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Ann Houseman

F, #12417, Deceased, b. about 1819, d. before 1871

Family

Family: Peter Snelson (b. about 1816, d. 17 August 1892)

Main Events

  • Name: Ann Houseman was also known as Ann Snelson.
  • Birth: She was born about 1819 in Knutsford, Cheshire.
  • Marriage: She and Peter Snelson were married in 1841 in Weaverham.
  • Census (F): She and Peter Snelson were enumerated on the census of 1851 in Woodside, St. James, Ashton, Cheshire, with Ann J. Snelson, Peter Snelson, and James Snelson.1
  • Occupation: Ann Houseman was a seamstress in Ashton in 1851.
  • Death: She died before 1871.
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Citations

  1. [S684] Census 1851 HO107/2171 f332r 82 Woodside, Ashton
    Peter Snelson Head Mar 35 Ag Lab Chester Tarvin Ann Snelson Wife Mar 32 Seamstress Knutsford Ann J. Snelson dau 9 Scholar Tarvin Peter Snelson son 6 Scholar Tarvin James Snelson son 6 Scholar Tarvin

Biography

Eliza Jane Williams

F, #12419, Deceased, b. 4 October 1847, d. 26 January 1922

Person Exhibits

Eliza Jane Snelson (nee Williams) 1847-1922
  • Consanguinity: Partner of William Snelson (1st cousin 3 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson)

Parents

Family

Family: William Snelson (b. 20 April 1849, d. 30 January 1900)

Main Events

  • Name: Eliza Jane Williams was also known as Eliza Jane Snelson.
  • Birth: She was born on 4 October 1847 in Pendleton, Nr Manchester, Lancashire.
  • Marriage: She and William Snelson were married on 2 November 1870 in St. Mary's, Chester, Witnesses to the wedding were Ellen Williams and George Williams. William Snelson signed his name clearly and well, but Eliza was illiterate and left a cross as her mark.1
  • Residence: She and Ada Snelson resided in the "Grosvenor Arms", 26 Handbridge, Chester, about 1888.
  • Residence: Eliza Jane Williams resided in 57 Hoole Lane, Chester, before 1922.
  • Death: She died on 26 January 1922, at age 74, in 54 Trafford St, Chester, Cheshire.
  • Burial: Eliza Jane's remains were buried on 30 January 1922 in Grave I047, Chester General Cemetery, Overleigh, 53.18193500, -2.89492965.2

Census

Census 1871Eliza Jane Williams Id #12,419 (Head of Household) was at home on Census night 1871 at 11 Back Queen Street, Boughton, Chester.

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Principal).

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #114.

Original Documents, Source and Citations here 3
Census 1881Eliza Jane Williams Id #12,419 (Spouse) was at home on Census night 4 April 1881 at 105 Handbridge, Chester; and he is described as a house carpenter.

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Head), Emma Snelson (Daughter), William Snelson (Son), Elizabeth Snelson (Daughter), Hannah Snelson (Daughter), George Snelson (Son), Eliza Jane Snelson (Daughter), Margaret Snelson (Daughter), and George Snelson (Brother).

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #114, 189, 193, 196, 198, 199, 1,336, 1,643, and 115.

Original Documents, Source and Citations here 4
Census 1891Eliza Jane Williams Id #12,419 (Wife) was at home on Census night 1891 at Quetow Place, St. Oswald, Chester; He is described as a joiner.

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Principal), Elizabeth Snelson (Daughter), William Snelson (Son), George Snelson (Son), Eliza Jane Snelson (Daughter), Emma Snelson (Daughter), and John Snelson (Son).

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #114, 196, 193, 199, 1,336, 189, and 194.

Original Documents, Source and Citations here 5
Census 1901Eliza Jane Williams Id #12,419 (Principal) was at home on Census night 1901 at Hartington Street, Chester.

Also in the household that night were John Snelson (Head of Household), Ellen Snelson (Daughter), and Thomas Snelson (Son).

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #194, 1,653, and 192.

Original Documents, Source and Citations here
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Citations

  1. [S117] Chester St. Mary Marriages 1868-1910, R3-1321
  2. [S68] Overleigh Grave 1047, Memo: Annotation: Overleigh Grave 1047 (1971 letter from Parks&Cems Supt.)

    William Snelson Cowkeeper Handbridge died 28 Oct 1855 aged 36

    Elizabeth Snelson daughter of William and Margaret Snelson Curzon Park Chester
    died 31 Oct 1856 aged 9 months

    William Snelson 31 Hartington St Handbridge Chester died 30 Jan 1900 aged 50
    years. ( The Oddfellows erected a head stone to him ).

