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EDWARD FLOWERS, M Frances.  Died 1722 at Pottersbury, Co. Northants.  He had issue:   

WILLIAM FLOWERS, of Lenborough, in the Parish of Buckingham, Co. Bucks.,  M 24 April 1708  at East Claydon, Co. Bucks., Jane Hughes.  Died 1716.  He had issue:          

THOMAS FLOWERS, of Lenborough, in the Parish of Buckingham, Co. Bucks.,  Born c. 1714.  M 24 Sept. 1739 at Buckingham, Co. Bucks., Anne Warren (Bapt. 21 Feb. 1718/9 at Padbury, Co. Bucks.  Mentioned in her father’s will as “my daughter Ann [sic] Flowers” under which she received a bequest of one guinea, 4 Dec. 1745.  Mentioned in her husband’s will as “my wife Ann Flowers”, 8 Sept. 1787), d. of Christopher Warren, of Middle Claydon, Co. Bucks. & his wife Dorothy Wyatt (See WARREN).  Will dated 8 Sept. 1787 – in which he was described as “Thomas Flowers of Lenborough in the Parish of Buckingham, Co. Bucks., Dairyman” & mentioned owing a freehold house in Padbury & a leasehold house in Padbury leased from All Souls College, Oxford University.  Died 1788.  Will Proved at the Archdeaconry Court of Buckingham, 21 May 1788 & secondly at P.C.C., 30 Jan. 1833 (when probate of his estate was granted in respect of certain lands not dealt with previously to “Thomas Hearn one of the surviving executors of the will of William Flowers deceased [d 1827] whilst living the sole executor of the will of Thomas Flowers deceased [d 1823] who whilst living was the son & surviving executor of the will of the said Thomas Flowers deceased”).  He had issue:                                                                    

  1. WILLIAM, of whom we presentlyREVIEW

2. Thomas, of Barton Hartshorn, Co.Bucks.,  Born c. 1742.  M 5 Jan. 1766 at Barton Hartshorn, Co. Bucks., Ann Cooper, d. of Henry Cooper.  Mentioned in his father’s will as “my son Thomas Flowers”, 8 Sept. 1787.  Appointed joint executor of his father’s will with his brother William, 21 May 1788.  Will dated 10 Nov. 1821 – in which he was described as “Thomas Flowers of Barton Hartshorne [sic] in the County of Bucks Dairyman”.  Died 1823.  Will Proved at the Archdeaconry Court of Buckingham, 14 April 1823.  He had issue:                                                                        

1a.William, of Whitchurch, Co. Bucks.,  Bapt. 22 July 1770 at Barton Hartshorn.  Mentioned in the will of his paternal uncle William Flowers as “my nephew William Flowers of Hardwick in the County of Bucks Grazier”, 1 July 1809.  .  Mentioned in his father’s will, 10 Nov. 1821.  Mentioned in the will of his nephew William Flowers as “my late uncle Mr William Flowers” & as having owned a house in Whitchurch, 4 Sept. 1828.  Will dated 27 Nov. 1826 – in which he was described as “William Flowers of Whitchurch in the county of Bucks Gentleman” & mentioned owning lands at Padbury, a house at Whitchurch & farmland at Preston Bisset.  Died 1827.  Will Proved at P.C.C., 26 Sept. 1827   

2a.Henry, Bapt. 21 June 1771 at Barton Hartshorn.
         

3a.Thomas, of Whitchurch, & later of Padbury, Co. Bucks.,  Bapt. 6 Feb. 1774 at Barton Hartshorn.  Mentioned in his father’s will, 10 Nov. 1821.  Mentioned in the will of his brother William, 27 Nov. 1826.  Mentioned in the will of his son William as “my father Thomas Flowers”, 4 Sept. 1828.  M Jane (Mentioned in her husband’s will, 27 Nov. 1848.  Will dated 22 June 1848 – in which he was described as “Thomas Flowers late of Whitchurch in the County of Bucks but now of Padbury in the same county Gentleman”.  Died 1849.  Will Proved at P.C.C., 8 March 1849.  He had issue:                                                        Father’s willBrother’s willSon’s willWill PCC

1a.William, of Hardwick, Co. Bucks.,  Mentioned in the will of his paternal uncle William Flowers as “my nephew William Flowers son of my brother Thomas Flowers” under which he inherited his uncle’s house at Whitchurch, 27 Nov. 1826.  Will dated 4 Sept. 1828 – in which he was described as “William Flowers of Hardwick in the County of Bucks Grazier” & referred to his houses in Whitchurch “devised to me by the will of my late uncle Mr William Flowers deceased subject to the estate for life of my father Thomas Flowers”.  Will Proved at P.C.C., 8 June 1832.  He had issue:

1b.William, Mentioned in his father’s will, 4 Sept. 1828.

