, Depwade)
    |                              1911:  at Turnpike, SSMa – Harriet, Mary, Emma & Bernard                                              
    |
    |– Hannah PIGEON (bp.10/4/1800, SSMa – bu.16/1/1861, 55y, SSMa)
    |      m.(6/11/1840, SSMa) John RIVETT (b.ab.1816, Alburgh – d.16/1/1891, 69y, SSMa) Gardener
    |                                          m2() Elizabeth ? (b.ab.1828, Moulton – d.3/1/1895, 65y, SSMa)
    |                                           |    1861:  at SSMa – John (wid)
    |                                           |    1871:  at SSMa – John & Elizabeth; Herbert, Alfred, George, Elizabeth
    |                                           |    1881:  at Turnpike, SSMa – John & Elizabeth; Herbert, Alfred, George, Elizabeth
    |                                           |
    |                                           |– Herbert RIVETT (b.ab.1863, SSMa – d.)
    |                                           |– Alfred RIVETT (b.1865, SSMa – d.)
    |                                           |– George RIVETT (b.1866, SSMa – d.)
    |                                           |      m.(1892, Depwade) Agnes Ellen HUMPHREYS (b.ab.1869 – d.)
    |                                           |               1901: at Turnpike, SSMa (next door to Jonas & Kate PIDGEON)
    |                                          └  Elizabeth RIVETT (b.1867, SSMa – d.)                                 – George & Agnes
    |                                                  m.(1894, Depwade) Charles REEVE (b. – d.)
    |
    |            1851:  at Hall Lane, SSMa – John & Hannah RIVETT, Maria, William PIDGEON (see above)
    |
    |– Mary PIGEON (b.ab.1801 – d.1882, 81y, Depwade)
    |      m.(5/6/1831, SSMa) William NUNN ()
    |       |    1881:  Nr the Church, Rushall – Mary, Mary LAKE
    |       |
    |      └ Martha NUNN (b.ab.1826, Rushall – d.1893, 62y, Langmere)
    |              m.() David LAKE (b.ab.1818, Shelton – d.1893, 73y) Ag LAb
    |               |    1851:  at Langmere, Dickleburgh – David & Martha;  David, William
    |               |    1881:  at Harleston Rd, Dickleburgh – David & Martha (lunatic);  Emily
    |               |
    |               |– David LAKE (b.1849, Langmere – d.1908, 59y, Kirkley) Foreman Joiner
    |               |      m.(1871) Ann Eliza COWLES (b.1848, Old Catton – d.1922, 73y, Kirkley) Lodging House Keeper
    |               |       |    1901:  at 7 Kirkley Cliff, Lowestoft, Suffolk – David & Ann E;  Charles A, Herbert F
    |               |       |                                                                                          + Lucy B COWLES (14, niece) + servt
    |               |       |– Charles Alvin LAKE (b.1875, Kirkley – d?1919, 44y, Shoreditch, London)
    |               |       |      m?(1916, Shoreditch) Florence WILLIS
    |               |      └  Herbert Francis LAKE (b.1877, Kirkley – d.)
    |               |              m?(1903, Hackney) Ida DUBACH or Emily Louise HARRINGTON
    |               |
    |               |– William LAKE (b.1851, Langmere  – d.)
    |               |
    |               |– Mary LAKE (b.ab.1858, Langmere – d.) Dom. Helper
    |               |            1881:  Nr the Church, Rushall – Mary, with Mary NUNN
    |               |            1901:  at Kirkley – Mary, Emily
    |               |
    |              └  Emily LAKE (b.1868, Langmere – d.) Dom. Helper
    |                            1901:  at Kirkley – Mary, Emily
    |
   └  Sarah PIGEON (bp.19/2/1803, SSMa – d.)
           m.(29/7/1829, Ditchingham) Charles SUTTON (b.ab.1803, Ditchingham – d.) Ag.Lab
            |    1841:  at Hedenham – Charles & Sarah;  John, Philip
            |    1851:  at Hedenham – Charles & Sarah;  John, Philip, Susan, Charles
            |    1861:  at Hedenham – Charles (widr);  Susan, Charles + Harriet SNOWLING (11, niece)
            |    1871:  at Hedenham – Charles
            |
            |– John SUTTON (b.ab.1833, Hedenham – d.1890, 57y, Depwade)
            |– Philip SUTTON (b.ab.1838, Hedenham – d.)
            |– Susan SUTTON (b.ab.1842, Hedenham – d.)
           └  Charles SUTTON (b. 1843, Hedenham – d.) Blacksmith
                    m.(1872, Depwade) Sarah Ann BUCK (b.ab.1840, Ditchingham – d.1897, 68y, Depwade)

                          1881:  at Norwich Rd, Dichingham – Charles & Sarah A;  + Eva SUMMONS (3, boarder

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