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Margaret Jones

F, #886, Deceased, b. about 1803, d. after 1861
  • Consanguinity: Partner of John Snelson (3rd great-uncle of Adrian John Snelson)

Family

Family: John Snelson (b. about 24 December 1809)

Main Events

  • Name: Margaret Jones was also known as Margaret Snelson.
  • Birth: She was born about 1803 in Buckley or Hawarden, Flintshire.
  • Marriage: Margaret Jones and John Snelson were married on 20 October 1833 in Liverpool.
  • Occupation: She was a pupil a teacher in Chester in 1851.
  • Death: She died after 1861.

Census

Census 1841Margaret Jones Id #886 (Wife) was at home on Census night 1841 at Belgrave Square, Chester; (1) John Snelson a. 30, ironworker and wife Margaret a.35, young son William a. 6 and daughter Elizabeth a. 3 are living a few doors away from (ii) Johnathan Gill with his wife Hannah, and (iii) Samuel Snelson a. 25 and his wife Margaret a. 25 with their two children William a.3 and Margaret a. 1.

Also in the household that night were John Snelson (Principal), William Snelson (Son), and Elizabeth Snelson (Son)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #4, 887, and 889

Original Documents, Source and Citations here1
Census 1851Margaret Jones Id #886 (Principal) was at home on Census night 31 March 1851 at Belgrave Place, Chester; The head of the household, presumably Margaret's husband John Snelson (#4) seems to have been absent on this night.

I am not sure whether he was a moulder and ironfounder or a joiner. Perhaps he was both. He seems to have "disappeared", but Margaret is never described as a "widow".

I believe him to be the same John Snelson who turns up in Reading in 1851, 1861, 1971.

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Principal) and Elizabeth Snelson (Witness)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #887 and 889

Original Documents, Source and Citations here2
Census 1861Margaret Jones Id #886 (Principal) was at home on Census night 1861 at Peplow Street, Chester; a moulder's wife

Original Documents, Source and Citations here
Census 1861Margaret Jones Id #886 (Moulder's Wife (mother)) was at home on Census night 1861 at Peplow Street, Hoole; a schoolmaster (certified).

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Principal) and Elizabeth Snelson (Sister)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #887 and 889

Original Documents, Source and Citations here3
  • Last Edited: 6 July 2021 12:41:22

Citations

  1. [S42] Census 1841 Chester Handbridge Samuel Snelson a 25, Memo: Annotation: Census 1841 Chester
    Handbridge H.O. 107/129
    /22 t.8v. Jonathan GILL 60 Y
    Hannah GILL 60 Y
    Martha PARSONAGE 20 N
  2. [S72] Census 1851 Belgrave Square, R3-883, Head Family Absent
    Margaret Sneslon Wife Mar 48 Flintshire Buckley
    William Snelson Son Unm 16 Pupil Teacher Chester City
    Elizabeth Snelson Day 12 Scholar Chester City
    Ann Meredith Visitor Unm 19 Housemaid Chester City
  3. [S5501] Census 1861 Peplow Street Hoole, William Snelson Head Un 26 Schoolmaster (certificated) Chester City
    Margaret Snelson Mother Mar 58 Moulder's Wife Flint Hawarden
    Elizabeth Snelson Sister Un 22 Dressmaker Chester City

Biography

William Snelson

M, #887, Deceased, b. 14 August 1834
  • Consanguinity: 1st cousin 3 times removed of Adrian John Snelson

Parents

Main Events

  • Biography:

    I wonder what happened to him ? [:CR:].
  • Birth: William Snelson was born on 14 August 1834 in Chester. The date of birth is written in manuscript in the original Parish Register.
  • Christening: William was christened on 15 August 1834 in St. Mary's, Chester.1
  • Occupation: He was a pupil a teacher and living in Belgrave Square, Chester, in 1851.
  • Occupation: He was a Schoolmaster in Hoole in 1861.

Census

Census 1841William Snelson Id #887 (Son) was at home on Census night 1841 at Belgrave Square, Chester; (1) John Snelson a. 30, ironworker and wife Margaret a.35, young son William a. 6 and daughter Elizabeth a. 3 are living a few doors away from (ii) Johnathan Gill with his wife Hannah, and (iii) Samuel Snelson a. 25 and his wife Margaret a. 25 with their two children William a.3 and Margaret a. 1.

Also in the household that night were John Snelson (Principal), Margaret Jones (Wife), and Elizabeth Snelson (Son)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #4, 886, and 889

Original Documents, Source and Citations here2
Note 1850William Snelson Id #887 (Principal) was at home on Census night 1850; Cited as a beneficiary in Jonathan Gill's Will of 1850

Original Documents, Source and Citations here
Census 1851William Snelson Id #887 (Principal) was at home on Census night 31 March 1851 at Belgrave Place, Chester; The head of the household, presumably Margaret's husband John Snelson (#4) seems to have been absent on this night.

I am not sure whether he was a moulder and ironfounder or a joiner. Perhaps he was both. He seems to have "disappeared", but Margaret is never described as a "widow".

