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Family of Edward PETTIT and Ann Elizabeth HARRIS

Husband: Edward PETTIT (1857-1909)
Wife: Ann Elizabeth HARRIS (1858-1933)
Children: Henry Mark PETTIT (1880-1925)
Albert PETTIT (1883- )
Louie PETTIT ( - )
Frank PETTIT (1887- )
Bess PETTIT (1890- )
Victor Ernest PETTIT (1892-1962)
Ivy PETTIT (1897-1967)
Walter PETTIT (1899- )
Beatrice PETTIT (1901- )
Marriage 17 Aug 1879 Trinity Church, St Mary, Newington

Husband: Edward PETTIT

Name: Edward PETTIT
Sex: Male
Father: Henry Spearpoint PETTIT (1831-1915)
Mother: Charlotte SCUTT (1832- )
Birth 18 Mar 1857 North Street, Folkestone
Death 1 Dec 1909 (age 52) Guy's Hospital, London
Census 1881 (age 23-24) 11 Goat Street, Bermondsey

Wife: Ann Elizabeth HARRIS

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Ann Elizabeth HARRIS

Name: Ann Elizabeth HARRIS
Sex: Female
Father: Mark HARRIS (1836-1904)
Mother: Elizabeth WALDEN (1834-1870)
Birth 4 Oct 1858 1 Parkers Buildings, Bermondsey
Death 28 Mar 1933 (age 74) Wolverhampton
Burial 4 Apr 1933 Nunhead Cemetary

Child 1: Henry Mark PETTIT

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Henry Mark PETTIT

Name: Henry Mark PETTIT
Sex: Male
Spouse: Annie CARTER ( - )
Birth 1880 Horselydown, London
Death 1925 (age 44-45)

Child 2: Albert PETTIT

Name: Albert PETTIT
Sex: Male
Spouse: Maud (?) ( - )
Birth 1883 Horselydown, London

Child 3: Louie PETTIT

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Louie PETTIT

Name: Louie PETTIT
Sex: Female
Birth "ABT. 1885"

Child 4: Frank PETTIT

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Frank PETTIT

Name: Frank PETTIT
Sex: Male
Birth 1887
Death "ABT. 1965"

Child 5: Bess PETTIT

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Bess PETTIT

Name: Bess PETTIT
Sex: Female
Spouse: William ADDIS ( - )
Birth 1890

Child 6: Victor Ernest PETTIT

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Victor Ernest PETTIT

Name: Victor Ernest PETTIT
Sex: Male
Spouse: Selina May BARKER (1894-1965)
Birth 14 Apr 1892 Horselydown, Bermondsey
Death 30 Nov 1962 (age 70) Sidcup, Kent
Burial Eltham Crematoriam

Child 7: Ivy PETTIT

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Ivy PETTIT

Name: Ivy PETTIT
Sex: Female
Spouse: Reginald Thomas DAVIS (1895-1947)
Birth 17 Jun 1897 St Olave, Southwark
Death 14 Apr 1967 (age 69)

Child 8: Walter PETTIT

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Walter PETTIT

Name: Walter PETTIT
Sex: Male
Birth 1899 St Olave, Southwark

Child 9: Beatrice PETTIT

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Beatrice PETTIT

Name: Beatrice PETTIT
Sex: Male
Birth 1901 St Olave, Southwark

Note on Husband: Edward PETTIT - shared note

1. I have a copy of his birth certificate. He was born in North Street, Folkestone.

 

2. He was bound as an apprentice to Henry Juett of Poplar on June 13, 1876. He gained his freedom on completion of his apprenticeship on August 9, 1881.

 

3. I have a copy of his marriage certificate, at which time he lived in Blackman Street, Newington and his profession is Lighterman.

 

4. In the 1881 census he lived at 11 Goat Street, Bermondsey, with his profession shown as Lighterman. His son Henry was aged 5 months.

 

5. The birth certificate of his son Victor (1892) gives Edward's address as 65, Queen Elizabeth St, Horselydown, Southwark and his profession as Lighterman Journeyman.

 

6. In the 1901 census his family are living at 44 Lafone Street. He is a Lighterman, as ever. All the family are still living with him, from Henry aged 20, down to Walter, aged 1. (His father Henry is at the same address, although listed as a separate household.)

 

7. Died December 1, 1909 at Guy's Hospital London, recorded as an Accidental Death as a result of a fall from a barge on November 24, 1909. At the time of his death he lived at 133 Abbey Street, Bermondsey. I have a copy of his death certificate.

 

8. I checked the National Probate Index for 1909/10 - no entry found.

Note on Wife: Ann Elizabeth HARRIS - shared note

1. I have a copy of her birth certificate.

 

2. She came to Wolverhampton to live with her daughter Ivy in later life. When she died, she was taken back to London to be buried in the same grave as her mother and father in Nunhead cemetary. [Note. 'Uncle Frank' ie. her grandson Frank Davis would have been 11 at the time of her death and was present at the funeral. His memory was that she was buried in a 'Family Vault' which had been built to take 26, and that she was the 13th to go in. The reality turns out to be that there are only 5 in the grave and that it only has a standard headstone. Sorry - Frank ! ]