                   

2a.John, of Beachampton.,  Mentioned in the will of his paternal uncle William Flowers under which he inherited £1000, 27 Nov. 1826.  M ???  He had issue:                                                                                   Uncle’s will

1b.Edward, of Adstock & Great Horwood.,  Recorded as “Edward Flowers, son of John Flowers of Beachampton, farmer of lands at Adstock & Great Horwood” his lands at Adstock & Great Horwwod were released from a legacy of £1000 charged “thereon by the will of William Flowers, deceased”, 1827.

3a.Ann, M – Holland.  Mentioned in the will of her paternal uncle William Flowers as “my niece Ann Holland widow”, 27 Nov. 1826.  Mentioned in her father’s will as “Ann Holland”, 22 June 1848.

              Uncle’s willFather’s wil

4a.Elizabeth, M Samuel Watts Tarry.  Mentioned in her father’s will as “Elizabeth Tarry my daughter”, 22 June 1848.

4a.John, Bapt. 7 April 1776 at Barton Hartshorn.  .  Mentioned in his father’s will, 10 Nov. 1821.  Mentioned in the will of his brother William, 27 Nov. 1826.  M -- .  He had issue:                                                                           Father’s will,Brother’s will

1b.Thomas, Mentioned in the will of his paternal uncle William Flowers, 27 Nov. 1826.                        Uncle’s will

2b.Edward, Mentioned in the will of his paternal uncle William Flowers, 27 Nov. 1826.                                                                                   

5a.Ann, Bapt. 15 Feb. 1778 at Barton Hartshorn.  

6a.Edward Cooper, Bapt. 5 Jan. 1780 at Barton Hartshorn.  Mentioned in his father’s will, 10 Nov. 1821.  Mentioned in the will of his brother William, 27 Nov. 1826.  M -- .  He had issue:                                                             Father’s will, Brother’s will

1b.Elizabeth Mary, Mentioned in the will of her paternal uncle William Flowers, 27 Nov. 1826.                                                            Uncle’s will

7a.Elizabeth, Bapt. 10 Feb. 1782 at Barton Hartshorn.        

8a.Kitty, Bapt. 20 Oct. 1783 at Barton Hartshorn.       

9a.Robert, Bapt. 27 May 1785 at Barton Hartshorn.   

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WILLIAM FLOWERS, of Tunningham Farm, Little Preston, in the Parish of Preston Capes, Co. Northants.,  Born c. 1740.  M Lic.  M 6 Oct. 1765 at Preston Capes, Jane Lea (Born c. 1746.  Mentioned in her husband’s will, 1 July 1809.  Died 16 Aug. 1814 – recorded on her gravestone as “Jane Flowers, wife of William Flowers, who Died August 16th 1814 aged 67”.  Bur. 21 Aug. 1814 at Preston Capes.  M.I.).  Recorded as Land Tax Assessor for the Parish of Preston Capes, 1761, 1763, 1783, 1787 & 1801.  Mentioned in his father’s will as “William Flowers my son” under which he inherited a freehold house in Padbury & a leasehold house in Padbury leased from All Souls College, Oxford University, 8 Sept. 1787. Appointed joint executor of his father’s will with his brother Thomas, 21 May 1788.  Will dated 1 July 1809 – in which he was described as “William Flowers of Tunningham in the Parish of Preston Capes, Grazier” & in which he referred to owing land in Padbury, Co. Bucks, several houses which he “held of All Souls College in the City of Oxford”, 2 houses in Stoney Stratford, Co. Bucks & 2 houses in Moreton Pinkney, Co. Northants. & of which he appointed his “nephew William Flowers of Hardwick in the County of Bucks Grazier” & “my son William Flowers” & “my son John Flowers” executors.  Died 4 March 1811 – recorded on his gravestone as “William Flowers, husband of Jane Flowers, Died 4 March 1811 aged 70”.  Bur. 13 March 1811 at Preston Capes.  M.I.  Will Proved at P.C.C., 27 May 1811.  He had issue:         

1.      WILLIAM, of whom we presently REVEIW     

2.      Ann, Bapt. 19 June 1768 at Preston Capes.  M 19 April 1786 at North Marston, John Denchfield (Bapt. 2 Oct. 1765 at North Martson).  Mentioned in her father’s will under which she inherited the sum of £100 together with a 1/5 share in the income on £2000 for the term of her life, 1 July 1809.  She had issue:<!--[endif]-->

1a.Jane Denchfield, Bapt. 1 July 1786 at North Marston.

