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Martin Allen
28-12-2005, 5:44 PM
Does anyone have any info on Marconis in the Kingston area, specifically relatives of Frederick Marconi and his daughter Elizabeth born 1840?

Martin

Trish
28-12-2005, 6:01 PM
Does anyone have any info on Marconis in the Kingston area, specifically relatives of Frederick Marconi and his daughter Elizabeth born 1840?

MartinMartin,

Do you have any census information on Frederick and Elizabeth? If the following people are the right ones, it appears that Frederick is possibly living apart from his family while he has a live-in position with a magistrate:

1851 Census

?Surbiton Lodge, Kingston upon Thames, Kent
HO107/1603 Folio 299 Page 3

Charles HALLETT Head Mar 60 Magistrate for Middlesex [born] St Margarets Middlesex
Susan do Wife Do 65 Norwich Norfolk
James A Do Son Mar 33 Navy Agent & Broker St. John's Westminster
Marmaduke Do Son U 25 Wine Merchant Do Do
Frederic P MAUDE Visitor Mar 33 Barrister St. Marylebone
Ann do Do Do 26 Wife of Do Guilford Surrey
Frederick MARCONI Serv Mar 42 House Servant London
William FRITH Do U 31 Groom Caxton Cambridshire [sic]
Ann SAMSON Do U 55 House Servant Broughton Kent
Susan WHITING Do U 40 Do

?Bittoms, Kingston upon Thames, Kent
HO107/1603 Folio 309 Page 22

Ann Marcony Wife Mar 49 [born] Surrey Kingston
Mary A. Do Daur 16 Dressmaker Mddx Hampton Wick
Susan Do Do 14 at Home Do Do
Elizabeth Do Do 10 Do Surrey Kingston

HTH,

Trish
28-12-2005, 6:12 PM
Martin,

It appears that the same situation continues through 1861. If I have this right... Frederick is working for a different employer in Kingston but still apart from the family. Ann and daughters are at the same address as in 1851.

In 1871, I don't see an Ann, however, there is a widow, Mary A. MARCONI... She's a dressmaker, of the same age and born in Kingston and she's lodging with a couple named HALL. But there's also a death record for an Ann MARCONI in the December quarter of 1867 in Kingston -- reference is Volume 2a Page 139.

If you don't have the above census information and would like to have it, let me know and I'll give you a transcription.

Trish

Martin Allen
29-12-2005, 12:16 PM
Thanks,
I had 1861, but not 1851. Yes, Frederic(k) obviously lived in, while the family lived separately.

What I can't find is the birth of Frederic or his wife Ann Peters. They were married in 1834 and I assume some connection with Mary Ann, but that's where it stops.

Martin

Martin Allen
12-04-2006, 4:15 PM
Born 1775. He was father of Frederic, but where did he come from in Italy?