DOLBY, William
(Cir 1806-1874)
HARMSTON, Amy
(Cir 1817-1881)
LANGRIDGE, James
(-)
STREATFIELD, Elizabeth
(Cir 1820-)
DOLBY, George
(1844-1891)
STREATFIELD, Ellen
(1845-1921)

DOLBY, Rose Hannah
(1869-1930)

 

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Spouses/Children:
BURTON, James Richards

DOLBY, Rose Hannah

  • Born: 19 Sep 1869, Croydon, Surrey, UK
  • Marriage: BURTON, James Richards on 5 Jul 1893 in St Paul's Church , Marylebone, London
  • Died: 4 Oct 1930, Wyville, Lincolnshire at age 61
  • Buried: 7 Oct 1930, St Catherine's Churchyard Wyville, Lincolnshire
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bullet  General Notes:





Birth
The birth certificate of Rose Hannah states she was born at 1 Napier Road, Croydon
on 19 September 1869 and the biorth registered on 20 October 1869.

Note
Some details and the notes below are courtesy of Kevin Parker.
"They lived at Southwick Mews, London, where James was a Hanson Cab driver until they moved to Wyville Lincolnshire in about 1907. At Wyville they ran a farm.
Rose Hannah died in October 1930, aged 61 and is buried in Wyville Churchyard. There is no headstone.
(Ref: St Catherine's House, Deaths, Grantham, Oct - Dec 1930 Vol 7a 472)"

James Richards died in January 1948, aged 76 while staying with his daughter Ellen at "Brookside", 38 Chestnut Avenue, Oulton Broad. He was buried in the churchyard at St Michael's Church, Oulton Road, on the 17th January 1948. There is no headstone. (Ref: St Catherines House, Deaths, Lothingland A-F, March 1948 Vol 4b 835)"

Obituary
The obituary below appeared in an unknown publication on a date not known.
CW 23.01.05
" Wyville
Obituary - The village has sustained a great loss in the passing of a very respected person Mrs. J. Burton of Hill Top Farm, who entered into rest after a long and painful illness bourn with much patience and cheerfulness. Not only everyone in the village but far and near are mourning her loss, and much sympathy goes out to her husband, sons, and daughters. Her great motherly heart embraced all who came into contact with her, and all for miles round feel that they indeed have lost a "mother". For over 20 years it had been her delight to think and do her utmost for others. In sickness and sorrow her kindly presence was always where it was most needed. The children revered her as did the fathers and mothers. Her home was ever a haven of rest and refreshment. No stranger ever entered the village but was soon aware what a valuable friend and helper she was to them at all times. Even through her long illness her thought was ever for others. It was fitting that she should be laid to rest in this beautiful little village amongst the hills where she had been honoured for many years. The Church was filled to it's utmost capacity with relatives and others. It. The wreaths which numbered over forty were very beautiful."


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Rose married James Richards BURTON, son of Thomas BURTON and Emma RICHARDS, on 5 Jul 1893 in St Paul's Church , Marylebone, London. (James Richards BURTON was born on 12 Jan 1872 in Grantham, Lincolnshire, England, died in Jan 1948 in Oulton Broad, Suffolk, UK and was buried on 17 Jan 1948 in St Michael's Church, Oulton Broad.)


bullet  Marriage Notes:


Marriage Certificate
The marriage of James Richards Burton, 21 years, Batchelor, "Gentleman's Servant" of 38 Broadley Terrace, London to Rose Hannah Burton, 23 years, Spinster, "Domestic Servant" of 3 Wilton Crescent, London was celebrated at the Church of St Paul in the parish of Marylebone (by Licence) by Rev. E. A. Michules on 5 July 1893. Their fathers were Thomas Burton, "Gentlemans Servant" and George Dolby "Railway ?". The marriage was witnessed by Frederick Smith and Ann Jane Smith.
(Ref: St Catherine's House , Marriages, Marylebone, Jul - Sep 1893, Vol 1a 1257)

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