2a.John Denchfield, Bapt. 11 Dec. 1787 at North Marston.

3a.William Denchfield, Bapt. 14 June 1791 at North Marston.

4a.Mary Denchfield, Bapt. 19 Sept. 1794 at North Marston.

3. Jane, Bapt. 19 Aug. 1770 at Preston Capes.  M Lic.  M 10 Nov. 1788 at Preston Capes, Thomas Horn, of Preston Capes (Mentioned in his father-in-law’s will, 1 July 1809.  Died 9 Sept. 1824 – he was recorded on his gravestone as “Thomas Horn who departed this life September 9th 1824”.  M.I.).  Mentioned in her father’s will under which she inherited the sum of £100 together with a 1/5 share in the income on £2000 for the term of her life, 1 July 1809.  Died 20 Dec. 1809.  Bur. 24 Dec. 1809 at Preston Capes – recorded on her gravestone as “Jane Horn wife of Thomas Horn who departed this life December 20th 1809 aged 39 years”.  M.I.  She had issue:

1a.Thomas Horn, Bapt. 12 Nov. 1789 at Preston Capes.  M 16 April 1811 at Preston Capes, Sarah Stockley.

2a.John Horn, of Preston Capes.,  Bapt. 24 Oct. 1791 at Preston Capes.  M 22 April 1819 at Preston Capes, Ann Hardman.  He had issue:

1b.Jane Horn, Bapt. 7 Nov. 1819 at Preston Capes.  Died 12 May 1831.                                                                                            M.I 2b.Thomas Horn, Bapt. 14 Oct. 1821 at Preston Capes.  Died 15 May 1835.                                                                                                   M.I

3b.Rebecca Horn, Bapt. 5 Oct. 1824 at Preston Capes.

4b.Ann Horn, Bapt. 27 May 1827 at Preston Capes.

3a.William Horn, Bapt. 5 Dec. 1793 at Preston Capes.

4a.Elizabeth Horn, Bapt. 6 March 1797 at Preston Capes.

5a.Francis Horn, Bapt. 10 March 1799 at Preston Capes.

6a.Rebecca Horn, Bapt. 1 Aug. 1802 at Preston Capes.  Bur. 23 May 1822 at Preston Capes.

7a.Ann Horn, Bapt 23 Dec. 1804 at Preston Capes.

8a.Catherine Horn, Bapt. 31 May 1807 at Preston Capes.

9a.Maria Horn, Bapt. 21 Jan. 1810 at Preston Capes.

4 .Thomas, of Padbury, Co. Bucks.,  Bapt. 11 April 1773 at Preston Capes.  M Keziah Jubson on the 4th December 1809.  Mentioned in the will of his paternal uncle Robert Flowers, 4 May 1806.  Mentioned in his father’s will under which he inherited 5 acres of land in Padbury, Co. Bucks & a number of houses which he “held of All Souls College in the City of Oxford”, 1 July 1809.  He had issue:   

1a.Elizabeth, M 1857 at Padbury, her 1st cousin Joseph Ingram Flowers, of Padbury (Born 7 Aug. 1810 at North Marston & Died 1882 at Padbury) (See BELOW).

2a. Jane baptised 10th May 1811 at Padbury

3a. William baptised 27th July 1813 at Padbury

4a. Edward baptised 19th March 1820 at Padbury

5a.Thomas baptised 27th March 1822 at Padbury

6a Alfred baptised 29th May 1825 at Padbury

                                                   

5.Catherine, Bapt. 7 Sept. 1775 at Preston Capes.  M Lic. Dated 22 April 1801.  M 27 April 1801 at Preston Capes, John Marriott, of Flore, Co. Northants. Mentioned in her father’s will under which she inherited the sum of £100 together with a 1/5 share in the income on £2000 for the term of her life, 1 July 1809

6.Elizabeth, Bapt. 19 Oct. 1777 at Preston Capes.  Mentioned in her father’s will under which she inherited the sum of £100 together with a 1/5 share in the income on £2000 for the term of her life, 1 July 1809.  She had illegitimate issue by John Clifton Smith:                                         

1a.John Smith, Born 1800 at Preston Capes.

