Person:Charles Barker (20)

Charles Frederick Barker
b.30 November 1836 Stepney, Middlesex, England
m. 3 February 1836
  1. Charles Frederick Barker1836 - 1887
  2. Elizabeth Barker1838 - before 1841
  3. Thomas Henry Barker1841 - 1917
  4. Joseph Bolton Barker1844 -
m. 22 April 1869
  1. Hilda Blanche Barker1873 -
  2. Charles Frederick Fearon Barker1878 -
m. 6 May 1879
  1. Charles Lisle Strangways Barker1880 - 1929
  2. Charles Gordon Cooper Barker1882 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] Charles Frederick Barker
Gender Male
Birth[1] 30 November 1836 Stepney, Middlesex, England
Baptism[2] 3 October 1837 Stepney, Middlesex, EnglandSt. Dunstans
Occupation[3] 22 April 1869 Everton, Lancashire, EnglandFull Mariner
Marriage 22 April 1869 Everton, Lancashire, EnglandSt Augustine
to Isabella Fearon
Occupation[1] 1871 Liverpool, Lancashire, EnglandMariner
Marriage 6 May 1879 Monk-Wearmouth, Durham, Englandto Barbara Lisle Charlton
Occupation[4] 3 April 1881 Sunderland, Durham, EnglandMaster Mariner
Residence[4] 3 April 1881 Sunderland, Durham, England47 Millum Terrace, Monkwearmouth
Death? 22 December 1887 Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Burial[1] 25 December 1887 Liverpool, Lancashire, EnglandAnfield Cemetery
Vital Records

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Charles was an apprentice seaman, on his first voyage, on the Ranee in 1853 on the England-India route; his father was the Master but died at sea on that same voyage. He was a Master himself by 1868, of the Scotia on the US trade route, and then the Australasian (US again). He was examined in London for his Masters Certificate of Competency in 1867, but by 1871 he is no longer listed in Lloyds Captains Registers so probably had left the sea by then. (S6)

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Paget Family website.
  2. Batch 1048325-7, source film 597604, in Liverpool records office.
  3. Marriages 1867-1873 (Lancashire).

    P. 76, entry 151 (LDS film 1656014)

  4. 4.0 4.1 1881 England Census.

    RG11; Piece 5008; Folio 69; P.22

  5.   England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966.
  6.   Lloyds Captains Registers, 1869, Guildhall Library, London.
  7.   1888 - Personal Estate (pounds)20
    10 May: the will of Charles Frederick Barker formerly of Greenhead in the County of Northumberland but late of Kenilworth Street, Bootle-cum-Linacre in the County of Lancaster who died 22 December 1887 at Kenilworth Street was proved at Liverpool by Barbara Lisle Barker of 18 the Royalty Sunderland in the County of Durham Widow the sole executrix.