I believe him to be the same John Snelson who turns up in Reading in 1851, 1861, 1971.

Also in the household that night were Margaret Jones (Principal) and Elizabeth Snelson (Witness)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #886 and 889

Original Documents, Source and Citations here3
Census 1861William Snelson Id #887 (Principal) was at home on Census night 1861 at Peplow Street, Hoole; a schoolmaster (certified).

Also in the household that night were Margaret Jones (Moulder's Wife (mother)) and Elizabeth Snelson (Sister)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #886 and 889

Original Documents, Source and Citations here4
  • Last Edited: 6 July 2021 12:41:18

Citations

  1. [S192] Chester St. Mary Baptisms 1831-1843 mf 98/2 & 3
  2. [S42] Census 1841 Chester Handbridge Samuel Snelson a 25, Memo: Annotation: Census 1841 Chester
    Handbridge H.O. 107/129
    /22 t.8v. Jonathan GILL 60 Y
    Hannah GILL 60 Y
    Martha PARSONAGE 20 N
  3. [S72] Census 1851 Belgrave Square, R3-883, Head Family Absent
    Margaret Sneslon Wife Mar 48 Flintshire Buckley
    William Snelson Son Unm 16 Pupil Teacher Chester City
    Elizabeth Snelson Day 12 Scholar Chester City
    Ann Meredith Visitor Unm 19 Housemaid Chester City
  4. [S5501] Census 1861 Peplow Street Hoole, William Snelson Head Un 26 Schoolmaster (certificated) Chester City
    Margaret Snelson Mother Mar 58 Moulder's Wife Flint Hawarden
    Elizabeth Snelson Sister Un 22 Dressmaker Chester City

Biography

Elizabeth Snelson

F, #889, Deceased, b. 12 April 1838
  • Consanguinity: 1st cousin 3 times removed of Adrian John Snelson

Parents

Main Events

  • Birth: Elizabeth Snelson was born on 12 April 1838 in St. Mary Parish, Chester.
  • Christening: Elizabeth was christened on 28 April 1838 in St. Mary's, Chester.1
  • Occupation: She was in Dressmaker in 1861.

Census

Census 1841Elizabeth Snelson Id #889 (Son) was at home on Census night 1841 at Belgrave Square, Chester; (1) John Snelson a. 30, ironworker and wife Margaret a.35, young son William a. 6 and daughter Elizabeth a. 3 are living a few doors away from (ii) Johnathan Gill with his wife Hannah, and (iii) Samuel Snelson a. 25 and his wife Margaret a. 25 with their two children William a.3 and Margaret a. 1.

Also in the household that night were John Snelson (Principal), Margaret Jones (Wife), and William Snelson (Son)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #4, 886, and 887

Original Documents, Source and Citations here2
Note 1850Elizabeth Snelson Id #889 (Principal) was at home on Census night 1850; Cited as a beneficiary in Jonathan Gill's Will of 1850

Original Documents, Source and Citations here
Census 1851Elizabeth Snelson Id #889 (Witness) was at home on Census night 31 March 1851 at Belgrave Place, Chester; The head of the household, presumably Margaret's husband John Snelson (#4) seems to have been absent on this night.

I am not sure whether he was a moulder and ironfounder or a joiner. Perhaps he was both. He seems to have "disappeared", but Margaret is never described as a "widow".

I believe him to be the same John Snelson who turns up in Reading in 1851, 1861, 1971.

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Principal) and Margaret Jones (Principal)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #887 and 886

Original Documents, Source and Citations here3
Census 1861Elizabeth Snelson Id #889 (Sister) was at home on Census night 1861 at Peplow Street, Hoole; a schoolmaster (certified).

Also in the household that night were William Snelson (Principal) and Margaret Jones (Moulder's Wife (mother))

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #887 and 886

Original Documents, Source and Citations here4
Census 1861Elizabeth Snelson Id #889 (Principal) was at home on Census night 1861 at Peplow Street, Chester; a dressmaker

Original Documents, Source and Citations here
  • Last Edited: 6 July 2021 12:41:26

Citations

  1. [S192] Chester St. Mary Baptisms 1831-1843 mf 98/2 & 3
  2. [S42] Census 1841 Chester Handbridge Samuel Snelson a 25, Memo: Annotation: Census 1841 Chester
    Handbridge H.O. 107/129
    /22 t.8v. Jonathan GILL 60 Y
    Hannah GILL 60 Y
    Martha PARSONAGE 20 N
  3. [S72] Census 1851 Belgrave Square, R3-883, Head Family Absent
    Margaret Sneslon Wife Mar 48 Flintshire Buckley
    William Snelson Son Unm 16 Pupil Teacher Chester City
    Elizabeth Snelson Day 12 Scholar Chester City
    Ann Meredith Visitor Unm 19 Housemaid Chester City
  4. [S5501] Census 1861 Peplow Street Hoole, William Snelson Head Un 26 Schoolmaster (certificated) Chester City
    Margaret Snelson Mother Mar 58 Moulder's Wife Flint Hawarden
    Elizabeth Snelson Sister Un 22 Dressmaker Chester City

Biography