7.Edward, of Tunningham Farm, Little Preston, in the Parish of Preston Capes.,  Born 12 Sept. 1779 – as recorded in the baptismal register.  Bapt. 12 Sept. 1779 at Preston Capes.  Mentioned in his father’s will under which he inherited all his father’s “stock crop implements in husbandry in the Parish of Canons Ashby, Co. Northants & 2 houses “together with a close or orchard thereunto belonging” in Moreton Pinkney, Co. Northants, 1 July 1809.  M 1st Elizabeth (Died 3 June 1817 – recorded on her gravestone as “Elizabeth, wife of Edward Flowers, who departed this life June 3rd 1817 aged 27 years).  M 2nd 19 Oct. 1818 at Maidford, Co. Northants., Elizabeth Hudson Stilgoe (Died 17 Sept. 1826 – recorded on her gravestone as “aged 26”.  M.I.).  M 3rd Charlotte Linnell (Died 9 June 1870 – recorded on her gravestone as “aged 59”.  M.I.).  He was Steward to Sir Henry Dryden.  Churchwarden of Preston Capes, 1823-4, 1824-5, 1836-40 & 1860-2.  Land Tax Assessor for Preston Capes, 1827 & 1828.  He & his son Edward were assaulted by a gang on the Maidford Road & robbed of 42 sovereigns, 22 April 1850.  Will dated 9 July 1875.  Died 20 Aug. 1875.  Bur. 24 Aug. 1875 – recorded on his gravestone as “Edward Flowers, Born Sept. 12th 1779 & Died Aug. 20th 1875”.  M.I.  Will Proved at Northampton Probate Registry, 24 Jan. 1876.  He had issue:          PR, Father’s will; MI; Will Northants

1a.Elizabeth Hudson, Bapt. 21 Dec. 1819 at Preston Capes.  Mentioned in her father’s will, 9 July 1875.                          

2a.John, of Preston Capes.,  Born 1820.  M 13 Oct. 1840 at Preston Capes, his 1st cousin Elizabeth Hudson Flowers, d. of John Flowers, of Preston Capes & his wife Elizabeth Murcott (See BELOW).  He had issue:              PR

1b.William, Bapt. 28 Aug. 1842 at Preston Capes.  M Ann Mann.  He had issue:

1c.John Henry Wilson Still, Born 1877.  M Mary Ann Elizabeth Longley.  Died 1954.  He had issue:

1d.William, Born 1907.  M 1927 Ivy Florence Courtnage.  Died 1967.  He had issue:

1e.Leonard Arthur, Born 1934.  M 1959 Gisela Pillan.  Died 1994.  He has issue:

1f.Alan William, of Germany.,  Born 15 April 1962.

3a.Edward, of Preston Capes.,  Bapt. 23 July 1821 at Preston Capes.  M 16 Oct. 1856 at Preston Capes, Ellen Greves.  Died 20 May 1875 – recorded on his gravestone as “aged 54”.  M.I.  He had issue:                                PR; MI

1b.Eleanor, Born 1857 at Alveston, Co. Warw.

2b.Alexandra, Born 1861 at Byfield.

                                               3b.Edward, Born 1865 at Byfield.

4b.Norman, Born 1869 at Byfield.

4a.William Benedict (Rev.), B.A., Bapt. 23 March 1829 at Preston Capes.  Recorded as “William Benedict Flowers, son of Edward Flowers, Preston Capes” he was admitted a pensioner at St. John’s College, Cambridge University, 22 June 1848.  Matriculated at Michelmas, 1848.  Graduated B.A., 1852.  Curate of St. James’s Church, Wednesbury, Co. Sta

5a.Charlotte Anne, Born 1842.  Mentioned in her father’s will, 9 July 1875.                                                                            

8. James, Bapt. 29 Aug. 1782 at Preston Capes.  Mentioned in his father’s will under which he received an annuity of £20 per annum “sufficient for his comfortable support & maintenance, 1 July 1809.  Died Dec. 1810.  Bur. 2 Jan. 1810 at Preston Capes – recorded on his gravestone as “James son of Will & Jane Flowers departed this life Dec. 1809 aged 28 years”.  M.I.                                                

