Thomas Richard RobertsAge: 7318411915

Name
Thomas Richard Roberts
Given names
Thomas Richard
Surname
Roberts
Birth 19 September 1841 31 31
Residence 1841
Birth of a brotherHenry Roberts
calculated 1846 (Age 4)
Death of a fatherJames Roberts
between June 1841 and April 1851

Death of a sisterMaria Roberts
1851 (Age 9)

Occupation
Scholar
1851 (Age 9)
Death of a motherAnn Jane Furnis(?)
after 1851 (Age 9)

Occupation
Butcher's Servant
1861 (Age 19)
MarriageLouisa Matilda BishopView family
4 September 1865 (Age 23)
Shared note: The church of St. Mary was built to the design of John Nash in 1822-6 and was destroyed in the 2nd World War.
Occupation
Milkman
1865 (Age 23)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Lavinia Adelaide Roberts
30 May 1866 (Age 24)
Occupation
Butchers Assistant
1866 (Age 24)
Birth of a son
#2
Thomas Richard J Roberts
October 1867 (Age 26)
Birth of a son
#3
William Henry Roberts
January 1869 (Age 27)
Birth of a son
#4
Robert Roberts
July 1871 (Age 29)
Occupation
Carman (Servant)
1871 (Age 29)
Note: Berner Street and is now called Henriques Street. It is a small street off Commercial Road not far …
RobertsBernerStreet1888.jpg
RobertsBernerStreet1888.jpg

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Birth of a daughter
#5
Louisa Matilda Roberts
calculated 1873 (Age 31)
Occupation
Labourer
1881 (Age 39)
Note: Island Row is off Limehouse and backs onto Limehouse Basin (Regent's Canal Docks). This 1882 map sh…
Marriage of a childWilliam James HubertLavinia Adelaide RobertsView family
15 September 1887 (Age 45)
Occupation
Fishmonger
September 1887 (Age 45)

Occupation
Fishmonger
1891 (Age 49)
Marriage of a childRobert RobertsLucy View family
about 1894 (Age 52)

Occupation
Carman & Contractor (own account)
1901 (Age 59)
Occupation
Fish Hawker
1911 (Age 69)
Death 9 March 1915 (Age 73)
Family with parents - View family
father
mother
 
Marriage: about 1832
2 years
elder brother
4 years
elder sister
2 years
elder brother
2 years
elder sister
3 years
elder sister
21 months
5 years
younger brother
Family with Louisa Matilda Bishop - View family
wife
 
Marriage: 4 September 1865St Mary Haggerston, Haggerston Rd, Shoreditch
9 months
daughter
17 months
son
16 months
son
3 years
son
3 years
daughter

Birth

ORDERED CERTIFICATE 13/10/6

Marriage

The church of St. Mary was built to the design of John Nash in 1822-6 and was destroyed in the 2nd World War.

Occupation

Berner Street and is now called Henriques Street. It is a small street off Commercial Road not far from Whitechapel station. At 1am on 30th September 1888 the body of Elizabeth Stride was found in the street - she was a victim of Jack the Ripper. The has changed completely but this photo shows it as it was in 1888.

(FROM WIKIPAEDIA:«b» St George in the East«/b» is one of six Hawksmoor churches in London, UK , built from 1714 to 1729, with funding from the 1711 Act of Parliament . The name of the church was was also the parish for the surrounding area, until subsumed into Stepney (and later Tower Hamlets ). The church was hit by a bomb in during the Second World war Blitz on London's docklands in May 1941. The original interior was destroyed by the fire, but the walls and distinctive "pepper-pot" towers stayed up. In 1964 a modern church interior was constructed inside the existing walls, and a new flat built under each corner tower. The church still stands, and has an active congegration. Plans have been drawn up to develop the crypt into a performance venue. It is located on Cannon Street Road , between The Highway and Cable Street , in the East End of London. Behind the church lies St George's Gardens, the original cemetery, which was passed to Stepney Council to maintain as a public park in mid-Victorian times. In 1836, the parish of St George in the East was constituted as a Poor Law parish under the Poor Law Amendment Act 1834. It appeared in the 1980 film «i»The Long Good Friday «/i».)

Occupation

Island Row is off Limehouse and backs onto Limehouse Basin (Regent's Canal Docks). This 1882 map shows the area with Island Row about where the "i" of Limehouse is.

ResidenceWhitechapel (Greenwood 1827)Whitechapel (Greenwood 1827)
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