Pat and Roger's paternal great great grandfather Pat and Roger's paternal great great grandmother

George Macklin married ????????????????????????? Eliza Cook


BORN c.1818
baptised St Mary Lambeth (resident Battersea) 26 July 1818

BORN c. 1817/18, Watford, Herts

DIED 31 July 1877, aged 61, shoemaker, in Lambeth Workhouse Infirmary, Princes Road, Lambeth. Cause of death: Phthisis [Tubercolosis]

DIED13 April 1872 at 4 Alma Villas, St Mary in the Castle, Hastings aged 56. Cause of death: Heart disease. Wife of George Macklin (Bootmaker). Sarah Macklin [daughter] present at death


1841 census: not specified but at same address as father, who is shoemaker

July 1845 at birth of daughters (Cripplegate) bootmaker

Nov 1845 at baptism of daughters (Lambeth workhouse): Shoemaker

1861 census (St Leonards-on-Sea): shoemaker

1871 census (Hastings): shoemaker

April 1872 (death of wife): Bootmaker

At death 1877: shoemaker






1861 census not speciified but likely to have been laundress

1871 census: laundress



1841 census: Nelson Row, Brixton (actually Clapham) (Nelson's Row)

July 1845 11 Three Herring Court, Cripplegate

Nov 1845, in Lambeth Workhouse

1851 census: Not found but see children below -- not impossible parents also staying there but not recorded

1861 census: 7 Lavatoria Square, St Leonard's on Sea, Sussex

1871 census: 4 Alma Villas, Hastings

April 1872 (death of wife): 4 Alma Villas, Hastings

Some time between 1872 and 1877 moves back to Lambeth




1841/45/61/71/72: as husband



ELIZABETH born 11 Three Herring Court, Cripplegate [City of London], 29 July 1845 at 3/4 past 2pm, baptised St Mary Lambeth (in Renfrew Road Workhouse) 2 Nov 1845 (paternal great grandmother)

1851 census: Staying with twin sister Sarah aged 5 "visitors" at 5 Griffin Road, Lambeth with John White, journeyman plumber aged 52 and Mary White aged 54 (born Watford, Herts). Mary White prob a relative of Eliza Macklin née Cook (also born Watford). Might be older sister or aunt. She might be the Mary Cook who married John White on 25 August 1822 at St Leonard, Shoreditch

1861 census: (aged 15) 9 Robertson Terrace Hastings servant in house of John Marchant, lodging house keeper

married William Benjamin Thomas, Jan-Feb-Mar 1865, Hastings 2b, 31. The couple were living at 4 Alma Villas in 1871, with Walter (5), Minnie (2), George (10 months). See William Benjamin Thomas for more info


SARAH born 11 Three Herring Court, Cripplegate, 29 July 1845, twin sister of Elizabeth, baptised St Mary Lambeth (in Renfrew Road Workhouse) 2 Nov 1845.

1851 census: As Elizabeth above

1861 census: aged 15, 13 Gensing Road, Hastings as lodger in household of Barbary Turner, laundress

Can't find in 1871 census, but was at 4 Alma Villas when her mother died on 13 April 1872

Married George Charles Usher Jan-Feb-Mar 1875, Battle, 2b 75

1881 census: Riding Lane, Leigh, Kent, aged 35. George is agricultural labourer. Also Ellen Flint nurse child (11 months-- see next item)

1891 census: 2 Ivy Cottage, London Road, Tonbridge (Laundress). George is now coal merchant carman. Ellen Flint (aged 10 is adopted daughter). Also Olive Thomas (aged 11), Elizabeth's daughter

1901 census: 3 Roseberry Terrace, Tonbridge. George (59) is carter (general) Sarah (55) is laundress.

1911 census: Sarah aged 65 is widow and a monthly nurse ["monthly nurse" looks after women in immediate period after giving birth], a boarder at 73 High Street, Gillingham, Kent








James Macklin (bootmaker)/Elizabeth née Ayers [aka Ayres]


Not yet known Cook/?????