9 Mary, Bapt. 19 Sept. 1784 at Preston Capes.  M 21 April 1808 at Padbury, Co. Bucks., Richard Read, of Calverton, Co. Bucks.  Mentioned in her father’s will under which she inherited the sum of £100 together with a 1/5 share in the income on £2000 for the term of her life, 1 July 1809.                                                    

10. John, Bapt. 17 Oct. 1787 at Preston Capes.  Mentioned in his father’s will under which he inherited 5 acres of land in Padbury & a house at Stoney Stratford, Co. Bucks. & was appointed Joint Executor, 1 July 1809.  M 23 Nov. 1809 at Preston Capes, Elizabeth Murcott.  Land tax Assessor of Preston Capes, 1812 & 1813.  Churchwarden of Preston Capes, 1842-3.  He had issue:                    PR;Father’s will

1a.George, of Home Farm, Little Preston, in the Parish of Preston Capes.,  Bapt. 5 May 1811 at Preston Capes.  M Lic.  M 1846 at Eydon, Co. Northants., Mary Ann Walton Manning (Died 25 June 1895 at Preston Capes).  Will dated 13 July 1882.  Died 16 Jan. 1883.  Bur. 20 Jan. 1883 at Preston Capes – recorded on his gravestone as “George Flowers who Died January 16th 1883 aged 73 years”.  M.I.  Will Proved at Northampton, 15 Feb. 1883.  He had issue:                                                                                

1b.George, of Home Farm, Little Preston, in the Parish of Preston Capes.,  Bapt. 26 March 1855 at Preston Capes.  M 11 Nov. 1878 at Preston Capes, Maria Rayson.  Died 2 July 1885.  Bur. 7 July 1885 – recorded on his gravestone as “George Flowers who died July 2nd 1885 aged 30 years”.  M.I.  He had issue:                  

1c.Miriam, Born 21 Nov. 1878 at Preston Capes.  Died 16 Jan. 1961 at Daventry Hospital.  Bur. 20 Jan. 1961 at Preston Capes.

2c.George, of Home Farm, Little Preston, in the Parish of Preston Capes.,  Born 16 April 1880 at Preston Capes.  M Lily Gertrude.  Died 1960.  Bur. 2 April 1960 at Preston Capes.  He had issue:                                                                         PR

1d.George, of Home Farm, Little Preston, in the Parish of Preston Capes.,  Born 6 Aug. 1911.  Farmer of 150 acres.  Died 1999.  Bur. 28 Sept. 1999 at Preston Capes.

2d.Ronald Montague, Born 25 May 1913.

3c.Mary Ann, Bapt. 4 June 1882 at Preston Capes.

4c.William Rayson, Bapt. 2 June 1883 at Preston Capes.  Died 30 June 1883 – recorded on his gravestone as “aged 4 months”.                                           

5c.William, Born 31 April 1885 at Preston Capes.

2a.Jane, Bapt. 26 April 1814 at Preston Capes.  M 19 Jan. 1841 at Preston Capes, Charles Edwards, of Drayton, Co. Oxford.

3a.Ann, Bapt. 29 Oct. 1812 at Preston Capes.

4a.Joseph, Born 1823 at Chesterton, Co. Oxford.           

5a.Elizabeth Hudson, Born 1819 at Chesterton.  M 13 Oct. 1840 at Preston Capes, her 1st cousin John Flowers (See ABOVE).

6a.Catherine, M 22 April 1841 at Preston Capes, Thomas Smith, “Carpenter”, of Roade, Co. Northants.

7a.Stephen, Born 1829.  Bapt. 22 May 1831 at Chesterton.