    Eliza Jane Snelson 57 Hoole Lane Chester died 26 Jan 1922 aged 73

    Emma Sumpter 54 Trafford Street Chester died 12 May 1946 aged 65 years

    Henry Sumpter 54 Trafford St Chester died 14 Nov 1946 aged 69
  3. [S5759] Census 1871 Cheshire Williem Snelson a. 21
  4. [S214] Census 1881 St. Mary, Chester, Memo: Annotation: Census 1881 St. Mary, Chester



    m/f 146/20 RG 11/3556 Schedule 42

    48 Handbridge Grocer's Shop
    Ann Snelson Head Widow 49 Grocer Chester
    Henry Son Unm 26 Grocer Chester
    William son Unm 19 Blacksmith Chester
    Robert son 13 Scholar Chester
    Thomas son 7 scholar Chester
    Martha dau unm 21 Schoolmistress Chester
    Agnes dau 11 Scholar Chester
    Annie dau 10 Scholar Chester


    Schedule 99 53 Handbridge

    In this house along with William & Hannah Roberts and their children who were
    related to the Snelson family lived :-

    Annie Snelson granddaughter unm 17 Domestic Servant Chester

    The return states that Jane (?) Snelson, the head of the family, was temporarily
    absent at the time of the census. This may mean that Jane was Annies's
    grandmother, and therefore the grandmother of William & Hannah Roberts' two
    children. She may therefore be Hannah's mother perhaps making William & Hannah
    the Uncle and aunt of Annie ?


    Schedule 235 99 Handbridge

    William Snelson Head marr 32 House carpenter Chester
    Eliza Jane wife marr. 33 Manchester
    Elizabeth dau 9 Scholar Chester
    Margaret dau 8 Scholar Chester
    William son 7 Scholar Chester
    Hannah dau 5 Scholar Chester
    George son 3 Chester ( Grandfather of Richard James Snelson )
    Eliza Jane dau 1 Chester
    Emma dau 2 months Chester
    George brother unm 30 House Carpenter Chester
  5. [S5760] Census 1891 Cheshire William Snelson a. 41

Biography

William Snelston

M, #12420, Deceased, b. estimated 1673

Family

Family: Anne Dale (b. estimated 1675)

Main Events

  • Birth: William Snelston was born estimated 1673.
  • Marriage: He and Anne Dale were married on 25 April 1698 in Great Budworth.1

Citations

  1. [S132] Cheshire Parish Registers & Bishops' Transcripts

Biography

Anne Dale

F, #12421, Deceased, b. estimated 1675

Family

Family: William Snelston (b. estimated 1673)

Main Events

  • Name: Anne Dale was also known as Mrs. Anne Snelston.
  • Birth: She was born estimated 1675.
  • Marriage: She and William Snelston were married on 25 April 1698 in Great Budworth.1

Citations

  1. [S132] Cheshire Parish Registers & Bishops' Transcripts

Biography

Unknown Connor

M, #12423, Deceased

Families

Family 1: Unknown Unknown (d. before 1851)

Family 2:

Main Events

Biography

Edward Connor

M, #12424, Deceased, b. 1818

Parents

Main Events

  • Birth: Edward Connor was born in 1818.

Census

Census 1851Edward Connor Id #12,424 (Witness) was at home on Census night 1851 at Connahs's Farm, 98 acres, Pentrobin.

Also in the household that night were Eleanor ("Ellen") Snelson (Principal), Charles Connor (Witness), Thomas Connor (Witness), Mary Connor (Witness), Emma Snelson (Witness), and Peter Connor (Witness).

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #2,754, 12,425, 12,427, 12,426, 2,758, and 12,429.

Original Documents, Source and Citations here 1
Census 1861Edward Connor Id #12,424 (Head of Household) was at home on Census night 1861 at Connah's Farm, Pentrobin.

Also in the household that night were Mary Connor (Sister).

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #12,426.

Original Documents, Source and Citations here

Citations

  1. [S686] Census 1851 HO107/2172 f825v 124 Connah's Farm, Pentrobin
    Mary Connah Head Un 70 Farmer of 98 acres emplg 3 labs Flintshire Hawarden Charles Connah Nephew Widower 36 Ag lab Flintshire Mold Thomas Connah Nephew 7 Scholar Flintshire Hope Edward Connah Nephew Un 33 Ag lab Flintshire Mold Mary Connah Niece Un 31 House Servant Flintshire Mold Eleanor Snelson Servant Un 17 House Servant Denbighshire Gresford Emma Snelson Visitor 10 Cheshire Pulford Peter Connah Serv 14 Farm Lab Flintshire Hawarden

Biography

Charles Connor

M, #12425, Deceased, b. 1815

Parents

Family

Family: Unknown Unknown (d. before 1851)

Main Events

  • Birth: Charles Connor was born in 1815 in Mold, Flintshire.
  • Marriage: He and Unknown Unknown were married.

Census

Census 1851Charles Connor Id #12,425 (Witness) was at home on Census night 1851 at Connahs's Farm, 98 acres, Pentrobin.

Also in the household that night were Eleanor ("Ellen") Snelson (Principal), Thomas Connor (Witness), Edward Connor (Witness), Mary Connor (Witness), Emma Snelson (Witness), and Peter Connor (Witness).

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #2,754, 12,427, 12,424, 12,426, 2,758, and 12,429.

Original Documents, Source and Citations here 1

Citations

  1. [S686] Census 1851 HO107/2172 f825v 124 Connah's Farm, Pentrobin
    Mary Connah Head Un 70 Farmer of 98 acres emplg 3 labs Flintshire Hawarden Charles Connah Nephew Widower 36 Ag lab Flintshire Mold Thomas Connah Nephew 7 Scholar Flintshire Hope Edward Connah Nephew Un 33 Ag lab Flintshire Mold Mary Connah Niece Un 31 House Servant Flintshire Mold Eleanor Snelson Servant Un 17 House Servant Denbighshire Gresford Emma Snelson Visitor 10 Cheshire Pulford Peter Connah Serv 14 Farm Lab Flintshire Hawarden

Biography