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    Default HENRY LEVI -GLASS CUTTER;PHILIP/MORRIS LEVI

    The following post is a follow on from previous posts listed under 'Some Jewish Look ups to be undertaken' Posts 134-158 relating to Henry Levi Glass cutter and his two sons Philip Levi and Morris Levi. These posts further relate to the data listed under 'Louisa Nathan/Foley nee Crawcour 1828-1918' posts on this site. The current data on the various families which include /CrawcourNathan/Foley/Campbell/Levi and others shows the various relationships including marriages of Anglo Jewish individuals to non-Jewish families.
    The previous posts have recorded the various primary sources including census, marriage, baptism and other records which confirm the relationships.
    In the subsequent posts records will be cited to further confirm the family relationships.
    The main individuals in the posts relate to Philip Levi shoe maker and later green grocer son of Henry Levi glass cutter and his son Joseph who married Charlotte Broad and their daughter Ethel Louisa Levi who married Jamieson Knight CAMPBELL.
    I will post further records.
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    Default PHILIP LEVI ABT 1814-1900 AND FAMILY

    The following census records and other data record the Philip Levi abt 1814-1900 family and links through his son Joseph and Joseph's daughter Ethel Louisa Levi to the families referred to in the various postings indicated in the first two postings of this topic.
    There are earlier census records which I will cite later but the first two relate to Charlotte Broad who married Joseph Levi in 1872 ( their marriage record has been previously cited).
    1871 Census RG10 1327 12 16 ( Crown Copyright,TNA) Kensal Green
    Philip Levi H M 57 Greengrocer b Middx Whitechapel
    Ann Levi wife 56 b Middx St James
    Sarah Levi dau U 21 b Kensal Green
    Joseph Levi son 18 b Kensal Green
    Alfred Levi son 13 b Kensal Green
    Charlotte Broad boader U 18 ( her occupation is difficult to decipher) b Middx Paddington
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    The family trees on various websites give a dob for Henry Levi glass cutter and father of Philip and Morris as 1780 and there is no date of death or other details. The source for his dob is not given and there is no census record for him suggesting he died pre 1841 Census. Reference to Henri Levi glass cutter has already been cited in earlier postings with at least one person of that name and trade being ruled out as the father of Philip and Morris.
    The approximates dob for Philip 1814 and his brother Morris b abt 1802 suggest there may be other siblings. The wife of Henri Levi is currently unknown.
    Further data to follow.
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    Default JAMESON KNIGHT CAMPBELL- ETHEL LOUISA LEVI

    The following records identify the relationship between the Campbell/Nathan/Crawcour/Levi and others lines:
    Jameson Knight Campbell son of Charles Campbell and Rosa Nathan married Ethel Louisa Levi Sept qtr 1901 Elham Kent 2a 2206.
    The 1881 Census RG2199 133 36 ( Crown Copyright,TNA) 6 Crescent Place St Andrew Plymouth Devon
    Charles Campbell HM 31 Paymaster Army Left active service b Scotland
    Rose wife 29 b London
    Henry son 9 b London
    S Louisa dau 7 b London
    Jameson K son 5 b Dover
    John son 3 b Barbados West Indies

    1891 RG12 145 152 20 (Crown Copyright,TNA)
    St Mary Islington London
    Charles Campbell HM 45 Life Insurance Agent b St Pancras
    Rose wife 41 b Spitalfields
    Henry son s 19 solicitors clerk b Paddington
    Sarah dau s 17 Civil service b Islington
    Jameson K son 15 Gas Merchant Clerk b Dover
    John son 13 scholar b Barbados WI
    Arthur son 8 b New Cross Surrey
    Rose dau 5 b Islington
    Mabel dau 2 b Islington
    Dorothy dau 2mths b Islington

    More records to follow.
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    Default JAMESON KNIGHT CAMPBELL- ETHEL LOUISA LEVI

    The 1911 Census ( Crown Copyright,TNA) Piece 3559 Speyton House Vine Road East Mosely Surrey shows:
    Jameson Campbell 35 Married 9 years Police Sergeant MP b Kent Dover; Ethel Campbell wife 31; 2 children; Ethel Campbell dau 8 b Folkestone Kent;Charles Campbell son 5 b Shepherds Bush

    Jameson's mother Rosa Nathan was born Dec qtr 1849 Whitechapel 2 570

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    Default ROSA CAMPBELL NEE NATHAN 1849-1925

    The birth and death index records for Rosa Campbell nee NATHAN:
    Birth-Dec qtr 1849 Whitechapel 2 570
    Death-June qtr 1925 age 75 Brighton 2b 265

    Probate:
    Rose Campbell widow died 21 June 1925 widow. Administration London to Henry Charles Campbell solicitor 2571 9s 5d

    A family tree records Rosa/Rose buried in Highgate Cemetery

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    I have just received Morris Levy's death certificate in today's post:

    8th May 1875, 1 Spencer St, St George in the East, Morris Levy, Male, 65 years (suggest a different birth year),
    Glass Cutter, Sudden Extravasation of blood on the brain.
    Certificate received from John Humphreys, Coroner for for Middlesex - inquest held.
    Registered 12th May 1875

    Is there any way of tracing the details from the inquest?

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    Martin
    I looked at the British Newspaper archives site for possible newspaper articles on Morris Levy death but could not see a reference. I am not a specialist in the area of Coroner's Report findings but you might want to look at The City of Westminster site which gives links to Coroner inquest reports as well as the London Metropolitan Archive site and the National Archives. It is my understanding that it was the coroner who decided what records would be retained for archives but I am sure other researchers on BG would advise you further.
    Phillip

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    Martin
    I have looked at the Levi names on the London,England Marriages and Banns 1754-1921 records and noted several Levi who were glass cutters. These were the father's of brides/grooms and included Edward Levy glass cutter - his daughter Mary Ann Levy married 1839;1857 Ann Levi-father Abraham Levi glass cutter;1866 Sarah Levi -father Elias Levi glass cutter;1845 John Levi-father William Woolf Levi glass cutter. There may well be others ( I looked briefly) and there may or may not be a connection to the Henry Levi lines but worth keeping options open.
    Phillip

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    Martin
    I have seen an entry on the 1821 Waterford Census for 3 Mary St -Henry LEVI glass cutter and family. Unfortunately, this site gives no further details on the individual members of the family. On behalf of Martin, do any other researchers have suggestions for tracking down this family further.
    Phillip

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