8a. John baptised 14 May 1833 at Quainton

9a. William baptised 30 Nov. 1834 at Quainton

10a. Eliza baptised 6 Sept 1826  at Quainton  M. Newton EARL in Waddesdon on 18 Dec 1862                                         

11.Christopher, Bapt. 17 March 1789 at Preston Capes.  Died 30 April 1792.  Bur. 6 May 1792 at Preston Capes – recorded on his gravestone as “Christopher Flowers, son of Will & Jane Flowers, departed this life April 30th 1792 aged  3yrs

WILLIAM FLOWERS, of North Marston, Co. Bucks.,  Bapt. 31 Dec. 1765 at Preston Capes.  M 20 Sept. 1791 at St. Marylebone, London, Sarah Brooks (At her marriage she was recorded in the marriage register as being “underage” & as the daughter of John Brooks.  Mentioned in the will of her son John Brooks Flowers under which she received an annuity of £25, 27 July 1846.  Died 1856 at Winslow, Co. Bucks.), d. of John Brooks.  At his marriage he was recorded in the marriage register as “William Flowers of North Marston, Co. Bucks.”  Mentioned in the will of his paternal uncle Robert Flowers, 4 May 1806.  Mentioned in his father’s will under which he inherited a house & 16 acres of land in Padbury, Co. Bucks & the sum of £100 & was appointed Joint Executor, 1 July 1809.  Mentioned in the will of his son John Brooks Flowers under which he received an annuity of £25, 27 July 1846.  “Dairy Farmer”.  Died 1848 at Winslow, Co. Bucks.  He had issue

 1.      William, of North Marston, Co. Bucks.,  Born 3 Sept. 1792.  Bapt. 5 Sept. 1792 at North Marston.  M 1816 Eliza Stevens, (Born c1811) of Whitchurch, Co. Bucks.  Mentioned in the 1841 Census – Eliza aged 30, wife of William  Died 6 April 1862 at Blackgrove Farm, North Marston.  He had issue:

            1a Eliza Born c 1830 Recorded as aged 11 in 1841 Census

2a Jane Matilda Stevens  Born 27 Nov 1831 Recorded as aged 9 in 1841 Census

3a .Joseph Ingram Stevens, (SEE PAGE 13)

4a Edward Warwick Born 4 March 1835; Baptised 28 June 1837, Waddesdon Recorded as being aged 6 in the 1841 Census

5a Arthur Born 16 Feb 1837; Baptised 28 June 1837, Waddesdon  Recorded as being aged 4 in the 1841 Census

6a Fredrick   Born c 1839 Recorded as being aged 2 in the 1841

[NOTE: 1841 Census records them of Blackgrove Farm, Quainton – in the District of Aylesbury – the boundary, however, borders on the farm so census records will record them under Quainton, Aylesbury and Parish Records will show them under Waddesdon or Padbury]

 http://lanchbury.id.au/genealogy/waddesdon1841.html [look under Blackgrove]

2 .Sarah, Born 29 Oct. 1793.  Bapt. 6 Nov. 1793 at North Marston.  M 1815 at North Marston, Joseph Neal, Licensee of the Bell Inn, Winslow (M 2nd Rosetta Joan Flowers, sister of his late wife Sarah.  He Died 1842).  Died 15 Oct. 1823 at Winslow, in childbirth.  She had issue:                                                                                        PR

1a.William Neal, He was licensee of the Bell Inn, Winslow after his step mother & aunt Rosetta.

3. Susanna, Born 26 Nov. 1794.  Bapt. 3 Jan. 1795 at North Marston.  M 1st  William Payne in 1812.  M 2nd Thomas Purcell.                                  

4. John Brooks, of Pimlico, London.,  Born 17 June 1796.  Bapt. 22 June 1796 at North Marston.  M 1st  1827 Elizabeth Whithill.  M 2nd  Harriet Berry (Born 1811.  She was mentioned in her husband’s will, 27 July 1846.  She was recorded as an “Annuitant”, as “aged 70”, as having been born at Twickenham, Middlesex & as living at 24 Silchester Terrace, Middlesex with her children Clara, John & George, 1881 Census).  Will dated 27 July 1846 – in which he was described as “John Brooks Flowers of the Prince of Wales Public House, Elizabeth Street, Pimlico, Victualler” & mentioned his parents “William & Sarah Flowers”.  Died 2 Aug. 1846 at Pimlico, London.  Will Proved at P.C.C., 12 Aug. 1846.  He had issue by his 2nd wife before their marriage:                                                                       PR;Will PCC;1881 Census

1a.Clara Berry, She was mentioned in her father’s will with her brother as “ Clara Berry & Edwin Berry my two illegitimate children by my wife Harriet Flowers before my marriage with her”, 27 July 1846.  She was recorded as a “Dressmaker”, as “aged 46”, as having been born at Marylebone & as living at 24 Silchester Terrace, Middlesex with her mother & brothers John & George, 1881 Census.                                                            Father’s will;1881 Census

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